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6th Grade SAT Vocabulary
authorize
culprit
dawdle
dissect
(v.) to approve or permit; to give power or authority to
a guilty person
to waste time, to spend time idly, to move in a lackadaisical…
(v.) to cut apart in preparation for scientific study; to ana…
authorize
(v.) to approve or permit; to give power or authority to
culprit
a guilty person
16 terms
6th grade SAT word #3
skeptic
skeptical
belligerent
belligerently
one who doesn't' believe unless he or she is shown absolute p…
having doubts about what someone says
having a strong tendency to argue and fight
in a frightening or aggressive manner
skeptic
one who doesn't' believe unless he or she is shown absolute p…
skeptical
having doubts about what someone says
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SAT Vocabulary (6th Set)
exorbitant (adj)
cadence (n)
jovial (adj)
cower (v)
unreasonably high; excessive (usually negative connotation)
rhythmic flow of sounds or words
cheerful and friendly
withdrawal in fear; shrink away from
exorbitant (adj)
unreasonably high; excessive (usually negative connotation)
cadence (n)
rhythmic flow of sounds or words
399 terms
SAT 6th Grade Vocabulary
abandon
aberration
abet
abject
total lack of inhibition
Deviation from what is correct or right.
to aid; act as accomplice
miserable, pitiful
abandon
total lack of inhibition
aberration
Deviation from what is correct or right.
SAT Vocabulary 6th grade
Contemporary
Divergent
Ironic
Chronicle
Of the present time
Moving away from a common point
Opposite of what is expected
A record or history
Contemporary
Of the present time
Divergent
Moving away from a common point
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ajhs 6th grade sat set 1
Immense
Forsake
Expressly
Famished
Extremely large; huge.
To abandon, to give up, to renounce
Clearly
(adj.) extremely hungry
Immense
Extremely large; huge.
Forsake
To abandon, to give up, to renounce
7 terms
6th Grade SAT Words: set 4
agitation
alacrity
alias
alliteration
commotion; excitement; uneasiness
eagerness; zeal; speed
assumed name
repetition of the beginning sounds of words
agitation
commotion; excitement; uneasiness
alacrity
eagerness; zeal; speed
6th Grade SAT Vocabulary (Wordlist 16)
Abashed
Allusion
Ambivalent
Analogy
ashamed or sorry
indirect reference
undecided; unclear
comparison
Abashed
ashamed or sorry
Allusion
indirect reference
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6th Grade SAT Vocabulary (Wordlist 17))
ambivalent
apathy
autonomy
benevolent
undecided; having "mixed" feelings
lack of energy or interest
self-government
kindly
ambivalent
undecided; having "mixed" feelings
apathy
lack of energy or interest
6th Grade List 3- SAT Vocabulary Words
succinct
rant
arrogant
mundane
(adjective) clearly and briefly stated; concise
(verb) to talk very loudly, even wildly; rave
(adjective) overbearing; proud; haughty
(adjective) commonplace; ordinary
succinct
(adjective) clearly and briefly stated; concise
rant
(verb) to talk very loudly, even wildly; rave
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6th Grade SAT Vocabulary (Wordlist 16)
Abashed
Allusion
Ambivalent
Analogy
ashamed or sorry
indirect reference
undecided; unclear
comparison
Abashed
ashamed or sorry
Allusion
indirect reference
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6th Grade SAT Vocabulary (Word list 18)
accolade
allusion
ambivalence
analogy
praise
indirect reference
uncertainty; having "mixed" feelings
comparison
accolade
praise
allusion
indirect reference
SAT Vocab - 6th Word Set
nurture
condone
exculpatory
adversary
nourish; educate; foster
forgive; approve; excuse
clearing of guilt or blame
opponent
nurture
nourish; educate; foster
condone
forgive; approve; excuse
399 terms
6th grade SAT word list
abandon
aberration
abet
abject
total lack of inhibition
Deviation from what is correct or right.
to aid; act as accomplice
miserable, pitiful
abandon
total lack of inhibition
aberration
Deviation from what is correct or right.
11 terms
6th grade SAT Project unit 10
enunciate
eradicate
expedite
exploit
group of closely located islands... to state clearly and distinc…
eliminate
To increase the rate of progress
To make use of, develop; to make improper use of for personal…
enunciate
group of closely located islands... to state clearly and distinc…
eradicate
eliminate
254 terms
6th grade Verbal - All SAT Vocabulary words!
