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Glossary of Gruber's SAT Vocabulary List 2 2

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abscond
to leave secretly; to flee
absolve
to free from responsibility
abstemious
moderate or sparing in eating or dinking
abstinence
self-denial; resisting tempting foods
abstract
(two meanings) a summary (noun); to remove (verb)
abtruse
hard to understand
absurd
ridiculous; unreasonable
abut
to touch; to rest on or against
abysmal
wretched; extremely bad
abyss
a bottomless pit; anything infinite
academic
(two meanings) pertaining to shcool; theoretical or unrealistic
accede
to agree to
accelerate
to speed up; to move faster
accessible
easy to aproach; open
access
approach; admittance
accessory
something additional
acclaim
to greet with approval
acclimate
to adapt; to get used to
acclivity
upward slop
accolade
honor; awar; approval
accommodate
to make fit; to help
accomplice
a partner in crime
accord
agreement
accost
to aproach and speak to
accoutrement
equipment; outfit

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