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Barron’s 1100 Words You Need to Know (MCQ Test + PDF) Week 2 – Day 4

Barron's 1100 Words You Need to Know (MCQ Test + PDF) Week 2 - Day 4

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  • avid [av´ id] 

“CUNY will have no more avid and fierce supporter for its mission than himself.” Karen Arenson, “New Vice-Chairman of CUNY,” New York Times, 6/10/99

  • cajole [kə jōl´] 

“We had to cajole tonight’s guest to come on the program because he’s something of a hermit.” Larry King on his CNN TV program, 8/25/99

  • rudimentary [rü´ də men´ tə rē] 

“Some of them were singing, some talking, some engaged in gardening, haymaking, or other rudimentary industries.” “The Other Side of the Hedge,” E. M. Forster

  • enhance [in hans´] 

“Her breadth of experience and determination to enhance her knowledge have increased her value to Con Edison.” Con Edison Report, Producing Excellence, 1998

  • nuance [nü äns´] 

“With Minnie Driver adroitly mining each nuance of social primness, Jane is the first Disney cartoon heroine to provide her own comic relief.” Richard Corliss, “Him Tarzan, Him Great,” TIME, 6/14/99


  • to beard the lion in his den—to visit and oppose a person on his own grounds
Having decided to beard the lion, I stormed into the manager’s office to ask for a raise.

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