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SAT Word Skills 3 - Lesson 5

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SAT Word Skills 3
to censor
[verb]
to remove parts of something such as a book, movie, etc. and prevent the public from accessing them for political, moral, or religious purposes
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censorious
[adjective]
(of one's behavior) severely criticizing and disapproving
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censurable
[adjective]
deserving blame or criticism for being wrong, harmful, or immoral
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to censure
[verb]
to strongly criticize in an official manner
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barcarole
[noun]
a song traditionally sung by boat rowers in Venice
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bard
[noun]
a person who writes pieces of poetry and stories
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virtu
[noun]
a great appreciation and interest in beautiful and artistic items
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virtual
[adjective]
very similar to the actual thing in almost every way
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virtuoso
[noun]
a person who is exceptionally skilled and talented in a field such as sports
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to propel
[verb]
to drive, push, or cause to move forward or onward
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propellant
[noun]
a substance that helps something move forward
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propeller
[noun]
a rotating mechanical device that moves through air or water, creating forward motion for vehicles like aircraft or boats
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to debunk
[verb]
to reveal the exaggeration or falseness of a belief, claim, idea, etc.
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debunking
[noun]
the act of revealing and disproving false beliefs, ideas, etc.
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imitation
[noun]
the act of replicating or trying to replicate the actions of another person
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imitator
[noun]
an individual who replicates the actions, expressions, or speech of someone else
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mercantile
[adjective]
related to the old-fashioned way of doing business including its ideas and practices
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mercenary
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motivated by financial gain or material rewards
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perfidy
[noun]
the act of intentionally betraying someone or something's trust in one
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perfidious
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relating to someone or something that is untrustworthy and disloyal
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