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The following four (4) clues are the definitions of words that have been jumbled below and turned into anagrams.

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The following four (4) clues are the definitions of words that have been jumbled below and turned into anagrams. Your job is to correctly unravel the anagrams and then place them next to their proper definition. Good luck!

  1. The formal activities conducted on some important public or state occasion.
  2. Extremely funny.
  3. Exhilarated or stupefied by, or as if by alcohol.
  4. Causing serious thoughts, or a grave mood.

Jumbled Anagrams:
Hi! Our sail
One mercy
Melons
Bare in diet

posted Jun 15, 2017 by Samardeep Acharya

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  1. CEREMONY
  2. HILARIOUS
  3. INEBRIATED
  4. SOLEMN
answer Jul 14 by Hanifa Mammadov



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