Vocabulary

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Vocabulary
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English SAT Voacbulary
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  1. Adjourn
    (v.) to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place

    • synonym- hold off, discontinue, put off
    • antonyms- begin, encourage, open
  2. Alien
    • (n.) citizen of another county
    • (adj.) foreign strange

    • synonym- exotic, contrary, conflicting
    • antonym- appropriate, native, proper
  3. Comely
    (adj.) having a pleasing appearance

    • synonym- attracttive gorgeous, pretty
    • antonyms- offensive, ugly, unattractive
  4. Compensate
    (v.) make up for, to repay services

    • synonym- commit, reward, satisfy
    • antonym- deprive, fine, lose
  5. Dissolute
    (adj.) loose in ones morals or behaviors; immortal

    • synonym- evil, abandoned, corrupt
    • antonym- good, moral, pure
  6. Erratic
    (adj.) not regular or consistent, different from what is ordinarily expected

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  7. Expulsion
    (n.) process of driving or forcing out

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  8. Feint
    • (n) deliberately deceptive movement
    • (v.) to make a deceptive move

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  9. Fodder
    (n) food for horses or cattle; raw material for a designated purpose

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  10. Fortify
    (v.) strengthen, build up

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  11. Illegible
    (adj.) difficult or impossible to read

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  12. Jeer
    • (v.) to make fun of rudely or unkinldy
    • (n.) rude remark (bullying)

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  13. Lucrative
    (adj.) bringing in money; profitable

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  14. Mediocre
    (adj.) average, ordinary,undistinguished

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  15. Proliferate
    (v.) to reproduce; increase or spread rapidly

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  16. Subjugate
    (v.) to conquer by force, bring under complete control

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  17. Sully
    (v.) to soil, stain, or tarnish

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  18. Tantalize
    (v.) to tease, torment by teasing (used in a positive way)

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  19. Terse
    (adj.) breif and to the point

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  20. Unflinching
    (adj.) firm, showing no signs of fear, not drawing back

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