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Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 1 Choosing the Right Word Answers

 
1
diffused
 
2
circumspect
 
3
commandeer
 
4
unbridled
 
5
muddled
 
6
brigand
 
7
spurious
 
8
admonished
 
9
salvage
 
10
spasmodic
 
11
debris
 
12
opinionated
 
13
deadlock
 
14
perennial
 
15
relinquish
 
16
efface
 
17
breach
 
18
dilemma
 
19
cumbersome
 
20
predisposed
 
21
deadlocked
 
22
perennials
 
23
diffuse
 
24
spurious
 
25
muddle

Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 1 Completing The Sentence Answers

 
muddle
The records of our club were in such a(n) ______ that we couldn’t even determine which members had paid their dues.
 
predispose
The doctor become more and more fearful that her patient’s weakened condition would ______ him into pneumonia.
 
cumbersome
The rug made such a(n) ________ bundle that it took four of us to carry it up the stairs.
 
opinionated
He is so ________ that he won’t even consider the ideas or suggestions offered by other people.
 
brigand
The idea of a(n) ________ like Robin Hood who helps the poor appeals strongly to the popular imagination.
 
commandeer
In order to capture the fleeing criminals, the police _______ our car and raced after the vanishing truck.
 
breach
The water pouring through the ______ in the dam threatened to flood the entire valley.
 
admonish
The nurse rushed into the hospital corridor to ____ the visitors who were creating a disturbance.
 
spurious
Though all modern scholars accept Macbeth as Shakespeare’s work, one or two of the scenes may be _______.
 
debris
Many a teenager’s room is strewn with clothing, CDs, and all sorts of ______.
 
diffuse
I added a few drops of food coloring to the liquid and watched as they slowly _______ through it.
 
circumspect
Before I make an investment, I study all aspects of the situation in a most methodical and _______ manner.
 
salvage
Though his partner lost everything, he was able to ______ a few dollars from the wreckage of the bankrupt business.
 
relinquish
Once Great Britain had given up her vast overseas empire, she found that she had also _______ her position as a world power.
 
unbridled
A man of towering pride and _______ ambition, he stopped at nothing to achieve his goals as quickly and directly as possible.
 
perennial
Since we do not want to replace the plants in our garden every year, we favor _______ over annuals.
 
dilemma
I have a(n) _______. If I don’t get a job, I won’t have the money to do what I want; and if I do get a job, I won’t have the time.
 
efface
Though my memory is getting dimmer and dimmer with the slow passage of time, I doubt that the exciting events of my childhood will ever be totally ______.
 
deadlock
The two sides in the lawsuit reached a(n) ______ when neither was willing to meet the other partway.
 
spasmodic
Some people are subject to sudden seizures, during which their heads and legs may jerk about in a wild and _______ manner.
 
erratic
Though he had a great sinker ball, he was so ____________ on the mound that fans started to call him, “Wild Pitch Hickock.”
 
proliferate
When the national economy is expanding, new housing developments begin to _______________; when times are lean, construction slacks off.
 
compensate
The fact that you say you are truly sorry does not _________________ for the pain I have suffered as a result of your cruelty.
 
feint
Their so-called peace initiative proved to be nothing more than a clever ____________ designed to lull the enemy into a false sense of security.
 
terse
A telegram was usually as __________ as possible, since there was a charge for every word used.
 
mediocre
A(n) ___________ student is one who neither fails any subject nor receives any marks that are above average.
 
subjugate
To enlarge the areas under their control, kings of old sent out their armies to ______________ their neighbors.
 
dissolute
The speaker advised us not to imitate the __________________ kind of person who squanders time and money in the vain pursuit of pleasure.
 
unflinching
In spite of all the adverse criticism her ideas have received, she remains _________________ in her determination to improve our community.
 
lucrative
Despite all my efforts to make this a(n) ________________ enterprise, it continues to be a decidedly unprofitable organization.
 
adjourn
When it is time to end one of our meetings, a member must make a motion to ____________.
 
