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Jeniffer stack

SAT words 51-101

Consumate extremely skillful, complete, perfect
Categorical unconditional, absolute, without exception
Malaise A sense of lethargy and unease, a feeling of being run down, a feeling of being depressed
Awry off course, not right
platitude a trite, overused saying, a cliche usually offered as advice ow wisdom
Destitute extremely poor, impoverished, lacking in what is required for basic sustenance
Extrovert an outgoing, gregarious person
Ephemeral short lived, fleeting
Callow immature, unsophisticated due to youthfulness, inexperienced
Malleable easy to shape or mold
Legacy refers to something inherited or passed down
Discriminate to make a distinction
Monolithic expresses both the idea of massiveness and the idea of being all of one piece
abject hopeless, wretched, miserable
Vitriolic caustic, full of bitterness, extremely nasty
Beset to be besieged, surrounded on all sides, attacked by
renounce to give it up, to deny or forsake it
Matriculate to enroll, especially in a college or university
Convivial festive, friendly, good natured, jovial
Venerate honor, to deeply respect, to treat with reverence, as though sacred
Contiguous adjoining, touching
Arbitrary unfair, determined by impulse or individual will, having no particular rhyme or reason
Pristine pure, unspoiled, uncorrupted, immaculately clean
Succinct concise, short, and to the point, brief
Farcical absurd, ridiculous, having the characteristics of a farce
Nepotism practice of showing favoritism to relatives or close friends in business or politics
Cogent persuasive, convincing, pertinent
Rustic rural, countrified, lacking the comforts or the sophistication of a city
Doctrinaire to be dogmatic, to espouse a theory, doctrine, or belief system whether or not it is practical, to be inflexible
vitiate pollute, to spoil, to impair, corrupt, or pervert
Uniform consistent, standard, without variation
Coherent to be understandable, to make sense
Transgress to violate law, to offend, to sin
Stagnation refers to lack of movement that also implies staleness, a lack of progress or growth
Onerous burdensome, oppressive, distasteful
Convert secret, hidden, concealed, disguised
Adulation excessive praise, adoration, hero worship
Discern to distinguish, to differentiate from something else, to perceive
Genteel refined, polite, aristocratic, well bred, cultivated
Demagogue a rabble-rouser, a leader who tries to stir up others by playing on their emotions, rather than appealing to their reason, someone who uses people's prejudices and fears to move them to action
Comprehensive to be complete, to be inclusive, to cover a large scope, to leave nothing out
Integral essential, in the sense of being inseparable from
Obtuse to be dense, slow to catch on unobservant, not tuned in
Decimate to destroy most of, to annihilate
Lethargy sluggishness, laziness, drowsiness, indifference
Provincial simple and unsophisticated
Relinquish to release, to let go of, to surrender, to stop doing
Noxious poisonous or very harmful
Desiccate to dry out, to remove the moisture from
Peccadillo a minor offense, a meaningless fault, a pretty violation
Created by: jeniffer
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