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2. actuating, activating, motivating, moving, rousing, wakening; inciting, stimulating, stirring, goading, prodding.

animation, n.1. liveliness, vivacity, spirit, animal spirits; dash, elan, zest, verve, flair, zing; fire, warmth, glow, fervency, ardor; dazzle, brilliance, Music. bravura; sprightliness, airiness, breeziness, buoyancy, cheer; ebullience, sparkle, effervescence; vigor, vim, It. brio, Inf.

pep; vitality, life, energy; exuberance, enthusiasm, zeal, fervor, passion, intensity.
2. enlivenment, inspiritment, invigoration; encouragement, enheartenment, emboldening; urging, exhortation, instigation, stimulation, incitation, motivation, inspiration.

animosity, n.1. ill will, hostility, invidiousness, abhorrence, aversion, rankling aversion; opposition, vehement opposition, antipathy, rancor, antagonism, malevolence, malignity.
2. enmity, animus, loathing, hatred, detestation; virulence, spleen, acerbity, acrimony, gall, bitterness; anger, pique, umbrage, malice, spite, resentment; unfriendliness, dislike.
3. grudge, feud, bad blood, hostile relations, discord, contention.

animus, n.1. animosity, ill will, hostility, invidiousness; antipathy, rancor, antagonism, malevolence, malignity.
2. purpose, intention, will, mind, temper; inclination, disposition, spirit, animating nature,

annals, n. archives, chronicles, records, registers; annual reports, yearbooks, classbooks; journals, memoirs, diaries,

anneal, v. strengthen, toughen, temper, harden, firm up, indurate.

annex, v. 1. attach, connect, affix, tack on; incorporate, include, take in, join, link, unite, consolidate, combine, merge; append, subjoin, suffix, postfix; supplement, superadd, add on to, enlarge, extend, expand, augment.
2. acquire, obtain, get, gain; take, procure, pick up; appropriate, arrogate, usurp, accroach, confiscate, expropriate, seize, take over,
Law.sequester.
3. characterize, attribute, accredit, ascribe, credit, assign, impute, consider
orregard as. -n. 4.

attachment, appurtenance, appurtenant, adjunct, ancilla, appanage, annexation, Rare,

annex-ment, ell, wing; supplementation, superaddition, addition, additament, extension, expansion, enlargement; complement, completer, accessory, accompaniment, concomitant.
5. affiliate, subsidiary, subdivision; branch, arm, division, section, part.
6. appendix, addendum, supplement, codicil,
Law. allonge; epilogue, postscript, p.s., P.S., subjoinder, subjunction, endpiece, tailpiece, suffix, postfix, tag.

annexation, n.1. attachment, connection, affixation, affixture; incorporation, inclusion, consolidation, combination, merger, merge, merging; juncture, joining, linking, union, uniting; supplementation, superaddition, enlargement, extension, expansion, augmentation.
2. appropriation, procurement; arrogation, usurpation, accroachment; confiscation, expropriation, seizure, takeover,
Law.sequestration.
3. appendage, appurtenance, appurtenant, adjunct, ancilla, appanage,
Rare,

annexment, ell, wing; supplement, addition, additament; complement, completer, accessory, accompaniment, concomitant.

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