Words at Play Word Games & Brain Teasers Our Most Popular Quick Quizzes Fast Question Each week on Facebook and Twitter we post a Quick Quiz about words. Here are some of our readers' favorites. Question #1: Add one letter to "fast" to create a word with the opposite meaning. The answer is ... 1/11 To Deceive The Answer Is: Feast Question #2: Which word, which means "to deceive," rhymes with "refusal," "perusal," and "accusal"? The answer is ... 2/11 A Special Sentence The Answer Is: Bamboozle Question #3: What's special about this sentence: "The public was amazed to view the quickness and dexterity of the juggler"? The answer is ... 3/11 Uproar The Answer Is: It's a pangram - a short sentence containing all 26 letters of the English alphabet. Question #4: Fill in the missing letters in "ruaa" to cause an uproar. The answer is ... 4/11 Vowel The Answer Is: Brouhaha Question #5: What 6-letter disease name begins with a vowel, ends with a vowel, and has no vowels in between? The answer is ... 5/11 What's Up, Doc? The Answer Is: Asthma Question #6: Which word that could describe the quote "what's up, doc?" has 6 consonants in a row? The answer is ... 6/11 Keyboard The Answer Is: Catchphrase Question #7: Which familiar 10-letter word can be typed using only the top letters of a standard keyboard? The answer is ... 7/11 No Sweat The Answer Is: Typewriter Question #8: Which 14-letter word starts with the same 3 letters it ends with? (Solving this should be no sweat.) The answer is ... 8/11 Rescue The Answer Is: Antiperspirant Question #8: Rearrange the letters of "rescue" to describe what a rescued person might feel. The answer is ... 9/11 Romantic, Impractical The Answer Is: Secure Question #9: Which 8-letter word for "a romantic, impractical action" scored 350 points in SCRABBLE, the most ever? The answer is ... 10/11 Bingo Up Next Seen & Heard: Nine Conflicts and One Compliment The Answer Is: Quixotry - a word that originates in the romantic, impractical actions of Don Quixote, hero of the novel Don Quixote de la Mancha (1605, 1615) by Cervantes. It was played by a carpenter named Michael Cresta on October 12, 2006, in the basement of a Unitarian church in Lexington, MA. We hope you enjoyed these quizzes! 11/11 Seen & Heard: Nine Conflicts and One Compliment Up Next More Words At Play Gesellschaft One of two winning words in the Bee Are 'Factoids' the Same as 'Facts'? An invented word for invented facts How Icy Greenland Got Its Name Was 'Even Icier Land' taken? To Chew On: 10 Kinds of Sandwiches The hot dog is a sandwich Seen and Heard TRENDING NOW Gesellschaft One of two winning words in the Bee Cavalier What does it mean to have a cavalier attitude? Inviscate The youngest Spelling Bee contestant Kafkaesque Nightmarishly complex, bizarre, or illogical Donnybrook The origin story is true SEE ALL Learn a new word every day. Delivered to your inbox!