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Inchoate
- just begun and so not fully formed or developed; rudimentary
Example: 1. "a still inchoate democracy"
2. inchoate feelings of affection for a man whom she had, up till now, thought of as only a friend>

Inchoate

just begun and so not fully formed or developed; rudimentary

Example: 1. "a still inchoate democracy"

2. inchoate feelings of affection for a man whom she had, up till now, thought of as only a friend>



Incongruous
- not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.
Examples:1. The duffel coat looked incongruous with the black dress she wore underneath
2. His outburst seemed incongruous to those who know him well.
synonyms: out of place, out of keeping, inappropriate, unsuitable, unsuited, wrong, strange,odd, curious, queer, absurd, bizarre; ill-matched, ill-assorted, mismatched, unharmonious,discordant, dissonant, conflicting, clashing, jarring, incompatible, different, dissimilar,contrasting, disparate

Incongruous

- not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.

Examples:
1. The duffel coat looked incongruous with the black dress she wore underneath

2. His outburst seemed incongruous to those who know him well.

synonyms: out of placeout of keepinginappropriateunsuitableunsuitedwrongstrange,oddcuriousqueerabsurdbizarreill-matchedill-assortedmismatchedunharmonious,discordantdissonantconflictingclashingjarringincompatibledifferentdissimilar,contrastingdisparate


Reciprocate

respond to (a gesture or action) by making a corresponding one.

Example: “the favor was reciprocated
synonyms: do the same (in return)respond in kindreturn the favor




Dodder

intransitive verb

Examples:

  1. <was doddering down the walk outside the nursing home>
  2. His mother was doddering and frail




satpreparationgroup:

#SATVocab LONGEVITY (noun). After proving your longevity in college, what do you want to be when you grow up? Write down your answer as a sample sentence in your vocabulary journal. -long existence or service; life span, lifetime, shelf life. “Her longevity with the company eventually paid off into a C-Level career.”

satpreparationgroup:

#SATVocab LONGEVITY (noun). After proving your longevity in college, what do you want to be when you grow up? Write down your answer as a sample sentence in your vocabulary journal.

-long existence or service; life span, lifetime, shelf life. “Her longevity with the company eventually paid off into a C-Level career.”



What Do We Get From Latin?: Sanctuary

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Sanctuary Decoration

Definition:

  1. Noun, a sacred or holy place

Origin: Latin

  1. sanctus, a, um (adj) - holy


 

SAT #WordoftheDay penchant (noun) - A strong or habitual liking for something or tendency to do something; (synonyms) inclination, tendency, leaning; (sample sentence) He had a penchant for collecting coins.

 

SAT #WordoftheDay penchant (noun) - A strong or habitual liking for something or tendency to do something; (synonyms) inclination, tendency, leaning; (sample sentence) He had a penchant for collecting coins.



What Do We Get From Latin?: Defenestrate

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defenestration

Definition:

  1. Verb, to throw someone or something out of a window

Origin: Latin

  1. de (prep) - down from/ out of
  2. fenestra, ae (noun) - window