Only People With A PhD Can Define 75% Of These Advanced Words. Can You?

Warning: Your best friend better be a dictionary!

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 May 30, 2020
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Question: 1/18Choose Your Answer:


Apathetic
Boring
Uninterested
Helpless

Question: 2/18Choose Your Answer:


Insane
Ill
Energetic
Tired

Question: 3/18Choose Your Answer:


Amorphous
Shapeless
Crooked
Dripping

Question: 4/18Choose Your Answer:


Hapless
Flexible
Unfortunate
Broken

Question: 5/18Choose Your Answer:


Panache
Style
Help
Intelligence

Question: 6/18Choose Your Answer:


Contusion
Streak
Bruise
Noise

Question: 7/18Choose Your Answer:


Envy
Jealous
Uptight
Excited

Question: 8/18Choose Your Answer:


Eclectic
Uniform
Diverse
Narrow

Question: 9/18Choose Your Answer:


Cajole
Persuade
Punish
Hide

Question: 10/18Choose Your Answer:


Adamant
Embarrassed
Insistent
Proud

Question: 11/18Choose Your Answer:


Bashful
Confused
Loud
Timid

Question: 12/18Choose Your Answer:


Affluent
Talkative
Annoyed
Wealthy

Question: 13/18Choose Your Answer:


Exacerbate
Lift
Worsen
Teach

Question: 14/18Choose Your Answer:


Voracious
Eager
Disgusted
Unhappy

Question: 15/18Choose Your Answer:


Ambitious
Weird
Poor
Desire

Question: 16/18Choose Your Answer:


Flummox
Confuse
Break
Injure

Question: 17/18Choose Your Answer:


Beset
Smile
Attack
Kiss

Question: 18/18Choose Your Answer:


Feign
Cry
Read
Fake
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Just how well-spoken are you? Did you know that the average person says anywhere from 7,000 to 20,000 words per day? On top of that, the average native English speaker knows between 20,000 to 35,000 words. That might sound like a lot of words, but only true English language masters are able to speak with an even higher range of vocab words. If you've found yourself on this page, chances are you're probably someone who likes to learn new words all the time. Of course, vocabulary isn't just a feel-good hobby. It helps us understand others and convey meaning effectively. A deep vocabulary allows you to be more intentional about your message.

How does yours measure up? Are you above or below average? Love learning lexicon, juggling jargon and topping off your terminology? Do you REALLY know what these vocabulary words mean? Try your skills with this quiz and see if you could hack it in a college English class. Women.com's vocab quizzes offer you plenty of free vocabulary tests, which are the best way to boost your verbal skills. Our word games will help you increase your vocabulary IQ, up your English grades, and impress your friends with your word choice. We know you have it in you to get the top score on the first attempt. If you just try hard enough and concentrate while taking this quiz, you could master it! Remember, no cheating on this quiz. Put the dictionaries and thesauruses away! Best of luck to you! We'll think you need it!