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P/SAT Lesson 6

Lesson 6 by AP Strategies Vocab

antiquated obsolete, out of fashion, no longer usable
arable fit for plowing, tillable
ascendancy domination; growing power
atrophy to waste away, to wither
clandestine secret
conciliate to reconcile, to pacify, to renew a friendship
cursory superficial, casual, hastily done
derision scoffing at, mockery, ridicule
enmity absolute hatred
extricate to free, to disentangle
forbearance patience, lenience
frivolous lacking in seriousness or importance
garrulous talkative, rambling
impetuous violent, hasty, rash, impulsive
industrious skillyfully busy or occupied
infamous having a reputation of the worst kind, vicious, notoriously bad
insolence insulting or contemptuous behavior
levity excessive frivolity, flippancy
oblivion state of being forgotten
paradoxical something that appears false or contradictory but is actually correct
perjury false testimony under oath
rancor bitter deep-seated ill will, enmity
sycophant a self-serving flatterer, a brownnoser
vacillating changing, fluctuating
vivid bright, distinct and clear
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