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5 Matching questions

  1. incipient
  2. grandiose
  3. recondite
  4. (to be) docile
  5. (to) vilify
  1. a emerging, budding, beginning, in the early stages
  2. b hard to understand, over one's head, esoteric
  3. c to slander, to speak badly of, to put down, to say vile things about
  4. d absurdly exaggerated, over-blown, pretentious, or referring to an unrealistic sense of gradeur
  5. e to be easily manageable, to be passive and compliant, to be malleable

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to free from blame or obligation, to forgive
  2. insignificant, ridiculously or insultingly small
  3. reserved, cautious as to what is spoken or shared, unobtrusive, not blatant
  4. an essential part of
  5. a fortress, a stronghold, a fortified place

5 True/False questions

  1. temerityinsignificant, ridiculously or insultingly small

          

  2. deduceto zeal, ardor, impassioned enthusiasm, intensity of feeling

          

  3. domesticthe home or household

          

  4. agarianverified by experience or observation, not merely theoretical

          

  5. rapacioushaughty, patronizing, contemptuous