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					1. MERCENARY: SOLDIER::

A.   amateur : artist
B.   apprentice : student
C.   pedant : teacher
D.   demagogue : leader
E.   hack : writer

2.INSTIGATOR : INCITE ::
A. accomplice : threaten
B. adjudicator : quarrel
C. employee : strike
D. bully : browbeat
E. lawyer : enact

3.   ANECDOTE : AMUSEMENT ::
A.   parable : brevity
B.   lecture : instruction
C.   harangue : complacency
D.   caption : illustration
E.   slogan : repetition

4.INEXORABLE : DISSUASION ::
A. indomitable : conquest
B. invulnerable : protection
C. insatiable : nourishment
D. unfathomable : mystery
E. unthinkable : custom

5.   SONNET : POET ::
A.   stage : actor
B.   orchestra : conductor
C.   music : dancer
D.   canvas : painter
E.   symphony : composer

6.   CRAVEN : ADMIRABLE ::
A.   unruly : energetic
B.   listless : attractive
C.   deft : awkward
D.   trifling : amusing
E.   volatile : passionate

7.   INVENTORY: MERCHANDISE::
A.   entry : ledger
B.   number : set
C.   photograph : negative
D.   order : receipt
E.   manifest : cargo

8.   PATRONIZE: CONDESCENSION::
A.   exasperate : anger
B.   deride : mockery
C.   compensate : apology
D. hurry : decision
E. encroach : fearlessness

9. MAELSTROM : TURBULENT ::

A.   stricture : imperative
B.   mirage : illusory
C.   antique : rare
D.   myth : authentic
E.   verdict : fair

10. ETCH: CORROSIVE::
A. shrink : diminutive
B. destroy : worthless
C. glue : adhesive
D. sculpt : malleable
E. polish : glossy

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11. ATROCIOUS: BAD ::
A. excessive : adequate
B. momentous : important
C. unavailing : helpful
D. contagious : diseased
E. nominal : satisfactory

12.SCHOLARLY : PEDANTIC ::
A. thrifty : extravagant
B. tactful : diplomatic
C. modest : prudish
D. generous : philanthropic
E. timorous : doubtful

13.POTABLE : BEVERAGE ::
A. attainable : effort
B. indigestible : food
C. quantifiable : phenomenon
D. containable : impatience
E. habitable : dwelling

14. ANONYMOUS : IDENTIFY ::
A. nonchalant : excite
B. repressed : constrain
C. misled : trust
D. annoying : assist
E. unremarkable : please

15.EMBARRASS : SHAME ::

A. coax : reluctance
B. sleep : fatigue
C. doubt : uncertainty
D. belittle : condescension
E. console : comfort

16. PESTLE : GRIND ::
A. whetstone : sharpen
B. balloon : float
C. mill : turn
D. hinge : fasten
E. switch : conduct

17. ENTHUSIASM: MANIA::
A. idea : inspiration
B. nightmare : hallucination
C. failure : disgust
D. suspicion : paranoia
E. energy : fitness

18. INURED: TOLERANCE::
A. sensitized : generosity
B. disinterested : dishonesty
C. addicted : dependency
D. satisfied : apathy
E. embarrassed : scrutiny

19.INSTRUMENTALIST : SYMPHONY ::
A. author : drama
B. photographer : cinema
C. composer : concerto
D. artist : painting
E. dancer : ballet

20.SYNOPSIS : CONCISENESS ::
A. distillate : purity
B. mutation : viability
C. replication : precedence
D. illusion : quickness
E. icon : charity


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21. MIRTH: LAUGHTER::
A. uncertainty : nod
B. approval : applause
C. danger : alarm
D. labor : sweat
E. love : respect

22. PORE : MEMBRANE ::
A. mouth : lip
B. eyelid : eye
C. door : wall
D. tunnel : passage
E. tumbler : lock

23. IMMUTABLE : ALTERED ::
A. impassable : attempted
B. untenable : debated
C. dessicated : moistened
D. implacable : propitiated
E. unimpeachable : trusted

