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5 Matching questions

  1. nonentity
  2. qualm
  3. promontory
  4. deplore
  5. solicitous
  1. a (v.) to feel or express regret or disapproval
    synonyms: lament, bemoan, bewail
    antonyms: approve, commend, extol
  2. b (n.) a pang of conscience, uneasiness, misgiving, or doubt; a feeling of faintness or nausea
    synonyms: regret, second thought, scruple
  3. c (adj.) showing concern or care; fearful or anxious about someone or something
    synonym: concerned
    antonyms: unconcerned, indifferent, apathetic
  4. d (n.) a person or thing of no importance
    synonym: nobody
    antonyms: celebrity, superstar
  5. e (n.) a high point of land extending into water
    synonyms: cliff, headland

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj.) indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many pleasures; apathetic
    antonyms: enthusiastic, passionate, fervent
  2. (adj.) full of tiny holes; able to be penetrated by air or water
    synonyms: leaky, permeable
    antonyms: airtight, waterproof, impermeable
  3. (v.) to remove, drive out of a position or place
    synonyms: expel, eject
    antonyms: admit, welcome
  4. (v.) to trouble, haunt, or fill the mind
    synonym: preoccupy
  5. (v.) to read thoroughly and carefully
    synonyms: study, pore over, scrutinize

5 True/False questions

  1. recourse(n.) a person or thing turned to for help or advice; the act of seeking help or protection
    synonyms: redress, remedy, resort


  2. bolster(v.) to support, give a boost to; (n.) a long pillow or cushion; a supporting post
    synonyms: (v.) strengthen, reinforce, buttress, validate
    antonyms: (v.) undermine, weaken, impair


  3. residue(n.) a remainder, that which remains when a part has been used up or removed
    synonyms: remnant, remains, leavings


  4. ornate(adj.) lying face down; inclined, likely
    synonyms: prostrate, liable, apt
    antonyms: standing upright, unlikely


  5. staid(v.) to support, nourish, keep up; to suffer, undergo; to bear up under, withstand; to affirm the validity of
    synonyms: foster, maintain


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