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SAT Word Skills 1 - Lesson 27

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SAT Word Skills 1
to deride
[verb]
to insult or make fun of someone as if they are stupid or worthless
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derision
[noun]
laughing at someone or something in a mean way
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arbiter
[noun]
a person selected to judge and resolve a specific argument or conflict
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arbitrary
[adjective]
not based on reason but on chance or personal impulse, which is often unfair
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to arbitrate
[verb]
to officially resolve a disagreement between people
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arbitrator
[noun]
someone who is appointed to resolve a disagreement
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gastric
[adjective]
relating to or affecting the stomach
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gastritis
[noun]
a medical condition where the stomach's inner lining becomes inflamed, often resulting in symptoms like stomach discomfort, nausea, and a reduced appetite
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gastronomy
[noun]
the art, science, or activity of exploring how to prepare and eat good food
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medial
[adjective]
located or relating to the middle or center
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to mediate
[verb]
to help end a dispute between people by trying to find something on which everyone agrees
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medieval
[adjective]
belonging or related to the Middle Ages, which was the period between the 5th and 15th centuries
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mediocre
[adjective]
average in quality and not meeting the standards of excellence
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meditation
[noun]
the act or practice of concentrating on the mind and releasing negative energy or thoughts for religious reasons or for calming one's mind
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provident
[adjective]
planning and preparing for the future, particularly by managing one's finances
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providential
[adjective]
related to, or showing signs of divine guidance or care
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provincial
[adjective]
associated with a region within a country that has its own local government
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provisional
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temporarily set or accepted until a final decision is made
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proviso
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a condition that needs accepting before making an agreement
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