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Post by Anita on Sat Apr 21, 2012 6:50 pm

Hi Hi everyone!

I wonder whether you've seen the Match Up widget in the forum portal. In this game, you've got to match the 5 words in the first column with their corresponding synonym in the second column - matched by colours. Right after, you click on Answer to see your results and get to know the definition and more synonyms of the words you have just played with. Words change everyday!

Have you ever tried it?
I invite you to post those curious words you've come across while solving this word puzzle.

For instance, today I had a lucky 5/5 (I didn't know two of the words). I didn't know the words obstreperous and succint, this one with the meaning given for the quiz.

The Free Dictionary wrote:OBSTREPEROUS - Noisily and stubbornly defiant; aggressively boisterous.
Synonyms: defiant, noncompliant, aggressive
Usage: Although the teacher ordered them to sit down, the obstreperous boys continued their antics. Razz

SUCCINT - Characterized by clear, precise expression in few words; concise and terse.
Synonyms: compendious, summary, compact
Usage: Some students enjoyed the teacher's succinct style, while others wished she would elaborate on certain topics.


Any more new words for your own dictionary? Cheesy

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