GCS SAT book 2 lesson 13

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inert

unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish

circumvent

to get around; to bypass

clandestine

secret

acquit

to find not guilty of a fault or crime

deprecate

to express disapproval of

barrister

lawyer, (British)

adulation

excessive praise or admiration

culinary

having to do with the kitchen or cooking

bawdy

indecent; humorously obscene

chastise

to punish severely

jocose

joking; humorous

myriad

a very large number

latent

present, but not active; hidden

pernicious

destructive; deadly

frugal

thrifty; economical in money matters

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