5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- recalcitrant (adj.)
- hardy (adj.)
- dubious (adj.)
- novice (n.)
- sequester (v.)
- a "healthy; strong"
- b "causing doubt; questionable"
- c someone new to a field or activity; someone who has entered a religious order but has not taken final vows
- d to set apart from others; to take temporary possession of as a security by legal authority
- e "refusing to obey authority; hard to handle"
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- "to lose/cause to lose identity by being absorbed/combined; to unite"
- "to take the entire attention of; to occupy wholly"
- "at right angles to a given plane or line; exactly upright; vertical"
- "to set free from guilt or shame"
- to throw away something encumbering; to discard
5 True/False Questions
discursive (adj.) → "learned; scholarly; educated"
curmudgeon (n.) → a long difficult walk; to walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud
beguile (v.) → to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful; to speak out against
multifarious (adj.) → "offering unwanted advice or services; meddlesome, esp. high-handedly so"
enthrall (v.) → "to take the entire attention of; to occupy wholly"