SAT Vocab Lesson 5

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SAT Vocab lesson 5

Bucolic

Adj. rustic, characteristic of herdsmen or shepherd, pastoral

Chauvinist

n. sexest, prejudiced belief in the superiority in one's group, person who thinks they are superirous

Covert

adj. concealed, hidden, secretive

Discard

n. lack of agreement, disagreement, dissension

Divulge

v. to make known, to reveal, to expose

Esotic

adj. understand by only a few, confined to a small group; confidential

Feasible

adj. possible, capable of being completed, doable

Garrulous

adj. rambling, talkative, loquacious

Gullible

adj. easily deceived, cheated duped

Indigenous

adj. native, occurring naturally, naturally occurring in a region or area

Inert

adj. unable to move or act, sluggish, unmotivated

Meticulous

adj. careful about details, precise, excessive concern

Platitude

n. trivial statement or remark,banal statement, pointless comment

Prodigious

adj. enormous, impressive, in size, gigantic

Rancor

n. bitter, long-lasting resentment

Salient

adj. protruding, prominent, standing out from the rest

Sophisticated

adj. to become more worldly, knowledgeable, highly developed

Stringent

adj. strict, constricted, sevre, tight

Terse

adj. concise, to the point, brief and unfriendly

Transitory

adj. existing only briefly, temporary, not permanent

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