What Does This Word MEAN?

 In this English quiz, we're going to test your vocabulary by presenting you with some English words you rarely encounter in your day-to-day, and seeing if you know how to define them!
 
 
A headscarf tied under the chin
A little girl
A chocolate candy
A bonfire made for specifically for cooking fish
 
 
Seeing "stars".
Natural phosphate gases
The expression of dormant genes
The residue of toxic materials left in ocean water
 
 
A sudden attack or violent expression of a particular emotion
An anxiety attack caused by a migraine
The absorption of one twin in the womb by the other
The giving of power of attorney to a relative
 
 
A sequence of real or imaginary images like those seen in a dream
Another name for night terrors
A Christian word for pagan black magic rituals
The haunting of a house or church by an evil spirit
 
 
To remove a stain by rubbing with an abrasive or detergent
to Execute people 10 at a time
To destroy all the lands around a sieged castle
To grimace or give a bitter look
 
 
Given to moralizing in a pompous or affected manner.
Unmoving and unchanging like stone
A Roman commander
Having the properties of marble
 
 
Saying the same thing using different words.
Teaching oneself without the use of teachers.
Giving advice that you do not follow.
Explaining sin and cowardice with reasonable sounding arguments.
 
 
A short, thick stick used as a weapon.
A heavy pirate pistol
A barrel of fish
A type of porridge that was common in Europe last century
 
 
A craftsman who trims and shoes horses' hooves.
A royal messenger who would ride to towns spreading news.
A fencer who has reached legendary status.
A (male) 'gold-digger'
 
 
The handle of a knife, axe, or spear.
The amount of milk a cow gives in a day.
The amount of hay a horse eats in a day.
Throwing something heavy over a wall.
 
 
Minimum number of participants required for something.
A holy gathering of monks.
A singing harmony in seven parts.
A circle of holy stones such as Stonehenge.
 
 
A slight, superficial knowledge.
Another name for stuttering.
The noise we make when we eat.
The noise people make when they're trying to smell something.
 
 
A feeling of listlessness and boredom
Being alone for longer than one can stand
A type of French poem used to describe nature
The sky as seen from the clouds
 
 
Drink heartily
Vomit heartily
Eat Heartily
Sweat Heartily
 
 
Characterized by bitterness or resentment
Characterized by power and strength
Characterized by dwindling strength born from age
Characterized by delusions and hallucinations
Try Again?
Oh, dear! Unfortunately, it seems you don't quite have what it takes to pass your A Level English exam. But don't worry, since all you need to do is sit back and relax with a great collection of literary works, and we're sure you'll see a dramatic improvement in no time at all! Never give up, and be sure to take this test again as soon as you feel ready!
Nicely Done!
Pretty good show! While you didn't get 100% of the answers right, you got enough correct answers to prove that you're no fool when it comes to vocabulary. It clearly shows that you really love English! Don't forget to share this quiz with your friends and family to see if they're as smart as you are!
Superb Vocabulary!
Outstanding! Your incredible score shows that you've certainly done a lot of reading in your life since your range of vocabulary is off the wall! We'd be very surprised if you weren't a native English speaker since obtaining such a result would take many years of dedicated study. Congratulations from all of us at BabaMail, we're looking forward to hearing your speech at graduation!
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