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  • 1. 

    Decipher

    • A.

      ILLegable matter

    • B.

      Eating cheese

    • C.

      Producing a prophit

    Correct Answer
    A. ILLegable matter
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "ILLegible matter" because decipher means to convert something that is difficult to understand or interpret into understandable language. In this case, "ILLegible matter" refers to something that is not readable or clear, which aligns with the meaning of decipher. The other options, such as "Eating cheese" and "Producing a prophit," do not relate to the concept of deciphering.

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  • 2. 

    Perforate

    • A.

      Pierce, punch

    • B.

      Characterized by stealth

    • C.

      In abundance

    Correct Answer
    A. Pierce, punch
    Explanation
    The word "perforate" means to pierce or punch through something. It is often used to describe the action of creating small holes or punctures in a material. The other option, "characterized by stealth," does not fit the definition of "perforate" and is therefore incorrect. Similarly, "in abundance" is also unrelated to the meaning of "perforate." Therefore, the correct answer is "pierce, punch."

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  • 3. 

    FurtiveSynonym: Clandestine

    • A.

      To allow easy seperation

    • B.

      Secret

    • C.

      Regarded as worthless

    Correct Answer
    B. Secret
    Explanation
    The word "furtive" means attempting to avoid notice or attention, typically because of guilt or a belief that discovery would lead to trouble. The word "clandestine" has a similar meaning, referring to something done secretly or in a concealed manner. Therefore, the correct answer "secret" aligns with the synonym relationship between "furtive" and "clandestine."

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  • 4. 

    Aftermath

    • A.

      The act or process of producing

    • B.

      Time following a horrific event

    • C.

      Sap the energy

    Correct Answer
    B. Time following a horrific event
    Explanation
    The word "aftermath" refers to the time period that follows a horrific event. It is the period of time when the effects and consequences of the event are still being felt or dealt with. This word implies that there is a sense of destruction, loss, or damage caused by the event, which can sap the energy or emotional well-being of those affected. Therefore, the given answer accurately captures the meaning of "aftermath" as it relates to the time following a horrific event.

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  • 5. 

    FertileSynonym: Fruitful

    • A.

      Producing crops abundantly

    • B.

      To be responsable for

    • C.

      Producing fruit

    Correct Answer
    A. Producing crops abundantly
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Producing crops abundantly." This is because the word "fertile" refers to the ability to produce crops or plants in abundance. It implies a high level of productivity and abundance in terms of agricultural output. Therefore, the synonym "fruitful" accurately captures the meaning of "fertile" in the context of producing crops abundantly.

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  • 6. 

    Perpetrate

    • A.

      Pertpetrate a crime

    • B.

      Perpetrate fruit

    • C.

      Perpetrate a profit

    Correct Answer
    A. Pertpetrate a crime
    Explanation
    The word "perpetrate" means to commit or carry out a particular action, especially a crime. In this context, "perpetrate a crime" means to commit or be responsible for the commission of a criminal act. The other options, "perpetrate fruit" and "perpetrate a profit," do not make sense and are not commonly used phrases.

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  • 7. 

    Fruitful Synonym: Fertile

    • A.

      To be responsable for....

    • B.

      Producing fruit

    • C.

      To march in a single file line

    Correct Answer
    B. Producing fruit
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Producing fruit" because the word "fruitful" is used to describe something that is productive or fruitful in terms of producing fruit. It is synonymous with "fertile" which also means capable of producing abundant growth or offspring. Therefore, the most appropriate explanation for the given word "fruitful" is "Producing fruit".

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  • 8. 

    Impact

    • A.

      Flying in the air with a bird

    • B.

      A peice of glass

    • C.

      The striking of something against another

    Correct Answer
    C. The striking of something against another
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The striking of something against another." This is because the definition of impact refers to the collision or forceful contact between two objects. It implies a significant effect or influence resulting from this collision. The other options, flying in the air with a bird and a piece of glass, do not accurately describe the concept of impact.

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  • 9. 

    Defile

    • A.

      To make dirty or march in a line

    • B.

      Have a profit

    • C.

      Regarded as worthless

    Correct Answer
    A. To make dirty or march in a line
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "To make dirty or march in a line." The word "defile" can be used to describe the act of making something dirty or polluted. It can also refer to the action of marching or moving in a single file, especially in a ceremonial or formal manner.

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  • 10. 

    Shard

    • A.

      Immediate immpresion

    • B.

      Going online

    • C.

      A small piece or part

    Correct Answer
    C. A small piece or part
    Explanation
    The word "shard" is defined as a small piece or part. The other options, "Immediate impression" and "Going online," do not accurately describe the meaning of the word. Therefore, the correct answer is "A small piece or part."

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  • 11. 

    RefuseSynonym: Riff-raff

    • A.

      To have unwillingness to have or give; something regarded as worthless

    • B.

      Tower Prep (my fave show!!)

    • C.

      Any tendons at the rear hollow of the human knee

    Correct Answer
    A. To have unwillingness to have or give; something regarded as worthless
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "To have unwillingness to have or give; something regarded as worthless." This is because the word "refuse" is a synonym for "riff-raff," which means something or someone of low quality or worth. It implies a lack of willingness to accept or give value to something. The other options provided in the question are unrelated and do not match the meaning of "refuse" or "riff-raff."

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  • 12. 

    Lucrative

    • A.

      Smelling mustard

    • B.

      Producing wealth

    • C.

      The power of making strong

    Correct Answer
    B. Producing wealth
    Explanation
    The word "lucrative" means something that is profitable or capable of producing wealth. The other options - smelling mustard and the power of making strong - do not convey the same meaning as "lucrative." Therefore, the correct answer is "producing wealth."

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  • 13. 

    Bore

    • A.

      Solve

    • B.

      Totally annoying

    • C.

      To make a hole through

    Correct Answer
    C. To make a hole through
    Explanation
    The word "bore" can have multiple meanings, but in this context, it is used to mean "to make a hole through." This definition fits with the other options provided, such as "solve" and "totally annoying," which do not relate to the concept of making a hole through something. Therefore, the correct answer is "to make a hole through."

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  • 14. 

    Liberal

    • A.

      A dirty material

    • B.

      Open to new ideas to make progress

    • C.

      Licking toes

    Correct Answer
    B. Open to new ideas to make progress

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