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Hit Parade SAT Vocab Words

Terms

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indifferent
not caring one way or the other, lacking preference, neutral
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
obscure
unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
ambiguous
have more than one meaning; vague
impartial
unbiased, neutral
objective
without bias (as opposed to subjective)
revere
to worship, to honor
discriminate
to differentiate; to make a clear distinction; to see the difference
denounce
to speak out against; to condemn
innovate
creative, introduce something new
subtle
not obvious; difficult to spot
stagnant
not moving
candid
honest, frank
discern
to distinguish one thing from another
hypocritical
insincere
disdain
contempt; intense dislake
abstract
theoretical; lacking substance
valid
founded by fact or evidence
inevitable
unavoidable; bound to happen
eccentric
odd, unusual
provincial
unsophisticated; narrow-minded
inferred
derived by reasoning; implied as a conclusion
diverse
varied
apprehensive
fearful; worried
vulnerable
capable of being harmed
benevolent
kind; good hearted; generous
pious (piety)
deeply religious
skeptical
doubting; unsure
resignation
acceptance of a situation(secondary meaning)
illuminate
to light up; make clear
resolution
determination (solution to a problem)
servile
overly submissive; cringing; like a servant
refute
to disprove
anarchy
lack of government; chaos
virulent
very harmful (like a virus)
miser
one who saves greedily
articulate
speaking well
discord
disagreement
diligent
hard working
perceptive
have keen understanding; discerning
superficial
on the surface; shallow
contempt
to hold in low regard
lucid (elucidate)
clear, easy to understand
immune
safe from harm; protected
aesthetic
having to do with art or beauty
inclined
tending toward direction
prodigal
extravant; wasteful
uniform
constant; without variety
assess
to estimate the the value of; to measure
censor (noun)
one who deletes objectionable manner, (v) to delete objectionable manner)
complacent
smug; self satisfied; overly confident
eloquence
speaking well
virtue
moral excellence
guile
cunning; deceitfulness
biased
not neutral; prejudiced

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