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SAT Vocab - 2

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Soothing or pleasant sounds; harmony

2. Extremely complicated or devious

3. A tendency toward or irrational suspiciousness; irrational fear; delusions of persecution

4. A huge appetite; cannot be satisfied; insatiable

5. Disturbing; upsetting; vexing; causing unease; worrisome

6. Excessive desire for wealth

7. Outrage at something that is unjust

8. Intentionally unclear or ambiguous; duplicitous; obscuring one's meaning - often in response to a question (unequivocal - equivocate)

9. Touching; heartrending

10. Twisted; intricate

11. Strength of mind

12. Doing or saying something again and again

13. Secretive; not aboveboard; covert

14. A sudden realization or insightful moment

15. Immoral - debauched

16. Praise; applaud

17. A remark that is hurtful or burning

18. Commonplace

19. Lacking proper respect; disrepectful

20. Showing great care and concern; attentive

21. Great vigor and energy - dash

22. A fake; a fraud; a cheat

23. A small - moderate - or token amount

24. Harsh - clashing - jarring - grating sounds; disharmony

25. Worn out; wearied.

26. Expressing excessive emotion in an unrestrained manner; gushing

27. Harmful - injurious to physical - mental - or moral health

28. Agreeable; friendly

29. To assume financial responsibility

30. To hold back one's thoughts and feelings

31. To make impossible - to rule out - to prevent

32. Mixed feelings

33. Not in the proper time period

34. Exercising moderation

35. To depart from a subject

36. Utterly perplexed - completely puzzled - totally bewildered

37. To stop; frustrate

38. Deliberately deceptive in behavior or speech

39. To appease - conciliate - or regain the good will of

40. A person who introduces something new

41. Characterized by elaborate and expensive decorations; lavish

42. Peevish - irritable

43. To free from blame

44. A person who acts in a mechanical fashion; a mindless follower

45. To require; to order; to direct

46. To lecture or speak without notes

47. A difficult problem; a dilemma with no easy solution

48. Charmingly rural

49. W/o previous example - never known before

50. A person who behaves in a servile manner; a toady