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The Words Quiz

Are you a walking dictionary? Dare to take the ultimate definitions challenge? Don't be so shy — Our Fun Definitions Quiz will help improve your vocabulary and make you the master of words!


  • English (English)
  • Français (French)
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Question 1/10
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Choose the word that best matches the definition below:

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173 Comments
  • rathi_s
    These quizzes come with nice topics to pick and when I tried them out, I got to learn some new things too. This app is stunning and I hope everyone will try out this app!
    LikeReplyReport11 days ago
  • EZReader
    10/10 twice in 1:21. For all HS students taking 8/10, I’m impressed.
    LikeReplyReport22 days ago
  • EZReader
    10/10 in 1:21 (2X’s) as an English speaker 1st w/ a Master’s. So, HS students who took 8/10… I’m impressed!
    LikeReplyReport22 days ago
  • carolyn_v
    10/10...38 seconds
    LikeReplyReport24 days ago
  • fqdez
    10/10 in 44 seconds as a 10th grader... not bad
    LikeReplyReport 226 days ago
  • emilyp.40377
    lets do a competition to see how many answers you can get right on a quiz
    lets start it tomorrow ok
    if ya'll agree then lets do it
    LikeReplyReport 31 month ago
  • SERAF
    The basic quiz is great. Sufficed for English learners.
    LikeReplyReport 11 month ago
  • Ikker19
    10 out of 10…wonder how good I could do if in I done ever learnt to read or is it read or reed or red???
    LikeReplyReport1 month ago
  • Yuzu
    Got 9 out of 10, I guess not bad for a 12th grader
    LikeReplyReport 21 month ago
  • steffanie_b
    Not bad
    LikeReplyReport1 month ago
  • Cmilz23
    10/10 in 93 seconds. Not bad for a kindergartner.
    LikeReplyReport 21 month ago
  • eliel_a
    5/10 for a begginer, in 5 minutes and 33 seconds. I'm brazilian. I am not latino, thank you.
    LikeReplyReport 31 month ago
  • emilyp.40377
    same
    LikeReplyReport 11 month ago
  • Pericles21
    Thnx!
    LikeReplyReport1 month ago
  • Sandee956
    Didn't know it was timed! Had fun!
    LikeReplyReport 31 month ago
  • maverick.24073
    20/10 in -59 seconds, commendable for a really high person.
    LikeReplyReport 32 months ago
  • Destination
    Auto generate quizzez from my word list, is it possible?
    LikeReplyReport2 months ago
  • emilyp.40377
    well this really fun I guess
    LikeReplyReport 33 months ago
  • bo44
    Not sure they (it?) understand ‘lucubrate’ properly lol...
    LikeReplyReport 13 months ago
  • marionette_w
    awsome way to get a general education diploma
    LikeReplyReport 23 months ago
  • Star527
    10/10 in 44 sec, pretty good for a middle schooler.
    LikeReplyReport 63 months ago
    • estellad
      Just did it again and I got a 10/10 in 34 seconds
      LikeReplyReport 11 month ago
  • Star527
    10/10 in 1 min 14 sec, I'm pretty good!
    LikeReplyReport 73 months ago
  • Erik684
    10 out of 10, not bad i think. Considering english is not my native language.
    LikeReplyReport 74 months ago
  • patriciah.03043
    Haha! 10 out of 10, try to beat that!!
    LikeReplyReport 54 months ago
  • HEKTIKGANGSTAPRINCESS
    9/10, IM IMPRESSED WITH THAT SCORE. I DIDNT REALISE I WAS THAT CLEVER
    LikeReplyReport 24 months ago
  • oliviar.55547
    I like it, it keeps you on top of the game of vocabulary
    LikeReplyReport 114 months ago
  • Karlakatz
    The Advanced category should be just a bit more challenging; Much too easy.
