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Level A Unit 3 Choosing the Right Word Answers
Jane Addams was an outspoken (*pacifist, enigma*), yet her views about war were not embraced by everyone.
No matter what it may cost me to carry out, I will never break my sacred (*vow, illusion*).
Just how and why two people fall in love is a(n) (*queue*,*enigma*) that no scientist has ever been able to explain.
A good loser doesn’t sulk over defeat; a good winner doesn’t (*gloat, vow*) after victory.
A great teacher not only makes the material of the course understandable but also (*infuriates, motivates*) the students to want to learn more.
The applicants for the job will have to (*queue, slake*) up in an orderly way and wait their turns to be interviewed.
The United States has laws that (*restrict, waylay*) the numbers and kinds of immigrants allowed to enter this country.
She is never bored because she has a great (*enigma, diversity*) of interests, ranging from folk dancing to mathematics.
Her analysis of what is wrong with our city government seems to me remarkably (*sage, global*) and helpful.
Because Sam is so good at stealing bases, he has become a (*slake, designated*) runner for our baseball team.
By the time you are old enough to enter the workforce, many (*sages, vocations*) that are important today may not even exist anymore.
Many view Shakespeare as the timeless (*illusion, sage*) and constantly use his words to give advice.
The children who are admitted free to the ball game will be allowed to sit only in certain (*motivated, designated*) parts of the stands.
President Jefferson sent Lewis and Clark to survey water routes, animals, plant life, and the (*terrain, waylay*) of the Louisiana Territory.
As the defense attorney left the courtroom, he was (*waylaid, designated*) by a group of eager reporters trying to get a statement from him.
Entangled in the trapper’s net, the (*infuriated, withered*) lion thrashed at the ropes and roared in helpless anger.
With the other team ten points ahead and only a few minutes left to play, our hopes of victory began to (*gloat, wither*).
As you have so many prejudices of your own, you should think twice before you accuse other people of being (*enigmas, bigots*).
Because I am convinced that violence always creates more problems than it solves, I have become a (*pacifist, bigot*).
To (*slake, restrict*) our curiosity, you will have to tell us everything that happened during that strange trip.
Before we begin our backpacking trip, we should have a good idea of the (*terrain, vocation*) we are going to cover.
Has it ever occurred to you that your belief that you are a superior person and a natural leaders may be no more than a(n) (*barrage, illusion*)?
World War II was a truly (*global, pacifist*) struggle, fought in all parts of the world by people of every race and background.
When the speaker asked for opinions from the audience, he was greeted with a (*terrain, barrage*) of critical remarks and angry questions.
Lilies are delicate and will (*wither, vow*) quickly if not protected from the hot sun.
Level A Unit 3 Completing The Sentence Answers
A person can usually tell how popular a new movie is by the length of the _____ in front of the box office.
Even before the new president took office, he _______ the men and women who were to serve in his cabinet.
Because the show is scheduled to end after midnight, the management will _________ admission to people over sixteen years old.
For better or for worse, as you become older and more experienced, you will lose many of the comforting ______ of youth.
Nothing ______ my boss more than an employee who is late for work and then offers a foolish excuse for not arriving on time.
Our hike was not very long, but the _______ was so rocky and hilly that we were exhausted by the time we reached our goal.
As he greatly enjoys woodworking and also makes a living from it, his hobby and his ________ are one and the same.
I came to regard my grandmother as a(n) ________ whose wisdom helped solve many family problems.
The pollution problem, far from being limited to the United States, is truly ________ in scope.
As she was sworn in, she made a(n) __________ that she would never use the powers of her office for selfish or unworthy purposes.
The police now believe that the mugger ________ the victim as she entered the elevator of her apartment house.
No decent or kind person will ______ over someone else’s failures or misfortunes.
The desire to be the world’s top tennis player _________ the young woman to spend hours every day improving her game.
Is it possible to be a _______ in a world where so many people are using force to take unfair advantage of others?
The deadly _________ of shells from our guns pinned down the enemy troops on the narrow beach where they had landed.
The animals in the drought area traveled for many miles to reach a body of water where they could ________ their thirst.
The rich _______ of plant and animal life in a tropical rain forest never ceases to amaze me.
How sad it is to see such beautiful flowers _______ and die!
I don’t understand what he is aimimng at or why he behaves as he does; in fact, his whole personality is a(n) _______ to me.
Like a typical _______, he believes that any customs different from his own are “wrong” and “uncivilized.”
Level A Unit 3 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
Synonyms: bombardment, shelling, volley, blast
Synonyms: racist, prejudiced person Antonym: fair-minded person
Synonyms: (v.) name, signify, denote, nominate, choose
Synonyms: dissimilarity, different Antonyms: similarity, sameness, uniformity
Synonyms: riddle, mystery, puzzle, conundrum
Synonyms: relish, revel in, crow over Antonyms: regret, bemoan, mourn, feel chagrined
Synonyms: worldwide, universal, widespread, international Antonyms: regional, provincial, local
Synonyms: delusion, fantasy Antonyms: reality, truth, actuality
Syn: provoke, incense, madden, irritate Ant: calm, soothe, pacify, please
Synonyms: spur on, encourage, prompt, goad Antonyms: discourage, dissuade, disincline
Synonyms: (n.) peacemaker, dove, conscientious objector Antonym: (n.) warmonger
Synonyms: (n.) column, file, row, line Antonym: (n.) disorganized crowd, chaos
Synonyms: hold back, limit Antonyms: open up, enlarge, expand
Synonyms: (adj.) sagacious; (n.) philosopher, Solomon Antonyms: (adj.) foolish, unwise; (n.) fool, dunce
Synonyms: gratify, sate, ease, assuage Antonyms: increase, intensify, aggravate
Synonyms: ground, topography, territory, land
Synonyms: career, pursuit Antonyms: hobby, pastime, avocation
Synonyms: (n.) word of honor; (v.) pledge
Synonyms: entrap, ensnare, trap
Synonyms: shrivel, droop, shame, abash Antonyms: bloom, flower, flourish, burgeon
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