How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

56 terms

Flocabulary S.A.T. Song 5: "Friends"

ELA, CAIS, Schick, S.A.T., SAT, Vocabulary, Flocabulary
STUDY
PLAY
gilded
covered with a thin layer of gold, or deceptively attractive
concoct
to make up or invent
indignation
anger due to an unfair situation
patent
clear, apparent
inextricable
hopelessly confused or tangled
discreet
prudent or inconspicuous
surreptitious
done in a secret or stealthy way
alacrity
speed, readiness
manifest
to show clearly
erect
to construct, to raise
grandiose
extraordinary, grand in scope
meager
lacking in quality or stature
envious
jealous
magnanimous
generous, noble (not munificent)
munificent
generous, benevolent, (not magnanimous)
affable
friendly (not amiable)
amiable
friendly (not affable)
conciliatory
agreeable, friendly
hierarchy
a ranking system of groups or individuals
linchpin
something that holds separate things together
weather
to withstand or survive a situation
inclement
stormy, bad, severe
jubilant
joyful, happy
alleviate
to relieve
chastise
to criticize, to scold
elucidate
to clarify
limpid
clear, easily understood
ultimate
the last part, or a fundamental element
choreographed
arranged, as in dance
idolatrous
worshiping excessively an object or person
fawn
to show affection through flattery
extol
to praise highly
diaphanous
transparent, see-through
spectral
ghostly (not apparitional)
apparitional
ghostly, spectral (not spectral)
lethargic
lazy, apathetic
comatose
lethargic
benign
nonthreatening, innocuous
mendacious
inclined to lie or mislead
calumny
an attempt to defame another's reputation
defame
to destroy the reputation of
libel
a statement that gives an unjust or unfavorable representation of a person or thing, a defamation (not slander or malign)
slander
a false statement to damage the reputation of another (not libel or malign)
malign
to slander, to smear, to libel, to defame, to speak evil of (not slander or libel)
impudent
rude, improper
puerile
immature (not juvenile)
juvenile
young or immature (not puerile)
guile
deceitful actions or behavior
bilk
to cheat, to swindle
telepathic
capable of reading minds
soothsayer
a fortune teller (not seer)
seer
a fortune teller (not soothsayer)
inveterate
habitual, natural
delude
to deceive, to mislead
compel
to force
camaraderie
cheerful unity among a group