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Barron’s 1100 Words You Need to Know (MCQ Test + PDF) Week 15 – Day 2

Barron's 1100 Words You Need to Know (MCQ Test + PDF) Week 15 - Day 2

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  • abrogate [ab´ rə gāt] 

“I decided to abrogate the agreement since General Motors was not living up to its part of the bargain.” Paul Sawyer, Seeking Justice

  • alleged [ə lejd´] 

“I harvested the intelligence that Ricks was alleged to have laid off all that portion of the State of Florida that has been under water into town lots and sold them to innocent investors.” O’Henry, “The Man Higher Up”

  • access [ak´ ses] 

“Everything was simplified, and we were gaining access to infinity: soon the moon, SOON THE MOON!” Editorial, Le Figaro (Paris), 8/14/61

  • invalidate [în val´ ə dāt] 

“Some Reagan and Bush appointees have proved far too willing to invalidate decisions made by Congress and the Executive branch.” Cass R. Sunstein, New York Times, 6/2/99

  • preclude [pri klüd´] 

“I would be avenged; this was a point definitely settled—but the very definitiveness with which it was resolved precluded the idea of risk.” Edgar Allan Poe, “The Cask of Amontillado”


to whitewash—to conceal defects, to give a falsely virtuous appearance to something

Although a committee was appointed to investigate the corruption, many citizens felt that their report would be a whitewash of the culprits.*

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