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Marino Mission CHP15

SAT vocab from chapter fifteen

replete fully or abundantly provided or filled
craftiness skillfulness, cleverness
wily full of wiles (a trick or a stratagem intended to ensnare or deceive); crafty
unfounded lacking a sound basis; groundless, unsupported
subsequently following in time, order, or place
unprecedented having no precedent (previous example); novel
scapegoat one who bears the blame for others
entreat to plead with, especially in order to persuade
pretext a purpose or motive alleged or an appearance assumed in order to cloak the real intention or state of affairs
buttress something that supports or strengthens
trump a card of a suit any of whose cards will win over a card that is not of this suit
gauge estimate, judge
deplorable deserving censure or contempt
impious not pious, lacking in reverence or proper respect (as for God or one's parents)
salvation deliverance from danger or difficulty
ensue to take place afterward or as a result
implication the act of implying, the state of being implied (indicate by inference, association, or necessary consequence rather than by direct statement)
callow lacking adult maturity or experience
wields to exert one's authority
maelstrom a powerful, often violent whirlpool sucking in objects within a given radius
levy to impose or collect by legal authority
eternal having infinite duration; everlasting
verity the quality or state of being true or real, especially a fundamental and inevitable true value
ponder to think or consider, especially quietly, soberly, and deeply
repercussion a qidespread, indirect or unforeseen effect of an act, action, or event
pensive musingly or dreamily thoughtful
synchronous happening, existing, or arising at precisely the same time
concomitant occurring or existing at the same time
manifestation the act, process, or instance of manifesting (readily perceived by the senses, especially by sight)
frolicsome full of gaiety; playful
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