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Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 14
catalyst n.
jargon n.
judicious adj.
foible n.
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
showing sound judgment
a minor weakness in character
catalyst n.
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
jargon n.
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
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Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
showing sound judgment
a minor weakness in character
catalyst
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
jargon
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
15 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
showing sound judgment
a minor weakness in character
catalyst
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
jargon
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
15 terms
lesson 14 book 4 new sat
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
a person under the guidance or training of another n.
difficult to see adj.
extremely vicious adj
calm and unemotional adj.
protege
a person under the guidance or training of another n.
indiscernible
difficult to see adj.
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Vocab for New SAT Book Two Lesson 14
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
n. lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness (syn: frivol…
n. practical joke; a trick (syn: fraud; fake)
adj. friendly; peaceable (syn: agreeable; amiable / ant: quar…
adj. aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant (ant: meek…
levity
n. lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness (syn: frivol…
hoax
n. practical joke; a trick (syn: fraud; fake)
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Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
showing sound judgment
a minor weakness in character
catalyst
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
jargon
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 14 A
adulterate (uh DUL ter ate)
animosity (an uh MAH suh tee)
apocryphal (uh PA kra ful)
avarice (AV uh ris)
Definition: to make impure by adding lesser substances; to co…
Definition: harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred... Senten…
Definition: of doubtful origin or authenticity, not genuine... S…
Definition: greed for wealth... Sentence: The _____________ of t…
adulterate (uh DUL ter ate)
Definition: to make impure by adding lesser substances; to co…
animosity (an uh MAH suh tee)
Definition: harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred... Senten…
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book Three: Lesson 14
bombast
orthography
paleontology
recoil
(n) impressive but meaningless language
(n) correct spelling
(n) a science dealing with prehistoric life through the study…
(v) to retreat; to draw back
bombast
(n) impressive but meaningless language
orthography
(n) correct spelling
13 terms
SAT Lesson 14 B Vocabulary
hedonist (HEED un ist)
indefatigable (in deh FAT uh guh bul)
interminable (inTUR mun uh bul)
naive (na EVE)
Definition: one who seeks pleasure as the sole aim in life... Se…
Definition: tireless, incapable of being fatigued... Sentence: T…
Definition: having or seeming to have no end, wearisomely pro…
Definition: unsophisticated; inexperienced... Sentence: Many ___…
hedonist (HEED un ist)
Definition: one who seeks pleasure as the sole aim in life... Se…
indefatigable (in deh FAT uh guh bul)
Definition: tireless, incapable of being fatigued... Sentence: T…
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Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
showing sound judgment
a minor weakness in character
catalyst
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
jargon
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
15 terms
Lesson 14 Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book One
Catalyst
Jargon
Judicious
Foible
A person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
A vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
Showing sound judgement
A minor weakness in character
Catalyst
A person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
Jargon
A vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus, New SAT (Lesson 14)
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
n. a person, thing or agent that causes or speeds up a reacti…
n. vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
adj. showing sound judgement
n. a minor weakness in character
catalyst
n. a person, thing or agent that causes or speeds up a reacti…
jargon
n. vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
15 terms
Lesson 14 Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book One
catalyst... noun
jargon... noun
judicious... adjective
foible... noun
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people... syn:…
showing sound judgment... syn: sensible; wise; careful... ant: fo…
a minor weakness in character... syn: fault; shortcoming
catalyst... noun
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
jargon... noun
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people... syn:…
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for New SAT:Lesson 14
levity
hoax
amicable
obstrepous
n. lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
n. a practical joke; a trick
adj. friendly; peaceable
adj. aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
levity
n. lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
hoax
n. a practical joke; a trick
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Lesson 14: Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT/ACT Book 2
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
a practical joke; a trick
friendly; peaceable
aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
hoax
a practical joke; a trick
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Lesson 14
Levity
Hoax
Amicable
Obstreperous
Lack of Seriousness
A trick
Friendly
Stubborn and defiant
Levity
Lack of Seriousness
Hoax
A trick
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SAT Lesson 14
assiduous
deride
fastidious
incontrovertible
hard-working; diligent
to laugh at mockingly, scorn
meticulous, demanding, having high and often unattainable sta…
indisputable
assiduous
hard-working; diligent
deride
to laugh at mockingly, scorn
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the new SAT Lesson 14 RRG
Catalyst
Jargon
Judicious
Foible
N. A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a react…
N. Vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people... -Jo…
ADJ. Showing sound judgment ... -A judicious manager avoids favo…
N. A minor weakness in character... -The chef's only foible was…
Catalyst
N. A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a react…
Jargon
N. Vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people... -Jo…
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vocabulary power plus for the new sat book 2: lesson 14
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
a practical joke; a trick
friendly; peaceable
aggressively boisterous; stubborn
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
hoax
a practical joke; a trick
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Lesson 14 - SAT Vocabulary
sundry
supplant
surfeit
tether
various , several, miscellaneous
to take the place of
an overabundant amount, especially eating or drinking
a rope or chain that allows limited movement; the limit of on…
sundry
various , several, miscellaneous
supplant
to take the place of
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SAT Lesson 14
abstinence
annihilation
callous
delve
n. the practice of refraining from indulgence; doing without
n. total distruction
adj. emotionally unfeeling; insensitive
v. to search deeply, as though digging
abstinence
n. the practice of refraining from indulgence; doing without
annihilation
n. total distruction
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SAT Lesson 14
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition
a practical joke
peaceable
aggressively boisterous
levity
lightness of disposition
hoax
a practical joke
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Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 14
enervated
indolent
languor
lassitude
tired, lacking energy; spent of energy, dissipated
lazy; not wanting to do any work
a weak or lifeless feeling
a tired feeling, usually resulting from depression or too muc…
enervated
tired, lacking energy; spent of energy, dissipated
indolent
lazy; not wanting to do any work
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Lesson 14 SAT Vocab
adulterate
animosity
apocryphal
avarice
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
of doubtful origin or authenticity, not genuine
greed for wealth
adulterate
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
animosity
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
25 terms
SAT Vocab Lesson 14
adulterate
