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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 35

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SAT Word Skills 2
to marshal
[verb]
to direct or control the orderly movement or deployment of people or things
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martial
[adjective]
related to war or the armed forces
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martian
[adjective]
relating to the planet Mars
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martinet
[noun]
an individual who demands total obedience to rules, laws, and orders
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martyrdom
[noun]
the act of voluntarily suffering death as the result of maintaining religious or other ideals, usually political or religious
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cabal
[noun]
a secretive plot with interconnected agendas and actions, often for self-interested influence or impact
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Cabalism
[noun]
a mystical tradition in Judaism that explores the hidden, symbolic meanings within Jewish scripture and religious texts
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to sublimate
[verb]
to cause a substance to change directly from the solid phase to the gas phase without passing through the liquid phase
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sublime
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lofty and grand, beyond ordinary understanding or perception
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subliminal
[adjective]
below or beyond the threshold of conscious awareness
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infinite
[adjective]
without end or limits in extent, size, or space
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infinitesimal
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so vanishingly small it approaches having no measurable physical presence or functional effect
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opponent
[noun]
someone who disagrees with a system, plan, etc. and intends to put an end to it or change it
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opposite
[adjective]
on the other side of an area when seen from a particular vantage point
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fraudulence
[noun]
the deliberate act of deception performed through false representations for personal gain or harm to others
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fraudulent
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intentionally deceitful or based on a lie or misrepresentation
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armful
[noun]
the amount of something that can be carried or held in one's arms at a time
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armory
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a facility used for the production of weapons and military equipment
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armistice
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a temporary stoppage or truce in hostilities between parties engaged in a war or conflict
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armada
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a very large assembled fleet of military warships operating under a unified command
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