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5 Matching questions

  1. statute
  2. quaver
  3. proponent
  4. depreciation
  5. enlightened
  1. a Definition: free from ignorance and false ideas; possessing sound understanding
    Part of Speech: adjective
    Synonyms: knowing, informed, aware, cultivated
    Antonyms: unknowing, uninformed, unaware, uncultivated
  2. b Definition: to shake, tremble
    Part of Speech: verb
    Synonyms: to quiver, vibrate, shiver, quake, palpitate
    Antonyms: be still, nonmoving, unmoving
  3. c Definition: one who puts forward a proposal; one who supports a cause or belief
    Part of Speech: noun
    Synonyms: a supporter, advocate, exponent
    Antonyms: an opponent, critic, foe
  4. d Definition: a law
    Part of Speech: noun
    Synonyms: a rule, ordinance, enactment
    Antonyms: chaos, freedom, disorder
  5. e Definition: a lessening in value; a belittling
    Part of Speech: noun
    Synonyms: a cheapening, lowering, devaluation
    Antonyms: an increase, appreciation, enhancement

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Definition: unyielding, harsh, without pity
    Part of Speech: adjective
    Synonyms: stern, merciless; persistent, unremitting
    Antonyms: merciful; accomodating, indulgent
  2. Definition: to spend foolishly, waste
    Part of Speech: verb
    Synonyms: to misspend, dissipate
    Antonyms: to save, economize, hoard, squirrel away
  3. Definition: 1.) to spring back, shrink, 2.) the act of springing back
    Part of Speech: 1.) verb, 2.) noun
    Synonyms: 1.) to shrink, flinch, retreat, 2.) a kickback
    Antonyms: to advance, proceed, gain ground
  4. Definition: to tell, reveal; to make public
    Part of Speech: verb
    Synonyms: to disclose, impart, spill the beans, "leak"
    Antonyms: to hide, conceal, cover p, keep under wraps
  5. Definition: sober or serious in manner, modest
    Part of Speech: adjective
    Synonyms: shy, diffident, sedate; seemly, decorous
    Antonyms: bold, forward, assertive, immodest

5 True/False questions

  1. brevityDefinition: to make up for, regain
    Part of Speech: verb
    Synonyms: to recover, retrieve
    Antonyms: to lose, default, forfeit, kiss goodbye

          

  2. garbleDefinition: to distort in such a way as to make unintelligible
    Part of Speech: verb
    Synonyms: to jumble, scramble, confuse, misrepresent
    Antonyms: to clarify, elucidate

          

  3. recoupDefinition: 1.) to spring back, shrink, 2.) the act of springing back
    Part of Speech: 1.) verb, 2.) noun
    Synonyms: 1.) to shrink, flinch, retreat, 2.) a kickback
    Antonyms: to advance, proceed, gain ground

          

  4. staccatoDefinition: a law
    Part of Speech: noun
    Synonyms: a rule, ordinance, enactment
    Antonyms: chaos, freedom, disorder

          

  5. deteriorateDefinition: to lower in quality or value; to wear away
    Part of Speech: verb
    Synonyms: to worsen, decline, degenerate; to debase
    Antonyms: to improve, fix up, enhance

          

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