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Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 7 Choosing the Right Word Answers
|In 1940, Winston Churchill conveyed to the British people the __________ truth that they were fighting for their national existence.
|When he accused me of playing fast and loose with the rules, I lost my temper and called him an officious __________.
|Hoping it was not too late to __________ their relationship, the young man purchased a lovely bouquet of roses.
|I’m not so sure that I want to rent a bungalow so __________ that I’ll have room for guests every weekend.
|We can expect __________ later if we do not develop a realistic conservation policy now.
|Instead of trying to help the people who had elected him, he became involved in a __________ little quarrel about handing out jobs.
|We sometimes forget that the great men who led our revolution were considered __________ by the British king.
|The Tech team was offside on the play; but since we had thrown them for an eight-yard loss, we __________ the five-yard penalty.
|Didn’t it occur to them that by signing the letter “Sophomores of Central High,” they would __________ the entire class in the protest?
|I wouldn’t say that I __________ housework, but I must admit that I avoid it whenever I can.
|Some people prefer the __________ of life in a big city to the more placid atmosphere of a small town.
|At lunchtime, the room rang with the sound of __________ debates between the fans of rival teams.
|The custom by which a young man buys his bride through a payment to her father is still__________ in some parts of the world.
|Did you know that many soft drinks, especially colas, are so __________ that they can erode tooth enamel overtime?
|The Founding Fathers set up a method of __________ the Constitution that is neither too easy nor too difficult to use.
|A lack of organizational skills can make a student’s life __________ right before a busy exam season.
|According to cryptozoologists–people who search for proof that legendary creatures exist– Bigfoot might be a large prehistoric humanoid that is still __________.
|Which great poet said that his head was “bloody but unbowed” under the __________ of fate?
|I don’t know which was more __________ –making improper use of the money or lying about it later.
|History gives us many examples of how the __________ effects of religious hatred can weaken the entire social structure.
|Even in his old age, Thomas Jefferson kept up a __________ correspondence with important people in America and abroad.
|The time has come for us to __________ our ancient disputes and go forward as a truly united people.
|A compromise agreement reached in the judge’s chambers would clearly __________ the need for a long, costly lawsuit.
|If you examine the evidence carefully, you will soon __________ the contradictions in the witness’s story.
|If you __________ blood, then you should probably not be a nurse.
Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 7 Completing The Sentence Answers
|It is particularly ___ for citizens to fail to vote in national elections and then complain about the government.
|The records of the school board meeting on the proposed bond issue are so ___ that it would take me a week to read them.
|A person who changes from one political party to another on the basis of honest conviction should not be regarded as a (n) ___.
|I didn’t expect you to like my suggestion, but I was shocked by your bitter and ___ criticism of it.
|One of the signs of maturity is the ability to ___ the difference between things that are secondary and things that are truly important.
|Although our drill instructor was determined to follow the rules, he was by no means an overbearing ___.
|The trunk of the car was so ___ that it held all of our skiing equipment as well as our other luggage.
|We Americans are proud that each change of the national administration, far from being ___, is carried out in a peaceful and friendly manner.
|Who would not feel depressed on entering that ___ old courtroom, with its dim lighting and dark, massive furnishings?
|Confident that she could present the case effectively to a judge, the lawyer advised her client to ___ his right to a jury trial.
|The American writer Dorothy Parker was celebrated for her sharp tongue and ___ wit.
|In a natural history museum, we can see physical remains of many species of animals that are no longer ___.
|Getting a good education will do much to ___ the problem of finding a job that pays well.
|Shakespeare tells us that “the evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft ___ with their bones.”
|Those accused of crimes are sometimes willing to ___ their accomplices in return for immunity for prosecution.
|Let me say frankly that I ___ prejudice in anyone, even a member of my own family.
|Are we justified in showing visitors only the most attractive and interesting sections of our cities, towns, or villages while keeping them away from the ___ neighborhoods where so many people live?
|In our frantic search for the missing papers, we overturned everything in the room, leaving it in complete ___.
|We are petitioning the council to ___ its procedures so that all citizens will have a chance to express their opinions.
|A person who has been ___ about my many dreadful misfortunes will either become stronger or suffer a complete breakdown.
Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 7 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
|(Syn)BATTERED by fluctuations in the stock market
|(Syn) a VAST an elegant hotel lobby
|(Syn) NOTICED a change in public opinion
|(Syn) a treasure LAID TO REST
|(Syn) willing to ALTER long-standing company policy
|(Syn) AVERT further debate
|(Syn) the SOLEMN tolling of church bells
|(Syn) condemned by all as a DEFECTOR
|(Syn) a formerly endangered, now THRIVING species
|(Syn) COPIOUS pieces of evidence
|(Ant) Seeking CONFINED lodging
|(Ant) DUG UP the ancient kings remains
|laid to rest
|(Ant) Took SUCCINCT notes during the meeting
|(Ant) A custom thought to be DEFUNCT
|(Ant) The CHEERFUL face of the lottery winner
Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 7 Vocabulary In Context Answers
a buffeted person will be…
to discern activity is to…
a turbulent exclamation is most likely…
somber shadows are…
a squalid appearance is not…
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