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36 terms

SAT vocab 6/19

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admitted
to confess or tell something which is usually not easy to share
suspicious
causing one not to believe in something; not trustworthy
prestigious
famous
authentic
real
reconcile
to bring into agreement or make fit together
deceptions
lies or tricks
literary
relatd to novels and poems (literature)
adore
loved or respected greatly
giggled
laughed
gestured
used one's hand to refer to something or to express an idea without speaking
apoplogetically
saying sorry
occupation
job
attire
clothing
neglecting
ignoring; not paying attention to something
know-how
skills for dealing with a situation
endure
to live through or survive in experience
annoyed
displeased by something
ingritiation
giving praise or gifts in an attemp to recieve support or friendship
flirt
to joke with someone as a way of romantically attracting him/her
strolling
walking
condemned
forced
temperate
not extreme or excessive (for weather, this would be a perfect day, for people this would mean that they are not too happy or sad, or extreme in their emotions)
faint-hearted
nervous or scared; not willing to act because of fear
penetrating
very sharp
privilege
a special ability only enjoyed by certain people
eminent
of a high level of importance
want
lack
conclude
end
advantageous
providing lucky circumstances or a situation which will be good for the future
stab
attack with a knife
retreat
move away, as a losing army from a battle
angelic
like an angel
phantom
ghost or dream-like illusion
aggressive
pugnacious
literal
real, not imagery
antagonism
anger or argument; making enimies