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Words I will know 03

SAT-level vocabulary

retrodict (v) to utilize present information or ideas to infer or explain the past or state affairs
arbitration process for resolution of disputes between people or groups
relented yield; give in, as to influence of pressureventilated
stifle make (someone) unable to breathe properly; suffocate
solidarity mutual agreement and support
unctuous overly polite
ire (n) intense anger
mogul an important or powerful person, esp. in the motion picture or media industry
imbecile idiot
titter give a short, half
recommencing cause to start anew
stifled unable to breath properly; restrain (a reaction) or stop oneself acting on (an emotion)
exemplary serving as a desirable model
besotted strongly infatuated
virile having strength and energy
unrequited unanswered; not returned in kind
prosaic not fanciful or imaginative; commonplace; not challenging
deprecate express strong disapproval of; deplore
sacrilege violation of anything sacred
ineffable indefinable
viscous gluey
remonstrate to protest
penitent feeling of regret for sinning
galvanise to shock with an electric current
regalia symbols of royalty
convalescence gradual recovery
conjugal relating to marriage
truncate to shorten by cutting off
immolate to kill as a sacrifice
discrepancy a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions
precinct a district of a city or town as defined for police purposes.
incisive expressed clearly and directly
veracious unwilling to tell lies
maimed disfigured; mutilated
libel defamation, calumny, vilification, slander, false and malicious statements
staunch loyal, faithful; reduce, decrease, stop
enact pass; ratify; endorse
rampant out of control; widespread, wild
melee fight, clash, conflict
endorsed authorized, certified, allowed
impasse deadlock
chastise censure severely
wistful sadly pensive longing
admonish advise earnestly
conjugal of or relating to marriage or relationship between couple
irrefutable an undeniable argument; unable to be disproved
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