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Level C Unit 8 Choosing the Right Word Answers
In the unforgettable words of the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson ________ to the world that a new nation had been born.
The _____ and leafless trees seemed to add to the gloom of that wintry scene.
We gave strict instructions to the work crew telling them that, when they install the countertop, they must make sure that it _________ the wall.
The two candidates are working hard to get the voters’ support, but in my opinion there is no _________ difference between them.
Our hopes for a winning touchdown ___________ in the last minute when Jim fumbled and South High recovered the ball.
Although the woman was filled with grief, she remained ____________ during the poignant memorial service.
I pretended that being ignored by the “best people in town” meant nothing to me, but actually those snubs __________ deeply.
During the prolonged dry spell, the farmers’ _______ prayers for rain were seldom answered.
Let me state my absolute __________ for those who seek to bring about political change through violent means.
Our farm used to __________ the high school football field, but now the highway separates the two tracts of land.
All the heroism of our men could not __________ against the enemy’s superior forces.
Large numbers of stockholders allowed _______ to vote in their place.
It is a sad fact of experience that postwar political blunders can often _________ or even reverse the results of battlefield triumphs.
In a democracy, we expect people to have ______________ views and to express them openly.
We made phone calls, sent e-mails, and combed the neighborhood on foot, but our search for the lost dog was to no ___________.
After the big snowstorm, the trees seemed to be ________ in white lace.
In spite of my efforts to keep them at bay, spring weeds always manage to ________ my vegetable garden.
When the temperature suddenly __________ to below freezing, the hikers made the wise decision to descend the mountain.
President Kennedy bore his pain in such a __________ manner that few people realized how much he suffered from his World War II back injury.
I understand that pigeons are ______________ by nature, but I still don’t like them pecking around our picnic table, looking for crumbs.
If we had a good civil service system in this town, the mayor wouldn’t be able to put his _________ on the public payroll.
Before going to college, my brother did a _______ as an apprentice radio operator on an oceangoing tanker.
For her ____________ devotion to every good cause in our community we or this wonderful woman.
It didn’t take me long to master the ________ greetings, signs, and handshakes that were part of the club’s rituals.
The moon is sometimes faintly ___________ in the morning sky.
Level C Unit 8 Completing The Sentence Answers
Over a period of years, words and phrases used in the field of computer science _______________ everyday speech.
His failure to win the election _______________ in his mind until it caused a complete emotional breakdown.
In our community, people of many ethnic backgrounds work together without jealousy or _______________.
My father has three _______________ who go with him each year on a camping trip in the High Sierras.
All her efforts to get more business for her troubled company proved to be of no _______________, and the store had to close down.
To prepare for the job interview, she _______________ herself in a simple but elegant navy blue suit.
I didn’t think she would have the nerve to ask me for a loan, but she did_and with no _______________ embarrassment.
The witnesses’ statements are so _______________ that it’s hard to know how the accident actually happened.
Each year the president _______________ the last Thursday in November as a day of national thanksgiving.
We decided not to buy the house, mainly because the property it sits on unfortunately _______________ the noisy main highway.
Shakespeare said that Cassius had a “lean and hungry lock,” but I would describe him with the single word _______________.
The rise in the cost of living _______________ my efforts to save some money from my small salary.
Although the vulture has a decidedly poor reputation, it does a useful job as a(n) _______________, clearing away decaying matter.
Even after he retired and we expected him to slow down, his efforts in support of his beloved school remained _______________.
Instead of giving us a clear and helpful answer, the speaker offered only the _______________ prophecy that “time will tell.’
As a teenager, she developed a(n) _______________ interest in biology that let do a lifelong career.
We watched in dismay as our new model airplane suddenly went out of control and _______________ to the ground.
Their parents had _______________ for many years to save the money needed to send the children to college.
Since I will not be able to attend the meeting, I hereby appoint Ms. Brown to act as my _______________.
He tried to appear _______________ when he heard he bad news, but I realized that he was deeply hurt.
Level C Unit 8 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
synonyms: border on, bolster
synonym: (n.) clothing
synonyms: not in agreement, differing, unorthodox, unconventional
synonyms: hostility, animosity
synonyms: enthusiastic, burning, blazing, scorching
synonyms: lean, lanky, all skin and bones
synonyms: slip into, creep into, penetrate
synonyms: invalidate, annul
synonyms: noticeable, discernible, observable
synonym: (v.) take a nosedive
synonyms: announce, promulgate
synonyms: irritate, vex, nettle, irk
synonyms: (v.) restrict, scrimp, economize
synonyms: unresponsive, impassive
synonyms: steady, undiminished, unremitting
antonyms: adversary, rival
antonyms: crystal clear, unambiguous
antonyms: merging, intersecting, converging, orthodox, conventional
antonyms: friendship, amity
antonyms: blase, apathetic, restrained, emotionless
antonyms: plump, stout, corpulent
antonyms: confirm, endorse, ratify, sanction
antonyms: invisible, unnoticeable, indiscernible
antonyms: (v.) soar, skyrocket
antonyms: conceal, cover up
antonyms: please, gratify
antonyms: (v.) splurge, squander, lavish
antonyms: excitable, emotional, hotheaded
antonyms: diminishing, drooping, sagging
Level C Unit 8 Vocabulary in Context Answers
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