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Can You Identify The Meaning of These Interesting English Words?

English has over a million words, and more are added every day. Can you determine the meaning of these strange and fun words?

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What is a "blind pig"? As in, "That is one smelly blind pig."
A place where alcoholic drinks are sold illigally
A person who stumbles around without coordination
A really stupid pig

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What is a "chiliad"? As in, "It will take a chiliad to get done."
a lot of work
a thousand years or things
a substantial investment

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What does, "divagate" mean? As in, "After a long time, he started to divagate from the plan."
to stray or digress
to fall behind
to add to

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What does "dwaal" mean? As in, "You’re in a real dwaal!"
a crazy person
an amazing person
an absent minded state

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What does, "ensorcell" mean? As in, "He was a child when the power of a mythic image first ensorcelled him."
motivated
scared him
enchant; fascinate

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What does "eye candy" mean? As in, "This movie looks like tasty eye candy."
decorative and intricate
something that makes you hungry to look at
superficially attractive or appealing

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What does, "flatline" mean? As in, "Her career has flatlined about three times already."
florished
to die
become meaningless

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What does, "goodfella" mean? As in, "He was a goodfella."
god parent
member of the mafia
kind and caring man

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What does "hinky" mean? As in, "He knew the guy was hinky."
suspect and dishonest
having many connections with people
sneaky and scheming

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What does, "lollygag"mean? As in, "She goes to Arizona every January to lollygag in the sun."
exercise
spend time idle
be boisterous

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What does, "misogamy" mean? As in, "There was a prevalence of misogamy."
fear of marriage
hatred of marriage
hatred of having only one partner

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What is a "rumpot"? As in, "He was a real rumpot."
habitual heavy drinker
a person who can hold their alcohol
a person who has preference for rum

C+, Conventional Speaker

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Well, thank you for trying. You had trouble answering most, if not all of the questions in this quiz. Your vocabulary isn't extensive, but you are a regular conventional speaker of English.

B+, Expressive Speaker

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Not bad. You managed to answer several of the questions in this quiz correctly. You have a decent English vocabulary and are a truly expressive speaker.

A+, Verbose Speaker

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Impressive. You have a a good grasp of the extensive vocabulary available for English speakers. You managed to answer most, if not all, of the questions in this quiz. You are truly a verbose speaker of English.
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1
What is a "blind pig"? As in, "That is one smelly blind pig."
A place where alcoholic drinks are sold illigally
A person who stumbles around without coordination
A really stupid pig
2
What is a "chiliad"? As in, "It will take a chiliad to get done."
a lot of work
a thousand years or things
a substantial investment
3
What does, "divagate" mean? As in, "After a long time, he started to divagate from the plan."
to stray or digress
to fall behind
to add to
4
What does "dwaal" mean? As in, "You’re in a real dwaal!"
a crazy person
an amazing person
an absent minded state
5
What does, "ensorcell" mean? As in, "He was a child when the power of a mythic image first ensorcelled him."
motivated
scared him
enchant; fascinate
6
What does "eye candy" mean? As in, "This movie looks like tasty eye candy."
decorative and intricate
something that makes you hungry to look at
superficially attractive or appealing
7
What does, "flatline" mean? As in, "Her career has flatlined about three times already."
florished
to die
become meaningless
8
What does, "goodfella" mean? As in, "He was a goodfella."
god parent
member of the mafia
kind and caring man
9
What does "hinky" mean? As in, "He knew the guy was hinky."
suspect and dishonest
having many connections with people
sneaky and scheming
10
What does, "lollygag"mean? As in, "She goes to Arizona every January to lollygag in the sun."
exercise
spend time idle
be boisterous
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What does, "misogamy" mean? As in, "There was a prevalence of misogamy."
fear of marriage
hatred of marriage
hatred of having only one partner
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What is a "rumpot"? As in, "He was a real rumpot."
habitual heavy drinker
a person who can hold their alcohol
a person who has preference for rum

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