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Flocabulary SAT Song 8: "I Do"

CAIS, English, Flocabulary, SAT vocabulary
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infuse
To inject
quid pro quo
a mutually beneficial exchange
gluttonous
insatiable in appetite
portly
fat and chubby, corpulent
surfeit
an excess, a surplus
gourmand
one who likes eating and drinking
noisome
foul, offensive
noxious
harmful, toxic
baleful
harmful, threatening
odious
meriting strong displeasure
toothsome
delicious, luscious
pungent
having a sharp, strong quality, especially related to smell
putrid
rotten, rancid, foul
rancid
rotten, spoiled, disgusting in smell or taste, putrid
forsake
to abandon, forget
somnolent
sleepy
vivacious
lively, spirited, full of life
abbreviate
to shorten, reduce
aphorism
a short saying
abridge
to shorten, cut down
pellucid
clear
acumen
keen insight
maxim
a common saying of advice or virtue
dutiful
obedient, compliant
captivate
to hold the interest of, to gain the attention of
abduct
to kidnap
henchman
a trusted follower, goon
stagnate
to be idle, to be still, stagnant
stagnant
still, not flowing, stagnate
torpid
lazy, lethargic
doppelganger
a ghostly double of a living person
mimic
to imitate to copy
excursion
a trip, an outing
tortuous
winding, twisted
surmise
to guess, infer, suppose
espouse
to support, or to marry
matrimony
marriage
laudatory
admiring, praising
euphoric
elated, overjoyed
gay
happy
ruse
a trick
cavort
to frolic, leap, prance
carouse
to revel, to party
buffet (verb)
to strike, to pound
bourgeois
middle class
lavish
extravagant
buffet (noun)
a spread of food involving choices
bloated
swollen, bigger than desired
lethargic
sluggish, weary, apathetic
corpulent
very fat, portly