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Level B Unit 11 Choosing the Right Word Answers
British enlistment posters in World War I assured young men that they would be fighting for “king and country, __________ and home.”
The blustery winds on that cold November day played ___________ with my hair.
As long as the door to compromise is even slightly __________, there is a chance that we will be able to reach an understanding.
The wonders of nature are as ______________ as the grains of sand on the seashore.
Jorge and Louis both want to be friends again, but somehow their sincere efforts have been _____________.
Instead of resorting at once to armed force, the 2 nations resolved the conflict by entering into a diplomatic ___________.
In spite of all the criticism, our flag still stands throughout most of the world as a(n) _______________ of justice and freedom.
After World War II, the US was not ____________ toward its former enemies but tried to help them recover and rebuild.
For many years Benedict Arnold served his country faithfully, but then he disgraced his name for all time by an _____________ act of treason.
Contract talks have been stalled for weeks, and nothing either side has suggested can seem to break the _____________.
“_____________ is simply not good enough,” said the company president.
The facts of history cannot always be arranged in the form of a smooth and logical _____________.
The man has such a ______________ ego that absouletly nothing ever seems to deflate him.
“I _____________ you not to take any more reckless action,” the city council president pleaded with the mayor.
I wish you had _____________ over all the pros and cons before you made your final decision.
I was a little miffed when my polite _____________ of friendship were so rudely and nastily rejected.
Though jaywalking may be considered a(n) _____________ murder is definitely not!
Some parents are quite strict with their children; others are somewhat ______________ and permissive.
Instead of continuing to ______________ over the injustices that people have done to you, forget the past and concentrate on the future.
Our high hopes for an easy victory _____________ away to nothing as we watched our opponents steadily increase their lead over us.
As I look over your record, I get the impression that your background in math and science is not ________________ for an engineering course.
Since I am willing to contribute to any worthy cause, there is no need to ______________ me for aid in such an emotional way.
Her insistence on studying terms of our tutoring agreement made me think that I’d signed a ______________ with a lawyer.
I will not allow our long and much cherished friendship be __________________ by this unfortunate understanding.
I prefer _______________ fiction to drama or poetry.
Level B Unit 11 Completing The Sentence Answers
She ________ the doctor to tell her frankly how badly her son had been hurt.
On our trip to northern California, we felt very small and unimportant as we stood beside the ______ redwood trees.
The smoke from the logs burning on the ______ curled slowly upward into the chimney.
Because the front door was _____, the cat strolled into the living room.
As you will learn, in most operettas, the musical numbers are connected to one another by spoken _____.
One careless mistake can seriously _______ an otherwise perfect record.
You cannot expect to discipline a group of teenagers by making a capital offense of every _____________.
By entering into World War I, the United States broke the ________ on the Western Front and tipped the balance in favor of an Allied victory.
“The Highwayman” by Alfred Noyes is a(n) ______ poem that tells the story of a woman who sacrifices her life for her sweetheart.
Though Hitler’s Germany and Stalin’s Russia were bitter enemies, the two countries signed a nonaggression _____ in 1939.
Who has not gazed with awe at the _______ stars that fill the sky on a clear summer night!
Can any punishment be too severe for someone who has been guilty of such a(n) ______ crime?
The flood had wrought such _______ that the governor of the state declared the stricken region a disaster area.
Since I have never done him any harm, I don’t understand why he should take such a(n) _________ attitude toward me.
Let me have some time to ______ over your proposal before I give you a definite answer.
Though some of Verdi’s operas begin with short preludes, for others he composed full-length _______.
Before you leave, be absolutely sure that your supplies of food and water are ________ for an eight-day journey across the desert.
A white dove holding an olive branch in its beak is often used as a(n) ______ of peace.
No one questions the honesty and good intentions of the mayor, but he has been criticized for being _____ in carrying out his duties.
Though my sister starting out looking fresh as a daisy, she began to _______ noticeably after only five minutes in that humidity.
Level B Unit 11 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
Antonyms: peace and quiet, calm, order Synonyms: devastation, harm, disarray
Synonyms: chimney corner
Synonyms: entreat, beseech, pray Antonyms: demand forcefully, clamor for
Synonyms: countless, beyond reckoning Antonyms: countable, few in number
Synonyms: satisfactory, sufficing Antonyms: insufficient
Antonyms: closed tight, shut, open wide
Synonyms: exchange of ideas Antonyms: monologue, soliloquy
Synonyms: badge, insignia
Synonyms: enormous, colossal, mammoth Antonyms: tiny, infinitesimal, diminutive
Synonyms: slack, negligent, remiss Antonyms: strict, vigilant, conscientious, scrupulous
Synonyms: scar, disfigure, deface Antonyms: beautify, embellish, repair
Synonyms: misdeed, petty offense or transgression Antonyms: felony, serious crime
Synonyms: consider, reflect on
Synonyms: tale, chronicle
Synonyms: prelude, tender Antonyms: finale, postlude
Synonyms: compact, alliance, deal
Synonyms: standoff, draw, deadlock Antonyms: victory, defeat
Synonyms: vengeful, spiteful, malicious Antonyms: forgiving, relenting
Synonyms: sag, weaken, shrivel up Antonyms: flourish, bloom, sprout, perk up, revive
Synonyms: scandolous, villainous, flagrant, heinous
Level B Unit 11 Vocabulary in Context Answers
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