SAT Words (S)

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  1. Saccharine (adj.)
    Sickeningly sweet
  2. Sacrosanct (adj.)
    holy
  3. Sagacity (n.)
    shrewdness, soundness of perspective
  4. Salient (adj.)
    significant
  5. Salutation (n.)
    a greeting
  6. Salve (n.)
    a soothing balm
  7. Sanctimonious (adj.)
    giving a hypocritical appearance of piety
  8. Sanguine (adj.)
    optimistic
  9. Satiate (v.)
    to satisfy excessively
  10. Scathing (adj.)
    sharp, critical, hurtful
  11. Scintillating (adj.)
    sparkling
  12. Scrupulous (adj.)
    painstaking, careful in conduct or manner
  13. Scurrilous (adj.)
    vulgar, coarse
  14. Sedentary (adj.)
    sitting, settled
  15. Semaphore (n.)
    a visual signal
  16. Seminal (adj.)
    original, important
  17. Sensual (adj.)
    involving sensory gratification
  18. Sensuous (adj.)
    involving sensory gratification
  19. Serendipity (n.)
    luck, finding good thing without looking for them
  20. Serene (adj.)
    calm, untroubled
  21. Sinuous (adj.)
    lithe, serpentine
  22. Sobriety (n.)
    sedate, calm
  23. Solicitous (adj.)
    concerned, attentive
  24. Solipsistic (adj.)
    believing that oneself is all that exists
  25. Soluble (adj.)
    able to dissolve
  26. Solvent
    • a) (n.) substances that dissolve other substances¬†
    • b) (adj.) being able to pay debts
  27. Somnolent (adj.)
    sleepy
  28. Sophomoric (adj.)
    immature, uninformed
  29. sovereign (adj.)
    having absolute authority in a certain realm
  30. Speculative (adj.)
    not based in fact
  31. Spurious (adj.)
    false but designed to seem plausible
  32. Stagnate (v.)
    to become or remain inactive
  33. Staid (adj.)
    Sedate, serious
  34. Stingy (adj.)
    not generous, not inclined to spend or give
  35. Stoic (adj.)
    unaffected by passion or feeling
  36. Stolid (adj.)
    expressing little sensibility
  37. Strenuous (adj.)
    Requiring tremendous energy or stamina
  38. Strident (adj.)
    Harsh
  39. Stupefy (v.)
    to astonish
  40. Subjugate (v.)
    to subdue
  41. Sublime (adj.)
    lofty, grand
  42. Submissive (adj.)
    easily yielding to authority
  43. Succinct (adj.)
    marked by compact precision
  44. Superfluous (adj.)
    exceeding what is necessary
  45. Surfeit (n.)
    an overabundant supply
  46. Surmise (v.)
    to infer with little evidence
  47. surreptitious (adj.)
    stealthy
  48. Surrogate (n.)
    one acting in the place of another
  49. Swarthy (adj.)
    of dark color or complexion
  50. Sycophant (n.)
    one who flatters for self-gain

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SAT Words (S)
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