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The annoyed kid had an acrimonious reply when asked to clean his room.
Antonym~ pleasant

In the newspaper article, the cruel senator cast aspersions on his political rival.
Antonym~ approval

Most public schools strongly agree to censure any bias toward religious holidays.
Antonym~ agreement

The famous artist critiqued his students work because there was a lack of expression.
Antonym~ applause

The journalist defamed the popular celebrity because of his recent arrest.
Antonym~ flatter; honor

The murderer was derided by the police officer when he pleaded guilty on his sixth arrest.
Antonym~ admire

The devious politician impeached the motives of his running opponent, claiming they were false.
Antonym~ exonerate

Are you making an innuendo that I'm carless?
Antonym~ evidence

The soda addict remonstrated with the school to have the vending machines placed back.
Antonym~ approve

The makeup artist upbraided his apprentice for failing to make the actor look the role for his movie.
Antonym~ compliment

The annoyed kid had an acrimonious reply when asked to clean his room.
Antonym~ pleasant

In the newspaper article, the cruel senator cast aspersions on his political rival.
Antonym~ approval

Most public schools strongly agree to censure any bias toward religious holidays.
Antonym~ agreement

The famous artist critiqued his students work because there was a lack of expression.
Antonym~ applause

The journalist defamed the popular celebrity because of his recent arrest.
Antonym~ flatter; honor

The murderer was derided by the police officer when he pleaded guilty on his sixth arrest.
Antonym~ admire

The devious politician impeached the motives of his running opponent, claiming they were false.
Antonym~ exonerate

Are you making an innuendo that I'm carless?
Antonym~ evidence

The soda addict remonstrated with the school to have the vending machines placed back.
Antonym~ approve

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