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How Good Is Your Vocabulary?

Are you really as articulate and astute as you think? Or do you only think you know the meanings of ‘articulate’ and ‘astute?’ Take this quiz now to find out!

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Question 1/12

colourbox.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: the manner in which something is expressed in words
diction
syntax
condescension

Question 2/12

salon.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: a sudden, short attack
foray
lopsided
lacksadaiscal

Question 3/12

ptasocial.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: motivation deriving from a personal ethical or moral principles
conscious
conscience
cognizant

Question 4/12

dailymail.co.uk
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Pick the word that matches this definition: provide physical relief (i.e. from pain)
evoke
indict
assuage

Question 5/12

huffpost.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: appearing or behaving as if one thinks one is superior to others
obsolete
supercilious
precocious

Question 6/12

onsugar.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: surrender/relinquish to the physical, or otherwise, control of another
decide
concede
precede

Question 7/12

tffa.org
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Pick the word that matches this definition: to evaluate value or quality
invoke
appraise
filibust

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slate.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: lasting two years or occurring every two years
biennial
biannual
bicentennial

Question 9/12

nest4mums.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: to leave a place for another place
emigrate
immigrate
illicit

Question 10/12

net.au
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Pick the word that matches this definition: giving the impression that something bad or unpleasant is going to happen
auspicious
ominous
suspicious

Question 11/12

wrightslaw.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: a kinder term or phrase used in place of one that is considered harsh or too frank
allegory
euphemism
hyperbole

Question 12/12

q108.com
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Pick the word that matches this definition: to use or spend extravagantly or wastefuly
chastise
reciprocate
squander

C+, Vocab Novice

godofevolution.com
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Hm, seems like you haven't spent enough time in the pages of a dictionary recently. That's okay though, you don't need these kinds of fancy words to let your thoughts be heard!

B+, Dictionary Reader

salon.com
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You've definitely perused through a dictionary a couple of times. Good job with these tricky vocabulary words!

A+, Vocabulary Whiz

melodyhossaini.com
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You've proven to be a true lover of words. Amazing job with this quiz, you vocabulary whiz!
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1
Pick the word that matches this definition: the manner in which something is expressed in words
diction
syntax
condescension
2
Pick the word that matches this definition: a sudden, short attack
foray
lopsided
lacksadaiscal
3
Pick the word that matches this definition: motivation deriving from a personal ethical or moral principles
conscious
conscience
cognizant
4
Pick the word that matches this definition: provide physical relief (i.e. from pain)
evoke
indict
assuage
5
Pick the word that matches this definition: appearing or behaving as if one thinks one is superior to others
obsolete
supercilious
precocious
6
Pick the word that matches this definition: surrender/relinquish to the physical, or otherwise, control of another
decide
concede
precede
7
Pick the word that matches this definition: to evaluate value or quality
invoke
appraise
filibust
8
Pick the word that matches this definition: lasting two years or occurring every two years
biennial
biannual
bicentennial
9
Pick the word that matches this definition: to leave a place for another place
emigrate
immigrate
illicit
10
Pick the word that matches this definition: giving the impression that something bad or unpleasant is going to happen
auspicious
ominous
suspicious
11
Pick the word that matches this definition: a kinder term or phrase used in place of one that is considered harsh or too frank
allegory
euphemism
hyperbole
12
Pick the word that matches this definition: to use or spend extravagantly or wastefuly
chastise
reciprocate
squander

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