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5 Matching questions

  1. platitude
  2. salvage
  3. anathemas
  4. sepulcher
  5. racket
  1. a noun
    1. the act of saving anything from fire, danger, etc.
    2.the property saved
    (verb) save from shipwreck, fire, etc.
  2. b -noun
    1.a flat, dull, or trite remark, uttered as if it were fresh or profound.
    2.the state of being flat, dull, or trite
  3. c -noun, plural -mas.
    1.a person or thing detested or loathed:
    2.a person or thing accursed or doomed to damnation or destruction.
    3.a formal ecclesiastical curse involving excommunication
  4. d noun
    1. a loud, confusing, disturbing noise or clamor; din, uproar
    2. social excitement, gaiety, or dissipation.
    3. (the rackets) an organized illegal activity, often violent.
    4. a dishonest scheme, trick business.
    6. Slang for an (easy, profitable) occupation, livelihood, or business.
  5. e 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) place in a sepulcher; bury

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. verb (with object)
    1. to assail with contemptuous or opprobrious language; address or speak of abusively.
    2. to speak abusively
  2. -noun
    1.extreme, excessive patriot; a war monger who favors violent foreign policy
    1. of jingoes/jingoism jingo! Informal: I know you can do it, by jingo!
  3. deserving or causing hatred; hateful; detestable
  4. verb
    1. to take in and incorporate as one's own; absorb
    2. to adapt/adjust/conform with the customs, attitudes, etc., of another group, nation etc
  5. -adjective
    1.disposed to be silent or hesitant to speak; reserved, reluctant or restrained

5 True/False questions

  1. physiognomy-noun
    1. the function or work of a teacher; teaching, education, instruction


  2. cumulusa heap, or Puffy, white clouds that tend to have flat bottoms


  3. exhort-adjective
    1. having high (sometimes hypocritical) reverence for God/virtue/authority or an earnest wish to fulfill religious obligations.
    2. falsely earnest, devout or sincere
    3. pertaining to religious devotion; sacred


  4. ignominiousadjective
    1. marked by or attended with ignominy; discreditable; humiliating
    2. bearing or deserving ignominy; contemptible.


  5. vilifiedverb (with object)
    1. to give life to; animate; quicken.
    2. to enliven; brighten; sharpen.


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