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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Vocabulary Quiz - 32

1. Yoke
[A]Contradict; Infringe On
[B]Join Together; Unite
[C]Strict; Stern
[D]Physician Who Specializes In Treatment Of The Eyes



2. Abject
[A]Curative; Corrective
[B]Wretched; Lacking Pride
[C]Attractive
[D]Withdrawal; Retreat



3. Abortive
[A]Cleansing Agent
[B]Wretch; Villain
[C]Small Metallic Piece Sewn To Clothing For Ornamentation
[D]Unsuccessful; Fruitless



4. Abstain
[A]Being The First Of Its Kind In A Region; Primitive; Native
[B]Refrain; Hold Oneself Voluntary Form An Action Or Practice
[C]Strict Disciplinarian
[D]Tyrant; Harsh, Authoritarian Ruler



5. Abysmal
[A]Act As Judge
[B]Bottomless
[C]Inclined To Cruelty
[D]Serve As An Example Of; Embody



6. Acclivity
[A]Concise; Abrupt; Pithy
[B]Like A Fox; Crafty
[C]Sharp Upslope Of A Hill
[D]Exhibiting Rainbowlike Colors



7. Accretion
[A]Learned Hindu; Any Learned Man; Authority On A Subject
[B]Generous; Charitable
[C]Growth, Increase
[D]Laughable; Trifling



8. Acoustics
[A]Soak
[B]Science Of Sound; Quality That Makes A Room Easy Or Hard To Hear In
[C]Plants Of A Region Or Era
[D]Person Of No Importance; Nonexistence



9. Acuity
[A]Vigorously Active; Nimble
[B]Framework And Working Parts Of An Automobile
[C]Mournful
[D]Sharpness



10. Addle
[A]Damp
[B]Serving As An Aid Or Accessory, Auxiliary
[C]Agreement
[D]To Muddle; Drive Crazy; Become Rotten



11. Adjuration
[A]Basically Different; Unrelated
[B]Easily Nauseated; Squeamish
[C]Solemn Urging
[D]Reclining; Lying Down Completely Or In Part



12. Adulterated
[A]Shrill, Trumpetlike Sound
[B]Slow Down
[C]Luxuriate; Take Pleasure In Warmth
[D]Made Impure Or Spoiled By The Addition Of Inferior Materials



13. Advocate
[A]Abusive; Scolding
[B]Idle Person; Male Bee
[C]Tease; Torture With Disappointment
[D]Urge; Plead For



14. Aggrandize
[A]Thorough; Comprehensive
[B]Thin; Rare; Slim
[C]Increase Or Intensify
[D]Animals Of Period Or Region



15. Alacrity
[A]Growth, Increase
[B]Cheerful Promptness
[C]Measure Of Temperature Used Widely In Europe
[D]Wring From; Get Money By Threats, Etc.



16. Allay
[A]Give In; Surrender
[B]Distinguishable; Perceivable
[C]Calm; Pacify
[D]Religious Image; Idol



17. Allude
[A]Distortion; Burlesque
[B]Quarrelsome
[C]Inclination; Bias
[D]Refer Indirectly



18. Amalgamate
[A]Leave To Someone By A Will; Hand Down
[B]Ransack; Thoroughly Search
[C]Combine, Unite In One Body
[D]Natural Talent Or Inclination



19. Amble
[A]Disobedient
[B]Moving At An Easy Pace
[C]Basely False
[D]Exact



20. Amiable
[A]Noise
[B]Agreeable; Lovable
[C]Inharmonious
[D]Lethargy; Sluggishness; Dormancy



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