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2 Come on down to Jeopardy, the best trivia game around! This awesome game has been brought to you by Matthew Paddock and Eleana Pardo with full restrictions and game rules. This game is not to be copied or shared with anyone other than those who are intelligent enough to enter Mrs. Purcell’s G.A.T.E. room. All legal laws must not be broken also. Thank you!

3 SENTENCESSENTENCES 2DEFINITIONSDEFINITIONS 2UNSCRAMBLE GAME 200 400 600 800 1000 Bonus Question: 5000 pts END!

4 SENTENCES: 200 Question:The woman was very fun and beautiful, but she was always_____________ with men. Is it… coquette?coquette? acquiesce? blasphemous? acquiesce?blasphemous? Back

5 BACK!

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7 SENTENCES: 400 Question: Last year, around Halloween, a hurricane named Sandy rushed through our state and became a _______. Is it… allusion?allusion? amity? calamity?amity?calamity? Back BACK!

8 SENTENCES: 600 Question: My husband and I have been faithful friends for over fifteen years and we have been living in perfect ________. Is it… calamity?calamity? amity? acquiesce?amity?acquiesce? Back BACK!

9 SENTENCES: 800 Question: The __________ spread throughout the whole forest, burning everything in sight! Is it… coquette?coquette? conflagration? allusion?conflagration?allusion? Back BACK!

10 SENTENCES: 1000 Question: He __________ because he was a sick man and could not hold on any longer. Is it…(add a ‘ed’ to the end of each one) acquiesce?acquiesce? amity? coquette?amity?coquette? Back BACK!

11 SENTENCES: 200 Question: Thieves take credit for books and that is why you should check the author’s real identity to see if it’s not just ____________. Is it… blasphemous?blasphemous? circumscribed? apocryphal?circumscribed?apocryphal? Back BACK!

12 SENTENCES: 400 Question: That story was believable like a bible although it was ___________. Is it… blasphemous?blasphemous? circumscribed? apprehend?circumscribed?apprehend? Back BACK!

13 SENTENCES: 600 Question: The wonderful author presented an _______ with Becky James that made the reader want to know more. Is it… Apprehend?Apprehend? Allusion? Circumscribed?Allusion?Circumscribed? Back BACK!

14 SENTENCES: 800 Question: She was _________ to only her area and no where else under her babysitter’s watch. Is it… blasphemous?blasphemous? coquette? circumscribed?coquette?circumscribed? Back BACK!

15 SENTENCES:1000 Question: At least he escaped the penalty for his crime or else he might have been ________ and sent to jail. Is it…(add a ‘ed’ to the end of each one) conflagration? apprehend? calamity? Back BACK!

16 Definitions: 200 What is the definition and part of speech for the word apocryphal? Apocryphal- (Adj.) of doubtful authorship or authenticity Back BACK!

17 Definitions: 400 What is the definition and part of speech for the word calamity? calamity (N.) a great misfortune or grievous affliction, adversity Back BACK!

18 Definitions: 600 What is the definition and part of speech for the word acquiesce?? acquiesce- (V.) to give in, to comply; Back BACK!

19 Definitions: 800 What is the definition and part of speech for the word conflagration? conflagration (N.) a large, destructive fire Back BACK!

20 Definitions: 1000 What is the definition and part of speech for the word allusion? allusion (N.) implied or indirect reference; hinting at Back BACK!

21 Definitions: 200 What is the definition and part of speech for the word amity? amity (N.) friendship, mutual understanding Back BACK!

22 Definitions: 400 What is the definition and part of speech for the word apprehend? to seize, arrest, take into custody; to understand; become aware of Back BACK!

23 Definitions: 600 What is the definition and part of speech for the word coquette? coquette (N.) q woman who flirts with men without sincere affection Back BACK!

24 Definitions: 800 What is the definition and part of speech for the word blasphemous? blasphemous (N.) irrelevant or profane Back BACK!

25 Definitions: 1000 What is the definition and part of speech for the word circumscribed? circumscribed (V.) restricted or limited Back BACK!

26 Word Scramble: 200 What is this word? dpneaphre Apprehend! Back BACK!

27 Word Scramble: 400 What is this word? msuolbapehs Blasphemous! Back BACK!

28 Word Scramble: 600 What is this word? octiagfrlnaon Conflagration! Back BACK!

29 Word Scramble: 800 What is this word? racaopchpy Apocryphal! Back BACK!

30 Word Scramble: 1000 What is this word? dbicrecusirmc Circumscribed! Back BACK!

31 Bonus Question: 5000 What is the definition of the noun, depravity? The answer...is… -moral corruption, a wicked or perverse act! Back BACK!

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