Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT/ACT Book II — Lesson Fourteen

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levity

lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness

hoax

a practical joke; a trick

amicable

friendly; peaceable

obstreperous

aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant

enraptured

delighted beyond measure

marital

having to do with marriage

bask

to lie in or be exposed to warmth

genial

friendly; amiable

charlatan

one who pretends to have professional knowledge in order to swindle others

mundane

commonplace; of the earth and not spiritual

fickle

likely to change on a whim or without apparent reason

juggernaut

a terrible, destructive, or irresistible force

naive

simple in nature; not affected or worldly; especially innocent

nocturnal

having to do with the night; occurring at night

novice

a beginner; one who is inexperienced

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