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Word bank acquit deem devastate discredit elusive generate idolize ingratitude keepsake mortal ovation petty plight repent reverie revocation scan strand strife topple

Instead of telling us how much you ____ your outrageous conduct why don't you sincerely try to reform?
repent?

Regardless of what you may think proper I do not ___ it necessary for someone of your age to wear an evening gown to the dance
plight?

The TV program made us keenly aware of the ____ of elderly people trying to live on Social Security payments
ovation?

  • English -

    Instead of telling us how much you >>repent<< your outrageous conduct why don't you sincerely try to reform?


    Regardless of what you may think proper I do not >>deem<< it necessary for someone of your age to wear an evening gown to the dance.

    The TV program made us keenly aware of the >>ingratitude<< of elderly people trying to live on Social Security payments

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    Tom is not a very fast runner but he is so _____ that he is extremely hard to tackle on the football field
    elusive?

    Why argue about such ____ matters when there are so many important problems to deal with
    petty?

    The rope is made of many ___ of fiber woven together
    strand?

    The defendant was warned that another speeding ticket would result in the ____ of her drivers license
    revocation?

  • English -

    Josh is right about repent and deem. Both of you are wrong about ingratitude and ovation.

    Jerald -- your last four answers, elusive, petty, strands, and revocation are correct.

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    The sudden racket produced by a noisy car radio bolted me out of my peaceful ___
    reverie?

    The famous leaning Tower of Pisa looks as though it were going to ___
    over any minute
    topple?

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    Right.

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    She richly deserved the audiences ___ for her brilliant performance
    ingratitude?

  • English -

    No.

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    ovation? it means round of applause or a public welcome

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