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SAT Word Skills 3 - Lesson 48

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SAT Word Skills 3
to extirpate
[verb]
to completely destroy or remove something
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to extinguish
[verb]
to end or destroy something entirely
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extinct
[adjective]
(of an animal, plant, etc.) not having any living members, either due to natural causes, environmental changes, or human activity
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donor
[noun]
someone or something that gives money, clothes, etc. to a charity for free
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donee
[noun]
a person or institution that receives valuable resources
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to culminate
[verb]
to end by coming to a climactic point
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culmination
[noun]
the highest point of something in terms of quality or quantity
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bylaw
[noun]
a set of rules or directives made and maintained by an authority, especially in order to regulate conduct
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archipelago
[noun]
a large collection of islands or the sea surrounding them
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archetype
[noun]
someone or something serving as the very typical example of a thing or person
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archdeacon
[noun]
a religious leader in Anglican Church whose rank is one level lower than a bishop
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archbishop
[noun]
a bishop of the highest rank who is responsible for all the churches in a specific large area
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to vacillate
[verb]
to constantly going up and down like waves
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vacuity
[noun]
the state or quality of not being meaningful or significant
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uproarious
[adjective]
so hilarious that cheers people up
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upturn
[noun]
an improvement or a positive change in a situation, especially in the economy or business
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upkeep
[noun]
the act of maintaining something in good condition
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to upbraid
[verb]
to criticize someone for doing or saying something that one believes to be wrong
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