Thesaurus for the WOD

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Thesaurus for Vacillate
vacillate
– verb
go back and forth
Synonyms: alternate, be indecisive, be irresolute, change, change mind, dither, fence-straddle, fluctuate, hedge, hem and haw, hesitate, hover, oscillate, pause, pussyfoot around, reel, rock, run hot and cold, seesaw, shilly-shally, stagger, straddle, sway, swing, waffle, waver, whiffle, yo-yo
Antonyms: remain, stay

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Thesaurus for the Word of the Day

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Thesaurus for Precocious
precocious
– adjective
exceptionally smart, ahead of age in understanding
Synonyms: advanced, aggressive, ahead of time, beforehand, bold, brassy, bright, cheeky, cocky, developed, early, flip, flippant, forward, fresh, intelligent, mature, nervy, premature, presumptuous, pushy, quick, sassy, smart-alecky
Antonyms: stupid

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insouciant
– adjective
easygoing, casual
Synonyms: airy, breezy, buoyant, carefree, careless, free and easy, gay, happy-go-lucky, heedless, jaunty, lighthearted, nonchalant, sunny, thoughtless, unconcerned, untroubled, unworried
Antonyms: anxious, high-strung, nervous

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auspicious
– adjective
encouraging; favorable
Synonyms: advantageous, bright, favorable, felicitous, fortunate, golden, halcyon, happy, hopeful, lucky, opportune, promising, propitious, prosperous, rosy, timely, well-timed
Antonyms: inauspicious, inopportune, ominous, unfortunate, unhappy, unlucky

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