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VENEREAL
a. venio
b. veneror
c. ventus
d. venus
d. venus
TACIT
a. spoken
b. allowed
c. unwanted
d. understood
d. understood
VIGILANCE
a. guide
b. posse
c. watchfulness
d. mob
c. watchfulness
TENTACLE
a. to stretch
b. to feel
c. to enclose
d. to squeeze
b. to feel
HESITATE
a. enemy
b. spear
c. doubt
d. stick
d. stick
An opossum is a NOCTURNAL animal.
a. night-active
b. tree-living
c. tricky
d. large
a. night-active
VERBOSE
a. magnificent
b. talkative
c. taciturn
d. unwise
b. talkative
IMPECCABLE
a. pectus
b. pauci
c. placidus
d. peccare
d. peccare
AMICABLE
a. friendly
b. worldly
c. detested
d. old
a. friendly
FUTILE
a. sum
b. fundo
c. fuscus
d. fuscina
b. fundo
PULCHRITUDE
a. zeal
b. ugliness
c. beauty
d. terro
c. beauty
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
altus
a. altitude
b. exalt
c. fault
d. altimeter
c. fault
BURGLAR
a. thief
b. fortified place
c. trustee
d. beggar
a. thief
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
clamo
a. calamity
b. exclamatory
c. clamour
d. reclaim
a. calamity
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
scribo
a. squabble
b. inscription
c. scribe
d. scribble
a. squabble
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
pes
a. pediatrician
b. pedal
c. pedestrian
d. pedestal
a. pediatrician
(a Papal) BULL
a. bubble
b. buttocks
c. bowry
d. stubborn
a. bubble
MENIAL
a. manus
b. mens
c. mansio
d. mensa
c. mansio
Antonym
IMPECUNIOUS
a. affluent
b. shy
c. well-regarded
d. safe
a. affluent
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
mitto
a. submit
b. mission
c. imitate
d. emit
c. imitate
Antonym
RELINQUISH
a. retain
b. destroyed
c. devalue
d. employ
a. retain
GUST
a. to surge
b. to blow
c. to sing
d. to taste
d. to taste
Antonym
CORPULENT
a. miniscule
b. retired
c. military
d. dizzy
a. miniscule
AMOUNT
a. mountain
b. to move
c. walls
d. to advise
a. mountain
Antonym
PAUCITY
a. poverty
b. wealth
c. value
d. abundance
d. abundance
Antonym
FIDELITY
a. treachery
b. eternity
c. happiness
d. order
a. treachery
Antonym
RISIBLE
a. serious
b. laughable
c. imagined
d. safe
a. serious
Antonym
SOMNOLENT
a. soothing
b. stimulating
c. boring
d. loyal
b. stimulating
TO BRISTLE
a. hadgehog
b. hirsute
c. nettles
d. gonophore
b. hirsute
Antonym
TENACIOUS
a. obnoxious
b. weak
c. scary
d. intentional
b. weak
Antonym
PROPINQUITY
a. cleverness
b. desire
c. distance
d. fear
c. distance
Antonym
ACRIMONIOUS
a. sharp
b. harmonious
c. beloved
d. similar
b. harmonious
THEFT
a. burgess
b. yearn
c. furtive
d. steal
c. furtive
Antonym
URBANE
a. witty
b. rustic
c. smooth
d. virtual
b. rustic
FORCEPS
a. foris + capio
b. formus + capio
c. foris + carpo
d. formus + carpo
b. formus + capio
PROSPECT
a. view
b. opportunity
c. to guess
d. to buy land
a. view
Antonym
VIVACIOUS
a. deadly
b. determined
c. lifeless
d. hated
c. lifeless
Archaeologist uncovered a beautiful ? floor in Pompeii. (tesselated)
a. tiled
b. handcraft
c. unprecedented
d. wooden
a. tiled
Caesar sent a message requesting ? troops. (auxiliary)
a. emergency
b. supplementary
c. new
d. well-trained
b. supplementary
LIMIT
a. cease
b. detain
c. imprison
d. determine
d. determine
CLOSE
a. cloister
b. clumsy
c. cloud
d. cuticle
a. cloister
I could not ? with a girl who didn't study. (commiserate)
a. communicate
b. go out
c. sympathize
d. quarrel
c. sympathize
His ? words surprised the girl. (inimical)
a. friendly
b. distinguished
c. loud
d. hostile
d. hostile
VIPER
a. inevitable
b. survival
c. vitiate
d. evaporate
b. survival
The athlete was distinguished for his ?. (celerity)
a. strength
b. agility
c. sportsmanship
d. speed
d. speed
"What an ? lunch!" the student exclaimed. (odious)
a. exceptional
b. indulent
c. determined
d. offensive
d. offensive
The swimming goldfish was a ? sight for the cat. (tantalizing)
a. pleasant
b. tedious
c. teasing
d. hopeful
c. teasing
The zookeeper was inpressed by the MAGNITUDE of the new elephant.
