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1. A feather in your cap is an achievement or success that may well help you in the future.


2. A pledge is ________


3. A person with a hangdog expression looks unhappy and sorry for themselves.


4. A ________ car


5. A doubting Thomas stubbornly refuses to believe something even when they are shown the evidence.



6. A surgeon works ________ an operating theatre


7. A person who transports things illegally into a country is a ________


8. A modal verb doesn't have a past participle.


9. A modest person will blow their own trumpet.


10. A person who acts like a dog in the manger is willing to share things with other people.


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