Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | The centre of an archery butt |
1 Sag 2 Boitier vert 3 White 4 Poor-john 5 Corporal | |

2 | To shut up, as a hawk is shut up in a mew |
1 Quit 2 Prorogue 3 Vinewed 4 Enmew 5 Sliver | |

3 | A kind of coarse sacking |
1 Longly 2 Dowlas 3 Tawdry-lace 4 Forced 5 Skinker | |

4 | Charlock, wild mustard |
1 Chace 2 Margent 3 Serjeant 4 Harlock 5 Shovel-board | |

5 | Int. off with you! |
1 Can 2 Vinewed 3 Wreakful 4 Orgulous 5 Via | |

6 | Late, behindhand |
1 Lag 2 Burgonet 3 Pleached 4 Ingraft 5 Ephesian | |

7 | Stained, dark, as with umber |
1 Germen 2 Nephew 3 Denotement 4 Umbered 5 Duc-dame | |

8 | The same as 'swarth.' |
1 Roynish 2 Swath 3 Broken music 4 Pelting 5 Worm | |

9 | Thieving |
1 Pugging 2 Fang 3 Quaint 4 Staggers 5 Motive | |

10 | Dashing, smashing |
1 Curb 2 Waftage 3 Swashing 4 Shriving-time 5 Mallecho | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | Youth, young man |
1 Hair 2 Napkin 3 Cobloaf 4 Principality 5 Juvenal | |

12 | To disguise |
1 Cade 2 Daub 3 Tell 4 Frank 5 Trundle-tail | |

13 | An ass |
1 Assinego 2 Sans 3 Enfeoff 4 Incapable 5 Appeared | |

14 | An unripe peascod |
1 Humorous 2 Plight 3 Rood 4 Squash 5 Leiger | |

15 | Spy |
1 Remotion 2 Allowance 3 Abridgement 4 Spial 5 Polled | |

16 | A three-stringed fiddle |
1 Rebeck 2 Shrewd 3 Red-plague 4 Quillet 5 Trojan | |

17 | Truncheon |
1 Cry 2 Outward 3 Dansker 4 Scant 5 Warder | |

18 | Unnatural |
1 Biggen 2 Spial 3 Unkind 4 Dowlas 5 Stomach | |

19 | Inadequately |
1 Index 2 Waist 3 Chace 4 Mandragora 5 Rawly | |

20 | Procurer |
1 Horn-mad 2 Bawd 3 Sad 4 Quiddit 5 Tightly | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | To brand with folly |
1 Nick 2 Recorder 3 Troth-plight 4 Crow-keeper 5 True | |

22 | A rebel |
1 Skill 2 Revolt 3 Misprision 4 Picked 5 Poise | |

23 | A wencher |
1 Prig 2 Facinorous 3 Nick 4 Corinthian 5 Generations | |

24 | A hundred of anything, whether men, prayers, or anything else |
1 Century 2 Discontent 3 Include 4 Important 5 Rebate | |

25 | To do up, lift up |
1 Provand 2 Use 3 Concupy 4 Bosom 5 Dup | |

26 | Capacious |
1 Whitster 2 Wee 3 Gallowglass 4 Captious 5 Setebos | |

27 | A familiar word for a hare |
1 Drabbing 2 Slubber 3 Vinewed 4 Spring 5 Wat | |

28 | Called |
1 Preciously 2 Carack 3 Hight 4 Swath 5 Voluntary | |

29 | To conclude |
1 Extend 2 Must 3 Determine 4 Helm 5 Hight | |

30 | A ferry |
1 Tallow-catch 2 Diverted 3 Foison 4 Tranect 5 Intentively | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | One who goes in search of another |
1 Vastidity 2 Customer 3 Frontier 4 Scull 5 Questrist | |

32 | To prepare oneself |
1 Well said 2 Frippery 3 Taxation 4 Address 5 Armigero | |

33 | Land which is not common but appropriated |
1 Unowed 2 Fear 3 Several 4 Greet 5 Suddenly | |

