Mems Section 5 Vocabulary Quiz

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Workshop Quizzes & Trivia

Sadlier-Oxford: Vocabulary Workshop - Level B Edition(Unit 5)


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Define consolidate
    • A. 

      (n) a short account of an incident in someone's life.

    • B. 

      (v) to rule over by strength or power, control; to tower over, command due to height

    • C. 

      (v) to beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer

    • D. 

      (v) to beg, implore or ask earnestly

    • E. 

      (v) to combine, unite; to make solid or firm

  • 2. 
    Define dominate
    • A. 

      (adj) liable to change very rapidly, erratic; marked by a lack of constancy or steadiness, inconsistent

    • B. 

      (adj) possible, able to happen; (n) something that can develop or become a reality

    • C. 

      (adj) relating to farm areas and life in the country

    • D. 

      (v) to rule over by strength or power, control; to tower over, command due to height

    • E. 

      (adj) last, final; most important or extreme; eventual; basic, fundamental

  • 3. 
    Define grimy
    • A. 

      (adj) easily taught, led, or managed; obedient

    • B. 

      (adj) very dirty, covered with dirt or soot

    • C. 

      (adj) last, final; most important or extreme; eventual; basic, fundamental

    • D. 

      (adj) large, important; major, significant; prosperous; not imaginary, material

    • E. 

      (v) to interfere with; to meddle rashly or foolishly with; to handle in a secret and improper way

  • 4. 
    Define entreat
    • A. 

      (adj) possible, able to happen; (n) something that can develop or become a reality

    • B. 

      (adj) capable of being wrong, mistaken, or inaccurate

    • C. 

      (v) to interfere with; to meddle rashly or foolishly with; to handle in a secret and improper way

    • D. 

      (n) a short account of an incident in someone's life

    • E. 

      (v) to beg, implore or ask earnestly

  • 5. 
    Define fickle
    • A. 

      (n) one who flees or runs away; (adj) fleeting, lasting a very short time; wandering; difficult to grasp

    • B. 

      (adj) large, important; major, significant; prosperous; not imaginary, material

    • C. 

      (adj) shining, bright; giving forth light or energy

    • D. 

      (adj) liable to change very rapidly, erratic; marked by a lack of constancy or steadiness, inconsistent

    • E. 

      (adj) capable of being wrong, mistaken, or inaccurate

  • 6. 
    Define: Anecdote
    • A. 

      (v) to beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer

    • B. 

      (n) a very small part or quantity

    • C. 

      (n) a short account of an incident in someone's life

    • D. 

      (n) one who flees or runs away; (adj) fleeting, lasting a very short time; wandering; difficult to grasp

    • E. 

      (adj) easily taught, led, or managed; obedient

  • 7. 
    Define potential
    • A. 

      (n) a very small part or quantity

    • B. 

      (n) a short account of an incident in someone's life

    • C. 

      (v) to rule over by strength or power, control; to tower over, command due to height

    • D. 

      (v) to beg, implore or ask earnestly

    • E. 

      (adj) possible, able to happen; (n) something that can develop or become a reality

  • 8. 
    Define fallible
    • A. 

      (n) an imitation designed to deceive; (adj) not genuine, fake; (v) to make an illegal copy

    • B. 

      (n) doubt, the state of being unsure

    • C. 

      (adj) capable of being wrong, mistaken, or inaccurate

    • D. 

      (adj) shining, bright; giving forth light or energy

    • E. 

      (adj) liable to change very rapidly, erratic; marked by a lack of constancy or steadiness, inconsistent

  • 9. 
    Define docile
    • A. 

      (v) to beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer

    • B. 

      (v) to combine, unite; to make solid or firm

    • C. 

      (v) to beg, implore or ask earnestly

    • D. 

      (n) a short account of an incident in someone's life

    • E. 

      (adj) easily taught, led, or managed; obedient

  • 10. 
    Define rural
    • A. 

      (n) a short account of an incident in someone's life

    • B. 

      (adj) very dirty, covered with dirt or soot

    • C. 

      (n) a very small part or quantity

    • D. 

      (adj) relating to farm areas and life in the country

    • E. 

      (adj) large, important; major, significant; prosperous; not imaginary, material

  • 11. 
    Define uncertainty
    • A. 

      (n) doubt, the state of being unsure

    • B. 

      (adj) relating to farm areas and life in the country

    • C. 

      (v) to beg, implore or ask earnestly

    • D. 

      (adj) skilled in handling difficult situations or people, polite

    • E. 

      (v) To beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer

  • 12. 
    Define fugitive
    • A. 

      (v) To beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer

    • B. 

      (n) one who flees or runs away; (adj) fleeting, lasting a very short time; wandering; difficult to grasp

    • C. 

      (adj) possible, able to happen; (n) something that can develop or become a reality

    • D. 

      (adj) very dirty, covered with dirt or soot

    • E. 

      (adj) skilled in handling difficult situations or people, polite

  • 13. 
    Define ultimate
    • A. 

      (n) a short account of an incident in someone's life

    • B. 

      (adj) last, final; most important or extreme; eventual; basic, fundamental

    • C. 

      (adj) skilled in handling difficult situations or people, polite

    • D. 

      (adj) very dirty, covered with dirt or soot

    • E. 

      (n) doubt, the state of being unsure

  • 14. 
    Define substantial
    • A. 

      (adj) capable of being wrong, mistaken, or inaccurate

    • B. 

      (v) to combine, unite; to make solid or firm

    • C. 

      (adj) large, important; major, significant; prosperous; not imaginary, material

    • D. 

      (adj) skilled in handling difficult situations or people, polite

    • E. 

      (adj) last, final; most important or extreme; eventual; basic, fundamental

  • 15. 
    Define iota
    • A. 

      (n) a very small part or quantity

    • B. 

      (v) to rule over by strength or power, control; to tower over, command due to height

    • C. 

      (v) to combine, unite; to make solid or firm

    • D. 

      (v) To beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer

    • E. 

      (n) an imitation designed to deceive; (adj) not genuine, fake; (v) to make an illegal copy

  • 16. 
    Define maul
    • A. 

      (v) to rule over by strength or power, control; to tower over, command due to height

    • B. 

      (adj) very dirty, covered with dirt or soot

    • C. 

      N) a short account of an incident in someone's life

    • D. 

      (v) To beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer

    • E. 

      (adj) skilled in handling difficult situations or people, polite

  • 17. 
    Define tactful
    • A. 

      (adj) relating to farm areas and life in the country

    • B. 

      (adj) skilled in handling difficult situations or people, polite

    • C. 

      (n) an imitation designed to deceive; (adj) not genuine, fake; (v) to make an illegal copy

    • D. 

      (v) To beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer

    • E. 

      (n) doubt, the state of being unsure

  • 18. 
    Define tamper
    • A. 

      (v) to rule over by strength or power, control; to tower over, command due to height

    • B. 

      (v) to interfere with; to meddle rashly or foolishly with; to handle in a secret and improper way

    • C. 

      (adj) possible, able to happen; (n) something that can develop or become a reality

    • D. 

      (adj) liable to change very rapidly, erratic; marked by a lack of constancy or steadiness, inconsistent

    • E. 

      (v) To beat or knock about handle roughly; to mangle; (n) a heavy hammer