SAT Vocabulary Day 2

SAT Vocabulary Day 2 - Paradox: situation which contains...

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Obstreperous Obtrusive Occlusion Officious Omission Omnipresent Omniscient Onerous Onset Opaque Opportune Optimal Opulent Orthodox Ossified Ostensible Ostentatious Ostracize: to avoid someone intentionally Outlandish: unusual Outmoded: out of use Overt: obvious Palliative: relaxing Pallid: very pale
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Palpable: tangible Paltry: very small and of little or no value: Panache: very original and confident way of doing something Parable: a short story Paradigm: a model of something:
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Unformatted text preview: Paradox: situation which contains two opposite facts or characteristics; contradiction oxymoron Paranoia: Feeling that other people do not like you Pariah: a person who is not accepted; outcast Parochial: narrow minded Parsimonious: stingy, frugal Pathos: situation that makes feel sadness Paucity: small number Pecuniary: relating to money Pedagogical: methods of teaching Pedantic: too much attention for small rules...
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