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SAT Week 3-4 Vocab

SAT Week 3-4 Vocabulary

Brusque [adjective] Abrupt or Offhand in Speech and Manner.
Cajole [verb] Persuade Someone To Do Something by Sustained Coaxing or Flattery.
Obtuse [adjective] Annoyingly Insensitive or Slow to Understand.
Pariah [noun] Outcast.
Sycophant [noun] A Person who Acts Obsequiously Towards Someone Important In Order To Gain.
Acquiesce [verb] accept something reluctantly but without protest
Clairvoyant [adjective] a person who claims to have a supernatural ability to perceive events in the future or beyond normal sensory contact.
Disparate [adjective] essentially different in kind; not allowing comparison
Mollify [verb] appease the anger or anxiety of (someone).
Tenacious [adjective] tending to keep a firm hold of something; clinging or adhering closely.
Created by: Jesiler