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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 4

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SAT Word Skills 2
lactation
[noun]
the action of feeding babies from the breast
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lactic
[adjective]
relating to or derived from milk
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momentary
[adjective]
lasting for only a short period of time
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momentous
[adjective]
highly significant or impactful
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momentum
[noun]
the force or energy that propels a process, idea, or endeavor, enabling it to continue moving, progressing, or gaining strength
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omnipotent
[adjective]
possessing ultimate power or authority
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omnipresent
[adjective]
present or existing everywhere
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omniscient
[adjective]
having unlimited knowledge about everything
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omnivorous
[adjective]
eating both animals and plants
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Unitarian
[noun]
a person who believes that God is a singular divine being rather than a Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
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univocal
[adjective]
having only a single unmistakable meaning or interpretation
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unilateral
[adjective]
(of an action) taken by only one side or group involved in a situation
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antiquary
[noun]
a person who collects, studies, and preserves old and rare books, and other historical objects
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to antiquate
[verb]
to give an old look to something
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antique
[adjective]
(of an object or artwork) old, significant, and valuable due to something's age, rarity, or craftsmanship
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to dissemble
[verb]
to conceal one's true emotions, beliefs, or intentions
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to disseminate
[verb]
to spread information, ideas, or knowledge to a wide audience
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dissemination
[noun]
the action of spreading information or news
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