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PSAT Week 2
affluence
alleviate
ambiguous
ample
riches/wealth - Riqueza - 富/富
to relieve - para aliviar - 緩和する
open-ended; vague - Abierto vago - オープンエンド。曖昧
more than enough - más que suficiente - 十二分に
affluence
riches/wealth - Riqueza - 富/富
alleviate
to relieve - para aliviar - 緩和する
54 terms
PSAT II WEEK 2
Agleam
Aloof
Archaic
Caginess
Brightly shining
Distance physically or emotionally
No longer current or applicable
The quality or condition of being wary; caution
Agleam
Brightly shining
Aloof
Distance physically or emotionally
35 terms
PSAT 1 - Week 2 Vocabulary
abomination n
deja vu n.
deadlock n
demise n.
anything hateful and disgusting... Is clearing a forest to put…
the illusion that one has previously had an experience that i…
a standstill resulting from the action of equal and opposed f…
end, death, termination... Jerry's habitual drug use eventually…
abomination n
anything hateful and disgusting... Is clearing a forest to put…
deja vu n.
the illusion that one has previously had an experience that i…
118 terms
Jesuit PSAT Week 2
Bland
Blandishment
Blasphemy
Blatant
lacking flavor or zest; dull
flattery; sweet talk
insult to anything sacred; profanity
offensively noisy; totally obstrusive
Bland
lacking flavor or zest; dull
Blandishment
flattery; sweet talk
35 terms
PSAT 1 Week 2
abomination
deja vu
deadlock
demise
anything hateful and disgusting
the illusion that one has previously had an experience that i…
a standstill resulting from the action of equal and opposed f…
end; death; termination
abomination
anything hateful and disgusting
deja vu
the illusion that one has previously had an experience that i…
40 terms
PSAT Vocabulary - Week #2
reprehensible
revulsion
nefarious
defiant
deserving of disapproval
strong pulling or drawing away
extremely wicked
daring; bold; resistant to authority
reprehensible
deserving of disapproval
revulsion
strong pulling or drawing away
PSAT Vocab: Week 2
accruing
adept
ameliorate
annihilate
to accumulate or be added periodically
skillful; expert
to make better; improve
to destroy utterly; reduce to nothing
accruing
to accumulate or be added periodically
adept
skillful; expert
235 terms
Week 2 PSAT Vocab
arid
array
arrears
Arrogant
dry
an orderly arrangement
in debt
haughty; concieted
arid
dry
array
an orderly arrangement
PSAT VOCAB WEEK 2
conciliatory (adj)
credible (adj)
exonerate (v)
incontrovertible (adj)
appeasing, soothing, showing willingness to reconcile
capable of being believed; plausible
to free from blame
indisputable; not open to question
conciliatory (adj)
appeasing, soothing, showing willingness to reconcile
credible (adj)
capable of being believed; plausible
50 terms
PSAT Vocab Week 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
capable of being believed; plausible
to free from blame
indisputable; not open to question
conciliatory
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
credible
capable of being believed; plausible
50 terms
PSAT Vocab Week 2
Conciliatory
Credible
Exonerate
Incontrovertible
Appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
Capable of being believed; plausible
To free from blame
Indisputable; not open to question
Conciliatory
Appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
Credible
Capable of being believed; plausible
15 terms
Quarter 1 Week 2 PSAT Word List
amalgam
ambulatory
ameliorate
amenable
mixture of different elements
able to walk
To improve
Willing to follow advice or authority
amalgam
mixture of different elements
ambulatory
able to walk
20 terms
PSAT vocabulary week 2
Accost
Adroit
Avid
Cajole
To approach and speak to
Skillful
Eager
Coax, wheedle
Accost
To approach and speak to
Adroit
Skillful
50 terms
Week 2 PSAT words
Adjunct
Anomalous
Belligerent
Censure
Something joined or added
Out of place
Waging war
To blame
Adjunct
Something joined or added
Anomalous
Out of place
psat words week 2
Dawdle
Deplore
Discernable
Disperate
to waste time
disapprove strongly
noticeable
very different
Dawdle
to waste time
Deplore
disapprove strongly
12 terms
PSAT Week 2
Abdicate
Amicable
Benign
Impartial
•v. Give up resign, as to abdicate a throne... •The king chose…
•adj. Pleasant, friendly... •Parents who are divorced shoupd tr…
•adj. Good nature, kindly, favorable... •The Pope has an extrem…
