Caesar's English Test

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  1. 1) appearance
    2) a look or expression of the face
    3) the face
    4) look of approval or favor
    5) to permit or tolerate
    Countenance
  2. 1) perceived by the eye
    2) understanding
    3) to make clear
    4) a list of passenger
    Manifest
  3. 1) lack of energy or vitality; sluggishness
    2) lack of spirit or interest; apathetic
    3) physical weakness
    4) emotional softness
    Languor
  4. 1) sharp or severe in effect
    2) extremely great or serious
    3) of disease, brief, and severe
    4) sharp or penetrating in intellect
    5) extremely sensitive even to slight details
    Acute
  5. 1) to behave as if one is conscious of decending from a superior position
    2) to stoop or deign to do something
    3) to put aside ones dignity
    Condescend
  6. 1) of special beauty or charm
    2) extraodinarily fine
    3) intense; acute
    Exqusite
  7. 1) elevated or lofty in thought, lang., etc.
    2) impressing the mind with a sense of grandeur or power
    3) supreme or outstanding
    4) to make higher, nobler, or purer
    5) the greatest or supreme
    Sublime
  8. 1) suggest or call attention to indirectly
    2) mention without discussing at length
    3) to hint at
    Allude
  9. 1) extraodinary; remarkable; exceptional
    2) unusual or strange; bizarre
    3) being only one of its kind
    4) seperate; individual
    Singular
  10. 1) disinclined or indisposed to belive
    2) indicating or showing unbelief
    Incredulous
  11. 1) a gloomy state of mind, especially when habitual or prolonged
    2) sober thoughtfulnesss
    3) causing sadness
    Melancholy
  12. 1) to regard or treat with reverance
    2) to regard with reverential respect or with admiring deference
    3) to honor with a ritual act of devotion
    Venerate
  13. 1) the state of being at rest
    2) dignified of calmness
    3) to lie or to be at rest
    4) to lay at rest
    Repose
  14. 1) thin, tenuous, or rarefied, as a fluid or in odor
    2) delicate or faint and mysterious
    Subtle
  15. 1) characterized by ignorance of a lack of good breeding or taste
    2) the common people
    Vulgar
  16. 1) to have wavy form or suface
    2) to bend with successive curves in alternative directions
    3) to rise or fall in pitch
    Undulate
  17. 1) to say or plead in protest, objection, or disapproval
    2) to show
    3) to represent in protest
    Remonstrate
  18. 1) uttered cleary in distinct sylables
    2) capable of speech; not speechless
    3) to utter clearly and distinctly
    4) a segmented invertabrate
    Articulate
  19. 1) to lay flat on the ground
    2) to throw down level with the ground
    3) physically weak
    4) lying flat
    Prostrate
  20. 1) a person who willingly suffers death renouce his/her religion
    2) to torment or torure
    Martyr
  21. 1) penetrating or entering deeply into subjects of thought or knowledge
    2) of deep meaning
    3) the deep sea
    Profound
  22. 1) unneessary or needless
    2) not needed; extra
    Superfluous
  23. 1) gruesome; horrible; revolting
    2) glaring vivid or sensational; shocking
    3) terrible in intensity
    Lurid
  24. 1) warmly and pleasantly cheerful
    2) favorable for life, growth or comfort
    3) characterized by genius
    Genial
  25. 1) readily or plainly seen, or heard
    2) capable of being touched or felt
    Palpable
  26. 1) taken surreptitiously or by stealth
    Furtive
  27. 1) extraordinary in the size amount or force
    2) wonderful or marvelous
    3) old fashion
    Prodigious
  28. 1) calm and peaceful
    2) Archaic. a clear or tranquil expanse of sea or sky
    Serene
  29. 1) deserving or causing hatred
    2) highly offensive
    Odious
  30. 1) odd or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; ugly
    2) ugly or absurd
    Grotesque
  31. 1) a loud uproar as from a crowd of people
    Clamor
  32. 1) vibrating or shaking
    2) done with a trembling hand
    Tremulous
  33. 1) having or showing pleasant goodnatured qualities
    2) willing to except decisions or suggestions of others
    Amiable
  34. 1) to cause to be puzzled or bewildered over what is not understood or certian
    2) to make complicated or confused, as a matter or question
    Perplex
  35. 1) pleasantly calm or peaceful
    2) serenly quiet or undisturbed
    Placid
  36. 1) the face, countenance or appearence of a person or sometimes an animal
    Visage
  37. 1) to reduce inamount, degree, intensity, etc.
    Abate
  38. 1) to pass or move over, along, or through
    2) to extend across or over
    3) being or lying across
    4) a path across something
    Traverse
  39. 1) full o fyearning or desire tinged with melancholy
    Wistful
  40. 1) acuteness of mental disconcernment and soundness of judgement
    Sagacity
  41. 1) long, tiresome
    2) wordy so as to cause weariness or boredom, as a speaker or writer
    Tedious
  42. 1) to irretate, annoy or provoke
    2) to dicuss or debate with vigor or at great length
    3) to disturb by motion
    Vex
  43. 1) the bottomless gulf, pit, or chaos of the cosmogonies
    2) an immeasurably deep gulf or great space
    Abyss
  44. 1) the act or power of perceiving or comprehending
    2) a seizure by legal process
    3) suspicion or fear especially of future evil
    Apprehension
  45. 1) something that is tangible
    2) capable of being perceived, identified, or realized by the mind
    3) capable of being perceiveed especially by the sense of touch
    Tangible
  46. 1) to become diffused throughout every part of
    Pervade
  47. 1) having or expressing little or no senseibility
    Stolid
  48. 1) a stern and cold apperance or manner
    Austere

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