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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 42

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SAT Word Skills 2
dilettante
[noun]
a person who has an interest in a particular subject but lacks determination or knowledge on the matter
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diligence
[noun]
persistent effort or attention towards a task or goal
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diligent
[adjective]
consistently putting in the necessary time and energy to achieve one's goals
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energetic
[adjective]
active and full of energy
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to enervate
[verb]
to cause someone to lose physical or mental energy or strength
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to enfeeble
[verb]
to cause someone or something to lose strength
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vainglory
[noun]
too much pride in one's abilities or achievements
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vainglorious
[adjective]
showing excessive pride in one's abilities or accomplishments
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recession
[noun]
a hard time in a country's economy characterized by a reduction in employment, production, and trade
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recessive
[adjective]
(of a gene or trait) showing its specific appearance only when an individual inherits it from both parents
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to assess
[verb]
to form a judgment on the quality, worth, nature, ability or importance of something, someone, or a situation
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assessor
[noun]
an expert who calculates the value of something to impose tax on it
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impersonal
[adjective]
not related to any individual
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to impersonate
[verb]
to pretend to be another person by imitating the way they look and behave in order to fool others
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to displace
[verb]
to make someone leave their home by force, particularly because of an unpleasant event
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disposition
[noun]
the inherent qualities that one is normally characterized by
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to dispossess
[verb]
to take away someone's ownership of a property
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impasse
[noun]
a difficult situation where progress is not possible because the people involved are unable to come to an agreement
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impassable
[adjective]
(of a path) not possible to travel across or through
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