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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 39

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SAT Word Skills 2
marine
[adjective]
related to the sea and the different life forms that exist there
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maritime
[adjective]
related to navigation on sea, ships, sailors, etc.
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contumacious
[adjective]
intentionally disrespectful to authority
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contumacy
[noun]
(law) resistance to comply with a court order
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contumelious
[adjective]
treating somebody rudely in order to belittle them
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contumely
[noun]
hurtful language toward an individual
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neolithic
[adjective]
related to the latest part of the Stone Age when humans used stones as tools and weapons
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neologism
[noun]
the process of inventing a word
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neology
[noun]
the action of inventing a new meaning for an existing word or phrase
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neonate
[noun]
a recently born organism, especially a newborn baby or an animal
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neophyte
[noun]
a new inexperienced participant in any activity
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rhetoric
[noun]
the study of the rules and different methods of using language in a way that is effective
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rhetorician
[noun]
a person who through speech persuades and influences people
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to annihilate
[verb]
to destroy someone or something completely
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to annul
[verb]
to officially cancel a marriage
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annunciation
[noun]
the action of stating something publicly
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to defile
[verb]
to stain something or someplace that usually is considered holy
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to defraud
[verb]
to illegally obtain money or property from someone by tricking them
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