24.UNFLAPPABLE : UPSET ::
A. veracious : deceive
B. affable : befriend
C. vigorous : impede
D. ostentatious : influence
E. obstinate : persuade

25.VENIAL : EXCUSE ::
A. implausible : decry
B. experimental : explore
C. pellucid : understand
D. preponderant : balance
E. insidious : entrap

26. PRETENSE : DECEIVE ::

A.   compunction : repel
B.   admonition : reprove
C.   restitution : forestall
D.   hoax : entertain
E.   ban : protect

27.CARTOGRAPHER : MAP ::
A. astronomer : stars
B. carpenter : wood
C. lumberjack : saw
D. tailor : clothing
E. weaver : loom

28.ANALGESIC : PAIN ::
A. sedative : sleep
B. stimulant : mood
C. antiseptic : odor
D. anesthetic : sensation
E. ointment : skin

29.PESTLE : GRIND ::
A. scissors : sharpen
B. spice : flavor
C. spoon : stir
D. hammer : swing
E. fan : rotate
30.TREE : FORESTRY ::
A. tractor : agriculture
B. experiment : laboratory
C. fuel : combustion
D. flower : horticulture
E. generator : electricity

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31. SQUALL: COMMOTION::
A. eruption : tranquility
B. jerk : flexibility
C. swerve : angularity
D. flash : illumination
E. error : excuse

32.SLACKEN : TAUTNESS ::
A. bend : pliancy
B. enumerate : loss
C. dilute : strength
D. galvanize : energy
E. shatter : fragility

33.IMMATERIAL : RELEVANCE ::
A. informal : recognition
B. circuitous : directness
C. parallel : similarity
D. authoritative : conciseness
E. proverbial : immediacy

34.BLUSTERING : SPEAK ::
A. grimacing : smile
B. blinking : stare
C. slouching : sit
D. jeering : laugh s
E. swaggering : walk

35.INCEPTION : TERMINATION ::
A. preface : text
B. movement : coda
C. midnight : dusk
D. evaluation : administration
E. matriculation : graduation

36.ABSCOND : DEPART ::
A. pilfer : take
B. endow : give
C. evanesce : disappear
D. conspire : espouse
E. require : deprive

37.DIVERGE : APART ::
A.   traverse : across
B.   suspend : around
C.   reverse : beyond
D.   repose : beside
E.   involve : among

38.OPPOSE : THWART ::
A. treat : cure
B. initiate : respond
C. plan : ascertain
D. respect : favor
E. subvert : defraud

39. GUILT : EXPIATION ::
A. interest : stimulation
B. energy : revitalization
C. function : rehabilitation
D. despair : anxiety
E. fatigue : repose

40.STANZA : POEM ::
A. spine : book
B. movement : symphony
C. line : quotation
D. act : theater
E. setting : script

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41.GENTEEL : VULGARITY ::
A. intrepid: fear
B. chic: substance
C. merry : hilarity
D. prying : intelligence
E. cultivated : breeding

42.VENERABLE : REVERENCE ::
A. fallible : correction
B. viable : performance
C. despicable : scorn
D. credible : honor
E. amiable : reconciliation

43.DIRECTOR : PLAYWRIGHT ::
A. publisher : lyricist
B. curator : illustrator
C. manager : performer
D. dancer : choreographer
E. conductor : composer

44. DESIRE : COVET ::
A. understand : contemplate
B.   interject : avow
C.   esteem : idolize
D.   envy : resent
E.   commend : approve

45.PARABLE : STORY ::

A.   homily : lecture
B.   faith : sermon
C.   fiction : allegory
D.   fable : lesson
E.   legend : myth

46.MUSEUM : ARTIFACT ::
A. laboratory : research
B. archive : document
C. building : room
D. factory : machine
E. auditorium : rehearsal

47. ISLAND : ARCHIPELAGO ::
A. peninsula : continent
B. foot : ankle
C. fish : school
D. bough : trunk
E. forest : mountain

48.OBSEQUIOUS : SYCOPHANT ::
A. pusillanimous : coward
B. reticent : dupe
C. progressive : entrepreneur
D. guileless : racketeer
E. acquiescent : rebel

