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25 terms

SAT Vocab Group 3

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compatible
adj. in agreement with; harmonious
complacent
adj. content; self-satisfied; smug
compliant
adj. yielding; obedient
comprehensive
adj. all-inclusive; complete; thorough
compromise
v. to settle by mutual adjustment
concede
v. 1. to acknowledge; admit; 2. to surrender; to abandon one's position
concise
adj. in few words; brief; condensed
condescend
v. to come down from one's position or dignity
condone
v. to overlook; to forgive
conspicuous
adj. easy to see; noticeable
consternation
n. amazement or terror that causes confusion
consummation
n. the completion; finish
contemporary
adj. living or happening at the same time; modern
contempt
n. scorn; disrespect
contrite
adj. regretful; sorrowful
conventional
adj. traditional; common; routine
cower
v. to crouch down in fear or shame
defamation
n. harming a name or reputation; slandering
deference
adj. yielding to the opinion of another
deliberate
1. v. to consider carefully; to weigh in the mind
2. adj. intentional
denounce
v. to speak out against; condemn
depict
v. to portray in words; to present a visual image
deplete
v. to reduce; to empty
depravity
n. moral corruption; badness
deride
v. to ridicule; to laugh at with scorn