25 Vocabulary Words

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

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Belonging to a period before war.

bellicose
antebellum
circumlocution

Cleverly amusing in tone.

antebellum
bowdlerize
facetious

Tending to vanish like vapor.

evanescent
enervate
acumen

The basic monetary unit of most members of the European Union.

euro
circumlocution
chicanery

Showing modest reserve.

enervate
abstemious
diffident

Formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief.

belie
abjure
bellicose

Revoke formally.

abrogate
auspicious
expurgate

Shedding foliage at the end of the growing season.

equinox
deciduous
expurgate

Having or showing a ready disposition to fight.

diffident
chicanery
bellicose

Grant freedom to, as from slavery or servitude

enfranchise
antebellum
abjure

An indirect way of expressing something.

circumlocution
circumnavigate
enfranchise

Travel around, either by plane or ship.

abjure
epiphany
circumnavigate

Be in contradiction with.

chicanery
belie
bellicose

Having a bad disposition; surly.

churlish
enervate
diffident

Shrewdness shown by keen insight.

churlish
evanescent
acumen

Marked by the temperance in indulgence.

acumen
circumnavigate
abstemious

Augring favorable circumstances and good luck.

auspicious
deleterious
equinox

A threadlike strand of DNA that carries genes.

acumen
chromosome
belie

A divine manifestation.

belie
chromosome
epiphany

The use of tricks to deceive someone.

facetious
abstemious
chicanery

When the sun crosses the plane of the earth's equator.

facetious
abrogate
equinox

Edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate.

Select the two correct answers
expurgate
bowdlerize
circumnavigate

Weaken mentally or morally.

expurgate
enervate
euro

Harmful to living things.

deleterious
acumen
equinox