ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension 1.2 Vocabulary-In-Context

ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension 1.2 Vocabulary-In-Context. In this passage, the word "illustrious" most nearly means...what?

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mid twenties her husband commissioned leonardo da vinci to paint

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her portrait A portrait that became known as yes the

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mona lisa will The mona lisa is perhaps the most

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famous painting ever completed And its illustrious creator is widely

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recognised as one of the greatest artists in history Alright

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in his passage the word illustrious most nearly means what

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And here the potential answers you are Well leonardo da

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vinci was a celebrated artist inventor and illustrator of blood

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vessels So what do we mean when we call him

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an illustrious creator While many of these definitions are close

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but there's one that's better than the others so let's

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get to it now Davinci was certainly technically gifted it's

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not enough to make him one of the greatest artists

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in history Plenty of architects are technically gifted but we

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don't see their blueprints hanging in museums prodigious means remarkable

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In size or degree But divinci wasn't great because he

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was large And while divinci may have been popular well

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look out ladies That also doesn't match the definition of

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illustrious illustrious means famous influential important or brilliant all of

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which davinci was a big time So option b is

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the best dancer choice Now let's get to work on

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our illustrious art career Maybe we should add a little

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cheer a score oh to those classroom noodles What do 00:01:46.422 --> [endTime] you think Fine