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SAT Word Skills 3 - Lesson 26

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SAT Word Skills 3
triumvir
[noun]
one of the three ruling bodies in charge of a different public section in a country, especially in ancient Rome
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to trisect
[verb]
to cut something into three usually equal pieces
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tripod
[noun]
a camera support device that consists of three legs and a mounting plate or head, commonly made of lightweight materials such as aluminum or carbon fiber
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triplicity
[noun]
the quality of being three in number
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to triplicate
[verb]
to multiply things by three
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trinity
[noun]
three things or people consisting a group
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triennial
[adjective]
taking place every three years
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trident
[noun]
a three-pronged spear or fork, historically used for fishing and hunting but also associated with various mythological gods and figures
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tricycle
[noun]
a vehicle with three wheels that is typically ridden by children and has pedals and handlebars for steering
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tricolor
[adjective]
having or consisting of three colors
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triad
[noun]
a group of three closely related entities
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amalgam
[noun]
a combination or blend of different things
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to amalgamate
[verb]
to combine different things, often diverse elements, into a single, unified whole
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to amass
[verb]
to gather a large amount of money, knowledge, etc. gradually
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to detract
[verb]
to lessen the value or quality of something
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detraction
[noun]
a criticizing act or argument in order to damage someone's status
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to inveigh
[verb]
to express dissatisfaction in a harsh manner
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to inveigle
[verb]
to trick someone into doing something through clever and cunning methods
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pinion
[noun]
a specific section of a bird's wing that includes the flight feathers
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