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SAT Vocaby5

substantial ample, solid
substantiate establish by evidence, verify, support
subtlety perceptiveness, ingenuity, delicacy
succinct brief, terse, compact
supercilious arrogant, condescending
superficial trivial, shallow
superfluous excessive, overabundant, unnecessary
supplant replace, usurp
suppress crush, subdue, inhibit
surmount overcome
static unchanging, lacking development
steadfast ADJ. loyal; unswerving
stoic ADJ. impassive; unmoved by joy or grief.
strident ADJ. loud and harsh; insistent
strut N. pompous walk; swagger.
stupefy V. make numb; stun; amaze.
subdued ADJ. less intense; quieter.
submissive ADJ. yielding; timid.
subordinate ADJ. occupying a lower rank; inferior; submissive
subside V. settle down; descend; grow quiet.
sparse ADJ. not thick; thinly scattered; scanty.
spendthrift N. someone who wastes money.
spontaneity N. lack of premeditation; naturalness; freedom from constraint.
sporadic ADJ. occurring irregularly.
spurious ADJ. false; counterfeit
spurn V. reject; scorn
squalor N. filth; degradation; dirty,
squander V. waste.
stagnant ADJ. motionless; stale; dull
skeptical ADJ. doubting; suspending judgment until one has examined the evidence supporting a point of view.
slacken V. slow up; loosen.
slander N. defamation; utterance of false and malicious statements.
slothful ADJ. lazy.
sluggish ADJ. slow; lazy; lethargic
solemnity N. seriousness; gravity
solicit V. request earnestly; seek.
solitude N. state of being alone; seclusion.
soluble ADJ. able to be dissolved; able to be explained.
somber ADJ. gloomy; depressing; dark; drab.
Created by: yujin623
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