SAT Vocab Set #14
Terms in this set (10)
Various, several, miscellaneous
Sammy had a sundry of ice cream sundaes for his party.
To take the place of
Garderobes plant new plants to supplant old plants
An over abundant amount, especially overindulgence in eating and drinking.
A surfeit of surfers is a sure path to disastrous surfboard accidents.
A rope or chain that allows limited movement, the limit of ones resources or strength.
Horses are tethered with a rope or leather strap.
A turning or twisting force
When Kris floors it in his cobalt, the amount of torque is overwhelming and takes my breath away.
Cutting, incisive, having a sharp point, caustic, sarcastic
A trenchant mouth is characteristic of the famous Madagascar trench ant.
Inclined toward conflict, eager to fight
The truck you lent uncle frank made him truculent.
To shorten by cutting off
The lumberjack truncated the tree when he made a trunk cut halfway to the top.
A beginner, a novice
You could tell by the way curly tied rope, that he was a cowboy tyro.
Existing or being everywhere at the same time, constantly encountered, widespread
When you're as big as us you feel ubiquitous.