Hard SAT Words - Group 8

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permeable  Speak Example sentences
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v. make peace with; appease and render favorable
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n. one who supplies provisions, especially food; caterer
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a. penetrable; porous; allowing liquids or gas to pass through
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a. full of unspecifiable significance; exciting wonder and awe; wonderful
pert  Speak Example sentences
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n. one who fights with his fists, especially, a professional prize fighter; boxer
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a. after death, as of child born after father's death or book published after author's death
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a. improperly forward or bold; trim and stylish in appearance
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a. pleasantly tart-tasting; stimulating; charming or attractive
petrifaction  Speak Example sentences
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n. process of turning some plant material into stone
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a. lying with the front or face downward
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n. society or government ruled by wealthy class
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v. plan, arrange, or plot in advance; deliberate upon future action
piazza  Speak Example sentences
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v. plan, arrange, or plot in advance; deliberate upon future action
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n. public square in an Italian town; roofed and arcaded passageway
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v. spread gradually; cause liquid to pass through small holes; filter
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n. one who supplies provisions, especially food; caterer
plutocracy  Speak Example sentences
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a. displaying foresight; providing carefully for future; preparing for emergencies
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n. society or government ruled by wealthy class
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v. give inclination toward; make susceptible to; settle or dispose of in advance
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n. one who supplies provisions, especially food; caterer
poignant  Speak Example sentences
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a. full of unspecifiable significance; exciting wonder and awe; wonderful
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a. profoundly moving; touching; agreeably intense or stimulating
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v. steal, often in violation of trust; put away; remove
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a. supposed, reputed, generally regarded as such
point blank  Speak Example sentences
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a. outstanding; superior to or notable above all others
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a. close enough so that missing the target is unlikely or impossible; so close to a target that a weapon may be aimed directly at it
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n. entire ruin; utter destruction, especially, utter loss of soul, or of final happiness in future
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a. after death, as of child born after father's death or book published after author's death
predispose  Speak Example sentences
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a. close enough so that missing the target is unlikely or impossible; so close to a target that a weapon may be aimed directly at it
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v. give inclination toward; make susceptible to; settle or dispose of in advance
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a. lying with the front or face downward
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n. society or government ruled by wealthy class
preternatural  Speak Example sentences
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a. being beyond normal course of nature; differing from natural
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a. pleasantly tart-tasting; stimulating; charming or attractive
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a. supposed, reputed, generally regarded as such
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v. extend out or project in space; stick out
privation  Speak Example sentences
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n. belief that life is basically bad or evil; gloominess
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a. inclined to waste resources or behave extravagantly; wildly immoral
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n. hardship; state of extreme poverty
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v. extend out or project in space; stick out