Hello! I have a test that checks vocabulary knowlege. Here is one really hard question.
Text: Larry was dwelling on how often animal terms are given to people's actions. For example, graceful women are often referred to as having feline movements.
Question: Referring to the above scenario, which one of the following animal/human relationships does not make sense?
1. Joan Collins' ability to play the part of a vixen has won her many an accolade on the small screen.
2. People with bovine temperaments may be dependable, but they are not very exciting.
3. With ophidian guile, the woman stole out of the store in a matter of minutes without getting caught.
4. As timid as they come, Sarah ate the lollipop the lady had given her with lupine deliberateness.
5. Losing a big case always evoked a leonine rage in the litigator.
I have a feeling that second sentence is correct. Am I right?