Synonyms — lean, sprawl, repose.
Antonyms — rise, stand upright.
— He reclined on the back seat of the car to avoid getting spotted by the police.
Prolific (pro’lifik): productive, abundant
Synonym — fertile, fruitful.
Antonym — unfruitful, unproductive.
— The farmers have had a prolific harvest this year.
Fallible (fal’ibl): liable to error.
Synonym — erring, imperfect.
Antonym — faultless, infallible, unerring.
— All humans are
Synonym — inscrutable, mysterious, unknowable.
Antonym — transparent, obvious.
— Mr Clare’s enigmatic character makes him a difficult boss to work with.
Calamitous (kalammitus): involving or causing great damage.
Synonym — devastating, disastrous, ruinous.
Antonym — advantageous, beneficial, fortunate.
— The eruption of a volcano can be extremely calamitous.
From the jumbled words discover some people with supernatural powers.
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2. E R C N O J U R
3. Y A N T C A L I R V O
4. D R W Z I A
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Cathay ( also known as Khitai) was the name by which China was known under the Mongol Dynasty to medieval Europe. The Khitans, who belonged to Manchu race, established an empire over north China.
Simplicity of all things, is the hardest to be copied — Steele
Exorcist, conjurer, clairvoyant, wizard, sorcerer, seer.
— Illa Vij