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Honors English - SAT PREP VOCAB
Beguile
Heresy
Gullible
Jocular
To mislead or delude ; to pass time
Opinion contrary to popular belief ; accepted religion
Easily deceived
said or done in jest
Beguile
To mislead or delude ; to pass time
Heresy
Opinion contrary to popular belief ; accepted religion
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Honors English 11 SAT Terms
idiosyncratic
capricious
ambivalent
unequivocal
quirky; unique to an individual
whimsical; changeable
undecided; unclear
clear; cannot be misunderstood
idiosyncratic
quirky; unique to an individual
capricious
whimsical; changeable
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Honors English SAT PREP - etymology roots
-flect
-for
-fore
-fract/frag
to bend
Completely (used to intensify meaning(
In front of / previous / earlier
Break
-flect
to bend
-for
Completely (used to intensify meaning(
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Honors English 11 SAT Vocab
camaraderie
frangible
litany
moratorium
(n.) rapport and goodwill, friendship
(adj.) fragile, easy to break
(n.) any long, repetitive, or dull recital
(n.) a suspension of activity; an authorized delay
camaraderie
(n.) rapport and goodwill, friendship
frangible
(adj.) fragile, easy to break
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab
austere
mediocrity
mundane
ponderous
without decoration; strict
the state or quality of being average; of moderate to low qua…
commonplace, ordinary
extremely dull
austere
without decoration; strict
mediocrity
the state or quality of being average; of moderate to low qua…
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Honors English 11 SAT Vocab
Austere
Mediocrity
Mundane
Ponderous
Without Decoration; strict, harsh, severe
The state or quality of being average; of being moderate to l…
Commonplace; ordinary, dull
Extremely dull
Austere
Without Decoration; strict, harsh, severe
Mediocrity
The state or quality of being average; of being moderate to l…
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Set 8)
ambivalence (n.)
catharsis (n.)
garrulous (adj.)
immutable (adj.)
condition of having conflicting attitudes
an emotional purification or relief
talkative
never changing
ambivalence (n.)
condition of having conflicting attitudes
catharsis (n.)
an emotional purification or relief
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Set 7)
acquiesce (v.)
chimerical (adj.)
circumspect (adj.)
conciliatory (adj.)
to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others, to give…
absurd, wildly fanciful
careful
tending to soothe or renconcile
acquiesce (v.)
to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others, to give…
chimerical (adj.)
absurd, wildly fanciful
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Set 6)
accolade (n.)
archaic (adj.)
auspicious (adj.)
callow (adj.)
an embrace of greeting or salutation; praise; approval
characteristic of an earlier or more primitive time; antiquated
promising success, favorable, lucky
lacking adult experience, immature, inexperienced
accolade (n.)
an embrace of greeting or salutation; praise; approval
archaic (adj.)
characteristic of an earlier or more primitive time; antiquated
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Set 5)
acerbic (adj.)
amiable (adj.)
anachronism (n.)
cajole (v.)
sharp or biting in temper, mood, or tone
generally agreeable, friendly
the placing of people or things out of their time setting
to coax or persuade by flattery or false promises
acerbic (adj.)
sharp or biting in temper, mood, or tone
amiable (adj.)
generally agreeable, friendly
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Honors English 9 SAT Prep Vocab #3
corroborate
amorous
decorous
expedite
to confirm, back up with evidence
feeling loving, especially in a sexual sense
proper; in good taste
to speed up the process
corroborate
to confirm, back up with evidence
amorous
feeling loving, especially in a sexual sense
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Honors English 9 SAT prep vocab #6
reiterate
conflagration
induce
soporific
to repeat, say again
a huge fire, inferno
cause to happen
causing sleep, very boring
reiterate
to repeat, say again
conflagration
a huge fire, inferno
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English Honors 9 SAT Vocab Prep #3B
ornate
austere
cerebral
incommodious
elaborately or excessively decorated
stern in manner, without excess, unadorned
of or relating to the brain, intellectual
lacking space, uncomfortable
ornate
elaborately or excessively decorated
austere
stern in manner, without excess, unadorned
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Honors English 9 SAT Prep #2B
laconic
malevolent
meander
apex
not saying much; brief, concise
wishing evil upon others, malicious
to wander around aimlessly
tip or peak
laconic
not saying much; brief, concise
malevolent
wishing evil upon others, malicious
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Honors English 9 - SAT Prep Vocab #8
incantation
assuage
insuperable
assiduous
a chant
to soothe, relieve
incapable of being overcome or solved
hardworking, busy
incantation
a chant
assuage
to soothe, relieve
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Honors English 9 SAT Prep Vocab. #4
distend
fecund
sage
vacuous
swell, extend
fertile, or productive
a wiseman; to be wise through experience
lacking ideas or intelligence
distend
swell, extend
fecund
fertile, or productive
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Set 1)
ameliorate
approbation
avarice
depravity
to improve, make or become better
approval
greed for wealth
the state of behaving as morally unsound, corrupt
ameliorate
to improve, make or become better
approbation
approval
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english honors 9 SAT prep vocal #2
querulous
engender
obliterate
copious
grumpy, grumbling
to create, cause
destroy completely
abundant, plentiful
querulous
grumpy, grumbling
engender
to create, cause
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English 2 Honors: SAT List 11
Alienate verb
Celestial adjective
Desecrate verb
Enervate verb
To turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone; t…
Having to do with the heavens; device
To treat with disrespect
To weaken; to lessen the strength of
Alienate verb
To turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone; t…
Celestial adjective
Having to do with the heavens; device
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10th Honors English SAT Vocab 11
Epistle
Avid
Gadfly
Humility
A letter or literary composition in letter form
Enthusiastic; extremely interested
An irritating and persistent person
An absence of vanity
Epistle
A letter or literary composition in letter form
Avid
Enthusiastic; extremely interested
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10th Honors English SAT Vocab 11
Epistle
Avid
Gadfly
Humility
A letter or literary composition in letter form
Enthusiastic; extremely interested
An irritating and persistent person
An absence of vanity
Epistle
A letter or literary composition in letter form
Avid
Enthusiastic; extremely interested
Honors English 9 -- SAT Vocab Week 11
accede
brandish
comprise
deft
(v.) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity; to assent o…
(v.) to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
(v.) to include or contain; to be made up of
(adj.) skillful, nimble
accede
(v.) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity; to assent o…
brandish
(v.) to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
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Honors English 11 Final (minus SAT vocab)
allegory
allusion
aphorism
flashback
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a pithy observation that contains a general truth, such as, "…
a scene in a movie, novel, etc., set in a time earlier than t…
allegory
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
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March 29, 2016 SAT words Honors English 11
fealty
gambit
laggard
fallow
loyalty to a person, group, etc,; intense fidelity
something done or said in order to gain an advantage or produ…
noun: a person or thing that does not go or move as quickly a…
of a light yellowish-brown color
fealty
loyalty to a person, group, etc,; intense fidelity
gambit
something done or said in order to gain an advantage or produ…
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Set 3)
apathy (n.)
