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quizzes

noun as in questioning, often in an organized academic setting

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verb as in question

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It's from that project the man-on-street quizzes he's made his name doing was born--not to mention a lasting work ethic.

At the gym, he quizzes the Christian jogging on the neighboring treadmill about the nature of subjective experience.

Citrin quizzes her grandfather on political issues: “Do you like your Medicare?”

Two weeks on shore, supplementing the shipboard quizzes on the drill manual, had welded them into an efficient command.

In the preliminary courses the system of informal lectures is combined with recitations, discussions, reports, and quizzes.

You know how inquisitive Amy is, and how she stares, and takes in everything, and quizzes it afterwards?

It quizzes me quite splendidly by quoting the 'Anti-Jacobin' versus my Grandfather.

If you wanted to figure out who the Xnetters were, you could use these quizzes to find them all.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to quizzes, such as: query, exam, investigation, examination, test, and check.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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