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5 Matching Questions

  1. charlatan
  2. spartan
  3. maudlin
  4. jovial
  5. neophyte
  1. a a fake; fraud; imposter; cheat
  2. b a beginner; someone new to a field or activity
  3. c tearful; excessively sentimental, but not mawkish
  4. d good-humored; cheerful; jocular
  5. e simple; plain; austere

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. a person who attacks and ridicules cherished figures, ideas, and institutions
  2. a plausible but deliberately misleading or fallacious argument designed to deceive someone
  3. an irresistible force that crushes everything in its path
  4. poor; penniless; not affluent
  5. foolishly impractical in the pursuit of ideals; impractical idealism

5 True/False Questions

  1. asceticvery brief; concise; succinct; terse


  2. skeptica person doubts, asks questions


  3. oraclea person considered to be oracular, that is a source of wise counsel or prophetic opinions


  4. nadirthe lowest point; the bottom


  5. dissemblera liar and deceiver


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