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5 Matching questions

  1. Rebuff
  2. Decimate
  3. Forgo
  4. Fraught
  5. Obtuse
  1. a (v.) to snub; to repel, drive away; (n.) a curt rejection, a check; Syn: (v.) spurn, repulse, reject; (n.) setback; Ant: (v.) accept, welcome
  2. b (v.) to kill or destroy a large part of; Syn: ravage, devastate
  3. c (adj.) blunt, not coming to a point; slow or dull in understanding; measuring between 90 and 180 degrees; not causing a sharp impression; Syn: stupid, dumb, thick, mild, dull-witted; Ant: acute, perceptive, quick-witted
  4. d (adj.) full or loaded with; accompanied by; Syn: charged with; Ant: devoid of, lacking, deficient in
  5. e (v.) to do without, abstain from, give up; Syn: refrain from, renounce; Ant: indulge in, partake of

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj.) emitting or reflecting light, glowing; illuminating; Syn: radiant, bright, refulgent, lustrous; Ant: dark, opaque, dim, murky
  2. (v.) to toughen, harden; to render used to something by long subjection or exposure; Syn: accustom, acclimate
  3. (n.) a slaughterhouse; a place of mass bloodshed; a state of complete disorder and confusion, mess
  4. (v.) to find fault in a petty way, carp; (n.) a trivial objection or criticism; Syn: (v.) nitpick, quibble
  5. (v.) to swing back and forth with a steady rhythm; to fluctuate or waver; Syn: vibrate, vacillate

5 True/False questions

  1. Charlatan(v.) to kill or destroy a large part of; Syn: ravage, devastate


  2. Obsequious(adj.) marked by slavish attentiveness; excessively submissive, often for purely self-interested reasons; Syn: fawning, servile, sycophantic, mealymouthed; Ant: assertive, bumptious, overbearing, candid, frank, independent


  3. Benign(adj.) gentle, kind; forgiving, understanding; having a favorable or beneficial effect; not malignant; Syn: benevolent, salutary, salubrious, harmless; Ant: malevolent, deleterious


  4. Foible(n.) a weak point, failing, minor flaw; Syn: shortcoming, defect, quirk; Ant: forte, virtue


  5. Askance(adv.) with suspicion, distrust, or disapproval; Syn: distrustfully, suspiciously, skeptically