SAT verbal preparation: Vocabulary Games: English

adj. incompressible
impartial, as judgment
being in a state of repose or inaction
resisting all attempts to reduce volume by pressure
cautious in action for fear of doing wrong

adj. loath
a place for cremating dead bodies
moving onward quickly and heedlessly
having a hairy covering

adj. premier
first in rank or position
deadly; fatal; contagious; infectious
given to excess in eating

adj. prolix
having womanish traits or qualities
lacking honor; having a bad reputation
affecting the sense of smell

adj. thermoelectric
denoting electricity produced by heat
relating to one of the English queens
holding the commonly accepted faith

adj. abhorrent
very repugnant; hateful
that may be done, performed or effected; practicable
aware that one lives, feels and thinks

adj. botanical
not to be approved, considered or allowed, as testimony
connected with the study or cultivation of plants

adj. absurd
being not beyond the reach of power natural, moral or supernatural
inconsistent with reason or common sense
light and unsubstantial

adj. inherent
incapable of being injured or disturbed
exhibiting moral skepticism

adj. officious
multiplied by six
intermeddling with what is not one's concern
reddish-brown, said usually of the hair
coarse or thick in nature or structure, as opposed to thin or fine