    LikeReplyReport 54 months ago
  • medavies
    lot of fun
    LikeReplyReport4 months ago
  • medavies
    I'm seventy and this is child's play
    LikeReplyReport 124 months ago
  • SisuGirl
    I enjoyed this very much. I am 52 & I suffered two strokes a few months ago. I guess I’m trying to rework my brain by doing tests like these & puzzles, as well. I will certainly continue to do these I do want to mention that this quiz is not a 5th Grade Level. I read a lot & my grammar/spelling were always spot on. I highly doubt that everyone here believes this is easily a 5th Grader’s Level. Perhaps the X-Men’s Xavier Institute but not in public schools. 
    LikeReplyReport 124 months ago
    • yodabruh
      i am very happy youre recovering well, the road to recovery is long but youve got thiss. wishing nothing but wellness and safety to u. enjoy yourself.
      LikeReplyReport 74 months ago
    • SisuGirl
      Thank You So Much!
      LikeReplyReport 23 months ago
  • dsung
    we need know of grammar to be unite globally amen=
    LikeReplyReport 45 months ago
  • carries.80498
    Intriguing and fun
    LikeReplyReport 35 months ago
  • epitaciob1
    Intersting and thought provoking
    LikeReplyReport 35 months ago
  • hero2000
    Lovely Learning Game.
    LikeReplyReport 45 months ago
  • LindaC49
    changed my level to advanced and missed 2, / 1 was a British measurement and another was a corn cob
    LikeReplyReport 45 months ago
  • moochiesmomma
    I found the quiz rather easy. The words are grammar school vocabulary words. I would assume most fifth graders would be able to make a go of this quiz without much difficulty. I didn’t know the quiz was timed so I took my time. It was a fun diversion for a few minutes though. 
    LikeReplyReport 15 months ago
    • hero2000
      Bet you did the beginner test!
      LikeReplyReport 45 months ago
    • jake_d
      I did the advanced test, and I can honestly say I knew nine of the ten words by the time I was in THIRD grade.
      LikeReplyReport 14 months ago
  • LindaC49
    10/10 fun nourishment for the brain!
    LikeReplyReport 36 months ago
  • Soloke
    Interesting.
    LikeReplyReport 16 months ago
  • imphirophir
    Very funny and intuitive.
    LikeReplyReport 16 months ago
  • maxj.43868
    Fun. Good standard too, I definitely squinted up and off into nowhere so my brain could change gears and even pursed my lips to another question. A challenge unlikely to cause an aneurysm, my favourite kind. 
    LikeReplyReport 16 months ago
  • socratesredux
    I'd like it if the (Wrong) or Correct Answer were both linked to a Correct one within the Summary. this would help people who "guessed" the Correct answer also learn. MANY OF YOUR WORDS CAN BE DETERMINED BY A PROCESS OF ELIMIMATING INCORRECT ANSWERS THROUGH KNOWING THAT THE DEFINITIONS OF THE OTHER WORDS DOESN'T SUIT. 
    LikeReplyReport 46 months ago
    • rinat
      Thank you for your constructive comments, we will certainly consider it.
      LikeReplyReport 56 months ago
  • rosar.39021
    First time. ENJOYED!!!!!
    LikeReplyReport 46 months ago
  • marsha_c
    Good. Clean. Fun.
    LikeReplyReport 26 months ago
  • epacardo
    Very helpful quiz.
    LikeReplyReport 26 months ago
  • doglover11
    An awesome exercise for your mind!
    LikeReplyReport 46 months ago
  • alvan_n
    hardest anyways
    LikeReplyReport6 months ago
  • tj_f
    Quizzes are getting easier
    LikeReplyReport7 months ago
  • tommyj.44488
    BOGUS! Using a word to "define" that same word is VERBOTEN!
    LikeReplyReport 48 months ago
    • dawng.51911
      Actually, verbotem means prohibited or forbidden (as translated across numerous languages). I think that you may be thinking of the word verbatim, which
      means being in or following the exact words or repeating something word for word (like a poem, Bible verse, or lyrics to a song). 
      LikeReplyReport6 months ago
    • joed.06654
      Seems "verbotem" may not be a word at all. tommyj.44488 is correct when saying "
      Using a word to "define" that same word is VERBOTEN!" "Verbatum" here makes no sense at all. The point tommyj makes is well known and accepted and true. thank you 
      LikeReplyReport 16 months ago
  • EdofTexas
    Didn't realize I was being timed, no worries though. Neat testing application.
