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5 Matching Questions

  1. recalcitrant
  2. stultify
  3. animosity
  4. commend
  5. decrepit
  1. a v. to make ineffective or useless, cripple; to have a dulling effect on (syn. smother, stifle, neutralize, negate; ant. arouse, excite, inspire, stimulate)
  2. b adj. old and feeble; worn-out, ruined (syn. infirm, broken-down, rickety, dilapidated; ant. vigorous, robust, sturdy)
  3. c adj. stubbornly disobedient, resisting authority (syn. unruly, obstinate, contrary, ornery; ant. obedient, docile, cooperative, compliant)
  4. d v. to praise, express approval; to present as worthy of attention (syn. applaud; entrust; ant. abhor, loathe)
  5. e n. strong dislike; bitter hostility (syn. enmity, rancor, anitpathy; ant. affection, fondness, rapport)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. n. a state of perplexity or doubt (syn. confusion, dilemma, predicament)
  2. adj. stingy, miserly; meager, poor, small (syn. frugal, niggardly, penny-pinching, cheap; ant. generous, openhanded)
  3. n. an expression of sympathy (syn. commiseration, solace, sympathy)
  4. adj. smoothly agreeable or polite; pleasing to the sense (syn. sophisticated, urbane, polished; crude, clumsy, unpolished, oafish, loutish)
  5. adj. having great variety; numerous and diverse (syn. varied, heterogeneous; ant. unvaried, uniform, homogeneous)

5 True/False Questions

  1. obsoleteadj. out-of-date, no longer in use (syn. outmoded, antiquated, passe; ant. current, up-to-date, brand-new)

          

  2. consecraten. an expression of sympathy (syn. commiseration, solace, sympathy)

          

  3. omnivorousadj. innocent, simple; frank, sincere (syn.naive, guileless, candid; ant. artful, crafty, worldly, sophisticated)

          

  4. ingenuousadj. innocent, simple; frank, sincere (syn.naive, guileless, candid; ant. artful, crafty, worldly, sophisticated)

          

  5. revelv. to take great pleasure in; n. a wild celebration (syn. v. relish, savor, bask in, carouse; ant. abhor, loathe)

          

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