Vocabulary English 9A Lesson 10b: Question Preview (ID: 6738)


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Irony
a) the difference between what one expects will happen and what actually happens.
b) saying something but actually mesning something else
c) a form of ridicule, irony, or sarcasm that is meant to expose some form of error or wrong doing
d) a round, brimless, snug-fitting cap worn on the head

Beret
a) saying something but actually mesning something else
b) a round, brimless, snug-fitting cap worn on the head
c) of settled character
d) a petition or request made in earnestly

Staid
a) a pair of eyeglasses attached to a handle
b) stupid
c) extremely hot or moist
d) of settled character

Irresolute
a) unresolved; doubtful
b) a small jetty extending from shore to stop beach erosion
c) a pair of eyeglasses attached to a handle
d) annoyance

Sultry
a) extremely hot or moist
b) annoyance
c) anger
d) of settled character

Lorgnette
a) a round, brimless, snug-fitting cap worn on the head
b) a small jetty extending from shore to stop beach erosion
c) a pair of eyeglasses attached to a handle
d) extremely hot or moist

Groyne
a) a small jetty extending from shore to stop beach erosion
b) a petition or request made in earnestly
c) of settled character
d) extremely hot or moist

Vexation
a) a petition or request made in earnestly
b) annoyance
c) of settled character
d) unresolved; doubtful

Entreaty
a) a petition or request made in earnestly
b) annoyance
c) saying something but actually mesning something else
d) extremely hot or moist

Satire
a) when the audience knows something that the characters in the drama do not know
b) an explanation between the expected outcome and what actually occurs
c) form of ridicule, irony, or sarcasm that is meant to expose some form of error or wrong doing.
d) when someone is being sarcastic

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