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SAT Combined
unalloyed
amorphous
catharsis
deter
undiluted, total
lacking in shape
purging of pent up emotions
put off; prevent
unalloyed
undiluted, total
amorphous
lacking in shape
Preposition Combinations #2--SAT
approve
regard
identical
comply
of
as
to
with
approve
of
regard
as
Preposition Combinations--SAT
preoccupied
recover
conscious
compared
with
from
of
to
preoccupied
with
recover
from
Combination of SAT 12 and 13
alacrity
consternation
dither
hapless
cheerful readiness, promptness, or willingness (quickly and w…
a sudden, alarming amazement or dread that results in utter c…
a trembling or vibration; a state of flustered excitement or…
unlucky; unfortunate
alacrity
cheerful readiness, promptness, or willingness (quickly and w…
consternation
a sudden, alarming amazement or dread that results in utter c…
70 terms
SAT Vocab (Combination of all)
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
To regard with extreme repugnance; to loathe
A person who is utterly intolerant of any differing cream bel…
Pretended; unreal
To grant a franchise to
Abhor
To regard with extreme repugnance; to loathe
Bigot
A person who is utterly intolerant of any differing cream bel…
SAT Vocabulary Combined 16
Exodus
Exotic
Expedient
Exploit
A departure of a large group of people
Foreign or strikingly unusual
Advantageous to one's own interests or a means to end
A heroic deed or to selfishly use to advantage
Exodus
A departure of a large group of people
Exotic
Foreign or strikingly unusual
70 terms
SAT Vocab (Combination of all)
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
To regard with extreme repugnance; to loathe
A person who is utterly intolerant of any differing cream bel…
Pretended; unreal
To grant a franchise to
Abhor
To regard with extreme repugnance; to loathe
Bigot
A person who is utterly intolerant of any differing cream bel…
175 terms
SAT Vocabulary 1-7 (Combined)
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
praise, an award
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
accolade
praise, an award
36 terms
SAT Vocabulary 1-36 (combined)
apocryphal (adj)
solicitous (adj)
intransigence (n)
veracious (adj)
not authentic; invented rather than true; mythical; spurious;…
anxious; worried; apprehensive; concerned; mindful; eager; ex…
stubbornness; refusal of any compromise; obstinacy; obduracy;…
truthful; honest; accurate in content; precise
apocryphal (adj)
not authentic; invented rather than true; mythical; spurious;…
solicitous (adj)
anxious; worried; apprehensive; concerned; mindful; eager; ex…
1,475 terms
Combined SAT list and gradespelling
eccentric
accusations
impeccable
accosted
not behaving or thinking in an ordinary or accepted way; odd;…
statement that another person in guilty of a crime or error
flawless or blameless; perfect; incapable of misdeed
to approach and speak to in an aggressive or challenging way
eccentric
not behaving or thinking in an ordinary or accepted way; odd;…
accusations
statement that another person in guilty of a crime or error
372 terms
SAT Combined words
esoteric
espouse
esteem
ethereal
hard to understand
adopt; support
respect
light; heavenly
esoteric
hard to understand
espouse
adopt; support
174 terms
NEW SAT Vocabulary - COMBINED
tumult
liable
egocentrism
satiated
a loud, confused noise, esp one caused by a large mass of peo…
responsible by law; legally answerable
caring too much about yourself and not about others
to fill or supply beyond capacity or desire, often arousing w…
tumult
a loud, confused noise, esp one caused by a large mass of peo…
liable
responsible by law; legally answerable
333 terms
SAT Words (Combined)
Straightforward
Tranquil
Trivial
Vibrant
Uncomplicated and easy to do or understand; honest; unamibuous
Calm; peaceful; serene; placid
Of little value or importance
Full of energy and enthusiasm
Straightforward
Uncomplicated and easy to do or understand; honest; unamibuous
Tranquil
Calm; peaceful; serene; placid
431 terms
Combined SAT words for Baron
acrimonious
alacrity
bristle
cajole
bitter
briskness, lively action
stiffen with fear or anger
coax
acrimonious
bitter
alacrity
briskness, lively action
all of SAT words combined
abeyance
abnegation
acrimonious
agglomeration
a state of temporary inactivity
act of staying away from something
bitter or harsh
a cluster of something, mass of varied parts
abeyance
a state of temporary inactivity
abnegation
act of staying away from something
38 terms
SAT Preposition Combinations
in
to
in
to
origin
sensitive
originate
insensitive
in
origin
to
sensitive
115 terms
SAT Vocab Combined Sentences
Alturistic
Ambiviavent
Angular
Aversion
Nuns and nurses are usually very _______ people since they se…
I am _________ about a permanent relationship with him, becau…
The patient has lost so much weight that his face became ____…
I have an ________ to getting married.
