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SAT Vocab - 2

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Lacking liveliness - animation or interest; dull.

2. Completely lacking in something

3. Excessively sentimental

4. Unclear; not definitive

5. To confuse or perplex; utterly dumbfounded

6. An office or position that provides an income for little/ no work

7. Unnecessary; extra

8. Lacking proper respect; disrepectful

9. Abstaining from the enforcement of a right; the act of refraining from acting on a desire or impulse

10. Very poor - lacking resources

11. Not believable

12. To divide a district so as to give one side an advantage

13. Faultless; perfect

14. Overly tolerant

15. Gruesome (repugnant) ; grisly.

16. The highest point

17. To narrowly restrict; to limit action; to draw a line around

18. Mobile; not sedentary

19. Association or participation in a wrongful act

20. Very stubborn - defiant

21. To express strong disapproval

22. Someone who attacks cherished ideas and institutions

23. An imaginative recreation

24. Lacking conscious awareness - unmindful - unaware

25. A young genius

26. Showing great care and concern; attentive

27. To depart from a subject

28. Vulgar; crude

29. A clumsy or inept person

30. A person who gives gifts

31. Dry humor

32. Readily taking on various forms and meanings

33. To strongly desire; to crave

34. Choosing or using a variety of sources

35. To bounce back

36. Very brief; short lived

37. Very determined; unwavering

38. To repel or drive back; to reject

39. Domineering and arrogant; haughty

40. To surrender

41. Not capable of being appeased

42. To rise again; surge back

43. Insincere; not straightforward; not candid

44. To make new again

45. Fearless; courageous

46. Something of small value; petty; trifling

47. Great merriment

48. Misconduct/wrongdoing - especially by a public official

49. Deserving great blame; wicked; evil

50. Person who organizes a business/enterprise