Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Answers Key

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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Answers Key

Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 1 Answers

Q. adage
Ans: (n.) a proverb, wise saying SYNONYMS: maxim, aphorism

Q. bonanza
Ans: (n.) a rich mass of ore in a mine; something very valuable, profitable, or rewarding; a source of wealth or prosperity; a very large amount; sudden profit or gain SYNONYMS: windfall

Q. churlish
Ans: (adj.) lacking politeness or good manners; lacking sensitivity; difficult to work with or deal with; rude SYNONYMS: surly, ill-tempered ANTONYMS: courteous, civil, well-mannered

Q. citadel
Ans: (n.) a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strong or commanding place SYNONYMS: fort, stronghold, bulwark, bastion

Q. collaborate
Ans: (v.) to work with, work together SYNONYMS: team up, join forces ANTONYMS: work alone

Q. decree
Ans: (n.) an order having the force of law; (v.) to issue such an order; to command firmly or forcefully SYNONYMS: (n.) proclamation, edict; (v.) proclaim

Q. discordant
Ans: (adj.) disagreeable in sound, jarring; lacking in harmony SYNONYMS: grating, shrill, different, divergent, conflicting ANTONYMS: harmonious, in agreement

Q. evolve
Ans: (v.) to develop gradually; to rise to a higher level SYNONYMS: unfold, emerge ANTONYMS: wither, atrophy

Q. excerpt
Ans: (n.) a passage taken from a book, article, etc.; (v.) to take such a passage; to quote SYNONYMS: (n.) portion, section, extract

Q. grope
Ans: (v.) to feel about hesitantly with the hands; to search blindly and uncertainly SYNONYMS: fumble for, cast about for

Q. hover
Ans: (v.) to float or hang suspended over; to move back and forth uncertainly over or around SYNONYMS: linger, waver, seesaw ANTONYMS: soar

Q. jostle
Ans: (v.) to make or force one’s way by pushing or elbowing; to bump, brush against; to compete for SYNONYMS: push

Q. laggard
Ans: (n.) a person who moves slowly or falls behind; (adj.) falling behind; slow to move, act, or respond SYNONYMS: (n.) slowpoke, straggler; (adj.) sluggish ANTONYMS: (n.) early bird; (adj.) swift, speedy, prompt

Q. plaudits
Ans: (n. pl.) applause; enthusiastic praise or approval SYNONYMS: cheers, acclaim ANTONYMS: boos, disapproval, ridicule

Q. preclude
Ans: (v.) to make impossible, prevent, shut out SYNONYMS: hinder, check, stop ANTONYMS: help, promote, facilitate

Q. revert
Ans: (v.) to return, go back SYNONYMS: relapse, regress ANTONYMS: progress, advance

Q. rubble
Ans: (n.) broken stone or bricks; ruins SYNONYMS: wreckage

Q. servile
Ans: (adj.) of or relating to a slave; behaving like or suitable for a slave or a servant, menial; lacking spirit or independence, abjectly submissive SYNONYMS: slavish, groveling ANTONYMS: masterly, overbearing

Q. vigil
Ans: (n.) a watch, especially at night; any period of watchful attention

Q. wrangle
Ans: (v.) to quarrel or argue in a noisy, angry way; to obtain by argument; to herd; (n.) a noisy quarrel SYNONYMS: (v.) to squabble, bicker ANTONYMS: (v.) to agree, concur


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 2 Answers

Q. antics
Ans: ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions

Q. avowed
Ans: declared openly and without shame, acknowledged

Q. banter
Ans: to exchange playful remarks, tease; (n.) talk that is playful and teasing

Q. bountiful
Ans: giving freely, generous; plentiful, given abundantly

Q. congested
Ans: overcrowded, filled or occupied to excess

Q. detriment
1. harm or loss;
2. injury, damage;
3. a disadvantage;
4. a cause of harm, injury, loss, or damage

Q. durable
1. sturdy, not easily worn out or destroyed; lasting for a long time
2. consumer goods used repeatedly over a series of years

Q. enterprising
1. energetic, willing and able to start something new;
2. showing boldness and imagination

Q. frugal
1. economical, avoiding waste and luxury;
2. scanty, poor, meager

Q. gingerly
Ans: with extreme care or caution

Q. glut
1. to provide more than is needed or wanted;
2. to feed or fill to the point of overstuffing;
3. an oversupply

Q. incognito
1. in a disguised state, under an assumed name or identity;
2. the state of being disguised; a person in disguise

