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SAT Vocab - 2

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Promptly obedient - submissive - marked by or exhibiting fawning

2. To make clear or plain - especially by explanation

3. To repel or drive back; to reject

4. Overly tolerant

5. Learned and authoritative

6. To endow the rights of citizenship - especially the right to vote

7. Act/instance used as an example in dealing with subsequent similar instances

8. To crush as if by trampling; squash

9. Outstanding

10. To regard with great respect - to hold in high esteem

11. Corrupt - dishonest - open to bribery

12. Excessively cheap with money - stingy

13. Showing great care and concern; attentive

14. Unnecessary; extra

15. The act of making good or compensating for a loss - damage - or injury

16. Formal proposal

17. Tentative - temporary - not lasting

18. Moderate in eating and drinking

19. To electrify; to stir into action

20. Lacking proper respect; disrepectful

21. To beset; to surround with problems

22. Relevant - to the point

23. Behaving in an obsequious manner

24. A general agreement

25. Poor; penniless; not affluent

26. A doubter

27. Cowardly - faint hearted

28. A beginner

29. Disbelieving - skeptical

30. A champion of a cause

31. A subtle shade of meaning or feeling - a slight degree of difference

32. Very small

33. To surrender

34. Faultless; perfect

35. To destroy.

36. The highest point

37. To list; to tick off

38. An interruption in time or continuity; a break

39. Utterly perplexed - completely puzzled - totally bewildered

40. Hard to understand - impenetrably dense and obscure

41. Flexible; easily shaped especially by outside influence/ force

42. A person who excels in telling anecdotes

43. To break into opposing factions

44. To confuse or perplex; utterly dumbfounded

45. A preference for something; an inclination

46. An intruder: a gate-crasher

47. To put down by exposing false claims

48. Favoring social equality - believing in an equal society

49. Very concise; brief

50. Any decrease or loss in value caused by age - wear - or market conditions