Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | To reach the same conclusion; agree occur at the same time. |
1 Clemency 2 Concur 3 Incarcerate 4 Notoriety 5 Enervate | |

2 | adj. Uncertain how to act; weak. |
1 Eloquence 2 Delineate 3 Irresolute 4 Dissuade 5 Sagacious | |

3 | That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such. |
1 Esoteric 2 Aggrandizement 3 Eloquence 4 Implicit 5 Dissuade | |

4 | v. To make invalid; void |
1 Venerate 2 Peripheral 3 Reticence 4 Nullify 5 Dissuade | |

5 | adj. Not essential; minor. |
1 Incidental 2 Effervescent 3 Inadvertently 4 Verbatim 5 Disseminate | |

6 | A paid position that requires little or on work or responsibility. |
1 Enigma 2 Poignant 3 Sinecure 4 Infamous 5 Ebullient | |

7 | n. Conformity in fulfilling requirements. |
1 Compliance 2 Gregarious 3 Stupefy 4 Lucid 5 Skeptical | |

8 | adj. Weighty; heavy. |
1 Unobtrusive 2 Ponderous 3 Eulogy 4 Euphemism 5 Clemency | |

9 | A mental disorder causing delusions of grandeur or power; a tendency to grossly exaggerate |
1 Fortuitous 2 Spontaneous 3 Megalomania 4 Eradicate 5 Opaque | |

10 | adj. Lazy |
1 Quandary 2 Dissuade 3 Commensurate 4 Fastidious 5 Indolent | |

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11 | adj. Drowsy; dull; tired. |
1 Ponderous 2 Dissonance 3 Divergent 4 Euphemism 5 Lethargic | |

12 | Making a show of learning; being formal or precise about minor matters in scholarship. |
1 Reprobate 2 Acrimony 3 Paradox 4 Deterrent 5 Pedantic | |

13 | v. Confirm; support. |
1 Ostentatious 2 Fallacious 3 Corroborate 4 Intractable 5 Disinclination | |

14 | adj. Misleading; false. |
1 Grotesque 2 Meticulous 3 Fallacious 4 Insipid 5 Brevity | |

15 | Distorted; strangely ugly; outlandish; bizarre. |
1 Conviction 2 Grotesque 3 Archaic 4 Concise 5 Extol | |

16 | n. Difference; condition of inequality. |
1 Disparity 2 Nominal 3 Sobriety 4 Quandary 5 Delineate | |

17 | adj. Stingy; mean; excessively cheap in nature. |
1 Miserly 2 Loquacious 3 Sagacious 4 Prodigal 5 Nomadic | |

18 | adj. Keen; shrewd; having insight. |
1 Renegade 2 Unkempt 3 Vivacious 4 Sagacious 5 Viscosity | |

19 | n. Praise. |
1 Eulogy 2 Dissuade 3 Criterion 4 Plausible 5 Despot | |

20 | v. Scatter (like seeds) or news. |
1 Predilection 2 Ruminate 3 Engender 4 Recluse 5 Disseminate | |

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21 | adj. Extremely poisonous. |
1 Didactic 2 Disperse 3 Intermittent 4 Virulent 5 Banal | |

22 | n. Partiality; preference; liking; tendency. |
1 Exonerate 2 Predilection 3 Aggrandizement 4 Verbose 5 Viable | |

23 | v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down. |
1 Prodigal 2 Discursive 3 Bequeath 4 Implication 5 Viscosity | |

24 | n. Fear; trembling. |
1 Trepidation 2 Impervious 3 Volatile 4 Umbrage 5 Proximity | |

25 | adj. Mocking; ridiculing; sarcastic. |
1 Emaciated 2 Concise 3 Satirical 4 Inherent 5 Profusion | |

26 | Tending to fade like vapor; vaporous ephemeral. |
1 Vitriolic 2 Diminution 3 Ambivalence 4 Fallacious 5 Evanescent | |

27 | Felt as one's own experience by imagining that of another; done or experienced in substitution. |
1 Inalienable 2 Affirmation 3 Emaciated 4 Vicarious 5 Abrogate | |

28 | adj. Practical; concerned with practical values. |
1 Renegade 2 Pacifist 3 Pragmatic 4 Laud 5 Viable | |

29 | adj. Wise; shrewd; clever |
1 Pandemonium 2 Piety 3 Astute 4 Solemnity 5 Disparage | |

30 | Wasteful; recklessly extravagant. |
1 Terse 2 Ameliorate 3 Prodigal 4 Verbose 5 Plausible | |

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31 | n. Lover of mankind; doer of good. |
1 Deterrent 2 Ruminate 3 Vivacious 4 Philanthropist 5 Disparity | |

32 | n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to. |
1 Laconic 2 Megalomania 3 Irresolute 4 Antithesis 5 Nullify | |

33 | adj. Ordinary; worldly as opposed to spiritual. |
1 Savory 2 Rustic 3 Mundane 4 Polyglot 5 Debacle | |

