Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT/ACT Book IV — Lesson Five

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consternation

alarming dismay or concern

anomaly

a deviation from the norm; an odd or peculiar occurrence

vitriolic

harsh in tone; bitterly critical

preamble

a preliminary statement; an introduction

coterie

a small group of people who share interests and meet frequently

expiate

to make amends for

compendium

a list or collection of items

comprise

to include or consist of; contain

eidetic

pertaining to extraordinarily detailed and vivid recall

innocuous

harmless

foist

to pass off as genuine or valuable

plethora

an overabundance; excess

flippancy

disrespect

incongruous

incompatible; unsuitable for the situation

disconcert

to frustrate; confuse

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