Level H: Unit 1 Sentences
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Level H: Unit 1 Sentences
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If you think that literature of earlier ages was always staid and proper, take a look at some of the ______ stories in the
written more than 600 years ago.
Failure in itself is no disgrace, but the ______ acceptance of failure certainly is.
Taking advantage of the young man's naive idealism, they sought to make him a ______ to serve in their wild revolutionary plots.
Their youthful enthusiasm for literature had degenerated over the years into an _______ preoccupation with quibbling criticism and minor details.
I detected an undertone of hostility and ridicule in the remarks, which were ostensibly no more than good-natured ______.
The local Parents' Association has on many occasions served as a willing _____ to the administration and staff of our school.
Since the Smithsonian Institution is only partly under the control of the United States government, it is considered a ______.
The newspaper published a series of charming _______ by my Aunt Alice-brief sketches of the town she grew up in.
I regret Fred's resignation as much as anyone, but i think that we must regard it as a _________ and find someone to take his place.
I think that the critic was a little harsh when he observed that the band's lead vocalist did not sing so much as ________.
A handful of self-appointed "leaders" served as the _____ who induced the mob to surge through the barriers.
Cynic may say that the goal of universal and lasting peace is no more than a _____, but we must continue to hope and strive for it.
As late as the seventeenth century, researchers called "alchemists" devoted their lives to the pursuit of ______ schemes for turning iron into gold.
She used talent, charm, energy and determination to fight her way up the corporate _______ until she attained the highest position in the company.
Don Quixote dismissed as a mere ______ anyone who refused to join in his crusade against the forces of evil.
Polluted by the spill from a nearby chemical plant, the once beautiful lake had become a foul pool, ______ and hideous.
Advocates of equal rights maintain that we must reject the ______ prejudices that bar the physically impaired from many occupations.
The use of English rather than traditional languages in religious ceremonies is evidence of efforts to modernize and revitalize the _______ of various denominations
Ever since she learned of the failure of her project, she has been mired in a _______ of disappointment and self-recrimination.
As a rule, I am not a particularly proud or combative person, but I cannot be ________ to the act that you have deliberately insulted me.
Overly sensitive to any suggestion of ridicule, young Rogers seemed to be hurt even by a friend's good-natured _____.
The lyrics of the song, presented as though they were devastation wit, were in my opinion no more than course and _____ jest.
They have confronted us not with a theoretical possibility but with a ____; now we must decide what we can do about it.
With penetrating insight and a marvelous ear for dialogue, the author gave us in a few words an unforgettable ______ of a confused but hopeful adolescent.
After a brief period of popularity, their and vulgar novels lost their appeal and sank into well-deserved _______.
Failure to stand up for your rights is not being "prudent" or "moderate"; it is the behavior of a ________.
Although the old Senator no longer holds any public office, her fame and prestige are so great that she is still regarded as a _______ public figure.
Martin Luther King, Jr. appealed to his countrymen to abandon the ________ stereotypes of racism and rise to anew level of understanding.
Financial analysts carefully watch the performance of certain stocks, which they regard as _______ for indications of economic trends.
How can you expect a prompt response from an agency that is bogged down in a veritable ______ of unnecessary red tape?
By late imperial times, centuries of soft living had turned the once hard Romans into an _______ and indolent people.
We have lived to see the acceptance and enactment of reform programs that, when first proposed, were dismissed as absolutely ________.
The great historian Edward Gibbon sought to explain how and why the __________ efforts of the early Christian church met with such extraordinary success.
As I listened to the talk of those unlettered folk, suffused with love and reverence, I felt that their simple words were a _______ worthy of respect.
A superintendent is at the head of the ______ of educators responsible for the schooling of our children and young people.
I am willing to listen to any reasonable grievances you may have, but this constant ________ about trivia has exhausted my patience.
He is so ________ in his political views that he won't even listen to opinions that differ from his own.
Her unfailing courtesy to others is not a mere ______ of her personality; it reflects the essential values and standards by which she lives.
Almost incredibly, a formidable resistance movement had been organized by people whom we had always associated with ______ submission to authority.
Your serene confidence that "everything will come out all right in the end" may be reassuring, but it is no more than a _____.