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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124967: Synonyms
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    English exercise "Synonyms" created by eos17 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from eos17]
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    1. I 've always heard of the British (impassibility) .

    2. You live in (dreadful) conditions of life. I'm dismayed !

    3. We were surprised by his (inpromptu) speech.

    4. The jury has taken an (impartial) decision.

    5. I'm just reading a (calumnious) article against our mayor.

    6. (Erase) what you have scribbled on the wall please !

    7. The witness (deceived) the police out of fear of reprisal.

    8. They were (pitiless) in front of prisoners.

    9. You ' ve a (surly) look this morning! Are you worried ?

    10. There has been a forest-fire not far away from the village. The police suspects (a fire-raising) an .

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