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SAT words

circumscribe to draw a circle around; to restrict
contiguous sharing an edge or boundary, touching
conciliatory appeasing, soothing, showing willingness to reconcile
credible capable of being believed, plausible
exonerate to free from blame
incontrovertible indisputable, not open to question
indict to officially charge with wrongdoing or a crime
litigious prone to engage in lawsuits
partisans devoted to or biased in support of a party, group or cause
parity equality, as in amount, status or value
rectitude moral uprightness, righteousness
remiss lack in attending to duty, negligent
repudiate to reject the validity or authority of
sanctimonious feigning piety or righteousness
scrupulous principled, having a strong sense of right and wrong, conscientious and exacting
solicitous concerned
substantiate to support with proof or evidence, verify
veracity adherence to the truth; truthfulness
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