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SAT Vocab - 2

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1. A bitter denunciation

2. A group or association of three leaders

3. Easily noticed

4. Very stubborn - defiant

5. Lacking conscious awareness - unmindful - unaware

6. Combined action or operation

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

8. Out of reach; difficult to catch

9. Sad mournful - melancholic

10. Feelings of sincere and deep regret

11. Having a natural fragrance

12. A champion of a cause

13. Scientific study of insects

14. No longer in use

15. To introduce or communicate stealthily

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

17. Sociable; fond of feasting - drinking - and good company

18. A temporary solution designed to meet an urgent need

19. Denounce or strongly criticize

20. To conceive and develop in the mind

21. A teacher; a guide; an advisor

22. Deliberately deceptive in behavior or speech

23. Hard to understand - impenetrably dense and obscure

24. To ease; relieve; lessen

25. Relevant - to the point

26. Unselfish concern for others

27. Treacherous cunning; skillful deceit

28. An intruder: a gate-crasher

29. To give a false impression

30. Worn out; wearied.

31. A very enthusiastic person

32. An original model

33. An excuse - an alleged cause

34. Lacking foresight or scope

35. To comply

36. Robbed - ruined - pillaged - looted

37. Humiliating - shameful - disgraceful

38. To strongly desire; to crave

39. Instinctive rather than irrational

40. State of being various or manifold; a great number

41. The highest point

42. Lacking liveliness - animation or interest; dull.

43. A person who is a source of wise counsel and prophetic advice

44. Treacherous - traitorous - deceitful

45. Remaining in a pure state: uncorrupted by civilization

46. The act of making good or compensating for a loss - damage - or injury

47. To make young again

48. Sparkling; shining; brilliantly clever

49. Practical. sensible

50. To sway from once side to the other; oscillate.