SAT Vocabulary Set 3. English II. Term: frugal. Definition: thrifty, cheap Sample Sentence: A single person can live a frugal life on $350 a week. Synonyms: saving, miserly, economical. Term: resilient. Definition: quick to recover, bounce back
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Definition: thrifty, cheap
Sample Sentence: A single person can live a frugal life on $350 a week.
Synonyms: saving, miserly, economical
Definition: quick to recover, bounce back
Sample Sentence: After falling down the stairs, the girl showed resilience by getting back up.
Definition: mentally or physically exhausting
Sample Sentence: He went through a long arduous training program.
Synonyms: strenuous, difficult, rough
Definition: greatly embarassed
Sample Sentence: Zel was so mortified by her goofy hair, she just wanted to hide from everyone.
Synonyms: humiliated, shamed
Definition: extravagant or luxurious
Sample Sentence: Tina’s lavish party is a result of the killing she made in the market.
Synonyms: first class, grand
Definition: greedy or unable to be satisfied
Sample Sentence: Marlon’s voracious appetite left him wanting more.
Synonyms: starved, devouring
Definition: not very much
Sample Sentence: The food supply at the Salvation Army is meager this year. There is hardly anything.
sparse, too little
Definition: speed up
Sample Sentence: Without Larry to expedite the delivery, the package would be late.
Synonyms: accelerate, rush