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SAT Bastion-cliche

bastion noun a stronghold fortress or fortified place
boble noun a showy but worthless or useless thing
bedew verb to make wet as if with drops of dew
belittle verb to make to seem little or to put someone down
billow verb to surge swell or rise like a wave
blather verb to talk on and on foolishly
blithe adjective without a care or cheerful
brevity noun briefness
bucolic adjective carmingly rural rustic and country like
burgeon verb to expand or flourish
cacophony noun a harsh sounding mixture of words voices or sounds
callow adjective immature inexperienced or unsophisticated
capitulate verb to surrender or give up
catalyst noun in chemistry something that changes the rate of a chemical reaction without itself being changed; anyone or anything that makes something happen without being durectly involved
catharsis noun some kind of release that brings emotional relief or renewal
caustic adjective; like acid or corrosive
cerebral adjective; brainy, intellectually refined
chloeric adjective; hot tempered, quick to anger
circumscribe verb; to draw a line around to set the limits
cliche noun; an over use saying or idea
Created by: nancyrussell