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Boegman Vocabulary Test: Lessons 9-10

prep. quiz for lessons 9-10

Terms

undefined, object
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initiative
(n.) A beginning or an introductory step; an opening move
overture
(n.) A piece of music intended to introduce a longer work
devious
(adj.) Meant to trick; not straightforward; shifty
overt
(adj.) Open and observable; not hidden or secret
veracity
(n.) Truthfulness or accuracy; conformity to fact or truth
masquerade
(v.) To disguise oneself; to put on a false or deceptive appearance
incipient
(adj.) Beginning to exist or appear
fictitious
(adj.) False or fake; adopted or assumed in order to deceive
duplicity
(n.) Deliberate deception in behavior or speech
debut
(v.) To make a first public appearance
gullible
(adj.) Easily deceived or fooled
hypocritical
(adj.) Giving a false appearance; saying one thing, but doing another
innovation
(n.) Something newly introduced or created
broach
(v.) To bring up a subject for discussion
embark
(v.) To board a plane or ship
guile
(n.) Sly intelligence; craftiness with the intention to deceive
convene
(v.) To assemble formally; to come together officially
reputable
(adj.) Having a good reputation; well thought of; honorable or trustworthy
novice
(n.) A beginner
generate
(v.) To create; to bring into being

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