Word-in-Context Frankenstein

Question 1:

He resisted his initial impulse to overreact to the provocation and was later ____ for his ___.

Question 2:

The essence of the scientific attitude is the abandonment of personal ___: one must, that is, ___ private likes and dislikes.

Question 3:

Her vague sense of ___ grew into anxiety and then alarm when she discovered that Frankenstein’s fears were well founded.

Question 4:

The two travelers may have chosen ___ routes across the continent, but the starting point was the same for each.

Question 5:

The ___ act was ___ even to the perpetrator, who regretted his deed to the end of his life.

Question 6:

The shining beauty of the morning dew was merely ___, as nearly all of the moisture had ___ by midday.

Question 7:

Even as the doctor tried to simplify the history of medicine, it quickly became clear that there was far more ___ to the subject than any of them had imagined.

Question 8:

Ironically, every argument intended to change Dr. Frankenstein’s thinking actually served to ___ his beliefs in the experiment.

Question 9:

As the doctor grew more ___ for his recent discoveries, his work decades earlier in the field of anatomy were ___ and nearly entirely forgotten.

Question 10:

They knew the impending snow would ___ the trip, but they went anyway, since there was no other time they would all be able to make it.