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Ms. Snyder’s Class
 Something    that is funny in a smart way Synonyms: funny, amusing, humorous,  whimsical Antonyms: unfunny, serious, d...
 Something   that stands for an idea other than  itself Synonyms: indicative, representative,  emblematic, illustrative...
 Something    that suddenly starts to show up in  many places Synonyms: flare-up, rash, onset, epidemic Here it is in a...
 Where  you live or where you are staying Synonyms: live in, abide, dwell, inhabit,  occupy Antonyms: leave, move, depa...
 People  are having fun and laughing Synonyms: fun, enjoyment, mirth, joviality Antonyms: sadness, depression, misery, ...
 To enter a place rudely or violently Synonyms: burst in, trespass, infiltrate,  encroach, crash Antonyms: leave, retre...
 The way you walk, usually long steps when  you’re walking or running Synonyms: step, gait, tread, pace Here it is in a...
 Someone    who lets their shoulders and head  droop down in a way that doesn’t look good. Synonyms: slump, lean, sag, s...
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  1. 1. Ms. Snyder’s Class
  2. 2.  Something that is funny in a smart way Synonyms: funny, amusing, humorous, whimsical Antonyms: unfunny, serious, dull, humorless, solemn Here it is in a sentence:Vikki thought the picture of the dog getting its hair done was very droll.
  3. 3.  Something that stands for an idea other than itself Synonyms: indicative, representative, emblematic, illustrative Antonyms: nonsymbolic, nonrepresentative Here it is in a sentence: The pictures symbolically show things that are not allowed on trains.
  4. 4.  Something that suddenly starts to show up in many places Synonyms: flare-up, rash, onset, epidemic Here it is in a sentence:One way to protect yourself during a flu outbreak is to wear a mask over your nose and mouth.
  5. 5.  Where you live or where you are staying Synonyms: live in, abide, dwell, inhabit, occupy Antonyms: leave, move, depart, vacate Here it is in a sentence:Elf and Hambone reside in a fancy, new doghouse.
  6. 6.  People are having fun and laughing Synonyms: fun, enjoyment, mirth, joviality Antonyms: sadness, depression, misery, melancholy Here it is in a sentence:There was a lot of merriment when the Garland family went skating.
  7. 7.  To enter a place rudely or violently Synonyms: burst in, trespass, infiltrate, encroach, crash Antonyms: leave, retreat, withdraw, vacate Here it is in a sentence:The bear invaded the campsite, looking for food.
  8. 8.  The way you walk, usually long steps when you’re walking or running Synonyms: step, gait, tread, pace Here it is in a sentence:Catalina takes long strides when she walks for exercise.
  9. 9.  Someone who lets their shoulders and head droop down in a way that doesn’t look good. Synonyms: slump, lean, sag, stoop Antonyms: sit up, stand straight, straighten Here it is in a sentence:Ryan slouches when he sits, especially when he is bored.
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