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3000 SAT Vocabulary 15: Print Flashcard

perversion
 
n.
action of perverting someone or something; humiliation; debasement; instance of abnormal activity
pervert
 
v.
cause to turn away from what is right, proper, or good; corrupt; bring to a bad or worse condition
pestilence
 
n.
any epidemic disease with a high death rate
pestilential
 
a. Syn. destructive
tending to produce infectious disease; destructive
petrify
 
v.
convert wood or other organic matter into stony replica; cause to become stiff or stonelike
petulant
 
a. Syn. irritable
easily irritated or annoyed; unreasonably irritable or ill-tempered
pharmacy
 
n.
art or practice of preparing and preserving drugs
phenomenon
 
n.
appearance; anything visible, in matter or spirit; extraordinary or very remarkable person, thing, or occurrence
philanthropist
 
n.
person who loves mankind in general; very generous person or institution
philharmonic
 
n.
devoted to or appreciative of music
philology
 
n. Syn. linguistics; literature
study of language; investigation of language and its literature
philosophy
 
n.
body of highest truth; investigation of nature, causes, or principles of reality, knowledge, or values, based on logical reasoning
phlegmatic
 
a. Syn. calm
calm; not easily disturbed; not easily excited to action or passion
phonetic
 
a.
of or pertaining to the voice; relating to sounds of spoken language
physiology
 
n.
branch of the biological sciences dealing with the functioning of organisms
physique
 
n.
natural constitution, or physical structure, of a person
piecemeal
 
ad. Syn. gradually
by a small amount at a time; in stages; gradually
pillage
 
v. Syn. plunder
rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; plunder; take as spoils
pinnacle
 
n. Syn. peak
peak; tall pointed formation, such as mountain peak
pioneer
 
n.
originator; explorer