9th Grade English SAT Vocabulary List 4

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amiable

(adj) pleasantly disposed; good-natured; agreeable; cordial; friendly, sociable

authentic

(adj) worthy of trust, reliance, or belief; having an undisputed origin; genuine

brawn

(n) solid and well-developed muscles; muscular strength and power

contrite

(adj) humbled by guilt and repentant for one's sins; penitent

discord

(n) lack of agreement among persons, groups, or things; dissention

expedient

(adj) appropriate to the purpose at hand; serving to promote one's interest; politic though perhaps unprincipled
(n) a means to an end; a contrivance adopted to meet an urgent need

frivolous

(adj) unworthy of serious attention; insignificant; trivial; marked by flippancy; silly

innumerable

(adj) too many to be counted or numbered; infinite

negligent

(adj) habitually guily of neglect; lacking in due care or concern; extremely careless
negligence (n) failure to act with care and concern; any negligent act or failure to act

resignation

(n) unresisting acceptance; passive submission

uniform

(adj) always the same; unchanging; unvarying; consistent; regular; being the
same as another or others; identical

voluminous

(adj) having great volume, fullness, size, or number; filling or capable of filling volumes; prolific in speech or writing

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