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Level B Unit 10 Choosing the Right Word Answers
The modern TV sitcom developed from the type of broad ___ that slapstick comedians served up in the 1920s and 1930s.
Since I was led to believe that she would approve my proposal, I was very much taken aback when it was ___ out of hand.
Beneath the ___ body of the getaway car, there was a powerful, finely tuned motor, capable of reaching high speeds.
After winning the award for best actress, she joyously ___ praise on everyone who had worked with her on the move.
The campaign to eliminate pollution will prove ___ unless it has full public support.
He amazed us by reaching into the pile of ___ on his desk and pulling out the exact piece of paper he wanted.
“I discovered a really cool store with all kinds of ___ army and navy equipment,” Joel told his friends excitedly.
I sometimes think that he enjoys being sick and having everyone wait on him, sympathize with him, and ___ him.
When he said he would “beard the lion in his ___,” he merely meant that he was going to have it out with the boss.
What a difference between the ___ of the typical freshman and the know-it-all confidence of a senior!
He is ___ for his habit of taking small loans from his best friends and then conveniently forgetting about them.
Even the toughest critics have been ___ in their praise of the new movie.
The first thing Rick and Maria do when they enter a room is to ___ it with their jackets, shoes, backpacks, books, electronic equipment, and pencils.
When I think back to my days of basic training, I can almost hear the drill sergeant ___ commands across the field.
It would be impossible to ___ our system of governmental checks and balances without destroying American democracy.
The courts of many Renaissance princes were jammed with ___, toadies, and other idle hangers-on.
The sudden thunderstorm made a ___ of the picnic, forcing us to feel for cover and soaking most of our food.
After buying all the supplies for the club party, we were delighted to find that we had a grand ___ of 65 cents.
The best way to avoid those ___ cram sessions just before the exams is to do your work steadily all term long.
Their record is 100% consistent – they have managed to ___ every job they have undertaken.
My experience has been that people who cut corners on small matters will also ___ their obligations.
We who live in the United States today are the chief ___ of the rich heritage of freedom left to us by the framers of the Constitution.
Ever since I was bitten by a stray mutt years ago, I have had a ___ fear of all dogs.
She was indeed fortunate to find herself working under a person who was ____ to her novel ideas.
Most presidents don’t like to exercise their ___ power often.
Level B Unit 10 Completing The Sentence Answers
A sitting president can ______ a measure passed by a majority of Congress, but lawmakers can overrule his decision.
Since the defendant was never given a chance to prove his innocence, his so-called “trial” was nothing more than a _______.
I know what it is that I have to do, and you may be certain that I will not ______ my duty.
It is a curious fact of nature that most _____ are unable to survive when they are separated from the organisms they feed on.
The practice session was so _______ that we scarcely had the strength to get to the dressing room and take our showers.
Ever since the new tax laws went into effect, there has been speculation as to who the real _________ of the changes will be.
All the members of that family are such ______ people that we are always completely at ease whenever we visit them.
The ______ of food produced each year in the United States is desperately needed to feed hungry people all over the world.
Many people both here and abroad seem to have a ______ fascination with the tragic fate of the Russian royal family.
It is hard to believe that a teenager so courageous and able on a camping trip can show so much ______ when invited to a dance.
Though the cabin was a little _______ when we bought it, we were able to spruce it up without going to a great deal of expense.
Why must you _____ up your mind with so many trivial and useless scraps of information?
When we realized that he had been tricked by his opponent, he let out a ______ of rage that could be heard all over the gym.
They gave me so ______ a helping of dinner that for the first time in my life I was unable to polish off the food on my plate.
Unfortunately, the brave lifeguard’s valiant attempts to rescue the drowning swimmer proved ________.
The inexperienced assistant _______ the business letter he was trying to compose and had to rewrite it.
He is such a ________ liar that no one takes anything he saw seriously anymore.
When I accepted the invitation to join them on the vessel, I didn’t realize that I had agreed to help ______ the ship.
The animals in the zoo are kept in quarters that are designed to imitate their _______ in the wild.
As a child she was so _______ by her parents that she still seems to think that her wishes should be instantly granted.
Level B Unit 10 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
Syn. v. yell, bawl, holler n. howl Ant. whisper, murmur
Syn. recipient, heir
Syn. foul up, mangle
Syn. v. litter n. confusion Ant. order, tidiness, neatness
Syn. in disrepair, deteriorated, gone to seed Ant. shipshape, trim
Syn. disassemble Ant. put together, assemble, construct
Syn. buffoonery, travesty
Syn. fruitless, vain, ineffective Ant. successful, effective
Syn. exhausting, punishing, taxing Ant. easy, effortless
Syn. gracious, cordial, courteous Ant. unfriendly, cold, icy, chilly
Syn. nest, burrow, hideaway
Syn. excessive, profuse Ant. stingy, meager; begrudge, stint, deny
Syn. depressed, unsound, “sick” Ant. wholesome, healthy, cheerful, blithe
Syn. disgraceful, infamous, disreputable Ant. unknown, obscure, respectable
Syn. cater to, indulge Ant. abuse, maltreat, mistreat, discipline
Syn. sponger, freeloader
Syn. duck, dodge Ant. fulfill, perform, shoulder
Syn. glut, surfeit, overage Ant. shortage, lack, dearth, paucity
Syn. faintheartedness, shyness Ant. fearlessness, boldness, intrepity
Syn. turn down, nix Ant. approve, endorse, ratify
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