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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. hedonist
  2. quixotic
  3. fiasco
  4. laconic
  5. zealot
  1. a very brief; concise; succinct; terse
  2. b a person who believes that a pleasure is the chief goal of life
  3. c a complete failure; a debacle
  4. d foolishly impractical in the pursuit of ideals; impractical idealism
  5. e a very enthusiastic person; a champion; a true believer, perhaps to an excessive degree; a fanatic

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a person who excels in telling
  2. the lowest point; the bottom
  3. a supporter of a person, party, or cause; a person with strong and perhaps biased beliefs
  4. a beginner; someone new to a field or activity
  5. an independent individual who does not go along with a group or party; a nonconformist

5 True/False questions

  1. maudlintearful; excessively sentimental, but not mawkish

          

  2. clairvoyanthaving the supposed power to see objects and events that cannot be perceived with the five traditional senses; a seer

          

  3. dirgethe lowest point; the bottom

          

  4. prognosticatorone who argues in support of something; an advocate; a champion of a cause

          

  5. dissemblera liar and deceiver

          

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