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# For a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscru

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For a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscru [#permalink]  08 Dec 2018, 02:06
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For a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscrutability, Thompson, in this slim collection of short stories, may finally be intent on making his ideas more (i) _______ to a readership looking for quick edification.

 Blank (i) (A) aesthetic (B) prescient (C) palatablece (D) inaccessible (E) transcendent
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Re: For a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscru [#permalink]  19 Jan 2019, 19:46
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Re: For a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscru [#permalink]  08 Apr 2019, 07:40
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For a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscrutability, Thompson, in this slim collection of short stories, may finally be intent on making his ideas more (i) _______ to a readership looking for quick edification.
Blank (i)
(A) aesthetic
(B) prescient
(C) palatable "acceptable or satisfactory"
(D) inaccessible
(E) transcendent

in contrast to a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscrutability. we are looking for a word which explain easy way to understand author stories. the only word which relate to is palatable which means acceptable or satisfactory.
Re: For a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscru   [#permalink] 08 Apr 2019, 07:40
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