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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 3

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SAT Word Skills 2
declamation
[noun]
a strong statement or a piece of writing that expresses certain feelings and opinions
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declamatory
[adjective]
expressing one's feelings in a dramatic and forceful way
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declarative
[adjective]
resembling or relating to an announcement or fact
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declension
[noun]
(in the grammar of some languages) a group of nouns, pronouns, or adjectives changing in the same way to indicate case, number, and gender
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unspeakable
[adjective]
impossible to be described or expressed in words
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unsophisticated
[adjective]
lacking practical knowledge and experience and tending to believe everything
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to unsettle
[verb]
to cause someone to feel worried or anxious, usually because of a change
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unscrupulous
[adjective]
having no moral principles and willing to do anything to achieve one's goals
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unscathed
[adjective]
remained free from harm, injury, or damage despite challenging or dangerous circumstances
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to instigate
[verb]
to deliberately provoke, encourage, or initiate actions that lead to conflict, hostility, or harmful consequences
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instigator
[noun]
someone who initiates a particular thing
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to attribute
[verb]
to think or say that something is caused by a certain thing
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attrition
[noun]
the gradual reduction or decrease in size, quantity, strength, or effectiveness of something over time
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profane
[adjective]
showing lack of respect for holy things or God, especially by using offensive or obscene language
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profanity
[noun]
socially unacceptable language or behavior, typically involving the use of insulting or offensive terms
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to oversee
[verb]
to observe someone or an activity in order to ensure that everything is done properly
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overseer
[noun]
a person who is in charge of a group of employees to make sure they work properly
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irrational
[adjective]
not based on reason, logic, or evidence
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irreducible
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incapable of being simplified any more than it already is
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