Quiz: Only People With A 140 IQ Can Identify These 22 Multi-Meaning Words

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Are you a word genius? If you can identify the appropriate multi-meaning word for each definition, then you definitely are!

A vocabulary and grammar quiz that tests the ability to distinguish words based on their multiple definitions.

 Oct 07, 2017
1 of 22Pick your answer!
To hold someone down
Ask
Stake
Pin
2 of 22Pick your answer!
When your cell phone is outside of its usual range
Post
Roam
Glow
3 of 22Pick your answer!
What everything is made of
Blank
Matter
Coat
4 of 22Pick your answer!
What you stick in the ground to hold something up
Stake
Super
Ask
5 of 22Pick your answer!
A layer of something put on top of another layer
Stake
Coat
Post
6 of 22Pick your answer!
Empty, a void
Ask
Blank
Quarter
7 of 22Pick your answer!
A low shining light
Coat
Super
Glow
8 of 22Pick your answer!
A warm jacket
Coat
Stake
Matter
9 of 22Pick your answer!
What you aim to hit with a bowling ball
Stake
Post
Pin
10 of 22Pick your answer!
When someone feels great, you may say they...
Roam
Glow
Super
11 of 22Pick your answer!
To pose a question
Ask
Blank
Pin
12 of 22Pick your answer!
A pier where you can keep a boat
Post
Dock
Pin
13 of 22Pick your answer!
To wander aimlessly
Roam
Ask
Dock
14 of 22Pick your answer!
25 cents
Glow
Blank
Quarter
15 of 22Pick your answer!
To set a price
Stake
Dock
Ask
16 of 22Pick your answer!
A gun cartridge with powder but no bullet
Pin
Blank
Coat
17 of 22Pick your answer!
Something important
Ask
Super
Matter
18 of 22Pick your answer!
Like a landlord
Matter
Dock
Super
19 of 22Pick your answer!
A share in an enterprise
Dock
Blank
Stake
20 of 22Pick your answer!
A room or lodging
Coat
Quarter
Post
21 of 22Pick your answer!
Subject to a deduction
Stake
Dock
Ask
22 of 22Pick your answer!
Really great
Quarter
Matter
Super
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