Flashcards in SAT Vocabs #1801-1850 Deck (50)
Light, good-natured ridicule or satire.
Done or occurring after death.
To cause to lose interest, become bored, or feel dull and not alert.
To make difficult or excessive demands upon.
The highest point.
A written message.
A well-fortified place; a source of protection.
A channel for conducting fluids; a means by which something is transmitted.
Limber and graceful; supple.
To withdraw formally from an alliance or membership.
Wet, boggy ground; a difficult situation.
To rob; to take wrongfully.
Having no interest in what is going on about one; languid; spiritless.
Wrinkled from aging.
Not in agreement with accepted beliefs, esp. religious dogma.
To swing back and forth.
With uncontrolled speed and force.
To lose strength or health; to remain neglected.
To push and shove; to move by pushing or elbowing.
To hold back.
A chisel with a rounded blade; to cut or scoop out, as with such a chisel.
To decline from a precious level or standard; to come to an end.
To overcome or try to overcome distrust or hatred through friendly acts.
To remain constant despite obstacles.
A farewell speech.
A faint amount.
Harsh; severe (usually of weather).
A building or group of buildings enclosed by a barrier.
A division; a split; a break.
Tense; very tight.
Producing wealth; profitable.
A very important or influential person, esp. in business.
To acquire or sustain something undesirable.
Not genuine; false.
Wildly excited or active.
A gesture, such as a bow or curtsy, that expresses respect or obedience; an attitude of deference, respect, or obedience.
Characteristics of a master or teacher; stately dignified in manner or appearance; overbearing.
Strong and muscular.
To crowd on; to move in on; to overwhelm.
An exact copy.
The path or a moving body through space.
To confuse or stupefy.
Artificial; not genuine; fake.
Having elements of great variety; composed of many colors.
To insert between other things.