Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | Sprinkling; hence blessing, because before the, reformation benediction was generally accompanied by the sprinkling of holy water |
1 Foison 2 Aspersion 3 Ounce 4 Intentively 5 Unstanched | |

2 | Spilling |
1 Spilth 2 Nourish 3 Pouncet-box 4 Cranking 5 Fartuous | |

3 | Interviews |
1 Guardage 2 Embowelled 3 Perfect 4 Entreatments 5 Luxurious | |

4 | A place noted for brothels. merry wives of windsor |
1 Pickt-hatch 2 Baccare 3 Wry 4 Spring 5 Wat | |

5 | Retreat |
1 Skilless 2 Inherit 3 Modern 4 Retire 5 Battle | |

6 | Assay, taste, relish |
1 Say 2 Neb 3 Spurs 4 Nighted 5 Appeared | |

7 | Plague spots |
1 Humorous 2 Chaudron 3 Heft 4 Tokens 5 Emulous | |

8 | A shoal of fish |
1 Unowed 2 Scull 3 State 4 Blench 5 Conveyance | |

9 | Cough |
1 Cataian 2 Chewit 3 Whoop 4 Quire 5 Appeared | |

10 | The bat |
1 Rear-mouse 2 Interessed 3 Main-course 4 Inly 5 Mete-yard | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | To describe you |
1 Render 2 Condition 3 Cling 4 Paritor 5 Umbered | |

12 | Succeeding |
1 Counterfeit 2 Parted 3 Quiddity 4 Successive 5 Sot | |

13 | To confess |
1 Incorrect 2 Daff 3 Ouphe 4 Gaudy 5 Shrive | |

14 | To cease |
1 Leasing 2 Cozenage 3 Wilderness 4 Surcease 5 White | |

15 | Undermined |
1 Cock-shut-time 2 Record 3 Custard-coffin 4 Under-wrought 5 Unpregnant | |

16 | A petticoat-front |
1 Tasking 2 State 3 Placket 4 Strangeness 5 Roisting | |

17 | To examine subtly |
1 Port 2 Condolement 3 Scan 4 Chirurgeonly 5 Putter-on | |

18 | To pocket |
1 Impeticos 2 Frush 3 Pleached 4 Distraction 5 Poise | |

19 | To salute |
1 Roundure 2 Vail 3 Regreet 4 Statute-caps 5 Castilian | |

20 | Feeble |
1 Whip-stock 2 Argal 3 Single 4 Marchpane 5 Bezonian | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | To bind |
1 Prig 2 Combine 3 Scotch 4 Momentany 5 Cittern | |

22 | Part. hawking at partridges |
1 Cullion 2 Sleave 3 Fond 4 Birding 5 Fico | |

23 | Overpowered, vanquished, a doubtful word |
1 Dearn 2 Ostentation 3 Convicted 4 Addition 5 Passant | |

24 | To sound |
1 Canakin 2 Engross 3 Continuate 4 Tang 5 Of the field | |

25 | A native of castile; used as a cant term |
1 Ensconce 2 Termagant 3 Sway 4 Castilian 5 Unbreathed | |

26 | To forbid |
1 Forfend 2 Morisco 3 Ronvon 4 Straight 5 Yaw | |

27 | To destroy |
1 Serpigo 2 White 3 Spill 4 Frush 5 Copy | |

28 | Int. in faith, a euphemism |
1 Wicked 2 I'fecks 3 Towards 4 Giglot 5 Tilth | |

29 | Outward manner and appearance |
1 Seeming 2 Serjeant 3 Exigent 4 Misprise 5 Ice-brook | |

30 | Retaliation |
1 Galliard 2 Sperr 3 Marry trap 4 Advertisement 5 Answer | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | A gate |
1 Port 2 Collection 3 Paucas 4 Open 5 Digression | |

