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3000 SAT Vocabulary 18: Print Flashcard

scuttle
 
v. Syn. scurry
scurry; run with short, rapid steps
scythe
 
n.
instrument for mowing grass, grain by hand, composed of a long, curving blade, with a sharp edge, made fast to a long handle
sear
 
v.
make very hot and dry; become superficially burned
secession
 
n. Syn. withdrawal
act of seceding; withdrawal; withdrawal of 11 Southern states from the Union
seclude
 
v.
isolate; separate; keep away from others
seclusion
 
n. Syn. isolation; solitude
isolation; solitude; secluded place; shutting out or keeping apart
secondary
 
a. Syn. subordinate
not of major importance; of second rank or importance or value; not direct or immediate
sedate
 
a. Syn. composed; serious
composed, and dignified in character or manner
sedentary
 
a. Syn. motionless
requiring sitting; accustomed to sitting or to taking little exercise; living in one area, not migratory
sediment
 
n. Syn. deposit
deposit; matter deposited by some natural process
sedition
 
n. Syn. insubordination
resistance to authority; insubordination or rebellion
seduce
 
v. Syn. tempt; entice; lure
tempt; entice; lead away from duty, accepted principles, or proper conduct
sedulous
 
a. Syn. diligent; hardworking
diligent; hardworking; persevering and constant in effort or application
seethe
 
v. Syn. boil
be disturbed; boil; be in state of turmoil or ferment
seismograph
 
n.
measuring instrument for detecting the intensity, direction, and duration of movements of the ground
semblance
 
a.
seeming; outward or token appearance; show; figure; form
seminary
 
n.
school, especially a theological school for training of priests, ministers, or rabbis; school of higher education, especially for girls
senile
 
a.
of or pertaining to old age
sensation
 
n. Syn. feeling
feeling; perception associated with stimulation of a sense organ or with a specific body condition
sense
 
n.
faculty through which to know external world; feeling produced by stimulus