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5 Matching questions

  1. covet
  2. profess
  3. respite
  4. sonorous
  5. wastrel
  1. a (v) to affirm openly; to state or belief in; to claim, pretend

    assert, declare, proclaim, purport
  2. b (adj) full, deep, or rich in sound; impressive in style

    resonant, resounding, grandiloquent
  3. c (v) to desire something belonging to another

    crave, yearn for, hunger for
  4. d (n) a period of relief or rest

    interval, intermission, lull, breather
  5. e (n) a wasteful person, spendthrft; a good-for-nothing

    loafer, idler, squanderer, profligate

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj) given to much talking, tediously chatty

    talkitive, loquacious, long-winded
  2. (v) to accept without protest; to agree or submit

    syn: comply with, accede, consent, yield
    ant: resist, protest
  3. (adj) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned

    syn: carefree, nonchalant, indifferent
    ant: glum, morose, despondent, depressed
  4. (adj) rumpled, mussed; hanging in disorder

    untidy, disarranged, tousled, unkempt
  5. (adj, adv) twisted to one side, crooked; dissaprovingly

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

5 True/False questions

  1. misnomer(n) an suitable or misleading name

    misnaming, malapropism

          

  2. insuperable(adj) incapable of being overcome

    invincible, insurmountable

          

  3. allure(adj) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned

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

          

  4. contentious(adj) full, deep, or rich in sound; impressive in style

    resonant, resounding, grandiloquent

          

  5. lamentable(adj) to be regretted or pitied

    deplorable, regrettable, distressing

          

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