Flashcards in SAT Vocabs #300-350 Deck (50)
Something that is unpleasant or offensive to view.
To destroy or kill a large part of (a group).
A false written statement that damages a person's reputation.
To force by threat or intimidation.
Superficially done; performed rapidly.
Clumsy or difficult to manage.
To rot; to decay; to putrefy.
To have as an opinion; to consider.
To imply something beyond a literal meaning.
Showing boldness or haste without judgement.
An elaborate and lengthy tale of sadness.
A woman who rules a family or clan; a highly respected woman who is a mother.
Bending easily; flexible.
Coy; modest; reserved.
To steal a small amount.
Of huge size or capacity.
To slow down in pace.
The recognition of a disease or injury by symptoms; a critical analysis of the nature of something.
Reckless; bold without judgement.
To make appear guilty of a crime or fault.
To display ostentatiously; to show off; to boast.
A bold or daring act.
Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected.
Deserving blame or punishment.
To speak pompously and at length.
A feeling or opinion, esp. based on emotion instead of reason.
One who interferes with the affair of others; a meddler.
Very pleasing; delightful, esp. to the taste.
A flaw that harms the appearance of something.
Evenness of temper, esp. as a characteristic state.
To walk rocking from side to side.
Total, entire; glaring obvious, flagrant.
To place at an angle; to cause bias in or distort.
Asymmetric; distorted or biased.
Dull; routine; commonplace.
To arrange in order.
Lacking in moderation; excessive.
To change direction.
The experience of great joy; ecstasy.
To look at or think about carefully; to consider as a possibility.
To taste or smell, esp. with pleasure.
The taste or smell.
Impossible to dispute.
To feed on grasses.
To occur at the same time or be at the same place; to agree exactly.
To make a likeness of; to describe in words.
A trench in the earth made by a plow; a wrinkle.
To drink quickly or with enthusiasm.