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SAT P Words

Words for the SAT that start with 'P'

Pillage To seize or plunder
Pinnacle The highest point
Pithy Concisely meaningful
Pittance A very small amount
Placate To soothe
Placid Calm and peaceful
Platitude An uninspired remark
Plaudits Enthusiastic approval
Plausible Believable or reasonable
Plenitude An abundance
Plethora An abundance or excess
Pliable Flexible
Poignant Deeply affecting or moving
Polemic An aggressive argument against a specific opinion
Portent An omen
Potable Suitable for drinking
Potentate One who has great power
Pragmatic Practical
Precipice A steep, overhanging place
Preclude To prevent
Precocious Advanced
Predilection A preference or inclination
Preponderance Superiority in importance or quantity
Prepossessing Occupying the mind to the exclusion of other thoughts
Presage An omen
Prescient To have foreknowledge of events
Prescribe To lay down a rule
Presumptuous Disrespectfully bold
Created by: MrSmexy