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54 terms

SAT Day 2

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clandestine
secretive, private
clangor
harsh ringing sound
clarion
clear and shrill
cleave
to split something apart; to stick or cling to something
clemency
mercy; leniency
clime
climate; region
cloistered
secluded; confined
clout
power, influence
cloven
divided; split
coalesce
to blend; merge; fuse
coffer
strong box
cogent
convincing
cogitate
to think; to consider carefully
cognizant
aware of
collate
to put together in order
colloquial
informal conversation or phrase
collusion
conspiracy; agreement to commit a crime
comely
attractive
commensurate
proportionate
commiserate
to express pity for
commodious
spacious
communal
shared
compendium
brief summary
complacent
satisfied; smug; overly competent
complicity
partnership in wrongful act
comprehensive
all inclusive
compulsory
required
compunction
uneasiness; remorse
concede
to admit
concentric
having a common center
concession
allowance; the act of yielding
conciliate
to soothe the anger of; to win over
conclave
secret meeting
concomitant
accompanying
concourse
a crowd; a wide street
condign
deserved
conducive
leading to
conduit
pipe or tube
configuration
shape
conflagration
a large fire
confluent
flowing together
confounded
confused or amazed
congeal
to thicken
congenial
friendly
congenital
existing at birth
conglomerate
mass; large corporation
conjecture
to guess or speculate
conjugal
pertaining to marriage
connivance
conspiracy
connote
imply
connubial
relating to marriage
consanguinity
close relationship by blood
consecrate
to make holy
consonant
in agreement or harmony