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5 Matching questions

  1. spellbound (262)
  2. hue (312)
  3. Wrested (474)
  4. lithe (300)
  5. yoked (324)
  1. a to take something from a person's grasp or possesion by force or power. The knight wrested his opponents sword from his grasp.
  2. b thin, supple, and graceful (especially a person's body)
  3. c A tone or color/tint. The hue of the picture was more green then any other color.
  4. d hold the complete attention of (someone) as though by magic; fascinate : the killer whale gave the spellbound audience a good soaking.
  5. e to attach an animal to a plow or vehicle. I yoked the horse to the cart so we could ride in it.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. urge or persuade (someone) to act in a violent or unlawful way: he incited loyal subjects to rebellion.
  2. impertinent; impudent; tactless: "A brash young man is not wise enough to make his own decisions."
  3. A store of valuable or delightful things.
  4. Low-level workers. Prisoners often play the role of society's menials, assigned to trash pick up on the side of the highway. OR menial Lowly and sometimes degrading: That work was very tedious and menial.
  5. smell strongly and unpleasantly; stink; figurative be suggestive of something unpleasant or disapproved of ; the speeches reeked of anti-Semitism.

5 True/False questions

  1. convoy (291)A group of ships or vehicles traveling together, typically accompanied by armed troops, warships, or other vehicles for protection.

          

  2. heirlooms (322)Low-level workers. Prisoners often play the role of society's menials, assigned to trash pick up on the side of the highway. OR menial Lowly and sometimes degrading: That work was very tedious and menial.

          

  3. Laved (470)to cut or engrave into the surface of something. There were many old drawings etched in the stone cavern that I could not identify.

          

  4. seething (441)to be in a state of extreme anger or rage After he got his test back, Rick was seething with rage at his bad grade.

          

  5. Guile (472)sly or cunning intelligence He used all his guile and guts to free himself from the muddle he was in.

          

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