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  1. eviscerate
  2. verification
  3. lopsided
  4. odiousness
  5. incognito
  1. a -verb (used with object) remove the contents of or remove the entrails from; disembowel deprive of essential parts
  2. b deserving or causing hatred; hateful; detestable
  3. c adjective
    1. concealing one's identity, as under an assumed name, esp. to avoid notice
    1. done with real identity concealed
    3. a person who is incognito, or his/her disguise
    4. the state of being incognito.
  4. d -noun
    1. evidence that establishes/confirms the accuracy or truth of something
    2. the process of research/ examination, required to establish authenticity or validity
  5. e heavier or larger on one side than the other; uneven

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj.) having a sharp vibrating sound; a nasally voice quality
  2. -noun
    the violation/profanation, or stealing of anything sacred or held sacred.
  3. a branched, decorative, sometimes ornate, light fixture suspended from a ceiling
  4. -noun
    1.extreme, excessive patriot; a war monger who favors violent foreign policy
    1. of jingoes/jingoism jingo! Informal: I know you can do it, by jingo!
  5. -verb (used with object)
    1. to pity/feel sorry for/show sympathy; empathize with
    -verb (used without object)
    2. to sympathize (usually fol. by with)

5 True/False questions

  1. lasciviousadjective
    1. marked by or attended with ignominy; discreditable; humiliating
    2. bearing or deserving ignominy; contemptible.


  2. chattelan item of personal, movable property; slave


  3. acquiescence-adjective
    1. vanishing; fading away; fleeting.


  4. pious-adjective
    1. having high (sometimes hypocritical) reverence for God/virtue/authority or an earnest wish to fulfill religious obligations.
    2. falsely earnest, devout or sincere
    3. pertaining to religious devotion; sacred


  5. pedagogynoun
    1. wild uproar and confusion. insane asylum or madhouse.