Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | Abyss |
1 Tundish 2 Dribbling 3 Advise 4 Raught 5 Abysm | |

2 | Censoriously |
1 Unhappily 2 Unhatched 3 Spial 4 Declined 5 Veney | |

3 | Third |
1 Lunes 2 Seated 3 Reguerdon 4 Statute-caps 5 Triple | |

4 | A puppet |
1 Motion 2 Suggest 3 Virtuous 4 Moiety 5 Lavolta | |

5 | Lightness |
1 Balm 2 Largess 3 Being 4 Claw 5 Legerity | |

6 | To slice |
1 Untraded 2 Careire 3 Abide 4 Sliver 5 Staniel | |

7 | The white mark in the middle of a target; hence, metaphorically, that which is aimed at |
1 Blank 2 Paucas 3 By'rlakin 4 Strange 5 Misprise | |

8 | Hanging down like gyves or fetters |
1 Fallow 2 Drive 3 Appeal 4 Down-gyved 5 Feater | |

9 | Undefended, applied to the gates of a city |
1 Uncharged 2 Loggats 3 Merely 4 Broken music 5 Mose | |

10 | Intelligent |
1 Forbode 2 Witty 3 Rayed 4 Stithy 5 Eft | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | Funereally |
1 Virtuous 2 Gird 3 Proper-false 4 Worts 5 Obsequiously | |

12 | A docked horse |
1 Impositions 2 Aglet-baby 3 Very 4 Curtal 5 Contrary | |

13 | Born, descended |
1 Moiety 2 Derived 3 Compose 4 Dissembly 5 I'fecks | |

14 | One who watches travellers to give information to thieves |
1 Aglet-baby 2 Grize 3 Setter 4 Scaffoldage 5 Expostulate | |

15 | To steal |
1 Corrival 2 Seeming 3 Prig 4 Advance 5 Stranger | |

16 | A model, image |
1 Exhale 2 Towards 3 Module 4 Reverb 5 Bribe-buck | |

17 | Coequal |
1 Even 2 Smirched 3 Rear-mouse 4 Cockle 5 Galliard | |

18 | Balance, doubt |
1 Simular 2 Quiddity 3 Foin 4 Bombast 5 Poise | |

19 | Sorrowful, dismal |
1 Busky 2 Imprese 3 Moy 4 Sorry 5 Loon | |

20 | Fertility of invention |
1 Wafture 2 Buck-washing 3 Latten 4 Pregnancy 5 Liberal | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | Momentary |
1 Flat 2 Happily 3 Sperr 4 Blood-boltered 5 Momentany | |

22 | To break or bruise |
1 Apprehension 2 Skilless 3 Touse 4 Aby 5 Frush | |

23 | Deserted by a mistress |
1 Prick 2 Tanling 3 Lass-lorn 4 Boitier vert 5 Bosom | |

24 | | for 'god's.' |
1 Staggers 2 Od's plessed will 3 Agazed 4 True 5 Treachers | |

25 | Perhaps, to hiccough |
1 Buck 2 Speed 3 Waxen 4 Pilcher 5 Triple | |

26 | To draw up articles |
1 Design 2 Rapture 3 Cittern 4 Pay 5 Tested | |

27 | To argue, examine |
1 Keisar 2 Dispute 3 Lob 4 Inly 5 Dansker | |

28 | Positive, certain, complete |
1 Digression 2 Giglot 3 Sometimes 4 Absolute 5 Eche | |

29 | Untimely |
1 Appeared 2 Breese 3 Afeared 4 Timeless 5 Swabber | |

30 | To agree |
1 State 2 Armigero 3 Vinewed 4 Kibe 5 Hit | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | Black |
1 Wear 2 Laund 3 Swarth 4 Contrary 5 Take | |

32 | Untwisted, raw, applied to silk (gower) |
1 Perspective 2 Sleided 3 Argument 4 Starkly 5 Butt-shaft | |

