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SAT Vocab - 2

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. To make impossible - to rule out - to prevent

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

3. Feeling of distress caused by failure - distress - or embarrassment

4. Filled with errors; wrong

5. Noisily and stubbornly defiant

6. A deliberately misleading argument

7. Not capable of being overcome

8. Person who organizes a business/enterprise

9. Loud - harsh - grating - or shrill

10. Flowery in style - very ornate

11. Corrupt - dishonest - open to bribery

12. Soothing or pleasant sounds; harmony

13. A person who uses intuition to see into the future; a seer

14. Threatening and menacing

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

16. Treacherous - traitorous - deceitful

17. Sociable; fond of feasting - drinking - and good company

18. Charmingly simple and carefree

19. The position of putting close together or side by side

20. Gaudy and cheap

21. To compensate - to make payment for - to pay a person

22. A severe interrogation or a systematic questioning

23. Given freely; unearned; unnecessary

24. Having the ring of truth or plausibility but actually false.

25. To make clear or plain - especially by explanation

26. Habitually late; tardy

27. State of being various or manifold; a great number

28. Very stubborn; inflexible

29. Derisive mocking comments

30. Very productive

31. A person who gives gifts

32. Immoral - debauched

33. Very brief; short lived

34. Excessively sentimental

35. Happening or moving extremely slowly

36. To conceive and develop in the mind

37. A complete failure

38. To give a definite form to an idea or plan

39. An odd - unconventional person

40. To appease - conciliate - or regain the good will of

41. Relevant - to the point

42. To require; to order; to direct

43. Disturbing; upsetting; vexing; causing unease; worrisome

44. An excuse - an alleged cause

45. Someone who attacks cherished ideas and institutions

46. Lacking self-confidence

47. To deliberately exclude from a group

48. Easily noticed

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

50. Very bold; daring