The 250 Most Difficult SAT Words Set 01D
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endysea on August 16, 2008
Sets B, C, and D give example sentences of the words taken from the 250 SAT Word series. Users should combine from 3 to 5 sets marked B, C, or D together - for example, 1C, 2C, 3C, and 4C - and generate multiple choice question tests to practice SAT-like questions.
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|anathema||The Pope has condemned the slave trade but no more heed is paid to his _______________ than to the passing wind.|
|Abrogation||_______________ is a formal act of putting an end to something such as a law, agreement, or practice.|
|acrimony||Finally, tired of disputing, and remorseful for their _______________, they dined amicably together.|
|alacrity||Tom gave up the brush with reluctance in his face, but _______________ in his heart.|
|adumbrated||Leon Guggenhammer was young and fat; not a day more than thirty, his face, save for the _______________ puff sacks under the eyes, was as smooth and lineless as a boy's.|
|abjure||Once a man has lost his self-respect, and has decided to _______________ his better qualities and human dignity, he falls headlong, and cannot choose but do so.|
|acumen||He is not as forceful a character as Mike Lester, with less in the way of business _______________ or entrepreneurial flair, but he is technically competent.|
|approbation||The goods are not allowed to be exported without _______________ of the customs.|
|antipathy||Despite the deep _______________ between them, the two sides have managed to negotiate an agreement.|
|acerbic||Jill became extremely _______________ and began to cruelly make fun of all her friends|