Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | To obtain |
1 Achieve 2 Point-de-vice 3 Lob 4 Scroyle 5 Foreign | |

2 | Probably, 'harn-mad,' that is, brain-mad |
1 Unaneled 2 Loach 3 Fact 4 Regiment 5 Horn-mad | |

3 | A scabbard |
1 Amort 2 Scamel 3 Pilcher 4 Abide 5 Juvenal | |

4 | The yelping of hounds, a pack of hounds, a company, use contemptuously |
1 Placket 2 Dispark 3 Cry 4 Translated 5 Embossed | |

5 | Complaint |
1 Quality 2 Mistempered 3 Complement 4 Noble 5 Dump | |

6 | Corporeal, bodily |
1 Ort 2 Tundish 3 Corporal 4 Eye 5 Declined | |

7 | Excessively |
1 Heady 2 Eager 3 Too too 4 Linstock 5 Feature | |

8 | Accidentally |
1 Rouse 2 Wappened 3 Happily 4 Swashing 5 Gratulate | |

9 | Constant |
1 Still 2 Cautelous 3 Sacring-bell 4 Cry aim 5 Unbated | |

10 | An ignorant mistake for quorum |
1 Customer 2 Wannion 3 Coram 4 Argier 5 Cautelous | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | An effeminate man, molly-coddle |
1 Disponge 2 Abroad 3 Tabour 4 Cot-quean 5 Force | |

12 | Art or skill in defence |
1 Poise 2 Fret 3 Fence 4 Taste 5 Weigh out | |

13 | Prepared |
1 Sufferance 2 Parlous 3 Address 4 Addressed 5 Tabourine | |

14 | Erysipelas |
1 Continent 2 Undertaker 3 Apple-john 4 Red-plague 5 Sullen | |

15 | Fetters or stocks |
1 Mobled 2 Exposture 3 Bilboes 4 Cozener 5 Approve | |

16 | A wall |
1 Mure 2 Wittol 3 Dowle 4 Water-work 5 Preciously | |

17 | A rustic necklace |
1 Garboil 2 Tawdry-lace 3 Breed-bate 4 Aspersion 5 Setter | |

18 | To quote, instance |
1 Entertain 2 Stickler 3 Brace 4 Humorous 5 Cote | |

19 | Natural falsehood |
1 Proper-false 2 Stint 3 Agnise 4 Feature 5 Mistempered | |

20 | Ticklish |
1 Tickle 2 Sag 3 Pick 4 Broke 5 Obstacle | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | Raisins in burning brandy |
1 Statue 2 Haggard 3 Irregulous 4 Flap-dragon 5 Bergomask | |

22 | A pound, a place to confine lost cattle |
1 Pinfold 2 O 3 Tabour 4 Wreak 5 Equipage | |

23 | Anything tanned by the sun |
1 Flatness 2 Tanling 3 Fico 4 Spring 5 Puttock | |

24 | A point of the chase to call back the hounds |
1 Sith 2 Recheat 3 Design 4 Licence 5 Staggers | |

25 | A winding passage |
1 Castilian 2 Castiliano vulgo 3 Coy 4 Crank 5 Breeching | |

26 | Part. extracted, descended |
1 Extraught 2 Fearful 3 Passy-measure 4 Point-de-vice 5 Third-borough | |

27 | Help, use |
1 Clout 2 Dullard 3 Corrival 4 Loggats 5 Boot | |

28 | The middle of a ship |
1 Stithy 2 Batlet 3 League 4 Birding 5 Waist | |

29 | A coxcomb |
1 Inquisition 2 Argier 3 Princox 4 Capricio 5 Craven | |

30 | The state of being a christian |
1 Cade 2 Christendom 3 Night-rule 4 Brawl 5 Pilcher | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | A traitor |
1 Home 2 Unmanned 3 Extremes 4 Derived 5 Faitor | |

32 | Scorched, withered |
1 Keel 2 Fret 3 Being 4 Sear 5 Sect | |

33 | Moorish-pike |
1 Welkin 2 Shrift 3 Morris-pike 4 Votarist 5 Gast | |

34 | Scattered |
1 Pun 2 Whittle 3 Ronvon 4 Squandered 5 Fence | |

35 | The space between the main timbers of the roof |
1 Sith 2 Plantation 3 Mammets 4 Trick 5 Bay | |