Q. invalidate
Ans: to make valueless, take away all force or effect

Q. legendary
1. described in well-known stories;
2. existing in old stories (legends) rather than in real life

Q. maim
Ans: to cripple, disable, injure, mar, disfigure, mutilate

Q. minimize
1. to make as small as possible, make the least of;
2. to make smaller than before

Q. oblique
1. slanting or sloping;
2. not straightforward or direct

Q. veer
Ans: to change direction or course suddenly, turn aside, shift, swerve

Q. venerate
Ans: to regard with reverence, look up to with great respect

Q. wanton
1. reckless; heartless, unjustifiable; loose in morals
2. a spoiled, pampered person; one with low morals


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 3 Answers

Q. allot
Ans: (v.) to assign or distribute in shares or portions

Q. amass
Ans: (v.) to bring together, collect, gather, especially for oneself; to come together, assemble

Q. audacious
Ans: (adj.) bold, adventurous, recklessly daring

Q. comply
Ans: (v.) to yield to a request or command

Q. devoid
Ans: (adj.) not having or using, lacking

Q. elite
Ans: (n.) the choice part of a group of people or things; (adj.) superior

Q. grapple
Ans: (n.) an iron hook used to grab and hold; (v.) to come to grips with, wrestle or fight with

Q. incapacitate
Ans: (v.) to deprive of strength or ability; to make legally ineligible

Q. instigate
Ans: (v.) to urge on; to stir up, provoke, start, incite

Q. longevity
Ans: (n.) long life, long duration, length of life

Q. myriad
Ans: (adj.) in very great numbers; (n.) a very great number

Q. perspective
Ans: (n.) a point of view or general standpoint from which different things are viewed, physically or mentally; the appearance to the eye of various objects at a given time, place, or distance

Q. perturb
Ans: (v.) to trouble, make uneasy; to disturb greatly; to throw into confusion

Q. prodigious
Ans: (adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree

Q. relevant
Ans: (adj.) connected with or related to the matter at hand

Q. skittish
Ans: (adj.) extremely nervous and easily frightened; shy or timid; extremely cautious; unstable, undependable

Q. tether
Ans: (n.) a rope or chain used to fasten something to a fixed object; the outer limit of strength or resources; (v.) to fasten with a rope or chain

Q. unison
Ans: (v.) a sounding together; agreement or accord

Q. vie
Ans: (v.) to compete; to strive for victory or superiority

Q. willful
Ans: (adj.) stubbornly self-willed; done on purpose, deliberate


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 4 Answers

Q. annul
(v.) to reduce to nothing; to make ineffective or inoperative; to declare legally invalid or void
synonyms: cancel, abolish, invalidate, nullify
antonyms: validate, authorize, ratify

Q. blasé
(adj.) indifferent, bored as a result of having enjoyed many pleasures; apathetic
antonyms: enthusiastic, passionate, fervent

Q. bolster
(v.) to support, give a boost to; (n.) a long pillow or cushion; a supporting post
synonyms: (v.) reinforce, buttress, validate
antonyms: (v.) undermine, weaken, impair

Q. deplore
(v.) to feel or express regret or disapproval
synonyms: lament, bemoan, bewail
antonyms: approve, commend, extol

Q. frivolous
(adj.) of little importance, not worthy of serious attention; not meant seriously
synonyms: silly, foolish, inane, petty
antonyms: serious, important, significant

Q. muster
Ans: (v.) to bring together for service or battle; to gather or summon, to amount to, comprise, include; (n.) a list of military personnel; a gathering, accumulation

Q. nonentity
(n.) a person or thing of no importance
synonyms: nobody
antonyms: celebrity

Q. obsess
(v.) to trouble, haunt or fill the mind
synonyms: preoccupy

Q. ornate
(adj.) elaborately decorated; showily splendid
synonyms: fancy, flashy, flamboyant
antonyms: plain, stark, austere

Q. oust
(v.) to remove, drive out of a position or place
synonyms: expel, eject
antonyms: admit, welcome

Q. peruse
(v.) to read thoroughly and carefully
synonyms: study, pore over, scrutinize

Q. porous
(adj.) full of tiny holes; able to be penetrated by air or water
synonyms: leaky, permeable
antonyms: airtight, impermeable

Q. promontory
(n.) a high point of land extending into water
synonyms: cliff, outcrop, jetty

Q. prone
(adj.) lying face down: inclined, likely
synonyms: prostrate, liable
antonyms: standing upright, unlikely

Q. qualm
(n.) a pang of conscience, uneasiness, misgiving, or doubt; a feeling of faintness or nausea
synonyms: regret, second thought, scruple

Q. recourse
(n.) a person or thing turned to for help or advice; the act of seeking help or protection
synonyms: redress, remedy

Q. residue
(n.) a remainder, that which remains when a part has been used up or removed
synonyms: remnant, remains, leavings

Q. solicitous
(adj.) showing concern or care; fearful or anxious about someone or something
synonyms: concerned
antonyms: unconcerned, indifferent, apathetic

Q. staid
(adj.) serious and dignified; quiet or subdued in character or conduct
synonyms: sedate, sober, prim
antonyms: gaudy, jaunty, unconventional

Q. sustain
(v.) to support, nourish, keep up; to suffer, undergo, to bear up under, withstand; to affirm the validity of
synonyms: foster, uphold


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 5 Answers

Q. addendum
(n.) a thing that is added; an appendix or addition to a book or written document
syn: attachment, rider, extension

Q. aghast
(adj.) filled with amazement, disgust, fear, or terror
syn: shocked, horrified, stupefied
ant: delighted, overjoyed, unmoved

