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Pre AP SAT words yel

25 SAT words

TermDefinition
abate reduce or lessen
abdicate give up a position
aberration something unusual, different from the norm
abhor to really hate
abstain to refrain from doing
adversity hardship, misfortune
aesthetic pertaining to beauty
amicable agreeable
anachronistic out of context of time, out of date
arid very dry
asylum sanctuary, place of safety
benevolent friendly, helpful
bias a prejudice toward something or against something
boisterous enthusiastic, loud
brazen bold
brusque short, rude
camaraderie togetherness, trust, group dynamic of trust
canny careful
capacious very large, spacious
capitulate surrender
clairvoyant can predict the future
collaborate work together
compassion sympathy
compromise meeting in the middle, settling difference
condescending patronizing
Created by: lsfuller