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SAT Word Skills 1 - Lesson 3

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SAT Word Skills 1
reckless
[adjective]
not caring about the possible results of one's actions that could be dangerous
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dramatist
[noun]
someone who writes plays for the TV, radio, or theater
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to dramatize
[verb]
to overstate or exaggerate the significance of something, often for emphasis or effect
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incendiary
[adjective]
made with the intention of causing fire
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to incense
[verb]
to provoke extreme anger in a person
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incentive
[noun]
something that is used as an encouraging and motivating factor
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verbatim
[adverb]
exactly as spoken or written originally without any changes or additions
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verbiage
[noun]
the unnecessary use of terms and words to express something and causing complexion
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verbose
[adjective]
using or having an excessive number of words
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verbosity
[noun]
the quality of containing unnecessary and excessive words or terms in speech or writing
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abbess
[noun]
the female head of an abbey, convent, or other religious houses of nuns
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abbey
[noun]
a church with buildings connected to it in which a group of monks or nuns live or used to live
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abbot
[noun]
the male spiritual leader and administrator of an abbey, monastery, or group of monasteries
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palpable
[adjective]
capable of being felt and perceived by the sense of touch
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to palpitate
[verb]
(of heart) to pound irregularly and rapidly
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palsy
[noun]
a condition of the muscles, in which a person experiences tremors all over their body or in specific body parts
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cadence
[noun]
a series of musical notes, written as the ending of a musical piece
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cadenza
[noun]
a solo section at the end of a musical piece for the performer to show their skill and creativity
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abasement
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the act of treating someone in a demeaning way
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