10 terms

MS SAT List 3

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arbitrary
adjective; decided or arranged without any reason or plan, often unfairly
synonyms; random, chance, uninformed
antonyms; systematic, logical
bias
noun; an opinion about whether a person, group, or idea is good or bad which influences how you deal with it
synonyms; prejudice, partiality, unfairness
antonyms; impartiality, mindedness
captivate
verb; to attract someone very much and hold their attention
synonyms; enthrall, fascinate, mesmerize
antonym; repel
delegate
verb; to give part or your power or work to someone in a lower position than you; choose someone to do a particular job, or to be a representative of a group
synonyms; appoint, allocate, assign
antonyms; retain, keep
eloquent
adjective; able to express your ideas and opinions well, especially to influence others
synonyms; articulate, expressive, stirring
antonyms; mumbling, tongue-tied
headstrong
adjective;very determined to do what you want, even when people advise against it
synonyms; willful, determined, stubborn
antonyms; cautious, docile
immerse
verb; to become completely involved in an activity; to completely cover someone or something in a liquid
synonyms; engross, engage, occupy
antonym; bore
lethargic
adjective; feeling as if you have no energy and no interest in doing anything
synonyms; sluggish, tired, weary
antonym; energetic
meager
adjective; too small and much less than you need
synonyms; insufficient, inadequate, skimpy
antonym; plentiful
vindictive
adjective; unreasonably cruel and unfair toward someone who has harmed you
synonyms; bitter, mean, spiteful
antonyms; merciful, kind
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