Camp Creepy Time: Spelling And Vocabulary

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Camp Creepy Time: Spelling And Vocabulary - Quiz

Spell the word that matches the definition provided. 10 points per question for a total of 100 points. Good Luck! - Mr. J

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    1. equal in value, measure, force, effect

  • Explanation
    The word "equivalent" means that two things are equal in value, measure, force, or effect. It suggests that there is a similar or comparable quality between the two things being compared.

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  • 2. 

    1.  to stun or overwhelm with noise

  • Explanation
    The word "deafening" means to stun or overwhelm with noise. It suggests a very loud and intense sound that is so powerful that it can temporarily impair one's hearing. It conveys the idea of a noise that is so loud that it is almost unbearable or overwhelming to the point of causing a sense of being stunned or shocked.

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  • 3. 

    1. Desert where story takes place

  • Explanation
    The correct answer is Mojave because the question is asking for the desert where the story takes place. The Mojave Desert is a well-known desert located in the southwestern United States, primarily in California. It is a popular setting for many stories and is known for its arid climate and unique desert landscape.

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  • 4. 

    1. buildings, badly constructed or maintained

  • Explanation
    The word "ramshackle" refers to buildings that are poorly constructed or maintained. This suggests that the structures are in a state of disrepair or are falling apart. The term implies that the buildings are in a dilapidated or unstable condition, possibly due to neglect or lack of proper maintenance.

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  • 5. 

    1. a violent attack

  • Explanation
    Onslaught means a violent attack or assault. It implies a sudden and intense offensive or aggressive action. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "onslaught" as it is synonymous with a violent attack.

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  • 6. 

    1. full of small cavities; porous; resembles a cavern

  • Explanation
    Cavernous means full of small cavities, porous, and resembling a cavern. This word is used to describe something that has a lot of empty spaces or holes, similar to the structure of a cavern. It implies a sense of hollowness or openness, suggesting that the object or space being described is spacious or has a lot of room inside.

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  • 7. 

    1. ack of effectiveness or success

  • Explanation
    The correct answer is "futility." Futility refers to the lack of effectiveness or success in achieving a desired outcome. It implies that efforts or actions are pointless and will not lead to the desired result.

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  • 8. 

    1. having reason, sound judgment, or good sense

  • Explanation
    This term refers to someone who possesses reason, sound judgment, or good sense. It implies that the person is able to think logically and make decisions based on evidence and logical thinking rather than emotions or irrational beliefs. A rational person is likely to make well-informed choices and consider the consequences before taking action.

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  • 9. 

    1. a combination of persons for a secret, unlawful, or evil purpose

  • Explanation
    The word "conspiratory" describes something related to a conspiracy, which is a secret plan or agreement between individuals to commit an illegal or harmful act. It suggests that there is a group of people involved in a covert and potentially nefarious scheme.

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  • 10. 

    1. companion, associate, or friend

  • Explanation
    The word "comrade" is a synonym for companion, associate, or friend. It refers to someone who shares a common goal or interest, often used in a political or military context. Comrades are typically seen as equals and work together towards a common purpose.

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