32 | Wreck |
1 Greasily 2 Subscribe 3 Hot-house 4 Rack 5 Buck-washing | |

33 | A perfumed ball |
1 Pickers 2 Greet 3 Allowance 4 Uncape 5 Pomander | |

34 | To undo, destroy |
1 Vie 2 Cry 3 Mallecho 4 Nuthook 5 Defeat | |

35 | Conclude |
1 Ch'ill 2 Corollary 3 Include 4 Scrimer 5 Station | |

36 | Satire |
1 Comparative 2 Hent 3 Taxing 4 Propertied 5 Defend | |

37 | Attitude, act of standing |
1 Prick-song 2 Gust 3 Station 4 Margent 5 Baccare | |

38 | Attempt |
1 Fire-drake 2 Varlet 3 Assay 4 Bootless 5 Ging | |

39 | A term in fencing |
1 Fullam 2 Fond 3 Hay 4 Od's body 5 Strain | |

40 | Bushy |
1 Busky 2 Provand 3 Propagate 4 Roynish 5 Clout | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | A thrust of a sword |
1 Don 2 Argier 3 Breese 4 Broke 5 Stuck | |

42 | A servant, valet |
1 Varlet 2 Convicted 3 Jack 4 Draught 5 Cue | |

43 | Opinion |
1 Refer 2 Apprehension 3 Addition 4 Mow 5 Od's body | |

44 | Lascivious |
1 Character 2 Glut 3 Cony-catch 4 Siege 5 Saucy | |

45 | Imposition |
1 Daubery 2 Constancy 3 Unmanned 4 Priser 5 Kicksy wicksy | |

46 | Comp. degree. more neatly |
1 Feodary 2 Home 3 Termagant 4 Parle 5 Feater | |

47 | Margin |
1 Misery 2 Specially 3 Trol-my-dames 4 Cipher 5 Margent | |

48 | A nestling of the musket or merlin, the smallest species of british hawk |
1 Eyas-musket 2 Cracker 3 Quench 4 From 5 Birding | |

49 | An aide-de-camp |
1 Mean 2 Drollery 3 Having 4 Of the field 5 Treaties | |

50 | To encroach |
1 Cling 2 Kiln-hole 3 Jut 4 County 5 Comparative | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | To suspect |
1 Possess 2 Vantbrace 3 Filth 4 Misdoubt 5 Fox-ship | |

52 | Seriousness |
1 Validity 2 Bring 3 Sadness 4 Tainture 5 Government | |

53 | A fencer |
1 Charles' wain 2 Scrimer 3 Red-lattice 4 Bolting-hutch 5 Revolt | |

54 | To follow the scent the wrong way |
1 Canton 2 Hunt-counter 3 Argal 4 Purchase 5 Lozel | |

55 | To balance, weigh down |
1 Peize 2 Watch 3 Sith 4 Deem 5 Co-mart | |

56 | The reckoning at an ale-house |
1 Shot 2 Sacring-bell 3 Lifter 4 Seniory 5 Lewdly | |

57 | To defend from the weather |
1 Intendment 2 Weather-fend 3 Crack-hemp 4 Mehercle 5 Eld | |

58 | Head |
1 Palmer 2 Nowl 3 Good-den 4 Ave-mary 5 Burgonet | |

59 | Pomp, state |
1 Picked 2 Disappointed 3 Bilboes 4 Port 5 Sneck-up | |

60 | Noble birth |
1 Stomach 2 Thrid 3 Wee 4 Three-man-song-men 5 Generosity | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | Herbs |
1 Journal 2 Deboshed 3 Sneck-up 4 Vegetives 5 Romage | |

62 | To renovate, comfort |
1 Repair 2 Jack 3 Unbreathed 4 Hoodman-blind 5 Cozen | |

63 | To do out, quench |
1 Whiffler 2 Dout 3 Natural 4 Utis 5 Aspect | |

64 | To suffer |
1 Pathetical 2 Priser 3 Passionate 4 Repeal 5 Yellows | |

65 | Voice |
1 Rivage 2 Bolting-hutch 3 Yaw 4 Nayword 5 Breast | |

66 | Discretion |
1 Loffe 2 Intending 3 Government 4 Fee-grief 5 Harry | |

67 | A polecat |
1 Affy 2 Pin 3 Aglet-baby 4 Breast 5 Fitchew | |

68 | Ill-regulated |
1 Fardel 2 Incorrect 3 Peer 4 Tundish 5 Frush | |

69 | Dressed in motley |
1 Unimproved 2 Suddenly 3 Patched 4 Without 5 Biggen | |

