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The voters were so upset about the outcome of the election that a skirmish broke out and the police had to break it up. Using the explanation clue, the word skirmish in this sentence means
a) party b) fight c) animals d) bad weather
The insidious burglar was able to sneak into the house without being heard or seen. Using the explanation clue, the word insidious in this sentence means
a) strong b) loud c) clumsy d) sneaky
We could tell by the rotten smell, that something putrid was in our trash can. Using the explanation clue, the word putrid in this sentence means
a) ample b) alive c) rotten d) appealing
Katie appeared infallible in math class because she had never gotten a problem wrong. Using the explanation clue, the word infallible in this sentence means
a) never wrong b) wrong c) incorrect d) mistaken
Zack was a good at many sports. He excelled in swimming, running, horsemanship, fencing, and target shooting. He decided to compete in the pentathlon rather than having to choose one of the events. Using the example clue, the word pentathlon in this
a) competition with two events b) competition with eight events c) competition with ten events d) competition with five events
A sleuth, such as Sherlock Holmes, can be very helpful in solving crimes. Using the example clue, the word sleuth in this sentence means
a) senior citizen b) man c) pilot d) detective
Famous conquistadors include Cortes, who conquered Aztec Mexico and Pizarro, who conquered Inca Peru. Using the example clue, the word conquistadors in this sentence means.
a) geographers b) losers c) conquersors d) victims
The professor was a favorite among the students at the college. His sagacity was helpful to them as they pursued their degrees. The professor was known to use his experience, insight, and common sense to help students pursue their education.
a) silliness b) thoughtlessness c) wisdom d) negligence
Projectiles include those items that are shot forward such as a cannon shell, bullet, or rocket. Using the example clue, the word projectiles in this sentence means
a) things put down b) things shot forward c) things hurt d) things broken
Phyllis felt elated when she won the race. Using the explanation clue, the word elated in this sentence means
a) sick b) miserable c) tired d) happy
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