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Which word is most nearly opposite in meaning to liege? a. priest c. servant b. knight d. king
Weegy: c. servant. Servant is most nearly opposite in meaning to liege. User: Which word best describes the tone of “Le Morte d’Arthur”? a. sarcastic b. ironic c. dreary d. informative (More)
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IRONIC best describes the tone of “Le Morte d’Arthur”.
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In Morte d’Arthur, why does Sir Gawain suggest that King Arthur sign a month-long treaty with Sir Mordred? a. Sir Gawain knows that Arthur and his men are overmatched. b. Sir Gawain thinks that they should compromise about the rule of England. c. Sir Gawain is convinced that Sir Mordred’s wrath will die down in that time. d. King Arthur needs time to confer and plan the battle with his knights.
Weegy: Sir Gawain suggest King Aruthr sign a treaty because A. Sir Gawain knows that Arthur and his men are overmatched User: The battle between King Arthur and Sir Mordred in Morte d’Arthur is similar to other legends of the Middle Ages because a. it is historically accurate. b. is not realistic. c. its heroes fight nobly. d. it presents death solely in an idealized, spiritual manner. Weegy: The battle between King Arthur and Sir Mordred in Morte d’Arthur is similar to other legends of the Middle Ages because a. it is historically accurate. (More)
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Which word best describes the tone of “Le Morte d’Arthur”? a. sarcastic b. ironic c. dreary d. informative
Weegy: Ironicis the word that best word best describes the tone of “Le Morte d’Arthur” answer is b. ironic. User: King Arthur and Sir Mordred agree to meet. Choose the sentence from “Morte d’Arthur” that best describes their behavior at the time of this decision. a. King Arthur decides to surrender England to Sir Mordred. b. King Arthur decides to ambush Mordred. c. King Arthur and Sir Mordred mistrust each other. d. King Arthur believes Sir Mordred is afraid of meeting him. (More)
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Which phrase defines “muster” best? to anger someone to collect, gather to smile, laugh to run quickly
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All of the following are necessary for being an effective team member, except: a. Only assert your own ideas. b. Communicate, Communicate, Communicate! c. Don't blame others. d. Listen actively.
Weegy: All of the following are necessary for being an effective team member, except: a. Only assert your own ideas User: All of the following are characteristics of an effective group member, except: a. Develops leadership-oriented structure b. Identifies clear goals c. Gathers and uses information effectively d. Develops a variety of viable options. Weegy: d. Develops a variety of viable options. User: All of the following are characteristics of an effective group member, except: a. Objectively evaluates options b. Treats others kindly c. Develops an action-oriented structure d. Develops a single viable option Weegy: The answer is : D. Developing a single viable option (More)
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