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Can You Define These Words Of Incredible Length?

Do you think your vocabulary is better than most? Put it to the test with this tricky quiz and find out if you can define these words of incredible length! You might just surprise yourself!
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Match the definition to the word: Accoutrements.
Friendship
Accessories
Backlash

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Match the definition to the word: Unencumbered.
To be clumsy
To be free or unburdened
To untie

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Match the definition to the word: Saxicolous.
One who is grieving
One who is immoral
One who lives under a rock

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Match the definition to the word: Magnanimous.
To be anonymous
To be courageously noble
To be selfless

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Match the definition to the word: Luminescent.
Emitting heat
Emitting light
To warn or beckon

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Match the definition to the word: Anachronistic.
Out of date
Without rules
Monochrome

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Match the definition to the word: Demagogue.
To be of one religion
A rabblerouser
An orphan

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Match the definition to the word: Hackneyed.
Worn out by over use
Singular in thought
Old fashioned

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Match the definition to the word: Inconsequential.
Unimportant or trivial
Boastful
Moderate

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Match the definition to the word: Ostentatious
To be infertile
To abstain from sex
Showing or displaying wealth

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Match the definition to the word: Rancorous.
To be bitter or hateful
To suffer
To emit odor

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Match the definition to the word: Sententiousness.
Excessive moralizing
To refrain or hold back
To imply sentimentality

C+, Lengthy Word Average

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This quiz revealed that you have an average knowledge of lengthy and big words! Though you're not an expert on these unique vocabulary words just yet, you demonstrated a great degree of promise! You're on your way!

B+, Big Word Brilliant

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This quiz revealed that you are brilliant when it comes to defining big words and words of great length! You've got the language skills to quickly break down a word to its root, making it easy to garner context and information. Go you!

A+, Vocabulary Expert

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You are a true blue vocabulary expert! It's clear that you paid attention during your high school and college English lessons. Not only did these word prove a breeze for you to define, but we suspect this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to your impressive vocabulary knowledge!
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1
Match the definition to the word: Accoutrements.
Friendship
Accessories
Backlash
2
Match the definition to the word: Unencumbered.
To be clumsy
To be free or unburdened
To untie
3
Match the definition to the word: Saxicolous.
One who is grieving
One who is immoral
One who lives under a rock
4
Match the definition to the word: Magnanimous.
To be anonymous
To be courageously noble
To be selfless
5
Match the definition to the word: Luminescent.
Emitting heat
Emitting light
To warn or beckon
6
Match the definition to the word: Anachronistic.
Out of date
Without rules
Monochrome
7
Match the definition to the word: Demagogue.
To be of one religion
A rabblerouser
An orphan
8
Match the definition to the word: Hackneyed.
Worn out by over use
Singular in thought
Old fashioned
9
Match the definition to the word: Inconsequential.
Unimportant or trivial
Boastful
Moderate
10
Match the definition to the word: Ostentatious
To be infertile
To abstain from sex
Showing or displaying wealth
11
Match the definition to the word: Rancorous.
To be bitter or hateful
To suffer
To emit odor
12
Match the definition to the word: Sententiousness.
Excessive moralizing
To refrain or hold back
To imply sentimentality

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