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SAT Word Skills 3 - Lesson 23

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SAT Word Skills 3
to adhere
[verb]
to firmly stick to something
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adhesion
[noun]
devotion and loyalty to a certain religion, party, etc.
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briticism
[noun]
a word, expression or idiom that is only used in British English
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calculable
[adjective]
able to be counted or estimated
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calculus
[noun]
the branch of mathematics that comprises differentials and integrals
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to coincide
[verb]
to happen at the same time
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coincidence
[noun]
a situation in which two things happen simultaneously by chance that is considered unusual
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insufficient
[adjective]
not enough in degree or amount
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intangible
[adjective]
incapable of being touched or physically grasped
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intolerable
[adjective]
too unpleasant or hard to be allowed
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intractable
[adjective]
difficult to manage, control, or resolve
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to nestle
[verb]
to position oneself comfortably and cozily
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nestling
[noun]
a bird that is too young to leave the nest built by its parents, especially one that has not yet learned how to fly
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obituary
[noun]
an article or report, especially in a newspaper, published soon after the death of a person, typically containing details about their life
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obsequy
[noun]
a ceremony to bury or burn a dead body
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to desecrate
[verb]
to insult or damage something that people greatly respect or consider holy, particularly a place
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desecration
[noun]
the act of treating something sacred with disrespect or violation
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intemperance
[noun]
the act of going overboard with one's actions or desires
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