Vocabulary - Sentence Completion - 04

Vocabulary Examination - Sentence Completion
These tests improve your vocabulary, ability to follow the internal logic of sentences and elimination skill process.

1. Something went ________ in our experiment, and instead of creating a green odorless vapor, we ended up with a noxious red liquid that stunk up the laboratory for days.

2. It was very unprofessional of you to ________ your assistant in front of everyone at the meeting; she deserves more respect, and any criticism of her performance should be done in private.

3. Such a ________ violation of school policy should be punished by nothing less than expulsion.

4. Although she was on a diet, Hannah intended to ________ in the feast of Thanksgiving.

5. The defense attorney’s choice of words ________ that there were other possible versions of the crime, but the jury was unconvinced.

6. Although the villagers’ lives were profoundly different from her own, Jing-Mae felt a deep ________ for the people when she served in the Peace Corps.

7. The peasants passed their weary days in much ________ and little comfort.

8. The knight sought to ________ his broadsword in such a menacing fashion as to frighten his attacker away.

9. Don Quixote describes the adventures of a(n) ________ knight who believes that windmills are giants and the barmaid Dulcinea is a princess.

10. Even though the pilot promised it was safe, Neil was ________ to fly during a snowstorm.

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7. Synonyms - Test-25
8. Synonyms - Test-26
9. Synonyms - Test-27
10. Antonym Test - 11
11. Antonym Test - 12
12. Antonym Test - 13
13. Vocabulary - Synonyms Antonyms - 01
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15. Vocabulary - Synonyms Antonyms - 03
16. Vocabulary - Synonyms Antonyms - 04
17. Vocabulary - Synonyms Antonyms - 05
18. Antonym Test - 14
19. Antonym Test - 15
20. Antonym Test - 16

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Sussex Spaniel

The Sussex Spaniel is a breed of dog developed in Sussex in southern England. It is a low, compact spaniel and is similar in appearance to the Clumber Spaniel. They can be slow paced, but can have a clownish and energetic temperament. They suffer from health conditions common to spaniels and some large dogs, as well as a specific range of heart conditions and spinal disc herniation. First bred in 1795 in Hastings, East Sussex for specific hunting conditions, they nearly became extinct during the Second World War. They are now more popular in the United States than any other country and are recognised by all major kennel clubs. Notably, a Sussex Spaniel won the best in show in 2009 at the 133rd Westminster Kennel Club The Sussex Spaniel is a low compact spaniel similar in appearance to a small, dark Clumber Spaniel. It is normally no taller than 13?15 in (33?38 cm) at the withers and the usual weight range is between 35?45 lb (16?20 kg) with a roughly rectangular appearance. The Clumber Spaniel meanwhile is normally between 17?20 in (43?51 cm) high at the shoulder, and weighing 55?85 lb (25?39 kg). One of the noticeable features is their golden liver-coloured coat which is unique to the breed. Historically however, there have also been examples of both black and sandy coloured Sussex Spaniels. The coat is thick (sometimes with a slight wave to it), feathering on the chest, legs and earsand consists of a weather resistant undercoat with a silky outer coat.[5] The eyes are hazel in colour. The silky ears are lobe-shaped typical of the Spaniel, and set moderately low.The Sussex is a short, stocky kind of dog

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