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SAT Word Skills 1 - Lesson 30

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SAT Word Skills 1
to cohere
[verb]
to come together and form a unified whole
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cohesive
[adjective]
creating unity or consistency
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to forge
[verb]
to make something from a piece of metal object by heating it until it becomes soft and then beating it with a hammer
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forgery
[noun]
the criminal act of making a copy of a document, money, etc. to do something illegal
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intension
[noun]
the specific criteria or understanding required to identify what a term refers to
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intention
[noun]
something that one is aiming, wanting, or planning to do
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mutable
[adjective]
able to change or be transformed in form, quality, or nature
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mutation
[noun]
(biology) a change in the structure of the genes of an individual that causes them to develop different physical features
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to mutilate
[verb]
to cause severe damage or harm
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mutinous
[adjective]
displaying or inciting a refusal to obey authority or command
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mutiny
[noun]
a bold uprising by a group, often soldiers or sailors, against their leaders
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verification
[noun]
the act of proving the truth or accuracy of something, typically by checking or examining evidence or documentation
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to verify
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to examine the truth or accuracy of something
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reconnaissance
[noun]
a survey or exploration, often done to gather information about an area or enemy
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to reconnoiter
[verb]
to make a military observation or examination of an area to gather information, often in preparation for a future action
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recondite
[adjective]
difficult to understand or obscure to most people due to its complexity
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fungous
[adjective]
relating to or characteristic of fungi
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fungus
[noun]
a plant-like organism that often grows on organic matter and has no flowers or leaves, such as moulds and mushrooms
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loquacious
[adjective]
relating to someone who likes to talk much more than necessary
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loquacity
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the tendency to talk a lot, often more than necessary
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