25 Vocabulary Words

You will be given the definition and you have to choose the correct answer.

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Formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief.

belie
abjure
bellicose
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Harmful to living things.

deleterious
acumen
equinox
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Shrewdness shown by keen insight.

churlish
evanescent
acumen
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Having or showing a ready disposition to fight.

diffident
chicanery
bellicose
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The use of tricks to deceive someone.

facetious
abstemious
chicanery
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Weaken mentally or morally.

expurgate
enervate
euro
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Grant freedom to, as from slavery or servitude

enfranchise
antebellum
abjure
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Showing modest reserve.

enervate
abstemious
diffident
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Cleverly amusing in tone.

antebellum
bowdlerize
facetious
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Having a bad disposition; surly.

churlish
enervate
diffident
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Augring favorable circumstances and good luck.

auspicious
deleterious
equinox
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Marked by the temperance in indulgence.

acumen
circumnavigate
abstemious
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When the sun crosses the plane of the earth's equator.

facetious
abrogate
equinox
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A divine manifestation.

belie
chromosome
epiphany
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The basic monetary unit of most members of the European Union.

euro
circumlocution
chicanery
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Edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate.

Hint: 2 choices
expurgate
bowdlerize
circumnavigate
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Tending to vanish like vapor.

evanescent
enervate
acumen
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Belonging to a period before war.

bellicose
antebellum
circumlocution
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A threadlike strand of DNA that carries genes.

acumen
chromosome
belie
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Shedding foliage at the end of the growing season.

equinox
deciduous
expurgate
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Be in contradiction with.

chicanery
belie
bellicose
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An indirect way of expressing something.

circumlocution
circumnavigate
enfranchise
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Revoke formally.

abrogate
auspicious
expurgate
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Travel around, either by plane or ship.

abjure
epiphany
circumnavigate