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Sat words for 10/6/10
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Indigenous
originating in a region (some fear that these plants, which are not indigenous to the region, may choke out the vegetation that is native to the area)
Lithe
graceful, flexible, supple (although the dances were all outstanding, jar sun's control of her lithe body was particularly impressive)
Platitude
an uninspired remark, cliché (after reading over her paper, Helene concluded that what she thought were profound insights were actually just platitudes)
Poignant
deeply affecting, moving (my teacher actually cried after reading to us the poignant final chapter of where the red fern grows)
Plethora
an abundance, excess (The wedding banquet included a plethora of shrimp piled three feet high)
Sagacity
shrewdness, soundness of perspective
Judicious
having or exercising sound judgment
Kudos
praise for an achievement
Languid
sluggish fatigue or weakness
Nocturnal
relating to or occurring during the night
Putrid
rotten, foul
Zenith
the highest point, cumulating point
Whimsical
fanciful, make believe
Laudatory
expressing admiration or praise
Juxtaposition
the act if placing two things next to each other for implicit comparison