Q. ample
(adj.) more than enough, large, spacious
syn: sufficient, adequate, considerable
ant: insufficient, inadequate

Q. apparition
(n.) a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexpected or unusual appearance
syn: phantom, specter

Q. assert
(v.) to declare or state as truth, maintain or defend, put forward forcefully
syn: affirm, vow

Q. cower
(v.) to crouch or shrink away in fear or shame
syn: wince, flinch
ant: stand up to

Q. disdain
(v.) to look upon with scorn; to refuse scornfully; (n.) a feeling of contempt
syn: (v.) spurn, reject
ant: (v.) revere, venerate, esteem, respect

Q. epitaph
(n.) a brief statement written on a tomb or gravestone
syn: tombstone inscription

Q. ethical
(adj.) having to do with morals, values, right and wrong; in accordance with standards of right conduct; requiring a prescription for purchase
syn: upright, virtuous, honorable
ant: immoral, unscrupulous, dishonest

Q. facetious
(adj.) humorous, not meant seriously
syn: comical, witty, tongue-in-cheek
ant: serious, humorous

Q. inaudible
(adj.) not able to be heard
syn: faint, indistinct
ant: audible, perceptible

Q. indiscriminate
(adj.) without restraint or control; unselective
syn: haphazard, random, uncritical
ant: selective, discriminating, judicious

Q. intrigue
(n.) crafty dealings, underhanded plotting; (v.) to form and carry out plots; to puzzle or excite the curiosity
syn: (n.) scheme, plot, conspiracy
ant: (n.) fair play

Q. jurisdiction
(n.) an area of authority or control; the right to administer justice
syn: purview, supervision

Q. plausible
(adj.) appearing true, reasonable, or fair
syn: believable, probable
ant: improbable, unbelievable, unlikely

Q. plebeian
(adj.) common, vulgar, belonging to the lower class; (n.) a common person, member of the lower class
syn: (adj.) lowborn, proletarian, coarse, unrefined
ant: (adj.) aristocratic, refined, cultivated

Q. prodigal
(adj.) wastefully extravagant; lavishly or generously abundant; (n.) one who is wasteful and self-indulgent
syn: (adj.) improvident; (n.) spendthrift, wastrel
ant: (adj.) frugal, economical, stingy, miserly

Q. pulverize
(v.) to grind or pound to a powder or dust; to destroy or overcome (as though by smashing into fragments
syn: compress, demolish

Q. volatile
(adj.) highly changeable, fickle; tending to become violent or explosive; changing readily from the liquid to the gaseous state
syn: unstable, erratic
ant: stable, steady, static, inert, dormant

Q. proximity
(n.) nearness, closeness
ant: distance, remoteness


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 6 Answers

Q. abashed
Ans: (participle adj.) embarrassed, ashamed, or nonplussed

Q. aloof
Ans: (adj.) withdrawn, standing apart from others by choice

Q. anguish
(n.) great mental suffering, distress, or pain
(v.) to cause deep pain or sorrow

Q. articulate
(v.) to pronounce distinctly; to express well in words; to fit together into a system
(adj.) able to use language effectively; expressed clearly and forcefully

Q. bask
Ans: (v.) to be in, or expose oneself to, pleasant warmth; to take pleasure in or derive enjoyment from

Q. defect
(n.) an imperfection, flaw, or blemish of some kind
(v.) to desert a cause or organization

Q. finesse
(n.) delicate skill; tact and cleverness
(v.) to accomplish something by cleverness, good judgment, or skillful evasion

Q. flaunt
Ans: (v.) to wave or flutter showily; to display in a conceited, offensive way

Q. forthright
Ans: (adj.) frank, direct, straightforward

Q. genial
Ans: (adj.) cordial, pleasantly cheerful or warm

Q. instill
Ans: (v.) to add gradually; to introduce or cause to be taken in

Q. ostracize
Ans: (v.) to exclude from a group, banish, send away

Q. premonition
Ans: (n.) forewarning or foreboding of a future event

Q. pseudonym
Ans: (n.) a pen name, name assumed by a writer

Q. purge
(v.) to wash away impurities, clean up
(n.) the process of getting rid of something or someone decisively

Q. rehabilitate
Ans: (v.) to make over in good form; to restore to good condition or to a former position

Q. repercussion
Ans: (n.) an effect or consequence of some action or event, result; an echo or reverberation

Q. resolute
Ans: (adj.) bold, determined; firm

Q. retentive
Ans: (adj.) able to hold, keep, or recall; retaining knowledge easily

Q. scapegoat
Ans: (n.) a person or thing carrying the blame for others

Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 7 Answers

Q. acme
Ans: (n.) the highest point

Q. attribute
Ans: (n.) a quality or characteristic belonging to or associated with someone or something; (v.) to assign to, credit with; to regard as caused by or resulting from

Q. belittle
Ans: (v.) to make something appear smaller than it is; to refer to in a way that suggests lack of importance or value

