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Level A Unit 11 Choosing the Right Word Answers
The defenders of the Alamo put up a (*burly, dogged*) resistance against the enemy.
All I need is a meal, a hot shower, and a good night’s sleep to (*replenish, rend*) my energies.
Isn’t it foolish to think that just because of his (*meteoric, burly*) physique he has no interest in art or music?
No, I wasn’t (*ingrained, dumbfounded*) to be chosen the most popular member of the class, but maybe I was just a little surprised.
Suddenly, the stillness of the early morning hours was (*rent, rummaged*) by a single shot!
To avoid a lot of unwanted attention, the famous rock star registered in the hotel under a(n) (*rummage, alias*).
There are several organizations who goal is to protect endangered species, such as the giant panda, to keep them from becoming (*relics, extinct*).
The aging actor trying to play the part of a young man seemed no more than a (*sleuth, parody*) of the great performer he once was.
With all of his absences and goofing off in class, it was (*inevitable, meteoric*) that he would not pass the test.
Is there anything more romantic than a nighttime (*amble, vandalism*) upon the moonlit decks of a mighty ocean liner?
“I’ll have two hot dogs with all the fixings,” I said to the vendor, “and don’t (*prevail, skimp*) on the mustard!”
Nikki (*distorted, rummaged*) the truth about her whereabouts in order to conceal her alliance with the defendant.
The prejudices of a bigot are sometimes so (*ingrained, burly*) that it is very difficult to get rid of them.
When I discovered the abandoned cave that was used for an enemy hideout during WWII, I was amazed with how many war (*aliases, relics*) still remained.
I hope to pick up some real bargains at the (*rummage, grit*) sale being held in our civic center.
I know that you don’t like the idea of painting the house, but you’ll just have to (*replenish, grit*) your teeth and do it.
Whether the window was broken accidentally or as an act of (*parody, vandalism*), the fact remains that it is broken and must be paid for.
After months of looking for employment, my sister, known for her (*skimpy, dogged*) persistence, finally obtained her dream job as a video game reviewer.
An art historian who is trying to verify the authenticity of a painting acts more like a (*sleuth, relic*) than a critic.
Although it is sometimes hard, we must have faith that in the long run justice and decency will (*skimp, prevail*).
It may be, as you say, that this volcano has been (*extinct, dumbfounded*) for many years, but isn’t there some danger that it may come to life again?
Since it is possible for nations to settle their disagreements in a reasonable way, we refuse to believe that war is (*inevitable, meteoric*).
We scorn all those who would deliberately bend the truth and (*distort, amble*) history in order to suit the political needs of their day.
His (*dogged, meteoric*) success at such an early age left him unprepared to handle the disappointments and failures that came to him later in life.
Don’t you find those TV shows that (*parody, skimp*) famous people hilarious?
Level A Unit 11 Completing The Sentence Answers
*1.* We saw a bolt of lightning _______ a huge limb from the mighty oak tree.
*2.* After our furious gallop across the countryside, we allowed our tired horses to _______ back to the stable.
*3.* The grime on the mechanic’s hands was so deeply ________ even a thorough scrubbing couldn’t entirely remove it.
*4.* The old custom of celebrating the Fourth of July with a fireworks display still _______ in many American towns.
*5.* Isn’t it a shame that our School Board must spend thousands of dollars every year just to repair the damage caused by _________?
*6.* The cruise ship stopped at the port both to give the passengers a chance to go ashore and to ________ the water supply.
*7.* Isn’t it fun on a rainy day to ________ about in the attic and look for interesting odds and ends?
*8.* In the late 19th century, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created one of the most famous _______ in literature, Sherlock Holmes.
*9.* There is an old saying that nothing is really _______ except death and taxes.
*10.* Whenever our team needs a few yards to make a first down, we call on our big, ______ fullback to crash through the line.
*11.* We were nothing less than _______ when we saw the immense damage that the hurricane had done in so brief a time.
*12.* Even though so many people were criticizing and ridiculing him, he had the ________ to continue doing what he felt was right.
*13.* We greatly admired the ________ determination and patience that the disabled veteran showed in learning to master a wheelchair.
*14.* Her ability to _________ the words and gestures of prominent Americans makes her an excellent comic impressionist.
*15.* The old con artist had used so many ______ over the course of his criminal career that he sometimes forgot his real name!
*16.* If you truly want to improve your math grades, you should not continue to _______ so often on your homework.
*17.* The rock singer enjoyed a sudden ________ rise in popularity, but his career faded just as quickly as it had blossomed.
*18.* As the buffalo began to decrease sharply in numbers, conservationists feared that the species might become totally ________.
*19.* There are archeological sites in Greece that contain sacred __________ that the ancients believed held supernatural powers.
*20.* Her face was so ______ with pain and suffering that at first I did not recognize her.
Level A Unit 11 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
SYNONYMS: (n.) pseudonym ANTONYMS: (n.) real name, given name, legal name
SYNONYMS: (v.) saunter; (n.) ramble ANTONYMS: (v., n.) gallop, dash, sprint, run, race, rush
SYNONYMS: strapping, hefty, beefy, brawny ANTONYMS: weak, puny, delicate, frail
SYNONYMS: disfigure, misshape, falsify
SYNONYMS: untiring ANTONYMS: wishy-washy, faltering, irresolute
SYNONYMS: speechless, stunned, flabbergasted ANTONYMS: unsurprised, expectant
SYNONYMS: died out, vanished ANTONYMS: still alive, surviving, extant
SYNONYMS: (n.) relic
SYNONYMS: (n.) dirt, mettle ANTONYMS: (n.) timidity, cowardice, faintheartedness
SYNONYMS: inescapable, fated ANTONYMS: avoidable, escapable, preventable
SYNONYMS: deep-seated, deep-rooted, indelible ANTONYMS: superficial, shallow, skin-deep
SYNONYMS: brilliant, blazing ANTONYMS: slow, sluggish, gradual
SYNONYMS: (n.) satire, travesty; (v.) lampoon, burlesque
SYNONYMS: win, rule, reign, overcome, conquer ANTONYMS: be defeated, go under, succumb
(v.) to tear to pieces; split violently apart (past tense, rent) SYNONYMS: cleave, dismember, splinter, tear asunder
SYNONYMS: refill, restock, refresh, restore ANTONYMS: empty, drain, deplete, sap
SYNONYMS: (v.) delve into, sift through, poke around
SYNONYMS: be stingy, scrimp, cut corners ANTONYMS: be extravagant, splurge, lavish
SYNONYMS: investigator, gumshoe
SYNONYMS: willful destruction
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