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LSAT Vocab - 2

Subject : LSAT
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1. Misunderstand

2. Open to criticism

3. To limit in scope

4. Focusing on the whole itself and not just on its parts

5. A separation of contradictory things

6. Result

7. To fail to distinguish between...and...

8. Revealing

9. Explicit

10. Unlikely

11. To use...as a premise

12. To mistakenly equate

13. Something that is set forth to refute a general principle

14. Affect

15. To challenge

16. Justified

17. Thing

18. Thus

19. Complete in every detail

20. Inviting a false belief

21. Yet

22. Too general

23. Facet

24. Incontrovertible

25. Sufficient

26. To make something understood without expressing it directly

27. Prescription

28. Infer

29. Limited approval

30. Wholehearted support

31. To lay something down as law

32. Unclear

33. Conclude

34. Something that is assumed to be true and that is used as the basis of an argument

35. Endorse

36. Influence

37. Effect

38. Happening more often than not

39. A word that introduces a sufficient condition (except when preceded by only)

40. To call into question

41. To dismiss without any consideration whatsoever

42. Acknowledge

43. To fail to recognize

44. The logical opposite of some

45. Inviting a mistaken belief

46. A relationship between two variables in which a variation in one is accompanied by a variation in the other

47. Widespread agreement among all members of a group

48. Exaggerate

49. Not enough

50. One of the elements that contributes to a particular effect