PSAT Parody Flashcards. By: Daniel Dahmash. Innocuous Not Innocuous. Innocuous = harmless or not likely to irritate or offend. . Belligerent= aggressive or warlike . Like this guy . Belligerent. Cacophonous=. harsh, unpleasant, raucous.
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By: Daniel Dahmash
Like this guyBelligerent
harsh, unpleasant, raucousThese two places make for harsh conditions. Cacophonous refers to HARSH SOUND! CONTEXT = KEY!
Spacious or roomy, large in capacity
Here is a picture of one of Donald Trump’s houses.
I think it is pretty capacious.
This baby is looking very jejune right now.Jejune=without interest or significance, insipid, dull
Not AbstruseAbstruse=difficult to understand or incomprehensible
Exceeding what is sufficient or necessary
This family has a superfluous amount of kids.
These guys were very preeminent in their sport.Preeminent=supreme or surpassing all others
Cheerfully optimistic, confident or hopeful
I doubt this seal is very sanguine.
Not VigilantVigilant=watchful for danger, very alert
The basket was inaccessible for the fat guy.Inaccessible=not accessible or reachable