animosity
apocryphal
avarice
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
of doubtful origin or authenticity, not genuine
greed for wealth
adulterate
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
animosity
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT book 4 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
a person under the guidance or training of another
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
extrememly infectious or poisonous
calm and unemtional
protege
a person under the guidance or training of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
25 terms
SAT Vocab Lesson 14
Adulterate
Animosity
Apocryphal
Avarice
To make impure by adding lesser substances
Harsh feelings, resentment
Not genuine
Greed for wealth
Adulterate
To make impure by adding lesser substances
Animosity
Harsh feelings, resentment
25 terms
SAT Vocab Lesson 14
adulterate
animosity
apocryphal
avarice
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
of doubtful origin or authenticity, not genuine
greed for wealth
adulterate
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
animosity
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
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Lesson 14 Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book One
catalyst... noun
jargon... noun
judicious... adjective
benediction... noun
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people... syn:…
showing sound judgment... syn: sensible; wise; careful... ant: fo…
the act of blessing... ant: course; malediction
catalyst... noun
a person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
jargon... noun
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people... syn:…
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book Two Lesson 14
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
n. lightness of disposition
n. a practical joke
adj. friendly; peaceable
adj. aggressively boisterous
levity
n. lightness of disposition
hoax
n. a practical joke
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book One Lesson 14
Catalyst
Jargon
Judicious
Foible
A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
Vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
Showing sound judgment
A minor weakness in character
Catalyst
A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
Jargon
Vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
25 terms
SAT Vocab Lesson 14
adulterate
animosity
apocryphal
avarice
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
of doubtful origin or authenticity, not genuine
greed for wealth
adulterate
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
animosity
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 3 Lesson 14
Bombast
Orthography
Paleontology
Recoil
Impressive but meaningless language
Correct spelling
The study of fossils
To retreat
Bombast
Impressive but meaningless language
Orthography
Correct spelling
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SAT Vocab Lesson 14
bombast
orthography
recoil
panache
impressive but meaningless language
correct spelling
to retreat; to draw back
self-confidence; a showy manner
bombast
impressive but meaningless language
orthography
correct spelling
8 SAT Lesson 14
Forthright
Frank
Fray
Fusillade
directly forward; without hesitation; a straight path
marked by free and sincere expression
fight or scuffle; brawl
a rapid outburst or barrage
Forthright
directly forward; without hesitation; a straight path
Frank
marked by free and sincere expression
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT book 4 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
a person under the guidance or training of another... syn: appre…
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive... syn: impercept…
extrememly infectious or poisonous... syn: venomous, toxic... ant:…
calm and unemotional... syn: apathetic, cold, unfeeling... ant: lik…
protege
a person under the guidance or training of another... syn: appre…
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive... syn: impercept…
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Lesson 14
adulterate
animosity
apocryphal
avarice
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
of doubtful origin or authenticity, not genuine
greed for wealth
adulterate
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
animosity
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT - Book 1: Lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
a person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
showing sound judgment
a minor weakness in character
catalyst
a person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
jargon
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT book 4 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
a person under the guidance or training of another
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
extrememly infectious or poisonous
calm and unemtional
protege
a person under the guidance or training of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book One Lesson 14
Catalyst
Jargon
Judicious
Foible
A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
Vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
Showing sound judgment
A minor weakness in character
Catalyst
A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
Jargon
Vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
10 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT book 4 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
artisan
a person under the guidance or training of another
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
extrememly infectious or poisonous
a skilled manual worker; a craftsperson
protege
a person under the guidance or training of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
15 terms
Vocabulary power plus for the new sat book three: lesson 14
Bombast
Orthography
Paleontology
Recoil
Impressive but meaningless language
Correct spelling
A science dealing with prehistoric life through the study of…
To retreat
Bombast
Impressive but meaningless language
Orthography
Correct spelling
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT book 4 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
a person under the guidance or training of another
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
extrememly infectious or poisonous
calm and unemtional
protege
a person under the guidance or training of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
10 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT book 4 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
artisan
a person under the guidance or training of another
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
extrememly infectious or poisonous
a skilled manual worker; a craftsperson
protege
a person under the guidance or training of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
21 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book Two - Lesson 14
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
a practical joke; trick
friendly; peaceable
aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
hoax
a practical joke; trick
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT book 4 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
a person under the guidance or training of another
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
extremely infectious or poisonous
calm and unemotional
protege
a person under the guidance or training of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT - Book 1: Lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
n. a person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up or stim…
n. vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
a. showing sound judgment
n. a minor weakness in character
catalyst
n. a person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up or stim…
jargon
n. vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
18 terms
Lesson 14 Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book One
Catalyst
Jargon
Judicious
Foible
A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
A vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people(term…
Showing sound judgement(sensible; wise; careful)
A minor weakness in character(fault; shortcoming)
Catalyst
A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
Jargon
A vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people(term…
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 2 Lesson 14-15
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
a practical joke; a trick
friendly; peaceable
aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
hoax
a practical joke; a trick
15 terms
Vocab Power PLus for the New SAT: Book 2 lesson 14
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
a practical joke; a trick
friendly; peaceable
aggressively boisterous; stubborn
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
hoax
a practical joke; a trick
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