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Proponent

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Dilettante

2/50

Interlocutor

3/50

Epicure

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Sycophant

5/50

Countenance

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Disposition

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Cloister

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Sinecure

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Antecedent

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Predilection

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Panegyric

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Chronicle

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Liability

14/50

Despot

15/50

Despot

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Collusion

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Metamorphosis

18/50

Impasse

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Coterie

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Coterie

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Paean

22/50

Reverie

23/50

Quiescence

24/50

Enmity

25/50

Lassitude

26/50

Quandary

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Malevolence

28/50

Paradox

29/50

Antipathy

30/50

Polemic

31/50

Penchant

32/50

Bastion

33/50

Nuance

34/50

Debacle

35/50

Caprice

36/50

Vestige

37/50

Platitude

38/50

Platitude

39/50

Archetype

40/50

Panacea

41/50

Iota

42/50

Vortex

43/50

Aggregate

44/50

Complaisance

45/50

Palpable

46/50

Brusque

47/50

Brusque

48/50

Copious

49/50

Inadvertent

50/50

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Quiz 1

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Vocab quiz 15

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1. The lithe dancer moved with grace and ease.

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2. The egalitarian society was one where everyone was treated equally.

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3. The imperious demand was made in a loud

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4. The connoisseur was an expert in a particular fiel

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5. The plethora of options was overwhelming.

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6. The interdict was a command that was not to be disobeye

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7. The mandate was a command that was given by someone in authority.

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8. The catalyst was the event that caused the change to happen.

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9. The impetuous act was done without thinking.

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10. The copious amount of food was enough to feed everyone.

Your score is

Quiz 2

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Vocab quiz 15

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1. The lithe dancer moved with grace and ease.

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2. The supercilious man looked down on everyone else.

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3. The arbitrary decision was made without any reason.

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4. The sullen man was in a bad mood and didn't want to talk to anyone.

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5. The haughtiness of the woman was evident in her attitude.

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6. The ingrate was someone who was not grateful for what they ha

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7. The mandate was a command that was given by someone in authority.

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8. The paltry sum of money was not enough to solve the problem.

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9. The copious amount of food was enough to feed everyone.

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10. The brusque man was rude and unmannerly.

Your score is

Quiz 3

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Vocab quiz 15

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1. The unimpeachable record showed that he was innocent.

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2. The empirical evidence showed that the theory was correct.

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3. The cognizant person was aware of what was going on around them.

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4. The canonical text was the standard by which all other texts were judge

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5. The imperious demand was made in a loud

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6. The apropos remark was made in a timely manner.

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7. The ingrate was someone who was not grateful for what they ha

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8. The interdict was a command that was not to be disobeye

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9. The palpable tension in the room was evident in everyone's body language.

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10. The complaisance of the servant was evident in his willingness to do whatever the master aske

Your score is

Quiz 4

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Vocab quiz 15

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1. The lithe dancer moved with grace and ease.

2 / 10

2. The fallacious argument was based on false premises.

3 / 10

3. The sullen man was in a bad mood and didn't want to talk to anyone.

4 / 10

4. The cognizant person was aware of what was going on around them.

5 / 10

5. The haughtiness of the woman was evident in her attitude.

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6. The animosity between the two groups was evident in their behavior.

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7. The inadvertent mistake was made by accident.

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8. The brusque man was rude and unmannerly.

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9. The vortex of the storm was powerful and destructive.

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10. The iota of doubt was enough to make her hesitate.

Your score is

Quiz 5

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Vocab quiz 15

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1. The credence that he gave to the story was unwarrante

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2. The fallacious argument was based on false premises.

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3. The canonical text was the standard by which all other texts were judge

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4. The imperious demand was made in a loud

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5. The ostensible reason for the meeting was to discuss the budget.

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6. The heresy was a belief that contradicted the established doctrine.

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7. The connoisseur was an expert in a particular fiel

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8. The pundit was an expert who was often consulted for their opinion.

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9. The palpable tension in the room was evident in everyone's body language.

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10. The aggregate of the votes was enough to win the election.

Your score is

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