analogies

skill is to prowess
consternation;fear orbit;planet

fire;smoke journey;destination

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  1. Definition of prowess:

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/prowess

    Which of your choices has the same relationship to consternation? If you post your answer, someone will be glad to check it for you.

  2. consternation;fear

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    posted by wesley
  3. Right! :-)

  4. skill: prowess consternation:fear

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    posted by Colleen

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