49.ILLITERACY : EDUCATION ::
A. bureaucracy :clarification
B. oppression : agreement
C. vagrancy : travel
D. inequity : redistribution
E. inclemency : evasion

50. MISER: MUNIFICENT::
A. ascetic : patient
B. progenitor : productive
C. Mentor: inexperienced
D. zealot : enthusiastic
E. traveler : worldly

41-50: ACECA BCADC

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51.SLACK : TENSION ::
A. opaque : translucence
B.   curved : consistency
C.   precise : documentation
D.   likely : precedent
E.   arid : atmosphere

52. LAW : CRIMINALITY ::
A. ritual :orthodoxy
B. leadership : submission
C. consensus : factionalism
D. lesson : falsehood
E. rehabilitation : vacillation

53. CIRCULAR: ASYMMETRICAL::
A. protean : rigid
B. prior : unfinished
C. scarce : withheld
D. unique : rare
E. imminent : impending

54.MISCALCULATION : JUDGMENT ::
A. breach : fortification
B. fumble : location
C. gaffe : decorum
D. exaggeration : statement
E. default : loan

55.TOPIC : DIGRESSION ::
A. script : treatment
B. statement : reiteration
C. plan : reconstruction
D. course : deviation
E. building : demolition

56. DEPORTATION: COUNTRY::
A. evacuation : shelter
B. abdication : throne
C. extradition : court
D. eviction : dwelling
E. debarkation : destination

57. OPPORTUNE : CONVENIENCE ::
A. ineffable : substance
B. impenetrable : durability
C. impermanent : transience
D. excessive : superficiality
E. remediable : effort

58. CLEFT : CHASM ::
A. valley : hill
B. cut : gash
C. void : gap
D. band : strip
E. shred : remnant
59. EARSHOT: HEAR::
A. odor : smell
B. finger : touch
C. ken : see
D. relish : taste
E. intuition : sense

60. PETROGLYPH : ROCK ::
A. mural : wall
B. mosaic : tile
C. sculpture : bronze
D. opera : score
E. ensemble : instrument

51-60: ACACD DCBCA

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61.CAVILER : CARPING ::
A. libertine : licentiousness
B. charlatan : plagiarism
C. busybody : jealousy
D. mentor : perspicuity
E. disciple : leadership

62.COAGULANT : THICKEN ::
A. astringent : dampen
B. solvent : dissolve
C. thinner : bind
D. bleach : seal
E. dye : dilute

63.INSECT : PESTICIDE ::
A. antiseptic : germicide
B. preservative : fungicide
C. plant : herbicide
D. blood : coagulant
E. skin : astringent

64.NEPOTISM : RELATIVE ::
A. cronyism : friend
B. elitism : leader
C. narcissism : self
D. recidivism : criminal
E. jingoism : patriot

65.PHILANTHROPIST : BENEFICENCE ::
A. guest : assertiveness
B. idealist : dissent
C. painter : perspective
D. comedian : humor
E. confidant : foresight

66.MARSH : SODDEN ::
A.   creek : wide
B.   laughter : arrhythmic
C.   desert : arid
D.   question : inaudible
E.   fence : short

67. FEED : HUNGER ::
A. reassure : uneasiness
B. penetrate : inclusion
C. abandon : desolation
D. transfer : location
E. fertilize : growth

68.FERTILIZE : GROW ::
A. immunize : resist
B. nourish : enrich
C. heat : burn
D. graft : multiply
E. prune : dwarf

69.KANGAROO : MARSUPIAL ::
A. kitten : cat
B. pony : herd
C. animal : mammal
D. squirrel : rodent
E. feather : bird

70.MEDIATION : COMPROMISE ::
A. exclamation : remark
B. approbation : acclaim
C. election : legislation
D. prosecution : conviction
E. conclusion : evaluation

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71.ABDICATE : THRONE ::
A. egress : chamber
B. submit : defeat
C. abstain : motion
D. resign : office
E. protest : ruling

