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Level D Unit 15 Choosing the Right Word Answers
|During the Great Depression, millions of Americans were out of work, as much of the nation’s productive capacity lay dormant.
|When the referee called back a touchdown by the home team, he had to bear the brunt of the crowd’s anger.
|Whenever I even suspect that a gory scene is about to start in a movie, I avert my eyes or even cover them with my hands.
|After World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union became locked in a protracted struggle known as the Cold War.
|Your liberality is to be admired, but it must be controlled so that it is not out of proportion to your means.
|At a time when we need goodwill and cooperation, nothing will be gained by an emotional harangue about old abuses and mistakes.
|People who only think of themselves, with no concern for the feelings of others, are bound to be boorish.
|The applicant’s list of accomplishments, which went on for two pages, was dubious at best.
|I think that we can settle this dispute in a friendly way, without either of us becoming a defendant or a plaintiff.
|The dinner to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mrs. Roth’s teaching career was attended by a legion of her former students.
|For many years after the Civil War, thousands of combatants in the great battle of Gettysburg met in annual reunions.
|We’ll need to quarry for the large stones necessary for securing the foundation.
|He pretended to be speechless with anger, but we recognized this as a subterfuge to avoid answering the charges against him.
|Although we were fairly certain that the ice would be thick enough to hold us, we used a long stick as a probe to see if any part of the ice was too thin.
|A new popular singing idol will often actuate changes in clothing fashions.
|I was ashamed of my poor behavior at the debate and hope I did not abase myself in the eyes of the moderator.
|In the school library, all activity seemed to have become dormant as students napped with their heads and arms draped across desks.
|The detective story was so cleverly constructed that the character whom we took to be the pursuer turned out to be the quarry.
|We began with confidence in his success in the election, but as he made one mistake after another, we grew more and more dubious.
|Let us not avert our attention from the sufferings of the people living in the slums of our community.
|Since his absurd scheme was never really intended to harm us, we regard him as more of a fool than a knave.
|We demand that the committee is made up of legislators who will probe fearlessly into the causes of the energy crisis.
|Since the prisoner remained defiantly impenitent, the review panel saw no reason for granting him parole.
|A pack of reporters harried the senator with pointed and persistent questions even as he was being whisked into his limousine.
|How can that heartless beauty spurn
Level D Unit 15 Completing The Sentence Answers
|Why should you ? yourself by begging to be admitted to a club made up of snobs and phonies.
|We learned that the bizarre sequence of events was ? by an accidental tug on the switching device.
|The police were quickly ordered to the scene as a precautionary measure to ? a threatened riot.
|Fortunately the loud and generally ? behavior of a few of the guests did not spoil the party for the rest of us.
|The entire boardwalk at the beach was smashed to bits when the full ? of the hurricane struck it.
|The two ? fought it out with words rather than with fists.
|In AD 79, the sudden and violent eruption of a volcano that had been ? for many years destroyed Pompeii in two days.
|Isn’t friendship with a person who mistrusts you of ? value?
|The speakers’ corner in London’s Hyde Park is home to the soapbox orators who ? idlers and passersby.
|Bands of guerrillas ? the straggling soldiers as they retreated in disarray.
|On the surface, she seemed stubbornly ?, but secretly she regretted the damage her thoughtlessness had caused.
|The Mississippi river boats were home to crooks and ? of every description from cardsharps to confidence men.
|The soldiers of the mighty Roman ? were organized in battle units called cohorts and maniples.
|His many donations of large sums of money to organizations dedicated to relieving world hunger are evidence of his ?.
|As a lawyer for the ?, you will have full opportunity to cross-examine the witnesses for the defendant.
|Divers from the salvage ship will try to ? the ocean floor where the Confederate warship sank in 1863.
|Our planned stopover in Denver was unexpectedly ? when a blizzard prevented us from leaving the city for days.
|The bloodhounds pursued their human ? through the swamps.
|Because his feelings were hurt, he ? any attempts on my part to provide help.
|His sudden fainting spell was a ? to get out of taking me to the spring dance.
Level D Unit 15 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
|lower, humiliate, prostrate, demean
|elevate, ennoble, exalt
|trigger, incite, instigate
|stop, deflect, ward off, preclude
|invite, induce, provoke, cause
|vulgar, crude, uncouth, ill-mannered, gauche
|suave, urbane, polished, courtly, well-bred
|aftershock, aftermath, repercussion
|soldier, disputant, warrior; hostile, battling
|civilian; peaceful, neutral
|resting, still, quiescent
|awake, active, lively, productive
|questionable, suspect, unsettled, undecided
|certain, positive, indubitable, reliable
|rant, lecture; tirade, diatribe
|whisper, murmur, undertone
|badger, pester, hound, pillage, ravage
|remorseless, unrepentant, incorrigible
|ashamed, remorseful, contrite, apologetic
|rascal, rouge, scoundrel, miscreant
|multitude, host, throng, division, regiment
|squad, platoon; few, sparse
|largesse, magnanimity, broad-mindedness
|stinginess, miserliness, marrow-mindedness
|explore, scrutinize; inquiry, detector
|conceal, hide; cover-up, whitewash
|prolong, extend, elongate, spin-out
|contract, compress, concentrate
|prey, game, victim, excavation, pit, mine
|hunter, predator, pursuer
|turn down, reject, decline, snub, repudiate
|accept, welcome, greet
|dodge, blind, ruse, deception, artifice
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