    LikeReplyReport 38 months ago
    • gent
      me neither. I had to use the john!
      LikeReplyReport 26 months ago
  • GavinDunce
    yes bro)
    LikeReplyReport 28 months ago
  • dane_e
    6. based on or subject to individual discretion or preference or sometimes impulse or caprice
    Solution: arbitrary

    Might not the question be better described thus: based on or subject to another's diktat or preference or sometimes impulse or caprice? 
    LikeReplyReport 38 months ago
  • Genius0001
    I completed this quiz in 59 seconds.
    LikeReplyReport 69 months ago
    • gent
      55 seconds here
      LikeReplyReport 26 months ago
  • Levels
    Interesting Quiz
    LikeReplyReport 39 months ago
  • rhonda_w
    Could have been quicker to complete had I had my glasses with me.
    LikeReplyReport 69 months ago
  • Femmesusan
    Proud of myself! Process of elimination and deep concentration works well.
    LikeReplyReport 159 months ago
  • tami_v
    Thankyou
    LikeReplyReport 810 months ago
  • rhythmosaur
    When English is not your native language and you've spoken it for decades, you'll find you can still learn something from the quiz. Thumbs up!
    LikeReplyReport 510 months ago
  • AshFal-125
    10/10 - 1st try, 1 min 26 sec (minus time spent having to scroll back down to SEE & answer each new question) not too bad.
    LikeReplyReport 710 months ago
  • RadicalRick
    I still got it. I got a perfect score on my High School SAT back in 82. So It's nice to see that I haven't lost all my marbles yet.
    LikeReplyReport 1410 months ago
    • brucek.01334
      I missed aceing the asvab by 2. Those "fold on the lines and what do you get" questions are tough. The USMC took full advantage and so did I. It came in the form of bonuses and the veap program. Skate duty and hi-viz. Expert rifleman,SEER, overseas, and more @about the same year. IE(scream it phonetically) old Indian war cry. IEeee 
      LikeReplyReport 1310 months ago
    • brucek.01334
      now if I could find my marbles...
      LikeReplyReport 1010 months ago
    • SisuGirl
      I took the ASVAB
      when I was 20. I didn’t take it as a Junior in HS. It was a skip day for me…Like I would ever enlist! Then real life knocked some sense into me & went into the Navy in 1990. Top score but I am a female & they didn’t allow us to become Nukes. I became a Torpedoman (My Grampa told me that it was the Rate of really good, very tight, and a little crazy bunch of people. He wasn’t wrong! I had to take it again before I went into the Reserves. I received a massive incentive check but I had to change Rate to Mineman. I had to take it again when I went into the AF Reserves. The Army National Guard did not require me to take it a 4th!  
      LikeReplyReport 14 months ago
  • Lorrilee
    Great!
    LikeReplyReport 1110 months ago
  • jenki017
    a great brain workout!
    LikeReplyReport 1110 months ago
  • Mercypat33
    Educative and interesting
    LikeReplyReport 1010 months ago
  • rooney_l
    Interesting
    LikeReplyReport 810 months ago
  • emmanuela.08362
    Not bad
    LikeReplyReport 610 months ago
  • indumukho
    Interesting and informative.
    LikeReplyReport 711 months ago
  • rhumster_g
    It appears their definition of "Decline" is different from mine. Or anyone else's for that matter.
    LikeReplyReport 611 months ago
  • myras.02346
    piques my interest
    LikeReplyReport 911 months ago
  • MS.RUBY
    10/10 ..... YEP! This one was waaaay too easy. I'll try the next level for more of a challenge.
    LikeReplyReport 1011 months ago
  • im_ruth
    i thought i knew what 'gloat' meant, i guess not lol
    LikeReplyReport 811 months ago
  • sc.89684
    9 out of 10 with some best guesses. Trivia can be a nice waste of time.
