Bentley, however, reads 'quizzes,' which seems correct, as the word 'quizzer' usually bore an active sense, and 'quiz' a passive.
Pal and colleague, J Krishnamurthi (a.k.a. JK a.k.a. Jakes), quizzer, quizmaster, techie and atrocious pun perpetrator has succumbed to the siren song of the blogosphere and set up not one but two blogs.
Mark Burnett and Mike Darnell are teaming again, this time for a kiddie-based quizzer tentatively titled "Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?"
Fox project plays in the same sandboxes as CBS' child genius quizzer, which Allison Grodner "Big Brother" is spearheading.
It has also made interactive DVD spin-offs from comedy quizzer "QI" and car show "Top Gear," as well as a wide range of sports, health and fitness titles.
All the usual categories are covered by Trivia Machine – sports, art and literature, music, television – and despite being painfully easy, Trivia Machine is never shy of a few questions that'd throw off even the most hardened pub-quizzer.
She looked at the pocket quizzer Quillan was checking over unhurriedly.
When he has been asked the question about half a dozen times in the course of a day, he is liable to become suspicious, and if his questioner is within range Schmitt stares at him for a few seconds in an absent-minded way, then an arm like that of a gorilla shoots out, and the quizzer (_Untersucher_) receives a resounding box on the ears to the huge delight of his companions.
But he, on the other hand, a wit in his own class, a gay quizzer and laughter-maker at dances and Sunday picnics, had found the making of fun and the breaking of good - natured lances simple enough in this environment.
Fid was the chief quizzer; but he had got several others to join him in making a butt of Gregory.
I was really embarrassed after I let out a quizzer when the nurse pulled out the catheder.