36 | A small image of christ |
1 Yield 2 Cox my passion 3 Daub 4 Pax 5 Couchings | |

37 | Steerage, course |
1 Sternage 2 Pass 3 Being 4 Propose 5 Immediacy | |

38 | Proud |
1 Orgulous 2 Outward 3 Pregnant 4 Government 5 Pale | |

39 | To stigmatise |
1 Sear 2 Speed 3 Hag-seed 4 Embossed 5 Unbreathed | |

40 | To attempt, test, make proof of |
1 Rivality 2 Assay 3 Flap-dragon 4 Relative 5 Ingraft | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | A courtesan |
1 Remember 2 Gentry 3 Laced-mutton 4 Countenance 5 Like | |

42 | To question |
1 Shrewd 2 Affy 3 Examine 4 Pilcher 5 Dispark | |

43 | Serious |
1 Intendment 2 Round 3 Rabato 4 Sad 5 Dint | |

44 | Thread, fibre |
1 Proper-false 2 Haunt 3 Thrid 4 Declined 5 Search | |

45 | One who sells the pipes inserted into a vessel to give vent to the liquor, and stopped by a spigot |
1 Huswife 2 Unfair 3 Fosset-seller 4 Foreslow 5 Removed | |

46 | Sledged |
1 Sledded 2 Obsequious 3 Od's body 4 Reguerdon 5 Wannion | |

47 | To accompany |
1 Fights 2 Vizament 3 Consort 4 Whelked 5 Cage | |

48 | To scare |
1 Preface 2 Project 3 Grave 4 Abrook 5 Gallow | |

49 | A royal ceremonial journey |
1 Progress 2 Exempt 3 Taste 4 Ort 5 Parle | |

50 | To charge, blame |
1 Writ 2 Detect 3 Declined 4 Sooth 5 Modern | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | Rebuked, blamed, hurt |
1 Shent 2 Thewes 3 Gout 4 Bay 5 Motive | |

52 | A rich cloth in which children were wrapt at their christening |
1 Bearing-cloth 2 Lottery 3 Unhouseled 4 Approof 5 Memorise | |

53 | Dear |
1 Smoothed 2 Lief 3 Pickt-hatch 4 Craven 5 Mehercle | |

54 | Smeared with blood |
1 Heady 2 Vainness 3 Faitor 4 Tarriance 5 Blood-boltered | |

55 | End |
1 Fine 2 Turlygood 3 Y-cleped 4 Shouldered 5 Primero | |

56 | To renounce, to deny |
1 Worth 2 Suppose 3 Renege 4 Sprited 5 Disdained | |

57 | Confutation |
1 Nick 2 Thrum 3 Reproof 4 Stoccado 5 Unbolted | |

58 | The basket in which clothes are carried to the wash |
1 Lottery 2 Votarist 3 Bodge 4 Whoo-bub 5 Buck-basket | |

59 | Veiled, hooded |
1 Barn 2 Wimpled 3 Holp 4 Throe 5 Fap | |

60 | To manage, to filch |
1 Convey 2 Incony 3 Covent 4 Swashing 5 Darraign | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | Compliant |
1 Tilth 2 Clack-dish 3 Dowle 4 Nuthook 5 Inclining | |

62 | To be incumbent on |
1 Stigmatic 2 Swarth 3 Tokens 4 Stand upon 5 Weed | |

63 | Admonition |
1 Advertisement 2 Topless 3 Lavolta 4 Wealth 5 Prank | |

64 | Unresting |
1 Unsisting 2 Caitiff 3 Cling 4 Gorbellied 5 Century | |

65 | The stop of a guitar |
1 Self-bounty 2 Cock-and-pie 3 Chuff 4 Fret 5 Sign | |

