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5 Matching Questions

  1. harbinger
  2. effusive
  3. dupe
  4. epitome
  5. equivocal
  1. a ambiguous; intentionally confusing; capable of being interpreted in more than one way
  2. b an omen or sign, anything that foreshadows a future event
  3. c emotionally excessive; overly demonstrative, showing excessive emotion; overflowing
  4. d to deceive; a person who is easily deceived
  5. e a standard or typical example

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Possible, able to be done
  2. to reduce in strength, to weaken; to reduce in vitality
  3. someone who tries to destroy traditional ideas or institutions, person who goes against accepted authority
  4. instructive, designed to teach
  5. Two opposite parts of one whole

5 True/False Questions

  1. elatedin high spirits, jubilant; extremely pleased


  2. dilatoryTwo opposite parts of one whole


  3. hyperbolerelevant, appropriate, fitting


  4. fortuitouslucky; by chance


  5. guiledeceit, trickery


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