5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a To disprove or demonstrate to be false; to contradict appearances.
- b Capable of varying interpretation. Dubious, uncertain, or suspect.
- c A fabrication or unfounded story.
- d A minor, unreal or eerie similarity. Can also mean an effigy.
- e 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
5 Multiple choice questions
- To confuse or perplex. To mystify or confuse, as with bewildering arguments or misleading statements.
- A forerunner. something that foreshadows a future event or trend.
- In accordance with or conforming to established (church) law. Also accepted as belonging within a body of work.
- The act of passive agreement or assent without objection.
- To twist (the body), especially in reaction to pain or strong sensation.
5 True/False questions
Cavil → To find fault in trivial matters or raise petty objections.
Verbose → Wordy. That which uses unnecessary language.
Loquacious → Extremely talkative. Someone prone to nervous chatter.
Disconcerting → Ruffled, upset. That which upsets harmony or balance.
Shangri-La → In accordance with or conforming to established (church) law. Also accepted as belonging within a body of work.