Vocabulary Quiz 5

This quiz consists of words taken from Vocabulary Lists Week 21 through Week 25. 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.

published on August 30, 201111 responses 1 5.0★ / 5

Novice

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(n.) something that holds seperate parts together
(n.) a beginner; someone without training or experience
(n.) a destructive whirlpool that rapidly sucks in objects

Quixotic

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(adj.) watchful, alert
(adj.) idealistic
(adj.) intricate, complicated, involved

(v.) to satisfy excessively

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Satiate
Catalyze
Bequeatth

(adj.) expressive, articulate, moving

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Pert
Eloquent
Brusque

(n.) a visual signal

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Linchpin
Consolation
Semaphore

(n.) deceitful, cunning, sly behavior

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Propriety
Indignation
Guile

Flout

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(v.) to charge, inspire
(v.) to leap about, behave boisterously
(v.) to disregard or disobey openly

(v.) to call together

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Convene
Emulate
Mitigate

Ebullient

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(adj.) flippant, bold
(adj.) intricate, complicated, involved
(adj.) extremely lively, enthusiastic

Colloquial

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(adj.) feeling depressed, discouraged, hopeless
(adj.) characteristic of informal conversation
(adj.) equivalent in value or significance

Abnegation

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(n.) an anger sparked by something unjust or unfair
(n.) denial of comfort to oneself
(n.) tendency, inclination, prejudice

(adj.) having opposing feelings

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Ambivalent
Aloof
Brusque

(n.) a break or gap in duration or continuity

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Maelstrom
Anecdote
Haitus

Elucidate

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(v.) to clarify
(v.) to make less violent
(v.) to disappear; to waste

(n.) one who can resolve a dispute, make a decision

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Arbiter
Litigant
Incumbent

(v.) to ease the anger of; soothe

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Dissipage
Placate
Congeal

Calamity

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(n.) an event with disastrous consequences
(n.) anger sparked by something unjust or unfair
(n. ) a short, humorous account

(adj.) existing everywhere, widespread

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Tantamount
Brusque
Ubiquitous

Melee

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(n.) a short, humorous account
(n.) something that holds seperate parts together
(n.) a confused struggle, a brawl

Evince

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(v.) to thicken into a solid
(v.) to show, reveal
(v.) to cut down, shorten