Syncopation
Indigenous
Revue
Fervent
(n) to stress the weak syllable
(adj) having originated or being produced
(n) a theatrical
(adj) having or displaying a passionate intensity
Syncopation
(n) to stress the weak syllable
Indigenous
(adj) having originated or being produced
6th grade sat list
Nat
Bene
Meter
Scope
Birth
Well
Measure
See, look
Nat
Birth
Bene
Well
10 terms
6th SAT Vocab Set
erudite
compunction
reverential
pedantic
learned and scholarly
a feeling of deep regret
honoring, respectful
overly concerned with formalism and precision, can also be ac…
erudite
learned and scholarly
compunction
a feeling of deep regret
30 terms
SAT Words 6th Set
Degenerate
Degrade
Deliberate
Delineate
v. become worse, deteriorate
v. lower in ranking or dignity, debase
v. consider, ponder
v. portray, depict, sketch
Degenerate
v. become worse, deteriorate
Degrade
v. lower in ranking or dignity, debase
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6th (YR1) Grade SAT Vocabulary
accolade
alienate
aloof
ambiance
award of merit; strong praise and approval
to make hostile; to cause to feel unwelcome or estranged
reserved, distant
mood, feeling, general atmosphere
accolade
award of merit; strong praise and approval
alienate
to make hostile; to cause to feel unwelcome or estranged
7 terms
6th Grade SAT Words list 3
Adept
Adjacent
Advantageous
Aerie
Proficient; masterful; expert
Next to
Favorable, useful
Nook or nest built high in the air
Adept
Proficient; masterful; expert
Adjacent
Next to
6th set of SAT
befuddle
morose
adjudge
accomplice
verb- to confuse; to stupefy
adjective- sullen; gloomy
verb- to decree; to ordain; to consider
noun- partner in crime; contributor
befuddle
verb- to confuse; to stupefy
morose
adjective- sullen; gloomy
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Vocabulary 6th SAT Prep
negligence
conspicuous
profound
ironic
carelessness... careless
standing out; obvious... different... Waldo isn't conspicuous.
deep; insightful... heartfelt... the advice was profound.
satiric; unexpected... random... Oh.. It's ironic that we'll be goi…
negligence
carelessness... careless
conspicuous
standing out; obvious... different... Waldo isn't conspicuous.
SAT prep for 6th grade Vocabulary words
Apparel
Besiege
Compress
Denounce
clothing; to dress
surround; harass; surround a place with armed forces
to flatten with pressure
blame; attack
Apparel
clothing; to dress
Besiege
surround; harass; surround a place with armed forces
6th Grade SAT Word List
abandon
aberration
abet
abject
total lack of inhibition
Deviation from what is correct or right.
to aid; act as accomplice
miserable, pitiful
abandon
total lack of inhibition
aberration
Deviation from what is correct or right.
6th Grade SAT Words
abandon
aberration
abet
abject
total lack of inhabitation
devastation from what is corrector right
to aid; act as accomplice ... \
miserable; pitiful
abandon
total lack of inhabitation
aberration
devastation from what is corrector right
6th grade SAT list
Nat
Bene
Meter
Scope
Birth
Well
Measure
See,look
Nat
Birth
Bene
Well
8 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary, Set 1
access
accommodate
accumulate
alien
the act of approaching or entering
provide a service or favor for someone; make fit for, or chan…
to increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or gather
(n.) a citizen of another country; (adj.) foreign, strange
access
the act of approaching or entering
accommodate
provide a service or favor for someone; make fit for, or chan…
16 terms
6th grade SAT & ACT words
abandon
aberration
abet
abject
total lack of inhibition
deviation from what is correct or right
to aid, act as accomplice
miserable, pitiful
abandon
total lack of inhibition
aberration
deviation from what is correct or right
10 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set 1
Autograph
Graffiti
Graphite
Paragraph
The signature of a famous person.
Pictures or words painted or drawn on a wall, building, etc.
A shiny, black substance that is used in pencils
A part of a piece of writing that deals with one subject, beg…
Autograph
The signature of a famous person.
Graffiti
Pictures or words painted or drawn on a wall, building, etc.
10 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set 2
Photocopy
Photon
Photograph
Photosynthesis
A paper copy of a document or picture that is made with a spe…
A tiny particle of light or electromagnetic radiation
A picture made by a camera
The process by which a green plant turns water and carbon dio…
Photocopy
A paper copy of a document or picture that is made with a spe…
Photon
A tiny particle of light or electromagnetic radiation
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Set 3: 6th Grade Vocabulary
apparel
apparel (syn)
apparel (ant)
besiege
(n) clothing, that which serves as dress or decoration; (v) t…
attire; garments; (v) decked out
(v.)undress, unclothe, strip, denude
(v) to attack by surrounding with military forces; to cause w…
apparel
(n) clothing, that which serves as dress or decoration; (v) t…
apparel (syn)
attire; garments; (v) decked out
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SAT list 1 (6th grade)
nat
bene
meter
scope
birth
well
measure
see, look
nat
birth
bene
well
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Set 4: 6th Grade Vocabulary
acute
acute (syn)
acute (ant)
bluster
(adj) with a sharp point; keen and alert; sharp and severe (鋭…
clever, penetrating (관통하는
dull (둔한, blunted, mild, stupid, obtuse
(v) to talk or act in a noisy and threatening way; to blow in…
acute
(adj) with a sharp point; keen and alert; sharp and severe (鋭…
acute (syn)
clever, penetrating (관통하는
SAT Terms 6th Set
Impute
Incompatible
Inconsequential
Inevitable
to attribute to someone
unable to work together
trivial
unavoidable, certain
Impute
to attribute to someone
Incompatible
unable to work together
10 terms
6th Sat word set
impute
incompatible
inconsequential
inevitable
to attribute to someone
unable to work together
trival
unavoidable, certain
impute
to attribute to someone
incompatible
unable to work together
20 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set 3
Apprehensive
Beacon
Economy
Genre
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
(n.) a guiding light or signal
(n.) A system by which goods and services are produced and di…
A division or type of literature
Apprehensive
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
Beacon
(n.) a guiding light or signal
10 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set 5
Pedestrian
Pedicure
Pedometer
Podiatrist
A person walking in a city or along a road.
