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5 Matching questions

  1. charade
  2. travail
  3. sadistic
  4. primordial
  5. purloin
  1. a v. to steal, oft. in violation of a trust
  2. b n. painfully difficult work; pain or suffering from mental or physical hardship
  3. c adj. getting pleasure from inflicting physical or psychological pain
  4. d n. an obvious pretense or deception
  5. e adj. living or existing at the very beginning

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. v. to push something into motion
  2. adj. able to maintained or defended
  3. n. large, disastrous fire
  4. adj. diligent; hard-working; constant
  5. n. a sudden convulsion or outburst; a fit

5 True/False questions

  1. obituaryn. a route or proposed route for a journey

          

  2. itineraryn. a newspaper account of a person's death, usually including biographical information

          

  3. medleyn. a female sheep, esp. when full grown

          

  4. dilemman. a collection of previously published material, usu. in condensed form

          

  5. disciplen. a person thought to be a source of wisdom or prophecy

          

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