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7. abstruse → abysmal

abstruse → abysmalabstruse → abysmal  abstruse (difficult to understand): I found your statement a bit abstruse.

absurd (illogical, stupid or unreasonable): It is absurd to believe that the number 13 is unlucky.

abundant (plentiful, in large quantities): Also fish are abundant in this lake.

abuse (unfair, cruel or violent treatment): Children in this area in fact suffer racial abuse at school.

abut (next to, adjoin): But our house abuts on a school.

abuzz (filled with noise or activity): The room was also abuzz with discussion.

abysmal (very bad or of a very low standard): The living conditions were on the whole abysmal.

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