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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Satiety: glutted state condition of being crammed fully
Example: [the satiety of the guests at the sumptuous feast became apparent]

Satire: ridicule
Example: [political satire]

Satiric:
in which vice, Resembling poetry, or corruption is held up to ridicule incapacity

Satirical:
sardonic, sarcastic, mocking
Example: [He would be able to smile upon her as Mr. Walpole was accustomed to smile when saying something very wicked and satirical]

Satirize:
To treat with sarcasm or derisive wit.

Satrap:
petty ruler working for a superior despot
Example: [the monarch and his satraps oppressed the citizens of the country]

Saturate:
soak
Example: [The grass had been saturated by overnight rain]

Saturnine:
gloomy
Example: [a saturnine character]

Satyr:
goat-man demigod

Saunter:
walk in a leisurely manner
Example: [He sauntered by, looking very pleased with himself]

Savage:
A wild and uncivilized human being.

Savant:
scholar
Example: [world famous savants]

Savoir-Faire:
polish tact
Example: [She possesses great savoir-faire]

Savor:
To perceive by taste or smell.

Savor (Savour):
enjoy
Example: [he savored mangoes]

Savory:
fragrant, tasty, appetizing, pleasant, agreeable
Example: [He sprinkled salt over the savory meat and brought it to Odysseus]

Savvy:
perceptive
Example: [business savvy]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Scabbard: The sheath of a sword or similar bladed weapon.

Scads:
large quantity, large number, tons, dozens, type of carangid fish
Example: [scads of jobs/scads of sharks]

Scale:
ascend climb up
Example: [The prisoner scaled the high prison wall and ran off]

Scant:
meager inadequate
Example: [scant regard for the truth]

Scanty:
insufficient meager
Example: [Teenage boys are more likely to be attracted by her scanty clothing and big guns]

Scapegoat:
one who takes blame for others
Example: [The captain was made a scapegoat for the team’s failure]

Scarcity:
insufficient not enough
Example: [the scarcity of skilled workers]

Scarify:
criticize
Example: [In the past, mild acids, or salt were used to scarify the skin but the scar could be as undesirable as the tattoo]

Scavenge:
search, go through, cleanse, salvage, feed on dead rotten flesh
Example: [There was a fair chance this early that he could scavenge something edible]

Scavenger:
animal which feeds on dead animals

Scenario:
screenplay plot outline
Example: [There are several possible scenarios]

Schematic:
representational, represented in symbolic form, conventional, oversimplified, chart
Example: [schematic drawings]

Scheme:
plot
Example: [All her ministers were scheming against her]

Schism:
a division or separation
Example: [a schism within the Church]

Scholar:
authority, expert, academic
Example: [a brilliant/leading/outstanding scholar]

Scholarly:
Characteristic of an erudite person.

Scholastic:
Pertaining to education or schools.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Scintilla: very small amount
Example: [There’s not a scintilla of truth in what he says]

Scintillate:
sparkle
Example: [I enjoyed the party because the food was good and conversation scintillating]

Scion:
descendent child
Example: [He’s the scion of a very wealthy family]

Scissile:
divisible, easily split, easily broken
Example: [The rocks mainly consist of scissile minerals]

Scoff:
ridicule
Example: [The critics scoffed at his paintings]

Scope:
A range of action or view.

Scorn:
reject disdain
Example: [She has nothing but scorn for him]

Scotch:
prevent, hinder, injure, crush, wound
Example: [This scheme was scotched by the refusal of the Russian Government to grant him the necessary authorization and passports]

Scoundrel:
unprincipled person
Example: [a heartless scoundrel]

Scourge:
whip, lash, severe punishment
Example: [they feared the plague and regarded it as a deadly scourge]

Scribble:
write down quickly, write without care
Example: [He gave me a writing-pad to scribble a note on]

Scribe:
One who writes or is skilled in writing.

Script:
Writing or handwriting of the ordinary cursive form.

Scriptural:
Pertaining to contained in or warranted by the Holy Scriptures.

Scruple:
qualm, hesitation, fragment, ethical consideration, very small amount
Example: [religious/moral/ethical scruples]

Scruples:
misgivings
Example: [Robin Hood had no scruples about robbing the rich to give to the poor]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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