Quiz Ended  

Words Got Wrong
    Question 1 of 10

    Score 0/10

    Nag

    to habitually exploit or rely on
    annoy or irritate (a person) with persistent fault-finding or continuous urging
    steal goods from (a place or person), typically using force and in a time of war or civil disorder
    to suddenly attack someone after hiding and waiting for them:
    Return to Colwords

    Mockery

    an irregular patch or unsightly mark on a surface, typically the skin
    someone who threatens or coerces others who are smaller or weaker
    a narrow opening or crack, typically one that admits light
    teasing and contemptuous language or behavior directed at a particular person or thing
    Return to Colwords

    Huffy

    annoyed or irritated and quick to take offense at petty things
    the intention to do secret actions that are meant to do harm
    having dark and gloomy atmosphere, usually as a result of a dirty water or a thick mist
    So sad that a person cannot be comforted
    Return to Colwords

    Sully

    to catch someone doing something wrong or illegal
    damage the purity or integrity of; defile
    put an end to (a rebellion or other disorder), typically by the use of force
    waste (something, especially money or time) in a reckless and foolish manner
    Return to Colwords

    Heckle

    To hesitate or be unwilling to continue with an idea or action.
    inflict harm in return for (an injury or wrong done to oneself or another)
    (of a person or other living thing) lose or lack vitality; grow weak or feeble
    interrupt (a public speaker) with derisive or aggressive comments or abuse
    Return to Colwords

    Callous

    characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion; not controlled or calm
    unkind and without sympathy for the feelings for other people
    very bold, unusual, and startling
    showing disapproval or contempt toward others, especially those considered to belong to a lower social class
    Return to Colwords

    Scorn

    feel or express contempt or derision for
    steal goods from (a place), typically during a war or riot
    attack or damage (a place or building) in a blitz
    loosen (something, especially a rope)
    Return to Colwords

    Snooty

    having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge
    showing disapproval or contempt toward others, especially those considered to belong to a lower social class
    hidden or secret
    ugly or disgusting to look at
    Return to Colwords

    Surly

    too long, slow, or dull: tiresome or monotonous
    tremble or totter, typically because of old age
    bad-tempered and unfriendly
    mad and crazy.
    Return to Colwords

    Guff

    small pieces
    A tear causing two parts of something to separate
    trivial, worthless, or insolent talk or ideas
    a person who falsely pretends to know or be something in order to deceive people
    Return to Colwords