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SAT Word Skills 2 - Lesson 46

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SAT Word Skills 2
to embody
[verb]
to express a particular characterization or a thing as a person
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embodied
[adjective]
(of something abstract) given a physical form
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embodiment
[noun]
a living being or a thing that represents something abstract such as a feeling
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inhospitable
[adjective]
a place or environment that is not welcoming or suitable for living or staying in, often due to harsh or unfavorable conditions that make survival or thriving challenging
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inhuman
[adjective]
lacking compassion, empathy, or decency, often being cruel or brutal
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ingratitude
[noun]
absence of appreciation for things one has or has been given
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to ingratiate
[verb]
to force someone to favor one through persistent attempts at pleasing them
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ingrate
[noun]
a person who expresses no appreciation
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privateer
[noun]
a heavily armed ship legally able to attack and rob enemy ships
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privation
[noun]
the action of denying someone basic life necessities such as food
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privy
[adjective]
permitted to know something that is kept secret
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chaste
[adjective]
not having any sexual relations prior to marriage
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chastity
[noun]
the religious vow of never having any sexual relations
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to chastise
[verb]
to severely criticize, often with the intention of correcting someone's behavior or actions
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herbaceous
[adjective]
(of plants) not having any hard or woody parts
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herbarium
[noun]
a carefully arranged collection of dried plants for study purposes
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herbivorous
[adjective]
(of an animal) solely feeding on plants
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dolor
[noun]
a deep and painful sadness
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dolorous
[adjective]
causing or displaying great sadness or distress
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