English Final Exam Part 2

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English Final Exam Part 2 - Quiz


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  • 1. 

    To preserve from extinction or oblivion 

    • A.

      Propagate

    • B.

      Perpetuate

    • C.

      Getyourpetandwait

    Correct Answer
    B. Perpetuate
    Explanation
    The word "perpetuate" means to preserve or continue something, especially to prevent it from becoming extinct or being forgotten. Therefore, it is the correct answer in the given context of preserving from extinction or oblivion.

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  • 2. 

    An instance that may serve as a guide or basis for a rule 

    • A.

      Precedent

    • B.

      President

    • C.

      Menu

    Correct Answer
    A. Precedent
    Explanation
    A precedent is an instance or example that can be used as a guide or basis for a rule. It is a past decision or action that sets a standard for how similar cases should be handled in the future. Precedents are often used in legal systems to ensure consistency and fairness in the application of laws. They provide a reference point for judges and lawyers when making decisions or arguing cases.

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  • 3. 

    Pertaining to punishment  

    • A.

      Punk

    • B.

      Precedent

    • C.

      Punitive

    Correct Answer
    C. Punitive
    Explanation
    The word "punitive" is related to punishment. It is an adjective that describes something that is intended to punish or inflict a penalty. It is derived from the noun "punishment" and is often used in legal contexts to refer to actions or measures taken to penalize someone for wrongdoing. In this context, "punitive" is the correct answer as it is the only word that directly relates to punishment.

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  • 4. 

    to set right 

    • A.

      Compliment

    • B.

      Redress

    • C.

      Undress

    Correct Answer
    B. Redress
    Explanation
    Redress means to set right or remedy a situation or a wrong that has been done. It implies taking action to correct or compensate for a mistake or injustice. Therefore, redress is the most appropriate word that aligns with the meaning of "to set right" in the given options.

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  • 5. 

    A temporary stay, a brief period of residence; (v.) To stay for a time in place, to live temporarily

    • A.

      Sojourn

    • B.

      Vacation

    • C.

      Sowhocares

    Correct Answer
    A. Sojourn
    Explanation
    A sojourn refers to a temporary stay or a brief period of residence in a particular place. It implies that someone is staying in a location for a short period of time, usually not permanently. The verb form of sojourn means to stay in a place temporarily or to live temporarily. Therefore, the correct answer is sojourn.

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  • 6. 

    Polite, refined, and often elegant in manner

    • A.

      Turban

    • B.

      Urbane

    • C.

      Urban

    Correct Answer
    B. Urbane
    Explanation
    The word "urbane" is the correct answer because it means polite, refined, and often elegant in manner. This word accurately describes someone who is sophisticated and well-mannered. The other options, "turban" and "urban," do not have the same meaning and are not related to the given description.

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  • 7. 

    An opponent; an enemy

    • A.

      Anniverary

    • B.

      Adversary

    • C.

      Bowser

    Correct Answer
    B. Adversary
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "adversary". An adversary refers to an opponent or enemy. It is someone who opposes or competes against another person or group in a conflict or competition. Bowser, on the other hand, is a character from the Mario video game series and does not fit the definition of an opponent or enemy in a general sense.

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  • 8. 

    To cause to turn away

    • A.

      Alienate

    • B.

      Terminator

    • C.

      Alien

    Correct Answer
    A. Alienate
    Explanation
    The word "alienate" means to cause someone to turn away or become distant. It is the most appropriate choice among the given options as "terminator" refers to a person or thing that terminates, and "alien" refers to a being from another planet or foreign to a particular environment. Therefore, "alienate" is the correct answer that best fits the given explanation.

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  • 9. 

    Trickery 

    • A.

      Ortreat

    • B.

      Artifact

    • C.

      Artifice

    Correct Answer
    C. Artifice
    Explanation
    Artifice is the correct answer because it is a noun that means clever or cunning tricks used to deceive or manipulate someone. It is closely related to the word "trickery" in the question, as both involve deceitful actions or strategies. "Trickery" and "artifice" are synonymous and can be used interchangeably in many contexts.

