Read this sentence from “the most dangerous game” by richard connell:
after the debacle in russia i left the country, for it was imprudent for an officer of the czar to stay there.
what is the meaning of the word debacle in this sentence?
B. failure... debacle means failure or fiasco and he is basically saying that he left russia due to the failure or fiasco in russia.
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a, war. he invested in american securities, and planned to escape poverty that would no doubt be brought on by the russian revolution
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The answer is war.When he says After the debacle in Russia I left the country, for it was imprudent for an officer of the Czar to stay there.He's talking about the war Russia was in
If you re read the sentence again with each word a seems to make the most sense.
The answer is B: failure
"After the failure in Russia I left the country...". The word debacle is a noun that means a complete failure, specially because of bad planning and organization. It is synonym for fiasco.
War - conflict; strife; combat
Celebration - party; festival, festivity
Success - victory; achievement; triumph
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