Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | Exercising |
1 Hiren 2 Romage 3 Sowl 4 Queasy 5 Breathing | |

2 | Uninterrupted |
1 Gaze 2 Utter 3 Castilian 4 Unexpressive 5 Continuate | |

3 | Increasing |
1 Backward 2 Advised 3 Sheen 4 Toys 5 Crescive | |

4 | Beaten path |
1 Ostentation 2 Galliasse 3 Equipage 4 Trade 5 Impeachment | |

5 | A shade of colour, as in shot silk |
1 Specially 2 Occurent 3 Eye 4 Misprise 5 Honesty | |

6 | Condition |
1 Unjust 2 Touse 3 Rift 4 Whiting-time 5 Liking | |

7 | Washing in lye |
1 Counterfeit 2 Continent 3 Swear over 4 Buck-washing 5 Ames-ace | |

8 | A guess |
1 Emulation 2 Gamester 3 Dribbling 4 Aim 5 Winter-ground | |

9 | The feeding place of swine |
1 Englut 2 Suspire 3 Wondered 4 Zany 5 Frank | |

10 | Out of control |
1 Hag-seed 2 Intend 3 Yaw 4 Breathing 5 Incarnardine | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | Interj. much good may it do you |
1 Countervail 2 Mistress 3 Damn 4 Preface 5 Fester | |

12 | The tufted end of a thread in weaving |
1 Jut 2 Digression 3 Bestraught 4 Thrum 5 Defence | |

13 | Unimportant |
1 Intending 2 Unavoided 3 Immoment 4 Ancient 5 Passant | |

14 | A long-tailed dog |
1 Dich 2 Trundle-tail 3 Engross 4 Fair 5 Ch'ill | |

15 | Used ridiculously for ' virtuous.' |
1 Wrest 2 Eterne 3 Fartuous 4 Advised 5 Properties | |

16 | To swerve |
1 Vast 2 Wry 3 Gimmor 4 Hermit 5 Quicken | |

17 | Active |
1 Quip 2 Likelihood 3 Image 4 Teen 5 Quiver | |

18 | Tillage |
1 Tilth 2 Circumstance 3 Taking up 4 Mandragora 5 Galliard | |

19 | Stringhalt, a disease of horses |
1 Lode-star 2 Memorise 3 Springhalt 4 Insconce 5 Paritor | |

20 | To probe; hence, to apply a healing remedy |
1 Search 2 Rake 3 Pack 4 Balm 5 Worth | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | To attend to |
1 Corinth 2 Flecked 3 Tend 4 Busky 5 Martlemas | |

22 | To affright |
1 Inkhorn-mate 2 Forgetive 3 Fear 4 Tallow-catch 5 Votarist | |

23 | Conjecture |
1 Estimation 2 Coystril 3 Fox-ship 4 Discase 5 Kibe | |

24 | Government |
1 Convince 2 Regiment 3 Mate 4 Dolt 5 Toward | |

25 | To confine |
1 Mew up 2 Sped 3 Stranger 4 Misprise 5 A-good | |

26 | Nightly solemnity |
1 Wight 2 Dry 3 Stuck 4 Night-rule 5 Garboil | |

27 | A small dutch coin |
1 Dolt 2 Eyas 3 Bawcock 4 O'erparted 5 Dearn | |

28 | The cataract in the eye |
1 Web and pin 2 Excrement 3 Cite 4 Blow 5 Coster-monger | |

29 | A child |
1 Barn 2 Cavalero 3 Brotherhood 4 Diverted 5 Rascal | |

30 | Boaster |
1 Crescive 2 Picked 3 Refer 4 Strossers 5 Cracker | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | To ornament, disguise with ornament |
1 Watch 2 Pash 3 Wealth 4 Flourish 5 Taxing | |

32 | Away, apart |
1 Gorbellied 2 Inhabitable 3 Abroad 4 Complexion 5 Pay | |

33 | A free-school |
1 Charge-house 2 Nephew 3 Kern 4 Hilding 5 Lapsed | |

34 | Traitors |
1 Thrum 2 Mince 3 Treachers 4 Profane 5 Parle | |

35 | The name of a familiar spirit |
1 Bate 2 Straited 3 Groundling 4 Xanthippe 5 Mephistophilus | |

