Vocabulary Quiz 1

This quiz consists of words taken from Vocabulary Lists Week 1 through Week 5. Note: Some questions will require you to choose the best word for the definition provided while other questions will require you to choose the correct definition for the given word.

published on August 30, 201122 responses 1 5.0★ / 5

Clairvoyant

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(adj.) flippant, bold
(adj.) able to perceive things that normal people cannot
(adj.) marked off, bounded

(v.) to flood with abundance

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Revel
Coerce
Inundate

(v.) to confuse or annoy

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Vex
Elude
Carouse

(n.) a grossly inferior imitation

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Travesty
Wrath
Adulation

Fickle

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(adj.) deeply affecting, moving
(adj.) fervent, filled with eagerness in pursuit of something
(adj.) shifting in character

Dispel

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(v.) to drive away, scatter
(v.) to attack
(v.) to add details, enhance

Vehemently

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(adj.) demonstrating tolerance or gentleness
(adj.) marked by intense force or emotion
(adj.) in a state of sluggishness or apathy

(v.) to evade, escape

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Revel
Elude
Wallow

Laceration

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(n.) a cut, tear
(n.) extreme praise
(n.) the work in which someone is employed, profession

(v.) to spread throughout, saturate

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Permeate
Fathom
Lavish

(adj.) believing that the existence of God cannot be proven or disproven

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Astute
Zealous
Agnostic

(adj.) small in quantity

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Paucity
Accommodating
Fervent

(adj.) deeply affecting, moving

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Vociferous
Zealous
Poignant

Ostentatious

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(adj.) very clever, crafty
(adj.) excessivley showy, glitzy
(adj.) doubtful, of uncertain quality

Deferential

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(adj.) burdensome
(adj.) necessary for completeness
(adj.) showing respect for another's authority

(v.) to change or alter in form

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Assail
Embellish
Transmute

Myriad

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(adj.) consisting of a very great number
(adj.) helpful, obliging, polite
(adj.) able to perceive things that normal people cannot

(v.) to make somebody do something by force or threat

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Vex
Wrath
Coerce

Stagnate

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(v.) to drive away, scatter
(v.) to become or remain inactive, not develope, not flow
(v.) to flood with abundance

Lenient

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(adj.) demonstrating tolerance or gentleness
(adj.) villainous
(adj.) having a lying, false character