34 | Eyes |
1 Commonty 2 Clepe 3 Eyne 4 Livelihood 5 Countervail | |

35 | Death, applied to animals of the chase |
1 Veney 2 Mort 3 Huswife 4 Theorick 5 Iteration | |

36 | Embrace |
1 Nowl 2 Embrasure 3 Hebenon 4 Wreak 5 Inclining | |

37 | Swaddling |
1 Bate 2 Sumpter 3 Swathling 4 Gorbellied 5 Handsaw | |

38 | Talents, endowment |
1 Vade 2 Gifts 3 Dear 4 Stay 5 Gib | |

39 | That which falls to a man by lot |
1 Open 2 Worm 3 Lottery 4 Pomewater 5 Hit | |

40 | Theft, fraud |
1 Recheat 2 Crestless 3 Flap-jack 4 Wealth 5 Conveyance | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | Forbidden |
1 Primer 2 Tercel 3 Consort 4 Forbode 5 Incensed | |

42 | The post allotted to a soldier |
1 Hurtle 2 Vailing 3 Leasing 4 Quarter 5 Raught | |

43 | Supreme, without superior |
1 Executor 2 Engrossment 3 Misprision 4 Topless 5 Cornuto | |

44 | Scurvy, scabby |
1 Eminence 2 Scald 3 Remorseful 4 Crants 5 Countenance | |

45 | To scramble |
1 Proper-false 2 Approver 3 Scamble 4 Anthropophaginian 5 Taking | |

46 | A detached troop or company of soldiers |
1 Count confect 2 Afront 3 Distraction 4 Corrival 5 Flirt-gill | |

47 | A limer or slow hound |
1 Simular 2 Lym 3 Shot 4 Curtail 5 Dotant | |

48 | A he-cat |
1 Gib 2 Table-book 3 Swear 4 Denier 5 Undertaker | |

49 | Used as an a piece of waste wood, applied contemptuously to anything worthless |
1 Living 2 Bavin 3 Moonish 4 Quicken 5 Chare | |

50 | Advisement |
1 Cavalero 2 Authentic 3 Vizament 4 Quicken 5 Fair | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | Found only in the imperative mood, get thee gone |
1 Noble 2 Tag 3 Aroint 4 Unexpressive 5 Square | |

52 | Death, ending |
1 Exigent 2 Recheat 3 Younker 4 Tricked 5 Complement | |

53 | A kind of punishment |
1 Strappado 2 Know 3 Fills 4 Quell 5 Diffused | |

54 | A weal |
1 Whelk 2 Trundle-tail 3 Rapture 4 Vaunt 5 Propertied | |

55 | To face down |
1 Whittle 2 Little 3 Out-look 4 Thrid 5 Lay | |

56 | A fine fellow |
1 Canakin 2 Occupation 3 Bawcock 4 Defeat 5 Toys | |

57 | Ignorant |
1 Wit 2 Conceit 3 Skilless 4 Nighted 5 Yellows | |

58 | Floss-silk |
1 Faculty 2 Sleave 3 Seated 4 Warder 5 Balked | |

59 | To hold, to esteem, to have consideration for |
1 Paritor 2 Intendment 3 Aroint 4 Tender 5 Firk | |

60 | Peddling, mercenary |
1 Coster-monger 2 Journal 3 Tabourer 4 Frank 5 Inquisition | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | The latin for hail; hence acclamation |
1 Wilderness 2 Buck-basket 3 Equipage 4 Bribe-buck 5 Ave | |

62 | Arrayed, served |
1 Tables 2 Primer 3 Rayed 4 Trundle-tail 5 Daubery | |

63 | A ludicrous mistake for custos rotulorum |
1 Priser 2 Testern 3 Undertaker 4 Custalorum 5 Feere | |

64 | Introduction, beginning |
1 Gun-stone 2 Sconce 3 Induction 4 Inclining 5 Vaunt | |

65 | Respectful, thoughtful |
1 Flatness 2 Respective 3 Bestraught 4 Impawn 5 Hermit | |

66 | Duff, dejected |
1 Charneco 2 Lumpish 3 Heady 4 Cony-catch 5 Unbated | |

67 | A species of great gun |
1 Linstock 2 Examine 3 Unbolted 4 Chamber 5 Tale | |

