TOEFL 100+ – Key Vocabulary Needed to Achieve 100+ on the TOEFL (Top 1100+ Terms)/
Target 100+ Deck 15

Target 100+ Deck 15

Total: 20 words

incense

verb

to severely offend or anger someone

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verdict

noun

a decision or judgment made after much consideration about something, especially in a court of law

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prodigy

noun

someone who is incredibly gifted or skilled at something; a genius

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salient

adjective

noticeable or prominent; protruding or pointing outward

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haphazard

adjective

random or unplanned; lacking order or purpose

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solitary

adjective

alone; unattended or without others

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groom

verb

to tend carefully to or make something neat, tidy, presentable, or appealing

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metamorphic

adjective

(in geology) of or relating to rocks that have gone through physical change due to heat or pressure

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saturate

verb

to cause something or someone to be fully soaked in liquid

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ally

noun

a country, person, or group that helps another, especially in times of competition, conflict, or war

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metamorphic

adjective

(in biology) of or relating to the physical change of an organism or living being after birth

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saturate

verb

to fill a space completely with something

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ally

verb

to join another group, person, etc. in order to give or receive support

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fiscal

adjective

relating to finance or financial matters, such as money, taxes, or public or private revenues

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philanthropy

noun

an act or gift done or made for humanitarian purposes

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proliferation

noun

the growth or spread of something, especially in a rapid manner

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confer

verb

to grant or present an honor, title, award, etc. to someone

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slick

adjective

smooth or glossy; looking oiled, wet, or slippery

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vascular

adjective

(in anatomy) of or relating to vessels or tubes, especially those that carry blood

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fabricate

verb

to concoct, devise, or invent something, such as a lie or a story

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