72. CORROBORATE: EVIDENCE ::
A. translate : vision
B. vacillate : persuasion
C. officiate : obligation
D. manipulate : aspiration
E. calumniate : falsehood

73.ASSESS : VALUE ::
A. survey : land
B.   stabilize : equity
C.   ascend : height
D.   forecast : status
E.   plumb : depth

74.GRANDSTAND : IMPRESS ::
A. patronize : alienate
B. hedge : reveal
C. equivocate : deceive
D. presume : disprove
E. upbraid : dislike

75. REPROVE : REPRIMAND ::
A. blame : censure
B. control : contain
C. persuade : convince
D. thwart : confront
E. inconvenience : effect

76.NUMB : SENSATION ::
A. brackish : repulsiveness
B. stiff : suppleness
C. perennial : constancy
D. brittle : frailty
E. tactile : texture

77.GAUGE : PRESSURE ::
A. ruler : angle
B. scale: weight
C. dial : number
D. inch : mile
E. circle : diameter

78.IMPECCABLE : FLAW ::
A. foreseeable : outcome
B. mundane : substance
C. dishonorable : blemish
D. ingenuous : guile
E. portentous : omen

79.DISAGREEABLE : HATEFUL ::
A. daunting : calamitous
B. injurious : dangerous
C. unpleasant : deleterious
D. detrimental : loathsome
E. harmful : lethal

80.DISSEMBLE : HONESTY ::
A. smile : amiability
B. snub : politeness
C. disagree : error
D. flee : furtiveness
E. elate : exuberance
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81.CLOG : DRAINAGE ::
A. fender : collision
B. fence : privacy
C. blackout : outage
D. stalemate : negotiations
E. vote : legislation

82.TESTY : ANNOY ::
A. truculent : resist
B. oblivious : ignore
C. hesitant : balk
D. incorrigible : dissuade
E. tractable : control

83. BLURB: NOTICE::
A. gloss : explanation
B. ad-lib : speech
C. byline : article
D. song : repertoire
E. mural : painting

84. LARDER : PROVISIONS ::
A. closet : shelves
B. museum : patrons
C. vault : valuables
D. office : files
E. laboratory : experiments

85.SOLACE : GRIEF ::
A. rebuke : mistake
B. mortification : passion
C. encouragement : confidence
D. justification: action
E. pacification : anger

86.JOG : EXERCISE ::
A. immunize : disease
B. barter : trade
C. borrow : bank
D. punish : law
E. vote : candidate

87.POLEMIC : DISPUTATIOUS ::
A. anachronism : chronological
B. vernacular : unpretentious
C. invective : abusive
D. platitude : insightful
E. eulogy : unrealistic

88.SPOKE : HUB ::
A.   radius : center
B.   parabola : equation
C.   line : point
D.   vector : direction
E.   slope : change

89.COMMAND : REQUEST ::
A. presume : inquire
B. recommend : propose
C. summon : invite
D. refuse : rebel
E. authorize : permit

90. GRIPE: DISCONTENT::
A. learn : knowledge
B. praise : admiration
C. depart : journey
D. conspire : pact
E. react : response

81-90 : DEACE BCACB

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91.TERROR : FEAR ::
A. craving : desire
B. inclination : liking
C. sympathy : empathy
D. urgency : lack
E. alibi : excuse

92. CIPHER: CRYPTIC::
A. chronicle : fictitious
B. commentary : comprehensive
C. essay : objective
D. recapitulation : lengthy
E. précis : concise

93.ABATE : TAX ::
A. skew : distortion
B. inventory : stock
C. alleviate : distress
D. inhibit : reluctance
E. implement : regulation

94.ABSTEMIOUS : INDULGE ::
A. affectionate : embrace
B. austere : decorate
C. articulate : preach
D. argumentative : harangue
E. affable : jest

95. INDELIBLE: FORGET::
A. lucid : comprehend
B.   astounding : expect
C.   inconsequential : reduce
D.   incorrigible : agree
E.   fearsome : avoid

