5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a to speak or cry out with derision or mockery (verb/noun)
- b deserving honor or esteem (adj.)- comes from "merit-" which means "deserving praise or recognition"
- c positive, active, and typically mutual hatred or ill will (noun)- comes from "enemi" meaning "enemy"
- d an order usually having the force of law (noun/verb)
- e a group of related individuals; one's relative; family relationship (kindship) (adj.)- comes from "kin" meaning "family)
5 Multiple choice questions
- sharply and harsh or unpleasantly pungent in taste or odor; irritating (adj)- comes from acr-/acer meaning sharp
- feeling shame or humiliation (noun)
- to go beyond a boundary or limit; to pass beyond or go over a limit or boundary (verb)- comes from "trans" meaning "across", and "gress" meaning "to go or step"
- expressed or carried on without words or speech (adj)- comes from tacite/tacitus meaning silent
- the dispensing or receiving of reward or punishment especially in the hereafter (noun)- comes from "tribuer" meaning "to give"
5 True/False questions
malevolent → having, showing, or arising from intense often vicious ill will, spite, or hatred (adj)- coems from mal meaning bad
bravado → expressed or carried on without words or speech (adj)- comes from tacite/tacitus meaning silent
indignation → angered aroused by something unjust, unworthy, or mean (noun)- comes from "indignus" meaning "unworthy"
ebullience → honor or respect felt or shown (noun)- comes from "revere/ver" meaning "fear"
ludicrous → marked by propriety and good taste; correct; smart/clever (adj)- comes from "decere" meaning "beauty/to be fitting"