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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 30

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SAT Word Skills 2
premature
[adjective]
(of a baby) born before completing the normal full-term pregnancy length
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premeditated
[adjective]
planned well in advance through careful prior consideration
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to preoccupy
[verb]
to engage someone's mind or attention fully, especially with worries or concerns
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to preordain
[verb]
to decide or establish something in advance, especially by divine authority or an inevitable course of events
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to deform
[verb]
to lose one's proper shape
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deformity
[noun]
an odd or spoiled outward appearance
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absolute
[adjective]
complete and total, with no imperfections or exceptions
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absolution
[noun]
the act of forgiving someone for their sins or wrongdoings, usually by a priest
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to digress
[verb]
to steer away from the main subject and focus on a different topic in speech or writing
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digression
[noun]
a deviation from the main subject under focus or discussion
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frontal
[adjective]
facing or positioned toward the front, as seen from the viewer's perspective
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frontier
[noun]
the outer edge of occupied or developed land, beyond which lies unsettled territory
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scintilla
[noun]
a tiny spark-like speck of a substance
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scintillating
[adjective]
gleaming and full of flashes of light, like sparks or twinkling stars
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execrable
[adjective]
deserving strong condemnation or disgust
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execration
[noun]
the target of condemnation and curses
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intoxicant
[adjective]
bringing on a state of impaired physical or mental control
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to intoxicate
[verb]
to disrupt normal physical or mental functioning through pharmacological mechanisms in the brain
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to profess
[verb]
to openly declare a belief, opinion, or intention
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professor
[noun]
a faculty member at a college or university who has not yet attained job security or is at the rank below full professor
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