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P/SAT Lesson 9

Lesson 9 by AP Strategies Vocab

ambiguous having more than one meaning; unclear, uncertain
amiable friendly, sociable, and congenial; civil and urbane
crass coarse, crude, and unrefined
discursive rambling, moving from one topic to another randomly
docile easily managed, obedient, passive
estrange to alientate, to separate
exonerate to free from blame, obligation, or responsibility
gratuitous given freely, unwarranted
hypothesize to reach a conclusion based on an assumption or something not proven
indignation anger as a result of something unjust
induce to bring on or to bring about
intractable stubborn, difficult to manage
introspective the quality of examining one's own mind or thoughts
lucid easily understood, mentally sound
meticulous taking great care
misanthrope a hater of mankind
munificent very generous
plagiarize to steal and to use another's writings as one's own
profuse extravagantly abundant, flowing freely
recluse a person who lives in solitude, a hermit
sated satisfied fully, indulged to excess
stupefy to dull the senses as to put into a stupor
terse concise
transient quickly passing, floating
virtuoso one skilled in the fine arts as an accomplished musician, a savant
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