Rotary Summer Quiz 2019 - Answers

The answers to the quiz that we organised in aid of Winston's Wish.


THE ROTARY QUIZ

 

The Rotary Club of Cheltenham welcomes you to a

fund-raising quiz in aid of local charities, most particularly 

WINSTON’S WISH

 

Entries should be returned to the address given below no later than 31stAugust 2019.

In the event of a tie or ties the ‘prize pot’ of £50 will be divided evenly amongst

up to the first 5 correct entries. If more than 5 all-correct entries are received,

      only£1

5 winners will be drawn randomly.

 

ENTRY NO. ..................

 

Please insert your name and address or contact details over the page

 

ALL OF THE ANSWERS END WITH THE LETTERS ... ENT

 

 

QUESTION/CLUE

ANSWER

% correct

1

Chap from the City

Gent

97

2

Selling your house

Estate agent

92

3

Acute or grave

Accent

67

4

Men in flying machines?

Magnificent

100

5

Miss Martin

Millicent

92

6

Not going down – just proper

Decent

74

7

Welsh preserved county

Gwent

100

8

Backward in coming forward

Reticent

82

9

Clairvoyant

Prescient

77

10

How nice you look

Compliment

87

11

Somewhere to live – maybe in Glasgow

Tenement

100

12

Lords and Commons

Parliament

100

13

A gift that came from above

Heaven-sent

67

14

Ben Harrison was the 23rd

President

100

15

Smoothie or pure

Innocent

85

16

Being this will help you solve any quiz

Omniscient

0

17

Recklessly determined

Hell-bent

72

18

This as a youth may have wasted opportunities

Misspent

44

19

Ease up or sounds as if borrowed again

Relent

95

20

Africa for example

Continent

100

21

Cheltenham’s Arcade

Regent

100

22

Stop

Prevent

90

23

Footballer Darren

Bent

100

24

Depression?

Dent

59

25

Here today

Present

97

26

It starts with Ash Wednesday

Lent

97

27

Salt or pepper

Condiment

100

28

Yet again

Recurrent

38

29

Self-assured

Confident

97

30

Camping shelter

Tent

100

31

Satisfied

Content

97

32

Dissatisfied

Malcontent

31

33

Reported as posted but just something to track with

Scent

56

34

Posted again or feeling bitter

Resent

90

35

Immoral

Decadent

21

36

Well known and protruding

Prominent

95

37

Cheerful and full of energy

Ebullient

54

38

The ...... of Man (Jacob Bronowski)

Ascent

95

39

The good news went from here to Aix (Browning)

Ghent

97

40

Jim’s an actor

Broadbent

100

 

 

 

 

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