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5 Matching questions

  1. Loquacious
  2. Befuddle
  3. Cavil
  4. Verbose
  5. Disconcerting
  1. a Extremely talkative. Someone prone to nervous chatter.
  2. b Ruffled, upset. That which upsets harmony or balance.
  3. c To confuse or perplex. To mystify or confuse, as with bewildering arguments or misleading statements.
  4. d To find fault in trivial matters or raise petty objections.
  5. e Wordy. That which uses unnecessary language.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A minor, unreal or eerie similarity. Can also mean an effigy.
  2. The act of passive agreement or assent without objection.
  3. "Let the buyer beware"; a latin term warning that swindles and misrepresentation are common in the world of commerce.
  4. To twist (the body), especially in reaction to pain or strong sensation.
  5. Strong and powerful; reminiscent of the god Hercules in vitality. Also can mean daunting or formidable-so difficult as to require the strength of Hercules

5 True/False questions

  1. CanonicalIn accordance with or conforming to established (church) law. Also accepted as belonging within a body of work.

          

  2. CanardTo find fault in trivial matters or raise petty objections.

          

  3. Shangri-LaIn accordance with or conforming to established (church) law. Also accepted as belonging within a body of work.

          

  4. EquivocalIn accordance with or conforming to established (church) law. Also accepted as belonging within a body of work.

          

  5. Tete-a-TeteAbusive language. denunciatory or overly harsh speech or writing.