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SAT Vocabulary 11
Terms in this set (37)
A careful look or examination, especially a critical one
To run or move with short hasty steps; to sink by putting holes in the bottom or sides
To keep apart or remove from contact with others
To keep apart from others; to take property until a debt has been paid or other legal claims have been settled
Complete, total, and unmixed; very steep or straight up and down; so thin as to be transparent
Bad, evil, or criminal; giving the impression that something harmful or evil will happen
A person who questions or doubts claims, ideas, etc.
Not complete, clear, or detailed; worthy of caution or suspicion
To treat as unimportant or with disrespect
To smile or speak in a disrespectful or mocking way; to express dislike or disrespect
Very serious or formal in manner or expression; sad, cheerless, and serious
Showing concern or care; eager or anxious to do something
A feeling of unity between people who share the same interests, goals, etc.
Very dirty and unpleasant; immoral or dishonest
Very plain or empty in appearance; unpleasantly and sharply clear; complete, total, or unmixed
Showing little or no change, movement, or progress; relating to electric charge that is built up on a surface
Requiring or showing great energy and effort
To defeat and gain control and obedience
In a position of less power, authority, or importance
Happening or coming after something else
Ready to obey without question; less in importance; useful for a goal or purpose
To give evidence to support or prove the truth of a claim, idea, etc.
Hard to notice or see, especially because of fine detail; clever in an indirect way; able to understand clearly
To make weaker or less effective; to secretly try to ruin or destroy a government, system, etc.
The right to vote in an election
Unwilling to talk or be sociable; dark or gloomy
On the surface or outer part only; concerned only with appearance; not complete, deep, or thorough
Easily affected, influenced, or harmed by
A feeling of agreement; a feeling of support; a feeling of sadness about another's misfortune, trouble, etc.
The process or result of combining different things into a connected whole
Skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues
Not directly or clearly related to the main part; relating to a tangent, where shapes touch at a single point
Tight from being stretched; strained, tense, or not relaxed
Too long, slow, dull, or tiresome
Not done with confidence; not certain or definite
Relating to the treatment of illness; producing a positive effect on health
Not active, energetic, or excited