33 | A guitar |
1 Mean 2 Successive 3 Lay 4 Cittern 5 Sneck-up | |

34 | Forecast |
1 Lethe 2 Amort 3 Complexion 4 Baffle 5 Provision | |

35 | A disease of horses |
1 Perfect 2 Lapsed 3 Yellows 4 Venew 5 Confound | |

36 | Carved |
1 Libbard 2 Unmanned 3 Trenched 4 Meazel 5 Sithence | |

37 | A coarse blunt clown |
1 Portable 2 Be-moiled 3 Cade 4 Scan 5 Chuff | |

38 | Licentious, free |
1 Cozier 2 Expedient 3 Forbode 4 Rid 5 Large | |

39 | To count |
1 Heady 2 Tell 3 Fallow 4 Wat 5 Wax | |

40 | To help, to avail |
1 Sooth 2 Parcelled 3 Featly 4 Eft 5 Boot | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | A handkerchief |
1 Action-taking 2 Bombast 3 Sere 4 Sizes 5 Napkin | |

42 | Knowledge, wisdom |
1 Spring 2 Address 3 Twilled 4 Cock-shut-time 5 Wit | |

43 | Ruddy |
1 Mickle 2 Rubious 3 Cipher 4 Rapture 5 Broken | |

44 | Some time |
1 Unpregnant 2 Roisting 3 Castilian 4 Once 5 Sere | |

45 | Trowsers |
1 Lubber 2 Disputable 3 Neeld 4 Pin 5 Strossers | |

46 | One who seeks the same thing, an associate in any object |
1 Sanded 2 Spleen 3 Competitor 4 Semblably 5 Pioned | |

47 | That which holds the highest place |
1 White 2 Accite 3 State 4 Scape 5 Principality | |

48 | Black as night |
1 Partizan 2 Convert 3 Nighted 4 Warder 5 Dear | |

49 | To seize |
1 Quire 2 Nephew 3 Extend 4 Latten 5 Frontier | |

50 | To avenge |
1 Viol-de-gamboys 2 Imperceiverant 3 Touse 4 Wreak 5 Meiny | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | Show, appearance |
1 Consort 2 Ostentation 3 Sorriest 4 Corrival 5 Clinquant | |

52 | One who bids bedes, that is, prays prayers for another |
1 Defeature 2 Beadsman 3 Fire-drake 4 Touse 5 Plantation | |

53 | To lay by, as corn in a barn |
1 Garner 2 Aroint 3 Forepast 4 Disponge 5 Juvenal | |

54 | Lowering |
1 Full 2 Conceit 3 Poor-john 4 Vailing 5 Sudden | |

55 | To modulate |
1 Extent 2 Vasty 3 Arch 4 Od's heartlings 5 Turn | |

56 | The pintado, a cant term |
1 Stain 2 Guinea-hen 3 Memorise 4 Viewless 5 Operant | |

57 | To tear as a bird of prey, hence, metaphorically, to feed |
1 Fox 2 Rapture 3 Round 4 Tire 5 Disdained | |

58 | Int. well done! |
1 Rake 2 Being 3 Cozier 4 Well said 5 Pedascule | |

59 | Garlands. a doubtful word |
1 Rival 2 Formal 3 Crants 4 Cheater 5 Approve | |

60 | Suitable to an ale-house, because ale-houses had commonly red lattices |
1 Gilt 2 Guardage 3 Red-lattice 4 Lubber 5 Fico | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | A fairy |
1 Pavin 2 Ouphe 3 Cracker 4 Hermit 5 Immediacy | |

62 | Silver |
1 Constant 2 Fullam 3 Whittle 4 Argentine 5 Broke | |

63 | To equal |
1 Untempering 2 Ronvon 3 Picking 4 Prenominate 5 Even | |

64 | A malady of the eye, the centre of a target |
1 Slave 2 Bodge 3 Rabbit-sucker 4 Pin 5 Festinately | |

65 | Loose breeches |
1 Slops 2 Troth-plight 3 Venge 4 Misery 5 Venew | |

66 | Wickedly |
1 Lewdly 2 Shovel-board 3 Tike 4 Quote 5 Greenly | |

67 | A dane |
1 Dansker 2 Fill-horse 3 Gimmor 4 Be-moiled 5 Successively | |

68 | To mix |
1 Untempering 2 Propertied 3 Temper 4 Leather-coats 5 Prig | |

69 | Quantity of grass cut down by one sweep of the scythe |
1 Umbered 2 Bilberry 3 Swarth 4 Convey 5 Remorseful | |

