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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. raze
  2. querulous
  3. ravage
  4. rancid
  5. quiescent
  1. a completely destroy: demolish, annihilate, flatten, level, wreck, ruin, devastate
  2. b with disagreeable taste, causing disgust: reeking, fetid, sour, rank, rotten, stinking, putrid, stale, foul
  3. c inactive: still, dormant
  4. d tending to complain: critical, difficult, negative, whining, moaning, grumbling, argumentative, irritable, confrontational, petulant, grouchy
  5. e completely wreck or damage something: devastate, destroy, desolate, ruin, despoil, pillage, plunder, sack, ransack

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. righteousness; correctness: morality, goodness, decency, integrity, uprightness
  2. grasping; destructive and vicious; predatory: greedy, voracious, avid, gluttonous, ravenous, insatiable, harmful, aggressive, dangerous, violent, preying, plundering
  3. suggesting; aromatic: evocative, reminiscent, indicative, recalling, scented, odorous, fragrant, perfumed
  4. put stop to something: suppress, subdue, crush, control, defeat, conquer, repress, allay, assuage, alleviate, mollify, mitigate, soothe, calm
  5. occurring unchecked; growing wildly: lush, extensive, rambling, proliferating, flourishing, multiplying, epidemic, uncontrolled, widespread, raging, threatening

5 True/False questions

  1. recessiondecline in economic activity; withdrawal: slump, downturn, collapse, decline, depression, stagnation


  2. recurrentoccurring again: regular, repeated, persistent, frequent, periodic, intermittent, continual, chronic, spasmodic


  3. rebuffreject or snub


  4. recuperateunderstood by only experts: obscure, abstruse, complex, esoteric, hidden, concealed


  5. raucousunpleasantly loud: shrill, harsh


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