posted by Jerald .
Imagine his (plight,ingratitude) penniless unemployed and with large family to support
After so many years of (strife strand) in business politics and the family he wants only to retire to the peace and quiet of his ranch.
I knew that she was wrapped up i herself but I never dreamed that even she could be guilty of such (revocation ingratitude)
We should respect our national leaders but we should not (idolize discredit) them and assume that they can do no wrong
Half are right.
Is the first one plight?
Is the 3rd one ingratitude
Yes for both questions.
For the 3rd sentence what does it mean to be "wrapped up in herself"
It means that she only considered herself. She didn't pay any attention to what anyone else wanted.
A special edition of poems by the noted writer was presented as a (keepsake strife) to all who attended her 80th birthday party
What an (ovation reverie) he received when he trotted back to the bench after scoring the winning touchdown
In my composition I tried to give a definition of "humor" but I found the idea too (petty elusive) to pin down
In Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream which character speaks the line "Lord,what fools these (mortals keepsakes) be
All are correct! :-)
Many diseases that have disappeared in the U.S. continue to (devastate idolize) countries in other parts of the world
Since you are the only one of us who has had experience with this king of problem we shall do whatever you (deem scan) necessary
Our business is barely managing to pay its bills one bad break will be enough to (acquit topple) it into bankruptcy
Yes! All are right.
Are we going to allow (elusive petty) quarrels to destroy a friendship that has been built up for so many years?
We will never allow vicious rumors to (deem generate) racial hatred in our school
At times we all enjoy a(n) (ovation reverie) about what might have been but before long we must return to the way things are
All are right again!
fhuck you mrss suuu
Once order had been restored, the leaders of the opposition called for the (revocation, keepsake ) of martial law.