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  • 10. 

    To force

    • A.

      Cohort

    • B.

      Con

    • C.

      Coerce

    Correct Answer
    C. Coerce
  • 11. 

    A coward; (adj.) Characterized by shameless fear, cowardly 

    • A.

      Crasins

    • B.

      Craven

    • C.

      Caverns

    Correct Answer
    B. Craven
    Explanation
    The word "craven" is the correct answer because it is an adjective that means characterized by shameless fear or cowardice. It accurately describes someone who is a coward. The other options, "crasins" and "caverns," do not have the same meaning or connotation as the given definition.

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  • 12. 

    Of or pertaining to cooking or the kitchen

    • A.

      Cutlery

    • B.

      Culinary

    • C.

      Top chef

    Correct Answer
    B. Culinary
    Explanation
    The word "culinary" is the correct answer because it is an adjective that means "related to cooking or the kitchen." It is commonly used to describe things or activities related to food preparation and cooking. "Cutlery" refers to utensils used for eating or serving food, while "top chef" refers to a highly skilled and accomplished chef. However, neither of these options specifically relates to the broader concept of cooking or the kitchen.

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  • 13. 

    To remove by striking out or canceling

    • A.

      Dead

    • B.

      Done

    • C.

      Delete

    Correct Answer
    C. Delete
    Explanation
    The word "delete" means to remove or erase something by striking it out or canceling it. This action eliminates or gets rid of the item or information. In the given options, "delete" is the only word that accurately describes the process of removing something by striking it out or canceling it. Therefore, "delete" is the correct answer.

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  • 14. 

    A death

    • A.

      Sunrise

    • B.

      Denegrate

    • C.

      Demise

    Correct Answer
    C. Demise
    Explanation
    The word "demise" is the correct answer because it means death or the end of something, which is the closest in meaning to the word "A death" in the given options. "Sunrise" refers to the time when the sun rises and is unrelated to death. "Denegrate" means to criticize or belittle, which is not synonymous with death. Therefore, "demise" is the most appropriate choice.

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  • 15. 

    To fill with high or cheerful spirits

    • A.

      Drunken

    • B.

      Exhilarate

    • C.

      Demise

    Correct Answer
    B. Exhilarate
    Explanation
    The word "exhilarate" means to fill with high or cheerful spirits. This word accurately describes the action of filling someone with a sense of excitement, joy, or enthusiasm. "Drunken" refers to being intoxicated by alcohol, which is not related to filling with high spirits. "Demise" means death or the end of something, which is the opposite of filling with cheerful spirits. Therefore, "exhilarate" is the correct answer.

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  • 16. 

    Land that has been plowed but not yet seeded 

    • A.

      Sidewalk

    • B.

      Fallow

    • C.

      Farmlands

    Correct Answer
    B. Fallow
    Explanation
    Fallow refers to land that has been plowed but not yet seeded. This means that the land has been prepared for planting, but no crops have been sown. Fallow land is often left uncultivated for a period of time to allow the soil to rest and regain its fertility. This practice helps to prevent soil erosion, control weeds, and improve overall crop yield in the future. Therefore, fallow is the correct answer for land that has been plowed but not yet seeded.

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  • 17. 

    To trouble with importunities, cares, or annoyances 

    • A.

      Question

    • B.

      Homicide

    • C.

      Harass

    Correct Answer
    C. Harass
    Explanation
    The word "harass" means to trouble or annoy someone persistently. It is often used to describe the act of subjecting someone to constant and unwanted attention or pressure. In this context, the phrase "To trouble with importunities, cares, or annoyances" is a definition of the word "harass". It suggests that the word "harass" is the most appropriate choice to describe the act of causing trouble or annoyance to someone.

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  • 18. 

    Severe, rough, harsh 

    • A.

      Inclement

    • B.

      Inclined

    • C.

      Declined

    Correct Answer
    A. Inclement
    Explanation
    The word "inclement" is the correct answer because it means severe, rough, or harsh, which matches the given words in the question. "Inclined" means having a tendency or preference, and "declined" means refused or rejected. Therefore, these two options do not relate to the meaning of the given words.

