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An uxorial privilege belongs only to a A. mother. B. husband. C. wife. D. father.
An uxorial privilege belongs only to a wife.
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User: An uxorial privilege belongs only to a A. mother. B. husband. C. wife. D. father.

Weegy: An uxorial privilege belongs only to a wife.
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User: Laura's imagination is amazingly A. convivial. B. vivacious. C. vivid. D. vital.

Weegy: Laura's imagination is amazingly vivid.
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User: Banal means A. brilliantly compelling, persuasive. B. unwilling to engage in conversation. C. fluent and rapid. D. trite, unoriginal.

Weegy: Banal means trite, unoriginal.
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User: A double entendre is a(an) A. indefinite and confusing impression of thought. B. expression that has two meanings, one of them sexy. C. lack of equality. D. feeling of general discomfort.

Weegy: A double entendre is an expression that has two meanings, one of them sexy.
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