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5 Matching questions

  1. inert
  2. distend
  3. quiescent
  4. abet
  5. obliterate
  1. a to remove all traces of; to do away with; to destroy completely; to cancel (The men began to _________ the old building.)
  2. b inactive, dormant (The eruption was a surprise because the volcano had been _____________ for many years.)
  3. c to expand, to swell (If a balloon is _________ too much, it will break.)
  4. d unable to move or to act, sluggish (It takes a long time to get things done when we must depend on _________ bureaucrats.)
  5. e to encourage or to assist (usually an offense against justice or the law) (To aid and _______ an enemy of the country is a crime.)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. cannot be removed, washed away or erased (Her comments made an ________ impression on his mind and he was never able to forget.)
  2. weakness (A poor diet will cause ___________.)
  3. devotion and reverence to God (The man was noted for his ________ and devotion to the church.)
  4. irregular (Due to _________ sleep last night, I am not rested.)
  5. commonplace, uninspired, banal (Because his writings are so ________, I find them boring and unimaginative.)

5 True/False questions

  1. benevolenceill will or evil intentions (The old man's _______ was obvious when he removed the girl from his will.)

          

  2. paucitydevotion and reverence to God (The man was noted for his ________ and devotion to the church.)

          

  3. malevolenceill will or evil intentions (The old man's _______ was obvious when he removed the girl from his will.)

          

  4. antidotesomething that relieves the effects of poison (A snake bite need not be deadly, as long as one can get an ________ quickly.)

          

  5. squalidfilthy in appearance, sordid (There are _________ and depressed areas in most of the world's major cities.)

          

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