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By Murray Bromberg, Melvin Gordon

A Barron's best-seller for greater than 4 many years, the brand-new 6th variation of 1100 phrases you want to be aware of has been increased and up-to-date with more--
Word lists and definitions
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Words-in-context exercises
All new phrases for college students to benefit are positioned within the context of sentences which were chosen from recognized novels, performs, poems, newspaper editorials, and television announces. For optimum ease and delight in studying, the authors suggest 15-minute classes with this booklet. through the years, hundreds of thousands of scholars getting ready for the SAT and ACT have depended on earlier variations of 1100 phrases you must comprehend as a good way to reinforce their be aware strength. a brand new characteristic within the 6th variation is The Lighter contact a hundred, a suite of a hundred humorous one-liners which use phrases from the booklet it's good to be aware of.

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Complete failure ____ 5. deride e. reaching maturity early ____ 6. discern f. talkative ____ 7. disparage g. practicable ____ 8. dubious h. to make fun of ____ 9. eschew i. contrary ____ 10. feasible j. wealthy ____ 11. fiasco k. keep away from ____ 12. laudable l. recognize ____ 13. masticate m. crush, stop ____ 14. obsolescence n. to discredit ____ 15. perfunctory o. person you tell your secrets to ____ 16. perverse p. disappointment ____ 17. precocious q. uncertain ____ 18. quell r. commendable ____ 19.

Process of wearing out 9. obsolescence ____ d. put an end to 10. dubious ____ e. doubtful Today's Idiom thumb's downsignal of rejection (Roman emperors could condemn a gladiator who fought poorly by turning their thumbs down) My father turned thumbs down on our plan to hitchhike to Florida during Easter. Answers are on Page 307 < previous page page_37 next page > page_38 < previous page next page > Page 38 5th Day Review After reading about these new ideas, you should be inventive enough to handle this review.

Remarkably bad 10. paucity ____ e. bitter Today's Idiom to pass the buckto evade responsibility (the "buck" may have been a piece of buckshot passed from one poker player to another to keep track of whose turn it was to deal) He always gives me a straight answer and never tries to pass the buck. Answers are on Page 306 < previous page page_29 next page > page_30 < previous page next page > Page 30 4th Day New Words elicit pernicious tolerate construe impunity i lis′ it Our Pyrrhic Victory* Mr. Dorsey summoned a representative group of teachers and student leaders to his office in order to elicit their reactions to the suspension of the football captain.

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