← Vocabulary Power Plus for the new SAT: Book Three Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Incendiary Causing to excite, arousing. adj apotheosis The finest example. n. Contiguous Touching at some point, side by side. adj auspicious indicative of favorable or promising results. adj. Vociferous Loud, noticeable. adj. avuncular similar to an uncle. (positive connotation.) adj. Proletariat Working class, or lower class. adj. Tenacious strongly held, not easy to separate. adj. specious deceptive or misleading. adj. refractory unmanageable, difficult to control. adj. inimitable cannot be imitated. adj. malfeasance poor conduct or wrongdoing, especially on the part of a public official. n. platonic marked by the absence of romance or physical attraction. adj. pontificate speak in a pretentiously dignified or dogmatic way. v. prurient given to lustful or lewd thoughts. adj. rebuke to scold, to chide. v. nonentity a cipher, a nobody. n. sang-froid calmness, coolness. n. desultory wandering from subject to subject. adj. hector to bully, to pester. v. pandemic general, widespread. adj. coalesce to blend, to merge. v. beguile to deceive, to charm, to lead on. v. ennui existential boredom/depression. hiatus a pause or gap. n. lambent softly bright or radiant. adj. ergo therefore. conj. hubris arrogance, over confidence. n. pecuniary pertaining to money. adj. sibilant hissing. adj.