Bespoke Education ISEE/SSAT - Set 4
Marked by intense force or emotion
Not based in fact
Without the desired effect; ineffectual, useless.
To deduce, conclude
To decrease in size, dwindle
A satirical imitation
To feel or show affection toward something
(1) To disagree (2) The act of disagreeing
To make void or invalid
To shun, avoid
To twist, thrash about
Arrogant and condescending
Undeveloped, not fully formed, incipient
To unnecessarily delay, postpone, put off
To hand over responsibility for something
To glorify, praise
Faithless, disloyal, untrustworthy
Misleading or false.
To feel or express sorrow, disapproval
Ill will, hatred, hostility
Uprightness, extreme morality
To isolate, hide away
Excessively dismal, mournful.
Incapable of being taken back
Relating to the land
To scold, disapprove
Requiring tremendous energy or stamina
To scold, rebuke
To take back
A curse, expression of ill-will
A speech delivered in a formal or ceremonious manner
Not original, overused
To give up, relinquish (as in to waive one's right to an attorney)
Silent, reserved; reluctant to speak.
To urge, prod, spur
To seek revenge
Members of Christian holy orders
Central character or hero of a story; person most active in resolving a situation.
Based on an assumption or hypothesis.
a follower, adherent
To calm, satisfy
A state of being held in low regard
Worthy of esteem or reward
To predict, portend
To threaten; A threat or danger
Expressiveness, persuasive speech.
Momentary, transient, fleeting
One who wants to eliminate all government
greatest in importance, rank, character
Not suitable or capable, unqualified
deficient in size or quality
To spoil, tarnish
To prevent, restrain, stop
Having a pointed, sharp quality; often used to describe smells
Goad, urge, start, provoke, incite.
Hard to detect or describe; perceptive
Easily understood; clear, sane, full of light.
A break or gap in duration or continuity
(1) To disappear, cause to disappear (2) To waste
To complete, make perfect
To get around
To scold, protest
Necessary for completeness
To make invalid, to void.
To control or diffuse a potentially explosive situation
Reconciling, soothing, apologetic.
An authoritative command
Acquit; free from guilt.
Random, by chance.
Lazy, painless, slow to heal.
Kindly, favorable; not malignant or harmful.
(1) a ranting speech (2) to give such a speech
A particular dislike for something
(1) Not extreme (2) One who expresses moderate opinions
Casual; hastily done.
Customary; predictable; conformist
To completely erase or wipe out.
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