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The paradoxical aspect of the myths about Demeter, when we c

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The paradoxical aspect of the myths about Demeter, when we c [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2020, 08:39
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The paradoxical aspect of the myths about Demeter, when we consider the predominant image of her as a tranquil and serene goddess, is her (i) ________ search for her daughter.


Blank (i)
extended
agitated
comprehensive
motiveless
heartless
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Re: The paradoxical aspect of the myths about Demeter, when we c [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2020, 06:29
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The correct answer is the option B, in this case the sentence says paradoxical, so the blank word has to be an antonymous of tranquil and serene. Agitated is the best option. The other word has no sense.
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Re: The paradoxical aspect of the myths about Demeter, when we c [#permalink] New post 01 Aug 2020, 23:07
To resolve the paradox we have to use something opposite to tranquil or serene. Agitated fits
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