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Although bonobos are a good deal more gregarious than chimpa

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Although bonobos are a good deal more gregarious than chimpanzees, they do not hesitate to __________ those whose continued presence would otherwise undermine the safety or even equanimity of the group.

❑ patronize
❑ imperil
❑ oust
❑ jeopardize
❑ safeguard
❑ ostracize

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
Oust, ostracize
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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Re: Although bonobos are a good deal more gregarious than chimpa [#permalink] New post 02 Nov 2017, 09:21
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Although bonobos are a good deal more gregarious than chimpanzees, they do not hesitate to __________ those whose continued presence would otherwise undermine the safety or even equanimity of the group.

❑ patronize
❑ imperil
❑ oust
❑ jeopardize
❑ safeguard
❑ ostracize


It says, the bonobos are more friendly than chimps. But when safety of group involved, they try to expel or scare those whose presence may harm the group.


For POE-

1. patronize- Doesn't mean expel or scare. Eliminate
2. Imperil- Bonobos doesn't have any intention to destroy. So eliminate.
3. Oust- To outcast, I guess. So Hold.
4. Jeopardize- Same as 2.Bonobos is friendly, so I guess they won't do this.
5. Safeguard- Blank should be opposite of friendly. Eliminate.
6. Ostracize- Don't know the meaning- So hold.

So I believe only Oust and Ostracize satisfy the blank. So I will choose them. I feel imperil and jeopardize are trap answers.
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Re: Although bonobos are a good deal more gregarious than chimpa [#permalink] New post 17 Jan 2018, 04:05
f is ans oust in ans
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Re: Although bonobos are a good deal more gregarious than chimpa [#permalink] New post 18 Oct 2018, 17:12
One of the more straightforward ones. Thanks!
Re: Although bonobos are a good deal more gregarious than chimpa   [#permalink] 18 Oct 2018, 17:12
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