Vocabulary Quiz 2

This quiz consists of words taken from Vocabulary Lists Week 6 through Week 10. Note: Some questions will require you to choose the best word for the definition provided while other questions will require you to choose the correct definition for the given word.

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(v.) to impact, affect, make an impression; to encroach, infringe

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Impinge
Decry
Abase

(adj.) peculiar to one person; highly individualized

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Reclusive
Malevolent
Idiosyncratic

Capitulate

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(v.) to plot, scheme
(v.) to surrender
(v.) to criticize openly

(n.) a trick

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Paradigm
Iniquity
Ruse

Pugnacious

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(adj.) uncalled for, unwarranted
(adj.) quarrelsome, combative
(adj.) solitary, shunning society

(v.) to reject, refuse to accept

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Repudiate
Calibrate
Corroborate

Usurp

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(v.) return to harmony; to make consistent with existing ideas
(v.) to set, standardize
(v.) to seize by force, take possession of without right

(adj.) shrewdness, perceptiveness

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Circumspect
Meticulous
Perspicacity

Proclivity

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(n.) a strong inclination toward something
(n.) the highest point
(n.) sensitivity to another's feelings as if they were one's own

(adj.) excessively bold

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Pugnacious
Audacious
Insular

(adj.) aggressively and arrogantly certain about unproved principles

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Dogmatic
Malevolent
Innocuous

Rhapsodize

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(v.) to support with evidence
(v.) to engage in excessive enthusiasm
(v.) to reject, refuse to accept

(n.) self-satisfied ignorance of danger

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Epitome
Complacency
Iniquity

Precipice

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(n.) the face of a cliff, a steep or overhanging place
(n.) the highest point
(n.) an example that is a perfect pattern or model

(adj.) charmingly old-fashioned

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Frugal
Forlorn
Quaint

Reprieve

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(n.) a temporary delay of punishment
(n.) a disastrous failure, disruption
(n.) brotherhood, jovial unity

Ascertain

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(v.) to stress, highlight
(v.) to perceive, learn
(v.) to fabricate, make up

Implicate

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(v.) to support with evidence
(v.) to humiliate, degrade
(v.) to involve in an incriminating way, incriminate

(v.) to infer with little evidence

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Validate
Delineate
Surmise

Epitome

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(n.) a perfect example, embodiment
(n.) a very small amount, especially relating to money
(n.) luck, finding good things without looking for them