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5 Matching questions

  1. paltry
  2. intrinsic
  3. (to) vilify
  4. fervor
  5. asurfeit
  1. a an excess, an over-indulgence
  2. b to zeal, ardor, impassioned enthusiasm, intensity of feeling
  3. c insignificant, ridiculously or insultingly small
  4. d an essential part of
  5. e to slander, to speak badly of, to put down, to say vile things about

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. narrow, provincial, or having a confined point of view
  2. a feature that brings comfort or convenience
  3. to wave one's arms or hands, to make gestures
  4. to say malicious things about them, to defame, to spread malicious rumors about
  5. the home or household

5 True/False questions

  1. rapaciousabsurdly exaggerated, over-blown, pretentious, or referring to an unrealistic sense of gradeur


  2. (a) debaclea sudden downfall or collapse


  3. taciturninsignificant, ridiculously or insultingly small


  4. seditiontreason or to actions or speech designed to create rebellion against a government


  5. (to) lamentto mourn, to feel or express sorrow over, to grieve


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