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Words that Work #12

Here’s the part 12 of the 10-word quiz to test your working vocabulary for your ready reference in writing and in speaking. If you know them, they would work for you effectively. They will enrich your command of words as an effective writer. They will make you better in speaking. Your communication would be great and you are confident to use them when you know them, their meaning and their limitation in any occasion.

  • Question of

    expunge

    • clarify
    • copy
    • delete
    • investigate
    • underline
  • Question of

    fiasco

    • disappointment
    • turning point
    • loss
    • celebration
    • complete failure
  • Question of

    finite

    • impure
    • limited
    • firm
    • minute
    • unbounded
  • Question of

    flotsam

    • dark sand
    • fleet
    • life preserver
    • wreckage
    • shoreline
  • Question of

    fulminating

    • throbbing
    • pointed
    • wavelike
    • thundering
    • bubbling
  • Question of

    glib

    • cheerful
    • delightful
    • dull
    • fluent
    • gloomy
  • Question of

    graphic

    • serious
    • concise
    • short
    • detailed
    • vivid
  • Question of

    imminent

    • declining
    • distinguished
    • impending
    • terrifying
    • unlikely
  • Question of

    incipient

    • beginning
    • dangerous
    • hasty
    • secret
    • widespread
  • Question of

    indubitable

    • doubtful
    • fraudulent
    • safe
    • honorable
    • undeniable

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  1. #3 is wrong, as finite means limited, and I do not think any of the answers to #5 or #6 work. #8 is also incorrect. You might mean “eminent” there. Just one letter off. A good way to check your work on something like this would be to try using each word in a sentence and then see if the supposed meaning still makes sense. A native speaker of English would not use most of these words in the manner suggested here. But you are trying. That is good.

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