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32 terms
SAT Difficult
epithet
importune
repudiate
heterodox
descriptive term
to beg
to reject as untrue
unconventional
epithet
descriptive term
importune
to beg
24 terms
SAT Difficult Vocabulary
Bigot
Remuneration
Noxious
Abrasive
Narrow-minded person
Payment for work done
Poisonous
Coarse
Bigot
Narrow-minded person
Remuneration
Payment for work done
20 terms
Difficult SAT words 04
repudiate
spellbound
succinct
supercilious
disown
fascinated
concise
elitist
repudiate
disown
spellbound
fascinated
20 terms
Difficult SAT words 01
capricious
reticent
convoluted
partisan
impulsive
not talkative
overly complicated
fervent supporter
capricious
impulsive
reticent
not talkative
20 terms
Difficult SAT words 07
purveyor
rancor
recant
resuscitate
supplier
resentment
withdraw a statement
revive
purveyor
supplier
rancor
resentment
23 terms
Difficult SAT words 05
dissolute
duplicitous
ebullient
bullish
loose in morals
deliberately deceptive
full of enthousiasm
enthusiastically optimistic
dissolute
loose in morals
duplicitous
deliberately deceptive
20 terms
Difficult SAT words 02
ineffable
inscrutable
judicious
munificent
indescribable
unbelievable
following from good judgment
very generous with money
ineffable
indescribable
inscrutable
unbelievable
20 terms
Difficult SAT words 06
mendacious
modicum
moribund
multifarious
liable to lie
small amount
dying
diverse
mendacious
liable to lie
modicum
small amount
20 terms
Difficult SAT words 03
extolled
facetious
iconoclastic
idiosyncratic
praised highly
humorously dishonest
attacking cherished traditions
eccentric
extolled
praised highly
facetious
humorously dishonest
44 terms
Barron's SAT 17-21 Difficult Words
enervate
enfranchise
engender
enmity
weaken
to admit to the rights of citizenship
cause
hatred
enervate
weaken
enfranchise
to admit to the rights of citizenship
129 terms
Most Difficult SAT words
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
to reject, renoune
to abolish
biting, bitter in tone or taste
bitterness, discord
abjure
to reject, renoune
abrogate
to abolish
16 terms
Difficult SAT Vocabulary
arbitrate
censure
compacent
conducive
settle a disagreement (through considering all facts and opin…
severe criticism
(falsely) confident and relaxed
a situation that helps something happen
arbitrate
settle a disagreement (through considering all facts and opin…
censure
severe criticism
13 terms
SAT words (difficult)
Arboreal
Pliant
Candid
Martinet
Relating to trees
Easily influenced, bendy, flexible
Informal, unposed, straightforward
Someone who strictly abides by rules, disciplinary
Arboreal
Relating to trees
Pliant
Easily influenced, bendy, flexible
201 terms
300 Most Difficult SAT Words
abject
aberration
abjure
abnegation
of the most contemptible kind
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
urge or request (someone) solemnly or earnestly to do somethi…
denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief
abject
of the most contemptible kind
aberration
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
52 terms
Difficult SAT Idioms
Bring
Protect
Defend
Adept
about
against/from
against/from
at
Bring
about
Protect
against/from
93 terms
SAT Difficult Idioms
prefer A ___ B
partake ___ [meal/activity]
outlook ___
just as A ... ___ B
to / over
of / in
on (NOT of)
so [too/also]
prefer A ___ B
to / over
partake ___ [meal/activity]
of / in
272 terms
250 Difficult SAT Words
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
v.) to reject, renounce... (To prove his honesty, the presiden…
v.) to abolish, usually by authority... (The Bill of Rights as…
adj.) biting, bitter in tone or taste ... (Jill became extremel…
n.) bitterness, discord ... (Though they vowed that no girl wou…
abjure
v.) to reject, renounce... (To prove his honesty, the presiden…
abrogate
v.) to abolish, usually by authority... (The Bill of Rights as…
254 terms
Most Difficult SAT Words
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
reject
abolish
bitter
bitterness
abjure
reject
abrogate
abolish
250 terms
French SAT difficult Vocabulary
régler
servir
cru(e)
mou/molie
to pay the check
to use
raw
soft
régler
to pay the check
servir
to use
22 terms
Difficult SAT Words
assiduous
clairvoyant
provident
morose
constant in application or effort; working diligently at a ta…
having or claiming to have the power of seeing objects or act…
having or showing foresight; providing carefully for the future
sullen and ill-tempered
assiduous
constant in application or effort; working diligently at a ta…
clairvoyant
having or claiming to have the power of seeing objects or act…
79 terms
Barron's Hot Prospect and High Frequency SAT Vocab (Difficult)
acquiesce (v)
acrimony (n)
antediluvian (adj)
antipathy (n)
to agree or express agreement
a rough and bitter manner
old; ancient
intense dislike
acquiesce (v)
to agree or express agreement
acrimony (n)
a rough and bitter manner
222 terms
Difficult SAT Vocab
Reticent
Pejorative
Deprecatory
Scintillating
not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily, RESERVED
expressing contempt or disapproval.
