Top 500 Most Common SAT Words - 2011: Set 2 (100-200)

Top 500 Most Common SAT Words - 2011: Set 2 (100-200) -...

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Term: compliant Definition: submissive, yielding Term: concomitant Definition: existing concurrently Term: concord Definition: agreement Term: condole Definition: to grieve; to express sympathy Term: conflagration Definition: big, destructive fire
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Term: confluence Definition: the act of two things flowing together; the junction or meeting place where two things meet Term: consanguineous Definition: having the same lineage or ancestry; related by blood Term: consternation Definition: an intense state of fear or dismay Term: constituent Definition: component, part; citizen, voter Term: constraint Definition: something that restricts or confines within prescribed bounds
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Term: contemptuous Definition: quarrelsome, disagreeable, belligerent Term: contiguous Definition: sharing a boundary; neighboring Term: continence Definition: self-control, self-restraint Term: convalesce Definition: to recover gradually from an illness Term: convergence Definition: the state of separate elements joining or coming together
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Term: coquette Definition: a flirtatious woman Term: coterie Definition: an intimate group of persons with a similar purpose Term: countervail Definition: to act or react with equal force Term: covert Definition: secretive, not openly shown Term: cull Definition: to select, weed out
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Term: cumulative Definition: increasing, collective Term: curt Definition: abrupt, short with words Term: dearth Definition: a lack, scarcity, insufficiency Term: debacle Definition: a sudden, disastrous collapse or defeat; a total, ridiculous failure Term: declaim Definition: to speak loudly and vehemently
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Term: defamatory Definition: injurious to the reputation Term: demagogue Definition: a leader, rabble-rouser, usually appealing to emotion or prejudice Term: denizen
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