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Vocabulary in Context - Vigor and Sagacity

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Elizabeth, Queen of England, Samuel Griswold Goodrich

"Elizabeth, Queen of England." Lives of Celebrated Women. Ed. Samuel Griswold Goodrich. Boston: n.p., 1843. 335-38. Books.google.com. Forgotten Books, 2015. Web. 20 Mar. 2016.

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"The political history of Elizabeth would fill a volume. She soon acquired a great reputation for vigor and sagacity, and was regarded as the head of the Protestant party in Europe,"

...what is the meaning of the phrase, "vigor and sagacity"?

A

Energy and drama.

B

Loudness and lying.

C

Religiousness and energy.

D

Energy and wisdom.