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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 11

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SAT Word Skills 2
incomparable
[adjective]
not capable of being matched in quality, value, or degree with something else
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incompatible
[adjective]
(of two or more things) not able to exist or work together harmoniously due to fundamental differences or contradictions
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incompetent
[adjective]
not suitable or effective in satisfying the needs of a particular intended function or objective
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incomplete
[adjective]
not having all the necessary parts
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incomprehensible
[adjective]
highly challenging for someone to understand, such as a concept, language, or situation
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incompressible
[adjective]
(of a substance) maintaining its volume or density even under external forces
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acrid
[adjective]
having an unpleasant and sharp smell or taste, especially causing a burning sensation
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acrimonious
[adjective]
including a lot of anger, harsh arguments and negative emotions
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acrimony
[noun]
words or feelings that are filled with anger or bitterness
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indubitable
[adjective]
beyond doubt or questioning, often due to its obviousness or undeniable nature
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to induce
[verb]
to influence someone to do something particular
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to induct
[verb]
to formally put someone in a position or job, especially with an official ceremony
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inductee
[noun]
a person who is formally accepted into a particular group, society, or organization
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peril
[noun]
the state of being threatened by or exposed to a significant negative occurrence
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perilous
[adjective]
full of danger or risk, often threatening safety or well-being
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perilousness
[noun]
the quality or state of being risky or dangerous
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to malign
[verb]
to say bad and untrue things about someone, typically to damage their reputation
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malignant
[adjective]
(of a tumor or disease) uncontrollable and likely to be fatal
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to malinger
[verb]
to fake illness in order to skip working or doing one's duties
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malingerer
[noun]
an individual who feigns incompetence or illness just so they would not have to do something
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