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5 Matching questions

  1. impediment
  2. Vilify
  3. haughty
  4. steadfast
  5. forlorn
  1. a (adj.) totally abandoned and helpless; sad and lonely; wretched or pitiful; almost hopeless
    (Syn.) woebegone, forsaken, bereft, pathetic
    (Ant.) jaunty, buoyant, blithe, chipper
  2. b (adj.) chillingly proud and scornful
    (Syn.) disdainful, supercilious
    (Ant.) meek, humble, unassuming, modest
  3. c (v.) to abuse or belittle unjustly or maliciously
    (Syn.) malign, defame, denigrate, traduce
    (Ant.) Glorify, extol, lionize
  4. d (adj.) firmly fixed; constant, not moving or changing
    (Syn.) loyal, faithful, unwavering
    (Ant.) inconstant, fickle, unreliable, vacillating
  5. e (n.) a physical defect; a hindrance, obstacle
    (Syn.) obstruction, stumbling block
    (Ant.) help, advantage, asset, plus

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (n.) a person (usually a child) without a home or friend; a stray person or animal; something that comes along by chance, a stray bit
    (Syn.) stray, ragamuffin, street urchin
  2. (adj.) much boasted about in a vain or swaggering way
    (Syn.) trumpeted, heralded
    (Ant.) downplayed, soft-pedaled, de-emphasized
  3. (v.) to hesitate, stumble, lose courage; to speak hesitatingly; to lose drive, weaken, decline
    (Syn.) waver
    (Ant.) persevere, plug away at
  4. (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
  5. (n.) the quality of exceeding all moral bounds; an exceedingly evil act; huge size, immensity
    (Syn.) atrociousness, heinousness, atrocity, vastness
    (Ant.) mildness, harmlessness, innocuousness

5 True/False questions

  1. Adapt(n.) a person (usually a child) without a home or friend; a stray person or animal; something that comes along by chance, a stray bit
    (Syn.) stray, ragamuffin, street urchin

          

  2. plunder(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. loiter(v.) to linger in an aimless way, hang around, dawdle, tarry
    (Ant.) hurry along

          

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

          

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

          

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