When you hear a word end in "spect," you pretty much know it's going to be either a verb (like expect, inspect, respect, or suspect) or a noun (like aspect, prospect, or retrospect).
In this word, the "circum" part means "around," and the "spect" part means "looking."
"We must be circumspect, for we are dealing with a very cunning man. We can do nothing until seven o'clock. At that hour we shall be with you, and it will not be long before we solve the mystery."
Explain the meaning of "circumspect" without saying "cautious" or "vigilant."
Fill in the blanks: "After (witnessing or experiencing a bad consequence of some sort), I've learned to be circumspect about _____."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. The opposite of CIRCUMSPECT is
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