Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | Scabby; metaph. mean |
1 Thrasonical 2 Wight 3 Twire 4 Qualify 5 Scurvy | |

2 | Probation |
1 Impeachment 2 Lated 3 Carkanet 4 Approbation 5 Advice | |

3 | Gladly |
1 Pavin 2 Vantbrace 3 Fain 4 Principality 5 Antick | |

4 | To expound, discuss |
1 Passionate 2 Lass-lorn 3 Wimpled 4 Scathful 5 Expostulate | |

5 | A virgin, the name given to joan of arc |
1 Disme 2 Pucelle 3 Gilder 4 Condition 5 Fleet | |

6 | Immature, fresh, unused |
1 Express 2 Main-course 3 County 4 Forspent 5 Green | |

7 | Ostridge |
1 Once 2 Estridge 3 Convey 4 File 5 Book | |

8 | To have one's food regulated by the rules of medicine |
1 Diet 2 Henchman 3 Hurtling 4 Scan 5 Distraction | |

9 | A sweeper of the deck of a ship |
1 Fullam 2 Gallimaufry 3 Swabber 4 Ask 5 Yield | |

10 | A paltry fellow |
1 Hilding 2 Serpigo 3 Drab 4 Putter-on 5 Approver | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | Protest; disgust |
1 Use 2 Travail 3 Abhor 4 Embrasure 5 Repugn | |

12 | A drop |
1 Preface 2 Sheen 3 Gout 4 Soul-fearing 5 Path | |

13 | Intimacy |
1 Unquestionable 2 Fub off 3 Inwardness 4 Leet 5 Quiddit | |

14 | To know, be skillful in |
1 Practisant 2 Can 3 Fehemently 4 Abhor 5 Extent | |

15 | A ranting character in old plays |
1 Termagant 2 Count confect 3 Down-gyved 4 Ensconce 5 Quiver | |

16 | To turn to slavish uses |
1 Gleek 2 Slave 3 Hest 4 Jaunce 5 Incony | |

17 | The staff on which a vessel is supported between two men |
1 Out-look 2 Scamel 3 Cowl-staff 4 Expedience 5 Tilly-vally | |

18 | Fertile of invention, ready, obvious |
1 Federary 2 Pregnant 3 Argument 4 Garner 5 Quillet | |

19 | A ship of burden |
1 Crare 2 Sightless 3 Forked 4 Breeching 5 Feere | |

20 | Calibre of a gun; hence, metaph. size, weight, importance |
1 Y-cleped 2 Liberal 3 Unclew 4 Favour 5 Bore | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | Pieces of armour to cover the thighs |
1 Sadness 2 Woodcock 3 Cuisses 4 Antre 5 Mallecho | |

22 | Complaisance, conduct becoming gentlefolk |
1 Twiggen 2 Coragio 3 Provision 4 Gentry 5 Rash | |

23 | A cup |
1 Stoup 2 Or 3 Catling 4 Scape 5 Coster-monger | |

24 | Swollen |
1 Flight 2 Bollen 3 Broken 4 Y-cleped 5 Commonty | |

25 | To measure |
1 Cock-and-pie 2 Pouncet-box 3 Dout 4 Cobloaf 5 Be-mete | |

26 | Decease |
1 Sufferance 2 Cease 3 Defeat 4 Pauca verba 5 Translated | |

27 | Bleaching time |
1 Owe 2 Festinately 3 Mincing 4 Statue 5 Whiting-time | |

28 | Int. be gone, a word of abhorrence |
1 Dribbling 2 Tarriance 3 Avaunt 4 Uneath 5 Thick | |

29 | Carousal |
1 Halidom 2 Vasty 3 Sepulchre 4 White 5 Rouse | |

30 | Dry like cork |
1 Obstacle 2 Harry 3 Cozenage 4 Corky 5 Bootless | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | A cask or barrel |
1 Silly 2 Cherry-pit 3 Cade 4 Practisant 5 Lubber | |

