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

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propensity

a tendency

condescending

displaying superiority; patronizing

compunction

an uneasiness caused by guilt; a qualm

sepulcher

a tomb or burial chamber

bellicose

warlike; inclined to fight

pulchritude

physical beauty

wizened

shriveled or withered from age or illness

rhapsodize

to express oneself enthusiastically

physiognomy

facial features

voluble

talkative

revel

to enjoy; to take pleasure in

umbrage

feeling of offense; resentment

epiphany

a revelation; sudden knowledge or insight

assiduous

diligent; persistent

panacea

a cure-all; a remedy for all diseases

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