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5 Matching questions

  1. tenacious
  2. incessant
  3. intricate
  4. ghastly
  5. credible
  1. a adj. frightful, horrible; deathly pale
    syn:dreadfall, appalling, gruesome, grisly
    ant:pleseant, agreeable, attractive, delightful
  2. b adj. complicated; difficult to understand
    syn:complex, convoluted
    ant: simple, uninvolved, uncomplicated
  3. c adj. believable
    syn:plausible, acceptable, likely
    snt: unbelieveable, implausible, improbable
  4. d adj. never stopping, going on all the time
    syn:ceaseless, constant, uniterrupted
    ant:occasional, sporadic, intermittent
  5. e adj. holding fast; holding together firmly, persistant
    syn: obstinate, stubborn, dogged
    ant: yeilding, weak, gentle, lax, slack

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. v. to jeer at, mock, n. an insulting or mocking remark
    syn:v. ridicule, deride
    ant:v. cheer, applaude, acclaim
  2. adj. occuring or publishing after death
    syn: postmortem
    ant: prenatal
  3. adj, poor in state of pverty; depleted
    syn: poverty-stricken, destitute, indigent
    ant: rich, wealthy, affluent, prosperous
  4. v. to hold back
    syn: hinder, obstruct, impede, inhibit
    ant: facilitate, ease, smoothe the way
  5. adj. overly neat, precise, proper, or formal; prudish
    syn: fussy, fastidious, squeamish
    ant: dowdy, frumpy, sloppy, untidy, loose, lax

5 True/False questions

  1. hewv. to shape or cut down with an ax; to hold to
    syn: chop, hack, fell, adhere, conform

          

  2. diligentadj. sad; dreary
    syn: sorrowful, mournful, melancholy, dolorous
    ant: cheerful, blithe, jaunty, bouyant

          

  3. defrayadj. sad; dreary
    syn: sorrowful, mournful, melancholy, dolorous
    ant: cheerful, blithe, jaunty, bouyant

          

  4. dolefuladj. sad; dreary
    syn: sorrowful, mournful, melancholy, dolorous
    ant: cheerful, blithe, jaunty, bouyant

          

  5. bondagev. to make up for
    syn: expiate, make amends for