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From the poem Ode to the nightingale vocabulary quiz

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  • Q1
    In Ode to the nightingale, what does the phrase 'fade away into the forest dim' suggest?
    run swiftly through the forest
    gradually disappear into the dark forest
    burst into vibrant colors
    become lost in the forest
    30s
  • Q2
    What does the word 'threnody' mean in the poem Ode to the nightingale?
    a cheerful song or melody
    a song that brings good fortune
    a song or poem expressing grief or mourning
    a song sung at weddings
    30s
  • Q3
    In the poem Ode to the nightingale, what does the phrase 'magic casements' refer to?
    secret gardens
    enchanted windows or openings
    mysterious doorways
    hidden passages or tunnels
    30s
  • Q4
    What is the meaning of the word 'tremulous' in the poem Ode to the nightingale?
    peaceful and calm
    full of excitement and energy
    characterized by trembling or quivering
    loud and boisterous
    30s
  • Q5
    In the poem Ode to the nightingale, what does the phrase 'drowsy numbness' indicate?
    a feeling of lethargy or lack of sensation
    a heightened state of awareness
    a state of deep relaxation
    a sudden surge of energy
    30s
  • Q6
    In the poem Ode to the nightingale, what does the word 'palsy' mean?
    an overwhelming sense of joy
    a condition characterized by uncontrollable trembling
    a state of deep sleep
    the feeling of intense fear
    30s
  • Q7
    In the poem Ode to the nightingale, what does the phrase 'beaded bubbles winking' suggest?
    the sound of water droplets
    the reflection of stars on a river
    the sparkling and shimmering of dewdrops or bubbles
    the movement of fish in a pond
    30s
  • Q8
    In the poem Ode to the nightingale, what does the phrase 'forlorn visage' mean?
    an angry expression
    a joyful expression
    a sad or dejected expression
    a confused expression
    30s
  • Q9
    What is the meaning of the word 'sedge' in the poem Ode to the nightingale?
    a fragrant flower
    a small insect
    a marsh plant with long, narrow leaves
    a type of bird
    30s
  • Q10
    In the poem Ode to the nightingale, 'to trammel up the consequence' means:
    to procrastinate without consequence
    to embrace the consequences
    to ignore the consequences
    to block the outcome or result
    30s

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