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  • 1. Word of the Week (WOW)
    Highlighting SAT Words
  • 2. WOW!
    intrepid(adjective)
    fearless; courageous & bold
    Word Origin: Latin
  • 3.
  • 4. Intrepid
    WOW
  • 5. WOW
    novice(noun)
    somebody who is beginning or learning an activity and has acquired little skill in it
    Synonyms—newcomer, neophyte
    Word Origin: Latin
  • 6. WOW
    Novice
  • 7. WOW!
    Jubilation(noun)
    An expression of joy ; the act of rejoicing
    Related words:
    jubilant, jubilance, jubilancy, jubilate, Jubilate, jubilee
    Word Origin: Latin
  • 8. WOW
    jubilation
  • 9. WOW
  • 10. WOW
    Transgression
  • 11. Sanguine(adjective)
    [sang-gwin]
    1. Cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident:
    2. Bloody, gory
    3.A reddish, ruddy complexion
    Word Origin: Latin
  • 12. WOW!
    absolve (v)
    to forgive, free from blame
    Transgression(noun)
    the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle; a sin or crime
    Tiger Woods apologized publicly for his many private transgressions. 
  • 13.
  • 14. Magnanimous
    (adjective)
    1. High-minded; Noble
    2. and character
    Revealing generosity or nobility of mind
    Word Origin: Latin
  • 15. WOW
    Magnanimous
  • 16. Prudent
    (adjective)
    1. Wise or judicious in practical affairs; sagacious;
     
    2. Careful in providing for the future; provident: a prudent decision.
    Word Origin: Latin
     
  • 17. WOW
    Prudent
  • 18. Fastidious
    (adjective)
    1. Excessively particular, demanding, and critical; hard to please
     
    2. Requiring excessive care; painstaking
    Word Origin: Latin
     
  • 19. WOW
    Fastidious
  • 20. Ubiquitous
    (adjective)
    1. Excessively particular, demanding, and critical; hard to please
     
    2. Requiring excessive care; painstaking
    Word Origin: Latin
     
  • 21. WOW
    ubiquitous