Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book Four Lessons 15-21 Test
Terms in this set (30)
adj. very noticeable or obvious.
adj. traveling, especially by foot.
adj. having ill-will; wishing harm; evil.
adj. emerging; coming into existence.
adj. known or understood by only a few; mysterious.
adj. merely touching or slightly connected; digressing from the main point.
to relate to a particular cause; to ascribe.
n. swiftness of action; speed.
adj. pertaining to food, nutrition, or digestion.
adj. dating from birth; inherent or natural.
n. a discussion; a conversation.
adj. light or airy; intangible; heavenly.
adj. pertaining to the sense of touch.
n. a person who renounces material comforts and practices extreme self-denial.
adj. very moving, touching.
v. to satisfy fully.
adj. resulting from accumulation; increasing.
n. thrill; invigoration.
n. proper behavior; appropriateness.
v. to urge forward; to prod.
adj. remaining only a short time.
adj. timid; fearful.
v. to renounce or recant.
n. a knack or faculty of making fortunate discoveries by accident.
adj. simple and carefree; delightfully serene.
adj. lying on one's back; lying face-up.
adj. accomplished through stealth and secrecy.
adj. fully informed; having knowledge of.