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The Westing Game
Speed Match Review Game

This game has been played 23 times
The best time ever was Emily at 27 seconds.
The best time today is at seconds.
How To Play:
Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
Good luck!

Let's Play Speed Match!

scrumptious
meager
paraphernalia
implication
eccentric
humiliate
tenants
infirmity
pompous
grapple
putrid
scrutiny
contender
hors d'oeurve
guffaw
the act of carefully examining something in a critical way
a person who tries to win something in a contest
tending to act in strange or unusual ways
having or showing the attitude of people who speak and behave in a very formal and serious way because they believe they are better than them
not having enough of something for comfort
very pleasant to taste
to laugh loudly
a person that pays to use another person's property
to make someone feels very ashamed or foolish
the quality or state of being weak or ill especially because of old age
try to solve a problem
decayed with usually a very bad or disgusting smell
the fact or state or being connected to something (such as a crime)
a food served in small portions before the main part of the meal
objects that are used to do a particular activity

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DescriptionMatch:
having or showing the attitude of people who speak and behave in a very formal and serious way because they believe they are better than thempompous
the quality or state of being weak or ill especially because of old ageinfirmity
try to solve a problemgrapple
tending to act in strange or unusual wayseccentric
objects that are used to do a particular activityparaphernalia
decayed with usually a very bad or disgusting smellputrid
to laugh loudlyguffaw
very pleasant to tastescrumptious
not having enough of something for comfortmeager
the fact or state or being connected to something (such as a crime)implication
a person that pays to use another person's propertytenants
to make someone feels very ashamed or foolishhumiliate
a food served in small portions before the main part of the mealhors d'oeurve
a person who tries to win something in a contestcontender
the act of carefully examining something in a critical wayscrutiny