[Esc] (1) /'mɪmɪk/ v. Syn. imitate; copy copy or imitate closely, especially in speech, expression Scientists process skin tissue to [___] embryonic stem cells.
[Esc] (2) /mə'roʊs/ a. Syn. sullen; gloomy ill humored; sullen; depressingly dark; gloomy; persistent Though we feel sad at someone's pain and sorrow, feeling [___] is difficult while actively wishing the person to be happy.
[Esc] (3) /'mɒtlɪ/ a. Syn. mixed; heterogeneous multi-colored; mixed; having elements of great variety He wore a loose tunic and looser trousers, homespun and dyed in [___] green and brown.
[Esc] (4) /'mʌndeɪn/ a. Syn. worldly; earthly; secular belonging to this earth or world; not ideal or heavenly; concerned with commonplaces; ordinary Unlike other players, the CEO and Secretariat are less interested in [___] benefits than in value.
[Esc] (5) /nɒk'tɜrn(ə)l/ a. Syn. nightly of or relating to or occurring in the night; most active at night They wouldn't rest until the large black snake, which appears to be [___], is no longer free.
[Esc] (6) /'nɔɪsəm/ a. foul-smelling; offensive by arousing disgust; harmful or dangerous The [___] atmosphere downwind of the oil refinery not only stank, it damaged the lungs of everyone living in the area.
[Esc] (7) /əb'tru:d/ v. push oneself or one's ideas forward or intrude; stick out or extrude Because Fanny was reluctant to [___] her opinions about child-raising upon her daughter-in-law, she kept a close watch on her tongue.
[Esc] (8) /ɒm'nɪpətənt/ a. Syn. infinite all-powerful; having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force The monarch regarded himself as [___] and responsible to no one for his acts.
[Esc] (9) /'pærədɒks/ n. Syn. contradiction something apparently contradictory in nature; statement that looks false but is actually correct Richard presents a bit of a [___], for he is a card-carrying member of both the National Rifle Association and the relatively pacifist American Civil Liberties Union.
[Esc] (10) /pə'rɛmptərɪ/;/'pɛrəmptɔ:rɪ/ a. Syn. imperative offensively self-assured; dictatorial; not allowing contradiction or refusal From Jack's [___] knock on the door, Jill could tell he would not give up until she let him in.