English 10 SAT Vocab (Ms. M-P)

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complacent

pleased with oneself

devoid

not possessing; lacking; to be without

discredit

to injure the credit or reputation of

exonerate

to clear from guilt or blame

waver

to sway, shake or tremble

understated

restrained in design or presentation

regenerate

to bring into existence again

mock

to attack or treat with ridicule

pedantic

having a narrow focus on small details of a subject

iconoclastic

pertaining to image breaking, or an attack on beliefs

fervent

having or showing intensity of spirit

demeanor

conduct or behavior

disseminate

to scatter or spread widely

burgeon

to grow or develop quickly

affable

easy to approach or talk to

captivate

to attract or hold the interest of

vindication

something that clears one from suspicion or accusation

revival

restoration to life or health

obfuscate

to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy

pompous

characterized by display of importance

inhibit

to restrain or hinder

conventional

conforming to accepted standards

articulate

using language easily or clearly

spellbinding

holding interest as if by a spell

presumption

assumption or supposition

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