expressing disapproval; disapproving.
sparkling or shining brightly.brilliantly and excitingly clev…
Reticent
not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily, RESERVED
Pejorative
expressing contempt or disapproval.
97 terms
Difficult SAT words
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
reject
abolish
bitter
bitterness
abjure
reject
abrogate
abolish
136 terms
Difficult SAT list Vocabulary
trepidation
torpor
truncate
trifling
fear; nervous apprehension
sluggishness, slothfulness, lethargy, indolence
shorten, prune
trivial, petty
trepidation
fear; nervous apprehension
torpor
sluggishness, slothfulness, lethargy, indolence
27 terms
SAT Vocab difficult
impetuous
inconsequential
trite
prudent
quick to act without thinking
(adj.) trifling, unimportant
(adj) commonplace; overused, stale
Careful; cautious; sensible
impetuous
quick to act without thinking
inconsequential
(adj.) trifling, unimportant
40 terms
Difficult SAT Words
censorious
furor
spate
placate
highly critical
an uproar; a state of great anger or excitement
a large number or amount
To soothe or pacify
censorious
highly critical
furor
an uproar; a state of great anger or excitement
32 terms
SAT Difficult Words
Compendium
circumscribe
Circuitious
capacious
brief, comprehensive summary
restrict (something) within limits
indirect, roundabout, not immediate, longer than the most dir…
Spacious
Compendium
brief, comprehensive summary
circumscribe
restrict (something) within limits
145 terms
Difficult SAT Vocab
capricious
ambivalent
magnanimous
reticence
impulsive and unpredictable
simultaneously experiencing opposing feeling; uncertain
courageously or generously noble in mind and heart
the quality or state of keeping silent; reserve
capricious
impulsive and unpredictable
ambivalent
simultaneously experiencing opposing feeling; uncertain
95 terms
Difficult SAT Words
accoutrements
affable
ameliorate
assiduous
Equipment or accessories
Friendly and kind
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Diligent, hard working
accoutrements
Equipment or accessories
affable
Friendly and kind
50 terms
SAT Difficult Words
Efficacious
Slovenly
Pejorative
Perjury
Effective
Messy or untidy
Negative Connotation
To lie under oath
Efficacious
Effective
Slovenly
Messy or untidy
128 terms
SAT difficult vocab
jingoism
ossified
pugnacious
supercilious
the spirit/practice of jingoes: a person who professes his or…
hardened, bone like
quarrelsome, wanting to fight, aggressive
haughtily disdainful or contemptuous, as a person or a facial…
jingoism
the spirit/practice of jingoes: a person who professes his or…
ossified
hardened, bone like
24 terms
SAT: difficult vocab
fréquentable
disparu
pressé
à la chaîne
respectable
disappeared
in a hurry
mass produced as an assembly line
fréquentable
respectable
disparu
disappeared
23 terms
SAT Vocab Difficult Words
amenable
ferocity
insidious
panoply
willing
cruelness
gradually, sneakily harmful
big collection
amenable
willing
ferocity
cruelness
171 terms
SAT difficult words
ingenuous
ingrained
ingrate
ingratiate
率直的
根深蒂固的
忘恩负义者
讨好
ingenuous
率直的
ingrained
根深蒂固的
33 terms
Difficult SAT Terms
Abate
Extradile
Jettison
Connoisseur
to lessen in violence
to turn over
to cast overboard
expert in culture
Abate
to lessen in violence
Extradile
to turn over
11 terms
SAT Difficult Words
unequivocal
effusive
incorrigible
tenuous
unambiguous, having a clear meaning
expressing positive feelings in a heartfelt manner, gushy
not able to be corrected, improved, or reformed, hopeless- (d…
very weak or flimsy
unequivocal
unambiguous, having a clear meaning
effusive
expressing positive feelings in a heartfelt manner, gushy
66 terms
Difficult SAT Vocabulary
Intrinsic
Inent
Doggedness
Infallibility
Belonging naturally
Lacking the ability/strength to move
Persistant
Unable to be wrong
Intrinsic
Belonging naturally
Inent
Lacking the ability/strength to move
16 terms
Difficult SAT Vocabulary
arbitrate
censure
compacent
conducive
