SAT Wk #8 pt. 1

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SAT Wk #8 pt. 1
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  1. eclectic
    (a) composed from many different sources
  2. pastiche
    (n) mixture; composed from many different sources; an eclectic composition
  3. hodgepodge (hotchpotch)
    (n) mixture
  4. motley
    (n) mixture of colors
  5. hybrid
    (n) mixture of breeds
  6. mongrel
    (n) mixture of breeds
  7. alloy
    (n) mixture of metals
  8. melange
    (n) mixture
  9. enigma
    enigmatic
    enigmatize
    • (n) mystery
    • (a) mysterious; confusing
    • (v) to mystify; confuse
  10. fluster
    • (v) to confuse
    • to be nervous and confused without composure
  11. becloud
    (v) to confuse
  12. mystify
    (v) to confuse
  13. disorient
    (v) to confuse
  14. obfuscate
    (v) to confuse; to darken
  15. befuddle
    (v) to confuse
  16. bedazzle
    (v) to confuse
  17. bemuse
    (v) to confuse
  18. muddle
    (v) to confuse
  19. bewilder
    (v) to confuse
  20. baffle
    (v) to confuse
  21. puzzle
    (v) to confuse
  22. confound
    (v) to confuse
  23. faze
    (v) to confuse
  24. perplex
    (v) to confuse
  25. quandary
    (n) perplexity
  26. extemporaneous
    (a) done with litle preparation; instantaneous
  27. extemporize
    (v) to do, make, etc. instantaneously
  28. improvise
    (v) to do, make, etc. instantaneously
  29. impromptu
    • (n) something that is improvised
    • (a) quick; instantaneous
  30. treacherous
    treachery
    • (a) unfaithful; disloyal
    • (n) unfaithfulness; disloyalty
  31. treasonous
    treason
    • (a) unfaithful; disloyal
    • (n) unfaithfulness; disloyalty
  32. perfidious
    perfidy
    • (a) betraying; unfaithful; disloyal
    • (n) betrayal; unfaithfulness; disloyalty
  33. infidel
    infidelity
    • 1. (a) unfaithful; disloyal (Ex. husband & wife)
    • 2. (n) an unbeliever (Ex. religiously)
    • (n) unfaithfulness; disloyalty
  34. traitor
    traitorous
    traitorousness
    • (n) a conspirator
    • (a) unfaithful; disloyal
    • (n) unfaithfulness; disloyalty
  35. falsehearted
    falseheartedness
    • (a) unfaithful; disloyal
    • (n) unfaithfulness; disloyalness
  36. disaffected
    disaffectedness
    • (a) unfaithful; disloyal
    • (n) unfaithfulness; disloyalness
  37. disaffect
    • (v) 1. to cause to lose affection to
    • 2. to be disloyal to esp. to a government
  38. collude
    collusion
    • (v) to agree or side with the enemy; to conspire
    • (n) conspiracy
  39. punctuate
    (v) to disrupt
  40. access
    inaccessable
    • (v) to approach (n) an approach
    • (a) that cannot be approached
  41. assess
    (v) to appraise; to tell or judge to value of
  42. virulent
    (a) poisonous; harmful
  43. deleterious
    (a) harmful
  44. baneful
    (a) harmful
  45. pernicious
    (a) harmful
  46. detrimental
    (a) harmful
  47. lethal
    (a) evil; harmful
  48. hazardous
    (a) harmful
  49. nocuous
    innocuous
    • (a) harmful
    • (a) not harmful
  50. noxious
    innoxious
    • (a) harmful
    • (a) not harmful
  51. obnoxious
    nasty; disagreeable
  52. rudimentary
    (a) in an early stage; elementary
  53. inchoate
    (a) just begun
  54. incipient
    (a) beginning
  55. inception
    (a) start
  56. nascent
    (a) beginning to born
  57. natal
    (a) of or from birth
  58. serene
    (a) calm, quiet, peaceful
  59. placid
    (a) calm, quiet, peaceful
  60. equanimous
    equanimity
    • (a) calm, quiet, peaceful
    • (n) calmness of mind
  61. tranquil
    tranquilize
    • (a) calm, quiet, peaceful
    • (v) to calm
  62. pacific
    pacify
    pacifism
    pacifist
    • (a) calm, quiet, peaceful
    • (a) to calm
    • (n) the idea that peace is best
    • (n) a peace advocate
  63. halcyon
    (a) calm, quiet, peaceful
  64. sedate
    (v) to calm
  65. abate
    • (v) 1. to calm (Ex. storm abated)
    • 2. to abolish; to cancel (Ex. law abated)
  66. mollify
    (v) to calm
  67. assuage
    (v) to calm
  68. appease
    (v) to calm
  69. allay
    (v) to calm
  70. lull
    • (v) to calm
    • (n) break or rest during a debate, argument, conversation, etc.
  71. compose
    composure
    • (v) to calm
    • (n) calmness of mind
  72. alleviate
    (v) to calm
  73. propitiate
    (v) to calm the anger of
  74. palliate
    (v) to make pain less; to calm
  75. soothe
    (v) to calm
  76. salve
    • (v) 1. to soothe; calm
    • 2. to put medicine on the wound
  77. placate
    implacable
    • (a) to calm
    • (a) that cannot be calmed, revengeful
  78. palliative
    • (n) 1. painkiller
    • 2. something that soothes; consolation
  79. balm
    (n) consolation
  80. sedative
    (n) medicine to calm
  81. salvo
    (n) attack
  82. relent
    (v) to make less severe
  83. mitigate
    (v) to make less severe

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