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100 most common SAT

Abbreviate to shorten, abridge
abstinence the act of refaining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating or drinking
Adulation high praise
adversity misforture, and unfavorable turn of events
anachronistic out-of-date, not aattributed to the correct historical period
anecdote short,usually funny account of an event
anonymous nameless, without a disclosed identity
antagonist foe,opponent, adversary
Arid extremely dry or deathly boring
Assiduous persistant, hard-working
asylum sanctuary,shelter,place of refuge
camaraderie trust soicability amongst friends
censure to criticize harshly
circuitous indirect taking the longest route
clairvoyant exeptionally insightful, able to foresee the future
compassion sympathy helpfulness or mercy
compromise to settle a dispute by terms agreeto both sides
condenscending possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
conformist person who complies with accepted rules and customs
congregation a crowd of people asembly
convergence the state of seperate elements
deleterious harmful destructive
demagogue leader, rabble-rouser, usually appealing to emotion
digression the act of turning sides
diligente careful and hardworking
discredit to harm the reputqation of dishonor or disgrace
disdain to regard with scorn or contempt
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