Word learning exercise
a. A person ——– his words as the liquor he had consumed began to have its effect.
b. A person ——– to his feet as the whisky tightened its grip over his senses.
c. The tears —— his vision as the as the Kashmiri Pandit narrated his owes before the gathering.
d. The accountant ——— the accounts, but was caught a few days later.
e. The patient’s heart ——— as the surgeon approached him with a knife in hand.
f. The photos of my late father on a horse back ———- my passion for horse-riding and hunting.
g. The rat ——— to the safety of its hole on seeing a vulture overhead.
h. The High Court ———– the decisions of the lower court.
[ Fudged, Quashed, Staggers, Slurred, Blurred, Sank, Rekindled, Scampered]