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5 Matching questions

  1. incapacitate
  2. grapple
  3. willful
  4. audacious
  5. perturb
  1. a (adj.) stubbornly self-willed; done on purpose, deliberate
  2. b (v.) to trouble, make uneasy; to disturb greatly; to throw into confusion
    syn: upset, agitate, anger, irritate
    ant: delight, gladden, please
  3. c (n.) an iron hook used to grab and hold; (v.) to come to grips with, wrestle or fight with
    syn: (v.) tackle, confront, struggle with
  4. d (v.) to deprive of strength or ability; to make legally ineligible
    syn: disable, debilitate, paralyze, cripple
    ant: rehabilitate, restore
  5. e (adj.) bold, adventurous, recklessly daring
    syn: enterprising, brave
    ant: timid, cowardly

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (n.) a point of view or general standpoint from which different things are viewed, physically or mentally; the appearance to the eye of various objects at a given time, place, or distance
    syn: viewpoint, sense of proportion
  2. (adj.) connected with or related to the matter at hand
    syn: pertinent, germane, applicable
    ant: unconnected, extraneous
  3. (v.) to yield to a request or command
    syn: submit to, consent to, acquiesce in
    ant: reject, refuse, decline
  4. (n.) a rope or chain used to fasten something to a fixed object; the outer limit of strength or resources (v.) to fasten with a rope or chain
    syn: (v.) tie up, chain up, leash
    ant: (v.) untie, let loose
  5. (v.) to bring together, collect, gather, especially for oneself; to come together, assemble
    syn: accumulate, pile up, garner
    ant: scatter, dissipate, squander, waster

5 True/False questions

  1. myriad(v.) to compete; to strive for victory or superiority
    syn: contend, rival

          

  2. unison(n.) a sounding together; agreement or accord
    syn: harmony, concord, assent

          

  3. skittish(adj.) extremely nervous and easily frightened; shy or timid; extremely cautious; unstable, undependable
    syn: jumpy, restive, capricious, fickle
    ant: bold, daring, reckless, cool, unflappable

          

  4. prodigious(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
    syn: gigantic, tremendous, astounding
    ant: puny, minuscule, insignificant

          

  5. longevity(n.) the choice part of a group of people or things; (adj.) superior
    syn: (n.) cream of the crop, upper crust
    ant: (n.) rank and file, dregs of society