70 | A nobleman composed of affectation |
1 Leiger 2 Unpregnant 3 Whelk 4 Count confect 5 Retailed | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | Elegantly quaint |
1 Tricksy 2 Livelihood 3 Out-look 4 Garboil 5 Instance | |

72 | To decorate |
1 Importance 2 Strappado 3 Swathling 4 Guard 5 Daff | |

73 | Wanton |
1 Varlet 2 Wax 3 Stricture 4 Generosity 5 Riggish | |

74 | Forerunners |
1 Statue 2 Vaunt-couriers 3 Dislimn 4 Pedascule 5 Successive | |

75 | Fool |
1 Sot 2 Sect 3 Jovial 4 Sumpter 5 Unbreathed | |

76 | The redbreast |
1 Tawdry-lace 2 Smirched 3 Ruddock 4 Pretence 5 Unhouseled | |

77 | By our little lady: an oath |
1 By'rlakin 2 Convince 3 Bolter 4 Pin 5 Gallimaufry | |

78 | A euphemism for par dieu |
1 Perdy 2 Hunts-up 3 Inward 4 Mate 5 Gast | |

79 | Muffled |
1 Detect 2 Novum 3 Ballow 4 Mobled 5 Woman-tired | |

80 | Passion |
1 Passion 2 Complexion 3 Fast 4 Receipt 5 Tire | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | The small figure engraved on a jewel |
1 Mell 2 Bergomask 3 Aglet-baby 4 Nuthook 5 Progress | |

82 | A drawer of liquor |
1 Capricious 2 Swear over 3 Green 4 Respectively 5 Skinker | |

83 | That which causes insanity |
1 Trick 2 Writhled 3 Operant 4 Insane 5 Shrive | |

84 | Fawn-coloured |
1 Fallow 2 Generous 3 Moe 4 Parle 5 Pauca verba | |

85 | To borrow money, or buy on credit, to make up a quarrel |
1 Vaward 2 Take up 3 Successive 4 Sliver 5 Liking | |

86 | Small, tiny |
1 Defeature 2 Farced 3 Mate 4 Wee 5 Momentany | |

87 | A brothel |
1 Waft 2 Fester 3 Hot-house 4 Pay 5 Fain | |

88 | Boastful |
1 Disdained 2 Eager 3 Intrinsicate 4 Lethe 5 Thrasonical | |

89 | Corruption of stoccata |
1 Stuck in 2 Attend 3 Direction 4 Gout 5 Paid | |

90 | A sheriff's officer |
1 Yeoman 2 Mood 3 Home 4 Worm 5 Corollary | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | Fat, rank |
1 Executor 2 Enseamed 3 Farced 4 Embossed 5 Derived | |

92 | To uphold |
1 Hunts-up 2 Woodman 3 Eyne 4 Constantly 5 Able | |

93 | Instant, importunate |
1 Factious 2 Loffe 3 Facinorous 4 Seniory 5 Gourd | |

94 | To put in agonies |
1 Napkin 2 Throe 3 Sway 4 Spleen 5 Suddenly | |

95 | Obliged to live abroad |
1 Foreign 2 Bolter 3 Uncharged 4 Continent 5 Witty | |

96 | A phrase or passage in a melody |
1 Division 2 Staggers 3 Wappened 4 Noddy 5 Knave | |

97 | Roistering, violent |
1 Gentry 2 Roisting 3 Impeachment 4 A-good 5 Espial | |

98 | A short play |
1 Untrue 2 Take up 3 Sith 4 Abridgement 5 Juvenal | |

99 | To copy |
1 Legerity 2 Take out 3 Several 4 Co-mart 5 Sepulchre | |

100 | To lay the table for dinner |
1 Mealed 2 Cover 3 Profane 4 Squandered 5 Roundure |