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1. The so-called ________ majority are the vast number of people who don't actually go out on the street and protest.


2. It's no good worrying about that now because the damage is done and it's no good crying over spilled ________ .


3. The trouble is that he's cried ________ so often that now he's in real trouble, nobody believes him.


4. I think that the main ________ for all this emotion is probably the way you have reacted to the play.


5. As it was very late when he came home he was as quiet as a ________ in order not to wake anybody up.



6. Now, you're being sensible ________ on.


7. In view of the embarrassment that might be caused if the story came out, she promised not to ________ a word about it.


8. As far as I'm concerned to be away from traffic, phones and radios on holiday is perfect bliss because to me silence is ________ .


9. We had great hopes of being able to invite the distinguished writer to our meeting but he cried ________ at the last moment.


10. As a child she would burst into tears at every problem and so she soon got known as a regular ________ at school.


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