The Defining Words Quiz
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What is the meaning of the word ''captious''?
Marked by a disposition to find trivial faults
One who performs on a tightrope or a slack rope
Something which is hard to grab
One who is spiteful and hard to understand
What is the meaning of the word ''bibulous''?
To be told to do something hard
One who is honest only in public
Somebody who is overpaying somebody for their job
Given to or marked by the consumption of alcoholic drink
What is the meaning of the word ''malapropism''?
To laugh at a quote and to publicly shame the person too
One who dislikes something on purpose to give grief to another
Something which has four side boarding
Ludicrous misuse of a word
What is a ''tricorn''?
A hat having the brim turned up on three sides
A place which is three pointed
A farm which sweetcorn
A name for a sugar plant
What is the meaning of the word ''tenebrous''?
Something which used very little
Something which is slow and old
Something which is dark and gloomy
If you lie about something but it turns out to look real
What is the meaning of the word ''braggadocio''?
Empty or pretentious bragging
The killing of a wife by her husband
A sudden gust of wind
A type of commotion
What is the meaning of the word ''bruit''?
What is the meaning of the word ''embonpoint''?
The condition of being plump , stoutness
Any of the long stiff hairs that project from the snout
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