SAT 27

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  1. verbose
    wordy; overly talkative
  2. pedestrian
    common; ordinary; banal (secondary meaning)
  3. innocuous
    harmless; banal
  4. fanatic
    one who is extremely devoted to a cause or idea
  5. enhance
    to make better; to augment
  6. retract
    to take back; to withdraw; to pull back
  7. ambiguous
    unclear in meaning; confusing; capable of being interpreted in at least two similarly plausible ways
  8. proselytize
    to convert someone from one religion or doctrine to another; to recruit to a religion or doctrine
  9. pundit
    a learned person; an expert in a particular field
  10. recondite
    hard to understand; over one's head
  11. spendthrift
    extravagant or wasteful, especially with money
  12. vacuous
    lacking ideas or intelligence
  13. sui generis
    Latin--"of one's own kind". Unique; in a class of one's own. To be unlike anyone else.
  14. Flu
    Latin--"to flow"
  15. affluent
    wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
  16. superfluous
    additional to what is necessary; extra
  17. mellifluous
    sweetly flowing or sounding
  18. Lev
    Latin--"light"
  19. leaven
    to make less heavy or serious
  20. levity
    lack of seriousness; jolly or joking manner
  21. alleviate
    to make less painful or dangerous
  22. Laps
    Latin--"slip, slide"
  23. elapse
    to slip away; go away
  24. collapse
    complete failure and ruin
  25. relapse
    a falling back into an old illness or bad habit
  26. Ced
    Latin--"to move along, to go"
  27. recede
    To move back or away from
  28. concession
    Something given up or yielded
  29. cede
    To surrender
  30. To surrender
    cede
  31. Something given up or yielded
    concession
  32. To move back or away from
    recede
  33. Latin--"to move along, to go"
    Ced
  34. a falling back into an old illness or bad habit
    relapse
  35. complete failure and ruin
    collapse
  36. to slip away; go away
    elapse
  37. Latin--"slip, slide"
    Laps
  38. to make less painful or dangerous
    alleviate
  39. lack of seriousness; jolly or joking manner
    levity
  40. to make less heavy or serious
    leaven
  41. Latin--"light"
    Lev
  42. sweetly flowing or sounding
    mellifluous
  43. additional to what is necessary; extra
    superfluous
  44. wealthy and privileged; well-to-doy
    affluent
  45. Latin--"to flow"
    Flu
  46. Latin--"of one's own kind". Unique; in a class of one's own. To be unlike anyone else.
    sui generis
  47. lacking ideas or intelligence
    vacuous
  48. extravagant or wasteful, especially with money
    spendthrift
  49. hard to understand; over one's head
    recondite
  50. a learned person; an expert in a particular field
    pundit
  51. to convert someone from one religion or doctrine to another; to recruit to a religion or doctrine
    proselytize
  52. unclear in meaning; confusing; capable of being interpreted in at least two similarly plausible ways
    ambiguous
  53. to take back; to withdraw; to pull back
    retract
  54. to make better; to augment
    enhance
  55. one who is extremely devoted to a cause or idea
    fanatic
  56. harmless; banal
    innocuous
  57. common; ordinary; banal (secondary meaning)
    pedestrian
  58. wordy; overly talkative
    verbose

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