Vocabulary Quiz For Lawyers 3


As part of our tradition of helping lawyers and law students gain mastery of the legal lexicon through vocabulary building, we’ll be hosting our third edition of our legal vocabulary quiz. Our last edition was of course, fun and tricky, but to ensure our users keep improving, we’ve upped the ante this time by adding a few more unusual words to the list. So without further ado let’s see how well you do on the quiz this time.

(1) Subversion: Does this word mean

(2) Subrogate: Does this word mean

(3) Imperious: Does this word mean

(4) Sub judice: Does this word mean

(5) Unconscionable: Does this word mean

(6) Abjuration: Does this word mean

(7) Abalienation: Does this word mean

(8) Distrain: Does this word

(9) Abatement: Does this word mean

(10) Surcharge; Does this word mean

Answers: 1=A 2=B 3=A 4=D 5=C 6=B 7=C 8=B 9=C 10=B

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  1. Matthew Goodman says

    That was fun, got 7/10 though. Had never even heard of the three I got wrong–abjuration, abalienation, distrain!

    1. Patrick Herbert says

      That’s great! Keep on reading

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