Q. convey
Ans: (v.) to transport; to transmit; to communicate, make known; to transfer ownership or title to

Q. doctrine
Ans: (n.) a belief, principle, or teaching; a system of such beliefs or principles; a formulation of such beliefs or principles

Q. excise
(v.) to remove by cutting;
(n.) an indirect tax on the manufacture, sale, or distribution of a commodity or service

Q. exotic
Ans: (adj.) foreign; charmingly unfamiliar or strikingly unusual

Q. haggard
Ans: (adj.) thin, pale, and careworn as a result of worry or suffering; wild-looking

Q. jaunty
Ans: (adj.) lively, easy, and carefree in manner; smart or trim in appearance

Q. juncture
Ans: (n.) a joining together; the point at which two things are joined; any important point in time

Q. menial
(adj.) lowly, humble, lacking importance or dignity;
(n.) a person who does the humble and unpleasant tasks

Q. parry
(v.) to ward of, fend off, deflect, evade, avoid;
(n.) a defensive movement in fencing and other sports

Q. predatory
Ans: (adj.) preying on, plundering, or piratical

Q. ravage
(v.) to destroy, lay waste, ruin;
(n.) ruinous damage, destruction

Q. stance
Ans: (n.) a way of holding the body; an attitude or position on an issue

Q. tawdry
Ans: (adj.) showy and flashy but lacking in good taste

Q. turncoat
Ans: (n.) a person who switches to an opposing side or party

Q. unassuming
Ans: (adj.) not putting on airs, unpretentious; modest

Q. wallow
(v.) to roll about in a lazy, clumsy, or helpless way; to overindulge in; to have in abundance;
(n.) a wet, muddy, or dusty area used by animals as a sort of bath; a state of moral or physical collapse

Q. waver
(v.) to move to and fro, become unsteady; to show lack of firmness or decision


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 8 Answers

Q. abut
(v.) to join at one end or be next to; to support, prop up
SYNONYMS: border on, bolster

Q. attire
(n.) clothes, apparel, garb;
(v.) to dress, adorn, or bedeck
SYNONYMS: (n.) clothing

Q. avail
(v.) to be of use or benefit to; to make use of; to take advantage of; to profit or benefit;
(n.) use, benefit, or value

Q. crony
(n.) a very close friend, chum, buddy
ANTONYMS: adversary, rival

Q. cryptic
(adj.) puzzling, mystifying, or enigmatic
ANTONYMS: crystal clear, unambiguous

Q. divergent
(adj.) going in different directions; different from each other; departing from convention, deviant
SYNONYMS: not in agreement, differing, unorthodox, unconventional
ANTONYMS: merging, intersecting, converging, orthodox, conventional

Q. enmity
(n.) hatred, ill-will
SYNONYMS: hostility, animosity
ANTONYMS: friendship, amity

Q. fervent
(adj.) very earnest, emotional, passionate; extremely hot
SYNONYMS: enthusiastic, burning, blazing, scorching
ANTONYMS: blasé, apathetic, restrained, emotionless

Q. gaunt
(adj.) thin and bony, starved looking; bare, barren
SYNONYMS: lean, lanky, all skin and bones
ANTONYMS: plump, stout, corpulent

Q. infiltrate
(v.) to pass through or gain entrance to gradually or stealthily
SYNONYMS: slip into, creep into, penetrate

Q. nullify
(v.) to make of no value or consequence, cancel, wipe out
SYNONYMS: invalidate, annul
ANTONYMS: confirm, endorse, ratify, sanction

Q. perceptible
(adj.) capable of being grasped by the senses or mind
SYNONYMS: noticeable, discernible, observable
ANTONYMS: invisible, unnoticeable, indiscernible

Q. plummet
(v.) to plunge straight down; (n.) a weight fastened to a line
SYNONYMS: (v.) take a nosedive
ANTONYMS: (v.) soar, skyrocket

Q. proclaim
(v.) to declare publicly or officially
SYNONYMS: announce, promulgate
ANTONYMS: conceal, cover up

Q. proxy
(n.) an agent, substitute; a written permission allowing one person to act in another’s place
SYNONYMS: deputy

Q. rankle
(v.) to cause anger, irritation, or bitterness (with the suggestion that the pain grows worse in time)
SYNONYMS: irritate, vex, nettle, irk
ANTONYMS: please, gratify

Q. scavenger
(n.) a person who collect or removes usable items from waste materials; an animal that feeds on refuse or dead bodies
SYNONYMS: rummager

Q. stint
(v.) to limit, be sparing or frugal; (n.) a limit or restriction; a fixed share of work or duty; a period of activity
SYNONYMS: (v.) restrict, scrimp, economize
ANTONYMS: (v.) splurge, squander, lavish

Q. stoical
(adj.) self-controlled, not showing feeling in response to pleasure or pain
SYNONYMS: unresponsive, impassive
ANTONYMS: excitable, emotional, hotheaded

Q. unflagging
(adj.) tireless, continuing with vigor
SYNONYMS: steady, undiminished, unremitting
ANTONYMS: diminishing, drooping, sagging


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 9 Answers

Q. apt
(adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn
SYNONYMS: appropriate, fit, liable
ANTONYMS: inappropriate, slow

