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SAT Word Skills 1 - Lesson 26

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SAT Word Skills 1
non sequitur
[noun]
a statement or conclusion that does not follow the previous statement or argument
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nonchalance
[noun]
a state of being indifferent or unconcerned, often in a calm and casual manner
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nonchalant
[adjective]
behaving in an unconcerned and calm manner
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noncombatant
[noun]
someone in the military who serves in a role without directly engaging in warfare (e.g. a medic or chaplain)
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noncommittal
[adjective]
unwilling to make a clear decision, express a definite opinion, or commit to any particular course of action
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nondescript
[adjective]
devoid of any qualities that make something or someone stand out or appear special, often appearing plain or ordinary
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nonentity
[noun]
a person who lacks influence or importance in a particular setting or community
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nonpareil
[noun]
unmatched in quality or excellence
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to nonplus
[verb]
to confuse someone to the point of being unable to proceed or respond
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nonplussed
[adjective]
completely confused or unsure about what to think or say
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nonresident
[noun]
an individual not living or settled in a particular area
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to undulate
[verb]
to cause a surface to form small waves or ripples
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undulation
[noun]
(physics) a repeated movement or fluctuation, likened to the rise and fall of waves
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unduly
[adverb]
to a greater extent than is reasonable or necessary
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homogeneity
[noun]
the quality or state of being uniform or consistent
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homologous
[adjective]
reflecting a similarity in arrangement, type, or origin, particularly within the same species
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homonym
[noun]
each of two or more words with the same spelling or pronunciation that vary in meaning and origin
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homophone
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(grammar) one of two or more words with the same pronunciation that differ in meaning, spelling or origin
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