96.CONSTRUCT : REMODEL ::
A. exhibit : perform
B. compose : edit
C. demolish : repair
D. quantify : estimate
E. predict : assess

97.APOSTROPHES : WORD ::
A. letters : alphabet
B. verbs : syntax
C. ellipses : sentence
D. commas : punctuation
E. paragraphs : essay

98. FANG: TOOTH ::
A. gum : mouth
B. elbow : arm
C. bank : river
D. finger : digit
E. summit : mountain

99.CATASTROPHE : MISHAP ::
A. prediction : recollection
B. contest : recognition
C. humiliation : embarrassment
D. reconciliation : solution
E. hurdle : challenge

100.INSTRUMENTALIST : ORCHESTRA ::
A. dancer : choreographer
B. actor : troupe
C. conductor : baton
D. singer : composition
E. director : play

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101. BOLSTER: SUPPORT::
A. axis : revolve
B. spackle : paint
C. leakage : caulk
D. heat : insulate
E. tackle : hoist

102. EXPEDITE : PROCESS ::
A. juxtapose : items
B. identify : causes
C. accelerate : pace
D. envision : success
E. strengthen : resolve

103. PANTRY : FOOD ::
A. museum : replicas
B. ship : cargo
C. office : business
D. armory : weapons
E. warehouse : storage

104. REVERENCE : RESPECT ::
A. resiliency : vitality
B. appreciation : dependency
C. avidity : enthusiasm
D. imagination : creativity
E. audacity : sentiment

105. CONNOISSEUR : ART ::
A. commentator : review
B. listener : music
C. scholar : research
D. gourmet : cuisine
E. amateur : sport

106. MOSQUITO : NETTING ::
A. radiation : badge
B. moth : light
C. vermin : exterminator
D. window : screen
E. impurity : filter

107. DRAW: DOODLE::
A. talk : whisper
B. travel : ramble
C. run : walk
D. calculate : add
E. eat : gobble

108. ILLUSTRATE : PICTURES ::
A. particularize : details
B. abridge : texts
C. parse: sentences
D. regularize : inconsistencies
E. economize : words

109.GLUTTON : OVERINDULGENCE ::
A. agitator : conspiracy
B. disciple : self-discipline
C. ascetic : self-denial
D. dilettante : wittiness
E. egotist : bravado

110.PARSIMONY : MISER ::
A.   temerity : despot
B.   belligerence : traitor
C.   remorse : delinquent
D.   equanimity : guardian
E.   rebelliousness : insurgent

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111.BENEFICENT : HARM ::
A. reluctant : fail
B. tenacious : yield
C. magnanimous : worry
D. sanctimonious : censure
E. selfish : begrudge

112.KNEEL : SUBMISSION ::
A. nod : assent
B. criticize : condemnation
C. tickle : irritation
D. confess : guilt
E. grimace : reproof

113. MALLEABLE: SHAPE ::
A. apathetic : emotion
B. irresolute : opinion
C. demonstrable : evidence
D. irredeemable : value
E. gustatory : taste

114.PROGRAM : CONCERT ::
A. bibliography : book
B. menu : entree
C. questionnaire : poll
D. platform : campaign
E. agenda : meeting

115.STUDIO : ARTIST ::
A. blueprint : architect
B. boutique :client
C. laboratory : scientist
D. quarry : sculptor
E. apartment : landlord

116.LOQUACIOUS : SUCCINCT ::
A. placid : indolent
B. vivacious : cheerful
C. vulgar : offensive
D. pretentious : sympathetic
E. adroit : ungainly

117. EQUIVOCATION : TRUTH ::
A. rhetoric : persuasion
B.   obfuscation :clarity
C.   metaphor : description
D.   repetition : boredom
E.   conciliation : appeasement

118.EUPHEMISM : OFFENSIVE ::
A. rhetoric : persuasive
B. aphorism : diffuse
C. metaphor : descriptive
D. repetition : fatiguing
E. conciliation : appeasing

