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SAT - TOEFL High Frequency Words

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1. Comparable

2. Exhibiting a fawning attentiveness

3. Inform

4. Tending to disappear like vapor; vanishing

5. Of the same kind

6. To conciliate; to appease

7. Urgent situation; pressing needs or demands; state of requiring immediate attention

8. Excessively careful; painstaking; scrupulous

9. Lack of consistency; difference

10. Polite or appropriate conduct or behavior

11. To express sorrow; to grieve

12. Overly submissive and eager to please

13. Ability to be molded

14. Steadfast and courageous

15. Practical (as opposed to idealistic)

16. Sociable; outgoing; enjoying the company of other people

17. Impervious; not permitting passage through its substance

18. To demonstrate contempt for - as in a rule or convention

19. Burning; sarcastically biting

20. The parading of learning; excessive attention to minutiae and formal rules

21. Impenetrable by light; not reflecting light

22. An established set of principles or code of laws - often religious in nature

23. To question or oppose

24. Penitent

25. Eliminate from consideration; reject

26. Sophisticated; refined; elegant

27. Genuine; not false or hypocritical

28. Harmless

29. Unclear or doubtful in meaning

30. Convincing

31. Clear from blame

32. Occurring or recurring daily; commonplace

33. Harmful; injurious

34. A generally agreed-upon practice or attitude

35. Strip; deprive

36. To fail to honor a commitment; to go back on a promise

37. Practicing self-denial; austere

38. Overlook; forgive; give tacit approval; excuse

39. Appease

40. Seeming true - but actually being fallacious; misleadingly attractive

41. Deviation form what is normal

42. To set right; to free from error

43. Unoriginal; obtained from another source

44. Marked with parallel bands; grooved

45. Brief and to the point

46. Increase; improve

47. To grow or increase swiftly and abundantly

48. Introduce something into a larger whole; combine; unite

49. Blacken

50. Occurring irregularly