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SAT Vocab Lesson 5

SAT Vocab lesson 5
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Bucolic
Adj. rustic, characteristic of herdsmen or shepherd, pastoral
Chauvinist
n. sexest, prejudiced belief in the superiority in one's group, person who thinks they are superirous
Covert
adj. concealed, hidden, secretive
Discard
n. lack of agreement, disagreement, dissension
Divulge
v. to make known, to reveal, to expose
Esotic
adj. understand by only a few, confined to a small group; confidential
Feasible
adj. possible, capable of being completed, doable
Garrulous
adj. rambling, talkative, loquacious
Gullible
adj. easily deceived, cheated duped
Indigenous
adj. native, occurring naturally, naturally occurring in a region or area
Inert
adj. unable to move or act, sluggish, unmotivated
Meticulous
adj. careful about details, precise, excessive concern
Platitude
n. trivial statement or remark,banal statement, pointless comment
Prodigious
adj. enormous, impressive, in size, gigantic
Rancor
n. bitter, long-lasting resentment
Salient
adj. protruding, prominent, standing out from the rest
Sophisticated
adj. to become more worldly, knowledgeable, highly developed
Stringent
adj. strict, constricted, sevre, tight
Terse
adj. concise, to the point, brief and unfriendly
Transitory
adj. existing only briefly, temporary, not permanent