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19 terms

SAT vocab S's

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sanguineous
Consisting of blood.
sapient
Possessing wisdom.
secant
Cutting, especially into two parts.
sequester
To cause to withdraw or retire, as from society or public life
sluggard
A person habitually lazy or idle
soliloquy
A monologue
stellar
Pertaining to the stars
stolid
Expressing no power of feeling or perceiving
staid
Of a steady and sober character.
solecism
Any violation of established rules or customs.
somniferous
Tending to produce sleep.
stringent
Rigid
sumptuous
Rich and costly.
succulent
Juicy
synopsis
A syllabus or summary
surmise
To conjecture
sustenance
Food
superfluous
Being more than is needed
submersible
Capable of being put underwater