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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. quell
  2. quixotic
  3. rapacious
  4. recrimination
  5. rectify
  1. a put stop to something: suppress, subdue, crush, control, defeat, conquer, repress, allay, assuage, alleviate, mollify, mitigate, soothe, calm
  2. b correct something: remedy, cure, repair, fix, resolve, mend
  3. c excessively romantic: idealist, impractical
  4. d grasping; destructive and vicious; predatory: greedy, voracious, avid, gluttonous, ravenous, insatiable, harmful, aggressive, dangerous, violent, preying, plundering
  5. e accusing of somebody in return: blame, reproach, allegation, retort, retaliation

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. resentment: acrimony, bitterness, malice, vindictiveness, spite, nastiness, malevolence, venom, animosity, hatred
  2. regain health: convalesce, recover, improve, mend, retrieve, reclaim, recapture, salvage, regain, rescue, claim, repossess
  3. suggesting; aromatic: evocative, reminiscent, indicative, recalling, scented, odorous, fragrant, perfumed
  4. tending to complain: critical, difficult, negative, whining, moaning, grumbling, argumentative, irritable, confrontational, petulant, grouchy
  5. reject or snub

5 True/False questions

  1. reconditeunderstood by only experts: obscure, abstruse, complex, esoteric, hidden, concealed


  2. reciprocalin return; complementing: mutual, joint, shared, equal, common


  3. reactionarycorrect something: remedy, cure, repair, fix, resolve, mend


  4. quiescentexcessively romantic: idealist, impractical


  5. razecompletely destroy: demolish, annihilate, flatten, level, wreck, ruin, devastate