Only Honors English Students Know The Meaning Of These 20 Words. Do You?

How vast is your vocab?

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 Jul 21, 2020
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Question: 1/20Choose Your Answer:


Sinister
Caring
Abnormal
Evil

Question: 2/20Choose Your Answer:


Affluent
Poor
Rich
Single

Question: 3/20Choose Your Answer:


Zeal
Distaste
Passion
Commitment

Question: 4/20Choose Your Answer:


Jargon
Servant
Slang
Address

Question: 5/20Choose Your Answer:


Inebriated
Slow
Drunk
Sorry

Question: 6/20Choose Your Answer:


Eccentric
Boring
Inexperienced
Extraordinary

Question: 7/20Choose Your Answer:


Fathom
Comprehend
Resolve
Question

Question: 8/20Choose Your Answer:


Compulsory
Required
Opaque
Loud

Question: 9/20Choose Your Answer:


Distraught
Upset
Sorry
Happy

Question: 10/20Choose Your Answer:


Emulate
Imitate
Appreciate
Confuse

Question: 11/20Choose Your Answer:


Relinquish
Surrender
Increase
Retain

Question: 12/20Choose Your Answer:


Ally
Supporter
Enemy
Acquaintance

Question: 13/20Choose Your Answer:


Traverse
Build it
Carry it
Cross it

Question: 14/20Choose Your Answer:


Superficial
Smart
Slow
Shallow

Question: 15/20Choose Your Answer:


Diligent
Disinterested
Excited
Thorough

Question: 16/20Choose Your Answer:


Liberal
Progressive
Protective
Plain

Question: 17/20Choose Your Answer:


Awry
Great
Satisfactory
Badly

Question: 18/20Choose Your Answer:


Meticulous
Careful
Dynamic
Sad

Question: 19/20Choose Your Answer:


Adequate
Insufficient
Lacking
Acceptable

Question: 20/20Choose Your Answer:


Jovial
Bewildered
Merry
Creepy
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