3 is wrong. The others are right.
5.On the camping trip out West some of the children were frightened they they first heard the (smug eerie) howls of coyotes at night
5.It's your job to help (pacify fray) the conquered area the general said not to add fuel to an already explosive situation
7.The victims of the disaster were so (numbed tarried) by the scope of the tragedy that they scarcely showed any emotion at all
8.When I realized how deeply I had hurt my friend with my careless insult I suffered a pang of (remorse duration)
9.I keep telling you things for your own good but you're just too (eerie headstrong) to listen
They're all right.
10.We know that we are going through a period of economic instability but there is no way of telling what its (duration remorse) will be
11.If you read no more than a(n) (inhabitant synopsis) of the plot of any one of Shakespeare's plays you will get very little idea of what it is all about
12.Each time she answered a question correctly she rewarded herself with a (smug ravenous) smile of self congratulation
13.After the way you (bungled blustered) the job arranging the class trip I can never again trust you with anything important
14.The strength of this book lies in the author's ability to describe and explain different (setbacks facets) of human experience
All are right except for 14.
15.Since it had seemed that winter would (tarry pacify) forever we were all heartily glad when it finally quit dragging its heels and departed
16.Florence's illness after she had been chosen for the leading role in the class show was a serious (setback commentary) to our plans
17.Jason Dicks wrote a Christmas Carol that starts out as a(n) (acute ravenous) miser but he undergoes a great change
18.Although I don't agree with all her ideas I must admire her unshakable (fidelity synopsis) to them
19.His (headstrong acute) analysis of the housing problem in our town gave us a clear idea of what we would have to overcome