One Word Substitute English Quiz Set 64


Take this One Word Substitute English Quiz Set 64 to test your knowledge, also build your Englilsh vocabulary.

Someone who talks about something with great ethusiasm

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Someone who teaches or gives help and advice to a less experience and often younger person

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Someone who tends to criticize, reject, or ignore people who come from a lower social class and have less education, etc.

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Someone who travels to a holy place

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Someone who tries to get an advantage or something valuable from a situation without thinking about what is fair or right

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(Somethin unwelcome) flourishing or spreading unchecked unrestrained in action or performance

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Something (Such as a business) that develops from something larger

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Something (such as a force, campaign, or movement) that is extremely large and powerful and cannot be stopped

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Something (Such as a greeting) that people say in order to be polite

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Something ( Such as a situation) that is made up of two things and that seems impossible but is actually true or possible

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Something (such as a special ceremony) that is intended to honor an important event or person from th past

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Something (such as a speech or a piece of writing) that praises someone or something

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Something (such as an interest or fashion) that is very popular for a short time

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Something (such as salt, mustard, or ketchup) that is added to food to give it more flavor

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Something bad that might happen in the future

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Something extra that someone receives in addition to regular pay for doing a job

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Something heard from another person

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Something or someone that one vehemently dislikes

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Something said or done to cause laughter

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Something that comes before and leads to something else

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