jeer
Their only response to my warnings was to ____________ at me scornfully and go ahead with their plans.
 
illegible
Our doctor’s handwriting is so _______________ that my brother used one of his prescriptions as a teacher’s pass.
 
fortify
Some people drink quantities of orange juice and swallow Vitamin C tablets in a valiant attempt to ________themselves against winter colds.
 
alien
Our laws protect not only citizens but also _____________ legally residing in this country.
 
sully
The thoroughly disgraceful behavior of a few dissipated officers effectively ______________ the honor of the entire unit.
 
tantalize
How can you be so cruel as to __________ those poor dogs by offering them tidbits that you will never let them have?
 
comely
Though she is not a beautiful woman by conventional standards, she is certainly _____________ and appealing.
 
fodder
The farmer must provide storage facilities for the ________________ he plans to set aside for his cattle during the long winter.
 
expulsion
He was a changed young man after his ________________ from West Point for “conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.”
 
marauder
Bands of _____ broke through the frontier defenses of the province and began to plunder the rich farmlands of the interior.
 
condone
“I am willing to wink at a harmless prank,” the dean remarked, “but I will not _____ outright vandalism.”
 
fabricate
It is a real tribute to the ingenuity of the human mind that for thousands of years people have been ______ new and interesting theories of the universe.
 
exorcise
In this clever spoof of horror movies, the local witch doctor encounters hilarious difficulties when he tries to _____ an evil demon that has taken up residence in the heroine’s body.
 
rift
As the layer of clouds that hung over the city began to break up, the sun came pouring through the _____.
 
surmount
It is only through the exercise of their intelligence that people can begin to ______ the difficulties they encounter in daily living.
 
trite
A screenplay of television drama with the same old boy-meets-girl plot can certainly be criticized as _____.
 
usurp
After driving the lawful ruler out of the country for good, the villainous duke _____ the throne and crowned himself king.
 
gluttony
In movies, characters who engage in _____ are often used for comic relief, but in real-life extreme overeating is a serious problem.
 
abridge
In order to fit the newspaper article into the space available, the editor had to _____ it by omitting secondary details.
 
terminate
The only way I could ______ the argument peacefully was to walk away abruptly.
 
pauper
Although they have enough money to live on, the loss of most of their great wealth has left them feeling like _______.
 
adherent
During a recent interdenominational service in our community center, the _______ of various faiths met to worship as one.
 
semblance
Though I was hurt by the tactless comment, I tried to show pleasure in it by twisting my lips in a feeble _____ of a smile.
 
irate
“I think,” said the salesclerk, “that the phrase ‘hot under the collar’ aptly describes the typical ______ customer that we have to deal with.”
 
dissent
A few of us who disagreed strongly with the committee’s conclusion felt compelled to raise our voices in _____.
 
pilfer
No one but a heartless scoundrel would ______ nickels and dimes from a charity’s collection fund.
 
altercation
Although I am not a particularly argumentative person, last week i found myself involved in a heated ______ with a salesclerk.
 
cherubic
“That child may have an angel’s ______ features, but at heart, he is a little devil,” I exclaimed in disgust.
 
eminent
After so many years of distinguished service in the United States Senate, he can properly be called a(n) _____ statesman.
 
access
This master key will give you _____ to any of the rooms in the building.
 
hoodwink
No matter how much protective legislation we pass, there will probably always be gullible consumers for swindlers to _______.
 
revile
One of the most controversial figures of his time, the former president was revered by some and _____ by others.
 
prototype
This handmade chair is a(n) _______ for the machine-built ones we will produce by the thousands.
 
anarchy
With no government around to restore order, the small country remained in a state of _____ for weeks after the revolution.
 
auspicious
Since everything had gone so smoothly, we felt that the campaign to elect Ellen captain was off to a(n) _______ beginning.
 
pliant
Though somewhat massively built, the gymnast’s body was as supple and _____ as a ballet dancer’s.
 
abscond
The treasurer who had ______ with the company’s funds was quickly captured by alert federal agents.
 
