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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 21

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SAT Word Skills 2
conscience
[noun]
an internal guide for behavior based on principles of right and wrong according to an established code of ethics
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conscientious
[adjective]
devoted fully to completing tasks and obligations to the highest standard
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to fluster
[verb]
be flustered; behave in a confused manner
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flustered
[adjective]
feeling confused, bothered, or overwhelmed, resulting in a loss of calmness or clear thinking
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magnanimous
[adjective]
demonstrating a broad-minded and selfless approach, often showing a willingness to help or support others without expecting anything in return
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magnate
[noun]
a wealthy, influential, and successful businessperson
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magnet
[noun]
an object that produces an invisible field capable of attracting certain metals without physical contact
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to magnetize
[verb]
to make an object capable of attracting certain metals
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magnificence
[noun]
the quality of causing a sense of awe and admiration through spectacular attention to detail
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magniloquent
[adjective]
talking or writing in a way that tries too hard to sound important, but doesn't sound real
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magnitude
[noun]
the measurable size of phenomena such as distance, mass, speed, luminosity, etc. based on quantitative scale
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to stupefy
[verb]
to render someone senseless, dizzy, or confused through force, blow, or trauma
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stupefying
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confusing one so much that one doesn't know what to think due to confusion or shock
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to excoriate
[verb]
to severely condemn through a harsh verbal criticism or attack
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excoriation
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the action or process of severely criticizing someone or something harshly through verbal attack
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irreverent
[adjective]
not showing proper respect for things that are usually treated seriously
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irreversible
[adjective]
unable to be undone, changed, or corrected once something has occurred
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irrevocable
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(of legal actions) unable to be cancelled or taken back through proper procedures
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to prostrate
[verb]
to completely overwhelm or weaken someone physically, mentally or emotionally, making them unable to function normally
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prostration
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the physical posture of lying flat with the face to the ground, as in submission to a religious or political authority
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