a. fierceness
b. enormity
c. bravery
d. gentleness
b. enormity
The ? newspaper kept us informed. (diurnal)
a. annual
b. daily
c. weekly
d. monthly
b. daily
The passing seasons is an ? fact of nature. (immutable)
a. unchanging
b. absolute
c. unknown
d. unreliable
a. unchanging
The company letter contained a ? for him. (caveat)
a. warning
b. check
c. threat
d. messagw
a. warning
NIMBED
a. number
b. divine spirit
c. cloud
d. too much
c. cloud
The ? voice was soothing. (sonorous)
a. resinous
b. resinant
c. repetitive
d. sisteryly
b. resinant
RAIL
a. board
b. to reprimand
c. to seize
d. ruler
d. ruler
The teacher had never had such a ? group of students. (loquacious)
a. dull
b. reliable
c. talkative
d. benevolent
c. talkative
Cal Ripkin is a ? favourite at the AllStar game. (perennial)
a. talented
b. flowery
c. familiar
d. reoccuring
d. reoccuring
LACHRYMOSE
a. passionate
b. curt
c. mournful
d. tense
c. mournful
TRANSMIT
a. send out
b. send across
c. send back
d. send in
b. send across
REJECT
a. throw back
b. turn back
c. chuse again
d. read
a. throw back
SCALAR
a. scabies
b. scio
c. scalae
d. sacra
c. scalae
EXTRACT
a. send away
b. hand out
c. drag to
d. pull out
d. pull out
PERFECT
a. make again
b. carry through
c. do thoroughly
d. do together
c. do thoroughly
INTERVENE
a. come between
b. go between
c. come in
d. see through
a. come between
CONFLUENCE
a. illegal action
b. flowing together
c. influence well
d. trusting together
b. flowing together
SUBVERT
a. see under
b. turn under
c. understand
b. come under
b. turn under
ANTE BELLUM
a. against war
b. before the war
c. throughout the war
d. after the war
b. before the war
INCURSION
a. running into
b. not running
c. cursing on
d. cursing against
a. running into
VALETUDINARIAN
a. healthnut
b. fairwell speaker
c. unhealthy person
d. agent
c. unhealthy person
MULTILINGUAL
a. many sided
b. differentiated
c. speaking many tongues
d. multiplied
c. speaking many tongues
MENDACIOUS
a. truthful
b. repairing
c. guilty
d. lying
d. lying
INHERENT
a. weak
b. natural
c. stubborn
d. complete
b. natural
INDIGENT
a. native
b. lazy
c. sincere
d. needy
d. needy
FULGENT
a. dizzy
b. empty
c. diverse
d. shining
d. shining
PUSILANIMOUS
a. chained
b. cowardly
c. strident
d. poor
d. poor
PERCOLATE
a. colligere
b. precari
c. parcere
d. colare
d. colare
PEJORATIVE
a. causing to worsen
b. causing to inundate
c. bettering
d. delighting
a. causing to worsen
GREGARIOUS
a. social
b. anticipatory
c. glorious
d. horrendous
a. social
IMPLACABLE
a. not able to be pleased
b. placing in
c. folding in
d. not helping
a. not able to be pleased
CONSANGUINITY
a. kinship
b. friendship
c. bloodletting
d. understanding
a. kinship
VESICAL
a. bladder
b. entrails
c. trace
d. clothing
a. bladder
DERELICT
a. redea
b. relinquo
c. licet
d. deligo
b. relinquo
SACERDOTAL
a. religious
b. frank
c. authoritative
d. violent
a. religious
ANTEDILUVIAN
a. hidden
b. primitive
c. tempestuous
d. chaotic
b. primitive
Antonym
DORMANT
a. boring
b. lively
c. hesitant
d. remarkable
b. lively
Antonym
BELLICOSE
a. frightened
b. ugly
c. peaceful
d. redeeming
c. peaceful
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
manus
a. manumit
b. manual
c. manufactor
d. demand
d. demand
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
mors
a. moratorium
b. mortary
c. mortify
d. immortal
a. moratorium
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
mare
a. marine
b. marital
c. maritime
d. aquamarine
b. marital
The woman was accustomed to her husband's PUERILE antics.
a. surprising
b. deliberate
c. numerous
d. childish
d. childish
At the parade, bands played MARTIAL music.
a. military
b. loud
c. unusual
d. primitive
a. military
No person can be truly OMNISCIENT.
a. all-knowing
b. evil
c. naive
d. generous
a. all-knowing
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
amo
a. amorous
b. peramour
c. amity
d. amoral
d. amoral
Select the English word which is NOT derived from the Latin word.
equus
a. equestrian
b. equal
c. equine
d. equerry
b. equal
SYLVAN
a. valuable
b. mystical
c. woodsy
d. past
c. woodsy
LAUD
a. embarras
b. beautify
c. praise
d. discover
c. praise
REGAL
a. basic
b. opressive
c. royal
d. entertaining
c. royal
VIRULENT
a. malignant
b. masculine
c. green
d. neutral
b. masculine
SENDENTARY
a. loyal
b. rock-like
c. afraid
d. immobile
d. immobile
LARCENY
a. latro
b. laurus
c. levis
d. laus
a. latro
GENERATE
a. genus
b. gero
c. genu
d. gena
a. genus