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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. incredulous (adjective)
  2. credence (noun)
  3. diversion (noun)
  4. incontrovertible (adjective)
  5. accredit (verb)
  1. a acceptance as true or valid; belief
  2. b unquestionable; impossible to dispute
  3. c a. an action or a ploy that turns attention away - b. something that distracts the mind and relaxes or entertains - c. the act or instance of turning aside
  4. d disbelieving; showing disbelief; skeptical
  5. e a. to officially recognize or approve as having met certain standards - b. to credit with; to attribute to

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to return to a former condition, pratice, subject or belief
  2. something that gives one confidence or authority; evidence of one's qualifications
  3. an evildoer; a villian
  4. a. to turn away - b. to ward off
  5. a. deserving of limited praise; sufficiently good - b. worthy of praise

5 True/False questions

  1. invert (verb)to turn upside down or inside out; to reverse the position or order of

          

  2. aversion (noun)a. an action or a ploy that turns attention away - b. something that distracts the mind and relaxes or entertains - c. the act or instance of turning aside

          

  3. credibility (noun)believablilty; reliablilty; the power to inspire belief

          

  4. irreversible (adjective)a. deserving of limited praise; sufficiently good - b. worthy of praise

          

  5. inadvertently (adverb)to turn upside down or inside out; to reverse the position or order of