Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | Messenger |
1 Pretend 2 Neeld 3 Missive 4 Dullard 5 Fartuous | |

2 | In front |
1 Warn 2 Cozenage 3 Rack 4 Convert 5 Afront | |

3 | In good condition |
1 Living 2 Sizes 3 Vaward 4 Too too 5 Well-liking | |

4 | Food regulated by the rules of medicine |
1 Diet 2 Mammering 3 Disponge 4 Pun 5 Abide | |

5 | A beggar's dish |
1 Match 2 Inhooped 3 Taking 4 Clack-dish 5 Bond | |

6 | Corresponding |
1 Wailful 2 Squandered 3 Respective 4 Lunes 5 Bollen | |

7 | A beadsman, one bound to pray for another |
1 Unbolt 2 Thrum 3 Doff 4 Hermit 5 Fill-horse | |

8 | A jack in office |
1 Rival 2 Jack guardant 3 Defeat 4 Yellowness 5 Buck-basket | |

9 | A species of game of chance |
1 Flaw 2 Disputable 3 Gourd 4 Unbolted 5 Unhappy | |

10 | One who holds an estate by suit or service to a superior lord; hence one who acts under the direction of another |
1 Side-sleeves 2 Incarnardine 3 Feodary 4 Tilth 5 Fill-horse | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | A projection |
1 Jutty 2 Stover 3 Poise 4 Possess 5 Address | |

12 | To adjure |
1 Forepast 2 Quote 3 Swear 4 Portance 5 Ave | |

13 | Treatment, a disposition to entertain a proposal, service |
1 Sign 2 Twilled 3 Furnished 4 Office 5 Entertainment | |

14 | The wind-pipe |
1 Fosset-seller 2 Cog 3 Testern 4 Seeming 5 Wesand | |

15 | A light woman |
1 Virtue 2 Candle-wasters 3 Beadsman 4 Cock-and-pie 5 Flirt-gill | |

16 | Unused, uncommon |
1 Untraded 2 Laced-mutton 3 Copatain hat 4 Intermission 5 Fights | |

17 | Cheating |
1 Swasher 2 Knap 3 Allow 4 Shame 5 Cozenage | |

18 | To do up, bar, to do |
1 Make 2 Whitely 3 Quart d'ecu 4 Slubber 5 Hap | |

19 | Mangy |
1 Scald 2 Statist 3 Tabour 4 Roynish 5 Advocation | |

20 | An executioner |
1 Hull 2 Exigent 3 Mince 4 Executor 5 Scan | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | Playing as on the virginals, a kind of a spinet |
1 Virginalling 2 Tricked 3 Lethe 4 Corollary 5 Mort-du-vinaigre | |

22 | Blazoned |
1 Cherry-pit 2 Agnise 3 Tike 4 Continuate 5 Tricked | |

23 | To defer |
1 Wits 2 Ames-ace 3 Co-mart 4 Or 5 Prorogue | |

24 | Will o' the wisp |
1 Fire-drake 2 Eye 3 Twiggen 4 Sneck-up 5 Bollen | |

25 | The taper on which the points of the compass are marked under the mariner's needle |
1 Largess 2 Forked 3 Denay 4 Denotement 5 Card | |

26 | Considerate |
1 Incensed 2 Dispark 3 Medicine 4 Advised 5 Harry | |

27 | Inclination |
1 Extravagant 2 Inclining 3 Ousel-cock 4 Seeling 5 Calm | |

28 | A large pear used for baking |
1 Warden 2 Fraughting 3 Path 4 Chuff 5 Comparative | |

29 | Whoring |
1 Lag 2 Hiren 3 Drabbing 4 Neeld 5 Forced | |

30 | Exhausted, weary |
1 Forspent 2 Crisp 3 Hest 4 Trow 5 Dull | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | All hallows' day |
1 Bombast 2 Limn 3 Corinth 4 Stand upon 5 Hallowmas | |

32 | To bury |
1 Concupy 2 Sepulchre 3 Sorel 4 Brawl 5 Mehercle | |

33 | A woman's breasts, a doll |
1 Mammets 2 Wittol 3 Ratolorum 4 Pinfold 5 Greek | |

