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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 2

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SAT Word Skills 2
faun
[noun]
a legendary forest god or spirit that is part human and part goat
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fauna
[noun]
the animals of a particular geological period or region
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lethargic
[adjective]
having no energy or interest in doing anything
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lethargy
[noun]
a state of unusual sleepiness or absence of alertness
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unconscionable
[adjective]
excessively unreasonable or unfair and therefore unacceptable
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subconscious
[noun]
the part of the mind that is not currently in focused awareness, but still influences thoughts, feelings, and behavior, often through automatic or involuntary processes
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peerage
[noun]
the members of a country's nobility as a class
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peerless
[adjective]
incapable of being compared to others of its kind because its far better than any other
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antagonism
[noun]
(biochemistry) interaction between two or more substances where one of them stops or reduces the effect of others
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antagonistic
[adjective]
showing that one actively dislikes or disagrees with something or someone
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fallacious
[adjective]
intended to make someone believe something that is not correct or true
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fallacy
[noun]
a false idea or belief based on invalid arguments, often one that many people think is true
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fallible
[adjective]
likely to be wrong or mistaken
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syllabic
[adjective]
relating to or based on a part of a word that consists of a vowel with or without a consonant
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syllabication
[noun]
the act of dividing words into syllables
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decasyllable
[noun]
a line or verse that is made of ten syllables
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disyllable
[noun]
a word that is made of two syllables
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debility
[noun]
physical weakness that is caused by a disease or aging
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to debilitate
[verb]
to make someone or something weaker or less effective
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debilitative
[adjective]
causing a decrease in physical or mental strength
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