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Common SAT words 2
abate
aberration
boisterous
brazen
diminish
abnormality
lively, rambunctious; wild
unashamed
abate
diminish
aberration
abnormality
42 terms
SAT common words 2
sanguine
desecrate
erratic
ingenuity
cheerful; optimistic
to willfully violate or destroy sacred place
unpredictable; strange and unconventional
the power of creative imagination
sanguine
cheerful; optimistic
desecrate
to willfully violate or destroy sacred place
Common SAT Idioms 2
ENTHUSIASM
LISTENING
PREOCCUPATION
REGARD
FOR Hilary Clinton
TO "Lips of an Angel"
WITH the history of Franks
AS best album of the year
ENTHUSIASM
FOR Hilary Clinton
LISTENING
TO "Lips of an Angel"
20 terms
Common SAT 2
abate
abstain
asylum
boisterous
reduce or lessen
to refrain from doing something
sanctuary, place of safetly
enthusiastic, loud
abate
reduce or lessen
abstain
to refrain from doing something
20 terms
SAT Words-Most Common #2
compromise
condescending
conditional
conformist
(v) to settle a dispute by terms agreeable to both sides
(adj) possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
(adj) depending on a condition, e.g., in a contract
(n) person who complies with accepted rules and customs
compromise
(v) to settle a dispute by terms agreeable to both sides
condescending
(adj) possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
25 terms
Most Common SAT Vocab - #2
biased
brittle
brusque
burgeoning
preferential, prejudicial
fragile, likely to crack or break
abrupt in manner, blunt, rough
to flourish, to grow rapidly
biased
preferential, prejudicial
brittle
fragile, likely to crack or break
36 terms
Common Adverbs (SAT2)
a menudo
acaso
ahí
ahora
often
perhaps
there (near the speaker or the person spoken to)
now
a menudo
often
acaso
perhaps
5 terms
Common SAT Idioms 2
ENTHUSIASM
LISTENING
PREOCCUPATION
REGARD
FOR Hilary Clinton
TO "Lips of an Angel"
WITH the history of Franks
AS best album of the year
ENTHUSIASM
FOR Hilary Clinton
LISTENING
TO "Lips of an Angel"
Common SAT 2
convergence
deleterious
demagogue
digression
the state of separate elements coming together
harmful, destructive, detrimental
leader, ramble-rouser, usually appealing to emotions or preju…
the act of turning to the side, straying from the main point
convergence
the state of separate elements coming together
deleterious
harmful, destructive, detrimental
SAT Common Vocabulary 2
excruciating
impede
debunk
credence
very painful
slow down
prove to be false
belief
excruciating
very painful
impede
slow down
SAT Common Words 2
empathetic
deride
credence
leery
relating to feelings of others կարեկից
put down ծաղրել
belief
distrustful
empathetic
relating to feelings of others կարեկից
deride
put down ծաղրել
29 terms
1000 Common SAT Words (Volume 2) [B]
balk
ballad
banal
bane
(v.) to stop, block abruptly (Edna's boss balked at her reque…
(n.) a love song (Greta's boyfriend played her a ballad on th…
(adj.) dull, commonplace (The client rejected our proposal be…
(n.) a burden (Advanced physics is the bane of many students'…
balk
(v.) to stop, block abruptly (Edna's boss balked at her reque…
ballad
(n.) a love song (Greta's boyfriend played her a ballad on th…
20 terms
Common SAT 2
Abate
Abstain
Asylum
Boisterous
Reduce or lessen
To refrain from doung something
Sanctuary, place of safetly
Enthusiastic, loud
Abate
Reduce or lessen
Abstain
To refrain from doung something
16 terms
Vocabulary SAT common 2
Credence
Precedent
Excruciating
debunk
Belief
Earlier example
Very painful
prove to be false
Credence
Belief
Precedent
Earlier example
sat vocab common 2
excrusiating
ploy
destitute
glean
very painful
clever scheme
poor
collect
excrusiating
very painful
ploy
clever scheme
10 terms
Common SAT Words #2
Arid
Assiduous
Asylum
Benevolent
Extremely dry or deathly boring
Persistent, hard-working
Sanctuary, shelter, place of refuge
Friendly and helpful
Arid
Extremely dry or deathly boring
Assiduous
Persistent, hard-working
110 terms
Common SAT Words #2
malleable
melancholy
metaphor
misanthrope
easily influenced; able to be shaped without breaking
sadness
