SAT Words 36/50
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A solemn assertion of a falsity.
A continuance in the same state, or without any change that destroys the essential form or nature.
That may be allowed.
Reciprocal change, different ordering of same items.
Tending to kill or hurt.
Straight up and down.
The doer of a wrong or a criminal act.
To preserve from extinction or oblivion.
Any profit from service beyond the amount fixed as salary or wages.
Harsh or malignant oppression.
A persistence in purpose and effort.
To continue striving in spite of discouragements.
To continue steadfast against opposition.
A fixed adherence to a resolve, course of conduct, or the like.
A man or woman as an individual, especially one of rank or high station.
Not general or public.
The attributes, taken collectively, that make up the character and nature of an individual.
The force of persons collectively employed in some service.
The relative importance of facts or matters from any special point of view.
Acuteness or discernment.
To excrete through the pores of the skin.
To win the mind of by argument, eloquence, evidence, or reflection.
capable of influencing to action by entreaty, statement, or anything that moves the feelings.
Persistent or unyielding.
To disturb greatly.
Mental excitement or confusion.
The act of reading carefully or thoughtfully.
To pass or spread through every part.
The state of spreading through every part.
Thoroughly penetrating or permeating.
Diversion from the true meaning or proper purpose.
One who has forsaken a doctrine regarded as true for one esteemed false.
Admitting the entrance or passage of another substance.
A raging epidemic.
Having a malign influence or effect.
having the nature of or breeding pestilence.
To fail or lose power, efficiency, or value.
To convert into a substance of stony hardness and character.
The character or condition of being impatient, capricious or petulant.
A book containing the formulas and methods of preparation of medicines for the use of druggists.
The art or business of compounding and dispensing medicines.
Extraordinary or marvelous.
Any unusual occurrence.
To play at courtship with a woman.
One who endeavors to help his fellow men.
The study and collection of stamps.
Fond of music.
One who is fond of women.
An expert in linguistics.
The study of language in connection with history and literature.
To seek ultimate causes and principles.
The general principles, laws, or causes that furnish the rational explanation of anything.
Not easily roused to feeling or action.
Representing articulate sounds or speech.
Pertaining to the nature of sound.
A graphic character symbolizing an articulate sound.
The science of human vocal sounds.
The property of emitting light.
Pertaining to the combined action of light and electricity.
Any instrument for measuring the intensity of light or comparing the intensity of two lights.
The art of measuring the intensity of light.
A specialist in the science that treats of the phenomena associated with matter and energy.
The science that treats of the phenomena associated with matter and energy.
The doctrine that land and its products are the only true wealth.
The external appearance merely.
Description of nature.
The science of organic functions.
The physical structure or organization of a person.
Of small value.
A small flute.
A loose or separated part, as distinguished from the whole or the mass.
Open robbery, as in war.
A wooden framework in which an offender is fastened to boards and is exposed to public scorn.
An instrument having two lever-handles and two jaws working on a pivot.
An instrument having two jaws working on a pivot.
A high or topmost point, as a mountain-peak.
One among the first to explore a country.
To excite a slight degree of anger in.
Any small portion or meager allowance.
To bring from a state of angry or hostile feeling to one of patience or friendliness.