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Sadlier Level E Unit 7 Completing the Sentence

Quiz by Aleisha Hill

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20 questions
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  • Q1
    A person who has been __________ about by many dreadful misfortunes will either become stronger or suffer a complete breakdown.
    buffeted
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  • Q2
    In a natural history museum, we can see physical remains of many species of animals that are no longer ___________.
    extant
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  • Q3
    In our frantic search for the missing papers, we overturned everything in the room, leaving it in complete __________.
    chaos
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  • Q4
    Shakespeare tells us that "the evil that men do lives after them: the good is oft ________________ with their bones.
    interred
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  • Q5
    Let me say frankly that I _________ prejudice in anyone, even a member of my own family.
    abhor
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  • Q6
    It is particularly ____________ for citizens to fail to vote in national elections and then complain about the government.
    reprehensible
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  • Q7
    We are petitioning the council to _________ its procedures so that all citizens will have a chance to express their opinions.
    amend
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  • Q8
    The American writer Dorothy Parker was celebrated for her sharp tongue and _________ wit.
    corrosive
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  • Q9
    Are we justified in showing visitors only the most attractive and interesting sections of our cities, towns, or villages while keeping them away from the _________ neighborhoods where so many people live?
    squalid
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  • Q10
    Getting a good education will do much to __________ the problem of finding a job that pays well.
    obviate
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  • Q11
    Those accused of crimes are sometimes willing to ________ their accomplices in return for immunity from prosecution.
    implicate
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  • Q12
    Who would not feel depressed on entering that __________ old courtroom, with its dim lighting and dark, massive furnishings!
    somber
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  • Q13
    Confident that she could present the case effectively to a judge, the lawyer advised her client to ___________ his right to a jury trial.
    waive
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  • Q14
    A person who changes from one political party to another on the basis of honest conviction should not be regarded as a
    renegade
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  • Q15
    The trunk of the car was so ____________ that it held all our skiing equipment as well as our other luggage.
    commodious
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  • Q16
    The records of the school board meeting on the proposed bond issue are so _____________ that it would take me a week to read them.
    voluminous
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  • Q17
    One of the signs of maturity is the ability to _____________ the difference between things that are secondary and things that are truly important.
    discern
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  • Q18
    We Americans are proud that each change of the national administration, far from being _________, is carried out in a peaceful and friendly manner.
    turbulent
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  • Q19
    I didn't expect you to like my suggestion, but I was shocked by your bitter and ___________ criticism of it.
    vociferous
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  • Q20
    Although our drill instructor went by the book, he was by no means an overbearing ___________.
    martinet
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