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SAT - TOEFL High Frequency Words

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1. Uncertain; not clearly fixed; indefinite

2. Sharing a border; touching; adjacent

3. Deep; not superficial; complete

4. Very learned; scholarly

5. Portray; depict; sketch

6. To make worse

7. Quiet; reserved; reluctant to express thoughts and feelings

8. Courteous regard for another's wish

9. Marked by ease or informality; nonchalant; lacking in depth; superficial

10. Lofty or grand

11. Full of pores; like a sieve

12. Tending to disappear like vapor; vanishing

13. Failure to act

14. Hint; imply; creep in

15. To grow or increase swiftly and abundantly

16. Inform

17. Lacking sharpness of intellect; not clear or precise in thought or expression

18. Injure; hurt

19. Basically different; unrelated

20. Recent convert; beginner

21. An invalid or incorrect notion; a mistaken belief

22. Sparing in eating and drinking; temperate

23. Brainless; inane; foolish - yet smug

24. Greatly emotional or zealous

25. Mentally quick and observant; having insight

26. Truthfulness; honesty

27. Multicolored; characterized by a variety of patches of different color

28. Colored band produced when a beam of light passes through a prism

29. Droop; grow feeble

30. Devotion to pleasurable pursuits - esp. to the pleasures of the senses

31. Sad; sullen; melancholy

32. Deviating from the norm

33. Not capable of being disturbed

34. Express disapproval or disappointment

35. To reduce in amount - degree - or severity

36. Short-lived; fleeting

37. Relevant to the subject at hand; appropriate in subject matter

38. A recent convert; a beginner; novice

39. Trying to please by behaving obsequiously - flattering or cringing

40. Grow rapidly; spread; multiply

41. To give praise; to glorify

42. Having or showing often vicious ill-will - spite - or hatred

43. Characterized by brightness and the emission of light

44. A mournful poem - esp. one lamenting the dead

45. Introduce something into a larger whole; combine; unite

46. Changing one's mind quickly and often

47. Aversion; dislike

48. To conciliate; to appease

49. Generosity

50. Fleeting; passing quickly; brief