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HELP PLZ Having been abandoned on her wedding day, Miss Havisham, a character in Great Expectations, lived alone as a(n) ____________ for the rest of her life. A. nihilist B. omnivore C. recluse D. renegade

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  1. anonymous
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    help

  2. anonymous
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    Okay, so we can all know that it's not renegade or omnivore. And nihilist would believe in nothing, have no loyalties, and no purpose other than, perhaps, an impulse to destroy. So It'd be a recluse because the meaning of recluse is: a person who lives a solitary life and tends to avoid other people.

  3. anonymous
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    can you help with more

  4. anonymous
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    I can try.

  5. anonymous
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    During Alice's stay in Wonderland, her ____________ conversation with the nonsensical Mad Hatter and drowsy Dormouse becomes tiresome. A. catholic B. incipient C. omnipotent D. vacuous

  6. anonymous
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    Alrighty. I'm not gonna explain, so I'm sorry. But it's D.

  7. anonymous
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    ok

  8. anonymous
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    Which person believes in nothing? A. nihilist B. recluse C. renegade D. totalitarian

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    Which word can describe a part of a building? A. cloister B. holocaust C. inception D. pandemonium

  10. anonymous
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    forget the last question

  11. anonymous
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    but can you answer this one

  12. anonymous
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    i got c

  13. anonymous
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    Yeah. I technically already gave you the answer for the other one. And the last one is A

  14. anonymous
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    is it a

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    Which word is derived from words meaning both "whole" and "burned"? A. aperture B. catholic C. holocaust D. panacea

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    i got c

  17. anonymous
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    Yeah. C.

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    Which word does not refer to emptiness or nothingness? A. aperture B. negation C. omnipotence D. vacuity

  19. anonymous
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    D.

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    Which word represents a cure? A. inception B. panacea C. pancreas D. pandemonium

  21. anonymous
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    GJK,IO,UYMNGBVCV

  22. anonymous
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    HELP

  23. anonymous
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    c

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