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SAT Word Skills 1 - Lesson 12

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SAT Word Skills 1
ultimate
[adjective]
having the highest or greatest degree, intensity, or extent
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ultimatum
[noun]
a final and serious demand made by one person to another, which includes consequences if the demand is not met
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to corrode
[verb]
to slowly damage and ruin something by exposing it to air, water, or acids
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corrosion
[noun]
the gradual destruction of materials by chemical reaction, usually of metals
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corrosive
[adjective]
having the ability to cause damage or destruction, especially through chemical reactions
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illusion
[noun]
something that a lot of people consider to be true but is not
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illusive
[adjective]
appearing real or possible but is actually misleading or false
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illusory
[adjective]
appearing real or true but actually being based on illusion or deception
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illustrious
[adjective]
highly distinguished, admired, or well-known due to exceptional and outstanding characteristics or features
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mentality
[noun]
the abilities of the mind such as thinking, learning, and problem-solving
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mentor
[noun]
a reliable and experienced person who helps those with less experience
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to parlay
[verb]
to combine multiple individual bets into one larger bet, with the potential for a higher payout if all of the individual bets are successful
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to parley
[verb]
to discuss the terms of an agreement with an opposing side, usually an enemy
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to acquaint
[verb]
to make someone familiar with a person or thing by introducing or providing information about them
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to acquiesce
[verb]
to reluctantly accept something without protest
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to acquire
[verb]
to buy or begin to have something
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acquisitive
[adjective]
having a strong desire or tendency to obtain, collect, or possess things, often material possessions
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to acquit
[verb]
to officially decide and declare in a law court that someone is not guilty of a crime
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stigma
[noun]
a mark that represents shame or infamy
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to stigmatize
[verb]
to create marks or scars on the body, often intentionally, as a religious or spiritual practice
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