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  1. Torpid
  2. Culpable
  3. Egregious
  4. Irresolute
  5. Recapitulate
  1. a deserving blame, worthy of condemnation SYNONYMS: guilty delinquent peccant blameworthy ANTONYMS: blameless innocent laudable meritorious
  2. b DEFINITION: inactive sluggish dull SYNONYMS: sluggish lethargic otiose languid ANTONYMS: energetic dynamic vigorous
  3. c DEFINITION: Conspicuous, standing out from the mass SYNONYMS: Glaring Flagrant blatant ANTONYMS: Unnoticeable Paltry Piddling
  4. d DEFINITION: to review a series of facts to sum up SYNONYMS: review summarize sum up go over
  5. e DEFINITION: unable to make up one's mind hesitating SYNONYMS: indecisive vacillating wavering ANTONYMS: determined decisive unwavering

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. DEFINITION: cloudlike resembling a cloud cloudy in color not transparent vague confused indistinct SYNONYMS: hazy fuzzy cloudy vague murky opaque indeterminate ANTONYMS: definite distinct clear sharply focused
  2. tenting to delay or procrastinate, not prompt; intended to delay or postpone SYNONYMS: stalling slow tardy laggard ANTONYMS: prompt punctual speedy expeditious
  3. DEFINITION: one who is just a beginner at some activity requiring skill and experience SYNONYMS: neophyte tyro trainee apprentice ANTONYMS: veteran past master pro expert
  4. DEFINITION: something that is assumed or taken for granted without conclusive evidence SYNONYMS: assumption presumption hypothesis
  5. DEFINITION: To revive bring back to consciousness or existence SYNONYMS: Revitalize reanimate restore

5 True/False Questions

  1. EquivocateDEFINITION: To revive bring back to consciousness or existence SYNONYMS: Revitalize reanimate restore

          

  2. AnathemaDEFINITION: An object of intense dislike a curse or strong denunciation (often used adjectivally without the article) SYNONYMS: Malediction Imprecation Abomination ANTONYMS: Benediction blessing

          

  3. AdulationDEFINITION: praise or flattery that is excessive SYNONYMS: Adoration Idolization hero-worship ANTONYMS: ridicule derision scorn odium

          

  4. AvariceDEFINITION: a greedy desire particularly for wealth SYNONYMS: Cupidity rapacity acquisitiveness

          

  5. AstuteDEFINITION: to make less in amount, degree to subside become less to nullify deduct omit SYNONYMS: Diminish decrease subside let up ANTONYMS: intensify increase magnify wax

          

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