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List 1

11 AP Language and Composition list 1

Superfluous Being more than is sufficient or required.
Bilateral Two sides.
Unilateral One side only.
Circumspect Watchful and discreet.
Commensurate Corresponding in amount, magnitude, or degree.
Malevolence The quantity, state or feeling of being ill will or hatred.
Neophyte A beginner.
Misanthropist A hater of humankind.
Bellicose Inclined or eager to fight.
Anthropomorphic Ascribing human form or attributes to a being or anything not human.
Captious Apt to notice and make much of trivial faults or defects.
Neologism A new word.
Malediction A curse
Incredulous Disinclined or indisposed to believe.
Omniscient Having complete or unlimited knowledge.
Monomania A psychosis characterized by thoughts confined to one idea.
Sepcious Apparently good though lacking real merit.
Excoriate To denounce or berate severely.
Prototype The original model on which something is based.
Xenophobia Fear of foreigners.
Benediction An utterance of good wishes.
Amorphous Lacking definite form.
Preponderance The fact or quality of being superior.
Magnanimous Generous in forgiving an insult or injury.
Equivocate Speaking on both side
Created by: 19fateleys