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5 Matching questions

  1. wastrel
  2. allure
  3. misnomer
  4. crestfallen
  5. lamentable
  1. a (n) an suitable or misleading name

    misnaming, malapropism
  2. b (n) a wasteful person, spendthrft; a good-for-nothing

    loafer, idler, squanderer, profligate
  3. c (adj) to be regretted or pitied

    deplorable, regrettable, distressing
  4. d (v) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to
    (n) a strong attraction; the power to attract, charm

    syn: (v) beguile, tantalize; (n) temptation, enticement
    ant: (v) repel, turn off; (n) repellent
  5. e (adj) discouraged, dejected, downcast

    despodent, disconsolate

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (n) one who advocates, speaks for, explains, or interprets

    dfender, champion, interpreter
  2. (adj) winding, having many curves; lithe and flexible

    twisting, convoluted, serpentine, supple
  3. (v) to accept without protest; to agree or submit

    syn: comply with, accede, consent, yield
    ant: resist, protest
  4. (n) a period of relief or rest

    interval, intermission, lull, breather
  5. (adj) incapable of being overcome

    invincible, insurmountable

5 True/False questions

  1. askew(adj, adv) twisted to one side, crooked; dissaprovingly

    syn: awry, lopsided, cockeyed
    ant: straight, symmetrical

          

  2. profess(v) to desire something belonging to another

    crave, yearn for, hunger for

          

  3. covet(v) to desire something belonging to another

    crave, yearn for, hunger for

          

  4. blithe(adj) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned

    syn: carefree, nonchalant, indifferent
    ant: glum, morose, despondent, depressed

          

  5. disheveled(n) a wasteful person, spendthrft; a good-for-nothing

    loafer, idler, squanderer, profligate