You have to be a walking dictionary if you intend to answer these 15 questions. Average: 53%

You have to be a walking dictionary

You have to be a walking dictionary if you intend to answer these 15 questions correctly. If you know what it means vehemently, you already have a point in your account.

You have to be a walking dictionary if you intend to answer these 15 questions. Average: 53%


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  • Question of

    If we say that a person is a pilgrim, we mean that:

    • Searches for adventures.
    • Goes through strange lands.
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    Meanings associated with animadversion:

    • Enmity, hostility.
    • Perplexity, irresolution.
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    The polygon that has four angles and four sides is called:

    • Enegon
    • Tetragon
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    Meanings associated with apocryphal:

    • False or fake.
    • Proud, superb.
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    The person who moves easily and quickly is called:

    • Agile
    • Jaunty
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    The lack of demure and modesty is known as:

    • Imprint
    • Indecency
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    Meanings associated with skepticism:

    • Clarification, explanation.
    • Distrust or doubt of the truth or effectiveness of something.
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    If we call a person jovial, we mean that it is:

    • Cheerful, festive, gentle.
    • Of melancholic character or genius.
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    Meanings associated with magnanimity:

    • Benevolence, clemency.
    • Bigger than any other in its kind.
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    What does impertinent mean?

    • Lacking education or delicacy.
    • That is not relevant, or that is annoying by word or deed.
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    The torn piece of the dress or other clothing is called:

    • Shred
    • Tear
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    What does vehemently mean?

    • That has an impetuous force.
    • That is worth a lot or has a lot of esteem or power.
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    To confront something with another or other things, or compare them having them in sight is:

    • Quote
    • Collate
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    If we talk about a precarious situation, we mean that it is:

    • Of low stability or duration.
    • Continuous, incessant, that has no intermission.
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    Meanings associated with taint:

    • Spoil something
    • Soften something by squeezing it or hitting it.

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