-Ster Vocabulary Words Quiz

Based on the definitions, guess these words that end with Ster.
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Last updated: January 3, 2020
First submittedDecember 6, 2011
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High-grossing film
British lawyer
Type of soft cheese
Circus leader
British school principal
King's fool
Senatorial delay tactic
Sports car without a fixed roof
Older unmarried woman
Handrail on a staircase
Trendy person
Truck driver (in North America)
To isolate a jury from outside influence
Military officer in charge of provisions
A man who sews
Monastery devoted to religious seclusion
To stuff and cover furniture
Financial supporter of a team or club
One who assumes a false identity
Level 53
May 12, 2014
As a sewing professional and word geek, I'll just mention that "sempster" is a valid (and older) alternate spelling. Also the not-very-p.c. "sempstress", but that doesn't fit this quiz.
Level 50
Jun 18, 2014
Did you hear about the man who fell into the upholstery machine?

Don't worry, he's fully recovered.

Level 71
Aug 16, 2014
That's my kind of (bad) joke : )
Level 35
Aug 16, 2014
It's really surprising, upsetting and disturbing that I neither knew what a seamster is nor had heard the word before, and that so few people got "roadster", "imposter" and "headmaster" right...
Level 44
Aug 16, 2014
"Quartermaster" threw me off because I was in the Navy - it means something very different there.
Level 86
Aug 16, 2014
A cloister is *part* of a monastery, not a separate entity. It can also be part of a college or abbey.
Level 49
Aug 16, 2014
All monostaries are for religious seclusion, it's right there in the name 'mono'.
Level 66
Aug 16, 2014
I have to be honest, I have never heard of a seamster. Feeling pretty stupid right now.
Level 85
Apr 30, 2015
Surely you've heard of a seamstress? And you can probably figure out how the male counterpart would be named (actor-actress, mister-mistress, adulterer-adulteress). I'd never heard the term before either, but that's how I figured it out.
Level 88
Aug 18, 2014
Red Leicester is also a type of cheese. Better, IMO, than either Muenster or Munster (2 different cheeses), especially if aged properly
Level 32
Dec 10, 2017
Not a soft cheese, though, although it is a great cheese :)
Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
And there is Beemster, after Edam and Gouda the biggest dutch cheesename (though might be close to maaslander depending on region)

Muenster is apparently a semi-soft cheese while Munster, a different cheese is soft. Beemster is also semi-soft (look on their official website, the English wikipedia page has incorrectly called it a hard cheese)

I would say a cheese is soft when you can smear it and semi-soft when you can poke your finger in/through it without it crumbling.

Level 71
Apr 26, 2015
No "Quizmaster"?
Level 53
May 4, 2015
A truck driver called a teamster? I have never heard that before. Suppose it must have come from the old days when a man who drove the animal-drawn wagon was called a teamster.
Level 80
Dec 12, 2015
Impostor does not end in er. The clue for booster is far too vague.
Level 67
Dec 17, 2018
I looked it up, both are valid and equally old
Level 74
Jun 23, 2016
What about 'Fraudster' for one who assumes a false identity?
Level 67
Dec 17, 2018
I had trickster
Level 72
Sep 7, 2016
A spinster is not necessarily old...and its a much better word than "bachelorette"
Level 47
Oct 8, 2016
Fraudster for imposter?
Level 79
Feb 1, 2017
No gangster? Huckster? Shyster?
Level 65
Feb 24, 2018
So I tried reupholster time and time and time again. Could not figure out why it wouldn't work. I guess something needs to be upholstered before it can be reupholstered. Doesn't help that I'm sitting on a couch that needs to reupholstered
Level 74
Apr 3, 2018
Filibusters don't only happen in the US Senate. They happen in many parliaments around the world, and often in the lower house as well as the senate.
Level 66
Jul 27, 2018
One who assumes a false identity, I tried Dexter and deckster just in case, didn't work. :)
Level 43
Feb 15, 2019
Fraudster should be accepted for 'One who assumes a false identity'.