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  1. Indemnity
  2. Manifest
  3. Inception
  4. Juncture
  5. Non sequitur
  1. a noun: The beginning of something, such as an undertaking; a commencement.
  2. b adjective: Clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious.

    verb: To evidence; to prove; to show or demonstrate plainly; to reveal.
  3. c noun: A place where two things are joined. (confluence).
  4. d noun: A contractual agreement made between different parties to compensate for any possible or anticipated damages or losses.
  5. e noun: An inference or conclusion that does not follow logically from the premises or evidence provided.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. noun: A peculiarity of behavior, mode of dress, or pronunciation that distinguishes a particular class or set of persons.
  2. adjective: Harmful to living things; injurious to physical or mental health. (pernicious).
  3. noun: A person or thing that assumes the leadership or forefront, as of a profession or industry.
  4. adjective: Of, relating to, or constituting an island. (parochial).
  5. adjective: Open to bribery; willing to be corrupted; capable of betraying honor, duty, or ethics for financial or material gain.

5 True/False questions

  1. Expoundnoun: A string or chain of flowers, foliage, or ribbons, suspended in a curve between two points.

    verb: To decorate or embellish with ornament.

          

  2. Fosternoun: A string or chain of flowers, foliage, or ribbons, suspended in a curve between two points.

    verb: To decorate or embellish with ornament.

          

  3. Anodyneadjective: Capable of soothing or eliminating pain.

    noun: A medicine, such as aspirin, that relieves pain.

          

  4. Obliqueadjective: Hardened against feeling; stubbornly impenitent; not giving into persuasion. (callous, insensate, insentient, obstinate, pertinacious).

          

  5. Manifoldadjective: Clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious.

    verb: To evidence; to prove; to show or demonstrate plainly; to reveal.