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1. Pick the correct Synonym :
Grandiose

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Synonyms Dictionary

2. tentative, unsure, provisional; dependent, contingent.
3. perplexing, confusing, thorny, knotty, involved, intricate, tricky, many-faceted. ignite, v. 1. set on fire, light, Inf. put the match to, illuminate, kindle, enkindle; set fire to, conflagrate, inflame, touch off; fire, burn, blow up; relight, rekindle, relume, relumine; Both Chem. heat intensely, roast.
2. catch fire, take fire, conflagrate, flare up, fire up, blaze, flame, glow, smolder, incandesce. ignoble,
adj. 1. mean, petty, small, shabby; base, vile, low, low-down; degraded, debased, abased, disgraceful, shameful; dishonorable, ignominious, infamous; contemptible, despicable, abject, paltry, deplorable; execrable, detestable, abominable, abhorrent; scurvy, rotten, SI. cruddy, Inf lousy; vulgar, indecent, crude, coarse, boorish, loutish, obnoxious; depraved, gross, bad; sneaky, dastardly, weaselly, wormy.
2. inferior, substandard, below par, not measuring up; worthless, no good,
SI. n.g., bastardly; sleazy, Inf. junky, Inf. crummy, SI. crappy.
3. lowborn, untitled, baseborn, of humble birth; proletarian, lowly, humble, plebeian; peasant, rude, uncouth, crude; common,
U.S. rednecked, sorry, scrubby. ignominious, adj. 1. shameful, contemptible, disreputable, disgraceful, despicable, dishonorable; scandalous, outrageous, wicked, abominable, heinous, atrocious; discreditable, ignoble, inglorious; unworthy, indecorous, undignified, Latin, infra dignitatum, infra dig.
2. hateful, vile, scurvy, disgusting, offensive, revolting; shabby, mean, paltry, dirty, scrubby; base, low, abject, humiliating, degrading, mortifying. ignominy,
n. 1. dishonor, disgrace, shame, disrepute, discredit, disfavor, ill repute; obloquy, opprobrium, infamy, disapprobation; odium, stain, blot, stigma, brand, badge of infamy; debasement, degradation, abjection.
2. wickedness, improbity, villainy, base conduct, depravity, degeneracy, turpitude, derogation; dishonesty, bad faith, fraudulence, double-dealing, deception; infidelity, betrayal, disloyalty, faithlessness, treachery, perfidy; foul play, roguery, knavery, rascality. ignoramus,
n. fool, blockhead, bonehead, lowbrow, dumbbell, dunce, Inf. numskull; simpleton, dolt, dullard, scatterbrain, featherbrain, novice, greenhorn, plebe, beginner, amateur, dabbler; bungler, blunderer, fumbler, Inf. duffer. ignorance, n. unawareness, unenlightenment, unconsciousness, benightedness, darkness, blindness, nescience, want or lack of knowledge; illiteracy, illiterateness, lack of education or learning; innocence, simplicity, inexperience, greenness; bewilderment, perplexity, confusion; denseness, thickness, stolidness, dumbness, stupidity, empty-headedness. ignorant, adj. 1. illiterate, unlettered, uneducated, uninstructed, untaught, unschooled, untutored, unlearned; green, wide-eyed, innocent, inexperienced.
2. unaware, unacquainted, unconversant, unapprised, uninformed, uninitiated, unenlightened, unread; unconscious, blind, unwitting, unknowing; benighted, nescient, in the dark, knowing nothing,
SI. out of it.
3. uncultivated, rude, crude; superficial, shallow, sciolistic, unscholarly, half-baked,
SI. half-assed; dense, obtuse, thick, slow, empty-headed, Inf. dumb.

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