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 Lucifer In the flesh Trending at Merriam-Webster: Week of 4/24 Curious what news sent people to the dictionary this week? The True Story of the Backward Index These people needed a computer What to Call That Weird Thing Your Pet Does Besides 'cute' or 'annoying' Seen and Heard TRENDING NOW Lucifer In the flesh Élan Lookups increased 2600% after Cruz used the word to announce his running mate Collusion Trump accused Cruz and Kasich of collusion Icon, Iconic, & Iconoclastic Dearly beloved Impeach The word's meaning has changed over time SEE ALL Learn a new word every day. Delivered to your inbox!