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Lesson XII. 1. From Thomas Hardy’s The Return of the Native Venn sat with lips __________ closed. a. acquiescently b. obsequiously c. ignominiously.

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8 1. From Thomas Hardy’s The Return of the Native Venn sat with lips __________ closed. a. acquiescently b. obsequiously c. ignominiously d. impassively

9 1. From Thomas Hardy’s The Return of the Native Venn sat with lips __________ closed. a. acquiescently b. obsequiously c. ignominiously d. impassively

10 2. From Thorton Wilder’s The Bridge of San Luis Rey It was intended as an __________ flattery to the Condesa, and was untrue. a. ignominious b. obsequious c. impassive d. impending

11 2. From Thorton Wilder’s The Bridge of San Luis Rey It was intended as an __________ flattery to the Condesa, and was untrue. a. ignominious b. obsequious c. impassive d. impending

12 3. From Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim Andy shrugged his shoulders, and gave an ___________ whistle. a. acquiescent b. ignominious c. impending d. obsequious

13 3. From Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim Andy shrugged his shoulders, and gave an ___________ whistle. a. acquiescent b. ignominious c. impending d. obsequious

14 The Grammar of Vocabulary: obsequious, an adjective. The obsequious toady flattered Caesar every day.


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