Wittman SAT vocabulary quiz 3

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annul

(v.) to make void or invalid

anomaly

(n.) something that does not fit into the normal order

anonymous

(adj.) being unknown, unrecognized

antagonism

(n.) hostility

antecedent

(n.) something that came before

antediluvian

(adj.) ancient

anthology

(n.) a selected collection of writings, songs, etc.

antipathy

(n.) a strong dislike, repugnance

antiquated

(adj.) old, out of date

antiseptic

(adj.) clean, sterile

antithesis

(n.) the absolute opposite

anxiety

(n.) intense uneasiness

apathetic

(adj.) lacking concern, emotion

apocryphal

(adj.) fictitious, false, wrong

appalling

(adj.) inspiring shock, horror, disgust

appease

(v.) to calm, satisfy

appraise

(v.) to assess the worth or value of

apprehend

1. (v.) to seize, arrest
2. (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp

approbation

(n.) praise

appropriate

(v.) to take, make use of

aquatic

(adj.) relating to water

arable

(adj.) suitable for growing crops

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