70 | The feast of st. martin, which occurs on the 11th of nov. when the fine weather generally ends; hence applied to an old man |
1 Martlemas 2 Sightless 3 Cobloaf 4 Ancient 5 Gib | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | A simple air |
1 Thrasonical 2 Plain song 3 Colt 4 Bases 5 Bona-roba | |

72 | To peep out |
1 Passionate 2 Peer 3 Of the field 4 Venew 5 Yellows | |

73 | Pitched |
1 Plight 2 Address 3 Vantbrace 4 Priser 5 Chace | |

74 | Measuring-wand |
1 Enmew 2 Quote 3 Tag 4 Demerit 5 Mete-yard | |

75 | A monthly commemoration of the dead, but used ludicrously to mean a great mind or strong desire |
1 Months-mind 2 Tallow-catch 3 Diverted 4 Utter 5 Christendom | |

76 | Temperature |
1 Temperance 2 Caviare 3 Iteration 4 Induction 5 Take | |

77 | Miniature |
1 Cullion 2 Count confect 3 Bore 4 Drabbing 5 Little | |

78 | To bring into question |
1 Pioned 2 Ave 3 Tharborough 4 Impeach 5 Clap i' the clout | |

79 | Stooping under a weight |
1 Fast 2 Untempering 3 Bending 4 Tanling 5 Under-wrought | |

80 | Colonizing, planting a colony |
1 Fights 2 Nobility 3 Drab 4 Chuck 5 Plantation | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | Noisome, baneful |
1 Ging 2 Armigero 3 Enkindle 4 Deck 5 Wicked | |

82 | Peevish, unquiet |
1 Frampold 2 Claw 3 Unhatched 4 Valanced 5 Tall | |

83 | A figure in garden beds |
1 Hallowmas 2 Knot 3 Hent 4 Unsisting 5 Skimble-skamble | |

84 | Not inquisitive |
1 Kind 2 Fig 3 Unquestionable 4 Inclip 5 Pretence | |

85 | A clown, gull |
1 Galliard 2 Od's plessed will 3 Cockle 4 Zany 5 Thewes | |

86 | Been, are |
1 Abysm 2 Uncoined 3 Hit 4 Widow 5 Bin | |

87 | Person |
1 Repair 2 Hot-house 3 Scathful 4 Embrasure 5 Wight | |

88 | Ignorant, foolish |
1 Thrasonical 2 Rope-tricks 3 Mandragora 4 Lure 5 Lewd | |

89 | Before |
1 Gout 2 Renege 3 Pretend 4 Or 5 Charneco | |

90 | A bully |
1 Without 2 Instance 3 Make 4 Swinge-buckler 5 Poise | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | Hasty, rash |
1 Wannion 2 Warn 3 Squash 4 Irregulous 5 Sudden | |

92 | Distraught, distracted |
1 Castilian 2 Greasily 3 Bestraught 4 Lapsed 5 Breed-bate | |

93 | Crooked |
1 Fulsome 2 Writhled 3 Fraught 4 Kam 5 Task | |

94 | A toper, a cant term |
1 Ephesian 2 Irregulous 3 Ostent 4 Fitchew 5 Lewd | |

95 | A scab, a word of reproach |
1 Pew-fellow 2 Front 3 Scall 4 Measure 5 Fig | |

96 | An old game played with dice |
1 Distempered 2 Leiger 3 Well-liking 4 Tray-trip 5 Micher | |

97 | Accusation |
1 Appeal 2 Pinfold 3 Jack 4 Broker 5 Old | |

98 | To put people at one, to reconcile to agree |
1 Constant 2 Skilless 3 Atone 4 Rapt 5 Wild | |

99 | Woollen caps worn by citizens |
1 Skinker 2 Statute-caps 3 Keel 4 Good-den 5 Passion | |

100 | Defiance, brave deeds |
1 Hardiment 2 Wailful 3 Limn 4 Chace 5 Design |