5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a noun
- b an ornament or pattern resembling a rose that is sometimes worn as a badge of office or as recognition of having won an honor
- c -noun
1. a person who dedicates his or her life to a pursuit of contemplative ideals and practices extreme self-denial or self-mortification for religious reasons.
2. a person who leads an austerely simple life, abstaining from the normal pleasures of life and denying himself or herself material satisfaction.
3. (in the early Christian church) a monk; hermit.
-adjective Also, as⋅cet⋅i⋅cal.
4. pertaining to asceticism.
5. rigorously abstinent, austere, or exceedingly strict or severe in religious exercises or self-mortification.
- d -adjective: mystical, occult
- e -noun
1.a person who sells quack medicines, attracting and influencing an audience by tricks, storytelling, etc.
2.any charlatan or quack (fraud).
5 Multiple choice questions
- an item of personal, movable property; slave
1.discernible by touch; material
2.real or actual, not imaginary or visionary
- verb (with object)
1. to give life to; animate; quicken.
2. to enliven; brighten; sharpen.
- a general truth or rule of conduct; a short saying
- to free from guilt or blame, vindicate
5 True/False questions
platoon → 1. the act of willing, choosing, or resolving;
2. a choice or decision made by the will.
3. the power of willing; will.
3. venerable → adjective
1.commanding respect, veneration, reverance because of great age, impressive dignity, high office or noble character
2.a title for someone proclaimed by the Roman Catholic Church to have attained the first degree of sanctity or of an Anglican archdeacon.
3.(of places, buildings, etc.) made holy by religious, historic, or other lofty associations
4.impressive or interesting because of age, antique appearance, etc
chandelier → an item of personal, movable property; slave
sepulcher → noun
1.a tomb, grave, or burial place (easter sepulcher), a cavity in a mensa for containing relics of martyrs.
2. a structure or a recess in some old churches in which the Eucharist was deposited on Good Friday and taken out at Easter in commemoration of Christ's entombment and Resurrection.
-verb (used with object)
3.to place in a sepulcher; bury
gules → -noun
2.adjective: of the color red