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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119852: Antonyms
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    1. I wasn't ANGRY at what she said. In fact, I was quite .

    2. I don't AGREE with you. In fact, I totally with you.

    3. I'm not a PESSIMIST. In fact, I'm really quite an .

    4. There has been no INCREASE in crimes of violence over the past twelve months. In fact, there has been a slight .

    5. 'Athletics' may look like a PLURAL noun, but in fact it is .

    6. I took over a failing company from my PREDECESSOR, but I intend to hand over a highly successful company to my .

    7. He is always looking the MAXIMUM profit with the risk.

    8. I didn't say I would meet you BEFORE the contract, I said I would meet you it.

    9. She refuses to ADMIT that she was her accomplice. In fact, she totally ever having met him.

    10. Somehow they always manage to turn DEFEAT into .

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