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5 Matching questions

  1. precipice
  2. biased
  3. hoodwink
  4. daunt
  5. disentangle
  1. a (n) a very steep cliff; the brink or edge of disaster (syn) cliff, crag, bluff, promontory, ledge (ant) abyss, chasm, gorge
  2. b (v) to free from tangles or complications (syn) unravel, unwind, unscramble, unsnarl (ant) tangle up, ensnarl, snag
  3. c (adj) favoring one side unduly; prejudiced (syn) unfair, partial, bigoted,(ant) fair, impartial, unprejudiced, just
  4. d (v) to mislead by a trick, deceive (syn) dupe, put one over on (ant) undeceive, disabuse, clue in
  5. e (v) to overcome with fear, intimidate; to dishearten, discourage (syn) dismay, cow (ant)encourage, embolden, ressure

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj) no having life; without energy or spirit (syn) lifeless, dead, inert, spiritless (ant) living , alive, energetic, lively, sprightly
  2. (v) to run off and hide (syn) bolt, make off, skip town
  3. (adj) favorable; fortunate (syn) promising, encouraging, propitious (ant) ill-omened, ominous, sinister
  4. (adj) hard to do, requiring much effort (syn)hard, difficult, laborious, fatiguing (ant) easy, simple, effortless
  5. (n) a lack of government and law, confusion (syn) chaos, disorder, turmoil, pandemonium (ant) law and order, peace and quiet

5 True/False questions

  1. revile(v) to attack with words, call bad names (syn) inveigh, against, malign, vilify, denounce (ant) praise, acclaim, revere, idolize

          

  2. reprieve(n) a temporary relief or delay; (v) to grant a postponement (syn) (n) stay, respite; (v) postpone, delay (ant) (v) proceed

          

  3. pompous(adj) overly self-important in speech and manner; excessively stately and ceremonious (syn) pretentious, highfalutin, bombastic (ant)unpretentious, unaffected,plain

          

  4. incinerate(v) to burn to ashes (syn) burn up, cremate, reduce to ashes

          

  5. intrepid(adj) determined in advance by destiny or fortune (syn) destined, preordained, doomed (ant) accidental, fortuitous, chance, random