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25 terms

English 10 SAT Vocab (Ms. M-P)

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complacent
pleased with oneself
devoid
not possessing; lacking; to be without
discredit
to injure the credit or reputation of
exonerate
to clear from guilt or blame
waver
to sway, shake or tremble
understated
restrained in design or presentation
regenerate
to bring into existence again
mock
to attack or treat with ridicule
pedantic
having a narrow focus on small details of a subject
iconoclastic
pertaining to image breaking, or an attack on beliefs
fervent
having or showing intensity of spirit
demeanor
conduct or behavior
disseminate
to scatter or spread widely
burgeon
to grow or develop quickly
affable
easy to approach or talk to
captivate
to attract or hold the interest of
vindication
something that clears one from suspicion or accusation
revival
restoration to life or health
obfuscate
to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy
pompous
characterized by display of importance
inhibit
to restrain or hinder
conventional
conforming to accepted standards
articulate
using language easily or clearly
spellbinding
holding interest as if by a spell
presumption
assumption or supposition