disentangle
The audiotape had gotten so badly entwined in the machinery that i had a hard time _______ it.
 
rectify
As soon as I discovered that the project was being mismanaged, I tried my best to _____ the situation.
 
inanimate
Though many people firmly believe that life-forms exist somewhere in outer space, everything that our astronauts have so far encountered has be decidedly ______.
 
larceny
The youths who had “borrowed” the car for joyriding were caught by the police and charged with ______.
 
arduous
Since I’m only an average linguist, mastering the irregular verbs in French was one of the most ____ tasks I have ever undertaken.
 
intrepid
Without the slightest hesitation, _____ firefighters will enter a blazing building to rescue anyone who may be trapped.
 
precipice
The guardrail was reinforced to prevent cars from skidding over the edge of the _____ and falling into the abyss below.
 
daunt
Her extraordinary faith in her own abilities enabled her to overcome many obstacles that would have _____ someone less confident.
 
reprieve
Since I did not feel well prepared, the three-day postponement of final exams was a most welcome ______.
 
incinerate
The steak I’d accidentally left in the broiler too long wasn’t just overdone; it was positively _____.
 
pompous
The overly ornate style of many 19th century writers seems rather forced and _______ to us today.
 
fated
Ancient astrologers developed the idea that what is _____ to happen to a person is determined by the stars.
 
reprimand
Mom and Dad said nothing when I failed the examination, but the disappointed looks on their faces hurt more than the most severe _____.
 
latent
Though she had always loved art, Grandma Moses did not discover her own _______ artistic talents until well into her seventies.
 
facilitate
The helpful librarian did much to ______ the research for my term paper.
 
stagnant
In large areas of the huge swamp, there were _____ pools of water covered with unmoving masses of green slime.
 
morose
When he was suddenly deprived of everything he valued in life, the poor man became extremely gloomy and ______.
 
rebut
After both of the opposing speakers had presented their cases, they were allowed time to _____ each other’s arguments.
 
incorrigible
The fact that you cannot control those small children does not mean that they are ______.
 
succumb
The doctor warned relatives that if the patient’s condition deteriorated any further, he would ____ to pneumonia.
 
militant
It is an unfortunate fact that the _____ attitudes of Germany’s kaiser and his saber-rattling cronies helped make World War I inevitable.
 
opaque
If we are going to use this space as a darkroom for photography, we must have a completely _____ covering over the window.
 
catalyst
In certain industrial processes, _______ speed up the desired reaction by lessening the amount of energy needed to produce it.
 
annihilate
It is a frightening fact of modern life that we now possess the weaponry to ____ not only our enemies but all humankind.
 
paramount
No matter what make of automobile you have, it is of ______ importance that you learn to drive safely before you use it.
 
exodus
The second book of the Old Testament is named for the story it recounts of the _______ of the Israelites from the land of Egypt.
 
accomplice
The youth did not actually steal the car, but he was an _______.
 
servitude
Many people came to the Americas after they had been sentenced to terms of penal ______ for crimes they had committed.
 
arbitrary
In guaranteeing the right to “due process of law,” the Constitution protects Americans against _____ arrest and imprisonment.
 
slapdash
“If you spent more time and effort on your essays, they would cease to be such _____ affairs,” my older sister wisely observed.
 
brazen
Fighting is considered such a(n) _____ violation of the rules of a game that the offending players are usually severely penalized.
 
prattle
His friends call her “Motormouth” because he has a remarkable capacity to ______ endlessly about the most trivial matters.
 
hew
For thousands of years Native Americans used stone implements to _____ canoes out of logs and tree trunks.
 
ghastly
I shall never forget the ______ sight that greeted us when we arrived at the scene of the accident.
 
lucid
Although the survivors were still in a state of shock, some of them were ______ enough to answer the questions posed by the police.
 
impoverished
When the stock market collapsed in 1929, many wealthy spectators found themselves as _______ as proverbial church mice.
 
sardonic
The wily old senator derived a certain amount of _____ amusement from watching his enemies turn on and destroy one another.
 
