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Q: Which of the following is spelled correctly? A. tyranize B. dilletante C. accommodate D. coroborate
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User: Which of the following is spelled correctly? A. tyranize B. dilletante C. accommodate D. coroborate

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User: Often applied to politicians, the term _______ suggests hiding one's feelings while obscuring or "spinning" facts. A. simulate B. vacillate C. dissimulate D. dissemble

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ACCOMMODATE is spelled correctly.

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Often applied to politicians, the term DISSIMULATE suggests hiding one's feelings while obscuring or "spinning" facts.

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