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Level D . Unit 5 Quiz: Friday , January 17 , 2014 Test: Friday, January 24, 2014. 1. Accomplice - Noun. A person who takes part in a crime Syn : partner in crime, confederate Ant: NA. 2. annihilate - Verb. To destroy completely Syn : obliterate, demolish

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Level d

Level D

Unit 5

Quiz: Friday, January 17, 2014

Test: Friday, January 24, 2014


1 accomplice noun

1. Accomplice - Noun

  • A person who takes part in a crime

  • Syn: partner in crime, confederate

  • Ant: NA


2 annihilate verb

2. annihilate - Verb

  • To destroy completely

  • Syn: obliterate, demolish

  • Ant: foster, promote, encourage, nurture


3 arbitrary adj

3. Arbitrary - Adj

  • Unreasonable; based on one’s wishes or whims without regard for reason or fairness

  • Syn: high-handed

  • Ant: reasoned, rational, objective, equitable


4 brazen adjective

4. Brazen - Adjective

  • Shameless, impudent; made of brass

  • Syn: saucy, bold

  • Ant: respectful, self-serving


5 catalyst noun

5. catalyst - Noun

  • A substance that causes or hastens a chemical reaction; any agent that causes changes

  • Syn: stimulus, spur, instigator

  • Ant: NA


6 exodus noun

6. exodus - Noun

  • A large-scale departure or flight

  • Syn: emigration, escape

  • Ant: immigration, influx, arrival, entrance


7 facilitate verb

7. facilitate - Verb

  • To make easier; to assist

  • Syn: ease, smooth the way, simplify

  • Ant: hamper, hinder, obstruct


8 incorrigible adj

8. Incorrigible - Adj

  • Not able to be corrected; beyond control

  • Syn: unruly, incurable

  • Ant: docile, curable


9 latent adj

9. latent - Adj

  • Hidden, present but not realized

  • Syn: dormant, inactive, undeveloped

  • Ant: exposed, manifest, evident


10 militant

10. militant

  • Adj: given to fighting; active and aggressive in support of a cause

  • Syn: assertive

  • Ant: unassertive, passive

  • Noun: an activist

  • Syn: NA

  • Ant: NA


11 morose adj

11. morose - Adj

  • Having a gloomy or sullen manner; not friendly or sociable

  • Syn: morbid, doleful

  • Ant: cheerful, jaunty


12 opaque adj

12. Opaque - Adj

  • Not letting light through; not clear or lucid; dense, stupid

  • Syn: hazy, cloudy, foggy, dull

  • Ant: transparent, clear, bright, perceptive


13 paramount adj

13. Paramount - Adj

  • Chief in importance, above all others

  • Syn: supreme, foremost, primary, dominant

  • Ant: secondary, subordinate


14 prattle

14. prattle

Noun

To talk in an aimless, foolish, or simple way; to babble

Syn: chatter

Ant: NA

Baby talk; babble

Syn: gibberish

Ant: NA

Verb


15 rebut verb

15. rebut - Verb

  • To offer arguments or evidence that contradicts an assertion; to refute

  • Syn: disprove, shoot holes in

  • Ant: confirm, corroborate, substantiate


16 reprimand

16. reprimand

noun

To scold, find fault with

Syn: reprove, reproach

Ant: praise, pat on the back

A rebuke

Syn: reproof

Ant: pat on the back

verb


17 servitude noun

17. Servitude - Noun

  • Slavery, forced labor

  • Syn: captivity, bondage

  • Ant: freedom, liberty


18 slapdash adj

18. Slapdash - Adj

  • Careless and hasty

  • Syn: cursory, sloppy, slipshod

  • Ant: painstaking, thorough, in-depth


19 stagnant adj

19. Stagnant - Adj

  • Not running or flowing; foul from standing still; inactive, sluggish, dull

  • Syn: still, motionless, inert

  • Ant: flowing, running, fresh, sweet


20 succumb v

20. Succumb - V

  • To give way to superior force, yield

  • Syn: submit, die, dessert

  • Ant: overcome, master, conquer


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