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H Vocabulary Words Quiz

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Definition
Word
Vagabond
Animal that eats only plants
Garage for airplanes
Belief in the pursuit of pleasure
Female school principal, in Britain
Spearlike weapon used to hunt whales
The longest side of a right triangle
10,000 square meters
Colonial Spanish estate
Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca
Budget hotel with dormitory
accomodations
Definition
Word
Predecessor to the piano
Religious recluse
To bleed heavily
Uncivilized person; pagan
Unruly soccer fan
Large flatfish, popular as food
Extreme exaggeration
Very hot type of chili pepper
Where concubines live
Bad breath
Hairy
Answer Stats
Definition
Word
% Correct
Your %
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level 28
Aug 20, 2012
100% first try. :) Good times.
+1
level 57
Sep 13, 2013
Bleeding, technically known as hemorrhaging.... Desanguination is a massive blood loss, and the complete loss of blood is referred to as exsanguination. I never knew that.
+1
level 60
Sep 14, 2014
I did.
+2
level 57
Dec 21, 2016
Took the quiz a second time, still missed it. I keep thinking hemorrhaging is confined to bleeding in the brain.
+7
level 73
Sep 25, 2013
Anyone else try "Hairy" for "Hairy"?
+1
level 66
Dec 19, 2014
I did. :D
+5
level 21
Apr 15, 2014
I was thinking heckler for unruly soccer fan.
+1
level 40
Dec 15, 2017
Same
+2
level 56
Apr 11, 2018
Hooligan seems like a strange term. The definition is more of a general troublemaker, not specifically someone who causes trouble at a game. Maybe it is just a local think in Europe.
+1
level 55
Apr 22, 2014
How about Homebody for Recluse?
+1
level 66
Feb 19, 2015
I agree
+1
level 54
Jul 7, 2016
I tried homebody because hermit didn't come to mind. But it's not the same thing, homebody is just someone who likes hanging out at home.
+2
level ∞
Apr 22, 2017
Changed to "religious recluse"
+1
level 30
Jul 27, 2014
I think "Homeless" should be accepted for "Vagabond"
+2
level 60
Sep 14, 2014
Why? A vagabond is a traveler seeking food, work and temporary lodging. Homeless does not infer traveling to seek work or food. You may be homeless living in your car or van, but ceratinly not a vagabond.
+1
level 46
Feb 19, 2015
Homeless is an adjective. It cannot be a synonym for a noun like vagabond.
+2
level 13
Feb 21, 2015
Homeless can also be a noun. E.g. "I went to feed the Homeless"
+1
level 31
May 31, 2015
"People" is implicit at the end of "I went to feed the homeless". You wouldn't refer to one of them as "a homeless". At least I hope you wouldn't. You might also call them "the hungry", but not call one of them "a hungry".
+1
level 72
Oct 6, 2014
My first guess for the 'piano predecessor' was hurdy gurdy. Got the right answer right away, though.
+1
level 25
Feb 19, 2015
I always thought harpsichord was the full name for a harp. I am dumb.
+1
level 31
May 31, 2015
Good thing you can type, then.
+1
level 79
Nov 5, 2014
I'm always going to remember that last one as wearing a "hair suit".
+1
level 53
Jan 5, 2015
3:35 left! Woot!
+1
level 53
Feb 27, 2018
3:48 myself, it's weird how some of these are easy for me and other letters I miss a few.
+1
level 72
Feb 19, 2015
Had to think on a couple but got them all...
+2
level 30
Feb 20, 2015
Hoodlum for unruly football/soccer fan?
+1
level 26
Feb 21, 2015
Could 'homeless' be acceptable as an alternative to 'hobo'? The use word hobo is really uncommon and is fairly informal to an english person like me
+1
level 31
May 31, 2015
Read the comments above.
+1
level 50
Feb 23, 2015
Fun quiz.
+1
level 35
Mar 5, 2017
Please accept 'hectacre.' I tried that and many other variations but gave up...
+1
level ∞
Apr 22, 2017
Ok
+1
level 63
Apr 10, 2018
Really?
+1
level 74
Apr 27, 2017
Hirtuse for hairy?
+1
level 74
Apr 27, 2017
Hubris for extreme exaggeration?
+2
level 72
Sep 20, 2017
Not the same thing. Though using hyperbole and expecting to be believed or taken seriously might indicate a certain level of hubris. Bigly.
+1
level 38
Apr 9, 2018
Trust me, my words are the best.
+1
level 65
Nov 1, 2017
Oh, THAT's what hirsute means. Though I just have to point out, y'know what's another word for hairy that starts with H? Hairy. XD
+1
level 72
Apr 1, 2018
hair suit
+2
level 25
Feb 24, 2018
How about hore-house? that works doesnt it?
+1
level 66
Apr 9, 2018
Can't "heretic" be accepted for "Uncivilized person; pagan"?
+1
level 67
Apr 9, 2018
I was thinking "Hun".
+1
level 71
Apr 9, 2018
Also tried heretic. Works for the pagan part, not sure about uncivilized...
+1
level 72
Apr 9, 2018
Apologies to NYC - the first time I typed harem I accidentally inserted an L as the fourth letter and then couldn't figure out for a second why it wasn't accepted. A mind is a terrible thing to lose.
+1
level 63
Apr 10, 2018
harem - somebody's misunderstanding of "haram," which means "forbidden." As in don't eat that meat (or, stay out of that room with those women) - it's forbidden.
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