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SAT Vocab - 2

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Showy; intended to attract notice; pretentious

2. Not in harmony - incompatible - at variance with - as in a discordant detail that doesn't fit a pattern

3. Given freely; unearned; unnecessary

4. Critical point that marks a change in course or turning event

5. Producing a sensation of touch

6. Possible

7. To remove or delete objectionable parts of a book

8. Instinctive rather than irrational

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

10. The highest point

11. Smooth and sweet flowing

12. To free from guilt or blame

13. Unrestrained: unchecked

14. To make impossible - to rule out - to prevent

15. To depart from a subject

16. Very discouraging

17. To inform or instruct to remove ignorance

18. Mysterious; having a hidden meaning

19. Enforced economy

20. Excessive desire for wealth

21. Very stubborn; inflexible

22. Carefully attentive to detail; difficult to please

23. Formal proposal

24. Self-assurance - admirable ploys under pressure

25. Felt or undergone as if one were taking part in the experience or feelings of another

26. Sharing an edge or boundary - or touching

27. Any respite or temporary relief.

28. To swell out or expand from internal pressure (overly full)

29. Very brief; short lived

30. Having fallen in a state of disrepair; broken-down condition

31. Quarrelsome: argumentative: likely to provoke a controversy - disputatious

32. A person who receives benefits

33. Behaving in an obsequious manner

34. To lecture or speak without notes

35. A public declaration of beliefs - policies - or intentions

36. A person who leads a life of self-denial

37. Delete; remove

38. Uneasy; in a state of embarrassment

39. Great merriment

40. Direct opposite

41. Strong dislike

42. To place by side or enclose proximity

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

44. Deserving great blame; wicked; evil

45. Very small

46. A stimulus or encouragement

47. Very rich - having abundant resources

48. To give something back

49. A person who gives gifts

50. Completely lacking in something