•adj. Unbiased, treating all equally... •Juries should be impar…
Abdicate
•v. Give up resign, as to abdicate a throne... •The king chose…
Amicable
•adj. Pleasant, friendly... •Parents who are divorced shoupd tr…
118 terms
Jesuit PSAT Week 2
Bland
Blandishment
Blasphemy
Blatant
lacking flavor or zest; dull
flattery; sweet talk
insult to anything sacred; profanity
offensively noisy; totally obstrusive
Bland
lacking flavor or zest; dull
Blandishment
flattery; sweet talk
11 terms
psat week 2
fallow
fatuous
feral
fetid
unused land
foolish
wild
smelly, stinky
fallow
unused land
fatuous
foolish
PSAT Vocabulary Week 2
antithesis
arbitrate
asymmetrical
attenuate
direct opposite
to settle a dispute by impulse
lopsided; not symmetrical
weaken
antithesis
direct opposite
arbitrate
to settle a dispute by impulse
171 terms
psat vocab week 2
ubiquitous
ulcerous
ulterior
ultimatum
present everywhere
infected
hidden
a final demand
ubiquitous
present everywhere
ulcerous
infected
25 terms
PSAT week 2
Assail
Assuage
August
Avow
To attack
To calm
Worthy of respect
To declare openly
Assail
To attack
Assuage
To calm
18 terms
PSAT Vocab Week 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
yielding
plausible
excuse
indisputable
conciliatory
yielding
credible
plausible
PSAT Vocab week 2
perfunctory
penitent
opulence
oblique
*acting routinely with little interest or care
*showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing... *repentant
*wealth... *affluence... *abundance
*slanting, indirect, evasive, devious, misleading
perfunctory
*acting routinely with little interest or care
penitent
*showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing... *repentant
15 terms
PSAT PREP Week 2
Arbitrary
Archaic
Assail
Assuage
random
old or old-fashioned
attack
relieve or sooth, satisfy
Arbitrary
random
Archaic
old or old-fashioned
20 terms
PSAT Vocabulary: Week 2
Absolve
Candor
Deference
Disparage
grant remission of a sin to
the quality of being honest and straightforward
courteous regard for people's feelings
express a negative opinion of
Absolve
grant remission of a sin to
Candor
the quality of being honest and straightforward
PSAT Vocab- Week 2
Affable
Affirmation
Aggregate
Alleviate
Easily approachable; warmly friendly
Assertion: confirmation
Total
Relieve
Affable
Easily approachable; warmly friendly
Affirmation
Assertion: confirmation
PSAT Vocabulary Week 2
Alleviate
Ambiguous
Ample
Apathy
to relieve
open-ended
more than enough
lack of emotion
Alleviate
to relieve
Ambiguous
open-ended
PSAT Sentences: Week 2
malice
oblique
opulence
penitent
Desire to harm others
Slanting, indirect evasive devious misleading
Wealth, affluence, abundance
Showing or feeling regret for wrong-doing
malice
Desire to harm others
oblique
Slanting, indirect evasive devious misleading
20 terms
PSAT VOCAB Week 2
laconic
throng
intrepid
accost
expressing much in few words
crowd
brave
to approach and speak to
laconic
expressing much in few words
throng
crowd
PSAT words week 2
Dawdle
Deplore
Discernible
Disparate
To waste time (verb)
Disapprove strongly (verb)
Noticeable; Able to be seen or recognized (adjective)
Very different (adjective)
Dawdle
To waste time (verb)
Deplore
Disapprove strongly (verb)
20 terms
PSAT Vocabulary Week 2
err
be
luc, lum
germ
wander
throughly
light
vital
err
wander
be
throughly
25 terms
PSAT Vocab - Week 2
collaborate
combustible
commensurate
conflagration
(v) work together
(adj) easily burned
(adj) equal in extent or size; proportionate
(n) fire
collaborate
(v) work together
combustible
(adj) easily burned
15 terms
PSAT week 1.2
impotent
maelstrom
frieze
diaphanous
(adjective) unable to take effective action; helpless or powe…
(noun) a powerful whirlpool in the sea or river.
(noun) broad horizontal band of sculpted or painted decoration.
(adjective) light, delicate, and translucent.
impotent
(adjective) unable to take effective action; helpless or powe…
maelstrom
(noun) a powerful whirlpool in the sea or river.
15 terms
PSAT week 1.2
impotent
maelstrom
frieze
diaphanous
(adjective) unable to take effective action; helpless or powe…
(noun) a powerful whirlpool in the sea or river.
(noun) broad horizontal band of sculpted or painted decoration.
(adjective) light, delicate, and translucent.
impotent
(adjective) unable to take effective action; helpless or powe…
maelstrom
(noun) a powerful whirlpool in the sea or river.
