1.She () her good health to a balanced diet and plenty of exercise.
(1.advocates 2.ascribes 3. dodges 4.expires)
2.He () his wife with a wood bat.
(1.chirped 2. alleged 3.battered 4.contaminated)
3.The change in policy ended up () many of our customers.
(1. bewildering 2. correlating 3. hitching 4.pirating)
4.She () him for years by threatening to tarnish his reputation.
(1.blackmailed 2.extinguished 3.integrated 4.inhibited)
5.There is no use in () over your mistake.
(1.gauging 2.compiling 3. brooding 4.uplifting)
6.Bill Gates is known to make a () donation every year. He is the epitome of generosity.
(1. incoherent 2. charitable 3.fragile 4.vulnerable)
7.I () to work by train in order to be environmentally friendly.
(1.afflict 2. commute 3. agonize 4.quiver)
8.The burglar didn't seem to () with the demands made by the police.
(1.humiliate 2.sanitize 3.recede 4.comply)
9.He is full of () and always boasting about himself.
(1.mockery 2. conceit 3. brink 4.correlation)
10.Kim Jong-Un is willing to do whatever it takes to () his position and absolute power.
(1.traverse 2. consolidate 3.foil 4.allocate)
11.There was a long, () line of people in front of the ticket booth.
(1.lunatic 2. abandoned 3.crooked 4.barren)
12.I like the way she () fanciful animals in her novels.
(1.depicts 2.delivering 3.degrading 4.pricking)
13.The President has () him as the next secretary of state.
(1.compared 2.inscribed 3.showcased 4.designated)
14.The designer regularly () several of the presenters at the Oscar ceremonies.
(1.resents 2.authorizes 3.refills 4.apparels)
15.They () to assassinate the President of the United States.
(1. populated 2.deprived 3.conspired 4.disposed)
16.He always has a pleasant () and is popular among girls.
(1.countenance 2. array 3.relic 4.anguish)
17.The company needs to update its () computer systems.
(1.finite 2.conflicting 3. integral 4.archaic)
18.The room was () with sunlight.
(1.reminiscent 2.luminous 3.customary 4.redundant)
19.Stop () in other people's affairs, even though you mean well.
(1.conserving 2. meddling 3. relocating 4.tempting)
20.We have been () that there will be inspectors next Monday.
(1.interchanged 2.undermined 3.resolved 4.notified)
21.I couldn't () that he was lying and fell victim to fraud.
(1.discern 2. dwindle 3.legislate 4.atone)
22.Public () with the President has been growing recently, because he failed to adress serious issues.
(1.dishonest 2.discontent 3.disguise 4.discard)
23.Doctors and nurses have authority to () medications.
(1.lament 2.dispense 3. anchor 4.affiliate)
24.She decided to block () text messages to avoid harassing messages.
(1.incoming 2. dual 3 .middling 4.susceptible)
25.The mud () to his shoes.
(1.adhered 2.remitted 3.rendered 4.simmered)
26.Rescue workers were () searching for survivors trapped in the rubble after the earthquake.
(1.mystically 2.cagily 3.blushingly 4.frantically)
27.The defense lawyer tried to () the witness's testimony by claiming that he had fabricated his story.
(1.cajole 2.impeach 3.confine 4.demolish)
28.He was () that nuclear arms should be banned.
(1.judicial 2. emphatic 3. frail 4.spontaneous)
29.The leader of the club has decided to () members who do not follow the rules.
(1.plough 2.pluck 3.expel 4.incur)
30.Some enzymes are known to () digestion.
(1.inflict 2.trudge 3.facilitate 4.syndicate)
31.Don't use such () language in public places.
(1.impeccable 2.filthy 3. precedent 4.derelict)
32.I can't fully () the government's plan because I find a major drawback in it.
(1.describe 2.bicker 3.contrive 4.endorse)
33.The wealthy couple () the museum with a large sum of money.
(1.converged 2.endowed 3.incubated 4.condoned)
34.The doctor administered a medicine to () kidney stones.
(1.mandate 2. distend 3. suspend 4.dissolve)
35.Some children are constantly () by cell phone calls and can't stay focused on their schoolwork.
(1.distracted 2.animated 3.supervised 4.binged)
36.I'm a Twitter () and don't even know how to tweet.
(1.addict 2.pervert 3. savvy 4.novice)
37.She felt () at his repeated attempts to interfere in her work.
(1.lenient 2.prudent 3.resentful 4.pungent)