Q. awry
(adj., adv.) in a turned or twisted position or direction; wrong, out of the right or hoped-for course
SYNONYMS: (adj.) crooked, askew, amiss
ANTONYMS: (adj.) straight, symmetrical

Q. bludgeon
(n.) a short club used as a weapon;
(v.) to strike with a heavy club; to use force or strong arguments to gain some point
SYNONYMS: (n.) cudgel; (v.) clobber, clout

Q. capitulate
(v.) to end resistance, give up, throw in the towel
ANTONYMS: hold out, persist

Q. chafe
(v.) to warm by rubbing; to wear sore by rubbing; to feel annoyance or dissatisfaction, annoy, irk; to strain or press against;
(n.) a sore or injury caused by rubbing
SYNONYMS: (v.) irritate, scrape, abrade
ANTONYMS: (v.) soothe, mollify, please, elate

Q. defile
(v., trans.) to make unclean or dirty, destroy the purity of; to march in a single line or in columns;
(n.) a narrow passage; gorge, canyon
SYNONYMS: pollute, contaminate
ANTONYMS: cleanse, purify

Q. dire
(adj.) dreadful, causing fear or suffering; warning of trouble to come; demanding immediate action to avoid disaster
SYNONYMS: disastrous, ominous, sinister, urgent
ANTONYMS: favorable, auspicious, beneficial

Q. disarming
(adj.) charming, tending to soften unfriendliness or suspicion
SYNONYMS: endearing, winning
ANTONYMS: alarming, troubling, disquieting

Q. disgruntled
(adj., part) in bad humor, discontented, annoyed
SYNONYMS: displease, grumpy, surly
ANTONYMS: pleased, satisfied, content

Q. encroach
(v.) to advance beyond the usual or proper limits, trespass
SYNONYMS: intrude, infringe

Q. endow
(v.) to furnish, equip, provide with funds or some other desirable thing or quality
SYNONYMS: grant, bestow, present, bequeath
ANTONYMS: take away, deprive

Q. fend
(v.) to ward off, resist; to get along, manage
SYNONYMS: stave off, cope

Q. impunity
(n.) freedom from punishment
SYNONYMS: exemption from penalty, immunity

Q. mien
(n.) air, manner; appearance; expression
SYNONYMS: look, bearing

Q. penal
(adj.) having to do with punishment
SYNONYMS: disciplinary

Q. pertinent
(adj.) relating to the matter at hand, to the point
SYNONYMS: germane, apropos
ANTONYMS: unrelated, irrelevant, immaterial

Q. predominant
(adj.) the greatest in strength or power; most common
SYNONYMS: chief, major, paramount, prevalent

Q. prodigy
(n.) something wonderful or marvelous; an unusual feat; a child or young person with extraordinary ability or talent
SYNONYMS: marvel, wonder, genius
ANTONYMS: dumbbell, dunce, dullard

Q. recluse
(n.) a person who leads a life shut up or withdrawn from the world
SYNONYMS: hermit

Q. renown
(n.) fame, glory
SYNONYMS: reputation, celebrity, prestige
ANTONYMS: obscurity, infamy, notoriety


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 10 Answers

Q. accord
Ans: (n.) agreement, harmony; (v.) to agree, be in harmony or bring into harmony; to grant, bestow on

Q. barter
Ans: (n.) an exchange in trade; (v.) to exchange goods

Q. curt
Ans: (adj.) short, rudely brief

Q. devise
Ans: (v.) to think out, plan, figure out, invent, create

Q. dexterous
Ans: (adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever

Q. engross
Ans: (v.) to occupy the complete attention, absorb fully

Q. entail
Ans: (v.) to put a burden on, impose, require, involve; to restrict ownership of property by limiting inheritance; (n.) such a restriction

Q. ferret
Ans: (n.) a kind of weasel; (v.) to search or hunt out; to torment, badger

Q. habituate
Ans: (v.) to become used to; to cause to become used to

Q. impending
Ans: (adj., part.) about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way

Q. personable
Ans: (adj.) pleasing in appearance or personality, attractive

Q. rue
Ans: (v.) to regret, be sorry for; (n.) a feeling of regret

Q. scoff
Ans: (v.) to make fun of; to show contempt for

Q. transition
Ans: (n.) a change from one state or condition to another

Q. trepidation
Ans: (n.) fear, fright, trembling

Q. upbraid
Ans: (v.) to blame, scold, find fault with

Q. veritable
Ans: (adj.) actual, true, real

Q. vex
Ans: (v.) to annoy, anger, exasperate; to confuse, battle

Q. vitality
Ans: (n.) strength, energy, liveliness; the capacity to live and develop; the power to endure or survive

Q. whimsical
Ans: (adj.) subject to odd ideas, notions, or fancies; playful, unpredictable


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 11 Answers

Q. appease
(v.) to make calm, soothe; to relieve, satisfy; to yield to
syn: pacify, mollify, propitiate
ant: enrage, provoke, irritate

