Kaplan 500 Hardest (Set 2)

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Sully

(verb) to tarnish; taint.

Supplant

(verb) to replace another by force; to take the place of.

Surfeit

(noun), excessive amount.

Surly

(adjective), rude and bad tempered.

Sybarite

(noun)a person devoted to pleasure and luxury.

Sycophant

(noun) a self-serving flatterer; yes man.

Symbiosis

(noun) cooperation; mutual helpfulness.

Syncopation

(noun) temporary irregularity in musical rhythm.

Tacit

(adjective) done without using words.

Taciturn

(adjective), silent; not talkative.

Talon

(noun). The claw of an animal, especially a bird of prey.

Tangential

(adjective) digressing; diverging.

Tawdry

(adjective), gaudy, cheap, or showy.

Terrestrial

(adjective), earthy; down to earth; commonplace.

Tirade

(noun) long, harsh speech or verbal attack.

Toady

(noun) one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors.

Tome

(noun) book, usually large and academic.

Torpor

(noun) extreme mental and physical sluggishness.

Transitory

(adjective) temporary; lasting a brief time.

Trenchant

(adjective), acute, sharp, or incisive; forceful; effective.

Turgid

(adjective), swollen as from a fluid; bloated.

Tyro

(noun) beginner; novice.

Umbrage

(noun) offense; resentment.

Unconscionable

(adjective), unscrupulous; shockingly unfair or unjust.

Unequivocal

(adjective) absolute; certain.

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