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5 Matching questions

  1. Writhe
  2. Caveat Emptor
  3. Acquiescence
  4. Harbinger
  5. Simulacrum
  1. a To twist (the body), especially in reaction to pain or strong sensation.
  2. b A forerunner. something that foreshadows a future event or trend.
  3. c A minor, unreal or eerie similarity. Can also mean an effigy.
  4. d "Let the buyer beware"; a latin term warning that swindles and misrepresentation are common in the world of commerce.
  5. e The act of passive agreement or assent without objection.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. To find fault in trivial matters or raise petty objections.
  2. Strong and powerful; reminiscent of the god Hercules in vitality. Also can mean daunting or formidable-so difficult as to require the strength of Hercules
  3. Abusive language. denunciatory or overly harsh speech or writing.
  4. A meeting in which two people meet face-to-face.
  5. Extremely talkative. Someone prone to nervous chatter.

5 True/False questions

  1. DisconcertingRuffled, upset. That which upsets harmony or balance.

          

  2. BelieTo disprove or demonstrate to be false; to contradict appearances.

          

  3. BefuddleTo disprove or demonstrate to be false; to contradict appearances.

          

  4. EquivocalCapable of varying interpretation. Dubious, uncertain, or suspect.

          

  5. VerboseTo twist (the body), especially in reaction to pain or strong sensation.

          

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