Dungeon Vocabulary

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1. Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned,
    Nor hell a fury like a woman ___________. (William Congreve. 1670-1729)
A. blundered
B. scorned
C. berserked
D. fraught
 

2. This way is shorter but it is also____________ with danger.
A. blunder
B. scorn
C. berserk
D. fraught

3. In the  Temple of Doom one  ____________ and it could mean your death.
A blunder
B. scorn
C. berserk
D. fraught

4. When Fernando was killed for the third time in the Matrix he went __________:
smashing every thing in sight.
A. blunder
B. scorn
C. berserk
D. fraught

5. Are you brave enough to enter the __________? Only the mightiest will survive.
A. crumble
B. beware
C. slain
D. fray

6. __________ the Jabberwock, my son, the jaws that bite, the claws that catch.
(From the Jabberwocky  from Alice in The Looking Glass)
A. crumble
B. beware
C. slain
D. fray

7. "I have ______ many a student who has dared to enter my Labyrinth" said the Minotaur.
A. crumble
B. beware
C. slain
D. fray

8. Indian Jones said that he  ___________ snakes and then jumped into a pit full of them.
A. turmoiled
B. reeked
C. loathed
D. wrathed

9. The Shire seemed a land without __________ until Bilbo went on his little adventure.
A. turmoil
B. reek
C. loathe
D. wrath

10. The wizard's __________ was dreadful to behold. (Of course mine will be worse if you
don't do your homework.)
A turmoil
B reek
C loathe
D wrath

What ever you do, don't look here at the definitions and synonyms!

Wary-- act with caution, vigilant, alert to Turmoil--  furor, bedlam, chaos
to slay-- to kill, cause to die Reek-- smell, give off, or exude vapor, smoke, etc.
Berserk-- go wild with anger, run amok Loathe-- hate, detest, abhor, despise
Blunder-- error, mistake, to move clumsily Wrath-- anger, ire, outrage
Fraught-- full of, charged Crumble-- to fall apart, break up
Fray-- battle, melee, altercation, brawl Scorn-- contempt, distain, derision

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