Do you know the difference between facetious and factitious? Deliberation and delineation? Equanimity and equine? Test your wordsmith's magic on these terms. Take the Quiz! Sam clearly missed the nuances in the discussion. What was it that Sam overlooked? subtle shades of meaning more recent restaurant openings dangers or hazards Next Question Complaints may engender change. What are complaints doing to change, in that case? adding sexual orientation connecting it causing the change Next Question An epicure is someone who ____. carries an epinephrine pen for medical emergencies treats epidermal or skin diseases enjoys great food and drink Next Question A boorish date _____. takes you to a farm for pork barbecue is crude and ill-mannered puts you to sleep Next Question A note from your instructor that reads, "Your paper is so filled with hyperbole that it could float away on its own hot air!" might tell you that you need to _____. edit out some of the exaggerated language use a heavier paper for compositions check your spelling more carefully Next Question If the summer temperatures make you torpid, you are feeling _____. ready for a strenuous workout lazy and unwilling to move quickly, if at all focused and alert Next Question "Sam is pontificating about that television show again. I wish he'd either quit watching it or quit talking about it," sighed Suzy. What was Sam doing? speaking arrogantly or stubbornly making a religious speech daydreaming Next Question It was a tacky little ring from a tawdry store on the town square. How would you describe the store? filled with tasteless, cheap items old-fashioned chic and classy Next Question Your bourgeois friends' taste is decidedly _____. aristocratic tacky materialistic Next Question The dark look on Marcia's face was a harbinger, or _____, of discomfort to come. warning or signal irritation bruise See My Score! You scored out of 10! Who cares about vocabulary, anyway? You're fluent in text message lingo and shorthand, so what more do you need? You scored out of 10! Satisfactory -- but you might want to dust off your thesaurus now and then. You scored out of 10! What dictionary? You are the unequivocal master of words! Share your score! Show References Majortests.com: SAT Word Lists We Also Recommend These School Subjects Articles 2 New European Nations That Appeared in the 1800s Etiquette for a Guest at a Summer Barbecue Party Politics of Victorian England What Is the Origin of Giving Easter Baskets?