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5 Matching questions

  1. predatory
  2. ignominy
  3. erudite
  4. gregarious
  5. dogmatic
  1. a adj. fond of the company of others; belonging to a flock
  2. b adj. stating an opinion in an authoritative manner
  3. c n. public shame, disgrace, or dishonor
  4. d adj. scholarly; having or showing a wide knowledge gained from reading
  5. e adj. inclined to rob or prey on others

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. adj. apparent; pretended; professed
  2. n./adj. one of the common people; common or vulgar
  3. v. to startle into sudden activity
  4. adj. speaking in a pompous style
  5. adj. cannot be easily understood; mysterious

5 True/False questions

  1. ethnicv. to increase the value or beauty of something

          

  2. frowzyadj. dirty, unkempt

          

  3. meticulousadj. extremely careful about small details

          

  4. raconteurn. a person skilled at telling stories or anecdotes

          

  5. implacableadj. cannot be appeased or pacified

          

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