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Definition
Word
Bee noise
Scatterbrained person
Clumsy person
Ballroom dance in 3/4 time
American music popular before 1960
Common mineral made of Silicon Dioxide
Red, cylindrical hat
Slang for police
One cycle per second
Internet slang for humor,
often at someone else's expense
Definition
Word
Type of figure-skating jump
Slang for nose
Yellow gemstone
To rush the passer in football
Stuffed Russian pancake
Israeli commune
Opulence, extravagance
Flair, zest
To spray with liquid
To heckle
Answer Stats
Definition
Word
% Correct
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level 55
Apr 28, 2014
Topaz can be any color.
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level 59
Apr 29, 2014
Pure topaz is clear, but yellow is one of if not the most common colors of topaz (it gets it's tint from impurities). Orange/Gold/Yellow topaz is the birthstone for November, which is likely part of the reason it is commonly known as yellow.
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level 46
Apr 30, 2014
Blue topaz is also the birth stone for March, should really list chemical formula or Moh's hardness as a hint for that one.
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level 56
Jul 17, 2015
Blue Topaz is not the birthstone for March - Aquamarine is.
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level 76
Apr 29, 2014
Tough. Only knew 11 and never heard of those I didn't get.
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level 57
Oct 15, 2016
Hey, same here.
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level 32
Apr 29, 2014
That was a fun one.
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level 71
Apr 29, 2014
Only missed lulz (LOL)
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level 67
Apr 29, 2014
What about Razmataz or varied spellings for flair?
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level 47
Apr 29, 2014
Got all except "razz."
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level 61
Apr 29, 2014
I feel like snozz should also be accepted for schnoz.
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level 66
Jan 27, 2015
And, I always thought it ended with 2 zees.
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level 56
Mar 25, 2016
That's what I tried too. I didn't get schnoz.
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level 57
Oct 15, 2016
I tried snoz, and couldn't work out what else it could be.
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level 62
Apr 29, 2014
I would object to Jazz being relegated to popularity only before 1960. It is certainly popular now.
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level ∞
Apr 29, 2014
Jazz accounts for only 1.1% of record sales.
+2
level 27
Aug 22, 2014
Record sales mean nothing any more.
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level 17
Aug 24, 2014
So jazz can only manage 1.1% of nothing? Tough times.
+2
level 72
Apr 29, 2014
Fezzes are cool.
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level 50
Jun 18, 2014
As are bowties.
+2
level 30
Mar 25, 2015
And bananas and custard.
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level 48
May 20, 2015
Geronimo
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level 63
May 28, 2014
Are Fezzes really always red? What is one called when it is some other color?
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level 3
Aug 5, 2014
one good one
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level 60
Dec 19, 2014
Internet slang, heh, "Lolz"... OH MY GOD THAT WORKED!! 0_0
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level 58
May 27, 2015
Insert "I'm knowledgeable but still didn't get the answer so I'm going to complain" comment here. Hehe. Fun quiz.
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level 70
Dec 6, 2015
I see 'spritz' in the dictionaries as spraying with liquid, but in 52 years in England I've not noticed this usage in books, print, on the web or in conversation. Whereas many friends and I use its Italian, especially Venetian usage to mean a cocktail of bitter liqueur with pro secco. The clue would be better understood if it referred to this meaning.
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level 61
Apr 8, 2018
I always hear this word with reference to beauty products (like spritz your hair/face/skin with this product) Maybe it's an American term or maybe I've spent too much time in salons...
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level 55
May 18, 2018
Since it's quite obviously derived from our German word "spritzen" (to spray), it's probably one of the Yiddish words that are particularly common in the US and not so much in other English-speaking countries.
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level 38
Dec 24, 2015
Even though I finally got klutz for "clumsy person," I think spaz should also be a correct answer.
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level 78
Jan 4, 2016
Doesn't that also mean someone a bit stupid?
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level 68
Aug 14, 2016
Also, I think "spaz" is technically slang (a shortening of "spastic"), although given the appearance of "lulz" as one of the answers, slang should be no barrier to acceptance 😜
+2
level 45
Mar 17, 2016
I'm usually not one to comment, but this time I can't help but do so. Anyone else slightly disappointed that 'quiz' wasn't one of the answers? I know it wouldn't add much to the difficulty curve, but I think it would be beautifully clever.
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level 56
Mar 25, 2016
I'm annoyed by the clue for "blitz". That's neither the original nor the most common definition for the word. I have no idea about American football terminology. It's interesting not knowing answers when I haven't heard of the answer but not when it's just a bad clue.
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level 46
May 3, 2016
some of these words have not been uttered for decades and you can't even find them in dictionaries
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level 57
Jun 29, 2016
Got stuck for a while on the "Scatterbrained person" Q. Yutz seemed to fit the bill... putz to a lesser extent. Finally took a shot with Spazz.... and of course Ditz pops up in its place. I'll take it!
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level 69
Feb 4, 2017
Haaay! The Fonz wasn't featured?!
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level 68
Oct 17, 2017
My knowledge of Yiddish pays off!
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level 70
Mar 27, 2018
my Russian knowledge didn't, as it's actually a Yiddish word ...
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level 19
Apr 8, 2018
You should add quiz as a word than ends with "Z".
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