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SAT vocabulary practice

SAT vocabulary practice

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      • debilitate:
      • ( dee-BIL-i-tayt)
      • to impair the strength of; to make weak
      • If Maria kicks Manuel in the knee, he will be debilitated fot the rest of the day.
      • delineate:
      • (dee-LIN-ee-ayt)
      • To identify or separate by
      • certain characteristics
      • It is easy to delineate GI students because they wear a specific uniform.
      • depravity:
      • (dee-PRAV-i-tee)
      • The condition of corrupt morals or the breaking society norms for personal interest
      • David's level of depravity lead him to torture the kittens to see how much pain they could tolerate.
      • deprecate:
      • (DEH-preh-kayt)
      • To express disapproval
      • of a situation or somebody; condemn
      • Her self-deprecating attitude because of her lack of ability made Lucy frustrated in physics class.
      • despondent:
      • (dee-SPON-dehnt)
      • Feeling extreme
      • discouragement or
      • dejection; sadness or depressed state
      • Laura felt despondent about her grade on the English test.
      • despot:
      • (DEHS-pot)
      • Ruler with absolute
      • power
      • Since Maria was chosen as the leader of the group, she has started acting like a despot.
      • deterrent:
      • (dee-TER-ehnt)
      • Something detours or
      • sends you in another direction.
      • The expensive food was a deterrent to eating in the cafeteria at GI so everyone went hungry.
      • didactic:
      • (dai-DAK-tik)
      • Interactive teaching; hands-on learning
      • Laura did a didactic exercise to teach Lucy how to remember the names of the planets.
      • diminution:
      • (di-mi-NEU-shun)
      • the act, fact, or process of diminishing, lessening; reduction.
      • (diminutive)
      • The diminution of the homework decreased the stress on the 11th grade students.