SAT Vocabulary Study 4

  1. aesthetic
    relating or pertaining to a sense of beauty or art
  2. credulous
    believing on slight evident, gullible
  3. euphemism
    substitution of an inoffensive term for one that is offensive
  4. exacerbate
    to aggravate, to irritate, to vex
  5. extol
    to praise, to glorify
  6. gregarious
    sociable and outgoing
  7. incorrigible
    incapable of being reformed or improved
  8. inextricable
    not able to be disentangled
  9. melancholy
    depressing of spirits
  10. petulance
    unreasonable touchiness or irritability
  11. pompous
    exaggerated show of self-important; ostentatious
  12. precocious
    exceptionally early in development or occurrence
  13. prologue
    introductory remarks in a speech, play or literary work, introductory action
  14. rancor
    bitter deep-seated ill will, enmity
  15. repudiate
    to reject, to disown, to disavow
  16. symmetry
    balanced proportions
  17. trepidation
    fear, trembling, agitation
  18. trivia
    insignificant matters
  19. virulent
    extremely poisonous; hateful
  20. volatile
    quickly changeable, easily vaporized
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SAT Vocabulary Study 4