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Vocab Rock: Hot

London, Keith, and Rebecca Osleeb. Vocab Rock:Musical Prep for the SAT and ACT Scholastic Edition. Princeton: Peterson's, 2006. Print.
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conflagration
(n) inferno; fire
decree
(n) proclamation; ruling; declaration; an official statement that something must happen
devoid
(adj) lacking; deficient; without
exhilarating
(adj) thrilling; elating
flucuation
(n) flux; variation; a state of varying irregularly; rise and fall
follicle
(n) small hole present in skin; the best known are those through which hair grows
frigid
(adj) freezing; cold
frustrating
(v) exasperating; vexing; annoying
fusion
(n) synthesis; the blending or joining together as a whole
ignite
(v) to initiate an angry or controversial situation
illusion
(n) delusion; chimera; false notion; figment of one's imagination
indefatigable
(adj) unrelenting; tireless; determined; never willing to admit defeat
indisputable
(adj) unquestionable; certain
invigorating
(adj) revitalizing; energizing
marquee
(n) canopy above an entrance; a shelter above a theater entrance
monotony
(n) repetitiveness; sameness
perpetuate
(v) preserve; continue; maintain; make something last
perusing
(v) scrutinizing; examining; to read with care
profusion
(n) overabundance; excess; surplus many; large amount
propagate
(v) reproduce; spread
proximity
(n) nearness; closeness in relation; immediacy
pursuing
(v) following; chasing; to go after something
raze
(v) level; burn; devastate; destroy; tear down
rectify
(v) repair; fix; to correct or resolve a problem
remedy
(n) cure; medicine
saturate
(v) soak; drench
seclusion
(n) isolation; privacy; solitude
sedentary
(adj) inactive
stimulating
(adj) inspiring; thought provoking
tundra
(n) rolling; treeless plain in the North American arctic and Siberia
ungainly
(adj) awkward; clumsy; ungraceful
uniformity
(n) standardization; regularity; consistency
union
(n) combination; amalgamation; merger
vacillate
(v) waver; fluctuate;
wavering
(v) hesitating; faltering; inability to decide or focus