33 terms
PSAT Vocad Week 2
Concilatory
Credible
Exonerate
Incontrovertible
Appeasing; soothing
Capable of being believed
To free from blame
Indisputable; not open to question
Concilatory
Appeasing; soothing
Credible
Capable of being believed
50 terms
Week 2 PSAT Vocab
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
appeasing... soothing... showing willingness to reconcile
capable of being believed... plausible
to free from blame
indisputable... not open to question
conciliatory
appeasing... soothing... showing willingness to reconcile
credible
capable of being believed... plausible
50 terms
PSAT Vocabulary Week 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
adj. appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
adj. capable of being believed; plausible
v. to free from blame
adj. indisputable; not open to question
conciliatory
adj. appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
credible
adj. capable of being believed; plausible
42 terms
PSAT WEEK 2
chicancery
obsequious
sycophant
altruism
trickery
fawning and servile
insincere, obsequious flatterer
unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness
chicancery
trickery
obsequious
fawning and servile
PSAT Week 2
Culp
De
Dict
Dol
Blame
Down
Say
Grief
Culp
Blame
De
Down
50 terms
PSAT VOCAB. WEEK 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
appeasing, soothing, or showing a willingness to reconcile
capable of being believed; plausible
to free from blame
indisputable; not open to question
conciliatory
appeasing, soothing, or showing a willingness to reconcile
credible
capable of being believed; plausible
20 terms
PSAT Week 2 Words
Dawdle
Deplore
Discernible
Disparate
to waste time
to disapprove strongly
noticeable
different
Dawdle
to waste time
Deplore
to disapprove strongly
13 terms
Quarter 2 Week 11 PSAT Word List
Incrustation
Incumbent
Indelible
Ineffable
hard coating or crust
An officeholder who is seeking reelection.
not able to be erased or removed; memorable
Incapable of being expressed
Incrustation
hard coating or crust
Incumbent
An officeholder who is seeking reelection.
39 terms
PSAT words week 2
Conciliatory
Credible
Exonerate
Incontrovertible
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
capable of being believed; plausible
To free from blame
Indisputable; not open to question
Conciliatory
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
Credible
capable of being believed; plausible
25 terms
PSAT I Week 2
Amplify
Amenable
Auspicious
Condole
(Verb)- broaden or clarify by expanding; intensify; make stro…
(Adjective)- readily managed; willing to give in; agreeable;…
(Adjective)- favoring success; fortunate
(Verb)- express sympathetic sorrow
Amplify
(Verb)- broaden or clarify by expanding; intensify; make stro…
Amenable
(Adjective)- readily managed; willing to give in; agreeable;…
PSAT week 1.2
impotent
maelstrom
frieze
diaphanous
(adjective) lacking strength; helpless or powerless.
(noun) a powerful whirlpool in the sea or river.
(noun) decorative band on wall or top of building; ornate dec…
(adjective) translucent; transparent.
impotent
(adjective) lacking strength; helpless or powerless.
maelstrom
(noun) a powerful whirlpool in the sea or river.
12 terms
Quarter 2 Week 9 PSAT Word List
Fetid
Firebrand
Fitful
Foible
having a bad smell
hothead; troublemaker
spasmodic; intermittent; irregular
a minor weakness in character
Fetid
having a bad smell
Firebrand
hothead; troublemaker
12 terms
Quarter 2 Week 8 PSAT Word List
enigma
eschew
esoteric
euphonious
a puzzle; a mystery
avoid
Difficult to understand
pleasing in sound
enigma
a puzzle; a mystery
eschew
avoid
12 terms
Quarter 2 Week 10 PSAT Word List
Harangue
Hermetic
Iconoclastic
Idiosyncrasy
noisy, attacking speech
sealed by fusion so as to be airtight
attacking cherished traditions
individual trait, usually odd in nature
Harangue
noisy, attacking speech
Hermetic
sealed by fusion so as to be airtight
12 terms
Quarter 2 Week 6 PSAT Word List
dearth
decadence
deducible
deference
Scarcity
a period of decline, as in morals
derived by reasoning
courteous yielding to the wishes and ideas of another person
dearth
Scarcity
decadence
a period of decline, as in morals
12 terms
Quarter 2 Week 7 PSAT Word List
desultory
dichotomy
didactic
dilettante
aimless; haphazard; digressing at random
a division into two parts
Intended to teach
Person who takes up an art or activity for amusement only or…
desultory
aimless; haphazard; digressing at random
dichotomy
a division into two parts
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