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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. peroration
  2. countenance
  3. evince
  4. redact
  5. duplicity
  1. a to show clearly
  2. b revise, edit
  3. c verb - to permit or tolerate
  4. d long speech characterized by lofty or pompous language
  5. e double-dealing, speaking or acting 2 diff. ways

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to send or consign to an inferior position
  2. a feeling of extreme repugnance or aversion (dislike)
  3. incapable of being evaded
  4. to surround /w military forces, harassed
  5. to widen in scope OR to make greater in power,

5 True/False questions

  1. superannuateto weaken

          

  2. purportto present, express, imply ~ usually falsely

          

  3. obsequiousfawning, obedient

          

  4. discernto perceive by the sight or other sense

          

  5. excoriateto denounce or berate severly