    LikeReplyReport 1012 months ago
  • danielle_z
    LikeReplyReport 512 months ago
  • mikem.41134
    I tend to be very articulate and Excel at langistics and yet I still only managed to get 5 out of 10 right on advanced level so I'm going to say it's quite a challenging quiz in my opinion
    LikeReplyReport 512 months ago
    • wendy_a
      The correct term is "linguistics", not "
      langistics", if you're referring to the study of language & it's structure.
      LikeReplyReport 1711 months ago
    • OneBigFig
      One is either “very articulate” or they are not. There is no “…tend to be…”. This is like stating “I tend to be tall” or “I tend to be blue-eyed”.
      “Excel” should not be capitalized.
      The last thought is expressed redundantly. “…so I am going to say…” and “…in my opinion.” express the same thought. Pick one and lose the other. Eloquence is inversely proportional to how many words one uses. 
      LikeReplyReport 1311 months ago
    • Laika
      I realise this is semantics but since your ability to be articulate can, on occasions, vary depending on specific situations the use of “tend” isn’t wholly incorrect IF in most circumstances you are articulate whereas characteristics such as height and eye colour are generally unchanging in an adult individual and thus exempt. Just my thoughts on the subject  
      LikeReplyReport 911 months ago
    • OneBigFig
      Example, please.
      LikeReplyReport 511 months ago
    • ShanonaWriter
      .... someone who is usually very articulate would likely be less so when they're sick....or drunk....extremely tired! There are various situations in which an articulate person may not be so articulate.
      LikeReplyReport 1011 months ago
    • OneBigFig
      O.K. Fair point. If I were writing about such a situation, however, I don’t think that “tend” would be my first choice of adverb. I think “usually” or “normally” better describes articulation that has been impaired by some extraordinary influence. 
      LikeReplyReport 811 months ago
    • wendy_a
      You are absolutely correct. Typo on my part. Don't know how I could have transposed an "a" for an "i" as they are not near each other & I did not proofread what I wrote. The keyboard ON my laptop is dead, more or less, so I have a separate keyboard plugged in and am not always facing the monitor when I type. Thanks for the correction. 
      LikeReplyReport 510 months ago
    • RadicalRick
      I was going to point out some errors on your part. But seeing the comments below, You have already been corrected.
      I Feel like I'm watching "Finding Forrester" again.
      LikeReplyReport 610 months ago
  • franka.36488
    This something which should be embraced by every school system & teacher in ALL of America, regardless of taxonomy , socioeconomic background, or age level. The beauty of this is being able to taylor it to any age level or occasion & like anything newly started, it can always be improved upon...the hardest part is just giving it a try...critics & detractors are never hard to find! I am not an English teacher, but for nearly 50 years of teaching on the high school, vocational, and college levels, I have stressed the importance of speaking succinctly & expeditiously as possible...it may be the difference between landing the job or position one is striving for or working for a "nickel ninety-eight" in a job you HATE. 
    LikeReplyReport 912 months ago
    • MS.RUBY
      tailor!
      LikeReplyReport 1011 months ago
    • RadicalRick
      You have to give him some leeway. He said he's been teaching for nearly 50 years. He might have a
      loss of cognitive functioning — thinking, remembering, and reasoning (Dementia)by now.
      LikeReplyReport 410 months ago
  • UselessFemaleBrain
    Too easy, but still fun to use. Seems like it is developed to be advanced level for non-native English speakers rather than foreighn people.
    LikeReplyReport 312 months ago
    • OneBigFig
      What is the difference b/t “non-native English speakers” and “foreighn (sic) people?”
      LikeReplyReport 911 months ago
  • Martha001
    It's cool
    LikeReplyReport 212 months ago
  • joebr60
    easy
    LikeReplyReport 412 months ago
  • lorraine_r
    too easy!
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • ClockworkBastard
    The questions is a bit hazy... Needless to say — I had a 33% of questions with words in it I don't know! I'm not a native English speakng person, nor speakin it IRL!
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • laye_m
    It gives a chance to my brain to over think.
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • kirsten_m
    Too easy.
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • donnies.34742
    Who's up to challenge public Post in not cheating ... .


    Intelligence challenge
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • marilena_f
    It s an interesting way to learn new words
    LikeReplyReport 71 year ago
  • deedee_m
    Nice quiz site.Could be really helpful to build someone`s vocabulary
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • venet_c
    10/10 !! I like this quiz!
