noun, plural quiz·zes.
verb (used with object), quizzed, quiz·zing.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUNCTUATION QUIZ
Origin of quiz
OTHER WORDS FROM quizquiz·za·ble, adjectivequiz·zer, nounun·quiz·za·ble, adjectiveun·quizzed, adjective
Words nearby quiz
Example sentences from the Web for quizzed
Over 2,000 people were quizzed on their attitudes toward androids—with less than favorable results.Poll Finds 1 in 5 People Would Have Sex With a Robot|Charlotte Lytton|May 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When I quizzed them privately, two students explained that the volume of their loans was a source of profound shame.
Today both Michel and Smith were quizzed under oath by counsel to the Leveson Inquiry, Robert Jay.The Leveson Inquiry Brings to Light More Ties Between Murdoch and Cameron|Peter Jukes|May 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Members of the crew were called before the Captain and Mr. Wise and quizzed.Left on the Labrador|Dillon Wallace
But he seemed possessed with mischief—he quizzed Ellerton, told droll stories, and laughed till the woods rang again.Rutledge|Miriam Coles Harris
I was in somewhat of a tremor, and expected to be quizzed also.Tramping with Tramps|Josiah Flynt
Charlie quizzed her with a word, and then turned to Edwin Clayhanger for support.Hilda Lessways|Arnold Bennett
I was not quizzed on what to say or anything of that nature.Warren Commission (6 of 26): Hearings Vol. VI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
British Dictionary definitions for quizzed
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