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SAT Vocab - 2

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Association or participation in a wrongful act

2. To reject; disreagard

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

4. A sentimental longing for the past

5. To avoid by artful maneuvering

6. Seeker of pleasure

7. Delete; remove

8. A fake; a fraud; a cheat

9. Widespread epidemic

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

11. Deserving great blame; wicked; evil

12. State of great dismay & confusion

13. Unrestrained: unchecked

14. Any respite or temporary relief.

15. Mixed feelings

16. Policy of granting concessions to maintain peace

17. Too overwhelming to be put into words; indescribable; inexpressible

18. To confuse or perplex; utterly dumbfounded

19. To deliberately exclude from a group

20. A scarcity or shortage

21. Indicated by necessary connotation though not expressed directly

22. The act of blocking

23. Unreasonable expensive

24. To hold back one's thoughts and feelings

25. Secretive; not aboveboard; covert

26. Tending to give instruction or advice; inclined to teach others too much; containing a political/moral lesson

27. A difficult problem; a dilemma with no easy solution

28. Pompous - or pretentious in speech or writing; ostentatiously lofty in side

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

30. Showing haughty disdain or arrogant superiority

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

32. Tentative - temporary - not lasting

33. Flowery in style - very ornate

34. Careful; cautious

35. Relevant - to the point

36. To inform or instruct to remove ignorance

37. To put down by exposing false claims

38. Believable

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

40. Showing nervousness or fear

41. Outrage at something that is unjust

42. To avoid; shun; to stay clear of

43. Calmness; composure

44. Admirably suited; apt.

45. Gaudy and cheap

46. Obstinately resistant to authority or control

47. A person with biased beliefs

48. To express strong disapproval

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

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