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Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 2 Choosing the Right Word Answers
Because I was not even born when the Beatles were at the height of their popularity, their albums do not fill me with (duplicity, nostalgia).
It was rude of you to (retrogress, grimace) so obviously when the speaker mispronounced words and made grammatical errors.
Though it may appear rather ordinary to the casual reader, Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address is to me the (impetus, quintessence) of eloquence.
Some civil engineers believe that someday it may be (feasible, averse) to derive a large part of our energy directly from the sun.
Providing a powerful defense force for our nation does not mean that we are taking a (belligerent, meticulous) attitude toward any other nation.
Though the peace talks began with an exchange of lofty sentiments, they soon (retrogressed, grimaced) into petty squabbling and backbiting.
(Extolling, Scrutinizing) other people’s achievements is fine, but it is no substitute for doing something remarkable of your own.
Anyone who is (averse, cursory) to having a girl’s hockey team in our school doesn’t know what’s been happening in recent years.
News of famine in various parts of the world has given added (nostalgia, impetus) to the drive to increase food production.
It made me very uncomfortable to see the suspicion with which the wary customs officers (scrutinized, extolled) my passport.
After shouting at each other rather angrily, the participants in the round table discussion calmed down and parted (feasibly, amicably).
When I saw my sister land in a tree on her first parachute jump, my interest in learning to skydive became decidedly (tepid, adroit).
The lawyer’s (adroit, belligerent) questioning slowly but surely revealed the weaknesses in his opponent’s case.
Carelessness in even minor details may (extol, jeopardize) the success of a major theatrical production.
Do you think you are being fair in passing judgment on my poem after such a (cursory, benevolent) reading?
His parents tried to encourage an interest in literature, music, and art, but he seemed (amicable, impervious) to such influences.
The nightmare that continues to haunt all thoughtful people is a nuclear (jeopardy, holocaust) in which our civilization might be destroyed.
In the Sherlock Holmes stories we read of the evil Professor Moriarty, choose (duplicity, quintessence) was almost a match for Holme’s genius.
On the morning of the picnic, the sky was gray and overcast, but suddenly the sun came out and smiled on us (benevolently, adroitly)
I knew you would be (impervious, meticulous) in caring for my plants, but I did not expect you to water them with a medicine dropper!
After the dictator walked out of the peace talks, the visiting diplomat tried to carry on (amicable, belligerent) negotiations between the two nations.
Many people become (nostalgic, meticulous) when they watch black-and-white movies and old serial reruns television.
How many people actually enjoy drinking (impetus, tepid) milk before bedtime even though it is highly recommended to ease digestion?
(Impervious, Duplicitous) to everything except a rare radioactive isotope found deep in the earth, the superhero battled the giant aliens to save the world.
Those who are (adroit, averse) to seafood may enjoy the many other menu options.
Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 2 Completing The Sentence Answers
|extols||Our physical education instructor _____________ the virtues of regular exercise.|
|belligerent||For centuries, Switzerland has avoided becoming a(n) __________________ in the conflicts that have scarred the rest of Europe.|
|jeopardy||When I realized how bad the brakes of the old car were, I feared that our lives were in _______________.|
|impervious||What good is a plastic raincoat that is ________________ to water if it also prevents any body heat from escaping?|
|nostalgia||As the old soldier watched the parade, he was suddenly overcome with _______________ for the youthful years he spent in the army.|
|quintessence||King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table were the ___________________ of chivalry.|
|feasible||A triple reverse looks mighty impressive on the chalkboard, but I doubt that the play will prove ________________ on the football field.|
|cursory||A(n) _______________ examination of my luggage was enough to show me that someone had been tampering with it.|
|scrutinized||An expert from the museum _________________ the painting, looking for telltale signs that would prove it to be genuine or expose it as a forgery.|
|averse||If you are ________________ to hard study and intensive reading, how do you expect to get through law school?|
|grimace||If, as you claim, you really like raw oysters, why do you make such an eloquent ________________ every time you swallow one?|
|retrogress||My teacher counseled me to keep up my studies, or my performance in class might once again ________________ into mediocrity.|
|impetus||When I heard you speaking French so fluently, my determination to master that language received a fresh _____________.|
|tepid||Because I was looking forward to a hot bath, I was disappointed at the feeble stream of _____________ water that flowed into the tub.|
|meticulous||The accountant’s records – neat, accurate, and complete in every respect – show that she is a most __________________ worker.|
|adroit||Although he shows no particular talent as a worker, he is exceptionally _____________ at finding excuses for not doing his job.|
|amicable||Regarding Native Americans as “bloodthirsty savages,” Europeans were rarely able to maintain _______________ relations with them.|
|benevolent||No one doubted the _______________ intentions of the program for community improvement, but it was ruined by mismanagement.|
|holocaust||We must not forget the millions of people who were ruthlessly slaughtered by the Nazis in the ________________ of World War II.|
|duplicity||Only when we learned that the embezzler had tried to cast suspicion on his innocent partner did we realize the extent of his _______________.|
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