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4000 IELTS Academic Word List
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Top 500 SAT Words
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TOEFL Word List 1600
This TOEFL word list is extremely important in TOEFL reading test. If you are planning to apply top universities, or for any reasons you need an excellent score in report, you shouldn’t ignore this word list. For most test takers, this middle size TOEFL word list is 2 weeks' job to review and study. Some can finish in less than one week. This estimation assumed that you already know more than half to 60 percent words in list. It means this list’s main purpose is to help review known hard words.
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spinster
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false; counterfeit; forged; illogical
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arising without external cause; growing without cultivation or human labor
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woman who has remained single beyond the conventional age for marrying; one whose occupation is to spin
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minor quarrel; noisy quarrel, usually about a trivial matter
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Read  insincerely emotional; showing a sickly excess of sentiment
E.g.Whenever Gigi and her boyfriend would sigh and get all lovey-dovey, her little brother would shout, "Yuck!" protesting their [___] behavior.

Spelling Word: mawkish
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Holy See
n. home of the Pope and the central administration of the Roman Catholic Church; achieved independence from Italy in 1929

A year ago today, I led the UK’s largest ever ministerial delegation to the Holy See.

Added on 2016-08-26
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Holy See: n. home of the Pope and the central administration of the Roman Catholic Church; achieved independence from Italy in 1929
groggy: a. unsteady and dazed; shaky; slowed or weakened, as by drink, sleepiness
at loggerheads: ad. engaged in a dispute
boson: n. particle with totally symmetric composite quantum states; bolt for the crossbow, having a round knob at the end, with a small point projecting from it
impound: v. to seize and retain in legal custody
statuette: n. a small statue; a statue or image in the round much smaller than nature