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Vocabulary Week 2 Quiz

1. The poker player didn%27t have great cards, but he decided to __________ and bid higher anyway.
TRUE, FALSE, ,
2. Please choose the correct definition of each word.
TRUE, FALSE, ,
3. If a person is repugnant they are a joy to be around.
TRUE, FALSE, ,
4. hasten
TRUE, FALSE, ,
5. To make headway on a project a person must work hard and do all the steps.
TRUE, FALSE, ,
6. If you are _______________ in class you are more likely to succeed.
, ,
7. A recluse would have a hard time making friends.
repugnant, banish, barricade, bluff,
8. Please respond to each true or false statement.
barricade, habitation, havoc, attentive,
9. Please fill in the blank with the correct vocabulary word:
banished, attentive, recluse, replenish,
10. banish
headway, attentive, recluse, repugnant,
11. A habitation would be a place that a person would most likely sleep.
recuperate, havoc, replenish, barricade,
12. I have found a new____________next to a cool stream; it is a great place to live.
replenish, havoc, attentive, barricade,
13. If a teacher told me to hasten my steps in the hallway, I would need to slow down and walk.
replenish, recuperate, headway, barricade,
14. recuperate
attentive, barricade, repugnant interactive learning , recuperate,
15. If you break the law you will be _______________ from the program.
tool for teachers , ,
16. The hurricane reeked _______________ on the small coastal town.
good-naturedly direct, blunt, or frank; heartily outspoken, a place of residence; dwelling; abode., to recover from sickness or exhaustion; regain health or strength., great destruction or devastation; ruinous damage,
17. Gatorade will _______________ the fluids that you lost during your run.
a defensive barrier hastily constructed, as in a street, to stop an enemy., forward movement; progress in a forward direction, to move or act with haste; proceed with haste, characterized by or giving attention; observant: an attentive audience.,
18. The brick _______________ made sure that the enemy could not get into the castle.
to make full or complete again, to move or act with haste; proceed with haste;, a person who lives in seclusion or apart from society,, characterized by or giving attention; observant,
19. attentive
to expel from or relegate to a country or place by authoritative decree; condemn to exile, to recover from sickness or exhaustion; regain health or strength., great destruction or devastation; ruinous damage, forward movement; progress in a forward direction,