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ELA 8 SAT Vocab 4

TermDefinition
distort pull or twist out of shape; give a misleading account of
fabricate invent, typically with deceitful intent; construct or manufacture (an industrial product)
discriminate recognize a distinction
indiscriminate done or acting a random or without careful judgment
speculate form a theory or conjecture without firm evidence; surmise
complacent smugly pleased and self-satisfied, especially uncritically or unwarrantedly
superfluous unnecessary, especially through being more than enough
ambivalent having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone
belie fail to give a true idea of; show to be untrue or unjustified
contend struggle to deal with a difficulty; fight or argue; compete assert
contentious causing or likely to cause disagreement or controversy
eradicate remove or destroy completely; get rid of
Created by: tonyawheeler