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  • 19. 

    To be absorbed in one's thoughts; ponder; ruminate 

    • A.

      Music

    • B.

      Muse

    • C.

      Amused

    Correct Answer
    B. Muse
    Explanation
    "Muse" is the correct answer because it means to be absorbed in one's thoughts, ponder, or ruminate. This word accurately describes the action of someone deeply engrossed in their own thoughts and daydreaming. "Music" refers to a form of art that involves sound, while "amused" means to be entertained or find something funny. Therefore, neither of these options accurately capture the meaning of being absorbed in one's thoughts, making "muse" the correct choice.

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  • 20. 

    Not significant or important enough to be worth considering 

    • A.

      Negligee

    • B.

      Negative

    • C.

      Negligible

    Correct Answer
    C. Negligible
    Explanation
    The word "negligible" means something that is not significant or important enough to be worth considering. In the given options, "negligible" is the only word that accurately represents this meaning. "Negligee" refers to a type of women's clothing, "negative" means expressing denial or refusal, but neither of these words convey the same idea as "not significant or important". Therefore, the correct answer is "negligible".

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  • 21. 

    Having skill in the use of the bodily or mental powers

    • A.

      Druid

    • B.

      Adroit

    • C.

      Android

    Correct Answer
    B. Adroit
    Explanation
    Adroit means having skill in the use of bodily or mental powers. It is the correct answer because both "druid" and "android" do not accurately describe the given definition. A druid is a member of an ancient Celtic priesthood, and an android is a robot with human-like features. Only "adroit" fits the definition provided, as it means being skillful or adept in using one's physical or mental abilities.

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  • 22. 

    characterized by friendliness and good will

    • A.

      Amway

    • B.

      Amicable

    • C.

      Angry

    Correct Answer
    B. Amicable
    Explanation
    Amicable means characterized by friendliness and good will. This word describes a positive and cooperative relationship between individuals or groups. It suggests that there is a willingness to resolve conflicts or differences in a peaceful and respectful manner. The other options, "amway" and "angry," do not have the same meaning as amicable and do not convey the idea of friendliness and good will.

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  • 23. 

    One that is hostile or aggressive, especially one that is engaged in war; (adj.) Inclined or eager to fight, hostile or aggressive  

    • A.

      Belittled

    • B.

      Better

    • C.

      Belligerent

    Correct Answer
    C. Belligerent
    Explanation
    The word "belligerent" means someone or something that is hostile or aggressive, particularly in the context of war. It can also be used as an adjective to describe someone who is inclined or eager to fight. In this case, the word "belligerent" is the correct answer because it accurately represents the meaning of being hostile or aggressive.

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  • 24. 

    Hastily or superficially performed 

    • A.

      Cursive writing

    • B.

      Cursory

    • C.

      Cursing

    Correct Answer
    B. Cursory
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "cursory." This word refers to something that is done hastily or superficially. It implies that the action or task was not given much attention or care.

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  • 25. 

    Double-dealing

    • A.

      Double

    • B.

      Doubtful

    • C.

      Duplicity

    Correct Answer
    C. Duplicity
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "duplicity." Duplicity refers to the act of being deceitful or dishonest, often by pretending to have different beliefs or intentions. This term aligns with the concept of "double-dealing," which also implies engaging in dishonest or deceitful behavior. "Double" and "doubtful" do not adequately capture the meaning of being deceitful, making "duplicity" the most appropriate answer.

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  • 26. 

    To praise

    • A.

      Exlax

    • B.

      Excite

    • C.

      Extol

    Correct Answer
    C. Extol
    Explanation
    The word "extol" means to praise or commend someone or something highly. It is a verb that is often used to express admiration or approval. In this context, the word "extol" is the correct answer because it is the only word that accurately conveys the meaning of praising. "Exlax" and "excite" are unrelated words that do not have the same meaning, making them incorrect choices.

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  • 27. 

    That may be done, performed, or effected

    • A.