32 | A candlestick |
1 List 2 Convicted 3 Good-den 4 Worship 5 Canstick | |

33 | Immediately |
1 Avoid 2 Straight 3 Engine 4 Lifter 5 Sneap | |

34 | Natural |
1 Operant 2 Brace 3 Crack 4 Kindly 5 Escot | |

35 | To expiate a fault |
1 Slubber 2 Quick 3 Aby 4 Mealed 5 Rapt | |

36 | To satisfy, to dissolve |
1 Foil 2 Resolve 3 Cobloaf 4 Ingraft 5 Ripe | |

37 | Fodder |
1 Termagant 2 Stover 3 Lief 4 Fading 5 Stuff | |

38 | A cave |
1 Antre 2 Passant 3 Stuffed 4 Atone 5 Chamber | |

39 | Invisible, unsightly |
1 Spill 2 Seam 3 Canton 4 Stricture 5 Sightless | |

40 | Judgment, skill |
1 Single 2 Tell 3 Towards 4 Wrung 5 Direction | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | To flutter as a falcon, to meditate, consider earnestly |
1 Beat 2 Damn 3 Shards 4 Consign 5 Seniory | |

42 | Passage |
1 Feature 2 Fig 3 Pickt-hatch 4 Waftage 5 Biggen | |

43 | Outward |
1 Gallowglass 2 Veney 3 Canvas 4 Lob 5 Extern | |

44 | Advantage |
1 Vantage 2 Still 3 Bodge 4 Calculate 5 Woolward | |

45 | Distracted, mad |
1 Accite 2 Regreet 3 Braid 4 Distraught 5 Assured | |

46 | To curse |
1 Absey-book 2 Whoo-bub 3 Ban 4 Twangling 5 Cital | |

47 | Intention |
1 Condolement 2 Intendment 3 Inwardness 4 Christendom 5 Swashing | |

48 | Company |
1 Henchman 2 Ratolorum 3 Haunt 4 Absey-book 5 Uneath | |

49 | Promise, appearance |
1 Loffe 2 Tag 3 Likelihood 4 Heady 5 Clack-dish | |

50 | Riotous merriment, which accompanied the eighth day of a festival |
1 Utis 2 Motley 3 Leasing 4 Encave 5 Take in | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | Smeared, soiled |
1 Anthropophaginian 2 Leman 3 Mandragora 4 Vice 5 Smirched | |

52 | Behavior |
1 Preciously 2 Curtail 3 Recorder 4 Haviour 5 Discourse | |

53 | Adversary |
1 Stuff 2 Century 3 Pay 4 Emulation 5 Opposite | |

54 | To jut out beyond |
1 Broke 2 Convey 3 Card 4 Jutty 5 Indurance | |

55 | Taken to task, reprehended |
1 Plight 2 Coil 3 Cock-shut-time 4 Attasked 5 Red-plague | |

56 | Holiness, sanctification, christian fellowship; used as an oath, and analogous to 'by my faith.' |
1 Wealth 2 Halidom 3 Determine 4 Light o' love 5 Clack-dish | |

57 | Disputatious |
1 Cozener 2 Hallowmas 3 Disputable 4 Sightless 5 Hild | |

58 | Art of fencing |
1 Defence 2 Rash 3 Vasty 4 Pugging 5 Disponge | |

59 | Over-worked |
1 Bawcock 2 Fear 3 Foreign 4 Slops 5 Sur-reined | |

60 | Security, obligation |
1 Steeled 2 Large 3 Cease 4 Statute 5 Curtal | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | To devour |
1 Ravin 2 Sort 3 Scald 4 Averring 5 Ouphe | |

62 | The chorus or burden of a song |
1 Dildo 2 Carlot 3 Mood 4 Quire 5 Canstick | |

63 | To disparage |
1 Knot 2 Censure 3 Flewed 4 Take 5 Disable | |

64 | To challenge; a term at cards, to play as for a wager |
1 Sag 2 Stickler 3 Vie 4 Squier 5 Flatness | |

65 | A scion, a child |
1 Tickle 2 Scaffoldage 3 Dowlas 4 Blent 5 Imp | |

66 | Badge, token |
1 Undertaker 2 Capricious 3 Sneaped 4 Cognizance 5 Bold | |

67 | Nobleness |
1 Nobility 2 Propagation 3 Oneyer 4 Immediacy 5 Carlot | |

68 | The angelic salutation addressed to the blessed, virgin mary |
1 Intrenchment 2 Ave-mary 3 Rear-mouse 4 Loggats 5 Tundish | |

