VOCABULARY From the list bellow, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. evoke expatriate heinous frowzy inane sere enhance enunciate B. Jerry squinted and ran his hand through his ____ mop of hair. The Pacific sun was already high in the sky, and he had a lot of work to accomplish before his guests arrived that evening. Originally from a Minnesota diary, Jerry has lived on the tiny Micronesian Island for over sixteen years. He never really considered himself to be a[n] ____, but then again, he didn't ever plan to return to United States, either. Thinking that might be a good idea to _____ his front yard before his visitors arrived, Jerry grabbed a machete and walked to the coconut grove in front of his shack. Huffing, Jerry chopped at the ____, withered fronds hanging against the trunks of the palm trees. When he finished cutting the fronds, he gathered the stray coconuts some months old and piled then in the corner of his yard. The yard looked sharp, even with Jerry's dilapidated shack in the background. As a bonus, Jerry decided to place two rows of tiki-torches along the path to the shack. Jerry thought that such trinkets were ____, but he wanted his two nieces from Cleveland to get the total island experience. VOCABULARY From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. negligence, augment, expunge, bigot, argot, strident, chaos, tradition B. Much to everyone's dislike, the outspoken ____ used the ____ of the slave trade to ____ his racial supremacy speeches. The speeches often accompanied the ___ sounds of screaming protesters, many of whom claimed that the speaker's ___ in teaching tolerance inspired his followers to commit hate crimes throughout the country. He stood alone on the stage as he addresses the angered crowd; even his former friends and colleagues wanted to ___ him from their lives.