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Wittman SAT vocabulary quiz 3

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annul
(v.) to make void or invalid
anomaly
(n.) something that does not fit into the normal order
anonymous
(adj.) being unknown, unrecognized
antagonism
(n.) hostility
antecedent
(n.) something that came before
antediluvian
(adj.) ancient
anthology
(n.) a selected collection of writings, songs, etc.
antipathy
(n.) a strong dislike, repugnance
antiquated
(adj.) old, out of date
antiseptic
(adj.) clean, sterile
antithesis
(n.) the absolute opposite
anxiety
(n.) intense uneasiness
apathetic
(adj.) lacking concern, emotion
apocryphal
(adj.) fictitious, false, wrong
appalling
(adj.) inspiring shock, horror, disgust
appease
(v.) to calm, satisfy
appraise
(v.) to assess the worth or value of
apprehend
1. (v.) to seize, arrest
2. (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
approbation
(n.) praise
appropriate
(v.) to take, make use of
aquatic
(adj.) relating to water
arable
(adj.) suitable for growing crops