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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. requisite
  2. thwart
  3. profligate
  4. enigmatic
  5. mawkish
  1. a puzzling, perplexing, inexplicable, not easily understood
    S: Baffling; Mysterious; Inexplicable
    A: Intelligible; Understandable; Fathomable
  2. b to oppose successfully; to prevent, frustrate
    S: Foil; Baffle
    A: Aid; Abet
  3. c needed, necessary, regarded as essential or indispensable
    S: Required; Incumbent
    A: Nonessential; Optional
  4. d excessively and objectionably sentimental; having a mildly sickening flavor
    S: Mushy; Nauseating
    A: Callous; Insensitive
  5. e given over to dissipation and self-indulgence, immoral, recklessly extravagant; a person given to self-indulgent and wild spending
    S: Prodigal; Improvident
    A: Frugal; Economical

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the way a person behaves, overall impression made by comportment, manner, etc.; facial appearance, mien
    S: Conduct; Behavior
  2. to cut short, bring to a halt or end sooner than expected; to reduce
    S: Limit; Abbreviate; Abridge; Contract
    A: Protract; Extend
  3. courteous yielding to the wishes and ideas of another person; great respect marked by submission, as to a superior
    S: Respect; Consideration; Coutesy
    A: Contempt; Disrespect; Scorn; Disdain
  4. conclusive, final, representing the limit of what can be done
    S: Exhaustive; Authoritative
    A: Tenative; Inconclusive
  5. easily made angry, bad-tempered
    S: Irascrible; Testy
    A: Affable; Genial

5 True/False questions

  1. adamantfirm in purpose or opinion, unyielding, obdurate, implacable, inflexible; an extremely hard substance
    A: yielding; fllexible

          

  2. bulwarka strong defense or protection, a solid wall-like structure for defense; to provide such
    defense or protection
    S: Stronghold; Citadel
    A: Breach; Weakpoint

          

  3. cloyto spoil or destroy an appetite by too much indulgence, especially in sweet or rich things; to glut, satiate, surfeit
    A: Stimulate; Whet

          

  4. impromptuto send or hand in (as money); to cancel (as a penalty or punishment), forgive, pardon; to lessen, diminish; to put off, postpone, defer
    S: Pay; Absolve

          

  5. sartorialof or pertaining to a tailor or his work; having to do with clothes or dress (especially men's)