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5 Matching questions

  1. viable
  2. zany
  3. vagary
  4. narcissism
  5. augur
  1. a (v.) to predict, foreshadow
  2. b (n.) an unpredictable, erratic, or seemingly purposeless action, occurrence, or notion
  3. c (adj.) clownish or funny in a crazy, bizarre, or ludicrous way
  4. d (n.) excessive self-love; absorption in oneself
  5. e (adj.) capable of living or developing under normal circumstances

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (n.) one who plays the clown
  2. (adj.) utterly detestable, hateful, or abhorrent; extremely inferior
  3. (n.) undue or unreasonable fear, hatred, or contempt of foreigners or strangers or of what is foreign or strange
  4. (n.) a prophet or seer
  5. (adj.) stressing practically over other considerations; relating to the belief that what is good or desirable is determined purely by its usefulness

5 True/False questions

  1. precarious(adj.) devoid of matter, substance, or meaning; lacking ideas or intelligence; purposeless

          

  2. zealot(adj.) clownish or funny in a crazy, bizarre, or ludicrous way

          

  3. charisma(n.) a close and harmonious relationship

          

  4. bilk(v.) to defraud,cheat, or swindle; to evade payment of; to frustrate, thwart

          

  5. debilitate(adj.) stressing practically over other considerations; relating to the belief that what is good or desirable is determined purely by its usefulness

          

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