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • laye_m
    Is great to be here
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • ImALogophile
    Was so exhilarating to stumble across this quiz this morning! Subscribed immediately and love the comment section, too!
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • Adesuwa
    Love this quiz
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • billw.75685
    Fun...
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • lad.20458
    This quiz is okay for people from middle to high school. Good Job!!
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • elie_l
    took basic in french, 3 mistakes, thought quiz was wrong, processed my mistakes, feelsgreatman! this method is pure genius IF people reflect on why the mistake! thx much ( je suis français, 3 erreurs sur du basique, dur à accepter.J'ai compris la source de mon soucis) 
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • derekong6
    Grrrr....
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • MS.RUBY
    10/10 ..... HOT DANGIT!! I'M A GENIUS!! Don't know how I stumbled across this WORD QUIZ, but I'm glad I did. ME LIKE IT!
    LikeReplyReport 131 year ago
  • Redherring
    looking at my mistakes, it seems obvious now !
    LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
  • jamese.84732
    I love your forums, as they materially contribute to the possibility that “Man” may yet succeed to becoming more than a footnote in the annals of post-Singularity (Big Bang) history.
    Thank you for your contribution!
    Yours,
    -James E. Ivory, III
     
    LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
  • spyros_s
    This quiz expanded my knowledge!
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • stroea
    Too easy.
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
    • jamese.84732
      Yes. while I feel your pain (or, at least, am somewhat empathetic) as to your expressed dismay toward a lexical simplicity, we should give due consideration the population of neophytes, perhaps not being quite up to speed, or as proficient in (as we find ourselves), the evolution of one of man’s Greatest Achievements (the one Noem Chomsky had a facility for... and gravitated to... earning him the title “the Father of modern linguistics”), the written word.
      -James 
      LikeReplyReport 111 year ago
    • charlesa.50205
      ...
      Noam Chomsky
      LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
    • peterc.25512
      Yeah well while I reckon old Noam was shithot in his time mate he's rilly lost the plot now. He thinks he is an expert on virology and he is doddering, poor bugger
      LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • Larbi
    Good
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • Deltagaurav
    Hope you may notice
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • carol.00346
    Love the Quiz! My brain gets massaged, and a couple of cobwebs lifted.
    LikeReplyReport 101 year ago
  • Assan
    Outstanding
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • kes_s
    In spite of advanced age and two types of chemotherapy running concurrently, there's still one small functional part of my brain left. I'm going to name it "Webster."
    LikeReplyReport 271 year ago
    • Bibb3
      you go girl! Stay strong
      LikeReplyReport 121 year ago
    • kes_s
      Thank you!
      LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
    • jamese.84732
      The Merriam of your mind’s eye is a confidant and friend of this discriminating author, too.
      God Speed in your struggle with one of the many banes to Man’s existence on the Temporal plane. My beloved first cousin (a published Professor (and once practicing in...) of Neonatology, Baylor University Medical Center), recently completed what was a third regimen of chemotherapy pursuant to the protocols involved in fighting non-basal carcinomas in general, and her specific disease- metastatic breast cancer.
      -James 
      LikeReplyReport 111 year ago
    • kes_s
      Thank you for such a comforting and beautiful comment. Your cousin's journey sounds like a familiar one, unfortunately, for far too many of us. I wish her all the best. (I worked in the medical field as well.) She's very fortunate to have a kind and loving person like you with her on this journey. That means so much. 
      LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
    • Alliew
      Hope you're doing well!
      LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • sarah.83422
    Marvelous
    LikeReplyReport 71 year ago
  • JennplZ76
    Pretty cool quiz
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • las_g
    wish could have this all day interesting indeed
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • blessing_o
    Great test of my knowledge. I am happy I have gathered much word-sense
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
  • joans.41483
    I love taking the word quiz every day. It's brain training and fun.
    LikeReplyReport 131 year ago
  • Shirin
    I like it
    LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
  • frither
    Makes one think, employees varied meta-knowledge and applies to logical reasonings, sound and sense.
