5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- trove (293)
- haul (331)
- sired (327)
- Laved (470)
- jaunt (349)
- a to be the male parent of (an animal).
- b pull or drag with effort or force. I hauled her out of the party because we needed to get home.
- c to wash; bathe. (of water) wash against or over (something) : the sea below laved the shore with small, agitated waves.
- d A store of valuable or delightful things.
- e a short excursion or journey for pleasure. For the weekend, the family took a little jaunt to Austin to visit the capitol
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- not reproachable; free from blame. Although he killed a man, the act was considered irreproachable because the man he killed was a criminal
- to tie up (somebody, something) with their legs and arms behind their back. The chef trussed the chicken before cooking it.
- impertinent; impudent; tactless: "A brash young man is not wise enough to make his own decisions."
- pierce (a cask) to draw liquor
- prepare and use (land) for crops or gardening.
5 True/False Questions
callous(460) → showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others.
hilt (272) → to rub or sprinkle on; apply an unguent, ointment, or oily liquid to
magnanimous (326) → extremely hungry, famished, starved, wild. The ravenous tiger hadn't eaten in days and would kill and eat anything in sight.
forthright (327) → the handle of a sword or dagger: "I took the hilt of the sword and swung it as fast as I could to kill the goblin."
stalwart (257) → loyal, reliable, and hardworking.