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The ''Harsh Words. No More.'' Quiz

These words may sound harsh, but do they actually mean something positive? Find out and have a go! 8 Questions.

 
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What is the meaning of the word ''urbane''?

  • Reflecting elegance and sophistication.
  • Thin and light.
  • Promising success; propitious; opportune.
  • Absolutely trustworthy or sure.

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What is the meaning of the word ''recondite''?

  • Thin and light.
  • Taking or showing extreme care.
  • Dealing with very profound or difficult subject matter
  • To enchant, to charm.

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What is the meaning of the word ''bewitching''?

  • Characterized by excessive piousness or moralistic fervor; suave.
  • Charming; agreeable; pleasing.
  • To enchant; charm; fascinate.
  • Congenial or like-minded; likable.

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What is the meaning of the word ''unctuous''?

  • Characterized by excessive piousness or moralistic fervor; suave.
  • Thin and light.
  • Absolutely trustworthy or sure.
  • Charming; agreeable; pleasing.

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What is the meaning of the word ''meticulous''?

  • Cheerful readiness, promptness, or willingness.
  • Charmingly or exquisitely beautiful.
  • Taking or showing extreme care about minute details; precise; thorough.
  • A power of pleasing or attracting.

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What is the meaning of the word ''punctilious''?

  • Strict or exact in the observance of the formalities or amenities of conduct or actions.
  • Promising success; propitious; opportune.
  • Congenial or like-minded; likable.
  • Dealing with very profound or difficult subject matter.

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What is the meaning of the word ''gossamery''?

  • Thin and light.
  • Showing a strict regard for what one considers right; principled.
  • Charming; agreeable; pleasing.
  • To enchant; charm; fascinate.

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What is the meaning of the word ''ingratiating''?

  • Charming; agreeable; pleasing.
  • To enchant; charm; fascinate.
  • Promising success; propitious; opportune.
  • Presenting favorable conditions; favorable.

 

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