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  1. domestication
  2. dragoon
  3. sycophant
  4. fawn
  5. fulminate
  1. a the taming of an animal, especially by generations of breeding, to live in close association with human beings as a pet or work animal and usually creating a dependency so that the animal loses its ability to live in the wild (n)
  2. b to show affection (v)
    a young deer (n)
  3. c a person who flatters in order to get ahead (n)
  4. d to say loud or forceful complaints; to explode with a loud noise (v)
    one of a group of unstable, explosive compounds derived from fulminic acid, especially the mercury salt of fulminic acid, which is a powerful detonating agent (n)
  5. e a member of a military unit formerly composed of such cavalrymen, as in the British army; (formerly) a mounted infantryman armed with a short musket (n)
    to force by oppressive measures; coerce (v)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. kept or set apart or aside for future or special use; restrained in words and actions (adj)
  2. take away or remove; destroy (v)
  3. an important speech given on a special occasion (n)
  4. without experience; immature, not fully developed; lacking sophistication and poise; without feathers (adj)
  5. sour in taste, harsh or severe in temper or expression (adj)

5 True/False questions

  1. defraudto deprive of something by trickery, deception, or fraud (n)

          

  2. surmisea trick (n)

          

  3. collusionsecret agreement or cooperation especially for an illegal or deceitful purpose; conspiracy (n)

          

  4. tractableeasily managed or controlled (adj)

          

  5. forgeto make a copy of with the intent to deceive; to make or shape a metal shop by heating it; to move ahead slowly; to form for make through a concentrated effort (v)
    a special fireplace, hearth, or furnace in which metal is heated before shaping; the workshop of a blacksmith; smithy (n)