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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 41

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SAT Word Skills 2
to indulge
[verb]
to allow oneself to do or have something that one enjoys, particularly something that might be bad for one
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indulgent
[adjective]
showing a willingness to allow excessive leniency or generosity, often in the context of fulfilling desires or preferences
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cryptic
[adjective]
having mysterious and puzzling characteristics
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cryptogam
[noun]
an organism such as fungus that does not produce flowers or seeds and procreates by the means of spores
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audible
[adjective]
(of a sound or a voice) loud enough to be heard by everyone
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auditory
[adjective]
related to the ability of hearing
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cosmic
[adjective]
related to the universe and the vast space outside the earth
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cosmogony
[noun]
the scientific and philosophical study of how and why the universe came to be
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cosmography
[noun]
a general representation of the universe and planet Earth
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cosmology
[noun]
the scientific study of how the universe is created, its development, and how it is going to end
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philology
[noun]
the study of language, literature, and historical texts to understand their origins, development, and cultural context, encompassing areas such as linguistics, textual criticism, and literary analysis
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cosmos
[noun]
the universe, particularly when it is thought of as a systematic whole
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philologist
[noun]
a person who specializes in the study of words, literature, and language in order to understand their origin and development
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philosophy
[noun]
a particular set of beliefs, values, or principles developed in search of the truth about life and the universe
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to savor
[verb]
to completely enjoy and appreciate something, such as an experience or feeling
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savory
[adjective]
morally and socially pleasant and acceptable
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savoriness
[noun]
the state of having a delicious taste
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nomad
[noun]
a member of a community that depending on the season moves from place to place with their livestock
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nomadic
[adjective]
referring to the lifestyle of constantly traveling from place to place, with individuals or groups never staying in one location for an extended period of time
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