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David Houseal English III­AP 9­13­14 25 SAT Words: Part 1 1.  Adroit (adj.): skillful, clever He was so adroit at his math homework that one had to wonder if it was his instinct. 2.  Adventitious (adj.): accidental; nonessential The spare bolt in the kit is adventitious to the careful constructor; throw it away. 3.  Affectation (n.): a phony attitude, prose Sandra’s exaggerated affectation about the taste of the casserole made everyone think she was being sarcastic. 4.  Affluence (n.): wealth, richness The company showed off its affluence by installing a animatronic Gigantoraptor outside its  lobby. 5.  Amoral (adj.): lacking a sense of right and wrong The condemnatory jury thought I was amoral simply because I believe that nuclear warfare is an acceptable pastime! 6.  Animosity (n.): hatred My animosity for the TV station is because they play too many ads. 7.  Antipathy (n.): an intense dislike Nothing demonstrates one’s antipathy for a TV station like burning it down. 8.  Antithesis (n.): an exact opposite As a rule, an object and its antithesis will nullify when brought together; like hot and cold. 9.  Badinage (n.): playful, teasing talk     (v.): to banter, to tease with playful talk If one becomes offended by someone else’s badinage, then that person may be way too  sensitive. 10.  Banal (adj.): common, ordinary In most of the Northern Hemisphere, it is not banal to see snow on a summer day. 11.  Baroque (adj.) overly decorated You wouldn’t admit the tree was baroque if it collapsed under the weight of the ornaments! 12.  Bauble (n.): a showy but useless thing Call me a philistine, but I think that most paintings are mere baubles. 13.  Bedlam (n.): a noisy uproar; a scene of wild confusion Perhaps the ant colony is in bedlam because you dropped your jacket on it. 14.  Besmirch (v.): to soil, to make dirty or unclean Not only will dropping your shake on the couch besmirch it, but mom will blow a fuse! 15.  Bestial (adj.): savage, brutal Compared to the rest of history, the modern world looks as bestial as a handicapped butterfly. 16.  Bilious (adj.): bad tempered, cross How could I be so bilious, when all Xhaiden did was step on my toe? 17.  Blandishment (n.) flattery Blandishments are insufficient for bribing the modern English teacher; you may have to try a  bribe. 18.  Bombast (n.): Impressive but meaningless language The politician’s bombast covered up the fact that she didn’t actually answer the question. 19.  Bona fide (adj.): In good faith; genuine Only the bona fide staff will stand a chance of getting a promotion. 20.  Boor (n.): a rude or impolite person Try not to criticize their plan too negatively, lest you look like a boor. 21.  Bowdlerize (v): to remove offensive passages of a literary work Why would you bowdlerize Yertle the Turtle but do no such act with To Kill a Mockingbird? 22.  Brevity (n.): briefness; short duration The brevity of his sermon ensured that nobody fell asleep. 23.  Bucolic (adj.): pertaining to the countryside, rural In 2008, for the first time ever, more of the world’s population lived in cities than in bucolic  areas. 24.  Cajole (v.): to coax, to persuade, to wheedle I don’t care how delicious it is, you will never cajole me to eat something that looks like it  belongs in a sewer! 25.  Callow (adj.): young and inexperienced They called me callow at quantum physics until I proved the existence of the tachyon.


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