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Demagogue

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Deride

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Disparage

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Disparate

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Divergent

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Effusive

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Egregious

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Elicit

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Elucidate

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Enigma

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Erudite

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Esoteric

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Evoke

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Exacerbate

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Exhort

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Extol

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Facetious

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Fosters

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Frivolous

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Grandiose

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Pessimism

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Bravado

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Bane

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Vicissitude

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Confluence

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Conundrum

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Myriad

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Machination

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Malediction

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Ruse

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Aberration

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Discrepancy

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Quagmire

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Idiosyncrasy

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Schism

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Calumny

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Calumny

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Consternation

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Disdain

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Complacency

40/50

Chagrin

41/50

Trepidation

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Trepidation

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Trepidation

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Trepidation

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Trepidation

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Trepidation

47/50

Trepidation

48/50

Elation

49/50

Compunction

50/50

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Quiz 1

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Vocab quiz 17

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1. The zealot was fanatically devoted to a cause.

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2. The misanthrope hated or distrusted people.

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3. The emissary was a person sent on a mission.

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4. The harbinger was a sign of things to come.

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5. The epitome was the perfect example of something.

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6. The hiatus was a break or gap.

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7. The elegy was a poem of mourning.

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8. The confluence was the meeting of two or more rivers.

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9. The alchemy was the practice of trying to turn base metals into gol

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10. The calumny of the politician was widely reporte

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Quiz 2

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Vocab quiz 17

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1. The sycophant was a person who flattered others to gain favor.

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2. The charlatan was a fake or frau

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3. The dissident was a person who disagreed with the established order.

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4. The epitome was the perfect example of something.

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5. The paragon was a model of excellence.

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6. The altercation was a noisy argument.

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7. The tumult was a noisy disturbance.

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8. The parody was a humorous imitation of something.

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9. The elation of the crowd was palpable.

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10. The disdain of the teacher for the student was evident.

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Quiz 3

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Vocab quiz 17

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1. The zealot was fanatically devoted to a cause.

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2. The sycophant was a person who flattered others to gain favor.

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3. The idiosyncrasy was a peculiarity of a person or thing.

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4. The alchemy was the practice of trying to turn base metals into gol

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5. The injunction was a formal order.

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6. The parody was a humorous imitation of something.

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7. The ebb was a gradual decrease in something.

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8. The precept was a rule or principle.

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9. The diatribe was a bitter or abusive speech.

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10. The exasperation was a feeling of intense irritation.

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Quiz 4

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Vocab quiz 17

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1. The philistine was uninterested in art or culture.

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2. The epitome was the perfect example of something.

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3. The tumult was a noisy disturbance.

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4. The injunction was a formal order.

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5. The canon was a collection of sacred writings.

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6. The malaise was a general feeling of unease or discomfort.

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7. The diatribe was a bitter or abusive speech.

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8. The disquiet was a feeling of anxiety or unease.

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9. The elation of the crowd was palpable.

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10. The calumny of the politician was widely reporte

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Quiz 5

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Vocab quiz 17

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1. The zealot was fanatically devoted to a cause.

2 / 10

2. The sycophant was a person who flattered others to gain favor.

3 / 10

3. The dissident was a person who disagreed with the established order.

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4. The altercation was a noisy argument.

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5. The neologism was a new word or phrase.

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6. The confluence was the meeting of two or more rivers.

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7. The tumult was a noisy disturbance.

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8. The injunction was a formal order.

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9. The diatribe was a bitter or abusive speech.

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10. The disquiet was a feeling of anxiety or unease.

Your score is

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