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5 Matching questions

  1. bondage
  2. doleful
  3. defray
  4. sardonic
  5. prim
  1. a to pay for
  2. b overly neat, precise, proper, formal, prudish antonyms; dowdy, frumpy, sloppy, untidy, loose, lax
  3. c sad, dreary antonyms; cheerful, blithe, jaunty, buoyant
  4. d slavery, any state of being bound or held down antonyms; freedom, liberty, independence
  5. e grimly or scornfully mocking, bitterly sarcastic antonyms; bland, mild, saccharine, good-natured

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. exceeding what is sufficient or required, excess antonyms; necessary, essential, vital, indispensable
  2. holding fast, holding together firmly, persistant antonyms; yielding, weak, gentle, lax, slack
  3. to take the place of, supersede
  4. to hold back antonyms; facilitate, ease, smooth the way
  5. to shape or cut down with an axe, to hold to

5 True/False questions

  1. tauntto make up for

          

  2. incessantnever stopping, going on all the time antonyms; occasional, sporadic, intermittent

          

  3. intricatenever stopping, going on all the time antonyms; occasional, sporadic, intermittent

          

  4. posthumousholding fast, holding together firmly, persistant antonyms; yielding, weak, gentle, lax, slack

          

  5. lucideasy to understand, clear, rational, sane antonyms; murky, muddy, obscure, unintelligible