Replace the CAPS letters using a word that means the same thing.

Word bank: apparel besiege compress denounce dispatch douse expressly famished forsake gainful immense inept ingenious instantaneous irk libel misgiving oaf recede repast

Enjoyed the MEAL served to them

Had to fire the BUNGLING carpenter

Thought the article SMEARED her reputation

RESOURCEFUL use for lumber scraps

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  1. All are correct.

    I'm glad to see that you understand the word "libel" now. :-)

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    Refused to invite the LOUT

    Fashionable hand me down GARMENTS

    waiting until the crowds EBB

    QUALMS about the leading candidate

    Is CLEARLY forbidden for use by minords

    sent them a top secret COMMUNICATION

    compelled to DESERT the leaky boat


    were far too HUNGRY to wait politely

    can provide SPEEDY results at home

    chose a PROFITABLE career in advertising

    PRESSURE us with repeated phoen calls

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  4. Is this one right? The laws of this land do not shield public figures from just criticism but they do protect them against ___

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  5. Right! :-)

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