36 | Strictness |
1 Principality 2 Fear 3 Corinthian 4 Stricture 5 Harry | |

37 | A bass viol |
1 Laced-mutton 2 Stover 3 Quell 4 Viol-de-gamboys 5 Order | |

38 | Allied |
1 Interessed 2 Argier 3 Statua 4 Jade 5 Greek | |

39 | Vengeance |
1 Say 2 Sizes 3 Wreak 4 Barnacle 5 Able | |

40 | Prophesy |
1 Rivality 2 Calculate 3 Regreet 4 Importance 5 Pauca verba | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | Horned |
1 Rawness 2 Sudden 3 Valanced 4 Forked 5 Abroad | |

42 | Towards denial |
1 Fast 2 Valanced 3 Distempered 4 Pin 5 Nayward | |

43 | Unsearchable |
1 Unbolted 2 Strangeness 3 Pavin 4 Passionate 5 Untented | |

44 | A scoff |
1 Umbered 2 Gleek 3 Operant 4 Wimpled 5 Whitely | |

45 | Few, a cant word |
1 Turn 2 Supposed 3 Juvenal 4 Paucas 5 Dear | |

46 | A scout or spy |
1 Even 2 Espial 3 Kam 4 Roisting 5 Brush | |

47 | A thing stuffed to resemble a bird with which the falconer allures a hawk |
1 Cavalero 2 Roundure 3 Lure 4 Nowl 5 Capocchia | |

48 | To make keen |
1 Quote 2 Audacious 3 Enkindle 4 Poor-john 5 Wee | |

49 | Unconscious |
1 Kern 2 Incapable 3 Under-wrought 4 Erewhile 5 Purchase | |

50 | Adorned with a valence or fringe; applied to the beard |
1 Being 2 Crants 3 Valanced 4 Patch 5 Supposed | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | To refute |
1 Translated 2 Fat 3 Seeling 4 Consign 5 Refell | |

52 | Inconsiderately |
1 Ave-mary 2 Quality 3 Pathetical 4 Securely 5 Honesty | |

53 | Unsifted, unrefined |
1 Troth-plight 2 Despatch 3 Thick-pleached 4 Unbolted 5 Aierie | |

54 | To engraff, engrafted |
1 Convert 2 Extern 3 Venge 4 Voluntary 5 Ingraft | |

55 | A ludicrous mistake for rotulorum |
1 Wailful 2 Pheeze 3 Convent 4 Fehemently 5 Ratolorum | |

56 | Fatal, deadly, murderous |
1 Livery 2 Plaited 3 Mort 4 Mortal 5 Loach | |

57 | To bare, lay open |
1 Imbare 2 Bob 3 Cock 4 Apple-john 5 Whiles | |

58 | One who bears a palm-branch, in token of having made a pilgrimage to palestine |
1 Diet 2 Garboil 3 Sped 4 Palmer 5 Corinth | |

59 | A moor |
1 Flush 2 Beetle 3 Morisco 4 Turn 5 Rag | |

60 | To reward with a tester, or six-pence |
1 Depend 2 Intentively 3 Validity 4 Inclining 5 Testern | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | An agent |
1 Derived 2 Advertisement 3 Cheer 4 Rabato 5 Broker | |

62 | To restrain |
1 Rook 2 Encave 3 Flush 4 Disposition 5 Keep | |

63 | A nestling hawk |
1 Gulf 2 Kickshaw 3 Glose 4 Eyas 5 Seel | |

64 | A machine of war |
1 Moon-calf 2 Pugging 3 Engine 4 Carack 5 Carl | |

65 | Silken |
1 Owe 2 Say 3 Conveyance 4 Kecksy 5 Rushling | |

66 | A pearl |
1 Wilderness 2 Saw 3 Frontlet 4 Moonish 5 Union | |

67 | Transgression |
1 Derived 2 Bucking 3 Planched 4 Digression 5 Meazel | |

68 | Good-evening, contracted from 'good-even.' |
1 Varlet 2 Good-den 3 Brawl 4 Knap 5 Broken | |

