noun, plural quiz·zes.
verb (used with object), quizzed, quiz·zing.
QUIZ YOURSELF ON "WAS" VS. "WERE"!
Origin of quiz
OTHER WORDS FROM quizquiz·za·ble, adjectivequizzer, nounun·quiz·za·ble, adjectiveun·quizzed, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for quiz
Completing the entire course takes about 11 hours—yes, quizzes are included.Want to know how to WFH better? There’s a class for that|Michal Lev-Ram, writer|September 22, 2020|Fortune
Sky, for example, launched its “Fanzone” online viewing experience that lets people watch sports and play quizzes together with family and friends.‘We are permanently in beta’: European sports broadcasting is still in a coronavirus-forced state of reinvention|Lara O'Reilly|September 15, 2020|Digiday
Rummel says it provides free distance learning activities like multiplication quizzes and poetry tutorials for preschool through grade 12.Need to entertain your kids? These educational apps may help|Michal Lev-Ram, writer|September 13, 2020|Fortune
The company will now require all Revel users, including long-time users of the service, to take a 21-question safety training quiz and watch an instructional video before they can start their first ride.Electric moped startup Revel returns to New York with helmet selfie, other in-app safety features|Kirsten Korosec|August 27, 2020|TechCrunch
In March, the Polish government launched a Minecraft server which packages quizzes and other educational activities, with each student allotted a plot of virtual land to construct buildings.
The premise of the sketch was that sex was too spontaneous to be regulated, and the quiz show played that idea to the hilt.
Whenever I take a clickbait quiz to determine which of The Avengers I would be, I always game the questions to aim for the Hulk.Model Minority Rage: Why the Hulk Should Be an Asian Guy|Arthur Chu|July 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Pop quiz: How many of the top 15 highest-U.S.-grossing movies of all time—adjusted for inflation—star comic-book characters?
Take the quiz below and see if you can match the spouse to her post-scandal statement.
I scored a 50 percent on that little quiz, which I have since learned is proof that I live under a boulder.
So whilst we was eatin' breakfast I begins t' quiz, an', one way an' another, lets on I wanted t' see that Injun scout.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
Robinson enrolled him in his police and it was the fashion openly to quiz, and secretly respect him.It Is Never Too Late to Mend|Charles Reade
Hardly had they taken their places when Napoleon began to quiz Betsy on the fondness of the English for "rosbif and plum pudding."
The Emperor continued to tease and quiz, pulling Betsy's ear or her dress, and always managing to escape being caught.
One day at the meet this young man said to Captain Bolton, "Let us quiz the old fellow."Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events|S. Baring-Gould
British Dictionary definitions for quiz
noun plural quizzes
- an entertainment in which the general or specific knowledge of the players is tested by a series of questions, esp as a radio or television programme
- (as modifier)a quiz programme