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Sparknotes SAT vocab novel "Rave New World" Ch. 3

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abide
tolerate
acclaimed
praised
acquiesce
give in
adhering
sticking
altercation
noisy argument
anachronistic
from the wrong time period
apparatus
instrument or appliance
arduous
extremely difficult
assessing
judging
atypically
unusually
behemoth
something huge or powerful
blithely
lightheartedly
boorish
rude and insensitive
bungle
mistake
calibration
adjustment
cohorts
companions or colleagues
convoluted
complicated
corridor
hallway
corrosive
wearing away
curtly
rudely and abruptly
deterred
prevented
discomfiture
confusion or embarrassment
disengaged
withdrew
distaste
dislike
docilely
obediently
dynamic
vital
elucidate
make clear
expedient
practical for achieving a certain result
exuberant
joyous and enthusiastic
fathom
understand
feign
pretend
flabbergasted
overwhelmed with surprise
formidable
causing fear or awe
furtive
sly or secretive
goad
urge into action
groveling
crawling or wallowing
heritage
inheritance or tradition
hiatus
break
idiosyncratic
individual or peculiar
ignominious
dishonorable or humiliating
imperative
absolutely necessary
impertinent
disrespectful
indignation
anger at injustice
inefficacious
ineffective
influence
have an effect on
innate
part of one's essential nature
insolent
bold or insulting
instantaneous
immediate
instigating
provoking
intact
left whole
interminable
endless
interrogate
question systematically
jaundiced
discolored yellow (by disease)
lumbered
moved heavily
lurking
following or lying in wait
malfunction
failure to work normally
meager
scanty or insufficient
melodramatic
overly dramatic
mirth
gladness accompanied by laughter
nurture
nourish or educate
officiously
meddlesomely
paramount
supreme
peers
equals
perception
observation or impression
pinnacle
highest peak
recurring
occurring again
retribution
revenge
revered
honored
revulsion
disgust
roster
list
sagacious
wise
sagely
wisely
sauntering
strolling
scenario
sequence of events
sinuous
moving gracefully
snit
tantrum
stifled
repressed or smothered
stolid
unemotional
trudged
marched tiredly
ultimatum
final demand
umbrage
suspicion or resentment
upbraided
scolded harshly
vacated
left
viable
able to survive or succeed
vindicate
free from blame
wallowing
indulging
wane
dwindle
weeping
crying
withering
making speechless