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5 Matching questions

  1. sobriety
  2. transcendent
  3. verbosity
  4. transcript
  5. effervescent
  1. a going beyond ordinary limits; surpassing or extraordinary
    adjective
    root word: scandere- to climb
  2. b the use or containment of an excessive number of words; wordy
    noun
  3. c something transcribed; a written, typewritten, or printed copy, especially of a legal record or a student's school record
    noun
  4. d emitting a profusion of small bubbles of gas; bubbling; produced by effervescence; high-spirited, ebullient, vivacious
    adjective
  5. e the state or quality of being sober; temperance or moderation; seriousness; solemnity
    noun

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to make milder or less severe; mitigate, ease; to satisfy, mollify, or pacify
    verb
    root word: suavis - sweet
  2. to make, put or set right; remedy;correct
    verb
    root word: rect- straight
  3. the desire to harm others or to see others suffer; ill-will, spite; the intent, without just cause or reason, to commit an unlawful act that will result in injury to another
    noun
  4. to regard with repugnance; loathe
    verb
    root word : horrer - to shudder
  5. the substitution of an inoffensive term for one considered offensively explicit; the term thus substituted
    noun

5 True/False questions

  1. vaguethe desire to harm others or to see others suffer; ill-will, spite; the intent, without just cause or reason, to commit an unlawful act that will result in injury to another
    noun

          

  2. admonishto counsel against something; caution or advise; to notify of or reprove for a fault.
    verb

          

  3. paucitysmallness of number, fewness; smallness of quantity; dearth, scarcity
    noun

          

  4. notoriousthe state or quality of being sober; temperance or moderation; seriousness; solemnity
    noun

          

  5. surreptitiouswidely but unfavorable know; publicly or generally known
    adjective
    root word: notus - known