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Vocab Rock: Shine

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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actuate
(v) motivate; to put into action
captivate
(v) entrance; charm; enthrall
dregs
(n) sediment; muck; residue; remains; leftovers; what is left behind
forsake
(v) abandon; renounce; desert
illuminate
(v) enlighten; clarify; make something understood
illuminate
(v) brighten
incite
(v) compel; spur; impel; provoke; goad; to cause
lurk
(v) prowl; hide; lie in wait; move about stealthily or undetected
martyr
(n) one who is subjugated; one who endures pain or suffers voluntarily typically to incite change
mired
(adj) caught up; in a difficult situation
mired
(adj) trapped by a thick substance
rabid
(adj) extreme; fanatical
rabid
(adj) infected with rabies
renovate
(v) refurbish; restore
resplendent
(adj) dazzling; stunning; glorious; brilliant
scoff
(v) mock; ridicule; make fun of
seclusion
(n) isolation; privacy; solitude
skulk
(v) creep; loiter; sneak; to move furtively or secretly
solace
(n) comfort; support
vacillation
(n) indecision; uncertainty; inability to decide
welter
(n) turmoil; bewildering jumble; a confused mass