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sat vocab76-100


provocative serving or tending to provoke excite or stimulate; stimulating discussion or exciting controversy
prudent careful and sensible;marked by sound jugdment
querulous habitually complaining
rancorous showing deep-seated resentment
reclusive withdrawn from society
reconciliation the reastablishment of cordial relations
renovation the act of renewing by restoring
restrained under restraint
reverence feeling a profound respect for someone or something
sagacity the mental ability to understand and discriminate b/t relations
scrutinize examine carefully with accuracy with the intent of verification
sontanious said or done without having been planned or writen in advantage
spurious plausable butt faulse
submissive inclined or willing to submit to orders or wishes
substainable established or strengthen as with new evidence or facts
subtle difficult to detect or grasp by the mind
superficial of,affecting, or being on or near the surface
superflous more than is needed
surreptitious marked by quiet and cautious and secretecy
tactful having or showing a scense of what is fitting and considerable in dealing with others
tenacious stubornly unyeilding
venerable profoundly honored
vindicate show to be right by providing justification or proof
WARY marked by keen caution and wathful prudence
Created by: johncrawley