276-300 - A/B 276-300 WORDS shoal gourmet cumbersome repast...

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A/B 276-300 WORDS DEFINITIONS shoal an area of shallow water gourmet a connoisseur of food and drink cumbersome clumsy or difficult to manage repast a meal blemish a flaw that harms the appearance of something delectable very pleasing; delightful, ESP. to the taste slander false, oral statement that damages a person's reputation; V. to make such a statement gargantuan of huge size or capacity incontrovertible impossible to dispute procrastinate to delay; to put off reserved self- restrained and withdrawn in speech and manner circumscribe to define the limits of bedlam any place or condition of noise and confusion incriminate to make appear guilty of a crime or fault peevish irritable; querulous innovative marked by a new or unusual way of doing things matriculate to admit or be admitted into a group, ESP. a college or university immaterial not significant or relevant token performed only as an indication of intent heterogeneous not similar; very different; mixed together perplex to puzzle, confuse, or bewilder
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course SAT 12432 taught by Professor Thomson during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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276-300 - A/B 276-300 WORDS shoal gourmet cumbersome repast...

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