Do You Know The Meaning Of These Tough English Words?

You might think you're a true vocabulary savant, but are you really? It's time to find out. Take this quiz and find out if you can decipher the true meaning of these tough English words!
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Can you define "phlegmatic?"
Energetic
Not easily roused
Ill or under the weather
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What's the definition of the word "impeccable?"
Blameless or faultless
An object of excessive attention or devotion
To support or adopt as one's own
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The word "mendacious" means....
Expressing sorrow, melancholy
Given to deception and lying
To show concern
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Which best defines the word "espouse?"
Existing everywhere at the same time
To support or adopt as one's own
To repay or return either good or evil
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The word "omnipresent" means....
Existing everywhere at the same time
To beg or demand urgently
A point of great despair
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Which definition matches the word "perfunctory?"
No longer in use or no longer operating
Not repentant, not reformed in heart or spirit
Performed as routine without interest or care
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The word "gregarious" means.....
Seeking and enjoying the company of others
To become weak or feeble
To infer from inconclusive evidence
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Can you define the word "unregenerate?"
To beg or demand urgently
Not repentant
To display happiness
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What does the word "aesthetic" mean?
Flawless
Concerning beauty
Timid or introverted
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What does the word "requite" mean?
An object of excessive attention or devotion
To repay or return
No longer useful
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The word "discomfit" means....
To confuse or perplex
Inference or judgment
To insert or introduce between other things or parts
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What does the word "fetish" mean?
Great despair
An object of excessive attention or devotion
Uncertain or dismal
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1
Can you define "phlegmatic?"
Energetic
Not easily roused
Ill or under the weather
2
What's the definition of the word "impeccable?"
Blameless or faultless
An object of excessive attention or devotion
To support or adopt as one's own
3
The word "mendacious" means....
Expressing sorrow, melancholy
Given to deception and lying
To show concern
4
Which best defines the word "espouse?"
Existing everywhere at the same time
To support or adopt as one's own
To repay or return either good or evil
5
The word "omnipresent" means....
Existing everywhere at the same time
To beg or demand urgently
A point of great despair
6
Which definition matches the word "perfunctory?"
No longer in use or no longer operating
Not repentant, not reformed in heart or spirit
Performed as routine without interest or care
7
The word "gregarious" means.....
Seeking and enjoying the company of others
To become weak or feeble
To infer from inconclusive evidence
8
Can you define the word "unregenerate?"
To beg or demand urgently
Not repentant
To display happiness
9
What does the word "aesthetic" mean?
Flawless
Concerning beauty
Timid or introverted
10
What does the word "requite" mean?
An object of excessive attention or devotion
To repay or return
No longer useful
11
The word "discomfit" means....
To confuse or perplex
Inference or judgment
To insert or introduce between other things or parts
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What does the word "fetish" mean?
Great despair
An object of excessive attention or devotion
Uncertain or dismal