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1. admonish A. to praise B. long-winded C. to scold mildly D. to save 1. admonish A. to praise B. long-winded C. to scold mildly D. to save 2. breach A. a shoreline B. opening, gap, rift C. to close up D. extension 2. breach A. a shoreline B. opening, gap, rift C. to close up

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1 admonish
1. admonish
  • A. to praise
  • B. long-winded
  • C. to scold mildly
  • D. to save
1 admonish2
1. admonish
  • A. to praise
  • B. long-winded
  • C. to scold mildly
  • D. to save
2 breach
2. breach
  • A. a shoreline
  • B. opening, gap, rift
  • C. to close up
  • D. extension
2 breach4
2. breach
  • A. a shoreline
  • B. opening, gap, rift
  • C. to close up
  • D. extension
3 brigand
3. brigand
  • A. a general
  • B. a sailor
  • C. a beggar
  • D. a robber, outlaw
3 brigand6
3. brigand
  • A. a general
  • B. a sailor
  • C. a beggar
  • D. a robber, outlaw
4 circumspect
4. circumspect
  • A. risky
  • B. careful, cautious
  • C. brash
  • D. hasty, not-thinking
4 circumspect8
4. circumspect
  • A. risky
  • B. careful, cautious
  • C. brash
  • D. hasty, not-thinking
5 commandeer
5. commandeer
  • A. to seize for military or official use
  • B. the person in charge
  • C. a herd animal with horns
  • D. an interesting statement
5 commandeer10
5. commandeer
  • A. to seize for military or official use
  • B. the person in charge
  • C. a herd animal with horns
  • D. an interesting statement
6 cumbersome
6. cumbersome
  • A. quick and nimble
  • B. clumsy, slow-moving
  • C. a type of plant
  • D. fast moving
6 cumbersome12
6. cumbersome
  • A. quick and nimble
  • B. clumsy, slow-moving
  • C. a type of plant
  • D. fast moving
7 deadlock
7. deadlock
  • A. a hairstyle
  • B. a life-ending situation
  • C. movement
  • D. a standstill, stalemate
7 deadlock14
7. deadlock
  • A. a hairstyle
  • B. a life-ending situation
  • C. movement
  • D. a standstill, stalemate
8 debris
8. debris
  • A. scattered fragments, wreckage
  • B. building materials
  • C. rising column of air
  • D. a coming out party
8 debris16
8. debris
  • A. scattered fragments, wreckage
  • B. building materials
  • C. rising column of air
  • D. a coming out party
9 diffuse
9. diffuse
  • A. to extinguish a bomb
  • B. to bring together
  • C. to spread freely or widely
  • D. something different
9 diffuse18
9. diffuse
  • A. to extinguish a bomb
  • B. to bring together
  • C. to spread freely or widely
  • D. something different
10 dilemma
10. dilemma
  • A. two rodent-type animals
  • B. the solution
  • C. a business deal
  • D. a difficult, perplexing problem
10 dilemma20
10. dilemma
  • A. two rodent-type animals
  • B. the solution
  • C. a business deal
  • D. a difficult, perplexing problem
11 efface
11. efface
  • A. effort
  • B. to wipe out, not be noticed
  • C. a showcase
  • D. noticeable, showy
11 efface22
11. efface
  • A. effort
  • B. to wipe out, not be noticed
  • C. a showcase
  • D. noticeable, showy
12 muddle
12. muddle
  • A. a mess, just barely get by
  • B. to interfere
  • C. to be angry
  • D. a mob of people
12 muddle24
12. muddle
  • A. a mess, just barely get by
  • B. to interfere
  • C. to be angry
  • D. a mob of people
13 opinionated
13. opinionated
  • A. changing one’s mind easily
  • B. stubborn, closed minded
  • C. not sure of one’s facts
  • D. very friendly and accepting
13 opinionated26
13. opinionated
  • A. changing one’s mind easily
  • B. stubborn, closed minded
  • C. not sure of one’s facts
  • D. very friendly and accepting
14 perennial
14. perennial
  • A. power over others
  • B. an annual celebration
  • C. a parent
  • D. long-lasting, persistent
14 perennial28
14. perennial
  • A. power over others
  • B. an annual celebration
  • C. a parent
  • D. long-lasting, persistent
15 predispose
15. predispose
  • A. to incline to beforehand
  • B. to throw out before one should
  • C. to dispense a prescription
  • D. to pose for a photograph
15 predispose30
15. predispose
  • A. to incline to beforehand
  • B. to throw out before one should
  • C. to dispense a prescription
  • D. to pose for a photograph
16 relinquish
16. relinquish
  • A. to extinguish a flame
  • B. to let go, give up
  • C. to connect
  • D. to prepare a meal
16 relinquish32
16. relinquish
  • A. to extinguish a flame
  • B. to let go, give up
  • C. to connect
  • D. to prepare a meal
17 salvage
17. salvage
  • A. a wild person
  • B. to solve a mystery
  • C. to destroy
  • D. to save from fire or shipwreck
17 salvage34
17. salvage
  • A. a wild person
  • B. to solve a mystery
  • C. to destroy
  • D. to save from fire or shipwreck
18 spasmodic
18. spasmodic
  • A. slow onset of problems
  • B. sudden and violent, fitful, intermittent
  • C. a steady, persistent attack
  • D. a melody
18 spasmodic36
18. spasmodic
  • A. slow onset of problems
  • B. sudden and violent, fitful, intermittent
  • C. a steady, persistent attack
  • D. a melody
19 spurious
19. spurious
  • A. not genuine, true, or valid
  • B. shoe attachment used on horses
  • C. a pious statement
  • D. a separate paper
19 spurious38
19. spurious
  • A. not genuine, true, or valid
  • B. shoe attachment used on horses
  • C. a pious statement
  • D. a separate paper
20 unbridled
20. unbridled
  • A. a single person, unmarried
  • B. a bridge over a stream
  • C. uncontrolled, lacking in restraint
  • D. a saddle on a horse
20 unbridled40
20. unbridled
  • A. a single person, unmarried
  • B. a bridge over a stream
  • C. uncontrolled, lacking in restraint
  • D. a saddle on a horse