5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a A privy, esp. in a camp, barracks, hospital, or similar place.
- b An involuntary contraction, stiffening, or 'drawing up' of a muscle
- c Enthusiasm for inflicting pain, suffering, or humiliation on others
- d A barbed fishing spear
- e a rude or miserable dwelling-place; a wretched cabin
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Refuse from fish, esp. that remaining after expressing oil. b. Chopped fish, lobsters, etc., thrown overboard to attract fish, as in trolling.
- To jolt, bump, or shake up and down, as by rough riding; to give (a person) a shaking
- The fluid secreted by the liver, and poured into the duodenum, as an aid to the digestive process. It is bitter, of a brownish yellow colour, passing sometimes into green, and of a highly complex structure. (It was one of the 'four humours' of early physiology, and was, till the beginning of the 18th c., commonly termed choler.) Anger, ill temper, peevishness
- Utter loss of moral courage or resolution in prospect of danger or difficulty
- Inflicting or intended to inflict punishment; retributive, punishing.
5 True/False Questions
Ramshackle → To entice or persuade by soft flattering words; to gain over or take in by coaxing or cajolery.
Venture → Inflicting or intended to inflict punishment; retributive, punishing.
Troll → To draw on as with a moving bait; to entice, allure.
Assert → To declare, state.
Indigent → A short nail or bolt for fastening together metal plates