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Practice Vocabulary Quiz #7 - affable

Quiz by Paul Toohey

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  • Q1
    being pleasant and at ease in talking to others
    impecunious
    raze
    affable
    concede
    30s
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  • Q2
    without money; penniless
    remission
    impecunious
    etraneous
    gluttony
    30s
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  • Q3
    To level to the ground; demolish
    quagmire
    heresy
    affable
    raze
    30s
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  • Q4
    an awkward, difficult, complex, or embarrassing situation
    heresy
    converge
    quagmire
    concede
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  • Q5
    the act or practice of eating or drinking to excess
    gluttony
    remission
    heresy
    affable
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  • Q6
    to admit that you have been defeated and stop trying to win; to accept as true or valid
    converge
    raze
    concede
    impecunious
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  • Q7
    an opinion or practice contrary to the truth or to generally accepted beliefs or standards
    affble
    quagmirre
    heresy
    raze
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  • Q8
    to move or cause to move towards the same point
    etraneous
    concede
    remission
    converge
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  • Q9
    not essential; irrelevant
    extraneous
    quagmire
    raze
    converge
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  • Q10
    the act of reducing or canceling the amount of money that you owe –OR- a period of time during a serious illness when the patient's health improves
    extraneous
    remission
    heresy
    impecunious
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