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SAT Vocab Most Important Words

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Easily understood; clear

2. A judge who decides a disputed issue

3. Removed or disassociated from (friends - family or homeland)

4. Highly respected

5. Freed from blame

6. Having a harmful effect; injurious

7. Misconduct or wrongdoing - especially by a public official

8. One who designs or makes maps

9. Quarrelsome; unruly

10. Something that indicates what is to come; a forerunner

11. Done or achieved with little effort; easy

12. Strikingly new or unusual

13. Spread or flowing throughout

14. Goodwill between friends

15. Describing a large amount of something

16. Circumstances of a situation; environment

17. Extreme ill will or spite

18. A clever trick used to deceive or outwit

19. Extra; unnecessary

20. Savage; untamed

21. Able to pay one's debts

22. Domineering; oppressively overbearing

23. Exercising good judgment or common sense

24. To give special attention to something - to stress

25. Known widely and usually unfavorably; infamous

26. Shrewd; clever

27. Stubbornly adhering to an opinion or course of action

28. Courageous; fearless

29. Equipment; a group of machines

30. Insulting in manner or speech

31. To avoid making a definite statement

32. Commendable; worthy of imitation

33. Emotionally unrestrained; gushy

34. Biting sarcastic or witty

35. Laziness; inactivity; dullness

36. Having little substance or strength; shaky; unsure - weak

37. Imposed as a duty; obligatory

38. The state or quality of being average; of moderate to low quality

39. Exhibiting a display of great wealth

40. Combative; belligerent

41. Extremely dull

42. Mutual hatred or ill-will

43. Profoundly moving; touching

44. Unimaginative; dull

45. To slow the progress of

46. Timid; fearful about the future

47. To hide by blending in with surroundings

48. Unplanned; naturally occurring

49. Arrogant; vainly proud

50. Easy-going; friendly