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59 terms

SAT (251-300)

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compass
to make a circle around
compass
to accomplish
check
to stop or make go more slowly; to retrain
novel
markedly new, unusual, or different
essay
to attempt
apology
an explanation or defense of one's beliefs or behavior
uniform
not varying; the same in all cases and times
discriminate
to recognize or show a difference between people or things
dispose
to arrange in a particular way or position
dispose
to make ready; to prepare
solemn
to be happy or smiling
solemn
done, said, etc. seriously
empirical
based on experiments or experience rather than ideas or theories
destiny
what happens to someone or what will happen in the future, especially things that cannot be changed or avoided; fate
gratify
to pleas or satisfy someone
veiled
hidden
proclaim
to publicly and officially tell people about something important
proclaim
to show something clearly; to be a sign of something
melancholy
sad, especially a lingering or habitual state of mind
exhilarate
to make someone feel happy and excited
deplete
to reduce something by a large amount so that there is not enough left
agitate
to argue strongly for something, especially for changes in a law, in social conditions, etc
agitate
to upset or anger someone
agitate
to shake or stir something, especially a liquid
deteriorate
to become worse
mold
to shape
forge
to create
complacent
overly satisfied with oneself
displace
to take the place of someone or something
frivolous
silly or amusing, especially when such behavior is not suitable
frivolous
having no useful or serious purpose
deficient
not having enough or something, especially that is essential
spectrum
a complete or wide range or related qualities, ideas, etc.
mentor
an experienced person who advises and helps someone with less experience over a period of time
notorious
well known for being bad
malice
a feeling of hatred that causes a desire to do harm
pious
having or showing a deep respect for God and religion
foresee
to think something is going to happen in the future; to predict
pedantic
too worried about small details or rules
esteem
to regard with respect
autonomy
the ability to act and make decisions without being controlled by anyone else
accord
an agreement, especially a formal one between two organizations, countries, etc.
disclose
to reveal
tranquil
quiet and peaceful
anarchy
lack of government, order, or control
vulgar
rude and likely to offend
migrate
to move from one place to another
sarcasm
saying the opposite of what one means in order to hurt someone
allude
to refer to indirectly
partisan
prejudiced in favor of a particular cause
enigma
a person, thing, or situation that is mysterious and difficult to understand
coincide
to occur at the same place or time
empathy
the ability to understand another person's feelings or experience
fatal
causing or ending in death
fatal
causing disaster or failure
diligent
showing care and effort in ones work
margin
the edge of a place, group, or situation, especially one separate from the main area
margin
the amount by which something succeeds
ritual
a series of predetermined actions, especially as part of a religious ceremony