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SAT vocabulary practice

SAT vocabulary practice

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  • 1. Inherent ( In-HEHR- ent ) Existing in someone or something as a permanent and inseparable element, quality, or attribute. Her inherent sense of justice made her separate the people in the fight.
  • 2. Innate ( In-NAYT) Existing in one from birth; inborn; native Luisa has a innate talent for music.
  • 3. Innocuous ( In-NAHK-EU- us) not harmful or injurious. Some apparently innocuous household products are surprisingly toxic.
  • 4. Insipid ( In-SI- pid ) Without sufficient taste to be pleasing, as food or drink; bland dull or boring related to people School food can be really insipid if it isn't cooked well.
  • 5. Instigate ( IN- sti – gayt ) To urge, provoke, or incite to some action or course Antonio commonly instigates people to start fighting; he is an instigator.
  • 6. Intermittent ( in-ter-MI- tehent ) alternately ceasing and beginning again at different intervals or time periods Windshield wipers have an intermittent setting.
  • 7. Intractable ( in-TRAK-ti- bul ) not easily controlled or directed; not docile or manageable; stubborn; obstinate Veronica is really intractable when we need to enter class.
  • 8. Ironic ( ai -RAHAN- ik ) not what the situation seems it should be or was thought would be normally It's ironic that Antonio supports the anti-smoking campaign when he is a smoker.
  • 9. Irresolute ( eer-REHS-oh- loot ) Unsure of how to act or proceed. Veronica is irresolute about which direction to go with her project.