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SAT vocabularies

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Demagogue
a person, esp. an orator or political leader, who gains power and popularity by arousing the emotions, passions, and prejudices of the people.
Replete
full;complete; sated;filled
Fetish
kinky obsession
Apocryphal
of dubious authenticity;fictitious;spurious
Reticent
resurved,quiet,taciturm, modes
Burgeon
multiply;flourish;expand and spread out
Bacchanal
a drunken or riotous celebration
Orthopedic
branch of medicine handing w/skeletal system & associated muscles,joints, and ligaments
Placate
mollify;calm;soothe;pacify;calm down;appease;conciliate
Transcend
rise above(figuratively);exceed;surpass;go beyond
Maudlin
silly and overly sentimental
Emulate
to strive to equal or excel, usually through imitation
Unconscionable
not controlled by conscience;unscrupulous
Bureaucrat
official,pen-pusher,civil servant; one who works in a large organization
Epidemiology
branch of dealing w/causes & distribution of disease in populations
Infrastructure
road,rail,communications networks,building & public works that = physical foundations of society
Dirge
funeral march or song;sad song
Queue
line;to get in line
Proselytize
to convert (someone) from one religion or doctrine to another;to recruit converts to a religion or doctrine
Specter
ghost ,apparition,phantom
Fiduciary
of/related to holding something in trust for another
Revulsion
disgust;loating;dislike;nausea
Vested
(in law) settled,fixed,or absolute;being without
Conglomerate
multinational;corporation that includes many smaller companies
Corpulent
fat, obese,fleshy,chubby,rotund
Demographic
of or related to statistics characterizing human populations,esp.consumers

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