5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a (adj.) having a sharp vibrating sound; a nasally voice quality
- b adjective
1.producing an intended effect; adequate.
2. valid or binding, as an agreement or document.
- c 1. the act of willing, choosing, or resolving;
2. a choice or decision made by the will.
3. the power of willing; will.
- d -noun
1.a vehement (sometimes official) expression of disapproval
-verb (used with or w.o object)
3.to harshly criticize or reproach, or to give criticism
- e adjective
1. marked by or attended with ignominy; discreditable; humiliating
2. bearing or deserving ignominy; contemptible.
5 Multiple choice questions
- lacking vitality; listless and weak (due to low red blood cell count)
2.adjective: of the color red
1. a person who dedicates his or her life to a pursuit of contemplative ideals and practices extreme self-denial or self-mortification for religious reasons.
2. a person who leads an austerely simple life, abstaining from the normal pleasures of life and denying himself or herself material satisfaction.
3. (in the early Christian church) a monk; hermit.
-adjective Also, as⋅cet⋅i⋅cal.
4. pertaining to asceticism.
5. rigorously abstinent, austere, or exceedingly strict or severe in religious exercises or self-mortification.
- a general truth or rule of conduct; a short saying
- verb (used with object)
1.to arouse curiosity or interest by fascinating or compelling qualities; captivate
2.to achieve or earn by appealing to someone
3.to draw or capture
4.to plot craftily or underhandedly.
6 deceitful plots or the use of those plots.
8.a secret love affair
9.conflicts forming the plot of a play.
5 True/False questions
naphtha → n. A light, colorless, volatile, inflammable oil used as a solvent, or fuel
apocalypse → a prophetic revelation, especially one concerning the end of the world, when good triumphs over evil
stratagems → a plan, scheme, or trick for surprising or deceiving an enemy
3. venerable → -noun
1.a short allegorical story designed to illustrate or teach some truth, religious principle, or moral lesson.
2.a statement or comment that conveys a meaning indirectly by the use of comparison, analogy, or the like.
salamander → any of various typically terrestrial amphibians that resemble lizards and that return to water only to breed
2. mythical creature that lives in fire
3. metal plate heated to glaze baked good
4. oven heated by gas