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Quiz on 'SAT word used in a sentence'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT word used in a sentence'

Question 1
Choices
Answer
1. Placate
1The teacher tried to _____ the angry mother.
2She was a _____ writer and wrote as many as three books a year.
3Julia Child's recipes enable amateur chefs to create _____ delicacies for their guests.
4He is only a _____ president; he does not have any real powers. Her fee is so _____ that she will never get rich from it.
5He dedicated his life to combating the _____ forces in society.
2. Prolific
1She was a _____ writer and wrote as many as three books a year.
2He dedicated his life to combating the _____ forces in society.
3He is only a _____ president; he does not have any real powers. Her fee is so _____ that she will never get rich from it.
4Her husband is rather coarse in manner but, in contrast, she is _____.
5He gave an _____ reply to the question to avoid answering directly.
3. Fastidious
1Her _____ between the two choices was like the _____ of a pendulum.
2These remarks indicate that you are _____ and unaware of life's harsher realities..
3The waitress disliked serving him dinner because of his very _____ taste.
4He gave an _____ reply to the question to avoid answering directly.
5The teacher tried to _____ the angry mother.
4. Augment
1He is only a _____ president; he does not have any real powers. Her fee is so _____ that she will never get rich from it.
2The salary for his position will be _____ with applicant's experience.
3To be both rational and passionate would seem to be a _____.
4How can we hope to _____ our forces when our allies are deserting us?
5Nothing he did could _____ her wrath; she was unforgiving.
5. Sinister
1She was not _____ and preferred to be alone most of the time.
2To be both rational and passionate would seem to be a _____.
3It is good to have a few _____s in our group because their enthusiasm is contagious.
4The waitress disliked serving him dinner because of his very _____ taste.
5He dedicated his life to combating the _____ forces in society.
Question 6
Choices
Answer
6. Oscillation
1Nothing he did could _____ her wrath; she was unforgiving.
2Her _____ between the two choices was like the _____ of a pendulum.
3The teacher tried to _____ the angry mother.
4Julia Child's recipes enable amateur chefs to create _____ delicacies for their guests.
5_____ rains marred our picnic.
7. Mitigate
1He gave an _____ reply to the question to avoid answering directly.
2He is not pompous or boring, never _____ when he lectures.
3Nothing he did could _____ her wrath; she was unforgiving.
4The teacher tried to _____ the angry mother.
5It is good to have a few _____s in our group because their enthusiasm is contagious.
8. Equivocal
1We must face the enemy without _____ if we are to win this battle.
2His _____ reading left him unacquainted with the authors of the books.
3_____ rains marred our picnic.
4The salary for his position will be _____ with applicant's experience.
5He gave an _____ reply to the question to avoid answering directly.
9. Ingenuous
1The waitress disliked serving him dinner because of his very _____ taste.
2Because they had thought she was a devout believer, they were shocked to hear her utter words of _____.
3She was not _____ and preferred to be alone most of the time.
4How can we hope to _____ our forces when our allies are deserting us?
5These remarks indicate that you are _____ and unaware of life's harsher realities..
10. Paradox
1It is good to have a few _____s in our group because their enthusiasm is contagious.
2To be both rational and passionate would seem to be a _____.
3He is only a _____ president; he does not have any real powers. Her fee is so _____ that she will never get rich from it.
4Let him drink it; it is _____ and will have no ill effect.
5His _____ reading left him unacquainted with the authors of the books.
Question 11
Choices
Answer
11. Haphazard
1He dedicated his life to combating the _____ forces in society.
2His _____ reading left him unacquainted with the authors of the books.
3The teacher tried to _____ the angry mother.
4Let him drink it; it is _____ and will have no ill effect.
5Her _____ between the two choices was like the _____ of a pendulum.
12. Intermittent
1Let him drink it; it is _____ and will have no ill effect.
2We were _____ by his actions because we had never seen him behave that way before.
3_____ rains marred our picnic.
4He gave an _____ reply to the question to avoid answering directly.
5Her _____ between the two choices was like the _____ of a pendulum.
13. Nonplussed
1Because defeat was sure, the general was willing to _____.
2Because they had thought she was a devout believer, they were shocked to hear her utter words of _____.
3He gave an _____ reply to the question to avoid answering directly.
4We were _____ by his actions because we had never seen him behave that way before.
5He is only a _____ president; he does not have any real powers. Her fee is so _____ that she will never get rich from it.
14. Blasphemy
1To be both rational and passionate would seem to be a _____.
2_____ rains marred our picnic.
3Because they had thought she was a devout believer, they were shocked to hear her utter words of _____.
4Her husband is rather coarse in manner but, in contrast, she is _____.
5He gave an _____ reply to the question to avoid answering directly.
15. Pedantic
1It is good to have a few _____s in our group because their enthusiasm is contagious.
2To be both rational and passionate would seem to be a _____.
3He is not pompous or boring, never _____ when he lectures.
4The teacher tried to _____ the angry mother.
5Her husband is rather coarse in manner but, in contrast, she is _____.
Question 16
Choices
Answer
16. Gregarious
1It is good to have a few _____s in our group because their enthusiasm is contagious.
2She was not _____ and preferred to be alone most of the time.
3His _____ reading left him unacquainted with the authors of the books.
4We must face the enemy without _____ if we are to win this battle.
5He is not pompous or boring, never _____ when he lectures.
17. Zealot
1It is good to have a few _____s in our group because their enthusiasm is contagious.
2The teacher tried to _____ the angry mother.
3Julia Child's recipes enable amateur chefs to create _____ delicacies for their guests.
4Nothing he did could _____ her wrath; she was unforgiving.
5Because defeat was sure, the general was willing to _____.
18. Savory
1He is not pompous or boring, never _____ when he lectures.
2Her _____ between the two choices was like the _____ of a pendulum.
3Julia Child's recipes enable amateur chefs to create _____ delicacies for their guests.
4She was a _____ writer and wrote as many as three books a year.
5She was not _____ and preferred to be alone most of the time.
19. Trepidation
1The waitress disliked serving him dinner because of his very _____ taste.
2We must face the enemy without _____ if we are to win this battle.
3Nothing he did could _____ her wrath; she was unforgiving.
4She was a _____ writer and wrote as many as three books a year.
5Let him drink it; it is _____ and will have no ill effect.
20. Capitulate
1We were _____ by his actions because we had never seen him behave that way before.
2Her husband is rather coarse in manner but, in contrast, she is _____.
3The salary for his position will be _____ with applicant's experience.
4Because defeat was sure, the general was willing to _____.
5Her _____ between the two choices was like the _____ of a pendulum.