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5 Matching questions

  1. Apostate
  2. Arrant
  3. Chasten
  4. Arrest
  5. Arcane
  1. a to chastise or correct; subdue
  2. b one who abandons long-held religious or political convictions; a betrayer of a cause
  3. c impudent;; in every way, being completely such, bare-faced, utter
  4. d mysterious, abstruse, esoteric, knowable only to initiates (secreto, recondito, reservad)
  5. e to suspend; to engage; to hold one's attention

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. completely without guile; natural, without artificiality (ingenuo, sin malicia)
  2. to state as a fact, to confirm or support (afirmar)
  3. appropriate, pertinent, relevant, apropos
  4. trickery or subterfuge
  5. bring up, announce, begin to talk about

5 True/False questions

  1. Axiomto commingle, to debase by mixing with something inferior (aleacion)

          

  2. Cardinalimpudent;; in every way, being completely such, bare-faced, utter

          

  3. Aspersionone who practices rigid self-denial, especially as an act of religious devotion

          

  4. Censureto criticize severely; to officially rebuke

          

  5. Auspiciousprotection or support,patronage

          

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