SAT Vocabulary (cont.)
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SAT Vocabulary (cont.)
growing or developing quickly
open an direct, frank, straightforward
the state or quality of being frank, open and sincere in speech or expression
to yield, surrender, esp. under specifically negotiated terms.
to criticize harshly or severely, berate.
embarrassed or annoyed as a result of failure, humiliation or disappointed.
an elaborate and obvious show or illusion
to criticize or scold harshly
a roundabout or wordly way of expressing an idea
to refer to quote
to make clear or easier to understand
to force or compel by threats, intimidation, or violence
convincing or believable by virtue of forcible, clear, or incisive presentation.
to occur at the same time or be in the same position in space at the same time
done by working together, cooperative, pertaining for a illegal or wrongful purpose
a secret agrement or cooperation between persons for a illegal or wrongful purpose
capable of catching fire and burning
ordinary, dull, unremarkable
to force, drive
sufficient skill, ability, or fitness, the state or condition of being qualified or capable
having two or more interrelated arts, complicated or involved, not simple
calmness, control over one's emotions
to acknowledge as being true, reasonable, or proper
to overcome the distrust or animosity of; appease
short and to the point, brief and clear
serving to settle a question or put an end to doubt
to make up, invent, cook up
an alphabetical index of the important words in a written work
to establish as true or certain, make firm or binding, strengthen, support
an opinion or conclusion based on insufficient evidence, a guess
a logical or natural result, outcome, or effect
pert. to or characteristic of a conspiracy or of the persons involved in it
current, modern, of the present time
a claim that someone supports and argues for
opposition or lack of agreement, logical inconsistency
feeling regret and sorrow for one's sins or offense; penitent.
a strong belief or opinion
large in quantity great in number, yielding or containing class participation.
to correspond, be mutually related: grades correlate with class participation.
to make dishonest, evil, wicked, or impure
a brilliant move or action, clever maneuver
having a strong desire for something that belongs to someone else
willing to believe or trust too readily, esp. without proper or adequate evidence: gulliable
a standard, rule, or test on which a judgement or decision is based
mysterious, baffling, having a hidden meaning
deserving blame, guilty
to make lower in value, quality, character, or dignity
to lie, trick, mislead
determining an outcome, ending doubt, settling an issue or question.