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Five Letter Vocabulary Chain

Guess these five letter vocabulary words where the last letter of each answer is the first answer of the next.
Last updated: November 14, 2018
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Related to the moon
Related to past times (slang)
Group of eight musicians
Pre-arranged rendezvous between lovers
Semi-precious stone typically yellow in color
Slang for zero
Brownish-green eye color
Extremely angry
Singular of data
Recurring theme in music or art
Monk of the Franciscan or other
related orders
Scoundrel, rascal, scamp
To give a large amount of money where the
interest is used to provide ongoing support
Dock; quay
Place for discussion or gathering.
(The original one was in ancient Rome)
To imitate or mock
Biblical measure based on the
length of the forearm
Largest bone in the lower leg
Caustic; bitter
Priest in ancient Celtic cultures
God or goddess
Rube; bumpkin
level 71
Mar 4, 2018
I have never come across the word rube in over 50 years of speaking and reading English, so I've learned a new word today.
level 72
Mar 4, 2018
You know what you look like to me, with your good bag and your cheap shoes? You look like a rube. A well-scrubbed, hustling rube with a little taste. Good nutrition has given you some length of bone, but you're not more than one generation from poor white trash, are you, Agent Tolerated?
level 63
Aug 13, 2018
Killer reference! At last, lambs are silent!
level 75
Aug 13, 2018
It is a nickname for Reuben, but no idea why that name was connected to a country bumpkin. Back when 98% of the population lived on farms, I'm not sure why a popular given name was singled out to disparage.
level 54
Aug 13, 2018
The German word for turnip has the "rube" sound in it. Considering the phrase seems to have become popular at about the time a lot of German/Germanic immigration to America, non-German speakers might have used to mean "dumb as a turnip".
level 65
Mar 4, 2018
This was a challenging one. It's hard to guess the wanted word when you don't even know what the definition means. I'm not complaining though, it's always nice to learn something new.
level 70
Mar 4, 2018
I love the quiz (I got a perfect score! Words are my thing), but I gotta ask: why did you accept "yahoo" for "yokel"? Yahoo, not ending in "L", doesn't chain onto "lunar". Yes, I am accusing you of being too lenient. Nice change of pace, eh?
level 81
Mar 4, 2018
I didn't know the end was supposed to chain, but that'd be nice.
level 73
Mar 10, 2018
The end always chains in this kind of quizzes.
level 75
Mar 4, 2018
So frustrating...only to remember too late that it's a "chain" quiz! *face palm*
level 67
Mar 4, 2018
Another dam tough one
level 78
Aug 13, 2018
The least-guessed answer was tough for me (shocking, I know). "rascal" and "scamp" both gave me the impression of a child, but the answer is not a word I associate with children.
level 66
Aug 13, 2018
After Tryst, which I never got, I completely lost pace and it made the quiz much harder.
level 72
Aug 13, 2018
I was IRATE that I could not get the angry question, and I just read the comment that this was a Chain quiz. Double face palm for me.
level 58
Aug 14, 2018
"Slang for zero" should include the answer "zip".
level 66
Aug 15, 2018
"Zip" is neither five letters, nor ends in H. Otherwise, good point.
level 46
Jun 16, 2019
Brilliant, owned
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