Call My Bluff Quiz
Based on the old BBC TV show - One word, four definitions, just choose the right one. 10 Questions.
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What does the word 'Gewgaw' mean?
Someone who teaches magic
Any drug which relieves depression
The inside pocket on a suit or coat
A showy thing, especially one that is useless or worthless
What does a 'Tegestologist' do?
Studies porcelain & items made of porcelain
Predicts the movement of stellar objects
Trades with old coins & notes
Collects beer mugs & beer coasters
Which of these is the meaning of the word 'Quodlibertarian'?
Someone who either has been married four times or who is married to four people
A person who will testify to anything for the right price
One who can talk about numerous subjects
A pedantic person who engages in elaborate arguments about minor things
What is the definition of the word 'Buccula'?
A person with huge eyebrows
A double chin
A piece of firewood
An extremely ugly young woman
What is the meaning of the world 'Kalling'?
A headache which covers the entire head
Fortune telling based on what variety of cabbage a blindfolded person picks
Living under rocks
The use of foul or abusive language to relieve stress or ease pain
What does the word 'Tarantism' mean?
An urge to overcome melancholy by dancing
Tyrannical rulership of a husband by his wife
The act of eating raw flesh
Unreasoned hatred of Chris Tarrant
'Tomecide' is a word referring to which of the following?
A neurosis caused by serving in the military
The philosophy that society is built upon individuals helping each other
The act of killing a tom cat
The act of murdering or destroying a book
Which of these is the definition for the word 'Funkify'?
To cause a frog or a toad to fly through the air
To quickly eat one's meal, not taking time to savour it
To spend all your time trying to make money
To run away in fear
What does the word 'Hadeharia' refer to?
Anything considered holy or sacred
The practice of constantly using the word hell in speaking
A government of saints
The crime of beating a person in their own home
What does the word 'Schadenfreude' mean?
A deceptive device or stratagem
Dash or flamboyance in manner or style
Using or marked by the use of a minimum of words
A malicious satisfaction in the misfortunes of others
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