Associations to the word «Quiz»
QUIZ, noun. Something designed to puzzle one or make one ridiculous; banter; raillery.
QUIZ, noun. One who or that which quizzes.
QUIZ, noun. (dated) An odd or absurd person or thing.
QUIZ, noun. A competition in the answering of questions.
QUIZ, noun. A school examination of less importance, or of greater brevity, than others given in the same course.
QUIZ, verb. (transitive) (archaic) To hoax; to chaff or mock with pretended seriousness of discourse; to make sport of, as by obscure questions.
QUIZ, verb. (transitive) (archaic) To peer at; to eye suspiciously or mockingly.
QUIZ, verb. (transitive) To question closely, to interrogate.
QUIZ, verb. (transitive) To instruct by means of a quiz.
QUIZ BOWL, noun. (US) A competitive game of answering trivia questions, often played by school and college students.
QUIZ KID, noun. (hyphenated when used attributively) A very intelligent or accomplished child or young person, especially one who demonstrated his or her knowledge and quick thinking on radio or television programs in the mid-20th century.
QUIZ KID, noun. Alternative form of quiz kid
QUIZ SHOW, noun. A game show in the form of a quiz
QUIZ, noun. An examination consisting of a few short questions.
QUIZ, verb. Examine someone's knowledge of something; "The teacher tests us every week"; "We got quizzed on French irregular verbs".
We cannot always control our thoughts, but we can control our words, and repetition impresses the subconscious, and we are then master of the situation.