5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a verb (with object)
1. to give life to; animate; quicken.
2. to enliven; brighten; sharpen.
- b noun
1. the face or countenance, esp. describing a character
2. Also called anthroposcopy. the art of determining character/ characteristics from the features of the face (body)
3. the outward appearance of anything, offering some insight into its character
- c -noun
1. evidence that establishes/confirms the accuracy or truth of something
2. the process of research/ examination, required to establish authenticity or validity
- d -adjective
incapable of being accounted for or explained.
- e noun
1. relieving of emotional tensions, esp. through certain kinds of art, as tragedy or music.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
1.permitting light to pass through but not so much that you can see completely through
2. easily understandable
- a jellied gasoline used for bombs
- a general truth or rule of conduct; a short saying
1.disposed to be silent or hesitant to speak; reserved, reluctant or restrained
- verb (used with object)
1. to say or plead in protest, objection, or disapproval.
(used without object)
2. to present reasons in complaint; plead in protest.
5 True/False Questions
halitosis → -noun
1.the trunk of an elephant, or any long snout or nose
(can be insulting)
iniquity → adjective
1. concealing one's identity, as under an assumed name, esp. to avoid notice
1. done with real identity concealed
3. a person who is incognito, or his/her disguise
4. the state of being incognito.
commiserate → -verb (used with object)
1.to remove the contents of or remove the entrails from; disembowel
2.to deprive of essential parts
inherited → adjective
1. gruesome; horrible; revolting
2. glaringly vivid or sensational; shocking
3. terrible in intensity, fierce passion, or unrestraint
4. shining with an unnatural, fiery glow; wildly or garishly red
5. wan, pallid, or ghastly in hue; livid.
lopsided → noun
1.a sudden, unpredictable change, as of one's mind or the weather.
2.a tendency to change one's mind without apparent or adequate motive; whimsicality; capriciousness