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SAT Words I

SAT Words First Nine Weeks

Unerring Without making a mistake
Trite Overused; common; stale
Superflous Unnecessary; extra
Tenacious Strong; persistent; determined to hold on
Ominous A sign of something unpleasant that's about to happen; in auspicious
Prevalent Widely accepted; common; prevailing
Saction Approve; give consent
Valedictory Farewell speech
Revere Greatly respected
Provoke To anger; to stir up or arouse
Lofty At a great height; elevated; noble
Garbled Changed so much that the original meaning has been distorted; scrambled
Cordial Friendly; welcoming; gracious
Disclose Provide information; reveal
Novelty Something new or unusual
Caustic Burning, either with chemicals or with sarcasm
Disparage Say negative things; belittle
Morose Depressed
Euphemism A word or phrase that's used to make an unpleasant idea sound better.
Impostor Pretender
Pompous Filled with self-importance; arrogant; obnoxiously proud.
Alienate To push someone away, or cause him to separate from people
Discourse Exchange of ideas; converstation
Created by: HZhang03