Quiz: You'll Only Know The Meaning Of These 19 Words If You Have A 135+ IQ

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Is your typical daily jargon up to snuff?

Only a vocabulary enthusiast or an English teacher will be able to answer these questions about vocab!

 Sep 19, 2017
1 of 19Pick your answer!
If someone is "apprehensive," it means they are
determined
unsure
similar
2 of 19Pick your answer!
She's putting on quite the _______ for the cameras.
façade
hyperbole
verbiage
3 of 19Pick the correct answer!
Choose a synonym for "concur":
Dilate
Agree
Denounce
4 of 19Pick your answer!
Fill in the blank: That caterpillar is _________.
colossal
exuberant
minuscule
5 of 19Pick your answer!
Define the term: lavish
Optional
extravagant
fraud
6 of 19Pick the correct answer!
Which of the following words has to do with speaking?
Rigid
Dire
Enunciate
7 of 19Pick the correct answer!
Which is a synonym for reprimand?
criticize
enjoy
wash
8 of 19Pick your answer!
If someone has "charisma," then they are ______.
evasive
charming
beautiful
9 of 19Pick the correct answer!
Which word do you associate with walking?
tragedy
masticate
gait
10 of 19Pick the correct answer!
When you say your mother is very gullible, you mean she is _________.
A sailor
Easily fooled
Easily changed
11 of 19Pick the correct answer!
________ refers to slanderous remarks published in print.
Error
Falsify
Libel
12 of 19Pick the correct answer!
Which is another word for hungry?
Famished
Satiated
Vapid
13 of 19Pick the correct answer!
My grandmother's cottage is in a very ________ area
gracious
plethora
remote
14 of 19Pick the correct answer!
The opposite of potent is:
Strong
Wild
Weak
15 of 19Pick your answer!
What is another word for "bias"?
disfavor
prejudice
epitome
16 of 19Pick your answer!
If someone says they are parched, that means they are...
Hungry
Thirsty
Tired
17 of 19Pick the correct answer!
What is another term for "simulate"?
Imitate
Caution
Fiction
18 of 19Pick the correct answer!
She was strict on the first day of school to set a _________ for the year.
purity
fallacy
precedent
19 of 19Pick the correct answer!
Define innovation:
a new method, idea, product, etc.
bitterness, resentment, or envy.
(of love or friendship) intimate and affectionate but not sexual.
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