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From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. charlatan, levity, naive, bask, enraptured, fickle, hoax, mundane, amicable. When the _____ citizens of Reynoldsville finally realized that their forty-cent bottles of miracle sap contained nothing more than licorice extract and whiskey, they formed a lynch mob and searched for the _____ who had sold the fake elixir. Unfortunately, Colonel Britton, the quack they were looking for, had already taken his wagon and quietly left town before dawn. He rode nonstop for a full day until, in his usual routine, he pulled far off the trail and spent a day restocking his miracle sap, occasionally breaking to partake of some himself. _____ by the beautiful scenery of the Black Hills, Britton didn't waste his opportunity to _____ in the low autumn sun for the remainder of the afternoon. While most of his clientele were desensitized to the beauty of nature after spending harsh lives in it, Britton never once considered his private outings to be _____ if he didn't spend at least a few hours enjoying nature every week, he had trouble maintaining his _____ demeanor whenever he rolled into a new town. If Britton didn't at least appear to be happy, people were not going to purchase his tonic, whether it was a[n] _____ or not. His customers were very _____ about spending their money; if they had even the slightest notion that Britton's product was a scam, they would not buy it.
From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. Dastardly, gist, entity, jaded, ogre, bandy, charisma. The ______ athlete, accustomed to winning first place, wanted to be happy with her third-place trophy, but deep down, she felt that months of intensive training had gone to waste. On the bus ride home, she refused to _____ compliments or even joke about the race with her teammates. She could think only about the _______ runner who intentionally tripped her early in the race and likely cost her the win. Myra could not believe that such an unsportsmanlike _______ was allowed to compete in track meets.
From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. Primeval, exuberance, dote, tenure, laminate, hovel, substantiate. During Dr. Rigby's _____ as the team leader at the archaeological dig, she found the remains of a 3,000-year-old doll that had probably been _____ on by a child living in the clean, _____ forest circling the. mountain. In addition, the team found evidence that the ancient tribe knew how to _____ weapons and tools by hammering layers of steel together to add strength, but the laboratory would have to test the tools in order to _____ the theory.
From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. dogmatic, extraneous, abet, coerce, gregarious, meticulous, divulge. Mr. Knight learned the _____ art of watchmaking during a three-year stay in Switzerland more than forty years ago. Since that time, he has spent countless evenings in his basement workshop assembling the tiny, complex machines. As a[n] _____ grandfather, Mr. Knight often invites his grandchildren to his shop, where they watch with amazement through a large magnifying glass and see a newly assembled pocket watch tick for the first time. "Watches are such perfect machines; there's no room for _____ parts or over-engineering. And then, to see such a tiny machine operate under its own power-it amazes me every time." When asked about his thoughts on the mass production techniques of modern watches, Knight revealed his _____ belief that Old World skills made watches much more valuable. "Oh, yes, the new watches are inexpensive and readily available, which fills the practical need, but they lack the sentiment and the many hours of craftsmanship that should go into a fine piece of jewelry." "These watches," he says as he points to a sparkling display cabinet, "have character." Mr. Knight hopes someday to _____ the many secrets of his trade to his youngest grandson, who can then carry on the family tradition for years to come.
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