Modern British Literature. Semester 2 Week 2. Where do I begin?. 1/13/14 Monday. 2. Vocab Quiz is next…. 7. Provide an antonym for the word salient. 8. Provide an antonym for the word bewilder. 9. Provide a synonym for the word rectitude. .
Semester 2 Week 2
8. Provide an antonym for the word bewilder.
9. Provide a synonym for the word rectitude.
11. Prosaic (adj) matter-of-fact; without spirit, style, or imagination
12. Contemptuous (adj) thinking poorly of; scornful or disdainfulLesson 1 Vocabulary 10-12
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11. Provide an antonym for prosaic.
12. Use the word contemptuous in a sentence.
13. Debonair (adj) charming, having a sophisticated and attractive manner
14. Placid (adj) tranquil and calm; at rest
15. Detest (v) to have a profound dislike or abhorrence for; to hate
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14. Provide a synonym for the word placid.
15. Use the word detest in a sentence.
16. Elasticity (n) the physical property of matter wherein matter returns to its original form
17. Peccadillo (n) a minor sin or fault; a trifling wrongdoing.
18. Fickle (adj) easily changeable in affection or believe; not remaining faithful to one idea or feeling
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17. Complete the following analogy:
flirtation : love :: _________ : cardinal sin
18. Use the word fickle in a sentence.
20. Ostracize (v) to banish from or force out of a group or situation.
21. Inconceivable (adj) unimaginable or unthinkable.