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In agitprop theatre, actors, passing as civilians, incite

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In agitprop theatre, actors, passing as civilians, incite [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2017, 05:24
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In agitprop theatre, actors, passing as civilians, incite others to public protest; while some consider such actions virtuous, others would label them a _________ trick.
A. glib
B. contemptible
C. faddish
D. sophisticated
E. scurvy
F. scintillating

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
Contemptible, scurvy

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Re: In agitprop theatre, actors, passing as civilians, incite [#permalink] New post 08 Oct 2017, 17:39
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Explanation

The correct answers, given the pivot word while, must oppose the clue virtuous. While agitprop theater may be faddish, sophisticated, or scintillating, no clues in the sentence indicate any of these. Glib is negative but means “superficially fluent” and is inappropriate here (a person or remark can be glib).

Hence options contemptible, scurvy are best fit!
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