Can You Define These 12 Obsolete Words?

...because we should really start using words like 'curglaff' and 'quockerwodger' again!
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Question 1/12

messiahsmandate.org
What does the word "snoutfair" mean?
dog lover
crowded county fair
a good looking person
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Question 2/12

wordpress.com
What does the word "fuzzle" mean?
to confuse
to intoxicate
a fun puzzle
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ytimg.com
What does the word "lumming" mean?
a type of drumming
heavy rain
the time of year between spring and summer
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Question 4/12

examiner.com
What does the word "cockalorum" mean?
a little man with a high opinion of himself
someone who loves nature but is trapped indoors
a fantasy book enthusiast
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huffpost.com
What does the word "twattle" mean?
to bargain
to window shop
to gossip
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Question 6/12

epicdash.com
What does the word "jargogle" mean?
to confuse
to see a mirage
a holiday dessert
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Question 7/12

wordpress.com
What does the word "crapulous" mean?
to feel ill because of excessive eating or drinking
to wake up with a sudden-onset illness
to feel faint
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Question 8/12

blogspot.com
What does the word "brabble" mean?
to argue loudly about something inconsequential
to go thrift shopping
to gossip about a family member's problems
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Question 9/12

wordpress.com
What does the word "beef-witted" mean?
confused
stupid
jolly
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Question 10/12

imgur.com
What does the word "lethophobia" mean?
a fear of obvlivion
a fear of sleeping
a fear of laziness
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Question 11/12

awonderfuldog.com
What does the word "slubberdegullion" mean?
a drug dealer
a slobbering person
a cafeteria worker
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Question 12/12

ytimg.com
What does the word "groak" mean?
to burp from overeating
to be envious of another person's belongings
to silently watch someone while eating, hoping you'll be invited to join
Result
You must be from one of the younger generations, which is why you've never heard any of these funny words before. Time to try and bring them back into modern lingo!

C+, Modern Linguist

ebaumsworld.com
Right!
You are clearly a word lover, or else you wouldn't have known the meanings of any of these fun, older words. Great job!

B+, Word Lover

amazonaws.com
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You, my friend, are a true old word expert. Now it's time to make them popular again! Congratulations on a quiz well done.

A+, Old Words Expert

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1
What does the word "snoutfair" mean?
dog lover
crowded county fair
a good looking person
2
What does the word "fuzzle" mean?
to confuse
to intoxicate
a fun puzzle
3
What does the word "lumming" mean?
a type of drumming
heavy rain
the time of year between spring and summer
4
What does the word "cockalorum" mean?
a little man with a high opinion of himself
someone who loves nature but is trapped indoors
a fantasy book enthusiast
5
What does the word "twattle" mean?
to bargain
to window shop
to gossip
6
What does the word "jargogle" mean?
to confuse
to see a mirage
a holiday dessert
7
What does the word "crapulous" mean?
to feel ill because of excessive eating or drinking
to wake up with a sudden-onset illness
to feel faint
8
What does the word "brabble" mean?
to argue loudly about something inconsequential
to go thrift shopping
to gossip about a family member's problems
9
What does the word "beef-witted" mean?
confused
stupid
jolly
10
What does the word "lethophobia" mean?
a fear of obvlivion
a fear of sleeping
a fear of laziness
11
What does the word "slubberdegullion" mean?
a drug dealer
a slobbering person
a cafeteria worker
12
What does the word "groak" mean?
to burp from overeating
to be envious of another person's belongings
to silently watch someone while eating, hoping you'll be invited to join