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Glossary of Gruber's SAT vocabulary group 7 alleviate - amoral

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alleviate
to lessen; to relieve
allocate
to set aside for a specific purpose
allude
to hint at; to refer to indirectly
alluring
tempting; fascinating; charming
alluvial
pertaining to a deposit of sand formed by flowing water
aloft
up in the air; high
aloof
reserved; cool; indifferent
alter
to change
altercation
an argument; a disagreement
altruism
unselfishness; concern for others
amalgamate
to combine; to unite; to blend
amass
to accumulate; to collect
amazon
a big, strong, masculine woman
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
ambient
surround; on all sides
ambience: atmosphere
ambiguous
unclear; open to more than one interpretation
ambivalence
conflicting feelings toward someone or something
ambrosial
pleasing to the taste or smell
ambulatory
moving about; capable of walking
ambuscade
hidden or secret attack
ameliorate
to improve; to make better
amenable
agreeable; responsive
amend
to change; to alter
amenities
courtesies; social graces; pleasantries
amiable
friendly; pleasant
amicable
friendly; agreeable
amiss
wrong; faulty; improper
amity
friendship
amnesty
official pardon for an offense
amoral
lacking a sense of right and wrong

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