68 | Squeamish, unsettled |
1 Compare 2 Queasy 3 Answer 4 Draught 5 Tabour | |

69 | Foreign, coy, reserved, marvellous |
1 Aglet-baby 2 Strange 3 Napkin 4 Dildo 5 Pax | |

70 | To fade |
1 Picking 2 Vade 3 Brock 4 Stain 5 Wound | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | Insignificant |
1 Empery 2 Picking 3 Ceremony 4 Front 5 Hag-seed | |

72 | A game at cards |
1 Poor-john 2 Bob 3 Primero 4 Inclip 5 Charact | |

73 | | 'od's in these |
1 Instance 2 Od's body 3 Qualify 4 Sliver 5 Coystril | |

74 | Drunk |
1 Enshield 2 Ripe 3 Hent 4 Legerity 5 Abide | |

75 | Lust |
1 Water-gall 2 Luxury 3 Fire-new 4 Twiggen 5 Statute-caps | |

76 | A buck of the third year |
1 Garish 2 Intrinsicate 3 Sorel 4 Tranect 5 Warn | |

77 | To do any thing affectedly |
1 Aby 2 Vasty 3 Sneck-up 4 Warn 5 Mince | |

78 | The rabble |
1 Tag 2 Convicted 3 Pioned 4 Statute 5 Dare | |

79 | To conquer |
1 Deck 2 Take in 3 Gout 4 Convoy 5 Lethe | |

80 | To advance, to forward |
1 Propagate 2 Flush 3 Putter-on 4 Untraded 5 Corporal | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | Singers of glees in three parts |
1 Tang 2 Three-man-song-men 3 Quillet 4 Sad 5 Pathetical | |

82 | To squint |
1 Orgulous 2 Single 3 Squiny 4 Sithence 5 Coign | |

83 | Happened |
1 Umbered 2 Coy 3 Decline 4 Denay 5 Betid | |

84 | A companion, husband |
1 Feere 2 Seamy 3 Qualify 4 Constant 5 Shrive | |

85 | Judgment |
1 Censure 2 Yellows 3 Continent 4 Caitiff 5 Patch | |

86 | Red, a term in heraldry |
1 Gules 2 Mood 3 Woodman 4 Pieled 5 Henchman | |

87 | Jealous |
1 Audacious 2 Perfect 3 Od's plessed will 4 Emulous 5 Stout | |

88 | The crust of a custard-pudding |
1 Cote 2 Shoughs 3 Custard-coffin 4 Ousel-cock 5 Currents | |

89 | Interest |
1 Mehercle 2 Awkward 3 Use 4 Chanson 5 Discase | |

90 | Property, fortune |
1 Jutty 2 Breathing 3 Having 4 Confound 5 Know | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | To agree to hazard |
1 Approbation 2 Living 3 Cess 4 Jump 5 Unhappily | |

92 | (and stealers), the fingers, used ridiculously |
1 Taking up 2 Pedascule 3 County 4 Pew-fellow 5 Pickers | |

93 | Lustful |
1 Mortified 2 Fulsome 3 Popinjay 4 Provision 5 Fain | |

94 | Dexterous |
1 Rivage 2 Deboshed 3 Whittle 4 Ballow 5 Feat | |

95 | To bruise or cut slightly |
1 Widowhood 2 Thrummed 3 Scotch 4 Hebenon 5 Sorriest | |

96 | A salutation |
1 Kind 2 Stomach 3 Solve 4 Regreet 5 Momentany | |

97 | Besieging army |
1 Brotherhood 2 League 3 Collied 4 Feeder 5 Gentle | |

98 | The rude foot soldiers of the irish |
1 Pleached 2 Kern 3 Callet 4 Property 5 Spial | |

99 | To seize, lay hold on |
1 Biding 2 Wealth 3 Crowner 4 Denotement 5 Attach | |

100 | An intimate friend intimate |
1 Polled 2 Catling 3 Reduce 4 Inward 5 Declined |