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5 Matching Questions

  1. interrupt
  2. refugee
  3. impetuous
  4. bellicose
  5. alliteration
  1. a (n) the repitition of a sound at the beginning of two or more neighboring words (as in "wild and woolly" or "a babbling brook")
  2. b (n) a person who flees for safety especially to a foreign country.
  3. c (adj) 1. impulsive, rash. 2. marked by force of action or movement.
  4. d (adj) 1. likely to quarrel or fight. 2. warlike in manner or temperament; pugnacious.
  5. e (v) to stop or hinder by breaking in. 2. to break the sameness or course of.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. (n) a feeling of dislike or hatred.
  2. (adj) feeding on both animal and vegetable substances.
  3. (adj) 1. of, relating to or composed of an election or electors.
  4. (adj) having something to do with the matter being considered; pertinent.
  5. (adj) ready or prompt to help or obey like a servant or slave at the wish or command of another person especially to gain favor.

5 True/False Questions

  1. trajectory(v) to cut across; to cut transversely.

          

  2. postmortem(v) to trickle or cause to trickle through something porous; filter; seep.

          

  3. crescent(adj) having something to do with the matter being considered; pertinent.

          

  4. fastidious(adj) ready or prompt to help or obey like a servant or slave at the wish or command of another person especially to gain favor.

          

  5. plausible(adj) seemingly fair, reasonable, or valuable but often not so. 2. appearing worthy of belief.

          

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