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Prejudices of His Time Does Jonathan Swift Condemn in "A Modest Proposal"?
modest synonyms: adjective Having or expressing feelings of humility: humble,
lowly, meek. See attitude, big, self-love Not forward but reticent or reserved in ...
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Homonyms, Synonyms, Antonyms I. 1. A. Modest – Alarmed. B. Anxious –
1 being about midway between extremes of amount or size <he was awarded a
modest pension when he retired> Synonyms average, intermediate, mean, ...
Synonyms and antonyms for modest. 1. modest (adj.) marked by simplicity;
having a humble opinion of yourself. Synonyms: retiring,; unassuming,; humble.