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SAT Word Skills 3 - Lesson 21

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SAT Word Skills 3
phonetic
[adjective]
related to the sounds of speech and their representation using symbols
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phonic
[adjective]
related to vocal sounds in a linguistic context
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phonogram
[noun]
a written symbol that stands for a word, syllable, morpheme, etc.
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phonology
[noun]
the branch of linguistics that focuses on the study of the sounds and sound patterns of language, including the analysis of phonemes, phonological rules, and the organization and systematic patterns of speech sounds within a particular language or languages
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sublingual
[adjective]
positioned under the tongue
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submarine
[noun]
a warship that can operate both on and under water
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to submerge
[verb]
to plunge or immerse entirely beneath the surface of a liquid, typically water
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submersible
[adjective]
capable of functioning while being underwater
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submersion
[noun]
the process of going under the surface of a liquid, usually water
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to calibrate
[verb]
to mark multiple points with the same distance on an instrument for the purpose of measuring
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to accuse
[verb]
to say that a person or group has done something wrong
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accusation
[noun]
the act of blaming and charging someone for their wrong act
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bereft
[adjective]
(of people) feeling very lonely and sorrowful, particularly as a result of a loss
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to bereave
[verb]
to deprive someone of a loved one through death
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irreligious
[adjective]
not having any interest in religion or even opposing it
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irrelevant
[adjective]
having no importance or connection with something
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irreparable
[adjective]
impossible to become fixed or right again
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irrepressible
[adjective]
too strong or energetic to be controlled or stopped
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irreproachable
[adjective]
not to be blamed or criticized
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caliber
[noun]
the quality, level, or degree of someone's abilities, character, or performance in a particular field or activity
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