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Vocabulary Workshop Level G Unit 1 Choosing the Right Word Answers
|Famous for his monosyllabic replies to questions and a somber and (taciturn,germane) nature, President Coolidge had the nickname “Silent Cal”
|In that moment of grief, the conventional expression of sympathy I had always considered (tenable, banal) were surprisingly comforting.
|I am proud to have it said of me that I am stubborn and (invidious, intransigent) when genuine moral issues are involved.
|Ethelred the Unready was so reluctant to face the Vikings who invaded his kingdom that in effect he (arrogated, temporized) himself off the throne.
|What evident can you offer to (substantiate,eschew) the assertion that capital punishment does not deter potential murderers?
|Suddenly a band of ruffians set upon us and began to (congeal, belabor) us with blows and curses.
|Even a very imperfect human being may sometimes have virtues of mind or character that are worthy of (carping, emulation).
|Aristotle had such a (tenable, acquisitive) mind that his writings are a veritable gold mine of odd and interesting information.
|The mood of easy cordiality with which we began the meeting soon (congealed, temporized) into icy politeness.
|The poor woman was in such a state of shock after the accident that she couldn’t give a (coherent, taciturn) account of what had happened.
|The new batting champion in our softball league is a (insatiable, taciturn) young man who prefers to let his bat do his talking for him.
|The speech was so filled with (encomiums, reconnaissance) that I found it hard to believe that the subject of all this acclaim was plain old me.
|“That word has such (invidious, germane) connotation in modern American parlance” I said, “that I would hesitate to use it, even in jest.”
|His figure bears witness to his (acquisitive, insatiable) appetite for the pleasures of the table.
|In our attempt to improve the quality of life in America, we should not be too quick to (eschew, cohere) old ideas simply because they are old.
|When the evidence of his misconduct became irrefutable, he saw that his position was not (banal, tenable) and resigned.
|After the editor read the story he returned it to the author with only a few (carping, coherent) criticisms of minor faults penciled in the margin.
|The Constitution is uniquely designed to provide protection against those who might seek to (substantiate, arrogate) undue power to themselves.
|Aerial (reconnaissance, encomium) of he enemy’s positions provided the general with information he needed to plan his attack.
|After I mowed the lawn for an hour, he gave me a while dollar with the air of a feudal lord bestowing (largesse, intransigence) on a grateful serf.
|Your critical comments about my “lack of social background” may be true, but they are not (coherent, germane) to my qualifications for office.
|Because this committee has (belabored, emulated) the issue of zoning laws for months, we will not invite public comments on it again in tonight’s meeting.
|The historian needed to scrutinize additional handwriting samples before he could (eschew, substantiate) he signature on the document.
|Instead of opening voter’s minds to new ideas, the debate actually (arrogated, congealed) their previous objections to the proposed legislation.
|The (carping, largesse) of grateful patients made the clinic’s expression possible.
Vocabulary Workshop Level G Unit 1 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
|HARP ON the same point again and again
|the GRASPING real estate developer
|tries to COPY her social graces
|tends to HEDGE when confronted by direct questions
|the NIT-PICKING comments of a perfectionist
|the VORACIOUS hunger
|led the SCOUTING EXPEDITION
|was thanked for her MUNIFICENCE
|could not VERIFY the alibi
|received a well-deserved COMMENDATION
|blood that does not COAGULATE
|was PERTINENT to the investigation
|OBDURATE on certain points
|a JUSTIFIABLE reason for disagreeing
|tried to USURP control of the finances
|made a very COMPLIMENTARY (ant.) remark
|questioned the GARRULOUS (ant.) witness
|the NOVEL (ant.) lyrics to that song
|a DISJOINTED (ant.) essay of foreign policy
|ADOPTED (ant.) the use of technology
|greedy, avaricious, retentive
|renounce, abdicate, abandon
|fresh, original, new
|connected, unified, consistent, cohesive
|muddled, chaotic, disjointed
|harden, jell, solidify
|copy, mimic, rival, match, measure up to
|condemnation, castigation, criticism
|abstain from, steer clear of, forgo
|irrelevant, extraneous, inappropriate
|uncompromising, unyielding, obdurate
|lukewarm, halfhearted, yielding
|malicious, spiteful, prejudicial, pejorative
|stinginess, miserliness, niggardliness
|confirm, validate, authenticate
|refute, disprove, invalidate
|tight-lipped, uncommunicative, laconic
|garrulous, loquacious, prolix, verbose
|defensible, justifiable, maintainable
Vocabulary Workshop Level G Unit 1 Completing The Sentence Answers
|some of the episodes in the series were wonderfully fresh and original; others were just plain ______
|i don’t object to the inclusion of anecdotes in a serious lecture, but they should at the very least be _______ to the subject
|there is nothing wrong with ______ the great singers of the last as long as you eventually develop a style that is all your own
|when the temperature outside dropped suddenly, the muddy water in the ditch _____ into a mass of icy sludge
|the purpose of military ____ remains the same whether cavalry or helicopters are used: to learn as much as possible about the enemy
|in any crisis, the longer a person _____, the greater danger is likely to become
|in spite of his size, he was so _____ that we tended to forget he was even in the room
|the novel contains an interesting study of a miser’s _____ lust for gold and its evil effects on those around him
|by whose authority did you _______ to yourself the right how the club money would be spent?
|she received housing vouchers and food stamps as a result of the government’s _______
|students who seek high grades must learn to ___ the joys of that one-eyed monster, the television
|“there is now need for you to ____ the point,” i replied, ” when i already understand clearly what your criticism is
|as a result of recent research, earlier theories about the origin of the universe are no longer ______
|I doubt very much that he can ______ his assertion that he won two gold medals in the 1956 olympics
|in my opinion, there is absolutely no justification for making such ______ distinctions between the two types of product
|your essay would be a great deal tighter and more _______ if you removed all the extraneous information it now contains
|how can we “meet them halfway” when they are so _____ in their opposition to what we propose to do?
|even the most severe critics showered _____ on the young writer for the remarkable narrative power of her first novel
|never having any money in one’s pockets can be a real trial for someone born with the ______ instincts of a pack rat
|despite the ______ and nit-picking of the few petty minds, I feel we have a substantially improved out local school system of late
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