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Vocab Unit 4 Jeopardy Eng 2

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  1. Vocab Unit 4 JeopardyEng 2

  2. Definitions 1 Synonyms Definitions 2 Antonyms Complete the Sentence 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. Definitions 1 100 Points To disown, reject, or deny the validity of

  4. Definitions 1 100 Points repudiate

  5. Definitions 1 200 Points Coarsely abusive, vulgar or low, foulmouthed

  6. Definitions 1 200 Points scurrilous

  7. Definitions 1 300 Points Incapable of being changed or called back

  8. Definitions 1 300 Points irrevocable

  9. Definitions 1 400 Points Thin, light, delicate, insubstantial

  10. Definitions 1 400 Points gossamer

  11. Definitions 1 500 Points Peevish, complaining, fretful

  12. Definitions 1 500 Points querulous

  13. Synonyms 100 Points Put into an irrevocable trust

  14. Synonyms 100 Points unchangeable

  15. Synonyms 200 Points A propensity for procrastination

  16. Synonyms 200 Points proclivity

  17. Synonyms 300 Points Repudiate a contract

  18. Synonyms 300 Points reject

  19. Synonyms 400 Points Querulous by nature

  20. Synonyms 400 Points peevish

  21. Synonyms 500 Points Inclined to remonstrate

  22. Synonyms 500 Points argue

  23. Definitions 2 100 Points Courteous and pleasant

  24. Definitions 2 100 Points affable

  25. Definitions 2 200 Points That which surrounds (as an atmosphere)

  26. Definitions 2 200 Points aura

  27. Definitions 2 300 Points Scholarly, learned; one of the factions in Divergent

  28. Definitions 2 300 Points erudite

  29. Definitions 400 Points To increase in greatness, power, or wealth

  30. Definitions 2 400 Points aggrandize

  31. Definitions 2 500 Points Impossible to see through physically

  32. Definition 2 500 Points inscrutable

  33. Antonym 100 Points Based on contraband documents What is the opposite of contraband?

  34. Antonym 100 Points legal

  35. Antonym 200 Points The affable visitor What is the opposite meaning of affable?

  36. Antonym 200 Points surly

  37. Antonym 300 Points Began with amorphous blobs What is the opposite meaning of amorphous?

  38. Antonym 300 Points Well-defined

  39. Antonym 400 Points Most erudite one in the group What is the opposite of erudite?

  40. Antonym 400 Points Ignorant (not smart)

  41. Antonym 500 Points Aggrandized their power to tax What is the opposite of aggrandized?

  42. Antonym 500 Points reduced

  43. Complete Sentence 100 Points The sound of their voices _____through the empty halls like the echo of distant thunder.

  44. Definitions 3 100 Points reverberated

  45. Complete Sentence 200 Points Pundits __________ (need a verb!) from the negotiator’s tone of guarded optimism that the talks are progressing favorably.

  46. Complete Sentence 200 Points infer

  47. Complete Sentence300 Points It was very difficult to believe that the wretched bum dressed in such _____ (need an adjective) clothing had once been a wealthy man.

  48. Complete Sentence 300 Points sleazy

  49. Complete Sentence 400 Points He spent all evening and long into the night in _________ study for Thursday’s final exam. (what part of speech are you looking for?)

  50. Complete Sentence 400 Points Adjective! sedulous