Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | v. To purify by affliction. |
1 paroxysm 2 hawthorn 3 thermoelectric 4 chasten 5 dubious | |

2 | v. To divide. |
1 relish 2 disrupt 3 dissever 4 morbid 5 imminent | |

3 | n. One who disagrees. |
1 ferocity 2 enormity 3 dissentient 4 invidious 5 needlework | |

4 | v. To calculate arithmetically. (also a noun meaning zero or nothing) |
1 solstice 2 creed 3 cipher 4 outdo 5 petulance | |

5 | n. A painted or sculptured representation of the Virgin, usually with the infant Jesus. |
1 tireless 2 Madonna 3 misapprehend 4 synonym 5 stultify | |

6 | n. One who espouses a cause or pursues an object in an immoderately partisan manner. |
1 zealot 2 disreputable 3 impious 4 gastronomy 5 chateau | |

7 | n. The rule of many. |
1 polycracy 2 elicit 3 hustle 4 incompetence 5 misogyny | |

8 | adj. Feasible. |
1 leaven 2 practicable 3 itinerate 4 suffrage 5 virtual | |

9 | n. Surmise. |
1 kingship 2 rejuvenescence 3 guess 4 intuition 5 subtrahend | |

10 | v. To burn on the surface. |
1 exhaustible 2 necessary 3 abjure 4 sear 5 satire | |

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11 | v. To wander from place to place. |
1 suasion 2 itinerate 3 extrude 4 pharmacy 5 convolution | |

12 | v. To deem worthy of notice or account. |
1 fez 2 protoplasm 3 deign 4 denominate 5 reconcilable | |

13 | n. An interpreter. |
1 abjure 2 annihilate 3 translator 4 insidious 5 irreversible | |

14 | adj. Lucid. |
1 sequel 2 anthracite 3 faun 4 brae 5 perspicuous | |

15 | v. To appear or act in the character of. |
1 neuter 2 intermit 3 symmetry 4 protuberant 5 impersonate | |

16 | n. That which exerts, or through which one may exert great power. |
1 penurious 2 minion 3 lever 4 anathema 5 dispensation | |

17 | n. A young swan. |
1 mimic 2 gesticulate 3 agile 4 cygnet 5 retroactive | |

18 | n. Accuracy of limitation, definition, or adjustment. |
1 futile 2 felonious 3 precision 4 unaffected 5 fatuous | |

19 | adj. In prosperous circumstances. |
1 vogue 2 well-to-do 3 corps 4 rue 5 diagnose | |

20 | n. One who carries out a reform. |
1 permissible 2 reformer 3 almanac 4 typify 5 recidivist | |

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21 | n. Disagreement. |
1 dissent 2 theism 3 preparatory 4 preferable 5 diffidence | |

22 | n. One who objects, as to a proposition, measure, or ruling. |
1 et cetera 2 objector 3 futile 4 intestine 5 requital | |

23 | n. Intent. |
1 complaisance 2 betimes 3 infamy 4 purport 5 folio | |

24 | v. To diminish or become less. |
1 intestine 2 ingenuity 3 mountaineer 4 eloquent 5 dwindle | |

25 | n. One who has been won over from one religious belief to another. |
1 turpitude 2 autonomy 3 nuisance 4 expand 5 proselyte | |

26 | adj. Deviating from the normal form or standard type. |
1 transact 2 complaisance 3 timorous 4 tilth 5 heteromorphic | |

27 | v. To set apart as sacred. |
1 baleful 2 momentous 3 bibliophile 4 consecrate 5 avidity | |

28 | adj. Compassionate. |
1 donee 2 energetic 3 frantic 4 deplorable 5 piteous | |

29 | v. To regret extremely. |
1 rampant 2 physicist 3 inchoative 4 dehydrate 5 rue | |

30 | n. A mere youth. |
1 stripling 2 torpor 3 mesmerize 4 ruffian 5 toleration | |

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31 | n. The power to produce an intended effect as shown in the production of it. |
1 grandeur 2 malevolence 3 redundant 4 efficacy 5 prescriptible | |

32 | v. To move with haste and promptness. |
1 visage 2 temporary 3 antipathize 4 assessor 5 hustle | |

33 | n. Expansion. |
1 underexposed 2 inadvisable 3 distention 4 inedible 5 inadvertent | |

34 | adj. Falling behind. |
1 macrocosm 2 gratification 3 prohibitory 4 laggard 5 biennial | |

