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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 26

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SAT Word Skills 2
equable
[adjective]
maintaining an even emotional state without becoming too heated or agitated
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to equalize
[verb]
to make evenly balanced, especially by adjusting uneven weights, volumes, distributions, or amounts
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equanimity
[noun]
the ability to maintain one's emotional balance and composure regardless of external circumstances
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equilibrium
[noun]
an evenness, fairness, or proportional sharing among multiple parts
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equipoise
[noun]
a state of balance or equal distribution of opposing factors
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equitable
[adjective]
fair and impartial in a way that conforms to principles of justice, ethics or legislation
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equity
[noun]
the money one owns in a property after paying back any money one borrowed to buy it
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equivalent
[adjective]
having the same meaning, quality, value, etc. as a different person or thing
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to refer
[verb]
to send someone to a doctor, specialist, etc. for help, advice, or a decision
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referable
[adjective]
capable of being reasonably attributed, or traced to another through reference or connection
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ire
[noun]
an intense emotional state of anger felt toward someone or something that severely offended, irritated, or provoked the person
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irate
[adjective]
reactively angry, almost to the point of temporarily losing self-control due to feelings of intense rage or fury
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irascible
[adjective]
known for expressing anger readily in interactions with others
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blithe
[adjective]
acting in a careless way without much thought about consequences
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blithesome
[adjective]
marked by unrestrained joy, excitement, or cheerfulness
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hackneyed
[adjective]
(of phrases, words, ideas, etc.) used so much that it has lost its effect, interest, or originality
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notoriety
[noun]
the state of having a widespread negative reputation due to a bad or disapproving behavior or characteristic
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notorious
[adjective]
widely known for something negative or unfavorable
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