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This time around, we deal with antonyms.

I'll begin by posting one word -

North.

This is followed by the pair,

"East or West"?

Each pair has to be made up of two words with exactly opposite meanings.

Hopefully this will be a vocabulary-building exercise and a fun game at the same time.

So guys, Let's Play!

North.

East or West?

Cheers,

- Joy [Y]
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east ( like west bengal...Emotion: smile)

joy or sorrow?

(hm, couldnt we like... post one word, and the next person has to write the antonym and supply another word?)
Arulupinaustin(hm, couldnt we like... post one word, and the next person has to write the antonym and supply another word?)
Good one, Aru. Rule changed. Consider it done.

As I can't edit the original post now, I would advise all others to read the following carefully.

The rules to this game have been changed slightly.

Instead of posting a pair of antonyms, the player will have to supply the antonym of the word posted by his/her predecessor, and follow up with a word of his own. Make sure that it is a word that has an opposite.

For instance, the opposite of "Minimum" is "Maximum", NOT "Mini-dad" as some people would have you think. "Gour-not-met" as opposite of "Gourmet" etc. aren't recommended either.

As for my turn now, it's...

Joy (duh.)

Silence...

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Noise..

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DjB, you need to provide another word. The next player will give its opposite, and introduce a new word. Look at the sequence -

I posted "Joy", and then provided the word "Silence." So you give us "noise" (the opposite of silence) and we need another word so that the next player can answer with its opposite.

Get it now?

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