Image SourceQuiz Questions1.QUAGSWAG (v.)A.to walk or strut arrogantlyB.to wear something out, to completely use something upC.to shake back and forthD.to waddle, to limp unsteadily2.ALEXIKAKON (n.)A.a payment or bribe paid to a judgeB.a charm or talisman that protects against bad luckC.a sudden or extremely loud noiseD.a glimmer of sunlight3.WINKSPINK (n.)A.weak, watered-down beerB.the reflection of sunlight on waterC.a raincloudD.a sidways glance4.FORJESKIT (adj.)A.exhausted, worn outB.forgotten, overlookedC.full to the brimD.jutting out, projecting forwards5.FAMGRASP (v.)A.to hit someone in the faceB.to shake handsC.to steady yourself while walkingD.to break something by handling it clumsily6.SOPHOMANIAC (n.)A.someone who loves spending moneyB.someone who thinks they’re cleverer than they areC.someone who continues eating even when they’re fullD.someone who can't help but say inappropriate things7.BELTER-WERRITS (n.)A.large raindropsB.loose pieces of dust or gritC.insults, mocking jokesD.a teasing, annoying child8.IRACUND (adj.)A.bitter, sour-tastingB.extremely cold to the touchC.satiricalD.irritable, short-tempered9.VILLEGGIATURA (n.)A.a short, silly, improvised songB.a short walking distanceC.a short description of something more complicatedD.a short trip to the countryside to escape the city10.LAGNIAPPE (n.)A.a slip of the tongueB.a gap between two buildingsC.a free giftD.the punchline to a joke11.JEHU (n.)A.a messy eaterB.a slow talkerC.a fast driverD.a harsh critic12.BOFFLE (v.)A.to walk unsteadilyB.to hesitate indecisivelyC.to speak indistinctlyD.to speak indistinctly13. CLAMJAMFRIE (n.)A.a meal made of leftoversB.a magic spellC.a bizarre-looking personD.a collection of random, low-value things14.GOBBETMEAL (adv.)A.haphazardly, carelesslyB.fortuitouslyC.bit by bit, piece by pieceD.sedately, calmly15.TICKLE-PITCHER (n.)A.a terrible comedianB.an unsportsmanlike playerC.someone with untidy handwritingD.a drinking companion16.ABYDOCOMIST (n.)A.someone who wears fashionable clothesB.an animal that breeds all year roundC.a liar that boasts of their liesD.a light sleeper17.EEKSIE-PEEKSIE (n.)A.a quick glanceB.a half-remembered memoryC.an exact equivalentD.an excitable person18.SWADGE (v.)A.to relax after a large mealB.to lose the thread of a conversationC.to swindle someoneD.to run away19.DIVERSIVOLENT (adj.)A.pointing in opposite directionsB.looking for an argumentC.prone to making rash decisionsD.omnivorous, all-consuming20.ZIZZ (n.)A.a play on wordsB.a bad dreamC.a complimentD.a quick napQuiz Outcomes1.UH OH...Image SourceLet’s face it, that could have gone better. Worth another go? 2.UH OH...Image SourceLet’s face it—that could have gone better... Worth another go? 3.MUST TRY HARDER...Image SourceNot a bad mark for a tough quiz—but there’s certainly room for improvement...! 4.ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT...Image SourceNot bad for such a tough quiz! But there’s room for improvement... Time for one more go? 5.NOT BAD AT ALL!Image SourceNot a bad score at all for such a tough quiz—well played! 6.HALF MARKSImage SourceNothing wrong with half marks when the questions are as tough as these! Well played. 7.WELL PLAYED!Image SourceA great score for such a tough quiz! Well played. 8.WELL PLAYED!Image SourceAn excellent score for such a tough quiz, well played! 9.A BRILLIANT SCORE!Image SourceBrilliantly played for such a tough quiz—well done! 10.EXCELLENT!Image SourceA superb score all round—consider yourself an honorary Haggard Hawk! 11.TOP MARKS!Image SourceBlimey, you really do know your HH trivia. Ever thought about starting a Twitter account about words...?