34 | n. Expressiveness; persuasive speech. |
1 Disdain 2 Explicit 3 Eloquence 4 Impervious 5 Ruminate | |

35 | v. Approve; ratify. |
1 Incongruous 2 Eclectic 3 Sanction 4 Inane 5 Hedonism | |

36 | adj. Carelessly; unintentionally. |
1 Infamous 2 Equivocal 3 Indict 4 Mundane 5 Inadvertently | |

37 | Having a double meaning; ambiguous; uncertain. |
1 Piety 2 Haphazard 3 Inherent 4 Equivocal 5 Antithesis | |

38 | n. Pride; arrogance. |
1 Debacle 2 Vitriolic 3 Haughtiness 4 Ebullient 5 Sanction | |

39 | n. Seriousness; gravity. |
1 Venerate 2 Prevalent 3 Explicit 4 Despondent 5 Solemnity | |

40 | Reminding or suggestive of the past; remembering; dwelling on the past. |
1 Capitulate 2 Potpourri 3 Eradicate 4 Paradox 5 Reminiscent | |

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41 | v. Come together. |
1 Guile 2 Despot 3 Converge 4 Eradicate 5 Histrionic | |

42 | Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable. |
1 Debilitate 2 Plausible 3 Concur 4 Legacy 5 Incontrovertible | |

43 | That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement. |
1 Potpourri 2 Eradicate 3 Inadvertently 4 Peripheral 5 Paradox | |

44 | n. Wealth. |
1 Fallacious 2 Incongruous 3 Oblivion 4 Unkempt 5 Opulence | |

45 | adj. Mixed up; based on false or unfair selection. |
1 Garbled 2 Evanescent 3 Indict 4 Acquiesce 5 Proximity | |

46 | adj. Understood but not stated. |
1 Volatile 2 Miserly 3 Arbitrary 4 Implicit 5 Prolific | |

47 | Doubtful; unbelieving. |
1 Precedent 2 Concise 3 Skeptical 4 Mundane 5 Corroborate | |

48 | adj. Slipshod in appearance; disheveled. |
1 Oblivion 2 Acrimony 3 Astute 4 Duplicity 5 Unkempt | |

49 | adj. Based on assumptions or hypotheses. |
1 Hypothetical 2 Oblivion 3 Redundant 4 Ambivalence 5 Hedonism | |

50 | adj. Short-lived; fleeting; temporary. |
1 Flagrant 2 Eradicate 3 Skeptical 4 Ephemeral 5 Cryptic | |

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51 | Causing or characterized by delay; tardy; slow. |
1 Dilatory 2 Vapid 3 Criterion 4 Loquacious 5 Duplicity | |

52 | adj. Unchangeable. |
1 Ponderous 2 Immutable 3 Vitriolic 4 Relegate 5 Peripheral | |

53 | adj. Excessively careful; fastidious. |
1 Paradox 2 Clemency 3 Notoriety 4 Meticulous 5 Reticence | |

54 | adj. Superfluous; repetitious. |
1 Unobtrusive 2 Redundant 3 Prevalent 4 Zealot 5 Banal | |

55 | Sharply painful or saddening to the feelings; emotionally affective; piercing; sharp; cutting in effect. |
1 Notoriety 2 Poignant 3 Conviction 4 Meticulous 5 Irreverence | |

56 | Equal in measures; properly proportionate. |
1 Commensurate 2 Polyglot 3 Pandemonium 4 Lucid 5 Animosity | |

57 | n. Lessening; reduction in size. |
1 Immutable 2 Disdain 3 Morose 4 Diminution 5 Zealot | |

58 | (a) n. Proof or declaration of guilt. (b) n. Strongly held belief. |
1 Protagonist 2 Profusion 3 Conviction 4 Philanthropist 5 Redundant | |

59 | n. That which is hinted at or suggested. |
1 Unkempt 2 Ameliorate 3 Connoisseur 4 Subversive 5 Implication | |

60 | v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease. |
1 Esoteric 2 Superfluous 3 Reticence 4 Reminiscent 5 Placate | |

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61 | adj. Superficial; cursory; not thorough; routine. |
1 Aplomb 2 Austerity 3 Perfunctory 4 Implicit 5 Innate | |

62 | adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner. |
1 Reticence 2 Ironic 3 Garbled 4 Fanaticism 5 Criterion | |

63 | n. Lavish expenditure; large amount. |
1 Corroborate 2 Innovation 3 Profusion 4 Eradicate 5 Opulence | |

64 | adj. Periodic; occasional |
1 Intermittent 2 Profound 3 Homogeneous 4 Implicit 5 Indolent | |

65 | Talkative; given to continual talking |
1 Ephemeral 2 Miserly 3 Loquacious 4 Disparage 5 Bequeath | |

66 | n. Fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal. |
1 Discordant 2 Frivolity 3 Zealot 4 Cursory 5 Fervor | |