35 | adj. Following in time. |
1 profligate 2 subsequent 3 sibilant 4 incandescent 5 almanac | |

36 | v. To deprive of the power to act. |
1 originate 2 paralyze 3 dominant 4 untoward 5 Antichrist | |

37 | n. Lack or insufficiency. |
1 vituperable 2 discard 3 instantaneous 4 fictitious 5 deficiency | |

38 | adj. Capable of commercial navigation. |
1 impeccable 2 navigable 3 deflect 4 eugenic 5 pincers | |

39 | adj. Surly. |
1 quarrelsome 2 simulate 3 moccasin 4 ill-natured 5 missal | |

40 | adv. Entirely. |
1 deprave 2 outright 3 capillary 4 facetious 5 conversant | |

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41 | n. A record of events in their chronological order, year by year. |
1 annals 2 superintendent 3 pervade 4 contumacious 5 midwife | |

42 | adj. Pertaining to ancient times. |
1 penetration 2 anthracite 3 antique 4 superb 5 breech | |

43 | n. An officer who receives and transmits the orders of the general. |
1 landlord 2 fugacious 3 aide-de-camp 4 conquer 5 eccentricity | |

44 | n. Expression of blame. |
1 reprehension 2 similitude 3 rankle 4 script 5 specialize | |

45 | n. Magnitude. |
1 diligence 2 quantity 3 conjugation 4 acknowledgment 5 Calvary | |

46 | adj. Very eager or urgent. |
1 officious 2 disobedient 3 pestilent 4 second-rate 5 vehement | |

47 | adj. Most important. |
1 aye 2 vitalize 3 administrator 4 principal 5 abase | |

48 | v. To pick or sort out from the rest. |
1 cornice 2 conduce 3 octagon 4 cull 5 landmark | |

49 | n. The state of being icy. |
1 tarnish 2 alluvion 3 iciness 4 jubilation 5 humbug | |

50 | adj. Indifferent or opposed to religion. |
1 globular 2 tranquilize 3 legacy 4 submarine 5 irreligious | |

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51 | n. Laziness. |
1 benevolent 2 indolence 3 carrion 4 disapprove 5 inconstant | |

52 | n. A view or prospect. |
1 supplant 2 precede 3 congregate 4 posse 5 vista | |

53 | adj. Farther or more distant. |
1 off 2 olive-branch 3 egotism 4 ingredient 5 displace | |

54 | n. Caution. |
1 prudence 2 simplify 3 bemoan 4 pestilence 5 beatitude | |

55 | v. To debilitate. |
1 humanitarian 2 enfeeble 3 lax 4 accept 5 satirize | |

56 | adj. Eating with greediness or in very large quantities. |
1 angelic 2 intestacy 3 salacious 4 voracious 5 abduction | |

57 | n. Any infliction or act by way of retaliation on an enemy. |
1 unisonant 2 terrify 3 reprisal 4 vegetarian 5 penance | |

58 | n. Exclusion from intercourse or favor, as in society or politics. |
1 dwindle 2 forejudge 3 antiphony 4 ambidextrous 5 ostracism | |

59 | v. To force forward prematurely. |
1 lexicographer 2 overture 3 precipitate 4 pseudapostle 5 moralize | |

60 | n. One who kills, or tries to kill, treacherously or secretly. |
1 assassin 2 primer 3 decorate 4 foist 5 chancery | |

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61 | n. Total loss or destitution of honor or reputation. |
1 rhetorician 2 lying 3 cholera 4 cosmopolitan 5 infamy | |

62 | n. A wanderer. |
1 pomposity 2 vagabond 3 meticulous 4 violoncello 5 replenish | |

63 | adj. Characteristic of one who is unduly devoted to dress and the niceties of manners. |
1 characteristic 2 laudation 3 foppish 4 nostrum 5 aforesaid | |

64 | v. To have knowledge of, or receive impressions concerning, through the medium of the body senses. |
1 recluse 2 deist 3 paradox 4 biped 5 perceive | |

65 | n. Some auxiliary person or thing. |
1 convalescent 2 dismissal 3 rearrange 4 advent 5 affiliate | |

66 | n. The original of earliest known inhabitants of a country. |
1 macrocosm 2 aborigines 3 deposition 4 exegesis 5 derelict | |

67 | adj. Turning around its axis, like a wheel, or so constructed as to turn thus. |
1 lingual 2 rotary 3 capitulate 4 seclusion 5 savage | |

