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Barron’s 1100 Words You Need to Know (MCQ Test + PDF) Week 22 – Day 4

Barron's 1100 Words You Need to Know (MCQ Test + PDF) Week 22 - Day 4

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  • palliate [pal´ ē āt] 

“Reducing the testosterone would palliate the cancer, the oncologist believed, but it wouldn’t be a cure.” Dr. Mervyn Elliot, “Medicine in the News”

  • delude [di lüd´] 

“Mrs. Barrows had deluded herself that you visited her last evening and behaved in an unseemly manner.” James Thurber, “The Catbird Seat”

  • prelude [prel´ yüd] 

“Bounderby’s prelude to his main point was very well received by Mrs. Sparsit who said, ‘Very sagacious indeed, sir.’” Charles Dickens, Hard Times

  • chimerical [kə mer´ ə kəl] 

“His utopia is not a chimerical commonwealth but a practicable improvement on what already exists.” George Santayana, The Sense of Beauty

  • acknowledge [ak nol´ ij] 

“They used the Swiss routes and camp sites—which they later acknowledged— and by the end of April were established in full strength at their fifth camp.” James Ramsey Ullman, “Victory on Everest”


the Draconian Code—a very severe set of rules (Draco, an Athenian lawmaker of the 7th century B.C., prescribed the death penalty for almost every violation.)

The head counselor ran our camp according to his own Draconian Code.

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