Jim Crow Laws Quizlet

What were Jim Crow laws, and how were they applied Quizlet? Jim Crow laws were state and local laws that enforced racial segregation in the Southern United States. These laws were enacted after the Reconstruction period and were in effect from the late 19th century until the mid-20th century. The term “Jim Crow” is often … Read more

Consistent Synonyms & Antonyms

Consistent Synonyms & Antonyms Synonyms of Consistent: Acting or done in the same way over time, especially so as to be fair or accurate. “the parents are being consistent and firm in their reactions”. dependable logical persistent rational steady true come-through even expected homogeneous invariable of a piece same true to type unchanging undeviating unfailing … Read more

Inconsiderate Synonyms & Antonyms

Inconsiderate Synonyms & Antonyms Synonyms of Inconsiderate: Thoughtlessly causing hurt or inconvenienceĀ to others. “it’sĀ inconsiderate of her to go away without telling us”. boorish brash careless discourteous hasty impolite incautious indelicate intolerant reckless rude self-centered selfish sharp short tactless thoughtless unceremonious uncharitable ungracious unkind   Antonyms of Inconsiderate: considerate generous kind nice sensitive tactful thoughtful   … Read more

Horrible Synonyms & Antonyms

Horrible Synonyms & Antonyms Synonyms of Horrible: Causing or likely to cause horror; shocking. “a horrible massacre”. abhorrent abominable appalling awful cruel disgusting dreadful eerie frightful ghastly grim grisly gruesome heinous hideous horrendous horrid lousy nasty scandalous scary shameful shocking terrible terrifying beastly detestable disagreeable execrable fairy fearful loathsome lurid mean obnoxious offensive repellent repulsive … Read more

Obvious Synonyms & Antonyms

Obvious Synonyms & Antonyms Synonyms of Obvious: Easily perceived or understood; clear, self-evident, or apparent. “Unemployment has been the most obvious cost of the recession”. accessible clear conspicuous discernible distinct evident glaring indisputable noticeable overt palpable pronounced recognizable self-evident straightforward undeniable unmistakable visible barefaced bright clear as a bell conclusive distinguishable explicit exposed in evidence … Read more

Dark Synonyms & Antonyms

Dark Synonyms & Antonyms Synonyms of Dark: A dark color or shade, especially in a painting. “lights and darks are juxtaposed arbitrarily to create a sense of shallow relief”. black cloudy darkened dim dingy drab dull foggy gloomy misty murky overcast shadowy somber dun dusk faint aphotic atramentous blackish caliginous cimmerian clouded crepuscular dusky grimy … Read more

Grateful synonyms & Antonyms

Grateful Synonyms & Antonyms Synonyms of Grateful: Feeling or showing an appreciation for something done or received. “I’m grateful to you for all your help”. thankful appreciative glad indebted obliged thanking appreciatory delighted beholden pleased contented satisfied gratified tickled   Antonyms of Grateful: thoughtless rude inappreciative ungracious inhospitable thankless unappreciative ungrateful mean   Grateful Synonyms … Read more

Confused Synonym & Antonyms

Confused Synonym & Antonyms Synonyms of Confused: Lacking order and so difficult to understand. “the confused information supplied by authorities”: baffled befuddled bewildered dazed disorganized distracted muddled perplexed perturbed puzzled abashed addled discombobulated disconcerted flummoxed flustered gone misled nonplussed stumped thrown unscrewed unzipped woolly at a loss at sea at sixes and sevens come apart … Read more

Accurate Synonyms & Antonyms

Accurate Synonyms & Antonyms Synonyms of Accurate: (Especially of information, measurements, or predictions) correct in all details; exact. “accurate information about the illness is essential”. authentic careful correct definite detailed exact factual meticulous proper rigorous scientific skillful solid specific strict systematic true close concrete defined deft discriminating discriminative distinct explicit faithful genuine judicious just literal … Read more

Foster Synonyms & Antonyms

Foster Synonyms & Antonyms Synonyms of Foster: encourage the development of (something, especially something desirable). “the teacher’s task is to foster learning” advance back champion cherish cultivate encourage feed foment forward further harbor nurse nurture serve stimulate uphold fund champion   Antonyms of Foster: block dampen discourage dissuade halt hinder impede stop condemn   Foster … Read more