119. ABRADED : FRICTION ::
A. refined : combustion
B. attenuated : coagulation
C. diluted : immersion
D. strengthened : compression
E. desiccated : dehydration
F.
120. NARCISSIST : SELF-ABSORBED ::
A. malcontent : resigned
B. braggart : detestable
C. cynic : pensive
D. sycophant : obsequious
E. perfectionist : incomplete

111-120: BABEC EBBED

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121.ABANDON : INHIBITION ::
A. hostility : aggression
B. despair : hope
C. ascendancy : prominence
D. reversal : vacillation
E. surrender : resignation

122. LABYRINTHINE : SIMPLICITY ::
A. epic : scope
B. digressive : motive
C. heretical : sincerity
D. austere : design
E. jejune : interest

123. COLONNADE : PILLAR ::
A. throng : group
B. queue : person
C. panorama : perspective
D. cycle : beginning
E. constellation : galaxy

124.BLEMISH : IMPECCABLE ::
A. simplicity : elegant
B. stability : rigid
C. purity : complex
D. guile : artless
E. value : gratis

125..MOLLIFY : ANGER ::
A. enlighten : seriousness
B. nurture : dependency
C. hearten : dejection
D. distract : confusion
E. anticipate : outcome

126. ODIOUS : DISGUST::
A. awesome : resentment
B. normal : banality
C. scarce : poverty
D. immobile : stability
E. menacing : fear

127.PALATABLE : SAVORY ::
A. warm : temperate
B. trifling : faddish
C. satiable : hungry
D. discernible : manifest
E. rash : hasty

128. STYLUS: MARK::
A. pencil : erase
B. lamp : illuminate
C. sponge : squeeze
D. sign : confuse
E. blender : separate

129. ABATE : FORCE ::
A. corrode : acid
B. grind : powder
C. congeal : viscosity
D. intensify : hue
E. decelerate : speed

130. PARSIMONIOUS : SKIMP ::
A. lackadaisical : attend
B. caustic : yield
C. indolent : shirk
D. apathetic cling
E. unconventional : corrupt

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131.PARSIMONIOUS : SKIMP ::
A. lackadaisical : attend
B. caustic : yield
C. unconventional : corrupt
D. apathetic :cling
E. malingering : shirk

132. VACCINATION : IMMUNE ::
A. questioning : vulnerable
B. overexposure : jaded
C. invigoration : stimulating
D. sleep : exhausted
E. disinfection : preventive

133.SPLINT : IMMOBILIZE ::
A. duct : convey
B. bolt twist
C. lid : screw
D. canopy : expose
E. ruler : fit

134.FOOLISH : DISCRETION ::
A. inedible : food
B. bumptious : disrespect
C. isolated : shelter
D. impecunious : money
E. implacable : determination

135.PERFUNCTORILY : INSPIRATION ::
A. insolently : veneration
B. ardently : passion
C. phlegmatically : composure
D. surreptitiously : obsession
E. haltingly : reluctance

136.DOOR : ROOM ::
A. rudder : anchor
B. boat : ship
C. patio : terrace
D. hatch : hold
E. basement : attic

137. PRODIGY: PERSON::
A. pagan : iconoclast
B. beacon : shadow
C. maniac : obsession
D. traitor : confidence
E. miracle : occurrence

138.OBSERVATORY : ASTRONOMY ::
A. purgatory : remuneration
B. refectory : religion
C. dormitory : university
D. conservatory : music
E. armory : militia

139.STRUT : WING ::
A. lever : handle
B.   axle : wheel
C.   buttress : wall
D.   beam : rivet
E.   well : pipe

140.PORTRAIT : PAINTING ::
A. ballet : music
B. meter : poetry
C. solo : ensemble
D. biography : history
E. documentary : event

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141.MERCENARY : MONEY ::
A. vindictive : revenge
B. scholarly : library
C. immaculate : cleanliness
D. thirsty : water
E. belligerent : invasion

142.LULLABY : SONG ::
A. narrative : volume
B. lecture : tutor
C. paragraph : page
D. diatribe : discourse
E. invective : compliment