68 | n. A disturbance or violent agitation. |
1 commotion 2 atrocity 3 instill 4 impracticable 5 inconceivable | |

69 | adj. Derived from authoritative direction. |
1 repeal 2 disinherit 3 formidable 4 prescriptible 5 evert | |

70 | n. A distance in miles. |
1 mileage 2 thesis 3 bibulous 4 legislate 5 luminosity | |

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71 | adj. Relating to making proof, as of a will. |
1 plural 2 remission 3 separable 4 probate 5 dissentious | |

72 | n. The part of a nation's territory that abuts upon another country. |
1 corps 2 frontier 3 ingenuity 4 tilth 5 tactics | |

73 | v. To shut out purposely or forcibly. |
1 technicality 2 exclude 3 replenish 4 protuberant 5 alternate | |

74 | adj. Having power to open or loosen the bowels. |
1 rescind 2 epic 3 laxative 4 cardinal 5 prevention | |

75 | n. A wrong or improper act. |
1 gyroscope 2 evangelical 3 doublet 4 extensible 5 misdeed | |

76 | adj. Indefinitely extensive. |
1 spurious 2 sensibility 3 immeasurable 4 bromine 5 fetus | |

77 | n. That part of anything that is in excess of what is needed. |
1 philology 2 limitation 3 artless 4 denote 5 superfluity | |

78 | v. To subvert in an underhand way. |
1 countervail 2 undermine 3 defensible 4 pretext 5 persuadable | |

79 | adj. Moderately good. |
1 insomnia 2 tolerable 3 filibuster 4 blaze 5 probate | |

80 | n. A space entirely devoid of matter. |
1 vacuum 2 impious 3 intervene 4 cereal 5 imaginary | |

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81 | n. Any severe and strict rule in which the judgment of the governed has little or no part. |
1 immortalize 2 despotism 3 flatulence 4 physicist 5 madden | |

82 | adj. Limited. |
1 travail 2 maize 3 distrust 4 picayune 5 finite | |

83 | n. The act of sending through or across. |
1 transmission 2 repine 3 ascent 4 inquire 5 isle | |

84 | n. A weight suspended by a line to test the verticality of something. |
1 famish 2 perfumery 3 dialect 4 significant 5 plumb | |

85 | v. To put in action and supervise the working of. |
1 exhume 2 operate 3 insufficient 4 pincers 5 eureka | |

86 | n. Quantity or extent of land, especially of cultivated land. |
1 inure 2 acreage 3 lexicon 4 juncture 5 domination | |

87 | adj. More than sufficient. |
1 adieu 2 physiology 3 colloquy 4 undue 5 irritancy | |

88 | n. Anything forbidden, as by social usage. |
1 anathema 2 obelisk 3 periodicity 4 physiology 5 reproof | |

89 | adv. Word for word. |
1 stanchion 2 verbatim 3 obstetrics 4 merciless 5 surround | |

90 | n. A cosmopolitan character. |
1 propeller 2 foresail 3 cosmopolitanism 4 transcontinental 5 frightful | |

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91 | n. Proximity. |
1 contiguity 2 temporary 3 dissonant 4 apotheosis 5 disjunctive | |

92 | adj. That which points out. |
1 simulate 2 indicant 3 acute 4 stimulate 5 accomplice | |

93 | adj. Inclined to strong exhibition or expression of feeling or thoughts. |
1 unsophisticated 2 prohibition 3 demonstrative 4 polycracy 5 ante | |

94 | n. A horizontal framework with two handles at each end for carrying a corpse to the grave. |
1 erratic 2 outstretch 3 deviltry 4 bier 5 surveyor | |

95 | n. The utmost point, side, or border, or that farthest removed from a mean position. |
1 extremity 2 nasal 3 absolution 4 resemblance 5 batten | |

96 | n. Moral fitness. |
1 decency 2 immeasurable 3 reversion 4 luminous 5 bauble | |

97 | adj. Boisterous. |
1 carnal 2 indulgent 3 ordinal 4 pneumatic 5 obstreperous | |

98 | v. To smear over, as with any oily or sticky substance. |
1 besmear 2 effervesce 3 mongrel 4 transferable 5 ostracize | |

99 | n. Division of words into that which is uttered in a single vocal impulse. |
1 cession 2 syllabication 3 accessible 4 opportunist 5 afresh | |

100 | adj. Having reached a high degree of worldly prosperity. |
1 oratorio 2 conclusive 3 tactics 4 successful 5 explosive |