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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. subtle
  2. pious
  3. promulgate
  4. impunity
  5. expiation
  1. a To proclaim, to publicly or formally declare something
  2. b Not obvious, able to make fine distinctions, ingenious
  3. c Freedom from punishment or harm
  4. d Reverent or devout, outwardly reverent or devout
  5. e The act of dispelling guilt

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Evil fame or reputation, public disgrace, dishonor
  2. Glaringly bad, notorious, scandalous
  3. unlucky
  4. Contrariness, the urge to do what is forbidden
  5. To deceive

5 True/False questions

  1. calamitydisaster


  2. unabatedContinuing, unstopped, undiminished


  3. prerogativeAn exclusive right or privilege


  4. atonementThe act of making amends, making up for wrongdoing


  5. ignominyEvil fame or reputation, public disgrace, dishonor