diligent
A student who is ______ and systematic in study habits will often do better than one who is brilliant but lazy.
 
incessant
Because my home is located at a busy intersection, I have been forced to accustom myself to the ______ hum of traffic outside.
 
doleful
I suppose bloodhounds may be happy as other dogs, but they have the ______ look of creatures who have lost their last friend.
 
prim
He is rather ______ sort of man whose sensibilities are easily shocked by other people’s less exacting standards of conduct.
 
atone
Saying “I’m sorry” is a good way to begin to ______ for the suffering or harm that you have done to another person.
 
defray
To help ______ the expenses that I would incur on the senior class trip to Washington, I worked as a babysitter.
 
intricate
Our football team would do a great deal better if we mastered a few simple plays, instead of trying to use all those ______ formations.
 
taunt
A woman of strong character and noble bearing, she endured the jibes and _____ of her adversaries with great patience and fortitude.
 
hamper
The huge piles of snow that cover the roads will greatly _____efforts of the rescue team to reach the stranded skiers.
 
posthumous
On the steps of the Capitol, the president awarded ______ Medals of Honor to soldiers who had recently fallen in defense of the country.
 
superfluous
“Since their heroic deeds clearly speak for themselves,” the president remarkes “further comment on my part would be _______.”
 
credible
I know that he will say anything to save his own skin, but I feel that in this case his account of the incident is ______ and should be accepted.
 
bondage
Lincoln said: “Familiarize yourself with the chains of ______ and you prepare your own limbs to wear them.”
 
tenacious
“Someone with such a ______ grip on life doesn’t give up the ghost easily,” I thought as I watched the old man’s struggle to stay alive.
 
supplant
During World War II, artificial rubber began to ______ natural rubber in American automobile tires.

Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 1 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers

 
Admonish (synonym)
warn; call on the carpet
 
Circumspect (synonym)
wary; guarded; prudent
 
Commandeer (synonym)
take over; requistion
 
Cumbersome (synonym)
ponderous; unwieldly
 
Deadlock (synonym)
standoff; stalemate; impasse
 
Debris (synonym)
rubble; flotsam and jetsam; detritus
 
Diffuse (synonym)
disperse; rambling; verbose; prolix
 
Dilemma (synonym)
predicament; quandary; pickle; bind
 
Efface (synonym)
blot out; erase; expunge; obliterate
 
Muddle (synonym)
jumble; mess up; confusion; disorder
 
Opinionated (synonym)
obstinate; pigheaded; inflexible
 
Perennial (synonym)
enduring; recurring
 
Predispose (synonym)
make susceptible to
 
Relinquish (synonym)
surrender; abandon
 
Salvage (synonym)
rescue; recover; retrieve; reclaim
 
Spasmodic (synonym)
irregular; occasional
 
Spurious (synonym)
fraudulent; bogus; false; counterfeit
 
Unbridled (synonym)
unrestrained; unchecked
 
Admonish (antonym)
praise; pat on the back
 
Breach (antonym)
close; seal
 
Circumspect (antonym)
rash; reckless; incautious; heedless
 
Cumbersome (antonym)
manageable; easy to handle
 
Deadlock (antonym)
agreement; accord; breakthrough
 
Diffuse (antonym)
concentrate; brief; concise; succinct
 
Dilemma (antonym)
cinch
 
Muddle (antonym)
orderliness; tidiness; neatness
 
Opinionated (antonym)
open-minded; reasonable
 
Perennial (antonym)
brief; short-lived; fleeting; ephemeral
 
Predispose (antonym)
immunize against; shield from
 
Relinquish (antonym)
hold onto; keep; retain; cling to
 
Salvage (antonym)
scrap; abandon; junk
 
Spasmodic (antonym)
steady; continuous; chronic
 
Spurious (antonym)
bona fide; valid; genuine; authentic
 
Unbridled (antonym)
restrained; held in check; muted

Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 1 Vocabulary in Context Answers

  1. B
  2. C
  3. A
  4. A
  5. B

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