Power Plus: Book 3, Lesson 15

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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 3. Lesson 15.

orifice

mouth; opening

hallow

to make holy

perdition

damnation; ruin; hell

chaff

worthless matter

aesthetic

pertaining to beauty

empirical

based on practical experience rather than theory

germane

relevant; fitting

hermetic

tightly sealed

meretricious

attractive in a cheap, flashy way

querulous

complaining; grumbling

flaccid

flabby

hospice

a shelter for travelers, orphans, or the ill or destitute

egregious

remarkably bad; outrageous

ratiocinate

to reason; to think

foment

to stir up; to incite

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