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Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 2 Choosing the Right Word Answers
Though a trained veteran is often a well-tuned fighting machine, a raw recruit is sometimes no better than cannon ____.
To keep my self-respect, I must stand ___ before the authorities and tell them the truth as I see it.
After the formal dinner was over, we ____ to the den in order to continue our conversation in a more relaxed atmosphere.
As soon as I entered that charming little cottage, I noticed that everything in it was neat and _____.
At one point in our fencing match, my opponent unexpectedly ___ to the left and threw me completely off guard.
Instead of all those long, flowery passages, why don’t you try to write more in the ___ and direct style of a good newspaper reporter?
I can understand how poor people sometimes feel ____ by the wealth and luxuries they see on TV programs.
His behavior is so ____ that we never know what to expect from him.
When I first noticed how ____ my roommate’s handwriting was, I suggested he sign up immediately for a course in penmanship.
I would be unwilling to vote for the ___ of club members just because they were behind in their dues.
The desire to force everyone to accept the same set of ideas is completely _____ to the spirit of democracy.
We all experience fear and panic, but the leader of a great nation must be able to ___ such emotions.
In my opinion, his writing is so bad that he will have to improve a great deal just to reach the level of _____.
“No,” she said, “I won’t ___ your ears by repeating those mean and nasty rumors.”
All great athletes should know that the same fans who are cheering them today may be ___ them tomorrow.
For centuries people have turned to various kinds of religious literature to ___ themselves against the shocks of daily life.
Even though I must work hard for a living, I feel that the company I’m with amply ___ me for my time and effort.
“The Rake’s Progress” paints a grim and uncompromising picture of some of the more ___ and degrading aspects of human behavior.
Over the years I’ve noticed one thing about rumors: Where the facts are few, fictions ____.
A best-selling book that is then made into a movie may be more __ than the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 2 Completing The Sentence Answers
Though he had a great sinker ball, he was so ____________ on the mound that fans started to call him, “Wild Pitch Hickock.”
When the national economy is expanding, new housing developments begin to _______________; when times are lean, construction slacks off.
the fact that you say you are truly sorry does not _________________ for the pain I have suffered as a result of your cruelty.
their so-called peace initiative proved to be nothing more than a clever ____________ designed to lull the enemy into a false sense of security.
A telegram was usually as __________ as possible, since there was a charge for every word used.
A(n) ___________ student is one who neither fails any subject nor receives any marks that are above average.
To enlarge the areas under their control, kings of old sent out their armies to ______________ their neighbors.
The speaker advised us not to imitate the __________________ kind of person who squanders time and money in the vain persuit of pleasure.
In spite of all the adverse criticism her ideas have received, she remains _________________ in her determination to improve our community.
Despite all my efforts to make this a(n) ________________ enterprise, it continues to be a devidedly unprofitable oraganization.
When it is time to end one of our meetings, a member must make a motion to ____________.
their only response to my warnings was to ____________ at me scornfully and go ahead with their plans.
Our doctor’s handwriting is so _______________ that my brother used one of his prescriptions as a teacher’s pass.
Some people drink quantities of orange juice and swallow Vitamin C tablets in a valiant attempt to ________themselves against winter colds.
Our laws protect not only citizens but also _____________ legally residing in this country.
the thoroughly disgraceful behavior of a few dissipated officers effectively ______________ the honor of the entire unit.
How can you be so cruel as to __________ those poor dogs by offering them tidbits that you will never let them have?
Though she is not a beautiful woman by conventional standards, she is certainly _____________ and appealing.
the farmer must provide storage facilities for the ________________ he plans to set aside for his cattle during the long winter.
He was a changed young man after his ________________ from West Point for “conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.”
Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 2 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
s:postpone, suspend, discontinue a:open, call to order
s:exotic, unfamiliar a:native, endemic, familiar
s:good-looking, attractive, bonny a:plain, homely, ugly, repulsive
s:pay back, reimburse, recompense a:fail to reward, stiff
s:dissipated, debauched, immoral, corrupt a:virtuous, chaste, moral, seemly, proper
s:irregular, inconsistent, unpredictable a:steady, consistent, dependable
s:ejection, ouster, eviction a:admittance, admission
s:trick, ruse, subterfugr, dodge, bluff
s:reinforce, shore up a:weaken, undermine, sap, impair
s:unreadable, indecipherable, scribbled a:readable, decipherable, distinct, clear
s:laugh at, mock, taunt a:applause, plaudits, accolades
s:gainful, moneymaking a:unprophitable, losing, in the red
s:run-of-the-mill a:exceptional, outstanding, distingushed
s:multiply, mushroom, burgeon a:decrease, diminish, dwindle, slack off
s:subdue, vanquish, master a:be conquered, submit, surrrender
s:pollute, taint, smear a:cleanse, purify, decontaminate
s:tempt, lead on, make one’s mouth water a:satisfy, fulfill, gratify
s:concise, succinet, crisp, short and sweet a:verbose, worgy, difuse, prolix
s:resolute, steadfast, unwavering a:irresolute, wavering, vacillating
Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 2 Vocabulary in Context Answers
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