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5 Matching questions

  1. Imprecation
  2. Allay
  3. Conciliate
  4. Ablution
  5. Euphemism
  1. a verb: To lessen the intensity of severity of, to ease or sooth; to calm or pacify. (assuage, abate, alleviate, mitigate, mollify, pacify).
  2. b noun: A curse.
  3. c noun: An act or an example of substituting a mild, indirect, or vague term for one considered harsh, blunt, or offensive.
  4. d verb: To overcome the distrust or animosity of someone. (mitigate, mollify, pacify, placate, propitiate, quell).
  5. e noun: Act of cleansing; washing or cleansing of the body, especially as part of a religious ceremony. (sanctify).

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. adjective: Having the power to compel conviction or move the will. (sagacious).
  2. verb: To belittle; to deviate from a standard or expectation; to go astray or stray. (disparage).
  3. adjective: Tireless; incapable or seemingly incapable of being fatigued.
  4. noun: Strong or fixed dislike; a feeling of repugnance.
  5. adjective: Stern in manner or appearance.

5 True/False questions

  1. Dilatorynoun: Symbolic representation; an extended metaphor in narrative form.

          

  2. Bourgeoisnoun: An act or an example of substituting a mild, indirect, or vague term for one considered harsh, blunt, or offensive.

          

  3. Iniquitynoun: Sin; an evil act; gross immorality or injustice; wickedness.

          

  4. Deciduousadjective: Losing leaves in the fall; short-lived; temporary. (evanescent).

          

  5. Ethosnoun: Pleasant, agreeable, harmonious sound.

          

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