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Unit 4 Vocabulary . Completing the Sentence. 1. The program he suggested was so barren of guiding ideas and specific proposals that I felt justified in referring to it as _____. amorphous.

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unit 4 vocabulary

Unit 4 Vocabulary

Completing the Sentence

amorphous

1. The program he suggested was so barren of guiding ideas and specific proposals that I felt justified in referring to it as _____.

amorphous
resilient

2. This jacket is made of a material so _____ that it sheds wrinkles and keeps its shape even when one has worn it for days.

resilient
contraband

3. Under the latest regulations, any shipment of arms to those countries is illegal and may be seized as _____.

contraband
scurrilous

4. His attempts to discredit her by belittling her ability and character were nothing more than _____ abuse.

scurrilous
slide8

7. On his combat uniform he wore absolutely no insignia of rank, but he was surrounded with an unmistakable _____ of authority.

aura
aggrandize

8. He used his admittedly remarkable talents only to _____ himself, not to benefit the society that was so kind to him.

aggrandize
repudiate

9. I am not going to _____ the ideas and standards by which I have guided my life just because they have become unpopular.

repudiate
erudite

10. As my opponent cited facts and figures without once referring to notes, I became aware of how _____ she was.

erudite
remonstrate

12. Since our efforts to _____with the factory managers about pollution of the lake have been ineffective, we are now considering legal action.

remonstrate
querulous

13. He is really insufferable when he gets into one of those _____ moods in which nothing in the world pleases him.

querulous
affable

14. If you happen to have a(n) _____ seatmate on a long airplane flight, you may find yourself talking more freely about personal matters than you would under other circumstances.

affable
insular

17. While tsarist Russia’s vast territories were almost purely continental, the British Empire included numerous _____ possessions.

insular
propensity

18. Because of his _____ for gossiping, we tried not to let him learn anything about our personal affairs.

propensity
sleazy

19. _____ dives full of disreputable and dangerous-looking characters have given the waterfront areas of many cities a bad reputation.

Sleazy
sedulous

20. Perhaps she had less native ability than some of her classmates, but her powers of concentration and _____ study program enabled her to finish first in the class.

sedulous