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Vocab Sat List (3) - Mouza Aldhaheri
sentence: I don't gainsay that I have made some mistakes
antonym: confirm - admit
meaning : to declare not to be true
synonym: accuse , criminate , charge with, file charges against.
synonym: magnificence, impressiveness, glory,elegance
antonym: unimportance, insignificance
sentence:the grandeur of the royal palace left me speechless.
synonym: all-in, all-inclusive, with everything included,
antonym: exclusive , limited , restricted
sentence: Because the hotel's policies are inclusive, they apply to all guests.
antonym: truthful, sincere
sentence: It was hypocritical of her to tell her daughters to respect all religions when she herself did not do so.
synonym:dishonest, deceitful, two-faced,pretended
synonym:jumble , mishmash
sentence:while cleaning my room I found a hodgepodge of different buttons in a small box
synonym: inborn, natural, inherent, unlearned
antonym:acquired , learned
sentence:the little girl must have innate musical talent ; playing piano at this age requires an inborn gift
synonym: overwhelm, overload, overflow, submerge
sentence:water from the overflowing bathtub inundated the bathroom floor
synonym: deceive, trick, mislead,delude
antonym: reveal, undeceive
sentence:dishonest individuals try to hoodwink generous people into donating to fake charities.
synonym:break, gap, interruption
sentence:The song became especially popular because the rock band released it after a long hiatus of ten years.
antonym: acquit , free someone from criminal charge.
sentence: without enough proof the police could not indict him
sentence: husband your energy and try not to waste it
synonym:use sparingly or economically; conserve
synonym: pursuit of pleasure, pleasure-seeking, high living
sentence: My friend is a hedonist who likes to party all night
synonym: socialable , social , friendly , outgoing
antonym: unsociable , reserved
sentence: If you want to be more approachable, show a gregarious smile.
synonym: instinct , sixth sense
sentence:Thanks to his intuition, he was able to avoid the car accident and move out of the way.