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5 Matching questions

  1. Farcical
  2. Definitive
  3. Artifice
  4. Pejorative
  5. Caucus
  1. a adjective: Having, or characterized by, a disparaging, derogatory, or belittling effect, tone, or force.
  2. b adjective: Broadly or extravagantly humorous.
  3. c noun: A meeting of party leaders to select candidates.
  4. d noun: Authoritative and complete; final.
  5. e noun: A clever trick or stratagem. (chicanery, guile, legerdemain, pretense).

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. adjective: Ancient or venerable; ancient.
  2. adjective: Unreasonably irritable or very ill-tempered. (fractious, querulous, choleric, churlish).
  3. noun: Exasperation; vexation; irritation or annoyance.
  4. verb: To make or shape with an ax.
  5. adjective: Attribution to human motivation, characteristics, or behavior towards, objects, animals, or natural phenomena.

5 True/False questions

  1. Idiosyncraticadjective: Characterized by a habit, mannerism, or other physical or mental behavior.


  2. Juggernautnoun: Something, such as a belief or an institution, that elicits blind and destructive devotion or to which people are ruthlessly sacrificed.


  3. Visceraladjective: Broadly or extravagantly humorous.


  4. Perquisitenoun: An incidental payment, benefit, privilege, or advantage above and beyond regular salary, compensation, income, or wages.


  5. Debilitatenoun: Authoritative and complete; final.


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