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Power Plus for the New SAT Book II Lesson 13

includes synonyms and antonyms, includes parts of speech
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inert
adj. unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish; dormant; passive; NOT dynamic or active
circumvent
v. to get around; to bypass; avoid
clandestine
adj. secret; covert; furtive; NOT open or aboveboard
acquit
v. to find not guilty of a fault or crime; absolve; NOT convict
deprecate
v. to express strong disapproval of; deplore; NOT approve or praise
barrister
n. lawyer (British)
adulation
n. excessive praise or admiration; flattery; adoration; NOT derision
culinary
adj. having to do with the kitchen or cooking
bawdy
adj. indecent; humorously obscene; risque; lewd; NOT innocent or clean
chastise
v. to punish severely; discipline
jocose
adj. joking, humorous; witty; funny; playful; jocund; NOT serious
myriad
n. a very large number; host; multitude
adj. too numerous to be counted; NOT few or limited
latent
adj. present, but not active; hidden; dorment; NOT manifest
pernicious
adj. destructive; deadly; malignant; harmful; NOT benign
frugal
adj. thrifty; economical in money matters; NOT wasteful or profligate