143. CORRAL: HORSES::
A. den : lions
B. meadow : sheep
C. herd : cattle
D. nest : birds
E. coop : chickens

144. RELEVANT : CRUCIAL ::
A. marginal : unique
B. perceptible : obvious
C. apparent : real
D. peripheral : central
E. possible : desirable

145.STUDY : LEARN ::
A. pervade : encompass
B. search : find
C. gather : win
D. agree : keep
E. accumulate : raise

146. FRESCO: WALL::
A. fountain : courtyard
B. parquetry : floor
C. thatch : roof
D. statuary : passage
E. gargoyle : gutter

147. ATTENTIVE : OFFICIOUS ::
A. doubtful : ambiguous
B. absorbed : engrossed
C. refined : snobbish
D. magisterial : authoritative
E. impromptu : spontaneous

148.NUMB : INSENSIBLE ::
A. reflect : luminous
B. burnish : lustrous
C. heckle : raucous
D. repulse : odious
E. braid : sinuous

149. TROUBLED: DISTRAUGHT::
A. annoyed : disillusioned
B. disturbed : interrupted
C. covetous : rapacious
D. outmoded : ostentatious
E. tranquil : placid

150.DIE : SHAPING ::
A. glue : attaching
B. anchor : sailing
C. drill : boring
D. pedal : propelling
E. ink : printing

141-150: ADEBB BCBCC

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151.FAWN : IMPERIOUSNESS ::
A. equivocate : directness
B. elaborate : originality
C. boggle : imagination
D. manipulate : repression
E. coddle : permissiveness

152. HAMMER : ANVIL ::
A. knocker : door s
B. tick : gong
C. hand : drum
D. pestle : mortar
E. gavel : lectern

153.PANEGYRIC : EULOGIZE ::
A. ballad : stigmatize
B. ode : criticize
C. lampoon : satirize
D. tirade : entertain
E. treatise : dispute

154.BLANDISHMENT : COAX ::
A. medal : honor
B. budget : save
C. diary : reminisce
D. concert : play
E. plea : threaten

155. CLOT : DISSOLVED ::
A. enthusiast : influenced
B. cartoon : distorted
C. crowd : dispersed
D. chain : disengaged
E. disciple : inspired

156. ENVELOPE : LETTER ::
A. scarf : hat
B. box : bag
C. crate : produce
D. neck : head
E. blood : heart

157.AUDACIOUS : TREPIDATION ::
A. refractory : intransigence
B. laconic : volubility
C. sordid : aspiration
D. cursory : accumulation
E. derisive : subordination

158.AUTHORITATIVENESS : PUNDITS ::
A. dedication : signatories
B. sobriety : executors
C. sensitivity : literati
D. recklessness : warriors
E. allegiance : partisans

159. CHOREOGRAPHY : DANCE ::
A. ceremony : sermon
B. agenda : advertisement
C. poetry : recitation
D. instrumentation : conductor
E. plot : story

160.APPLE : FRUIT ::
A. egg : chicken
B. rung : chair
C. wool : fabric
D. fuse : dynamite
E. wick : candle

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161.CANVAS : PAINTER ::
A. leather : shoe
B. brush : palette
C. chisel : wood
D. marble : sculptor
E. hammer : carpenter

162.TABLECLOTH : TABLE ::
A. tent : ground
B. shirt : hanger
C. window : sill
D. sheet : mattress
E. cloud : earth

163.ASSUAGE : SORROW ::
A. retaliate : antipathy
B. dampen : ardor
C. entrust : reliability
D. counsel : reluctance
E. withhold : appreciation

164. OVERDOSE: PRESCRIPTION::
A. deprivation : materialism
B. indiscretion : convention
C. affliction : sympathy
D. adventure : expedition
E. drug : medicine

165. MANSION : RESIDENCE ::
A. limousine : automobile
B. chandelier : candle
C. tuxedo : wardrobe
D. diamond : rhinestone
E. yacht : harbor

166.EVAPORATE : VAPOR ::
A. petrify : stone
B. centrifuge : liquid
C. saturate : fluid
D. corrode : acid
E. incinerate : fire

