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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123797: Compound adjectives
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    Compound adjectives

    Complete the adjectives so as to get synonyms of the words in brackets.

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    1. I have never seen a man so heavy- ! He often makes remarks that hurt people. (Clumsy)

    2. What bird- boy ! He has still forgotten his keys ! (Brainless)

    3. My trip to Mongolia was an opening- experience. I have seen how nomads live with their herd and how their life is hard.(Revealing)

    4. For my birthday, I'll wear a black, low- neckline dress. (Plunging)

    5. Hercule Poirot was a very clear- detective created by Agatha Christie. (Perceptive)

    6. He was always poker-, studying the scene crime in details. (Emotionless)

    7. It was a high- speech ! What boredom ! (Pompous)

    8. We have an awe- viewpoint from the summit. (Astounding)

    9. Yesterday I watched a report on ill- children in the world. (Malnutrition)

    10. My sister has always airy- ideas ! She dresses up as a witch for the party. (Eccentric)

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