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        SAT Vocabulary Words #2

fanatic: one who is very devoted to a cause or an idea
lethargic: tired; languid; weak
acclaim: praise; applause; admiration
deride (derision): to ridicule; to make fun of
engender: to create; to produce
augment: to add; to increase; to make bigger
reprehensible: shameful; bad
mitigate: to make milder; to make less severe
incoherent: impossible to understand; chaotic
relevant: pertinent; important to know
brevity: briefness
authentic: real; genuine
astute: perceptive; clever
languid: slow; tired; drooping; weak
philanthropy: a desire to help mankind
prosaic: uninspired; dull; banal
fastidious: not easy to please; overly critical
expedient: useful for effecting a desired result
profuse: flowing freely; generous; excessive
hypothetical: theoretical; for the sake of argument
vilify: to speak of someone as a villain
nullify: to negate; to make unimportant
exemplify: to serve as an example of
contrite: apologetic: remorseful
rejuvenate: to make young again







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