Flashcards in SAT Vocabs #1251-1300 Deck (50)
Rounded in figure; plump.
To become aware of through the senses.
A particular, peculiar, or eccentric trait.
Worry or unease.
Loud, shrill, or harshly grating; forcefully assertive or harshly critical.
To declare free of guilt; to clear.
To take the place of.
Kind; sort; class.
To expose the falsehood of.
An act of foolishness.
An impelling or originating force.
A hiding place for storage of provisions or valuables.
Appealing to the senses, esp. those involved in appreciating beauty.
To solidify by or as if by freezing.
To change the relative position or order of.
Free of charge.
One who is strict in discipline, and enjoys authority too much.
An outline for a planned series of events, either real or imagined; a summary of a work of fiction.
Domination or a market by only a few businesses.
A level or layer.
A statement or situation that appears contradictory.
Stressing practical use over other values.
A trace of something that once existed but has disappeared.
An inhabitant; one who is often found in a particular place.
To use success in one thing to achieve greater success in further things; to transform a gain into something of greater value.
To send off promptly.
Efficient speed; a message, esp. official or from a journalist.
A dissatisfied person.
To take by force or without legal authority.
Not straight to the point; indirect.
Not able to feel or perceive; unresponsive.
To give to the care of another; to set apart.
Association or participation in a wrongful act.
Not able to be predicted; constantly changing.
Capable of burning or corroding by chemical action; bitingly sarcastic, cutting.
To cut short.
To write, carve or engrave words or letters on or in a surface.
Relating to a city, town, village, or the like with local self-government.
A border or edge; a limit in condition or ability; an amount or degree of difference.
To assist financially or pay for, esp. by the government.
To force out of a concealed position.