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1 Mai N. And V. AdverbsAdject.VerbsNouns

2 A1 Back n. the act of offering or suggesting something to be considered, accepted, adopted, or done; a plan or scheme proposed. Answer Proposition

3 A2 Back n. the idea of being believable or trustworthy Answer credibility

4 A3 Back enterprise n. a project undertaken or to be undertaken, esp. one that is important or difficult or that requires boldness or energy Answer enterprise

5 A4 Back n. the act of violating the law or a moral code Answer transgression

6 A5 Back equilibrium Answer n. balance between two forces

7 B1 Back v. to cause to make a harsh, discordant, usually metallic sound Answer jangled

8 B2 Back v. to contrive, plan, or elaborate; invent from existing principles or ideas Answer devise

9 B3 Back v. to gather in a group Answer clustered

10 B4 Back v. to linger aimlessly or as if aimless in or about a place Answer loitering

11 B5 Back petrified Answer v. to be numb or paralyze with astonishment, horror, or other strong emotion; to make immobile

12 C1 Back dark, gloomy, and cheerless; obscure or thick with mist, haze, etc., as the air; vague; unclear; confused Answer murky

13 C2 Back adj. having an extremely bad reputation and deserving it Answer infamous

14 C3 Back adj. occurring at or causing the end of life: a terminal disease; utterly beyond hope, rescue, or saving Answer Terminally

15 C4 Back adj. taken as a measure against something possible, anticipated, or feared; preventive; deterrent Answer preemptive

16 C5 Back n. unwillingness; disinclination: Answer Reluctance; Adjective form is reluctant

17 D1 Back adv. possibly but not yet actually Answer Potentially

18 D2 Back adv. savage or ferocious Answer viciously

19 D3 Back n. abounding or swarming with something Answer Teeming

20 D4 Back gloat Answer v. to look at or think about with great or excessive, often smug or malicious, satisfaction

21 D5 Back v. to dull the luster of (a metallic surface), esp. by oxidation; discolor; to diminish or destroy the purity of; stain; sully Answer Tarnished

22 E1 Back n. idiot, dunce, blockhead, dolt Answer Imbeciles

23 E2 Back How will you do well on your test? Answer Study!

24 E3 Back How will you study for your test? Answer Make flash cards!

25 E4 Back How will you study for your test? Answer Review your definitions!

26 E5 Back How will you do on your test? Answer A


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