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Suggest opposites for these words, and illustrate them with example sentences.

Q. Suggest words and phrases that are opposite in meaning to each of the words below (e.g. happy→unhappy, sad, down in the mouth etc.), and illustrate each opposite with a sentence.

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Spell. Stand. Recommend. Famous. Attack. Contented. Teach. Pleased. Believe. Except. Distinguished. Eventually. Sour. National. Night. Already. Appoint. Hinder. Continue. Material. Enormous. Important. Go. Winner. Succeed. Secret. Refuse. Few. Abundant. Active. Discreet. Conceal. Spendthrift. Praise. Suitable. Usual. Consent. Tame. Perfect. Hatred. Lovely. With. Towards. Behind. Sufficient. Mend. Restless. Satisfied. Happy. Enough. Clear. Lavish. Sour. Right. Content. True. Meet. Insult. Coarse. Joy. Learn. Able. Shut. Weak. Close. Whole. Doubt. Nothing. Overlook. Clumsy. Useful. Female. Damaged. Deserved. Simple. Nimble. Run. Defensible. Persuade. Expensive. Ugly. Poor. Temporary. Successful. Surrender. Gratitude. Rise. Begin. Ascend. Deep. Defeated. Pleasant. Come. Forget. Comfortable. Fasten. Grateful. Omit. Hit. Worthy. Over. Sly. Appear. Create. Find. Dark. Allow. Mean. Regard. Credit. Assist. Best. Great. Cover. Harmony. Dry. Quiet. Induce. Tiny. Approximate. Better. Original. Sharp. Tactful. Understand. Faithful. Sink. Guilty. Hard. Question. Yield. Build. Constant. Love. Deceive. Notice. Dissuade. Easy. Bind. Most. Frank. Upper. Last. Agree. Mysterious. Early. Private. Enable. Desperate. Wide. Earlier. Later. Generous. Honour. Colour. Splendid. Include. Blow. Full. Fresh. Division. Fierce. Silent. Harsh. Ancient. Kind. Reward. Popular. Pure. Empty. Infamous. Harsh. Pull. Slow. Short. Capable. Arrange. Reject. Advance. Wealth. Cramped. Serve. High. Light. Abstract. Appealing. Comfort. Blind. Insubordination. Annoy. Noisy. Keep. Fortunate. Promptly. Written. Delicious. Achieve. Possible. Thorough. Attentive. First. Destination. Limited. Mischief. Disappointed. Problem. Bring. Height. Neglect. Divide. Odd. Final. Late. Increase. Hero. Prevent. Doubtful. Catch. Defence. Sober. Give. Trust. Enemy. Courage. Significant. Excited. Encourage. Shallow. Exact. Unite. End. Teacher. Swift. Wild. Lavish. Painful. Brief. Tighten. Prove. Victory. Next. Confidence. Wet. Remember. Delight. Fine. Large. Esteem. Work. Expose. Loyal. Difficult. Triumph. Unity. Soft. After. Accuse. Refined. Worst. Normal. Necessary. Know. Cheer. Depth. Progress.
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Make opposites from these words using prefixes, like lucky → unlucky.

Q. Add negative prefixes to these words (e.g. lucky → unlucky).

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Continue. Colour. Suitable. Faithful. Damaged. Include. Loyal. Necessary. Clear. Perfect. Possible. Expensive. Fortunate. True. Able. Comfortable. Arrange. Encourage. Regard. Discreet. Active. Persuade. Fasten. Defeated. Ascend. Significant. Popular. Original. Gratitude. Content. Capable. Pleasant. Appealing. Deserved. Prove. Unity. Successful. Easy. Normal. Increase. Spell. Appear. Satisfied. Refined. Trust. Agree. Exact. Allow. Usual. Limited. Material. Believe. Pleased. Attentive. Important. Happy. Cover. Honour. Contented. Grateful. Sufficient. Harmony. Lovely. Comfort. Defensible. Written. Understand. Constant. Deceive. Generous. Kind. Worthy. Pure.

The title of this exercise, ‘Undishcovery’, is taken from The White Queen’s Riddle by Lewis Carroll.

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