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SAT pg 155-156

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emancipate
to free from some external control or constraint; to liberate
emasculate
to castrate, weaken; to deprive of strength and vigor
embargo
a government order to temporarily suspend foreign trade
embellish
to beautify by adding ornaments; actual or fanciful
embezzle
to appropriate illegally
embody
to give bodily form to; to personify; to make part of a system
embrace
to hug, to accept; to adopt a cause, to include
embroil
to involve in argument or hostile action; to throw into disorder
embryonic
in an early stage of development; in an undeveloped stage; rudimentary
emend
to correct by textual alterations; to edit
emigrant
one who leaves one's place of residence or country
emigrate
to leave a place
eminent
standing out; renowned; distinguished