Flashcards in SAT Vocabs #1051-1100 Deck (50)
To beget; to cause; to promote.
Having a calm, sluggish temperament; unemotional.
Showing great concern for or attention to another; anxious or concerned.
To go back; to withdraw.
Worthy of praise.
To sprout or grow rapidly.
A literary work in which the characters represent abstract ideas; a symbolic representation.
The highest point; the farthest point in a satellite's orbit.
To dirty or tarnish, esp. by disgracing.
To happen subsequently.
Purging of the emotions.
Easily angered; bad-tempered.
Pertaining to or assisting the memory.
Capable of multiple interpretations; unclear.
Deserving to be severely criticized.
To drive away; to force to leave a place by official decree.
Showing silent anger and unwillingness to be pleasant to people.
In a foul state, as of decaying flesh; rotten.
A representative example of a type.
To take in as one's own; to absorb; to adapt or adjust to the customs, etc. of a group.
Strong and full of health.
Suited to one's needs it nature; friendly; sympathetic.
Detailed; carefully thorough.
To develop with care or at greater length.
To delay; to put off.
Passing with time; remaining only briefly.
To bleed profusely; to lose (something valuable) rapidly and in great quantity.
Excessive bleeding or loss of something valuable.
One who takes advantage of every opportunity, whether or not it is moral to do so.