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5 Matching questions

  1. Magnanimous
  2. lurid
  3. Cordial
  4. Rancor
  5. Allay
  1. a (adj) (p. 135):, generous and understanding and tolerant ?
  2. b (adj) (p. 102): courteous, gracious, friendly, sincere
  3. c v): to calm/quiet; to relieve (like pain); to alleviate
  4. d (n) (p. 132): bitter, rankling resentment or ill will; hatred; malice
  5. e ADJ: gruesome; revolting; glowing red; dirty

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj) (p. 48): 1) reddish; ruddy; rosy; 2) excessively ornate; showy
  2. (adj) (p. 40): 1) wastefully or recklessly extravagant; 2) giving or yielding profusely; lavish
  3. (adj) (p. 69): in a sleepwalking state
  4. (adj/v) (p. 97): worthy of praise / commendable; (v = to praise; to confer praise upon something)
  5. ADJ: worthy of praise

5 True/False questions

  1. physiognomiesN: face; outward appearance

          

  2. DisconcertingN: demeanor/ behavior

          

  3. Importunev): to beg; to urgently persist in solicitation (adj = importunate)

          

  4. Languid/ Langour(adj) (p. 64): 1) strictly attentive to minute details of form in action or conduct (meticulous); 2) precise; scrupulous

          

  5. Veracity(n) 1) an appparition of a living person taht appears as a portent just before a person's death
    2) The ghost of a dead person
    3) something shadowy and insubstantial

          

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