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Sentence Equivalence Practice Question of the Week #40 Answer

Here’s the answer to yesterday’ practice question. Thanks for sending in all of your answers!

 

Select exactly two words that best complete the sentence and produce sentences that are alike in meaning. Good luck, we’ll be posting the answer and explanation tomorrow!

Tentative, fearful even, his first forays into the theatrical arts were hardly __________.

  1. unheralded
  2. auspicious
  3. commendable
  4. unpropitious
  5. satisfactory
  6. favorable

(B) auspicious and (F) favorable are the correct answers.

The clues are “tentative, fearful”.

If his attempts to enter were tentative and fearful they hardly were promising. Two similar words to promising are (B) auspicious and (F) favorable.

 

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