Q. belated
(adj.) late, tardy
syn: behind schedule
ant: early, ahead of time

Q. calamitous
(adj.) causing great misfortune
syn: disastrous, catastrophic, ruinous, fatal
ant: fortunate, beneficial, salutary

Q. cite
(v.) to quote; to mention; to summon to appear in court; to commend, recommend
syn: refer to, enumerate, subpoena
ant: ignore, disregard

Q. conventional
(adj.) in line with accepted ideas or standards; trite
syn: ordinary, commonplace, orthodox
ant: outlandish, bizarre, unorthodox

Q. decoy
(v.) to lure into a trap; (n.) a person or thing used to lure into a trap
syn: (v.) entice, entrap; (n.) attraction, bait

Q. delve
(v.) to dig; to search deeply and thoroughly into
syn: probe, investigate

Q. ensue
(v.) to follow in order, come immediately after, and as a result
syn: result
ant: precede, come before

Q. gallantry
(n.) heroic courage; respect and courtesy; an act or statement marked by a high level of courtesy
syn: bravery, chivalry, daring
ant: cowardice, boorishness

Q. impart
(v.) to make known, tell; to give, pass something on
syn: transmit, bestow, grant
ant: withhold, keep back, conceal

Q. judicious
(adj.) using or showing good judgment, wise, sensible
syn: thoughtful, prudent, shrewd, astute
ant: foolish, thoughtless, ill-considered

Q. mediate
(v.) to bring about an agreement between persons or groups, act as a go-between;
(adj.) occupying a middle position; indirect, acting through an intermediary
syn: (v.) arbitrate, umpire, referee

Q. milieu
Ans: (n.) the setting, surroundings, environment

Q. outlandish
(adj.) strange, freakish, weird, foreign-looking; out-of-the-way, geographically remote; exceeding reasonable limits
syn: bizarre, odd, unorthodox, unconventional
ant: conventional, orthodox, staid, sober

Q. overbearing
(adj.) domineering, haughty, bullying; overpowering, predominant
syn: high-handed, overriding
ant: meek, unassuming, self-effacing

Q. pert
(adj.) high-spirited; lively; bold, saucy; jaunty
syn: vivacious, impudent, fresh
ant: sullen, gloomy, peevish

Q. quirk
(n.) a peculiar way of acting; a sudden twist or turn
syn: peculiarity, oddity, eccentricity

Q. regale
(v.) to feast, entertain agreeably
syn: divert

Q. shiftless
(adj.) lazy, lacking in ambition and energy; inefficient
syn: careless, sloppy
ant: hardworking, ambitious

Q. taint
(n.) a stain or spot; a mark or corruption or dishonor;
(v.) to stain or contaminate
syn: (n.) blot; (v.) soil, tarnished, pollute
ant: (v.) decontaminate, cleanse


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 12 Answers

Q. Abdicate
(v.) to resign, formally give up an office or a duty; to disown, discard
Synonyms: relinquish, renounce
Antonyms: retain

Q. Bestow
(v.) to give as a gift; to provide with lodgings
Synonyms: confer, lodge, put up
Antonyms: receive, take, take back, take away

Q. Capacious
(adj.) able to hold much
Synonyms: spacious, commodious
Antonyms: cramped, confined, restricted, narrow

Q. Caustic
(adj.) able to burn or eat away by chemical action; biting, sarcastic
Synonyms: burning, corrosive, sharp
Antonyms: bland, mild, sugary, saccharine

Q. Crusade
(n.) a strong movement to advance a cause or idea;
(v.) to campaign, work vigorously
Synonyms: (n.) campaign, organized movement

Q. Deface
(v.) to injure or destroy the surface or appearance of; to damage the value, influence, or effect of; to face down, outshine
Synonyms: mar, disfigure
Antonyms: repair, restore, renovate, recondition

Q. Embargo
(n.) an order forbidding the trade on or movement of commercial goods; any restraint or hindrance;
(v.) to forbid to enter or leave port; to forbid trade with
Synonyms: (n.) stoppage, boycott

Q. Fallacy
(n.) a false notion or belief; an error in thinking
Synonyms: misconception
Antonyms: sound reasoning, logic

Q. Levity
(n.) lack of seriousness or earnestness, especially about things that should be treated with respect; buoyancy, lightness in weight
Synonyms: giddiness, flippancy, frivolity, fickleness
Antonyms: humorlessness, solemnity

Q. Mendicant
(n.) beggar;
(adj.) depending on begging for a living
Synonym: (n.) panhandler
Antonyms: (n.)millionaire, philanthropist

Q. Nauseate
(v.) to make sick to the stomach; to fill with disgust
Synonyms: sicken, disgust
Antonyms: delight, tickle pink

Q. Negate
(v.) to nullify, deny, bring to nothing
Synonyms: invalidate, annul
Antonyms: aver, corroborate, buttress

Q. Pivotal
(adj.) vitally important, essential
Synonyms: crucial, critical, decisive, seminal
Antonyms: unimportant, insignificant

