VOCABULARY From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph, Some words will not he used. Dally, caricature, beleaguer, amalgamate, hone, felonious, demented. Doctor Rearick, a famous chemist, mused at the _____ of himself in the editorial cartoon. The artist had depicted the aging chemist as a[n] ______ scientist, like Victor Frankenstein or Doctor Moreau, at a lab table trying to ______ two mysterious liquids by pouring them both into a steaming test tube. Reporters ______ him with phone calls for days after he announced the discovery of a remarkable new alloy, and Rearick knew that he would need to _____ his public speaking skills before he explained the full significance of the discovery In front of the television news cameras. VOCABULARY From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. beget, imbibe, chafe, feign, desist, glean, effrontery, educe. The psychologist used a form of hypnotism to _____ her patient's childhood memories. Little by little, the doctor _____ clues that might _____ the solution to Kate's disorder. Originally, the doctor worried that Kate would _____ compliance and simply pretend to remember things, but the doctor could tell that the memories were real by the way in which they seemed to _____ the patient emotionally. One hour was all Kate could stand before her therapy had to _____ for the day.