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5 Matching questions

  1. Acrimonious
  2. Expurgate
  3. Ignoble
  4. Bovine
  5. Consternation
  1. a Adj
    Mean, low, base
    S: Inferior, unworthy, dishonorable, sordid
    A: Admirable, praiseworthy, lofty, noble
  2. b Adj
    Resembling a cow or ox; sluggish, unresponsive
    S: stolid, dull, slow, stupid
    A: Alert, sharp, bright, keen, quick
  3. c N
    Dismay, confusion
    S: Shock, amazement, bewilderment, dismay
    A: Calm, composure, aplomb
  4. d Adj
    Stinging, bitter in temper or tone
    S: Biting, caustic, hostile, rancorous, peevish
    A: Gentle, warm, mild, friendly, codial
  5. e V
    To remove objectionable passages or words from a written text; to cleance, purify
    S: Purge, censor, bowdlerize

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. N
    Faithless, treachery
    S: Betrayal, disloyal, treason, duplicity
    A: Faithfulness, loyalty, steadfastness
  2. ADJ
    Inclined to nausea; easily shocked or upset, excessively fastidious or refined
    S: Nauseated, queasy, delicate, oversensitive, priggish
  3. Adj
    Open to; easily influence; lacking in resistance
    S: Vulnerable, receptive, impressionable
    A: resistant, immune
  4. V
    To place in a lower position; to assign, refer, turn ove; to banish
    S: Transfer, consign, demote, exile
    A: Promote, elevate, advance, recall
  5. V
    To call into question; to attack as false
    S: Challnge, deny, dispute, query, question
    A: Confirm, prove, verify, validatre

5 True/False questions

  1. IntemperateAdj
    Immoderate, lacking in self-control; inclement
    S: Excessive, extreme, unrestrained, inordinate
    A: Moderate, restrained, cool and collected

          

  2. HypotheticalN
    An armored or protective glove; a challenge; two lines of men armed with weapons with which to beat a person forced to run between them; an ordeal
    S: Dare, provocation, trial, punishment

          

  3. DissensionN
    Disagreement, sharp difference of opinion
    S: Strife, discord, contention
    A: Agreement, accod, harmony

          

  4. OdiumN
    Hatred, contempt; disgrace or infamy resulting from hateful conduct
    S: Abhorrence, opprobriu, shame, ignominy
    A: Esteem, admiration, approbation

          

  5. DispassionateV
    To cause to disapper; to scatter, dispel; to spend foolishly, squander; to be extravagant in pursuit of pleasure
    S: Disperse, strew, diffuse, waste
    A: Gather, collect, conserve, husband

          

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