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20 terms

SAT Part 2 Group 6

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allege
to assert without proof; to state as a reason or excuse
arbitrary
determined by chance or individual impulse, not necessity, reason, or principle; whimsical; not restrained or limited in the exercise of power
bureaucratic
rigidly devoted to adhering to rules of procedure
chicanery
the use of tricks to deceive
collusion
a secret agreement, especially for fraudulent or illegal purposes
counsel
a legal adviser; advice given to guide the actions of others
defer
to delay action; to exempt temporarily from military service
disclaimer
a statement disavowing responsibility
disclose
to make known; to expose to view
dispute
a verbal controversy or contest; a disagreement or quarrel
exonerate
to free from guilt or blame; to clear of an acusation
indictment
an accusation, esp a legal charge of criminal offense
judicious
having or using good judgment; sensible; wise
legacy
a gift of property in a will; anything handed down from a predecessor
legislate
to create or enact laws; to control by legislation
mandate
an order from a court or official to a lower court; a command or authorization to act in a particular way
premeditated
planned or plotted in advance; considered beforehand
proxy
the authority to act for another; the person authorized to act for another
revoke
to annul or cancel by withdrawing; cancel officially
unprecedented
without previous occurance; never before experienced