A treatment to improve the appearance and health of the feet…
A device that measures the distance a person travels by walki…
A doctor who treats injuries and diseases of the foot.
Pedestrian
A person walking in a city or along a road.
Pedicure
A treatment to improve the appearance and health of the feet…
10 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set 3
Credential
Credible
Creditor
Creed
A quality, skill or experience that makes a person suited to…
Able to be believed; reasonable to trust or believe.
A person, bank or company that lends money to someone.
A statement of the basic beliefs of a religion; an idea or se…
Credential
A quality, skill or experience that makes a person suited to…
Credible
Able to be believed; reasonable to trust or believe.
10 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set 4
Audible
Audience
Audio
Audition
Heard or able to be heard.
A group of people who gather together to listen to or watch s…
Of or relating to the sound that is heard on a recording or b…
A short performance to show the talents of someone.
Audible
Heard or able to be heard.
Audience
A group of people who gather together to listen to or watch s…
60 terms
SAT lesson 6th grade
brevity
concise
laconic
pithy
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
using few words in speaking or writing
using few words in speech
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
concise
using few words in speaking or writing
10 terms
6th grade ELA 3 SAT
shun
resident
ruthless
obsolete
to keep away from; to take pains to avoid
one who lives in a place
having no compassion or pity; cruel; merciless
out of date; no longer in use or fashion
shun
to keep away from; to take pains to avoid
resident
one who lives in a place
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6th Grade Vocabulary Set 1
Jeopardize
Specializing
Relentless
Seismic
put at risk; endanger
Focusing or concentrating in a particular skill
continuous; unstoppable
vibrations that travel through Earth carrying the energy rele…
Jeopardize
put at risk; endanger
Specializing
Focusing or concentrating in a particular skill
10 terms
6th grade Vocabulary Set 1
abundant
barren
dwell
hoax
More than enough; plentiful
not productive, bare
to live somewhere
a practical joke; a trick
abundant
More than enough; plentiful
barren
not productive, bare
10 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set #5
loathe
reprimand (verb)
lackluster
caustic
to hate
to show sharp disapproval
dull
sarcastic, biting
loathe
to hate
reprimand (verb)
to show sharp disapproval
20 terms
6th Group- 9th Grade SAT vocab
Summation
Summit
Sumptuous
Sunder
Act of finding total; summary
Utmost height or pinnacle; highest point (of a mountain, etc)
Lavish; rich
Separate; part
Summation
Act of finding total; summary
Summit
Utmost height or pinnacle; highest point (of a mountain, etc)
10 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set #1
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
desiring or consuming great quantities
choosing at random without careful selection
of high reputation, outstanding
soaked, drenched, saturated
voracious
desiring or consuming great quantities
indiscriminate
choosing at random without careful selection
15 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary set 1
accumulate
aggravate
conserve
contaminate
verb. to increase in number or amount; to collect or gather
verb. to make worse; to annoy
verb. to save by using carefully
verb. to harm by contact with something undesirable
accumulate
verb. to increase in number or amount; to collect or gather
aggravate
verb. to make worse; to annoy
10 terms
6th Grade Vocabulary Set #3
laconic
throng
intrepid
accost
expressing much in few words
crowd
brave
to approach and speak to
laconic
expressing much in few words
throng
crowd
20 terms
DIDIER ELA 6th grade 2016-2017 SAT VOCAB #21-40
putative
tenacity
pretentious
innocuous
(adjective) Generally regarded as such; reputed; hypothesized…
(noun) Hanging on to something persistently or stubbornly
(adjective) Showing off; claiming or demanding a position of…
(adjective) Harmless, inoffensive; insignificant
putative
(adjective) Generally regarded as such; reputed; hypothesized…
tenacity
(noun) Hanging on to something persistently or stubbornly
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