SAT Vocab Set #13
Terms in this set (10)
Basic, crude, undeveloped fundamental principles or skills
Rude children in elementary school are often rudimentary by nature.
One that bears the blame for others
I ask you, does this goat look like a scapegoat?
To look very carefully, to examine
U.S. Customs officials have screw eyes when they scrutinize baggage.
To separate or keep apart from others
At the track, race horses are segregated into separate gates to begin the race.
Snakelike in shape or movement, winding as a snake
A serpent teen hot redding on a serpentine road was pulled over for speeding.
Depressing, gloomy, dark
Some bears endure winter hibernation in a somber state of mind.
Producing sound, especially deep and rich, resonant
The not so sonorous snorers of old Santa Fe were annoyed.
To move, to action
Spurs are called spurs because the spur a horse to action
To reject with disdain
Robert was burned when Rebecca spurned him.
To make numb with amazement, to stun into helplessness
The kids were stupefied when a super fly destroyed their house.