34 | Countenance, complexion |
1 Misdoubt 2 Factious 3 Intentively 4 By'rlakin 5 Leer | |

35 | Durable |
1 From 2 Chamberer 3 Tend 4 Perdurable 5 Thick-pleached | |

36 | To come to life |
1 Count confect 2 Even 3 Quicken 4 Pied 5 Pun | |

37 | Illegitimate |
1 Bird-bolt 2 Kibe 3 Keisar 4 Induction 5 Miscreate | |

38 | Frightened |
1 Gast 2 Raught 3 Pilcher 4 Refer 5 Happily | |

39 | Curiously beautiful |
1 Quaint 2 Achieve 3 Affy 4 Greenly 5 Sharked | |

40 | Shrewishness |
1 Curstness 2 Untented 3 Address 4 Diet 5 Roundure | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | Perhaps to extirpate; hanmer thinks it means to kill by stopping the urine |
1 Land-damn 2 Knap 3 Tokened 4 Ratolorum 5 Hall | |

42 | Vinegar |
1 Plight 2 Eisel 3 Unbated 4 Filth 5 Months-mind | |

43 | Deception |
1 Abuse 2 Incorrect 3 Venew 4 Intermission 5 Comptible | |

44 | In a manner becoming a surgeon |
1 Fancy-free 2 Chirurgeonly 3 Successively 4 Mankind 5 Incorrect | |

45 | A loose outer coat, or smock frock |
1 Taste 2 Cease 3 Quick 4 Gaberdine 5 Unclew | |

46 | A kind of crape |
1 Plight 2 Cypress 3 Sorry 4 Stale 5 Gimmor | |

47 | A statue |
1 Testern 2 Statua 3 Bombast 4 Convent 5 Answer | |

48 | A suit, cause |
1 Cheater 2 Caliver 3 Quarrel 4 Crack 5 Quote | |

49 | Solemnly |
1 Chaudron 2 Demurely 3 Widow 4 Hunt-counter 5 Embowelled | |

50 | To fetter |
1 Gyve 2 Mealed 3 Comparative 4 Fub off 5 Cade | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | Or mandrake a plant of soporiferous quality, supposed to resemble a man |
1 Inclip 2 Living 3 Boitier vert 4 Carl 5 Mandragora | |

52 | Marked with plague spots |
1 Ropery 2 Giglot 3 Spilth 4 Tokened 5 Humorous | |

53 | To have feelings |
1 Single 2 Spring 3 Utterance 4 Passion 5 Bilberry | |

54 | Twanging |
1 Reverb 2 Twangling 3 Bolted 4 Cox my passion 5 Advertising | |

55 | Deceptive |
1 Advertisement 2 Whoop 3 Pathetical 4 Quaint 5 Falsing | |

56 | Doleful, melancholy |
1 Horologe 2 Raught 3 Dry 4 Yeoman 5 Sullen | |

57 | Thirsty |
1 Biggen 2 Whitster 3 Practisant 4 Dry 5 Detect | |

58 | Lazy |
1 Lither 2 Sufferance 3 Loach 4 Od's pittikins 5 Preciously | |

59 | Past tense of reach |
1 Hest 2 Cowl-staff 3 Prick 4 Raught 5 Front | |

60 | Fat |
1 Seam 2 Jaunce 3 Articulate 4 Leasing 5 Villain | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | To the utmost |
1 Much 2 Tabourine 3 Advocation 4 Home 5 Bombard | |

62 | To enclose |
1 Motion 2 Slave 3 Memorise 4 Pale 5 Consort | |

63 | Unowned |
1 Tell 2 Palabras 3 Unowed 4 Government 5 Cinque pace | |

64 | Accursed, outlawed |
1 Tent 2 Rascal 3 Castilian 4 Prone 5 Forbid | |

65 | To moderate |
1 Qualify 2 Placket 3 Sight 4 Quarry 5 Table-book | |

66 | That to which one is bound |
1 Kickshaw 2 Nayward 3 Worship 4 Bond 5 Ouphe | |