66 | Endless |
1 Hurtle 2 Noddy 3 Tightly 4 Vice 5 Fineless | |

67 | A grandson |
1 Ames-ace 2 Potch 3 Nephew 4 Escot 5 Wappened | |

68 | Shaggy dogs |
1 Warder 2 Opposite 3 Swift 4 Perspective 5 Shoughs | |

69 | The last words of an actor's speech, which is the signal for the next actor to begin |
1 Defend 2 Sometimes 3 Cue 4 Nice 5 Canton | |

70 | Hidden |
1 Enshield 2 Gird 3 Render 4 Guard 5 Impress | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | To lull, bring a vessel up to the wind |
1 Glose 2 Loof 3 Affect 4 Whip-stock 5 Stilly | |

72 | Equal rank |
1 Unbated 2 Gib 3 Silly 4 Rivality 5 Cital | |

73 | Shreds, broken fragments of pottery |
1 Quern 2 Aierie 3 Shards 4 Advice 5 Battle | |

74 | Calamity, misfortune |
1 Approver 2 Wear 3 Wroth 4 Ingraft 5 Clinquant | |

75 | Reach, a stately dance |
1 Journal 2 Obsequiously 3 Tike 4 Anthropophaginian 5 Measure | |

76 | To defeat, to win |
1 Foot-cloth 2 Lurch 3 Regiment 4 Passionate 5 Straight | |

77 | To advance |
1 Carack 2 Longly 3 Cataian 4 Coast 5 Lief | |

78 | Swollen into protuberances, covered with foam |
1 Discase 2 Vasty 3 Metaphysical 4 Embossed 5 Propose | |

79 | Trifles, foolish tricks |
1 Anight 2 Dotant 3 Commonty 4 Out-look 5 Toys | |

80 | Filled, stored |
1 Bat-fowling 2 Honey-stalks 3 Renege 4 Trojan 5 Stuffed | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | Reward, hire, merit |
1 Sequestration 2 Meed 3 Primer 4 Pax 5 Owe | |

82 | The whortleberry |
1 Bilberry 2 Statute-caps 3 Fights 4 Ear 5 Whiting-time | |

83 | Power of reasoning |
1 Woolward 2 Curb 3 Discourse 4 Bate 5 Statute-caps | |

84 | A title applied to a bachelor of arts at the, universities |
1 Bollen 2 Popinjay 3 Cox my passion 4 Sir 5 Cital | |

85 | Brilliancy |
1 Fills 2 Approbation 3 Approof 4 Sheen 5 Still | |

86 | Fine, delicate |
1 Palabras 2 Incony 3 Sneaped 4 Port 5 Fives | |

87 | To weary, exhaust |
1 Forweary 2 Drawn 3 Kindless 4 Wreak 5 Discontent | |

88 | Blind |
1 List 2 Much 3 Antre 4 Bisson 5 Power | |

89 | To give a jointure to |
1 Widow 2 Opposition 3 Humorous 4 Bolted 5 Unmanned | |

90 | Fallen |
1 Ronvon 2 Fearful 3 Declined 4 Clinquant 5 Fartuous | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | Note-book |
1 Disme 2 Fester 3 Extraught 4 Removed 5 Table-book | |

92 | A cuckold |
1 Dout 2 Captious 3 Pugging 4 Cornuto 5 Crack | |

93 | To hamstring |
1 Travail 2 Derived 3 Inclip 4 Hox 5 Sadness | |

94 | Catching birds with a clap-net by night |
1 Unready 2 Bending 3 Very 4 Inward 5 Bat-fowling | |

95 | A forester, huntsman, a cant term for a wencher |
1 Worship 2 Pavin 3 Coil 4 Woodman 5 Winter-ground | |

96 | Technically, a copy of a coat of arms; hence, any peculiarity which distinguishes voice or feature |
1 Trick 2 Utis 3 Paritor 4 Diffused 5 Moon-calf | |

97 | Transformed |
1 Translated 2 Chamberer 3 Untempering 4 Living 5 Hiren | |

98 | To fire |
1 Leet 2 Rive 3 Competitor 4 Welkin 5 Ostentation | |

99 | Kid leather |
1 Jaunce 2 Well said 3 Christom 4 Three-man-song-men 5 Cheveril | |

100 | A post for tilting at |
1 Eft 2 Uncape 3 Sheriff's-post 4 Charles' wain 5 Quintain |