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61 terms

SAT day 1

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cabal
a small group
cache
a hiding place
cadaver
a dead body
cajole
to persuade
calamitous
causing trouble or disastrous
callow
young and inexperienced
canard
a false story, report, or rumor
candid
truthful, honest
candor
honest; openness, frankness
canny
shrewd
canon
rule
cant
statements made in a singsong tone
cantankerous
bad tempered
canvass
to make a survey
capacious
spacious
capitulate
to surrender
capricious
erratic, impulsive
careen
to swerve
caricature
an exaggerated portrayal
carnage
slaughter
carnal
sensual; sexual
carouse
to engage in a noisy, wild party
carp
to complain
carrion
decaying flesh
caret blanche
freedom to use one's own judgment
castigate
to punish or criticize
cataclysm
a violent change
catharsis
act of purification
catholic
universal, found everywhere
caucus
a meeting
caustic
severely critical
cauterize
to burn
cavalcade
a sequence of events
cavalier
a casually indifferent person
cavil
to argue
cavort
to frolic
celerity
swiftness
celibate
unmarried
censure
to criticize or condemn
centrifugal
moving away from the center
certitude
certainly
cessation
stopping
chafe
to annoy
chaff
worthless material
chagrin
embarassment
charlatan
a fake
chary
careful
chattel
slave
chauvinism
fanatical devotion
chicanery
trickery
chide
criticize
chimerical
imaginary, fantastic, unreal
choleric
easily angered
churlish
rude
cipher
a thing of no value
circuitous
indirect
circumlocution
roundabout way of speaking
circumscribe
to encircle
circumspect
cautious
circumvent
to surround or entrap, to go around or by-pass
clamber
to climb with effort or difficulty