In the classroom, Phoebe was unusually ___; on the playground, however, she became as intractable as the other children.
Though Holden is typically ___ and reserved in social gatherings, at last night’s party he spoke and acted with uncharacteristic ___.
Holden’s failing grades earned him such disgrace that any possibility of his being allowed to remain in school was completely ___.
The History professor was never one to ___: he always stuck closely to the subject of every lecture.
Influenced by group pressures, people tend to ___ in order to gain social approval and avoid being ____.
Most of the students found the lecturer’s speech ___; in fact, it was so dull that some even nodded off.
Holden perversely saw his ___ as a useful strategy: because he always mistrusted other people, nobody every disappointed him.
Holden’s natural ___ and moral ___ were evidenced by his indecisiveness and avoidance of controversial issues.
Holden was both ___ and ___: he was blatantly proud and offensively bold.
The author ___ the idea that someone would revive the incidents of his early life, and so he instructed his friends and associates to ___ any potential biographer.
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