Only 17% Of People Can Pass This Harvard Vocabulary Quiz. Will You?

This Harvard level vocabulary quiz isn't for the faint of heart! Only 17% of people managed to pass this quiz with ease. Are you going to be one of them? Embark on this journey of literary quizdom and find out just how much you know!
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Question 1/10

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Match the word to the definition: Producing no result or effect.
Futile
Trenchant
Blasphemous
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Question 2/10

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Match the word to the definition: A worker who travels around traveling; especially for work.
Peripatetic
Raconteur
Jalopy
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Question 3/10

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Match the word to the definition: A sworn written statement.
Proclamation
Discernment
Affidavit
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Question 4/10

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Match the word to the definition: An old saying generally considered to be true.
Fable
Adage
Aside
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Question 5/10

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Match the word to the definition: A suspension of an activity.
Moratorium
Canard
Easement
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Question 6/10

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Match the word to the definition: An ill-tempered person.
Augment
Curmudgeon
Gird
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Question 7/10

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Match the word to the definition: To violate the sacred character of a place.
Augment
Desecrate
Apotheosis
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Question 8/10

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Match the word to the definition: To recognize or perceive the difference.
Adulterate
Discriminate
Deride
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Question 9/10

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Match the word to the definition: To appear; to show clearly; obvious.
Blatant
Manifest
Forsake
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Question 10/10

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Match the word to the definition: To have amorous affairs.
Consecrate
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Result
Okay, so SAT vocab isn't your thing! Perhaps you'd kill it on the math section instead. Before you start chasing big vocabulary dreams again, you might want to study up. Having a big vocabulary might seem boring, but it's totally worth it in the end! No go show em what you're made of. dagafgaaggggggg

C+, Study Up

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Not only could you crush an SAT and get into Harvard, but you could earn your way into any college in the US! Clearly, you're a well read person who prides yourself on having a big vocabulary. After all, you like to hold your own in any conversation your in, especially one with other academics.

B+, Harvard Vocab Crusher

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Let's face it, you could still earn top marks on the vocab section of the SATs today and get into Harvard! In fact, you'd totally crush it. Not only could you get into any college you want, but you can hold your own in a conversation with academics and students. Your vocab knowledge is simply out of this world!

A+, Harvard Awesome

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1
Match the word to the definition: Producing no result or effect.
Futile
Trenchant
Blasphemous
2
Match the word to the definition: A worker who travels around traveling; especially for work.
Peripatetic
Raconteur
Jalopy
3
Match the word to the definition: A sworn written statement.
Proclamation
Discernment
Affidavit
4
Match the word to the definition: An old saying generally considered to be true.
Fable
Adage
Aside
5
Match the word to the definition: A suspension of an activity.
Moratorium
Canard
Easement
6
Match the word to the definition: An ill-tempered person.
Augment
Curmudgeon
Gird
7
Match the word to the definition: To violate the sacred character of a place.
Augment
Desecrate
Apotheosis
8
Match the word to the definition: To recognize or perceive the difference.
Adulterate
Discriminate
Deride
9
Match the word to the definition: To appear; to show clearly; obvious.
Blatant
Manifest
Forsake
10
Match the word to the definition: To have amorous affairs.
Consecrate
Philander
Proscribe