Have complete opposite meanings~

Literally

“Literally” can mean in a literal or figurative sense.

Variety

“Variety” can mean a particular type or many types.

Clip

To “clip” can mean to cut apart or to attach together.

Weather

To “weather” can mean to wear away or to withstand.

Dust

To “dust” can mean to remove dust or to sprinkle something with a powder.

Consult

“Consult” can mean to seek advice or to give professional advice.

Bill

“Bill” can mean a paper bill of money or an invoice for a payment if someone owes money.

Overlook

To “overlook” can mean to fail to notice or to see from a higher position.

Buckle

“Buckle” can mean to fasten something together or to break or collapse

Refrain

A “refrain” can mean a repeating phrase or verse in a song or poem, while in verb form it can mean to stop doing something.

Sanction

“Sanction” can mean to approve or to boycott.

Peruse

To “peruse” can mean to read something carefully or to skim it.

Out of

“Out of” can mean outside or inside: “getting out of the house” versus “working out of a home office.”

Transparent

“Transparent” can mean invisible or obvious. 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/did-you-know/15-mind-bending-words-that-have-completely-opposite-meanings/ss-AAGRe2U?fullscreen=true#image=16

Thank you for reading 🙂

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