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Level G Unit 6 Choosing the Right Word Answers
|Human and animal forms carved in stucco and stone are a common (motif, neophyte) in ancient Aztec art.
|Though the book was written by an avowed (agnostic, derelict), it enjoyed a certain popularity with religious types.
|As he sat before the fire reading his newspaper, Grandfather seemed the very epitome of (plenary, sylvan) contentment.
|Because she is a fair-minded woman, I’m sure she will present both sides of the controversy with admirable (equity, effigy).
|Though I can sometimes be as (testy, derelict) as an irate wasp, I normally do not lose my temper very easily.
|Today’s forecast calls for variable cloudiness with (abject, intermittent) periods of rain.
|My studies have convinced me that the one dominant (motif, diatribe) in American history has been the expansion of democracy.
|Bag ladies and other homeless (neophytes, derelicts) roam our streets in increasing numbers.
|The awkward pause in the conversation became even more painful when he interjected his (plenary, inane) attempts at humor.
|All of a sudden, a strange young man rushed onto the speaker’s platform and launched into a (travesty, diatribe) against “big government”.
|After over 30 years in Congress, he retains the idealism of the (agnostic, neophyte) but has gained the practical wisdom of the veteran.
|His disgraceful behavior since he left college is in itself a(n) (indictment, surveillance) of the lax, overindulgent upbringing he received.
|What qualities will he have to fall back on when his (indubitable, testy) charm and good looks begin to wear thin?
|His extraordinary ability to (moot, travesty) the works of popular writers is largely due to his keen eye for the ridiculous.
|The picture shows the three Graces dancing in a forest clearing, while nymphs, satyrs, and other (sylvan, indubitable) creatures cavort among the trees.
|According to the village’s custom, one can get rid of an enemy by making a tiny (effigy, motif) of him and sticking it full of pins.
|Observers on the ground keep close (surveillance, equity) on air traffic at a busy airport by means of various electronic devices, such as radar.
|Only an (intermittent, abject) coward would stand idly by while a defenseless old woman was mugged in the street.
|The historian had long been noted for the soundness of his scholarship and the (complicity, perspicacity) of his judgement.
|“I vetoed that idea when it was first (mooted, indicted) years ago,” the governor said, “and I have never regretted my decision.”
|How can I be accused of (indictment, complicity) in that plot when I did not even know the conspirators?
|To some readers, the dark and (intermittent, sylvan) setting of Hawthorne’s short story “Young Goodman Brown” symbolizes the unknown.
|We laughed at Grandmother’s confession that she can be (testy, moot) before she has er morning cup of coffee
|Several theology professors have given provocative reviews of the new book by Mr. Stuart, who readily admits he is an (effigy, agnostic).
|The sleeping security guard was (derelict, plenary) in his duties.
Level G Unit 6 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
|wretched, miserable, ignoble
|lofty, noble, exalted
|vagrant, remiss, delinquent
|punctilious, conscientious, scrupulous
|panegyric, encomium, eulogy
|figure, figurine, likeness
|justice, fairness, impartially
|injustice, unfairness, bias, prejudice
|vapid, idiotic, moronic, fatuous
|sensible, meaningful, profound
|questionable, debatable, dubious
|fitful, spasmodic, random
|debatable, questionable, broach
|undebatable, indisputable, self-evident
|tenderfoot, tyro, rookie
|veteran, past master, exert, pro
|acuity, acumen, discernment
|limited, restricted, incomplete
|observation, scrutiny, monitoring
|irritable, peevish, waspish, petulant
|even-tempered, imperturbable, unexcitable
|burlesque, parody, caricature, farce
Level G Unit 6 Completing The Sentence Answers
|During the emergency, the mayor assumed _________ authority and did whatever was needed to provide essential services.
|Those who saw the young woman being assaulted and did nothing to help her were guilty of _________ in the crime.
|The _________ of her analysis not only clarified the nature of the problem but also suggested its most promising solution.
|Though some writers have emphasized Jefferson’s human weaknesses, his greatness is also a(n) ________ part of the historical record.
|I would be _________ in my duty to you if I did not warn you against the pernicious effects of smoking cigarettes.
|For years, we carried on a(n) __________ correspondence, sometimes allowing months to pass before a letter was answered.
|How could a mere ___________ in the teaching profession question the judgment of so experienced an educator?
|The fact that so many released prisoners return to a life of crime is in itself a terrifying _________ of our penal system.
|Throughout the period that the spy thought he had gone undetected, he was actually under close _______ by the CIA.
|Since the accused was never really given a chance to defend himself, his so-called trial was nothing but a(n) ________ of justice.
|Simple ________demands that we distribute the tax burden as fairly as possible among the populace, the senator remarked.
|Since he neither nor denies the existence of God, I’d classify him as a(n) ___________ rather than an atheist.
|Every time we did something to anger him, he delivered an intemperate ___________ lambasting our “hopeless irresponsibility.”
|It was such a(n) ___________ remark that I couldn’t keep myself from laughing derisively when I heard it.
|I’d say that the phrase “having a short fuse” aptly describes my boss’s decidedly _________ disposition.
|In her garland of leaves and acorns, the child looked very much like some _________ spirit from an Arthurian myth.
|The overthrown dictator was hanged in __________ before a vast throng in the square.
|At the slightest sound of thunder, dog Rover dives under the bed in a state of ___________ terror.
|In the Wagner’s operas, brief musical ___________ associated with the characters or their actions recur again and again.
|How can you call than a(n) _______ question when it is quite clearly a simple matter of right and wrong?
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