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5 Matching questions

  1. Plunder
  2. Minstrel
  3. Splay
  4. Gloaming
  5. Damask
  1. a Twilight; dusk.
    S>Dark
    A>Dawn.
  2. b A figured woven fabric with a pattern visible on both sides, typically used for table linen and upholstery.
    S>Bedding
  3. c Steal goods from a place or person, typically using force and in a time or war or civil disorder.
    S>Pillage
    A>Gift
  4. d Thrust or spread things out and apart.
    S>Widespread
    A>Narrow
  5. e A medieval singer or musician. One who sang or recited lyric or heroic poetry to a musical accompaniment for the nobility.
    S>Musician

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Having or showing eagerness or enthusiasm.
    S>Eager
    A>Reluctant
  2. A place where people have deserted and it is in a state of bleak and dismal emptiness.
    S>Dismal
    A>Cultivate
  3. Loyal, reliable, and hardworking.
    S>Staunch
    A>Cowardly
  4. A defensive wall.
    S>Wall
    A>Opening
  5. Keep out of sight, typically with a sinister or cowardly motive.
    S>Lurk
    A>Expose

5 True/False questions

  1. RelishGreat enjoyment.
    S>Enjoyment
    A>Dislike

          

  2. AccountrementSeeming difficult to deal with.
    S>Intimidating
    A>Encouraging

          

  3. IgnominousDeserving or causing public disgrace or shame.
    S>Humiliating
    A>Glorious

          

  4. KithOne's friends, acquaintances, and relations.
    S>Family
    A>Stranger

          

  5. AtrocityA very wicked or cruel act, it usually involves violence or injury.
    S>Abomination
    A>Pleasantry

          

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