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SAT Word Skills 3 - Lesson 28

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SAT Word Skills 3
untoward
[adjective]
not expected, normally inconvenient or unpleasant
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unutterable
[adjective]
unable to be described or explained
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unwitting
[adjective]
done without any intention
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unwonted
[adjective]
uncommon or not customary
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aureole
[noun]
a light, usually in the shape of a circle, around the body or head of a sacred person
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aurora
[noun]
a natural light display in the Earth's polar regions, caused by the collision of charged particles from the sun with atoms in the Earth's atmosphere
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auroral
[adjective]
related to the time that the first light shows up in the morning sky
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to denominate
[verb]
to give a name to something
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denomination
[noun]
a specific name for someone or something that belongs only to them
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denominator
[noun]
the number below the line in a fraction that shows how many parts the numerator divides into
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hypocrisy
[noun]
the act of claiming to own a set of qualities or beliefs which one does not really have
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hypocrite
[noun]
someone who pretends to have virtues or beliefs they do not practice, often contradicting their own stated values or engaging in deceptive behavior
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hypocritical
[adjective]
acting in a way that is different from what one claims to believe or value
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incontrovertible
[adjective]
true in a way that leaves no room for denial or disagreement
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incorrigible
[adjective]
(of a person or behavior) unable to be corrected or changed for better
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incredulity
[noun]
the condition of being unable or unwilling to believe something
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incredulous
[adjective]
lacking the ability or desire to believe in something
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to misconstrue
[verb]
to interpret or understand something incorrectly
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to miscount
[verb]
to make an error while counting something
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miscreant
[noun]
someone who behaves badly or does something wrong or illegal
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