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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. masquearde
  2. wry
  3. arbitrate
  4. charlatan
  5. sequester
  1. a adj. dryly humorous, with a touch of irony
  2. b v. to wear a disguige; to put on a false appearance
  3. c v. to move or set apart; to quarantine
  4. d v. to settle a dispute or a fight between two parties
  5. e n. a fake; one who pretends to have expert knowledge

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. adj. interpreting everything in terms of human experience and values
  2. adj. having a bias; favoring a cause (usually in print)
  3. n. a religious song; a song of praise
  4. v. to read or interpret something confusing or illegible; to convert from a code
  5. adj. well chosen; appropriate

5 True/False questions

  1. discordn. a greedy person who hoards money, even at the expense of personal discomfort

          

  2. sedatev. to dislike something greatly

          

  3. threadbareadj. calm; quiet

          

  4. blissadj. careless in, or negligent about, attending to a task

          

  5. augmentn. a religious song; a song of praise