settle a disagreement (through considering all facts and opin…
severe criticism
(falsely) confident and relaxed
a situation that helps something happen
arbitrate
settle a disagreement (through considering all facts and opin…
censure
severe criticism
63 terms
Difficult SAT Words
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
(v.) to reject, renounce
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority
(adj.) biting, bitter in tone or taste
(n.) bitterness, discord
abjure
(v.) to reject, renounce
abrogate
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority
147 terms
SAT Difficult word
application
coalition
choreography
concession
dilligent attention
partnership, league, union
art of representing dances in written symbols, arrangement of…
act of yielding
application
dilligent attention
coalition
partnership, league, union
40 terms
Difficult SAT Words
assiduous
clairvoyant
deleterious
enervate
hard-working
foreseeing the future
causing harm or damage
weaken
assiduous
hard-working
clairvoyant
foreseeing the future
378 terms
SAT Vocab (Difficult)
aberration
anthology
approbation
ascetic
(n.) something that differs from the norm
(n.) a selected collection of writings, songs, etc.
(n.) praise
(adj.) practicing restraint as a means of self-discipline, us…
aberration
(n.) something that differs from the norm
anthology
(n.) a selected collection of writings, songs, etc.
116 terms
Difficult French SAT Vocab
un jour férié
un jour de congé
un minuteur
un chronomètre
a holiday
a day off
a timer
a stopwatch
un jour férié
a holiday
un jour de congé
a day off
8 terms
SAT Group 17 Difficult
Arduous
Elusive
Futile
Implausible
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
Hard to grasp... Out of reach and therefore difficult to catch,…
INEFFECTIVE; USELESS; FRUITLESS... Having no useful result
Difficult to believe... UNLIKELY; UNBELIEVABLE
Arduous
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
Elusive
Hard to grasp... Out of reach and therefore difficult to catch,…
42 terms
Difficult Brig SAT Words
quixotic
obsequious
duplicitous
vituperate
overly idealistic
excessively compliant, submissive
deceitful, cunning
to berate
quixotic
overly idealistic
obsequious
excessively compliant, submissive
41 terms
SAT difficult 2
desultory
gadfly
machination
raucous
rambling
annoying person; a fly annoys you all the time
scheming
loud
desultory
rambling
gadfly
annoying person; a fly annoys you all the time
287 terms
Most difficult SAT vocab
Defunct
Erroneous
Unorthodox
Forgo
No longer in effect or use; not operating;extinct
Containing error; mistake staying from what is moral and/or d…
Not conforming to rules and traditions
To abstain or refrain from; to give up
Defunct
No longer in effect or use; not operating;extinct
Erroneous
Containing error; mistake staying from what is moral and/or d…
41 terms
Most difficult SAT words
Abject
Aberration
Abjure
Abnegation
Of the most contemptible kind
A state or condition markedly different from the norm
Formally reject or disavow a formely held belief
The denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief
Abject
Of the most contemptible kind
Aberration
A state or condition markedly different from the norm
19 terms
SAT LAST DIFFICULT WORDS
Watershed
wan
Venal
vacuous
an event or period marking a turning point in a course of act…
pale and giving the impression of illness or exhaustion
showing or motivated by susceptibility to bribery, corrupt
having or showing a lack of thought or intelligence; mindless
Watershed
an event or period marking a turning point in a course of act…
wan
pale and giving the impression of illness or exhaustion
250 terms
Most Difficult SAT Terms
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
to reject, renounce
to abolish, usually by authority
biting, bitter in tone or taste
bitterness, discord
abjure
to reject, renounce
abrogate
to abolish, usually by authority
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