SAT 28

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  1. innumerable
    too many to number or count; many
  2. too many to number or count; many
    innumerable
  3. meander
    to wander slowly, like a winding river
  4. to wander slowly, like a winding river
    meander
  5. authoritarian
    like a dictator
  6. like a dictator
    authoritarian
  7. brawn
    bulk; muscles
  8. bulk; muscles
    brawn
  9. contrite
    deeply apologetic; remorseful
  10. deeply apologetic; remorseful
    contrite
  11. exemplify
    to serve as an example of
  12. to serve as an example of
    exemplify
  13. facilitate
    to make easier
  14. to make easier
    facilitate
  15. obdurate
    stubborn; inflexible
  16. stubborn; inflexible
    obdurate
  17. propinquity
    nearness
  18. nearness
    propinquity
  19. ribald
    vulgar or indecent speech or language, as in a ribald joke
  20. vulgar or indecent speech or language, as in a ribald joke
    ribald
  21. sinuous
    having many curves
  22. having many curves
    sinuous
  23. veracity
    truthfulness
  24. truthfulness
    veracity
  25. vis-à-vis
    French--"face to face" in a relationship.
  26. French--"face to face" in a relationship.
    vis-à-vis
  27. sequi/sec secutus
    Latin--"to follow"
  28. Latin--"to follow"
    sequi/sec secutus
  29. inconsequential
    having no effect or importance
  30. having no effect or importance
    inconsequential
  31. consecutive
    following in order
  32. following in order
    consecutive
  33. execution
    the way something is done
  34. the way something is done
    execution
  35. cur/cour currere, cursum
    Latin--"to run"
  36. Latin--"to run"
    cur/cour currere, cursum
  37. courier
    one who carries and delivers
  38. one who carries and delivers
    courier
  39. incur
    to bring about
  40. to bring about
    incur
  41. recurrent
    happening repeatedly
  42. happening repeatedly
    recurrent
  43. grad, gradi gressum
    Latin--"to step"
  44. Latin--"to step"
    grad, gradi, gressum
  45. gradualism
    a policy which involves taking slow, measured actions
  46. a policy which involves taking slow, measured actions
    gradualism
  47. regress
    to go back to a less mature or less positive state
  48. to go back to a less mature or less positive state
    regress
  49. digress
    to move away from the topic at hand; ramble
  50. to move away from the topic at hand; ramble
    digress
  51. ambl/ambul, ambulare, ambulatum
    Latin--"to walk"
  52. Latin--"to walk
    ambi/ambul, ambulare, ambulatum
  53. amble
    to casually walk; stroll
  54. to casually walk/ stroll
    amble
  55. ambulatory
    able to walk
  56. able to walk
    ambulatory
  57. preamble
    a passage or speech which introduces another longer passage or speech
  58. a passage or speech which introduces another longer passage or speech
    preamble

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