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • Rextrent
    Like a press conference for the Squatter-in-Chief. Thanks.
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • Cookinup69
    I'm not as stupid as people think
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • annam.54845
    Great fun. Thanks!
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • matthewd.32528
    Love this website: First place I go in the a.m.
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • stuk.25702
    INTERERESTING
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • keys.57410
    Easy and antiquated words. 10/10 in 57s first try. Have yet to miss a word out of 6 plays.
    LikeReplyReport 101 year ago
  • Bnunez
    I like it
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • Tank_Rules_Anyone_Who_Says_Otherwise_Is_Wrong
    Loved it nto too hard really but i guess that shows me i am a 12 year old walking dictionary haha
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
    • kes_s
      The very long words are pretty easy. It's the little ones like "not" (or in some cases "nto") that'll trip you up.
      LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • tanyam.50851
    Have often been called a 'walking dictionary '.Got 10/10.A little disappointed that it wasn't more challenging. Good fun though.
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • mrk.71182
    a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 quarts or 4.545 liters is a gallon, not a congius which was a measure in ancient Rome!
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • BUNKS
    Interesting and funny
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • SashaFierce
    Fun
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • ena
    Fun
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • aaron_p
    An answer that says fancy, should be fantasy.
    The question was something about, 'something that a collective of people know to be false.' or something along those lines.
    LikeReplyReport 111 year ago
    • Springwater
      but there is 'flight of fancy' def; imaginative but not real, can also be 'flight of fantasy'
      LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • desmondd.30258
    Helpfull in teaching yourself
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
    • annam.54845
      It's 'helpful', which is what I'm trying to be :-)
      LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • nafisa_r
    sorry.. 54 seconds!!!!
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • nafisa_r
    10 points in just 54 minutes!!!
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • carlab.22780
    Interesting words.
    LikeReplyReport 71 year ago
  • CherieAmour64
    The love of words is the base of communication, you can never know too many words.
    LikeReplyReport 131 year ago
  • alexisr.87973
    it was so wonderfully just to get it right. :)
    LikeReplyReport 121 year ago
  • PrinceA2U
    Highly enjoyable cuz in scored 90%...if I had answered only 2 correctly, I would've called it rigged.
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • RichardR
    10/10 Advanced in 1min 18secs... :-)
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • benbulu
    Highly enjoyable. I scored 10/10. Great!
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • ngerikl_b
    Brilliant app! Really helps..
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • ClearestTape
    8/10 advanced 1:01 13yr old in high school
    LikeReplyReport 71 year ago
  • Chißom2018
    Wonderful
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • c4tm1lq
    Intermediate 9/10 in 1.18 mins; as a middle school student. :]
    LikeReplyReport 111 year ago
  • jjmoore122874
    Advanced 10/10 in 58 seconds. I thought this was supposed to be difficult.
    LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
  • ISSAH
    Interesting
    LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • beverlyd.89622
    It was enjoyable for me! It made me think about my school days.
    LikeReplyReport 71 year ago
  • kryten
    10/10 in 1 minute 10 seconds I am not that bright either :0)
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
    • doni_t
      Impressive score and time that you achieved, please don’t say that you’re not that “bright”, I’m jealous of your score/time
      LikeReplyReport 71 year ago
    • kryten
      Thank you for the compliment. I am very good with English vocabulary, but not much else ;o)
      LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
    • k.or.g
      ☕ WOW! Great job. Mine was double that time and I did not get them all right. The ding dong sound scared me!
      LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
  • Shadycrow41
    only 2 wrong awsome!
    LikeReplyReport 111 year ago
  • aisha_a
    Good
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
  • connieh.50293
    100% cool
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
  • jamese.84732
    Par excellent. Consistently running 10/10, 9/10 Intermediate. I haven't tried Advanced as yet.
    LikeReplyReport 71 year ago
  • barb_b
    Advance =10/10 in 55 seconds
    disappointed the celebration/ fireworks is the same on all tests

    I would of liked a gold star
    LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
    • jamese.84732
      I’ll award you a “Gold Star” in the absence of any other for time completion for my 10/10’s are hamstrung at 70-80 sec. for want of screen delays betwixt queries. And I am using an iPhone 11 w/14.4 iOS Operating Systems. 
      LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • OdehCJ
    it seemed at first like it was all guess work, but I learnt a lot
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • victorm.41045
    Quiz getting more interesting at intermediary
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • EeshaMaryam
    10 points in just 1 minute and 4 seconds. Yayyy!!
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
  • EeshaMaryam
    I got 4 marks at first, but didn't gave up. Now I have 10 marks! It seems hard work really is rewarded, after all. I'm so happy!
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
  • tomfredjames
    57 seconds 9/10
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • jamese.84732
    Fun and engaging, while didactic.
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • Kimgold596
    Love this word quiz
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • TheSeekerofallknowledge
    I enjoyed taking it. Even though I got one of the questions wrong. The added pressure of it being timed. played a factor in that. I’m sure
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
  • beverley_j
    Love the word quiz, I scored 10/10 feeling pleased with myself
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • Gengen
    I got 10 out of 10 in 1:58 and was dead chuffed until I saw SnipersNest’a time of 1:32!!! Touché Mr Bond (stroking cat...)
    LikeReplyReport 31 year ago
  • SnipersNest
    Interesting quiz. Thanks for making it freely available. I had not realised the quiz was timed. After I noticed, I found the time taken to load the questions enormously frustrating. I did get 10/10. Although, looking at the triumphant comments, 1m 32s is far too slow for my liking. Could Do Better... 
    LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
  • SnipersNest
    This definition, along with the answer: '5. causing disapproval or protest
    obnoxious' is an inappropriate definition (sorry, but for unknown reasons all text after 'obnoxious' is in green).
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • len_m
    7/10 - 01:43 - Advanced

    That was a pretty good quiz, thanks!
    LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • nadezhda_v
    Thank you for the quiz.
    LikeReplyReport 51 year ago
  • TheSaxophoneChiwawa
    i got 7/10 in 1:04
    LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
    • EeshaMaryam
      Nice try! I got 10/10 in 1 min and 4sec, though. ;)
      LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
  • donnab.35082
    Fun for the brain & I like your name "acronimous". Thank you!
    LikeReplyReport 91 year ago
  • sarath_b
    MANY thanks for timely opportunity!!!
    LikeReplyReport 121 year ago
  • DeanSJ
    Great breather for toxic moments at work! Great pastime when not busy! Great game!
    LikeReplyReport 101 year ago
  • Shatzee
    Please continue...stimulating
    LikeReplyReport 81 year ago
  • lanz_d
    10/10! I finally appreciate having to copy up to 25 pages of the dictionary as punishment in the 5th grade - 56 years ago. Thank you, Ms. Moody!
    LikeReplyReport 171 year ago
    • jamese.84732
      A big 10-4, from a 10/10, on extracurricular activities. A few times, I found myself at the chalkboard after 1505 hrs when school let out. A “Moody Bloom” ✍
      LikeReplyReport 61 year ago
    • EeshaMaryam
      OMG! Lol!!
      LikeReplyReport 21 year ago
  • crystalm.05260
    That was intense but fun!
    LikeReplyReport 82 years ago
    • jamese.84732
      Funny that you mention this as I feel the same intensity yet calm at once at both sites, Facebook’s “Quiz Planet” and definitions.net’s perfectly structured (formatted) vocab., an odd blend, I know. 
      LikeReplyReport 41 year ago
  • vernisha_l
    Love it
    LikeReplyReport 42 years ago
  • Roxyiam
    Very entertaining. Thx!
    LikeReplyReport 42 years ago
  • Kellybeme
    Creative definitions.
    LikeReplyReport 22 years ago
  • mk90sha
    Superb
    LikeReplyReport 32 years ago
  • david5372
    So far, So good. I am here to LEARN as well as participate
    LikeReplyReport 42 years ago
  • Bantaramrajesh333
    NYCE
    LikeReplyReport 32 years ago
  • MochaC.1
    I need to start back reading the dictionary
    LikeReplyReport 72 years ago
  • slg2015rs
    love this
    LikeReplyReport 82 years ago

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