Vocabulary questions

Which English words end in ‘-gry’?

Are there any English words containing the same letter three times in a row?

Are there any words which use all five vowels next to each other?

Are there any words that only exist in the plural form?

Are there any words that rhyme with orange?

Which words have ‘q’ not followed by ‘u’?

Does ‘bimonthly’ mean ‘twice a month’ or ‘every two months’?

What is the word for a cow that doesn't specify its sex?

How do you describe a person who does not eat meat, but eats fish?

How many is a billion?

Is ‘bookkeeper’ the only English word with three consecutive repeated letters?

Is there a term for the study of love?

Is there a word for a baby hedgehog?

Is there a word like ‘siblings’ for nephews and nieces?

Is there a word which describes the fear of Friday the 13th?

Is there an eight letter word with five vowels in a row?

What English words end in -dous?

What comes after once, twice, thrice?

What comes after primary, secondary, tertiary?

What is the collective term for a group of cats?

What is the female equivalent of a misogynist?

What is the female equivalent of brethren?

What is the female equivalent of fraternal?

Which letters in the alphabet are used most often?

What is the longest one-syllable English word?

What is the longest English word which doesn't repeat a letter?

What is the longest English word?

Which English words end with -mt?

What is the opposite of exceed?

What is the opposite of hibernation?

What is the opposite of juvenilia?

What is the opposite of nocturnal?

What is the opposite of uxorious?

What do you call a word with two opposing meanings?

What do you call a new word made by combining two other words?

Patterns of words that help you remember something

What is the word for a fear of ... ?

Words spelled the same but with different meanings

What is the term for a word which is another word spelled backwards?

What is the word for people who collect ... ?

What do you call words that sound like the thing they describe?

What is a phrase that combines two words with opposite meanings?

Do any words have all five vowels in order?

Are there any English words with two ‘u’s in a row?

Why does unisex refer to both sexes?


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