Can you match the adjectives with their definitions?
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a) planned or done in secret, especially describing something that is not officially allowed
b) eminent beyond or above comparison
c) crowded to excess; overfull
d) able to be happy, successful, etc. again after something difficult or bad has happened
e) overpowering in effect or strength
f) (of an amount of money ) very small and of little or no value; of little quality or value
g) unkind, cruel, and without sympathy or feeling for other people; controversial
h) easily seen or unerstood
Now check your answers!
The group held weekly clanestine meetings in a church.
He’s been having a clandestine affair with his secretary fr three years.
Look, not to sound too callous, but why should I care what you need?
The events I’m about to recount may seem extraordinary, callous, criminal, even.
Only a very small percent are resilient to its effects.
It is true that women are more resilient to the current crisis in terms of job losses.
The fall-out from the financial crisis is still very much evident in Iceland.
In individual cases, only some of these symptoms and/ or findings may be evident.
We must accept the difficulties that we are facing; the scientific evidence is now overwhelming.
The report was adopted in committee by an overwhelming majority (44 to 4).
Mr President, I would like to say that the Belgian Presidency has been a wonderful and unrivalled example of how the EU works.
This was an unrivalled opportunity for us to update the European Union regulation in an area which directly affects us all: food.
David Hockney once complained that photography was a paltry art because its angle on the world is restricted to what the camera sees at the moment of exposure: unlike painting, a photograph can make no space for time.
You oughta see how congested the city’s gettin’ to be.
This cigarette’s made my chest all congested.
It’s when you charge a premium for people to drive on congested roads