5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Wrested (474)
- skulked (451)
- hue (312)
- ardent (287)
- a measure (the depth of a body of water). to be of a specified depth : at its deepest, the lake scarcely plumbed seven feet.
- b keep out of sight, typically with a sinister or cowardly motive: don't skulk outside the door like a spy!
- c to take something from a person's grasp or possesion by force or power. The knight wrested his opponents sword from his grasp.
- d intensely devoted, eager, or enthusiastic; ex. The ardent students were very eager to listen to their teachers lecture.
- e A tone or color/tint. The hue of the picture was more green then any other color.
5 Multiple choice questions
- to be in a state of extreme anger or rage After he got his test back, Rick was seething with rage at his bad grade.
- a disorderly retreat of defeated troops, a decisive defeat. the party lost more than half their seats in the rout.
- an expert judgement in matters of taste The cheese connoisseur was able to tell us which cheeses to buy in certain places around the world.
- a murderous person, violent. The violent city was full of cut throat and crime.
- the period of a person's or thing's greatest success, popularity, or vigor. Today was his heyday.
5 True/False questions
Brazen (438) → bold and without shame The brazen warmonger frustrated many people.
unhinged (456) → to move lightly and swiftly; fly, dart, or skim along.
imperious (326) → urgent; imperative: imperious need. Or, My older sister always uses an imperious tone with me, thinking she's the boss of all of us just because she's older.
roving (325) → roaming or wandering.
groping (440) → To run in a relaxed and easy way.