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  1. 1. admonish • A. to praise • B. long-winded • C. to scold mildly • D. to save

  2. 1. admonish • A. to praise • B. long-winded • C. to scold mildly • D. to save

  3. 2. breach • A. a shoreline • B. opening, gap, rift • C. to close up • D. extension

  4. 2. breach • A. a shoreline • B. opening, gap, rift • C. to close up • D. extension

  5. 3. brigand • A. a general • B. a sailor • C. a beggar • D. a robber, outlaw

  6. 3. brigand • A. a general • B. a sailor • C. a beggar • D. a robber, outlaw

  7. 4. circumspect • A. risky • B. careful, cautious • C. brash • D. hasty, not-thinking

  8. 4. circumspect • A. risky • B. careful, cautious • C. brash • D. hasty, not-thinking

  9. 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

  10. 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

  11. 6. cumbersome • A. quick and nimble • B. clumsy, slow-moving • C. a type of plant • D. fast moving

  12. 6. cumbersome • A. quick and nimble • B. clumsy, slow-moving • C. a type of plant • D. fast moving

  13. 7. deadlock • A. a hairstyle • B. a life-ending situation • C. movement • D. a standstill, stalemate

  14. 7. deadlock • A. a hairstyle • B. a life-ending situation • C. movement • D. a standstill, stalemate

  15. 8. debris • A. scattered fragments, wreckage • B. building materials • C. rising column of air • D. a coming out party

  16. 8. debris • A. scattered fragments, wreckage • B. building materials • C. rising column of air • D. a coming out party

  17. 9. diffuse • A. to extinguish a bomb • B. to bring together • C. to spread freely or widely • D. something different

  18. 9. diffuse • A. to extinguish a bomb • B. to bring together • C. to spread freely or widely • D. something different

  19. 10. dilemma • A. two rodent-type animals • B. the solution • C. a business deal • D. a difficult, perplexing problem

  20. 10. dilemma • A. two rodent-type animals • B. the solution • C. a business deal • D. a difficult, perplexing problem

  21. 11. efface • A. effort • B. to wipe out, not be noticed • C. a showcase • D. noticeable, showy

  22. 11. efface • A. effort • B. to wipe out, not be noticed • C. a showcase • D. noticeable, showy

  23. 12. muddle • A. a mess, just barely get by • B. to interfere • C. to be angry • D. a mob of people

  24. 12. muddle • A. a mess, just barely get by • B. to interfere • C. to be angry • D. a mob of people

  25. 13. opinionated • A. changing one’s mind easily • B. stubborn, closed minded • C. not sure of one’s facts • D. very friendly and accepting

  26. 13. opinionated • A. changing one’s mind easily • B. stubborn, closed minded • C. not sure of one’s facts • D. very friendly and accepting

  27. 14. perennial • A. power over others • B. an annual celebration • C. a parent • D. long-lasting, persistent

  28. 14. perennial • A. power over others • B. an annual celebration • C. a parent • D. long-lasting, persistent

  29. 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

  30. 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

  31. 16. relinquish • A. to extinguish a flame • B. to let go, give up • C. to connect • D. to prepare a meal

  32. 16. relinquish • A. to extinguish a flame • B. to let go, give up • C. to connect • D. to prepare a meal

  33. 17. salvage • A. a wild person • B. to solve a mystery • C. to destroy • D. to save from fire or shipwreck

  34. 17. salvage • A. a wild person • B. to solve a mystery • C. to destroy • D. to save from fire or shipwreck

  35. 18. spasmodic • A. slow onset of problems • B. sudden and violent, fitful, intermittent • C. a steady, persistent attack • D. a melody

  36. 18. spasmodic • A. slow onset of problems • B. sudden and violent, fitful, intermittent • C. a steady, persistent attack • D. a melody

  37. 19. spurious • A. not genuine, true, or valid • B. shoe attachment used on horses • C. a pious statement • D. a separate paper

  38. 19. spurious • A. not genuine, true, or valid • B. shoe attachment used on horses • C. a pious statement • D. a separate paper

  39. 20. unbridled • A. a single person, unmarried • B. a bridge over a stream • C. uncontrolled, lacking in restraint • D. a saddle on a horse

  40. 20. unbridled • A. a single person, unmarried • B. a bridge over a stream • C. uncontrolled, lacking in restraint • D. a saddle on a horse