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SAT Vocab #10

SAT/ACT Vocabulary
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trivial
commonplace, simple
gravity
importance, seriousness
arbitrary
capricious, without reason
objective
intention, goal
mundane
commonplace, earthly
adapt
adjust, conform
partisan
follower
sagacious
discerning, wise
elusive
difficult to identify, grasp, or isolate
stupefy
astonish, daze
fluctuate
swing, shift
traitor
person who betrays a trust or obligation
surpass
exceed
incessant
unceasing, continual
exacerbate
aggravate, embitter
vulnerable
assailable, open to attack
static
stationary, unchanging
uniformity
consistency
satiate
satisfy fully or to excess
tyranny
oppressive power
oblivion
totally forgotten
preclude
close off, rule out in advance
animosity
enmity, resentment
pessimism
expectation that the worst will occur
conciliatory
appeasing, pacifying
presumptuous
presuming, brash
phenomenon
unusual or rare event
competent
qualified, fit
submissive
complying
advocate
plead, voice
compensate
counterbalance, pay
deteriorate
degenerate