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  1. v. to prevent somebody or something from making further progress
  2. n. a difference between two or more things such as opinions or attitudes
  3. adj. so thoughtless, vulgar, and insensitive as to lack all refinement or delicacy
  4. adj. marked by lucky signs or good omens, and therefore by the promise of success or happiness
  5. adj. appearing to be true but really false

5 True/False questions

  1. moratoriumn. a bitter verbal or written attack on somebody or something

          

  2. imposingadj. large and stately, thus creating an impression of grandeur

          

  3. contingentadj. dependent on or resulting from a future and as yet unknown event or circumstance

          

  4. modicumn. an indication that something, often something unpleasant, is going to happen

          

  5. breadthn. the extent of something, especially when it is impressively great

          

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