Only People Who Excelled In High School Can Identify These 15 Terms

We don’t stop going to school when we graduate...

Cody Cross
Created By Cody Cross
On Jul 10, 2018

A preface or an introduction:

To draw out a reaction:

Having two parts:

A signal for action:

To praise:

Relating to climate:

A group of musical notes:

To break or violate:

Relating to the mouth:

An elevated structure in a church:

A passage between rows:

To change:

Strongly disinclined:

Standing still:

Lacking a sense of restraint:

Nailed it!!

Nailed it!!

Way to go!! You got an A+!! Only people who excelled in high school passed this tricky spelling drill. You must have the 3 dominant traits of flawless spellers: self-discipline, love of learning, and inner confidence. Keep it up, genius!

Failed!!

Failed!!

You totally blew it. You must be dreamy, naïve, and playful. Give it another shot...