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5 Matching questions

  1. falter
  2. plunder
  3. Dovetail
  4. vaunted
  5. foreboding
  1. a (v.) to fit together exactly; to connect so as to form a whole;
    (n.) a carpentry figure resembling a dove's tail
    (Syn.) (v.) mesh, jive, harmonize
    (Ant.) clash, be at odds
  2. b (v.) to rob by force, especially during wartime; to seize wrongfully; (n.) property stolen by force
    (Syn.) (v.) pillage, loot, sack
    (n.) spoils, pelf
  3. c (v.) to hesitate, stumble, lose courage; to speak hesitatingly; to lose drive, weaken, decline
    (Syn.) waver
    (Ant.) persevere, plug away at
  4. d (n.) a warning or feeling that something bad will happen;
    (adj.) marked by fear, ominous
    (Syn.) (N.) misgiving, presentiment, premonition
  5. e (adj.) much boasted about in a vain or swaggering way
    (Syn.) trumpeted, heralded
    (Ant.) downplayed, soft-pedaled, de-emphasized

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (v.) To bear witness, affirm to be true or genuine
    (Syn.) witness, verify, confirm, corroborate
    (Ant.) deny, disprove, refute, rebut
  2. (v.) to smile or speak in a silly, forced way;
    (n.) a silly, forced smile
    (Syn.) (v.) snicker, smirk, titter, giggle
  3. (V.)To adjust or change to suit conditions
    (Syn.) regulate, alter, acclimate
    (Ant.) remain unchange
  4. (v.) to pretend illness to avoid duty or work, lie down on the job
    (Syn.) goof off, shirk
  5. (adj.) short but full of meaning and point
    (Syn.) terse, short and sweet, meaty, telling
    (Ant.) wordy, verbose, long-winded, follish, inane

5 True/False questions

  1. Vilify(v.) to abuse or belittle unjustly or maliciously
    (Syn.) malign, defame, denigrate, traduce
    (Ant.) Glorify, extol, lionize

          

  2. steadfast(V.)To adjust or change to suit conditions
    (Syn.) regulate, alter, acclimate
    (Ant.) remain unchange

          

  3. haughty(adj.) short but full of meaning and point
    (Syn.) terse, short and sweet, meaty, telling
    (Ant.) wordy, verbose, long-winded, follish, inane

          

  4. impediment(n.) a physical defect; a hindrance, obstacle
    (Syn.) obstruction, stumbling block
    (Ant.) help, advantage, asset, plus

          

  5. forlorn(n.) a warning or feeling that something bad will happen;
    (adj.) marked by fear, ominous
    (Syn.) (N.) misgiving, presentiment, premonition