67 | Without |
1 Quit 2 Commodity 3 Inhooped 4 Straight 5 Sans | |

68 | Simply, absolutely |
1 Owe 2 Henchman 3 Loof 4 Merely 5 Misprise | |

69 | Gospel, truth |
1 Solidare 2 Writ 3 Lenten 4 Indent 5 Perfect | |

70 | Ready, quick |
1 Swift 2 Motive 3 Gout 4 Slips 5 Pickt-hatch | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | A term of contempt applied to persons |
1 Scant 2 Rag 3 Palmy 4 Welkin 5 Waist | |

72 | Pinched |
1 Sneaped 2 Relative 3 Lush 4 Pew-fellow 5 Sear | |

73 | Poaching, pilfering |
1 Honest 2 Inly 3 Cony-catching 4 Even 5 Curtal | |

74 | To swallow speedily |
1 Englut 2 Stover 3 Quick 4 Sorriest 5 Abridgement | |

75 | To acknowledge, confess |
1 Agnise 2 Gentry 3 Widow 4 Discontent 5 Dolt | |

76 | A cannibal |
1 Utis 2 Suspect 3 Port 4 Dole 5 Anthropophaginian | |

77 | The little bell rung at mass to give notice that the elements are consecrated |
1 Scotch 2 Cataian 3 Sacring-bell 4 Conceit 5 Use | |

78 | Pricked |
1 Rivality 2 Hit 3 Hair 4 Constancy 5 Touched | |

79 | A large ship of burden |
1 Moe 2 Carack 3 Poor-john 4 Cowl-staff 5 Gilder | |

80 | Chicken, a term of endearment |
1 Nether-stocks 2 Bots 3 Chuck 4 Fulfill 5 Derogate | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | Union |
1 Tent 2 Giglot 3 Being 4 Couplement 5 Address | |

82 | The game of backgammon, a note-book |
1 Estridge 2 Image 3 Mallecho 4 Tables 5 Leech | |

83 | A high-crowned hat |
1 Coragio 2 Nuthook 3 Mop 4 Quarry 5 Copatain hat | |

84 | Versed, instructed |
1 Stover 2 Seen 3 Scamel 4 Hild 5 Dispute | |

85 | To shape or contrive |
1 Disme 2 Project 3 Darraign 4 Rawness 5 Scathful | |

86 | Int. an exclamation of contempt |
1 Wot 2 Tilly-vally 3 Defeature 4 Lated 5 Round | |

87 | Pause, delay |
1 Timeless 2 Broken 3 Intermission 4 Out-look 5 Lode-star | |

88 | To swallow |
1 Forgetive 2 Fraughting 3 Stand upon 4 Glut 5 Convertite | |

89 | Rambling, disjointed |
1 Skimble-skamble 2 Self-bounty 3 Unbarbed 4 Repeal 5 Paddock | |

90 | To invite, to convict |
1 Disme 2 Flush 3 Indite 4 Noddy 5 Patched | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | Used ludicrously for comedy |
1 True 2 Rood 3 Sowter 4 Gorbellied 5 Commonty | |

92 | Evil befal |
1 Progress 2 Draught 3 Beshrew 4 Quiddity 5 Cracker | |

93 | Ridiculously used for 'obstinate.' |
1 Pedascule 2 Crestless 3 Spill 4 Obstacle 5 Liking | |

94 | Entrails |
1 Chaudron 2 Curtal-axe 3 Red-lattice 4 Crack 5 Module | |

95 | To tempt, entice |
1 Vie 2 Tell 3 Bona-roba 4 Darraign 5 Suggest | |

96 | To place oneself in a cave |
1 Noddy 2 Dribbling 3 Strachy 4 Disputable 5 Encave | |

97 | Composition |
1 Scurvy 2 Scaffoldage 3 Compostion 4 Neb 5 Quitance | |

98 | By night |
1 Baffle 2 Affy 3 Anight 4 Recheat 5 Caviare | |

99 | To cry out with astonishment |
1 Whoop 2 Staniel 3 Passant 4 Dull 5 Micher | |

100 | Empire |
1 Gnarl 2 A-good 3 Empery 4 Quality 5 Loof |