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Vocab Level D Unit 6 Test

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5 Matching Questions

  1. incessant
  2. taunt
  3. intricate
  4. ghastly
  5. lucid
  1. a easy to understand, clear, rational, sane antonyms; murky, muddy, obscure, unintelligible
  2. b to jeer at, mock, an insulting or mocking remark antonyms; cheer, applaud, acclaim
  3. c never stopping, going on all the time antonyms; occasional, sporadic, intermittent
  4. d complicated, difficult to understand antonyms; simple, uninvolved, uncomplicated
  5. e frightful, horrible; deathly pale antonyms; pleasant, agreeable, attractive, delightful

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. overly neat, precise, proper, formal, prudish antonyms; dowdy, frumpy, sloppy, untidy, loose, lax
  2. slavery, any state of being bound or held down antonyms; freedom, liberty, independence
  3. believable antonyms; unbelievable, implausible, improbable
  4. to take the place of, supersede
  5. poor, in a state of poverty, depleted antonyms; rich, wealthy, affluent, prosperous

5 True/False Questions

  1. tenaciouseasy to understand, clear, rational, sane antonyms; murky, muddy, obscure, unintelligible

          

  2. hamperto hold back antonyms; facilitate, ease, smooth the way

          

  3. hewto hold back antonyms; facilitate, ease, smooth the way

          

  4. atoneto jeer at, mock, an insulting or mocking remark antonyms; cheer, applaud, acclaim

          

  5. diligenthardworking, industrious, not lazy antonyms; lazy, indolent, cursory, perfunctory

          

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