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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 29

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SAT Word Skills 2
to disregard
[verb]
to intentionally ignore or act without concern for something or someone that deserves consideration
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to disqualify
[verb]
to make someone or something not fit or suitable for a particular position or activity
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to disquiet
[verb]
to cause someone to feel mentally uneasy, worried, or disturbed
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disquietude
[noun]
a state of mental unrest and anxiety
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homage
[noun]
a show of respect or admiration for someone or something, often expressed through a creative work such as a painting, poem, or song
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homeopathy
[noun]
a medical system that treats the disease by administering substances that mimic the symptoms of those diseases in healthy persons
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homily
[noun]
a speech or a piece of writing that is meant to advise people on the correct way of behaving
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perpetrator
[noun]
a person who carries out a harmful, illegal, or criminal act
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perpetual
[adjective]
continuing forever or indefinitely into the future
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to perpetuate
[verb]
to make something, typically a problem or an undesirable situation, continue for an extended or prolonged period
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perpetuity
[noun]
the quality of being permanent or continuing with no foreseeable end
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perpendicular
[adjective]
(of lines or planes) intersecting each other at a 90 degree angle
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to rectify
[verb]
to make something right when it was previously incorrect, improper, or defective
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rectitude
[noun]
the quality of behaving and acting with strong moral values
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contribution
[noun]
a sum of money or goods donated, especially to a common fund or for a common purpose
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contributor
[noun]
someone who gives money, time, effort, goods, or other resources to support a person, organization, or cause
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supplicant
[noun]
someone who makes a humble, submissive request or plea, often to a person or deity in a position of higher power
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to supplicate
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to make a humble request to a powerful party
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supplication
[noun]
the act of requesting aid, mercy, or forgiveness from a god or saint
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supplicatory
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the act of applying paving materials to an area
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