Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 4 – Complete Sentence

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When the candidate admitted openly that he had been mistaken in some of his earlier policies, we ___ him more highly than ever.
esteem
The screening committee investigated not only the candidates themselves but also the organizations with which they were ___.
affiliated
So long as we remained indoors, we were ___ to the arctic blasts that swept down on our snowbound cabin.
invulnerable
Antibiotics were once considered wonder drugs, but we now know that they are not ___ for all our physical aliments.
panacea
I knew the dean would accept my apology when she characterized my behavior as thoughtless but ___.
venial
Her election to Congress was the ___ of a lifelong ambition.
attainment
Though I wanted to “let bygones by bygones,” I found that I could not wholly ___ the bitter memory of their behavior from my mind.
expunge
Before making our final plans, we should ___ exactly how much money we will have for expenses.
ascertain
Your ability to guess what I am thinking about at any given time is nothing short of ___.
uncanny
Because our natural resources are ___ and by no means inexhaustible, we must learn to conserve them.
finite
IN the opening scene of the horror film, a shadowy figure dressed in black ___ through the graveyard in the moonlight.
skulk
The more knowledge and wisdom people acquire, the more keenly they become aware that no one is ___.
omniscient
Is there anyone in the world as ___ as a senior who attends a mere sophomore class dance?
supercilious
Only by paying ___ attention to innumerable details were the investigators able to piece together the cause of the accident.
scrupulous
In a situation that would have left me all but helpless with embarrassment, he remained cool and ___.
nonchalant
Isn’t it remarkable how quickly a throng of sunbathers will pick up their belongings and ___ when a few drops of rain fall?
disperse
If only parents could ___ their hard-won practical wisdom and experience to their children!
bequeath
When I saw the pain he caused others and the pleasure he took in doing so, I realized he was a truly ___ person.
malevolent
Our representative offered one simple but ___ argument against the proposal: It would raise the cost of living.
cogent
As we stood on the railway tracks looking off into the distance, the rails seemed to ___ and meet at some far-off point.
converge
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