Q. Recipient
(n.) one who receives;
(adj.) receiving; able or willing to receive
Synonyms: (n.) receiver, beneficiary
Antonyms: (n.) donor, benefactor, contributer

Q. Ruse
(n.) an action designed to confuse or mislead, a trick
Synonyms: stratagem, subterfuge, dodge

Q. Teem
(v.) to become filled to overflowing; to be present in large quantities
Synonyms: abound, swarm, overflow
Antonyms: lack, be wanting

Q. Tenet
(n.) an opinion, belief, or principle held to be true
Synonyms: doctrine, precept

Q. Tractable
(adj.) easily managed, easy to deal with; easily wrought, malleable
Synonyms: submissive, docile, yielding, amenable
Antonyms: unruly, obstreperous, refactory

Q. Ungainly
(adj.) clumsy, awkward; unwieldy
Synonyms: graceless
Antonyms: nimble, agile, supple, graceful

Q. Voracious
(adj.) having a huge appetite, greedy, ravenous; excessively eager
Synonyms: gluttonous, insatiable, avid
Antonyms: indifferent, apathetic


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 13 Answers

Q. adapt
Ans: (v) to adjust or change

Q. attest
Ans: (v) to bear witness

Q. dovetail
(v) to fit together exactly;
(n) a carpentry figure resembling a dove’s tail

Q. enormity
Ans: (n) the quality of exceeding all moral bounds; an exceedingly evil act; huge size, immensity

Q. falter
Ans: (v) to hesitate

Q. foreboding
(n) a warning or feeling that something bad will happen;
(adj) marked by fear, ominous

Q. forlorn
Ans: (adj) sad and lonely

Q. haughty
Ans: (adj) chillingly proud and scornful

Q. impediment
Ans: (n) a physical defect; a hindrance, obstacle

Q. imperative
(adj) urgent;
(n) a form of a verb expressing a command; that which is necessary or required

Q. loiter
(v) to linger in an aimless way, hang around, dawdle, tarry
ant – hurry along

Q. malinger
Ans: (v) to pretend to be ill or injured in order to avoid duty or work

Q. pithy
Ans: (adj) short but full of meaning

Q. plunder
(v) to rob by force, especially during wartime; to seize wrongfully;
(n) property stolen by force

Q. simper
(v.) to smile or speak in a silly, forced way;
(n) a silly, forced smile

Q. steadfast
Ans: (adj) firmly fixed; constant, not moving or changing

Q. vaunted
Ans: (adj) much boasted about in a vain or swaggering way

Q. vilify
Ans: (v) to abuse or belittle unjustly or maliciously

Q. waif
Ans: (n) a person (usually a child) without a home or friend; a stray person or animal; something that comes along by chance, a stray bit

Q. wry
Ans: (adj) twisted, turned to one side; cleverly and often grimly humorous


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 14 Answers

Q. amplify
(v.) to make stronger, larger, greater, louder, or the like
SYNONYMS: increase, augment, fill out, supplement
ANTONYMS: lessen, diminish, abbreviate, shorten

Q. armistice
(n.) a temporary peace, halt in fighting
SYNONYMS: cease-fire

Q. arrogant
(adj.) haughty, too convinced of one’s own importance
SYNONYMS: high-handed, overbearing, presumptuous
ANTONYMS: meek, humble, modest, unassuming

Q. bland
(adj.) gently, soothing, mild; lacking interest or taste
SYNONYMS: dull, insipid
ANTONYMS: harsh, irritating, pungent, spicy, piquant

Q. disclaim
(v.) to deny interest in or connection with; to give up all claim to
SYNONYMS: disavow, repudiate
ANTONYMS: admit, avow, confess

Q. epoch
Ans: (n). a distinct period of time, age

Q. estrange
(v.) to drift apart or become unfriendly; to cause such a separation; to remove or keep at a distance
SYNONYMS: part company, alienate
ANTONYMS: bring together, reunite, reconcile

Q. gratify
(v.) to please, satisfy; to indulge or humor
SYNONYMS: delight
ANTONYMS: disappoint, dissatisfy, frustrate, thwart

Q. infinite
(adj.) exceedingly great, inexhaustible, without limit, endless; (n., preceded by “the”) an incalculable number, the concept of infinity; (cap. “I”) a name for God
SYNONYMS: (adj.) unlimited, boundless
ANTONYMS: (adj.) limited, restricted, measurable

Q. irascible
(adj.) easily made angry, hot-tempered
SYNONYMS: irritable, quarrelsome, cantankerous
ANTONYMS: even-tempered

Q. kindred
(n.) a person’s relative’s; a family relationship;
(adj.) related by blood; like, similar
SYNONYMS: (n.) kin, relations
ANTONYMS: (adj.) unlike, dissimilar, contrasting

Q. naive
(adj.) innocent, unsophisticated, showing lack of worldly knowledge and experience
SYNONYMS: green, wet behind the ears
ANTONYMS: sophisticated, knowing, urbane, suave, blasé

