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  1. gam'bol
  2. lampoon'
  3. debauch'
  4. phil'istine
  5. refrac'tory
  1. a verb/noun. to corrupt morally, seduce, to indulge in dissipation. an act or occasion of dissipation or vice
  2. b noun/verb. a malicious sature; to satirize, ridicule
  3. c adjective/noun. lacking in, hostile to, or smugly indifferent to cultural and artistic values or refinements
  4. d ver. to jump or skip about playfully
  5. e adjective. stubborn; hard or difficult to manage; not responsive to treatment or cure

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. noun. full freedom or authority to act at one's own discretion
  2. noun. the ability to say and do the right thing in any situation; social competence
  3. noun. an agent or force inflicting vengeance or punishment' retribution itself; an unbeatable rival
  4. adjective. overly demanding or hard to plase; excessively careful in regard to details; easily disgusted
  5. noun. dazzling or conspicuous success or acclaim; great brilliance

5 True/False questions

  1. mall'eablenoun. a state of being temporarily inactive, suspended, or set aside


  2. belea'guerverb. to set upon from all sides; to surround with an army; to trouble, harass


  3. quea'syadjective. nauseated or uneasy; causing nausea or uneasiness; troubled


  4. imbue'verb. to soak or stain thoroughly; to fill the mind


  5. ambiv'alentnoun. a state of being temporarily inactive, suspended, or set aside


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