167.EXORBITANT : MODERATION ::
A. Dispassionate : equanimity
B. Macabre : interest
C. Perfidious : loyalty
D. brilliant : gullibility
E. lavish : extravagance

168. ADULT : CHILD ::
A. horse : mare
B. cat : kitten
C. swine : sow
D. human : animal
E. cow : herd

169.SCALPEL : SURGEON ::
A. laser : agronomist
B. magnet : ecologist
C. syringe : geologist
D. telescope : astronomer
E. microscope : geometrician

170.SHARD : POTTERY ::
A. flint : stone
B. flange : wheel
C. cinder : coal
D. fragment : bone
E. tare : grain

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171.GLOSSARY : TEXT ::
A. Bibliography : source
B. abstract : dissertation
C. legend : map
D. index : catalog
E. abbreviation : footnote

172.FERVOR : ZEALOT ::
A. antipathy : philanthropist
B. improvidence : spendthrift
C. concision : politician
D. determination : ecologist
E. nonchalance : acrobat

173. BOWL: RECEPTACLE::
A. painting : masterpiece
B. brick : mortar
C. tumbler : crystal
D. cart : load
E. bicycle : vehicle

174.DEMOGRAPHY : POPULATION ::
A. agronomy : farm
B. astronomy : planets
C. chemistry : heat
D. meteorology : weather
E. genetics : adaption

175.LIKEN : SIMILARITY ::
A. classify : hierarchy
B. hesitate : reluctance
C. discriminate : difference
D. argue : debate
E. vacillate : decision

176.SATIATED : FOOD ::
A. saturated : moisture
B. viscous : adhesive
C. desiccated : heat
D. turgid : strength
E. ventilated : current

177.DOLDRUMS : ENERGY ::
A. joy : euphoria
B. rehabilitation : discipline
C. hunger : thirst
D. depravity : virtue
E. grief : hope

178.CAVILER : CARPING ::
A. libertine : licentiousness
B. charlatan : plagiarism
C. busybody : jealousy
D. mentor : perspicuity
E. disciple : leadership

179.COAGULANT : THICKEN ::
A. astringent : dampen
B. solvent : dissolve
C. thinner : bind
D. bleach : seal
E. dye : dilute

180.INSECT : PESTICIDE ::
A. antiseptic : germicide
B. preservative : fungicide
C. plant : herbicide
D. blood : coagulant
E. skin : astringent

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181.NEPOTISM : RELATIVE ::
A. Cronyism: friend
B. elitism : leader
C. narcissism : self
D. recidivism : criminal
E. jingoism : patriot

182.PHILANTHROPIST : BENEFICENCE ::
A. guest : assertiveness
B. idealist : dissent
C. painter : perspective
D. comedian : humor
E. confidant : foresight

183.MARSH : SODDEN ::
A. creek : wide
B. laughter : arrhythmic
C. desert : arid
D. question : inaudible
E. fence : short

184.FEED : HUNGER ::
A. reassure : uneasiness
B. penetrate : inclusion
C. abandon : desolation
D. transfer : location
E. fertilize : growth

185.FERTILIZE : GROW ::
A. immunize : resist
B. nourish : enrich
C. heat : burn
D. graft : multiply
E. prune : dwarf

186.ORATION : HEARD ::
A. epic : revised
B. ballet : appreciated
C. poem : analyzed
D. movie : directed
E. novel : read

187.DIRECTOR : SCRIPT ::
A. politician : document
B. conductor : score
C. photographer : picture
D. choreographer : dance
E. historian : genealogy

188.ANNOYING : GADFLY ::
A. brave : underdog
B. conniving : killjoy
C. insipid : bungler
D. rude : churl
E. vicious : manipulator

189.FRIVOLOUS : GRAVITY ::
A. canny : wisdom
B. brash : discretion
C. suspicious : paranoia
D. vigorous : health
E. obscure : anonymity

190.EXAGGERATION : CARICATURE ::
A. craft : art
B. detail : sketch
C. illusion : story
D. brevity : epigram
E. sophistication : farce

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