By Edgar Allan Poe
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Gymnastic: (n) gymnastics, athletics, physical education; (adj) acrobatic, gymnical; (v) palestric, herculean. indulged: (adj) pet, privileged, cherished, admired. madman: (n) bedlamite, maniac, crazy, loony, nut, madcap, looney, loco, sufferer, raver, nutcase. perceiving: (n) feeling, sensing, hearing, looking at, recognition, thought, vision, lipreading; (adj) conscious, percipient, reasonable. renounce: (v) abandon, abdicate, abjure, relinquish, desert, reject, give up, disown, deny, quit, forgo.
Gasping: (adj) panting, winded, blown, indisputable: (adj) incontestable, out of breath, thirsty, pursy; (v) incontrovertible, sure, irrefutable, spavined, touched in the wind. undeniable, firm, absolute, positive, gouge: (v) swindle, deceive, beguile, decided, obvious, unmistakable. ANTONYMS: (adj) dubious, fleece, dig, scoop, extort, defraud, cut; (n, v) groove, dent. doubtful, questionable, disputable, humor: (n, v) caprice, freak, humour; equivocal, debatable, imitation, (n) temper, mood, disposition, wit; tenuous, weak.
Clattering: (n) crash; (adj) clattery. impetuosity: (n) eagerness, haste, heat, violence, vehemence, impulsiveness, impetuousness, excitability, temerity, precipitation, fervency. ANTONYMS: (n) deliberation, patience, consideration, carefulness. lacerated: (adj) torn, blasted, mangled, hurt; (adj, prep) rent. malignity: (n) malevolence, malignance, venom, animosity, (adj) normal. enmity, hatred, evil, rancor, spite, malignancy, hate. ANTONYM: (n) tempestuous: (adj, n) rough, boisterous, severe; (adj) raging, benignity.