Tiny Word - Vocabulary Quiz
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1.   stealth (n.):
      A union of two characters representing a single sound.
      A concealed manner of acting.
2.   vociferance (n.):
      One who objects, as to a proposition, measure, or ruling.
      Sudden invasion.
      The quality of making a clamor.
      The entire English race wherever found, as in Europe, the United States, orIndia.
3.   prowess (n.):
      That which is uttered or proclaimed by authority as a rule of action.
      The branch of medical science concerned with the treatment and care of womenduring pregnancy.
      Means of subsistence.
      Strength, skill, and intrepidity in battle.
4.   skepticism (n.):
      The entertainment of doubt concerning something.
      A small hill or mound.
      The science and art of teaching.
      The state or quality of being necessary to existence or continuance.
5.   turpitude (n.):
      A branch of the olive-tree, as an emblem of peace.
      A stone coffin or a chest-like tomb.
      Chemistry of the middle ages, characterized by the pursuit of changing basemetals to gold.
6.   kingship (n.):
      A curve traced by a point on the circumference of a circle which rolls uponanother circle.
      A person of rank or importance.
      Royal state.
7.   seditious (adj.):
      Stimulating to thought or reflection.
      High in station, merit, or esteem.
      Promotive of conduct directed against public order and the tranquillity ofthe state.
      Outrageously or wantonly wicked, criminal, vile, or cruel.
8.   default (n.):
      Sorrow for sin with desire to amend and to atone.
      One who owes allegiance to a foreign government.
      The neglect or omission of a legal requirement.
      One who makes in imitation.
9.   bitterness (n.):
      A line of ten syllables.
      A dramatic representation, especially a spectacular one.
      Acridity, as to the taste.
      pl. Gentlemen.
10.   eccentricity (n.):
      Any position having emoluments with few or no duties.
      A personal weakness or failing.
      A sudden, unreasonable, overpowering fear.

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By: Vladimir Sutskever
Last modified on 01-06-2006