69 | To conquer, subdue |
1 Giglot 2 Convince 3 Seniory 4 Romage 5 Sightless | |

70 | A physician |
1 Opinioned 2 Medicine 3 Intentively 4 Eterne 5 Trojan | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | Foolishly |
1 Chopin 2 Barn 3 Greenly 4 Collection 5 Foreslow | |

72 | To delay |
1 Fineless 2 Yield 3 Unbreathed 4 Foreslow 5 Hermit | |

73 | An oath, a euphemism for 'god's passion.' |
1 Steeled 2 Cox my passion 3 Brach 4 Mow 5 Sway | |

74 | Money received |
1 Fap 2 Tokened 3 Apprehension 4 Aspect 5 Receipt | |

75 | A sieve |
1 Solve 2 Bolter 3 Eld 4 Palabras 5 Degrees | |

76 | To flatter |
1 Fartuous 2 Allowance 3 Unquestionable 4 Smooth 5 Retire | |

77 | Contrivance |
1 Sneap 2 Moon-calf 3 Gimmor 4 Untrimmed 5 Convert | |

78 | Wicked stratagem |
1 Od's heartlings 2 Chuck 3 Fill-horse 4 Triple 5 Practise | |

79 | The shore |
1 Rivage 2 Rubious 3 Undergo 4 Fehemently 5 Red-lattice | |

80 | To be in service |
1 Balm 2 Depend 3 Kickshaw 4 Absey-book 5 Prone | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | Escort |
1 Good-den 2 Bond 3 Voluntary 4 Cease 5 Convoy | |

82 | The fool in the old plays |
1 Of the field 2 Antick 3 Apple-john 4 Gentry 5 Undergo | |

83 | Winding |
1 Pathetical 2 Quench 3 Windring 4 Periapts 5 Mose | |

84 | An object of wonder |
1 Kindle 2 Gaze 3 Retire 4 Regiment 5 Pouncet-box | |

85 | Going, steps |
1 Enfeoff 2 Ronvon 3 Gait 4 Vade 5 Side-sleeves | |

86 | The mark in the middle of a target |
1 Clout 2 Obsequiously 3 Seeling 4 Pretend 5 Quench | |

87 | Heaped, as on a ridge |
1 Setebos 2 Flote 3 Stand upon 4 Tell 5 Balked | |

88 | Jealousy, mutiny |
1 Topless 2 Emulation 3 Tilth 4 Subscribe 5 Sennet | |

89 | Rank, lecherous |
1 Starkly 2 Extern 3 League 4 Prime 5 Suppose | |

90 | Temptation, enticement |
1 Securely 2 Suggestion 3 Lated 4 Main-course 5 Fights | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | To rankle, grow virulent |
1 Mort 2 Setter 3 Sconce 4 Fester 5 Degrees | |

92 | A word of doubtful meaning |
1 Setter 2 Libbard 3 Suited 4 Strachy 5 Skill | |

93 | Game, a heap of game |
1 Mincing 2 Clap i' the clout 3 Quarry 4 Plantation 5 Wax | |

94 | Fortune |
1 Main-course 2 Speed 3 Quest 4 Vainness 5 Frush | |

95 | A clock |
1 Night-rule 2 Tight 3 Foot-cloth 4 Horologe 5 Validity | |

96 | A made dish |
1 Kickshaw 2 Touched 3 Sad 4 Thrum 5 Firago | |

97 | Opinion, judgment |
1 Respective 2 Lass-lorn 3 Rate 4 Gaberdine 5 Forked | |

98 | A frolicsome person, a loose woman |
1 Gamester 2 Nayword 3 Gentry 4 Feodary 5 Jack guardant | |

99 | A harlot |
1 Drab 2 Flat 3 Out-look 4 Putter-out 5 Humorous | |

100 | A pike |
1 Juvenal 2 Consign 3 Precept 4 Carkanet 5 Partizan |