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5 Matching questions

  1. scourge
  2. megalomania
  3. transient
  4. bizarre
  5. demagogue
  1. a a leader who exploits popular prejudices and false claims;rabble-rouser, firebrand
  2. b a delusion marked by a feeling of power, wealth, power, talent etc.; delusions of grandeur
  3. c flog, beat, bane, plague, pestilence; to whip, punish severely, to cause affliction or suffering
  4. d impermanent, ephemeral, evanescent; lasting only a short time, fleeting, one who stays only s short time
  5. e extremely strange;grotesque, fantastic, outlandish

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a damaging or derogatory statement; innuendo, calumny, denigration
  2. performed or suffered by one person in place of another; surrogate, substitute, imagined, seconhanded
  3. to free from deception or error; undeceive, enlighten, set straight
  4. genial, amicable, agreeable, cordial ;
  5. obscene, filthy, abusive, vituperative

5 True/False questions

  1. floutscoff at, sneer at, snicker at, scorn; to mock, to treat with contempt


  2. fractiousrefractory, recalcitrant, peevish; tending to be troublesome, unruly, quarrelsome, unpredictable


  3. propensityprinciple, maxim; a rule of conduct or action


  4. insularnarrow-minded, parochial, provincial


  5. unwieldycumbersome, bulky, clumsy, impractical; not easily carried, handled or managed because of size or complexity