Alturistic
Nuns and nurses are usually very _______ people since they se…
Ambiviavent
I am _________ about a permanent relationship with him, becau…
SAT Verb-Preposition Combinations 4
adopted
arrived
assert
condition
by
in
that
for
adopted
by
arrived
in
SAT Verb-Preposition Combinations 2
Occupation
Consistent
Sympathize
Correlate
with
with
with
with
Occupation
with
Consistent
with
SAT Verb-Preposition Combinations 1
Worry
Complain
Wonder
Curious
about
about
about
about
Worry
about
Complain
about
SAT Verb-Preposition Combinations 3
associate
accuse
apologize
arrive
with
of
for
at
associate
with
accuse
of
115 terms
SAT Vocab Combined
Alturistic
Ambiviavent
Angular
Aversion
unselfishly concern for the welfare of others; generous
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
sharp cornered, gaunt; lean
strong disinclination; disliking
Alturistic
unselfishly concern for the welfare of others; generous
Ambiviavent
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
SAT Vocabulary Combined 16 - 25
Flaunt
Flout
Fluctuate
Foible
To show off in an offensive way
To treat with scorn
To change continually from one position to another
A minor fault in character
Flaunt
To show off in an offensive way
Flout
To treat with scorn
SAT Vocab 1-4 Combined
abhor
affinity
abominate
abridge
To hate very much
a natural attraction, kinship, similarity
To dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loath…
to shorten
abhor
To hate very much
affinity
a natural attraction, kinship, similarity
10 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 1
Accolade
Acumen
Adept
Adroit
praise
quick accurate insight
expert or proficient
Skillful or dexterous
Accolade
praise
Acumen
quick accurate insight
15 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 2
Emulate
Epicure
Erudition
Espouse
model after
person with sensitive tastes
scholarship or learning
embrace or support
Emulate
model after
Epicure
person with sensitive tastes
15 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 4
Acerbic
Acrimonious
Admonish
Antipathy
harsh or bitter
angry or sarcastic
warn or caution
dislike or feeling of opposition
Acerbic
harsh or bitter
Acrimonious
angry or sarcastic
15 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 5
Expunge
Fatuous
Flippant
Gauche
obliterate or erase
foolish or silly
lacking respect or seriousness
lacking social polish or tactless
Expunge
obliterate or erase
Fatuous
foolish or silly
48 terms
English 10A: SAT Vocabulary Quiz 2 (Combination)
aphorism
aloof
confound
precarious
old saying or short, pithy statement
detached, indifferent
to baffle, perplex
uncertain, unsteady
aphorism
old saying or short, pithy statement
aloof
detached, indifferent
12 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 3
Perspicacious
Placid
Plaudit
Precocious
keen understanding
undisturbed or peaceful
applause or enthusiastic expression
early in mental development
Perspicacious
keen understanding
Placid
undisturbed or peaceful
17 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 10
Anomaly
Coagulate
Coalesce
Conjugal
irregularity or deviation from the norm
clot or solidify
combine, merge or join
matrimonial or marital
Anomaly
irregularity or deviation from the norm
Coagulate
clot or solidify
12 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 9
Oblique
Opaque
Ostracize
Pariah
indirect or evasive or misleading
not easily understood or blocking light
exclude from a group by common consent
outcast
Oblique
indirect or evasive or misleading
Opaque
not easily understood or blocking light
17 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 6
Rancorous
Recalcitrant
Refractory
Reproach
antagonistic or hostile
stubbornly resisting authority, handling or treatment
stubborn or unmanageable
express disapproval in someone
Rancorous
antagonistic or hostile
Recalcitrant
stubbornly resisting authority, handling or treatment
12 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 8
Abdicate
Arcane
Banal
Circuitous
formally relinquish responsibility
known or understood by only a few
trite or ordinary
rambling or indirect
Abdicate
formally relinquish responsibility
Arcane
known or understood by only a few
12 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 7
Coddle
Commensurate
Copious
Effrontery
spoil or baby