Q. niche
(n.) a decorative recess in a wall; a suitable place or position for a person or thing
SYNONYMS: nook, alcove

Q. obliterate
(v.) to blot out completely, destroy utterly
SYNONYMS: wipe out, erase, efface
ANTONYMS: foster, promote, create

Q. ramshackle
(adj.) appearing ready to collapse, loose and shaky
SYNONYMS: rickety, unsteady, run-down, dilapidated
ANTONYMS: well built, well maintained, shipshape, trim

Q. ransack
(v.) to search or examine thoroughly; to rob, plunder
SYNONYMS: rummage, scour
ANTONYMS: spot-check

Q. rote
(n.) unthinking routine or repetition, a fixed or mechanical way of doing something;
(adj.) based on a mechanical routine

Q. solvent
(adj.) able to meet one’s financial obligations; having the power to dissolve other substances;
(n.) a liquid used to dissolve other substances; something that solves, explains, eliminates, or softens
SYNONYMS: financially sound, in the black
ANTONYMS: bankrupt, in the red

Q. tedious
(adj.) long and tiresome
SYNONYMS: boring, monotonous
ANTONYMS: stimulating, interesting, short and sweet

Q. vendor
(n.) a person who sells something
SYNONYMS: peddler, hawker, dealer
ANTONYMS: buyer, purchaser, customer


Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop LEVEL C Unit 15 Answers

Q. abyss
(n.) a deep or bottomless pit
SYNONYMS: chasm, gorge
ANTONYMS: summit, promontory, pinnacle

Q. befall
(v.) to happen, occur, to happen to
SYNONYMS: come to pass

Q. crucial
(adj.) of supreme importance, decisive, critical
SYNONYMS: pivotal, vital
ANTONYMS: insignificant, inconsequential

Q. dregs
(n. pl.) the last remaining part; the part of least worth
SYNONYMS: grounds, lees, residue, leftovers
ANTONYMS: elite, cream of the crop

Q. embody
(v.) to give form to; to incorporate, include; to personify
SYNONYMS: encompass

Q. exasperate
(v.) to irritate, annoy, or anger
SYNONYMS: vex, try one’s patience
ANTONYMS: soothe, mollify, please, delight

Q. fiasco
(n.) the complete collapse or failure of a project
SYNONYMS: disaster, flop, bomb
ANTONYMS: complete success, triumph, hit

Q. garnish
(v.) to adorn or decorate, especially food;
(n.) an ornament or decoration, especially for food
SYNONYMS: (v.) embellish, gussy up

Q. heritage
(n.) an inheritance; a birthright
SYNONYMS: legacy, descent, pedigree

Q. inert
(adj.) lifeless, unable to move or act; slow, inactive
SYNONYMS: sluggish, lethargic
ANTONYMS: vigorous, energetic, volatile

Q. mercenary
(adj.) acting or working for self-gain only;
(n.) a hired soldier, a soldier of fortune
SYNONYMS: (adj.) grasping, avaricious
ANTONYMS: (adj.) unselfish, disinterested, altruistic

Q. negligent
(adj.) marked by carelessness or indifference; failing to do what should be done
SYNONYMS: careless, neglectful, remiss, derelict
ANTONYMS: careful, attentive, conscientious

Q. oblivion
(n.) forgetfulness, disregard; a state of being forgotten; an amnesty, general pardon
SYNONYMS: obscurity, nothingness
ANTONYMS: fame, renown, celebrity

Q. opus
(n.) an impressive piece of work, especially a musical composition or other work of art
SYNONYMS: composition, piece, oeuvre

Q. pallid
(adj.) pale, lacking color; weak and lifeless
SYNONYMS: colorless, bloodless, dull
ANTONYMS: ruddy, sanguine, racy, colorful

Q. parable
(n.) a short narrative designed to teach a moral lesson
SYNONYMS: moral tale, allegory

Q. rational
(adj.) based on reasoning; able to make use of reason; sensible or reasonable
SYNONYMS: logical
ANTONYMS: mad, insane, illogical, absurd

Q. reciprocal
(adj.) shared; involving give-and-take between two persons or things; working in both directions;
(n.) (math) a number that when multiplied by another number, gives 1
SYNONYMS: (adj.) mutual
ANTONYMS: (adj.) one-sided, unilateral

Q. stricture
(n.) a limitation or restriction; a criticism; (medicine) a narrowing of a passage in the body
SYNONYMS: restraint
ANTONYMS: compliment, accolade, swelling

Q. veneer
(n.) a thin outer layer; a surface appearance or decoration;
(v.) to cover with a thin layer
SYNONYMS: (n.) facing, overlay, facade, pretense
ANTONYMS: (n.) nucleus, inner core


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About Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level C

Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level C is designed to help students increase their vocabulary and reading comprehension skills. The program includes activities such as word practice, synonym-antonym exercises, and sentence completion tasks. It also includes a review section which allows students to improve their understanding of the material presented in earlier sections.

Additionally, the program features games and puzzles to help reinforce the material and make learning more fun. The program is designed for grades 6-12, but can be adapted to lower-level learners with appropriate modifications. With Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level C, students will gain a deeper understanding of words and their meanings, both in context and out.


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