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With private funding streams drying up right and left, the

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With private funding streams drying up right and left, the [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2017, 05:15
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With private funding streams drying up right and left, the researcher was delighted to be suddenly freed of grantwriting responsibilities and able to pursue _____________ federally-subsidized research.
A. haphazardly
B. partially
C. full-bore
D. high-handedly
E. impeccably
F. wholly

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
Full-bore, wholly

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Re: With private funding streams drying up right and left, the [#permalink] New post 08 Oct 2017, 17:30
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Since private funding is hard to get (the expression “right and left” means “everywhere, all around”), the researcher was happy that he or she no longer had to pursue this private funding — suddenly, the research is being paid for — subsidized — by the government! Full-bore and wholly both mean “entirely.”

Trap answer impeccably (perfectly, spotlessly) is positive but inappropriate to describe the government’s paying for something.

Full-bore and wholly are best fit!
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