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SAT Word Skills 3 - Lesson 29

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SAT Word Skills 3
indescribable
[adjective]
impossible to put into words for being too good, bad or unusual
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indestructible
[adjective]
not capable of being destroyed easily
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indifferent
[adjective]
not showing any care or concern in one's attitude or actions toward a particular person, situation, or outcome
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indiscernible
[adjective]
very hard or impossible to be perceived or understood
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audit
[noun]
a formal inspection of a business's financial records to see if they are correct and accurate or not
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auditor
[noun]
a person whose job is to look into the financial statements of a company or organization
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audition
[noun]
a meeting with filmmakers during which they ask the actor or actress to perform a short scene to see if they are suitable for a role
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illegitimate
[adjective]
(of a child or marriage) not acknowledged by law
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illiberal
[adjective]
placing a limit on freedom, especially the freedom of thought
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illimitable
[adjective]
not having any type of limit
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to readjust
[verb]
to modify something once again
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to reassure
[verb]
to do or say something to make someone stop worrying or less afraid
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to recede
[verb]
to move back or withdraw from a previous position or state
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recidivist
[noun]
a person who has a tendency to do something wrong again and again even after quitting it
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to elude
[verb]
to escape from someone or something to avoid getting caught
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elusion
[noun]
the act of avoiding getting caught, usually by being fast or smart
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elusive
[adjective]
hard or impossible to find or catch
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palate
[noun]
(anatomy) the inside upper side of the mouth that separates it from the nasal cavity
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palatable
[adjective]
(of food or drink) having a pleasant taste
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unpalatable
[adjective]
describing food that does not have a pleasant taste
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