Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT/ACT Book III — Lesson Nineteen

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insuperable

not able to be overcome

apex

the highest point of something

acrid

marked by a sharp taste or smell; bitter

fulminate

to voice disapproval or protest

jejune

without interest; dull

hegemony

influence or domination over

truculent

marked by ferocity

credulity

willingness to believe too readily

dross

refuse or waste

verisimilitude

the appearance of truth

viscous

having a thick or sticky consistency like glue

psychosomatic

of or relating to symptoms caused by mental or emotional problems

abnegation

unwillingness to admit reality or truth; denial

polyglot

something or someone with knowledge of several different languages

gravitas

seriousness

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