(Words with literally opposite definitions, which will literally blow your mind. And the fact that that is a lexically-valid sentence makes me a little bit sad.)
- (2/-1) This part of a song that is sung over and over again has a name that means â€œto stop.â€
- (4/-2) When doing this to a chandelier, you're removing fine particles, but when you do it to a pastry, you're adding them.
- (6/-3) A company will send you this when you owe them money, and if you pay in cash, you might send one or more in return.
- (8/-4) When you're this, you're being so obvious I can see right through you as though you weren't even there.
- (10/-5) To temporarily recess a legal procedure, or to persist in a particular action.
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