something symbolic of something else
someone who dislikes and avoids human society
malleable
easily influenced; able to be shaped without breaking
melancholy
sadness
137 terms
Common SAT Idioms-2
absent
acceptable
accused
accustomed
from
to
of
to
absent
from
acceptable
to
50 terms
SAT Common2
erratic
pugnacious
profuse
sanguine
unpredictable; strange and unconventional, adj. 古怪的,无常的
eager to fight or argue; verbally combative, adj. 爱争执的, 好斗的,滋事的
plentiful; pouring out in abundance, adj.大量的;众多的;丰富的
cheerful; optimistic, adj.充满信心的;乐观的
erratic
unpredictable; strange and unconventional, adj. 古怪的,无常的
pugnacious
eager to fight or argue; verbally combative, adj. 爱争执的, 好斗的,滋事的
10 terms
Common SAT words (set 2)
arid
assiduous
asylum
benevolent
extremely dry
hard-working
sanctuary
friendly, helpful
arid
extremely dry
assiduous
hard-working
10 terms
Common SAT Words (set 2)
arid
assidous
asylum
benevolent
Extremely dry
hard working
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
(adj.) kindly, charitabl
arid
Extremely dry
assidous
hard working
10 terms
Common Sat words - set 2
surreptitious
rudimentary
vacillate
prevaricate
(adj) secretive or quick so no one notice
(adj) basic, undeveloped
(v) to switch between two choices,to be unable to make decision
(v) to avoid telling the truth
surreptitious
(adj) secretive or quick so no one notice
rudimentary
(adj) basic, undeveloped
63 terms
SAT2: Common Reflexive Verbs
acostarse
afeitarse
bañarse
cansarse
to go to bed
to shave
to take a bath
to become tired
acostarse
to go to bed
afeitarse
to shave
15 terms
Most Common SAT Words part 2
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to shorten, abridge
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
(n) high praise
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
17 terms
Common SAT Words
Confirm
Substantiate
Support
Establish
to show that something is true or correct
to prove the truth of something
to agree with or approve of something
to cause something to be widely known and accepted
Confirm
to show that something is true or correct
Substantiate
to prove the truth of something
12 terms
SAT 2 Chemistry Common Lab
Pippette/Birutte
Graduated cylinder
Funnel
li+, cr+, ca+2
For small quantities
larger qualities. Not accurate instruments
filtration
red
Pippette/Birutte
For small quantities
Graduated cylinder
larger qualities. Not accurate instruments
20 terms
Common SAT Words part 2
compromise
condescending
conditional
conformist
to settle a dispute by terms agreeable to both sides
possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
depending on a condition
person who complies with accepted rules and customs
compromise
to settle a dispute by terms agreeable to both sides
condescending
possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
25 terms
Most Common SAT Vocab Words Set 2
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten
refraining from pleasurable activity
high praise
misfortune, unfavorable events
abbreviate
to shorten
abstinence
refraining from pleasurable activity
10 terms
SAT most common words set 2
analogy (noun)
inevitable (adj.)
mundane (adj.)
disdain (verb or noun)
a similarity between like features of two things on which a c…
that which is unavoidable
pertaining to this world or earth as contrasted with heaven;…
a feeling of contempt for anything regarded as unworthy; haug…
analogy (noun)
a similarity between like features of two things on which a c…
inevitable (adj.)
that which is unavoidable
Most Common SAT Words (2)
impute
incompatible
inconsequential
inevitable
to attribute an action to particular person or group
opposed in nature, not able to live or work togetherq
unimportant, trivial
certain, unavoidable
impute
to attribute an action to particular person or group
incompatible
opposed in nature, not able to live or work togetherq
18 terms
Common SAT Words 2.0
benign
emollient
dubious
spurious
not threatening
soothing
doubtful
fake
benign
not threatening
emollient
soothing
8 terms
SAT Common 300-11
agnostic
bellicose
cliche
diatribe
one who does not know whether there is a god
eager to fight
...