      Feast

    • B.

      Feasible

    • C.

      Prohibited

    Correct Answer
    B. Feasible
    Explanation
    The word "feasible" means that something is possible or capable of being done. In the context of the given options, "feasible" is the only word that aligns with the meaning of "may be done, performed, or effected." "Feast" refers to a large and elaborate meal, while "prohibited" means something is forbidden or not allowed. Therefore, "feasible" is the correct answer as it best fits the given description.

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  • 28. 

    A distortion of the face expressive of pain, contempt, or disgust; (v.) To make a sharp distortion of the face 

    • A.

      Grimace

    • B.

      Smile

    • C.

      Frown

    Correct Answer
    A. Grimace
    Explanation
    A grimace is a facial expression that shows pain, contempt, or disgust. It involves making a sharp distortion of the face, which is different from a smile or a frown.

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  • 29. 

    Great destruction resulting in the extensive loss of life, especially by fire 

    • A.

      Warfare

    • B.

      Murder

    • C.

      Holocaust

    Correct Answer
    C. Holocaust
    Explanation
    The term "holocaust" is often used to refer to a great destruction resulting in extensive loss of life, especially by fire. It can be associated with events such as the Holocaust during World War II, where millions of people, primarily Jews, were systematically killed by the Nazis. The word "holocaust" carries a connotation of immense suffering and devastation, making it an appropriate choice for the given description.

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  • 30. 

    Risk of loss or injury; peril or danger

    • A.

      Cashcab

    • B.

      Jeopardy

    • C.

      Wheeloffortune

    Correct Answer
    B. Jeopardy
    Explanation
    Jeopardy is the correct answer because it is a term used to describe the risk of loss or injury, or the state of being in danger or peril. In the context of the given options, "cashcab" and "wheeloffortune" do not have the same meaning or connotation as jeopardy when it comes to describing risk or danger. Therefore, jeopardy is the most appropriate choice that aligns with the given definition.

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  • 31. 

    To return to an earlier, inferior, or less complex condition; to go backward

    • A.

      Retrograde

    • B.

      Retrogress

    • C.

      Time travel

    Correct Answer
    B. Retrogress
    Explanation
    Retrogress means to return to an earlier, inferior, or less complex condition; to go backward. It implies a regression or decline from a previous state or level of progress. It does not refer to time travel, which involves moving through time rather than reverting to a previous state. Therefore, retrogress is the correct answer as it best aligns with the given explanation.

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  • 32. 

    The purest or most typical instance

    • A.

      Philosophy

    • B.

      Quintessence

    • C.

      Serendipity

    Correct Answer
    B. Quintessence
    Explanation
    The word "quintessence" refers to the purest or most typical instance of something. It is often used in philosophy to describe the fundamental nature of a thing or the essence of a concept. In this context, it can be seen as the perfect embodiment or representation of a particular idea or quality. The other options, "philosophy" and "serendipity," do not have the same meaning as "quintessence" and are therefore not the correct answer.

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  • 33. 

    Lacking in emotional warmth or enthusiasm; halfhearted 

    • A.

      Cold

    • B.

      Tepid

    • C.

      Teepee

    Correct Answer
    B. Tepid
    Explanation
    The word "tepid" accurately describes someone or something that is lacking in emotional warmth or enthusiasm, or is halfhearted. It implies a lack of passion or intensity. "Cold" can also mean lacking warmth, but it does not necessarily convey the same sense of halfheartedness. "Teepee" is a completely unrelated word and does not fit the given definition. Therefore, the correct answer is "tepid".

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  • 34. 

    Using exactly the same words, corresponding word for word; (adv.) In exactly the same words, word for word

    • A.

      Venon

    • B.

      Verbage

    • C.

      Verbatim

    Correct Answer
    C. Verbatim
    Explanation
    The word "verbatim" means using exactly the same words, word for word. It is derived from the Latin word "verbum" which means word. Therefore, "verbatim" is the correct answer as it accurately describes the act of using exactly the same words without any changes or alterations.

