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Antelope Trivia Quiz


My pet antelope is always chasing his tail, night and day, around and around. Can you help him find his brethren "opes" by changing the first one or two letters below to a new "ope" word so I can get some sleep?

A multiple-choice quiz by TemptressToo. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
TemptressToo
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
356,805
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
544
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Question 1 of 10
1. My antelope started chasing "ope" words on a gentle incline down (or up). What "ope" word was he climbing?

Answer: (One Word, 5-Letters)
Question 2 of 10
2. My antelope visits the head of the Catholic church in search of other "opes." What "ope" word does he meet?

Answer: (One Word, 4-Letters)
Question 3 of 10
3. My antelope yanked impatiently on the "ope" word snapped to his halter. What "ope" word makes him impatient?

Answer: (One Word, 4-Letters)
Question 4 of 10
4. I mourned the loss of my antelope after he was struck by a car, and in my current state of misery, I can be described as being engaged in what "ope" activity?

Answer: (One Word, 4-Letters)
Question 5 of 10
5. My antelope likes a derivative of the "ope" name of one of Snow White's seven dwarfs (without that nasty "y", of course). What "ope" name does he like?

Answer: (One Word, 4-Letters)
Question 6 of 10
6. My antelope loves to use an "ope" that is an American blue or green mouthwash that lets him "get fresh" after a mouthful of grass. What "ope" word does he use?

Answer: (One Word, 5-Letters)
Question 7 of 10
7. My antelope often uses an "ope" known as a near-slang negative response to a question asked. What "ope" word does he say?

Answer: (One Word, 4-Letters)
Question 8 of 10
8. My antelope loves an "ope" girl name that happens to refer to a positive outlook on a bad situation. What "ope" name does he love?

Answer: (One Word, 4-Letters)
Question 9 of 10
9. My antelope often tries an "ope" that is a Western horse's gait, sometimes called a "canter" by non-Western riders. What "ope" word would he use?

Answer: (One Word, 4-Letters)
Question 10 of 10
10. My antelope's girlfriend would identify an "ope" word known as an unwanted squeeze on the udder (or any other sensitive body part). What "ope" word would she use?

Answer: (One Word, 5-Letters)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. My antelope started chasing "ope" words on a gentle incline down (or up). What "ope" word was he climbing?

Answer: slope

A slope is a mathematical term to do with the steepness or incline of a line. The word, as used in this scenario, is used as a noun.
2. My antelope visits the head of the Catholic church in search of other "opes." What "ope" word does he meet?

Answer: pope

The first pope is considered to have been Peter, one of the twelve disciples of Jesus. Contemporary popes are elected by the College of Cardinals upon the death of the preceding pope.
3. My antelope yanked impatiently on the "ope" word snapped to his halter. What "ope" word makes him impatient?

Answer: rope

Ropes have typically been made of flax, hemp, or cotton. Modern ropes are often made of synthetic materials and/or synthetic blends.
4. I mourned the loss of my antelope after he was struck by a car, and in my current state of misery, I can be described as being engaged in what "ope" activity?

Answer: mope

"To mope" could be described as sulking and/or sad about a situation. Another use of the word, when used as a noun, describes a chronically down and/or depressed person.

To cope is just to get through, someway, somehow.
5. My antelope likes a derivative of the "ope" name of one of Snow White's seven dwarfs (without that nasty "y", of course). What "ope" name does he like?

Answer: dope

The "dope" in Dopey, as with all of the seven dwarfs, is connected to the character's personality - which in this case is dreamy and/or clumsy. Dopey is the only dwarf without a beard and does not speak at all, instead conveying his adoration of Snow White through gestures and facial expressions.
6. My antelope loves to use an "ope" that is an American blue or green mouthwash that lets him "get fresh" after a mouthful of grass. What "ope" word does he use?

Answer: scope

Scope was introduced by Proctor & Gamble (P&G) in 1966. It is available in both winter-mint or peppermint flavors. As a core product for P&G, Scope comes in both its original colors/flavors, and has been blended into a variety of additional products, including toothpaste.
7. My antelope often uses an "ope" known as a near-slang negative response to a question asked. What "ope" word does he say?

Answer: nope

The word "nope" is often used by young people as opposed to the more proper "no" or "negative." Many people consider its use somewhat disrespectful or out-of-place, especially in serious situations.
8. My antelope loves an "ope" girl name that happens to refer to a positive outlook on a bad situation. What "ope" name does he love?

Answer: hope

Hope is commonly considered a virtue that is often combined with faith. It is also a popular girl's name, counted among the top 250 names for girls.
9. My antelope often tries an "ope" that is a Western horse's gait, sometimes called a "canter" by non-Western riders. What "ope" word would he use?

Answer: lope

A lope is an equestrian gait often described as a more relaxed canter. It is often used by Western riders while riding long distances as the gait allows the horse to relax into their movement.
10. My antelope's girlfriend would identify an "ope" word known as an unwanted squeeze on the udder (or any other sensitive body part). What "ope" word would she use?

Answer: grope

To grope means to grab or pinch in an unwelcome way. The word can be either a verb or noun depending on the situation and use in a sentence.
Source: Author TemptressToo

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