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5 Matching questions

  1. argosy
  2. surfeit
  3. mitigate
  4. ague
  5. gild
  1. a to feed or supply to excess
  2. b a fever, especially malarial, marked by regularly recurring chill; a fit of shivering
  3. c to overlay with a thin layer of gold; to make appear bright and attractive; to make (something) seem more attractive or more valuable than it really is
  4. d to make or become milder, less severe, or less intense; moderate
  5. e a large ship, especially a merchant ship; a fleet of such ships

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. temporary; earthly; civil, not spiritual
  2. originally, management of domestic affairs, resources, etc.; careful, thrifty management; farming
  3. hardhearted; stubborn; obstinate; inflexible
  4. to challenge or discredit (a person's reputation, honor, etc.); to challenge the practices or honesty of; to accuse; to bring (a public official) before the proper tribunal on a charge of wrongdoing
  5. a command or order; a writ or order from a court prohibiting a person or group from carrying out a given action

5 True/False questions

  1. incarnationa command or order; a writ or order from a court prohibiting a person or group from carrying out a given action

          

  2. imputeto attribute, especially a fault or misconduct, to another; to charge with; to accuse (imputation=accusation)

          

  3. requiteany person not a Jew; often, specifically a Christian

          

  4. hazardto risk, to expose to danger

          

  5. satirizea bitter or prejudiced state of mind, caused by jealousy, envy, etc.; yellowish discoloration of tissues and bodily fluids with bile pigment