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  • 35. 

    To make impure by adding extraneous, improper, or inferior ingredients 

    • A.

      Adultery

    • B.

      Adulterate

    • C.

      Addage

    Correct Answer
    B. Adulterate
    Explanation
    Adulterate means to make something impure by adding extraneous, improper, or inferior ingredients. It is the correct answer because it directly matches the given definition. Adultery, on the other hand, refers to the act of being unfaithful in a marriage or committed relationship, and addage is not a word that exists in the English language. Therefore, the only option that fits the given definition is adulterate.

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  • 36. 

    The ability of using both hands with equal skill or ease

    • A.

      Ambidextrous

    • B.

      Talented

    • C.

      Ambient

    Correct Answer
    A. Ambidextrous
    Explanation
    Ambidextrous refers to the ability to use both hands with equal skill or ease. This means that a person who is ambidextrous can perform tasks equally well with both their left and right hands. It is a term commonly used to describe individuals who have a high degree of dexterity and coordination in both hands. In contrast, talented refers to having a natural aptitude or skill in a particular area, while ambient refers to the surrounding or prevailing atmosphere.

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  • 37. 

    Silently ill-humored; gloomy

    • A.

      Dour

    • B.

      Eeyore

    • C.

      Morose

    Correct Answer
    A. Dour
    Explanation
    Dour is the correct answer because it means silently ill-humored or gloomy. This word accurately describes someone who is sullen or stern in demeanor. Eeyore, a character from Winnie the Pooh, is known for being morose, which means having a gloomy or sullen disposition. However, the word dour better fits the given definition.

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  • 38. 

    A powerful family or group of rulers that maintain its power

    • A.

      Die nasty

    • B.

      Dynasty

    • C.

      Royalty

    Correct Answer
    B. Dynasty
    Explanation
    A dynasty refers to a powerful family or group of rulers that maintains its power over a long period of time. This term is commonly used to describe a succession of rulers from the same family who hold significant political or social influence. Unlike royalty, which refers to a broader concept of hereditary rulership, a dynasty specifically emphasizes the continuity and longevity of power within a specific family or group. The term "die nasty" is likely a misspelling or a play on words, and does not have any relevance to the correct answer.

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  • 39. 

    To imply; to suggest or hint slyly 

    • A.

      Sin

    • B.

      Straightforward

    • C.

      Insinuate

    Correct Answer
    C. Insinuate
    Explanation
    Insinuate means to imply or suggest something indirectly or subtly. It involves hinting at a certain idea or message without explicitly stating it. This word is the most appropriate choice as it aligns with the given definition of "to imply" and "to suggest or hint slyly". Sin and straightforward do not convey the same meaning as insinuate, making them incorrect options.

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  • 40. 

    A small, slow quantity of anything coming;. To flow very slowly in a thin stream or in drops.

    • A.

      Downpour

    • B.

      Trickle

    • C.

      Flowing

    Correct Answer
    B. Trickle
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "trickle". Trickle refers to a small and slow quantity of anything coming or flowing. It implies a thin stream or drops, indicating a slow and gradual movement. This word accurately describes the action of something flowing very slowly, aligning with the given definition.

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  • 41. 

    Patient courage

    • A.

      Shyness

    • B.

      Fortitude

    • C.

      Fornication

    Correct Answer
    B. Fortitude
    Explanation
    Fortitude is the correct answer because it means having courage and strength in facing difficulties or danger. The other options do not fit the context of "patient courage" and are unrelated or inappropriate. Shyness refers to being timid or reserved, fornication refers to engaging in sexual intercourse outside of marriage, and "patient courage" does not relate to either of these concepts. Therefore, fortitude is the most suitable choice.

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  • 42. 

    To make bigger

    • A.

      Augment

    • B.

      Miniscule

    • C.

      Ensyte

    Correct Answer
    A. Augment
    Explanation
    The word "augment" means to make something bigger or increase its size. It is the most suitable word among the given options that conveys the meaning of making something larger. "Miniscule" means something very small, which is the opposite of what is required. "Ensyte" is not a recognizable word and does not fit the context. Therefore, "augment" is the correct answer.

