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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75867: Vocabulary fortifier
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    Vocabulary fortifier

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    English exercise "Vocabulary fortifier" created by sreedhar with The test builder
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    1. When you are as miserable as sin a can make you wondrously cheerful.
    2. Only a man full of can really do something concrete in this world.
    3. There are some around us who can get mad with anger if you go against their views.
    4. When he was at the of his fame, he wisely decided to call it a day before people started getting bored of him.
    5. A can be very soothing when it is extremely scorching and humid.
    6. Sometimes having a for the good things of life can go a long way in keeping man free from all sorts of maladies.
    7. In spite of the tragedies that struck him, my pal is so full of and good cheer that I envy his optimism.
    8. He is such a -such an oddball that his parents are simply concerned about his future.
    9. He is so good at spinning a at such a short notice that I wonder why he doesn't take up writing as a profession
    10. Wonder whether the they go by to assess the talent of a person is good enough.

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