prosaic
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(adj) lacking imagination

prosaic
prophetic
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(adj) correctly predicting something that does eventually happen

prophetic
Prohibitive
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(adj) too expensive for most people; forbidding something

Prohibitive
pragmatic
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(adj) more concerned with practical results than with theories and principles; practical

pragmatic
plausible
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(adj) believable; likely to be true

plausible
plaudit
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(noun) praise; expression of approval

plaudit
petulant
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(adj) ill-tempered or sulky in a peevish manner; irritable

petulant
penchant
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(noun) a strong tendency or liking for something

penchant
pedestrian
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(adj) dull; ordinary

pedestrian
paucity
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(noun) dearth; lack of something

paucity
panacea
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(noun) a supposed cure for all problems or diseases

panacea
ostentatious
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(adj) rich and showy

ostentatious
ornate
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(adj) excessively decorative

ornate
opulence
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(noun) wealth; lavishness

opulence
notoriety
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(noun) fame for an undesirable reason

notoriety
Nostalgia
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(noun) a yearning for the past

Nostalgia
nefarious
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(adj) evil; wicked

nefarious
naïveté
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(noun) innocence; inexperience

naïveté
mundane
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(adj) ordinary; dull; routine

mundane
motley
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(adj) varied; assorted

motley
mollified
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(verb) calmed or soothed

mollified
marred
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(verb) blemished; flawed

marred
mandate
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(noun) official command or order

mandate
lax
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(adj) not strict or careful enough

lax
juxtaposition
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(noun) the placement of two things side by side; combination of two contrasting things

juxtaposition
judicious
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(adj) sensible and wise

judicious
jaded
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(adj) bored; no longer interested in something

jaded
insipid
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(adj) dull; lacking lively qualities

insipid
innocuous
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(adj) harmless

innocuous

SAT Vocab Quiz
SAT Vocab Quiz