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Ephemeral

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Transient

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Transient

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Transient

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Transient

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Transient

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Transient

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Indolence

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Unequivocal

9/50

Exceptionable

10/50

Volatile

11/50

Levity

12/50

Equanimity

13/50

Clemency

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Demure

15/50

Diffidence

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Rectitude

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Divergent

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Peripatetic

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Unprecedented

20/50

Defunct

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Boisterous

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Incorrigible

23/50

Opaque

24/50

Unfounded

25/50

Untenable

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Unobtrusive

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Undeterred

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Undeterred

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Undeterred

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Undeterred

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Undeterred

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Undeterred

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Inconspicuous

34/50

Spurious

35/50

Incorporeal

36/50

Unwarranted

37/50

Ignoble

38/50

Covert

39/50

Reticent

40/50

Unconscionable

41/50

Implausible

42/50

Imprudent

43/50

Impassive

44/50

Obsequious

45/50

Sporadic

46/50

Quotidian

47/50

Apocryphal

48/50

Apocryphal

49/50

Marginal

50/50

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Quiz 1

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Vocab quiz 7

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1. The dilatory employee was always late for work.

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2. The voluble speaker was able to hold the audience's attention for hours.

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3. The prodigal son wasted his inheritance on frivolous things.

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4. The professor was punctilious about his grammar and spelling.

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5. The sedulous student studied for hours every day.

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6. The provident person was always prepared for the

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7. The audacious thief stole the painting right in front of the security guar

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8. The irreverent student made fun of the teacher in front of the whole class.

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9. The scathing review of the restaurant was so negative that it drove away all of the customers.

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10. The second austere definition of austere is "severe or stern in manner."

Your score is

Quiz 2

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Vocab quiz 7

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1. The timid child was afraid to speak up in class.

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2. The dilatory employee was always late for work.

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3. The ludicrous idea of a talking cat made me laugh out lou

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4. The politician's glib speech was full of empty promises.

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5. The prodigal son wasted his inheritance on frivolous things.

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6. The rose was redolent of its sweet perfume.

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7. The reverential attitude of the crowd towards the pope was evident in their bowing and scraping.

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8. The solicitous friend was always there to lend a helping han

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9. The blithe child laughed at everything, even when it wasn't funny.

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10. The austere monk lived a life of simplicity and self-denial.

Your score is

Quiz 3

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Vocab quiz 7

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1. The ludicrous idea of a talking cat made me laugh out lou

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2. The gregarious man was always the life of the party.

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3. The new security measures were a deterrent to crime.

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4. The voluble speaker was able to hold the audience's attention for hours.

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5. The politician's glib speech was full of empty promises.

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6. The irreverent student made fun of the teacher in front of the whole class.

7 / 10

7. The scathing review of the restaurant was so negative that it drove away all of the customers.

8 / 10

8. The second austere definition of austere is "severe or stern in manner."

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9. The castigation of the student by the teacher was harsh but necessary.

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10. The boorish man was crude and ill-mannere

Your score is

Quiz 4

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Vocab quiz 7

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1. The unfeigned joy on the child's face was a welcome sight.

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2. The scintillating performance of the orchestra was a delight to behol

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3. The politician's glib speech was full of empty promises.

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4. The smell of smoke was pervasive throughout the house.

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5. The dinosaur is extant, but only in fossils.

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6. The irreverent student made fun of the teacher in front of the whole class.

7 / 10

7. The blithe child laughed at everything, even when it wasn't funny.

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8. The second austere definition of austere is "severe or stern in manner."

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9. The discrete man was careful not to say too much.

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10. The churlish man was rude and unmannerly.

Your score is

Quiz 5

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Vocab quiz 7

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1. The ludicrous idea of a talking cat made me laugh out lou

2 / 10

2. The dinosaur is extant, but only in fossils.

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3. The rose was redolent of its sweet perfume.

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4. The solicitous friend was always there to lend a helping han

5 / 10

5. The provident person was always prepared for the

6 / 10

6. The audacious thief stole the painting right in front of the security guar

7 / 10

7. The blithe child laughed at everything, even when it wasn't funny.

8 / 10

8. The transient worker moved from job to job, never staying in one place for long.

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9. The scathing review of the restaurant was so negative that it drove away all of the customers.

10 / 10

10. The boorish man was crude and ill-mannere

Your score is

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