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english test

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george orwells reeal namesdfg
harrison bergerron dances with ballerina
napoleon would not ______ to snowballs authority capitulate
capitulate to resist
squealers lies were all apart of napoleons _______ to seize power machinations
the ussr's flag had this sickle hammer
both napoleon and stalin like to force these from people confessions
stalins character napoleon
lit. term for double meaning allegory
orwell helped fight in this civil war spanish
harrison bergerons mom's name hazel
pilkington owns this farm foxwood
being uneducated allows people to be this manipulated
both AF and HB have an oppressive _______ in common government
uses logical and emotional appeals persausion
story told through animals who learn a lesson fable
instills ideas like karl marx old major
the lesson at the end of a fable moral
the dogs and KGB are tools to keep this emotion fear
to condemn and idea as wrong cesure
color of AF flag green
blindly loyal individuals are extremely ____ to their rulers tractable
this character was not cryptic about his feelings towards boxers death benjamen
this person is responsiblefor assigning handicaps in HB handicappergeneral
cruel or unjust rule tyrany
orwell suffered an injury to his throat
snowball participates in this battle cowshed
napoleon believed boxer was _______, so he killed him superannuated
where orwell finished writing 1984 sanatorium
squealer represents this group media
the human was supposed to serve as an intermediary whymper
harrison bergerons father george
these animals did not wanna give up them damn eggs hens
he was overthrown in russia nicholas
lit. term for sarcastic writing satire
boxers class of people workers
george orwells reeal name eric blair
human who tricks napoleon fredrick
he sings of sugarcandy mountain moses
controversy of AF comes from building this windmill
many indivduals will ____ power if they recieve it abuse
snowballs parallel trotsky
originally it said "anything that goes upon two legs is an ____ enemy
ensconced comfortable or settled
cynical distrustful of human sincerity or integrity.
laborious Requiring considerable effort and time.
dissentients In opposition to a majority or official opinion.
tyranny arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; despotic abuse of authority.
preeminent Surpassing all others; very distinguished in some way.
vivacouis ) Attractively lively and animated.
cryptic Having a meaning that is mysterious or obscure.
propulsion The action of driving or pushing forward.
tractable Easy to control or influence.
IGnominious Deserving or causing public disgrace or shame
posthumously after death
sordid
incumbent Necessary for or resting on (someone) as a duty or responsibility.
conciliatory Intended or likely to placate or pacify:
ensconced comfortable or settled
cynical distrustful of human sincerity or integrity.
laborious Requiring considerable effort and time.
dissentients In opposition to a majority or official opinion.
tyranny arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; despotic abuse of authority.
preeminent Surpassing all others; very distinguished in some way.
vivacouis ) Attractively lively and animated.
cryptic Having a meaning that is mysterious or obscure.
propulsion The action of driving or pushing forward.
tractable Easy to control or influence.
IGnominious Deserving or causing public disgrace or shame
posthumously after death
sordid Involving ignoble actions and motives; arousing moral distaste and contempt.
incumbent Necessary for or resting on (someone) as a duty or responsibility.
conciliatory