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SAT Word Skills 1 - Lesson 47

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SAT Word Skills 1
hierarchy
[noun]
the grouping of people into different levels or ranks according to their power or importance within a society or system
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hieroglyphic
[noun]
a system of writing using symbols or pictures, originally used by the ancient Egyptians
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adversary
[noun]
a person that one is opposed to and fights or competes with
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adverse
[adjective]
against someone or something's advantage
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adversity
[noun]
a situation marked by hardship or misfortune
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gestation
[noun]
the period during which a woman is pregnant, from conception to birth
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to germinate
[verb]
to start to grow, producing buds or branches
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to relinquish
[verb]
to voluntarily give up or surrender control, possession, or responsibility over something
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reliquary
[noun]
a box or case for holding and displaying sacred objects
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to relish
[verb]
to enjoy or take pleasure in something greatly
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relic
[noun]
an object or part of an object surviving from the past, typically with historical or emotional value, often linked to a person, event, or era
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erudite
[adjective]
displaying or possessing extensive knowledge that is acquired by studying and reading
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erudition
[noun]
deep, extensive learning or knowledge
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lackadaisical
[adjective]
lazy and dreamy, without much energy or interest
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lackluster
[adjective]
(of hair or eyes) without shine, sheen, or brightness
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to perceive
[verb]
to realize through the five senses
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perceptive
[adjective]
(of a person) able to quickly and accurately understand or notice things due to keen awareness and insight
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to incarcerate
[verb]
to confine someone in prison or a similar facility due to legal reasons or as a form of punishment
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incarceration
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the act of putting or keeping someone in captivity
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incarnate
[adjective]
existing in a physical form, especially in reference to a quality or concept
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