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  1. Obstruction
  2. Laudable
  3. Impressionistic
  4. Deter
  5. Substantiate
  1. a Adjective- Worthy of praise or honor.
    laud
  2. b (Adj.) Describing a highly personal, individual response to experience. Stephen Crane's novel The Red Badge of Courage shows a young soldier's impressionistic view of a war.
  3. c Verb- To support with evidence.
  4. d Verb-To Prevent or Discourage from action, by means of fear or doubt
  5. e Noun- Something that blocks or gets in the way of; an obstacle.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Noun- Something that draws attention away from the main issue.
  2. (Noun) Lack of planning for the future; shortsightedness. OR
    Nearsightedness; a condition in which distant objects appear blurred.
  3. Verb- To hint; to suggest indirectly.
  4. (noun) Excellent judgment and insight; skill in perceiving.
  5. Verb- To sink to a lower or more normal level.
    Verb- To become Less active or Intense.

5 True/False questions

  1. IndisputableAdj- Beyond doubt or question; certain.

          

  2. ScuttleVerb- To run with short; hurried steps.

          

  3. ThwartVerb-To Prevent or Discourage from action, by means of fear or doubt

          

  4. RefuteVerb- To prove to be false or invalid; to deny the accuracy or truth of.

          

  5. DupeVerb- To take advantage of people by tricking of fooling them.
    Noun- Someone tricked and taken advantage of.