67 | adj. Deep; not superficial. |
1 Profound 2 Spontaneous 3 Potpourri 4 Opaque 5 Ephemeral | |

68 | n. Double-dealing; guile. |
1 Disparity 2 Duplicity 3 Viable 4 Resilience 5 Pacifist | |

69 | v. Rival; imitate. |
1 Ecstatic 2 Sanction 3 Frivolity 4 Exemplary 5 Emulate | |

70 | An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc. |
1 Meticulous 2 Oscillation 3 Umbrage 4 Connoisseur 5 Commensurate | |

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71 | adj. Indisputable. |
1 Nurture 2 Incontrovertible 3 Mercenary 4 Effervescent 5 Fastidious | |

72 | Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane. |
1 Ambiguous 2 Abrogate 3 Indulgent 4 Censure 5 Debonair | |

73 | n. Tyrant; harsh, authoritarian ruler. |
1 Notoriety 2 Succinct 3 Gnarled 4 Despot 5 Mitigate | |

74 | adj. Naïve; young; unsophisticated. |
1 Ingenuous 2 Exorbitant 3 Augment 4 Poignant 5 Intractable | |

75 | n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause. |
1 Opaque 2 Fanaticism 3 Euphemism 4 Dilatory 5 Solemnity | |

76 | adj. Inconspicuous; not blatant. |
1 Reticence 2 Hackneyed 3 Evanescent 4 Unobtrusive 5 Prolific | |

77 | adj. Practical; realistic. |
1 Ebullient 2 Censure 3 Grotesque 4 Pragmatic 5 Dissonance | |

78 | v. Urges; start; provoke. |
1 Eulogy 2 Instigate 3 Lucid 4 Reprobate 5 Exorbitant | |

79 | v. Cause; produce. |
1 Irreverence 2 Stupefy 3 Philanthropist 4 Ostentatious 5 Engender | |

80 | n. Lack of seriousness. |
1 Frivolity 2 Prodigal 3 Benign 4 Modicum 5 Emaciated | |

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81 | A serve indirect or delayed reaction; aftereffect; reverberation; echo. |
1 Pragmatic 2 Repercussion 3 Cursory 4 Aggrandizement 5 Virulent | |

82 | adj. Differing; deviating. |
1 Credulity 2 Duplicity 3 Immutable 4 Divergent 5 Regression | |

83 | v. Weaken; enfeeble. |
1 Unbridled 2 Cajole 3 Ambiguous 4 Converge 5 Debilitate | |

84 | v. Praise. |
1 Verbose 2 Laud 3 Skeptical 4 Ecstatic 5 Innate | |

85 | n. Lack of proper respect. |
1 Blasphemy 2 Irreverence 3 Relegate 4 Skeptical 5 Archaic | |

86 | adj. Thin and wasted from lack of nourishment. |
1 Virulent 2 Inherent 3 Emaciated 4 Solemnity 5 Opulence | |

87 | adj. Notoriously bad. |
1 Fastidious 2 Ebullient 3 Ironic 4 Sobriety 5 Infamous | |

88 | adj. Inborn. Natural. |
1 Innocuous 2 Conviction 3 Innate 4 Cursory 5 Regression | |

89 | n. Deceit; duplicity. |
1 Censure 2 Guile 3 Brevity 4 Sobriety 5 Eloquence | |

90 | adj. Ill-humored; sullen. |
1 Ostentatious 2 Morose 3 Deterrent 4 Implication 5 Nomadic | |

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91 | v. Treat with scorn or contempt. |
1 Disdain 2 Prodigal 3 Diminution 4 Connoisseur 5 Magnanimous | |

92 | Obvious; conspicuous, offensively loud. |
1 Sacrilege 2 Innovation 3 Reticence 4 Blatant 5 Sinecure | |

93 | Profanatory or irreverent treatment of holy things; desecration. |
1 Plausible 2 Sacrilege 3 Discordant 4 Condone 5 Fallacious | |

94 | adj. Reconciling; soothing; apologetic. |
1 Sinister 2 Indolent 3 Conciliatory 4 Embellish 5 Gravity | |

95 | v. Snub; reject. |
1 Inalienable 2 Enervate 3 Intractable 4 Rebuff 5 Irreverence | |

96 | adj. Commonplace; trite. |
1 Brevity 2 Discordant 3 Gravity 4 Clemency 5 Hackneyed | |

97 | n. Dilemma. |
1 Oscillation 2 Sinister 3 Recluse 4 Dissuade 5 Quandary | |

98 | v. Pass into or through; penetrate (an organization) sneakily. |
1 Stoic 2 Repercussion 3 Rebuff 4 Infiltrate 5 Emulate | |

99 | v. Revere. |
1 Unbridled 2 Venerate 3 Compliance 4 Conciliatory 5 Lugubrious | |

100 | n. Portray. |
1 Delineate 2 Plausible 3 Ebullient 4 Ironic 5 Repercussion |