5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- yoked (324)
- wraith (256)
- harangue (348)
- lithe (300)
- gust (262)
- a thin, supple, and graceful (especially a person's body)
- b To deliver a speech or piece of writing characterized by strong feeling or expression;
- c to attach an animal to a plow or vehicle. I yoked the horse to the cart so we could ride in it.
- d A ghost or ghostlike image of someone
- e a brief, strong rush of wind. A burst of something such as rain, sound, or emotion : gusts of rain lashed down the narrow alleys.
5 Multiple choice questions
- contemptibly lacking in courage; cowardly : The general was ashamed of his craven refusal of his moral duty.
- Something that is given great respect and is admired. The revered doctor was famous for his work with transplants.
- A person or thing that is likely to cause harm; a threat or danger
- a locomotive maintenance shed built around a turntable
- to take something from a person's grasp or possesion by force or power. The knight wrested his opponents sword from his grasp.
5 True/False questions
rout (442) → to tie up (somebody, something) with their legs and arms behind their back. The chef trussed the chicken before cooking it.
lingered (463) → secured, settled, sealed in
brash (284) → impertinent; impudent; tactless: "A brash young man is not wise enough to make his own decisions."
haul (331) → A tone or color/tint. The hue of the picture was more green then any other color.
ample (299) → Causing or involving great fear or suffering; dreadful. Elpenor's risky behavior resulted in dire consequences.