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  1. buff
  2. raging
  3. coast
  4. strut
  5. erect
  1. a to become turgid, swell. to walk with a proud gait. .
  2. b a garment made of buff leather. The state of being nude. A moderate orange yellow.
  3. c the land near a shore, seashore. obsolete, border, frontier.
  4. d vertical in position, not to spread out or decumbent. Characterized by firm or rigid straightness in bodily posture
  5. e causing great pain or distress. violent or wild. Extraordinary, tremendous.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. broken frangments resulting from the decay or destruction of a building. 2. waterworn or roght broken stones or bricks used in coarse masonry or in fillinf courses of walls. 3. rough stone as it comes from the quarry.
  2. a fabric or structure of cords ot wires that cross a regular intervals and are knotted or secured at the crossings. 2. a system of lines or channels resembling a network.
  3. the bed where a natural stream of water runs. The deeper part of the river, harbor or strait. A path through which information flows. 2. long gutter grove ot furrow.
  4. to throw forward: hurl; to release, catipult, or send off 2. to set afloat, to put in operation or set in motion.
  5. a metal tool with a sharpened edge at one end used to chip, carve ot cut into a solid material.

5 True/False questions

  1. ambleto go at or as if at an amble; saunter

          

  2. intricatevertical in position, not to spread out or decumbent. Characterized by firm or rigid straightness in bodily posture

          

  3. gulfa garment made of buff leather. The state of being nude. A moderate orange yellow.

          

  4. corridora passageway into whick compartments or rooms open. a place or position in which especially political power in welded through discussion or deal-making.

          

  5. demolish1. tear down, to break peices to peices; smash. 2. to do away with: destroy: to strip of any pretense of merit or credence.