Synonyms Challenge

Synonyms Challenge

Please read each question carefully and select the correct answer by clicking on the corresponding button. The answer key will be provided after the quiz is scored. Streeeetch that mind!

1.

If your mother told you your efforts to make an apple pie were "otiose", what does that mean?

Futile
Perfunctory
Furtive
Lucrative
I don't know
2.

You call up a buddy but s/he tells you that s/he is a little "assiduous'. What's another way to say this?

Sedate
Obstinate
Obdurate
Engaged
I don't know
3.

If everything seems a little "nebulous", it is also:

Vanguard
Napper
Veiled
Succor
I don't know
4.

Your boss is planning a company "procurement". In other words, it's a:

Zonule
Conclave
Cumshaw
Curtailment
I don't know
5.

You decide you want to be more "stalwart". What is another way to say this?

Robust
Unctuous
Efficacious
Incongruous
I don't know
6.

You called a co-worker "quixotic". S/he is now upset because it means:

Sumptuous
Indigent
Preposterous
Ribald
I don't know
7.

You've been experiencing a week of "infelicity". This means:

Jocularity
Farrago
Ingress
Tribulation
I don't know
8.

You're in the market for a "sequacious" dog. In other words, it should be:

Compliant
Unremitting
Homebred
Buxom
I don't know
9.

You have "omnifarious" activities planned for your vacation to Europe. What's another way to say this?

Frugal
Disparate
Salubrious
Pernicious
I don't know
10.

Someone "comminutes" your bike. A synonym for this is:

Pilfers
Usurps
Overhauls
Pulverizes
I don't know
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