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5 Matching questions

  1. Aesthetic
  2. Languid/ Langour
  3. Pastoral
  4. Portentous
  5. Indignant
  1. a (adj) ominously significant or indicative; marvelous, amazing, prodigious
  2. b (adj) (p. 28): having the simplicity, charm, serenity, or other characteristics generally attributed to rural areas; pertaining to the country life; suggesting the idyllic life of shepherds or the country
  3. c (adj)/(n) 1) lacking in vigor or vitality; slack or slow
    2) lacking in spirit or interest; listlessl indifferent
    3) Drooping or flagging from weakness or fatiguel faint
  4. d (adj) (p. 180): having a sense of the beautiful (The room was aesthetically pleasing)
  5. e (adj) feeling, characterized by or expressing strong displeasure at come thing considered unjust, offensive, insulting or base

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. n): greenness/flourishing vegetation; freshness in general—a flourishing condition
  2. n): heroic courage; honorable bravery
  3. (v) (p. 89): to perplex or amaze; to confuse; to fail to distinguish one from another or mix up
  4. n): proper behavior; what is right is a certain social circumstance
  5. v): to beg; to urgently persist in solicitation (adj = importunate)

5 True/False questions

  1. Jaunty(adj) (p. 50): 1) easy and sprightly in manner or bearing; 2) smartly neat and trim, as clothing

          

  2. Phantasmagoria(n) 1) a shifting series of phantams, illusions or deceptive appearances, as in a dream or as created by the imagination
    2) a changing scene made up of many elements
    3) an optical illusion produced by a magic lantern or the like in which figures increased or diminished in size, pass into eachother, dissolve, ect

          

  3. Complacent(adj) (p. 48): large or bulky of body; portly; stout; fat

          

  4. edifice(n) light, playful banter or raillery

          

  5. Somnambulatorylaws regulating excess and extravagance (of attire, materials, etc.) - Describes a set of rules: usually before laws