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3000 SAT Vocabulary 6: Print Flashcard

dilemma
 
n. Syn. predicament
predicament; state of uncertainty or between equally unfavorable options
dilute
 
v. Syn. weaken; attenuate
weaken; make thinner or less concentrated by adding a liquid such as water
dimly
 
ad. Syn. faintly; vaguely
vaguely; in a dim or obscure manner; with dull or imperfect vision or a faint light; not brightly or clearly
diplomacy
 
n. Syn. tact; politics
tact; politics; negotiation between nations
diplomat
 
n.
one who is in charge to deal with others, like an ambassador, who is appointed to represent a government in relations with other governments
diplomatic
 
a. Syn. tactful; politic
relating to diplomacy; marked by tact and sensitivity in dealing with others
discard
 
v.
throw out something from one's hand; get rid of
discernible
 
a. Syn. distinguishable; perceptible
distinguishable; perceptible; capable of being seen or noticed
disciple
 
n. Syn. follower; adherent
follower; adherent; person who learns from another, especially one who then teaches others
discipline
 
n. Syn. training
trait of being well behaved ; act of punishing ; system of rules of conduct or method of practice
discomfit
 
v. Syn. disconcert
make uneasy or perplexed; cause to lose one's composure; disconcert
discomfort
 
n. Syn. distress; uneasiness
distress; uneasiness; mental or bodily distress
disconnect
 
n.
an unbridgeable disparity as from a failure of understanding
disconsolate
 
a. Syn. sad
sad; cheerless; gloomy; hopeless or not expecting
discord
 
n. Syn. conflict
conflict; lack of agreement among persons, groups, or things
discredit
 
v. Syn. defame; disbelieve
defame; destroy confidence in; disbelieve
discreet
 
a.
free from ostentation or pretension; distinct; distinguishable
discriminate
 
v.
make a clear distinction; distinguish; make sensible decisions; judge wisely
discursive
 
a.
tending to depart from main point or cover a wide range of subjects
disenfranchise
 
v.
deprive of civil right; deprive someone of franchise, generally their right to vote