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  • 43. 

    To examine formally by questioning 

    • A.

      Interrogate

    • B.

      HSPE

    • C.

      Questionnaire

    Correct Answer
    A. Interrogate
    Explanation
    The word "interrogate" means to examine someone formally by questioning them. It is often used in legal or investigative contexts, where a person is questioned in order to obtain information or evidence. This word is the most fitting choice among the given options because both "HSPE" and "questionnaire" do not convey the formal and systematic nature of the process, unlike "interrogate". Therefore, "interrogate" is the correct answer.

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  • 44. 

    Lacking variety or excitement; dull; ordinary

    • A.

      Barren

    • B.

      Humdrum

    • C.

      Gibe

    Correct Answer
    B. Humdrum
    Explanation
    The word "humdrum" means lacking variety or excitement, dull, or ordinary. It is often used to describe something that is monotonous or boring. This word is a suitable answer because it accurately captures the meaning of the given definition, while "barren" refers to a lack of vegetation or fertility, and "gibe" means to make mocking or sarcastic remarks.

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  • 45. 

    An agreement among opposing groups 

    • A.

      Contract

    • B.

      Dynasty

    • C.

      Truce

    Correct Answer
    C. Truce
    Explanation
    A truce refers to an agreement made between opposing groups or individuals to temporarily halt hostilities or conflicts. It is a temporary ceasefire or suspension of aggression, usually with the intention of negotiating a more permanent resolution or peace treaty. In this context, a truce is the most appropriate term to describe an agreement among opposing groups. A contract refers to a legally binding agreement between parties, typically involving the exchange of goods or services. A dynasty refers to a line of hereditary rulers from the same family or lineage.

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  • 46. 

    A taunting or bitterly sarcastic remark; (v.) To utter taunts or jeers

    • A.

      Gibe

    • B.

      Big

    • C.

      Gib

    Correct Answer
    A. Gibe
    Explanation
    A "gibe" is a taunting or bitterly sarcastic remark. It can also be used as a verb, meaning to utter taunts or jeers.

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  • 47. 

    - having no limit or ending

    • A.

      Terminator

    • B.

      The school year

    • C.

      Interminable

    Correct Answer
    C. Interminable
    Explanation
    The word "interminable" means having no limit or ending. In the given options, "terminator" refers to something that terminates or ends, which is the opposite of the meaning of interminable. "The school year" is a specific period of time that has a definite ending, so it is not interminable. Therefore, the correct answer is "interminable" as it accurately describes something that has no limit or ending.

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  • 48. 

    - that which is near or bordering upon

    • A.

      Adjacent

    • B.

      Adjunct

    • C.

      Abdicate

    Correct Answer
    A. Adjacent
    Explanation
    Adjacent means something that is near or bordering upon. It refers to something that is next to or adjoining another thing. In this context, "adjacent" is the correct answer because it aligns with the definition provided. "Adjunct" means something that is added or attached to another thing, while "abdicate" means to renounce or give up a position of power or responsibility. Therefore, "adjacent" is the most appropriate word that fits the given definition.

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  • 49. 

    Wealthy

    • A.

      Opiate

    • B.

      Impoverished

    • C.

      Opulent

    Correct Answer
    C. Opulent
    Explanation
    Opulent means having great wealth or luxury. This word is the best fit among the given options as it directly relates to being wealthy. The other options - wealthy, impoverished, and wealthy - do not capture the same level of luxury and abundance as opulent does. Therefore, opulent is the correct answer.

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  • 50. 

    Harming by slow and stealthy means

    • A.

      Insincere

    • B.

      Insidious

    • C.

      Understanding

    Correct Answer
    B. Insidious
    Explanation
    Insidious means proceeding in a gradual and subtle way, but with harmful effects. It suggests something that is deceptive or treacherous, causing harm or damage over time. In the given context, "harming by slow and stealthy means," insidious perfectly fits the description. It implies a hidden and harmful nature, making it the correct answer.

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