Inhibit
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(verb) prevent something from continuing or developing

Inhibit
inept
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(adj) unable to handle the job; incompetent

inept
indiscernible
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(adj) impossible to see or understand

indiscernible
indignant
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(adj) angry or annoyed at the apparent unfairness or unreasonableness of something

indignant
incorrigible
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(adj) impossible to change

incorrigible
inane
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(adj) silly; insubstantial

inane
imperialistic
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(adj) dominating another politically, economically or militarily

imperialistic
immutable
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(adj) not changing or not able to be changed

immutable
iconoclast
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(noun) somebody who challenges traditional beliefs, customs or values

iconoclast
hubris
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(noun) excessive pride or arrogance

hubris
hackneyed
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(adj) made commonplace and stale by overuse

hackneyed
gratuitous
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(adj) unnecessary and unjustifiable

gratuitous
gluttonous
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(adj)- describing somebody who habitually eats or drinks too much

gluttonous
gaudy
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(adj) brightly colored or showily decorated to an unpleasant or vulgar degree

gaudy
futile
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(adj) having no practical effect or useful result

futile
frugal
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(adj) characterized by thriftiness and avoidance of waste

frugal
formidable
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(adj) difficult to deal with or overcome

formidable
folly
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(noun) thoughtlessness, recklessness, or thoughtless or reckless behavior

folly
fickle
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(adj) likely to change, especially in affections, intentions, loyalties, or preferences

fickle
foster
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(verb) nurture; encourage the development of something

foster
flag
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(verb) become weak or less attentive

flag
fastidious
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(adj) concerned that even the smallest details should be just right

fastidious
fabrication
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(noun) an invented statement, story, or account devised with intent to deceive

fabrication
extrapolate
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(verb) to use known facts as the starting point from which to draw inferences or conclusions about something unknown

extrapolate
extol
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(verb) to praise somebody or something with great enthusiasm and admiration

extol
extant
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(adj) still in existence

extant
exonerate
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(verb) to free somebody from blame or guilt

exonerate
excise
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(verb) to tax; remove

excise
Ethical
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(adj) consistent with agreed principles of correct moral conduct

Ethical
equivocate
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(verb) to speak vaguely or ambiguously, especially in order to mislead

equivocate

SAT Vocab Quiz
SAT Vocab Quiz