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SAT Word Skills 1 - Lesson 37

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SAT Word Skills 1
euphemism
[noun]
a word or expression that is used instead of a harsh or insulting one in order to be more tactful and polite
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euphonious
[adjective]
pleasing to the ear
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euphony
[noun]
a harmonious combination of sounds that is pleasing to the ear
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euphoria
[noun]
a feeling of intense happiness, excitement, or pleasure
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euphoric
[adjective]
feeling intense excitement and happiness
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unanimity
[noun]
a situation in which all those involved are in complete agreement on something
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unanimous
[adjective]
(of a group) fully in agreement on something
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arrogant
[adjective]
having a proud, unpleasant attitude toward others and showing an exaggerated sense of self-importance
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to arrogate
[verb]
to claim a right, title, or authority to something, often without proper justification
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voluble
[adjective]
speaking easily, fluently, and at length
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voluminous
[adjective]
having great volume or bulk
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voluptuous
[adjective]
(of a woman's body) curvy and attractive with full breasts and wide hips
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deceit
[noun]
the act or practice of misleading or lying to others
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deceitful
[adjective]
displaying behavior that hides true intentions or feelings to mislead or trick
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to deceive
[verb]
to make a person believe something untrue
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to manifest
[verb]
to clearly dispaly something
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to manifold
[verb]
to produce several copies or duplicates of something
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dead heat
[noun]
a race in which two or more competitors finish at the exact same time
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deadlock
[noun]
a situation in which the parties involved do not compromise and therefore are unable to reach an agreement
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