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Though the majority of rules in sports are physically

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Though the majority of rules in sports are physically [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2017, 05:48
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Though the majority of rules in sports are physically described in rulebooks, there is a ________ code of conduct that relates to sportsmanship.
A. tacit
B. evanescent
C. incorrigible
D. unambiguous
E. blatant
F. implicit

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Tacit, implicit

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Re: Though the majority of rules in sports are physically [#permalink] New post 08 Oct 2017, 18:03
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The word though always sets up a contrast, so you need something for the blank that means the opposite of “physically described in rulebooks.” Both tacit and implicit mean “implied, but not plainly expressed.” Unambiguous and blatant have the opposite charge.

Hence options tacit, implicit are correct!
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