suitable in measure
plentiful
shameless boldness
Coddle
spoil or baby
Commensurate
suitable in measure
20 terms
Preposition Combinations--SAT
preoccupied
recover
conscious
compared
with
from
of
to
preoccupied
with
recover
from
500 terms
Combined SAT Vocabulary 1-50
Charlatan
Chronicle
Civil
Clamor
(n.) quack, pretender to knowledge
(v.) report; record (in chronological order
(adj.) having to do with citizens or the state; courteous and…
(n.) noise
Charlatan
(n.) quack, pretender to knowledge
Chronicle
(v.) report; record (in chronological order
48 terms
English 10A: SAT Vocabulary Quiz 3 (Combination)
sojurn
lexicon
salubrious
mawkish
(n./v.) visit, stay
(n.) dictionary, list of words
(adj.) healthful
(adj.) sickeningly sentimental
sojurn
(n./v.) visit, stay
lexicon
(n.) dictionary, list of words
108 terms
"SAT Sets 1-8 Combined"
dogmatic
deleterious
foreboding
ominous
firm, ridged in beliefs
harmful
threatening
threatening
dogmatic
firm, ridged in beliefs
deleterious
harmful
35 terms
Vocab Sat Prep Combined List
Oblivious
Remiss
Heedless
bemused
Lacking conscious awareness of
Failing in what duty requires
Marked by or paying little attention
Deeply absorbed in thought
Oblivious
Lacking conscious awareness of
Remiss
Failing in what duty requires
30 terms
SAT Bingo Combination of Lists 1 through 3
apathy
obscure
revere
innovation
having a lack of interest or feeling
when something is hard to understand or unclear
to hold in high esteem
having a new idea or new way of looking at something
apathy
having a lack of interest or feeling
obscure
when something is hard to understand or unclear
130 terms
SAT Hot Words Combined List
Prudent
Redundant
Reproach
Sedate
...
...
...
...
Prudent
...
Redundant
...
60 terms
SAT Vocab #7&#9 (Combined)
archipelago
baneful
chicanery
consign
a group of islands
exceedingly harmful; causing harm, dearth, ruin
deception by use of trickery
to entrust to the care of another
archipelago
a group of islands
baneful
exceedingly harmful; causing harm, dearth, ruin
SAT List 1 and 2 Combined
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Aversion
Having contrary ideas feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to…
Lean; sharp cornered; gaunt.
Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud.
Strong disinclination, disliking.
Ambivalent
Having contrary ideas feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to…
Angular
Lean; sharp cornered; gaunt.
30 terms
SAT Level 2: Weeks 1-3 Combined
jubilant
kindle
lackluster
magnitude
joyful and triumphant
to start a fire burning
lacking in energy or vitality
greatness; importance or influence
jubilant
joyful and triumphant
kindle
to start a fire burning
36 terms
SAT Vocab - Sets 1-3 Combined
enigma
apathy
indifferent
revere
a mystery; something difficult to explain and/or understand
lack of emotion or interest
having no preference
to worship or to honor
enigma
a mystery; something difficult to explain and/or understand
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
30 terms
Sophomore SAT words 1-30 Combined
predilection (preh-di-LEK-shun)
preclude (pree- KLOOD)
notoriety (noh-tor-AY-eh-tee)
meticulous (muh-TIK-yuh-lus)
n. partiality; preference
v. make impossible; eliminate
n. disrepute; ill fame
adj. excessively careful; painstaking
predilection (preh-di-LEK-shun)
n. partiality; preference
preclude (pree- KLOOD)
v. make impossible; eliminate
75 terms
SAT Vocab Week 6-10 Combined!!
Bolster
Exploit
Disclose
Opaque
Support or prop
Make use, sometimes unjustly
Make known; cause to be seen
Not transparent
Bolster
Support or prop
Exploit
Make use, sometimes unjustly
48 terms
English 10A: SAT Vocabulary Quiz 1 (Combination)
forlorn
garner
incredulous
magnanimous
adjective... dreary, deserted; unhappy, hopeless, despairing
verb... to gather, collect
adjective... skeptical, doubtful
adjective... generous, noble in spirit
forlorn
adjective... dreary, deserted; unhappy, hopeless, despairing
garner
verb... to gather, collect
10 terms
Combined SAT Flashcards Set 3.5
Reverent
Savant
Shrewd
Stature
devout or respectful
learned person or scholar
sharp intelligence, practical or tricky
height, level, or status
Reverent
devout or respectful
Savant
learned person or scholar
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