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Word Quiz 1.2.6
. Improving With Age. "A soft answer turns away wrath," says the book of Proverbs. And this book of the Bible contains many words of wisdom every bit as pertinent today as when they were first set down nearly three thousand years ago. How many of these words do you know? 1. diligent (adj.) - A: honest. B: hard-working. C: humor- less. D: watchful. 2. prudence (n.) - A: cautious judgment. B: fussiness. C: morality. D: traditional practice. 3. devious (adj.) - A: thoughtless. B: laid-back. C: compli- cated. D: deceitful. 4. garland (n.) - A: spice. B: wreath. C: ringlet. D: flower garden. 5. cistern (n.) - A: stream. B: culvert. C: tank. D: tube. 6. sluggard (n.) - person who is A: foolish. B: pugnacious. C: awkward. D: lazy. 7. vexation (n.) - A: annoyance. B: slyness. C: unfriend- liness. D: fright. 8. lattice (n.) - A: enclosure. B: covering. C: head decoration. D: shutter. 9. vapor (n.) - A: breeze. B: ointment. C: mist. D: whimsy. 10. countenance (n.) - A: reliability. B: facial expression. C: antagonism. D: behavior. 11. repute (n.) - A: reputation. B: gossip. C: denial. D: illicit business. 12. provocation (n.) - A: solemn statement. B: something that incites. C: gloomy prediction. D: inclination. 13. abhor (v.) - A: to detest. B: refuse to acknowledge. C: treat shamefully. D: put an end to. 14. meddle (v.) - A: to force. B: interfere. C: confuse. D: mix. 15. importune (v.) - A: to insult. B: convince. C: criti- cize. D: beg. 16. crucible (n.) - A: cross. B: piece of jewelry. C: heat- resistant container. D: buttress. 17. reproof (n.) - A: addition confirmation. B: expression of disapproval. C: silence. D: violent agitation. 18. envoy (n.) - A: messenger. B: escort. C: royal attendant. D: introduction. 19. surety (n.) - A: equilibrium. B: faithfulness. C: determination. D: guarantee. 20. exalt (v.) - A: to sing. B: boast. C: glorify. D: leap.
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