Flocabulary S.A.T. Song 5: "Friends"

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gilded

covered with a thin layer of gold, or deceptively attractive

concoct

to make up or invent

indignation

anger due to an unfair situation

patent

clear, apparent

inextricable

hopelessly confused or tangled

discreet

prudent or inconspicuous

surreptitious

done in a secret or stealthy way

alacrity

speed, readiness

manifest

to show clearly

erect

to construct, to raise

grandiose

extraordinary, grand in scope

meager

lacking in quality or stature

envious

jealous

magnanimous

generous, noble (not munificent)

munificent

generous, benevolent, (not magnanimous)

affable

friendly (not amiable)

amiable

friendly (not affable)

conciliatory

agreeable, friendly

hierarchy

a ranking system of groups or individuals

linchpin

something that holds separate things together

weather

to withstand or survive a situation

inclement

stormy, bad, severe

jubilant

joyful, happy

alleviate

to relieve

chastise

to criticize, to scold

elucidate

to clarify

limpid

clear, easily understood

ultimate

the last part, or a fundamental element

choreographed

arranged, as in dance

idolatrous

worshiping excessively an object or person

fawn

to show affection through flattery

extol

to praise highly

diaphanous

transparent, see-through

spectral

ghostly (not apparitional)

apparitional

ghostly, spectral (not spectral)

lethargic

lazy, apathetic

comatose

lethargic

benign

nonthreatening, innocuous

mendacious

inclined to lie or mislead

calumny

an attempt to defame another's reputation

defame

to destroy the reputation of

libel

a statement that gives an unjust or unfavorable representation of a person or thing, a defamation (not slander or malign)

slander

a false statement to damage the reputation of another (not libel or malign)

malign

to slander, to smear, to libel, to defame, to speak evil of (not slander or libel)

impudent

rude, improper

puerile

immature (not juvenile)

juvenile

young or immature (not puerile)

guile

deceitful actions or behavior

bilk

to cheat, to swindle

telepathic

capable of reading minds

soothsayer

a fortune teller (not seer)

seer

a fortune teller (not soothsayer)

inveterate

habitual, natural

delude

to deceive, to mislead

compel

to force

camaraderie

cheerful unity among a group

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