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P/SAT Lesson 3

Lesson 3 from AP Strategies

audacity excessive boldness, rashness, daring
contrite extremely apologetic, remorsefulcre
credulous believing on slight evidence, gullible
depravity moral corruption, a wicked or perverse act
deprecate to disapprove regretfully, to belittle, to express mild disapproval
didactic instructive, designed to teach
abstruse difficult to understand, concealed
affable friendly, courteous, amiable
dormant inactive, sleeping
enigmatic mysterious, inexplicable, puzzling
erudite scholarly
exotic foreign, unfamiliar
fuse to mix or join together (usually by melting)
immutable unchanging
incorrigible incapable of being reformed or improved
loathe to detest (hate)
mitigate to cause to become less harsh or hostile; to make less severe
nullify to cause not to be in effect, to negate
pacifistic opposed to war or the use of force
pretentious making an extravagent outward show, self-important
prologue to withdraw or to repudiate a statment or belief, revoke
recant to withdraw or to repudiate a statement or belief, revoke
servile overly submissive
trepidation fear, trembling, agitation
vilify to malign, to defame, to utter abusive statements against
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