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SAT Word Skills 3 - Lesson 27

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SAT Word Skills 3
to allure

to attract or tempt someone, particularly by offering or showing something appealing

[Verb]
allusion

a statement that implies or indirectly mentions something or someone else, especially as a literary device

[noun]
vendible

suitable to be sold

[Adjective]
vendition

the act of selling things as a job

[noun]
vendor

someone on the street who offers food, clothing, etc. for sale

[noun]
thoroughbred

an animal with a purebred lineage that has not been mixed with any other breeds, and is typically associated with horses that are bred specifically for racing purposes

[noun]
thoroughfare

a road, street, or passage that provides a direct route or passage for vehicles, pedestrians, or both

[noun]
pestilent

extremely harmful and likely to cause disease especially in a widespread manner

[Adjective]
pestilence

an evil and destructive force or impact

[noun]
impermissible

prohibited by the law

[Adjective]
impervious

resistant to being affected or damaged by something

[Adjective]
implacable

not changing one's mind in any circumstances

[Adjective]
implausible

not seeming believable or reasonable enough to be considered true

[Adjective]
defendant

a person in a law court who is sued by someone else or is accused of committing a crime

[noun]
defensible

capable of being easily supported by arguments or adequately justified by reasoning

[Adjective]
defensive

designed or used in a way that provides a person or thing with protection against attack

[Adjective]
defiance

a behavior in which one disobeys someone or something in a bold manner

[noun]
defiant

willing to disobey someone or something in authority

[Adjective]
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