69 | Preparation |
1 Appointment 2 Swath 3 Owe 4 Allow 5 Mate | |

70 | Anger |
1 Mood 2 Condolement 3 Little 4 Armigero 5 Enkindle | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | A boy, a serving-man |
1 Knave 2 Foreign 3 Century 4 Impeachment 5 Untraded | |

72 | A puppet-show |
1 Ropery 2 Drollery 3 Fraught 4 Taking up 5 Pricket | |

73 | Design |
1 Even 2 Bawcock 3 Pretence 4 Aglet-baby 5 Broker | |

74 | Rustling |
1 Hint 2 Stigmatical 3 Rushling 4 Viewless 5 Exhale | |

75 | Exalted station |
1 Velure 2 Eminence 3 Misprise 4 Confound 5 Tokened | |

76 | An atom, used in contempt of a small person |
1 Tabourine 2 Atomy 3 Statute 4 Whittle 5 Fico | |

77 | Perhaps intended for ethics |
1 Curtail 2 Cheques 3 Defeature 4 Scamel 5 Examine | |

78 | Fresh, full of vigour |
1 Quick 2 Metaphysical 3 Flush 4 Latten 5 Blow | |

79 | Disordered |
1 Shent 2 Parle 3 Search 4 Indigest 5 Loach | |

80 | A spendthrift |
1 Birding 2 Shards 3 Perdy 4 Lozel 5 Gratillity | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | To decipher |
1 Plaited 2 Quiver 3 Plausive 4 Jar 5 Cipher | |

82 | Soothing |
1 Amort 2 Damn 3 Dull 4 Fordo 5 Entertainment | |

83 | A banker. a doubtful word |
1 Inherit 2 Flatness 3 Od's heartlings 4 Oneyer 5 Friend | |

84 | An instigator |
1 Wafture 2 Impress 3 Fehemently 4 Putter-on 5 Mood | |

85 | A dance |
1 Thrid 2 Sped 3 Yarely 4 Pavin 5 Denier | |

86 | Sinews, muscles |
1 Thewes 2 Fills 3 Suggest 4 Credent 5 Burgonet | |

87 | Dry |
1 Jade 2 Well said 3 Keep 4 Sere 5 Covent | |

88 | Comparison |
1 Fullam 2 Unrespective 3 Compare 4 Patine 5 Mickle | |

89 | Since |
1 Too too 2 Sithence 3 Od's heartlings 4 Extracting 5 Living | |

90 | Garment |
1 Weed 2 Shent 3 Mell 4 Triple 5 Detect | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | A present |
1 Dudgeon 2 Widow 3 Tabour 4 Largess 5 Moe | |

92 | Challenging |
1 Tasking 2 Cheer 3 Pomander 4 Plain song 5 Remotion | |

93 | To bring back |
1 Triple 2 Fast 3 Stint 4 Caviare 5 Reduce | |

94 | Ridiculously used for 'virago.' |
1 Pretence 2 Castilian 3 Firago 4 Eyas 5 Bearing-cloth | |

95 | Covered with underwood |
1 Bosky 2 Sur-reined 3 Helm 4 Indent 5 Propagate | |

96 | Mischievous |
1 Yare 2 Benvenuto 3 Absolute 4 Hardiment 5 Unhappy | |

97 | Money, state of wealth |
1 Gilt 2 Mincing 3 Swashing 4 Wound 5 Medal | |

98 | To fill full |
1 Dispose 2 Fulfill 3 Seated 4 Reverb 5 Dint | |

99 | For escheator, an officer who collected the fines to be paid into the exchequer, a decoy |
1 Cheater 2 Younker 3 Daubery 4 Quat 5 Forweary | |

100 | An embroidered mantle worn by knights on horseback, and reaching from the middle to below the knees |
1 Bases 2 Peat 3 Design 4 Speed 5 Advertisement |