(n.) a bitter and prolonged verbal attack
agnostic
one who does not know whether there is a god
bellicose
eager to fight
8 terms
SAT Common 300-10
aggrandize
bedlam
churlish
devoid
to increase in power, influence, and reputation
(n.) a state or scene of uproar and confusion
lacking good manners
entirely without
aggrandize
to increase in power, influence, and reputation
bedlam
(n.) a state or scene of uproar and confusion
8 terms
SAT Common 300-12
agog
belligerent
coerce
dichotomy
(adj) highly excited by eagerness
combative; quarrelsome; waging war
(v.) to compel, force
a division into two parts
agog
(adj) highly excited by eagerness
belligerent
combative; quarrelsome; waging war
common prefixes sat vocab 2
too much
too little
into, on, in
not
hyper
hypo
in, il , im, ir
in, il, im, ir
too much
hyper
too little
hypo
20 terms
SAT Words Common Level 2
detrimental
paradoxial
deride
leery
causing harm
contradictory but true
put down
distrustful
detrimental
causing harm
paradoxial
contradictory but true
10 terms
SAT Common Prefixes pt. 2
in, il, im, ir (1)
in, il, im, ir (2)
inter
intra
not (inefficient, inarticulate, illegible, irrepressible)
in , upon (invite, incite, impression, illuminate)
between, among (intervene, international, interjection, inter…
within (intramural, introvert, intravenous)
in, il, im, ir (1)
not (inefficient, inarticulate, illegible, irrepressible)
in, il, im, ir (2)
in , upon (invite, incite, impression, illuminate)
Most Common SAT Vocab - #2
biased
brittle
brusque
burgeoning
preferential, prejudicial
fragile, likely to crack or break
abrupt in manner, blunt, rough
to flourish, to grow rapidly
biased
preferential, prejudicial
brittle
fragile, likely to crack or break
Common SAT words Set #2
dissipate
excavate
resilient
fastidious
(v) - to scatter, disperse. To spend wastefully, squander. To…
(v) - To make hollow as by digging. To expose or lay bare by…
(adj) - springing back, rebounding. Recovering readily from i…
(adj) - Hard to please. Requiring or characterized by excessi…
dissipate
(v) - to scatter, disperse. To spend wastefully, squander. To…
excavate
(v) - To make hollow as by digging. To expose or lay bare by…
SAT Second Common Meanings #2
Harbor
Hobble
Mint
Pedestrian
To possess, hold
Prevent, impede
To produce money, or as an adjective = perfect, like new
Unremarkable, uninteresting
Harbor
To possess, hold
Hobble
Prevent, impede
SAT common prefixes Part 2
peri
poly
post
pre
around, near
many
after
before
peri
around, near
poly
many
100 terms
100 Most Common SAT Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to shorten, abridge
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
(n) high praise
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
common roots English SAT 2
low
war
GOOD, WELL
book
bas
bell
ben
bibl
low
bas
war
bell
100 Most Common SAT Words - List 2
arid
assiduous
asylum
benevolent
(adj) extremely dry or deathly boring
(adj) persistent, hard-working
(n) sanctuary, shelter, place of refuge
(adj) friendly and helpful
arid
(adj) extremely dry or deathly boring
assiduous
(adj) persistent, hard-working
20 terms
SAT Common Words - Level 2 & 3
Deride
Impede
Credence
Perennial
Put down; Ridicule
Slow Down
Belief in a cause
Everlasting
Deride
Put down; Ridicule
Impede
Slow Down
20 terms
SAT Common Words - Level 1 & 2
Unprecedented
Rankle
Squander
Indigenous
Never done before
Getting under someone's skin
To waste
Native to an area (a plant, animal, or person)
Unprecedented
Never done before
Rankle
Getting under someone's skin
28 terms
SAT Reading Common Second Meanings 2/2
Harbor
Hobble
Mint
Pedestrian
To possess, hold
Prevent, impede
To produce money, or as an adjective = prefect, like new
Unremarkable, uninteresting
Harbor
To possess, hold
Hobble
Prevent, impede
29 terms
1000 Common SAT Words (Volume 2) [B]
balk
ballad
banal
bane
(v.) to stop, block abruptly (Edna's boss balked at her reque…
(n.) a love song (Greta's boyfriend played her a ballad on th…
(adj.) dull, commonplace (The client rejected our proposal be…
(n.) a burden (Advanced physics is the bane of many students'…
balk
(v.) to stop, block abruptly (Edna's boss balked at her reque…
ballad
(n.) a love song (Greta's boyfriend played her a ballad on th…
Common SAT Words (Set 2)
appropriate
arbitrary
ardent
ascendancy
acquire; take possession of for one's own use;
(adj.) unreasonable; based on one's wishes or whims without r…
Having intense or passionate feeling; zealous
position of dominance; controlling influence; superiority
appropriate
acquire; take possession of for one's own use;
arbitrary
(adj.) unreasonable; based on one's wishes or whims without r…
Common SAT Vocab (Pt.2)
Conciliatory
Credible
Exonerate
Incontrovertible
Appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
Plausible
To free from blame
Indisputable; not open to question
Conciliatory
Appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
Credible
Plausible
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