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You are learning 300 High Frequency SAT Words
Unit number:6; Learning type:Definition
(50 words found, displaying all)
A record or statement of receipts and expenditures, or of business transactions.
A studied or ostentatious pretense or attempt.
Burning with passion.
pride; haughtiness; ADJ. arrogant: unpleasantly self-important (with a strong confidence in one's own importance and a lack of respect for other people)
Of undisputed origin.
quick or eager to argue or fight; hostile; aggressive; quarrelsome
a person or organization that gives help, especially financial aid
self-satisfied; feeling too much satisfaction with oneself or one's accomplishments
1. damaged or put in doubt (esp. of reputation); 2. reached an agreement by giving up part of a claim
easily noticeable; obvious
to turn aside, or stray, especially from the main topic in speaking or writing
aimless follower of an art or a field of knowledge (not taking it seriously); amateur; dabbler; CF. delight
different, deviating, contrary
To destroy thoroughly.
proper; not casual; according to custom or tradition
A proposition taken for granted as a premise from which to reach a conclusion.
tending to act on sudden urges; not in the habit of planning ahead
out of place; having parts that are not in harmony or that are inconsistent
Having such anger and scorn as is aroused by meanness or wickedness.
considered proper; in accordance with accepted laws, rules, and standards
laughable; ridiculous; trifling
not taking sides in a quarrel
Not copied nor produced by imitation.
advanced, developing ahead of time
That which may be logically assumed to be true until disproved.
extreme; favoring extreme changes, especially in politics and government
To treat with sarcasm or derisive wit.
rare; hard to get; not enough to meet demand
Power to perceive or feel.
The entertainment of doubt concerning something.
Arising from inherent qualities or tendencies without external efficient cause.
hardly noticeable; not obvious
abrupt, short, brief
to rise above or go beyond the limits of; exceed
transient; impermanent; fleeting;
to weaken; to gradually weaken or damage
being the first instance of something; never having occurred before; unheard-of
well-supported; firmly based on facts or logic; logical; based on good reasons
open to damage or attack; susceptible
cautious; on one's guard