augment (v.)
bastion (n.)
deride (v.)
lack of emotion, indifference
to increase, to enlarge
any fortified place
to ridicule, mock, bully
apathy (n.)
lack of emotion, indifference
augment (v.)
to increase, to enlarge
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Set 2)
apocryphal (adj.)
assuage (v.)
blithe (adj.)
discrete (adj.)
false, counterfeit, of questionable authority
to make less severe, to satisfy
cheerful, carefree
constituting a separate thing, individual, distinct
apocryphal (adj.)
false, counterfeit, of questionable authority
assuage (v.)
to make less severe, to satisfy
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Set 4)
aural (adj.)
capricious (adj.)
defame (v.)
esoteric (adj.)
having to do with, or perceived by, the ear
whimsical, likely to change without reason
to attack someone's good name by slander
understood by only a small group, confidential
aural (adj.)
having to do with, or perceived by, the ear
capricious (adj.)
whimsical, likely to change without reason
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English SAT Prep Vocabulary 11
Aesthetic
Stentorian
Fathom
Serendipity
(Noun/Adjective) Characterized by an appreciation for beauty…
(Adjective) Very loud // The Rihanna concert was very stentor…
(Verb) To understand, to figure out // The heartbroken girl c…
(Noun) Ability to make lucky discoveries by chance or acciden…
Aesthetic
(Noun/Adjective) Characterized by an appreciation for beauty…
Stentorian
(Adjective) Very loud // The Rihanna concert was very stentor…
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Honors English 10 SAT Lesson 11 Vocab
elixir
desiccated
cessation
juxtapose
a supposed remedy for all ailments
dried up
a stopping; a discontinuance
to place side by side for comparison
elixir
a supposed remedy for all ailments
desiccated
dried up
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Sat list 11 English III Honors
Gullible
Marred
Nullify
Parsimonious
easily persuaded
damage
to make unimportant
stingy
Gullible
easily persuaded
Marred
damage
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english ii honors sat vocab #11
alineate
celestial
desecrate
enervate
v; to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone…
adj; having to do with the havens, device
v; to treat with disrespect
v; to weaken, to lessen the strength of
alineate
v; to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone…
celestial
adj; having to do with the havens, device
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Honors English 1B SAT Vocabulary Set #11
austere
antipathy
conducive
confront
(adjective)... -rigid; simple... -simple or plain : not fancy... -of a…
(noun)... -a strong feeling of dislike... Sentence:There has always…
(adjective)... -making it easy, possible, or likely for somethin…
(verb)... -to oppose or challenge (someone) especially in a dire…
austere
(adjective)... -rigid; simple... -simple or plain : not fancy... -of a…
antipathy
(noun)... -a strong feeling of dislike... Sentence:There has always…
English 3 Honors: SAT WORDS #11
Fortuitous
Fraught
Gird
Gloat
happening by accident or chance rather than design.
(of a situation or course of action) filled with or destined…
encircle (a person or part of the body) with a belt or band.
contemplate or dwell on one's own success or another's misfor…
Fortuitous
happening by accident or chance rather than design.
Fraught
(of a situation or course of action) filled with or destined…
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English 1 Honors Moskovitz SAT Vocab 11
insipid
interrogate
laudable
mundane
adjective - dull; uninteresting; flat
verb - to examine by questioning; to question
adjective - praiseworthy; deserving, commendation
adjective - ordinary; commonplace; earthly
insipid
adjective - dull; uninteresting; flat
interrogate
verb - to examine by questioning; to question
10th Honors English SAT Week 11
Epistle
Avid
Gadfly
Humility
a letter or literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic; extremely interested
an irritating and persistent person
absence of vanity; humbleness
Epistle
a letter or literary composition in letter form
Avid
enthusiastic; extremely interested
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Honors English 11 Midterm SAT Vocabulary
factious
perspicacity
enervate
diaphanous
causing disagreement
keenness to judgement
to weaken
very sheer and light
factious
causing disagreement
perspicacity
keenness to judgement
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English SAT Prep Lesson 11
Elixir
Desiccated
Cessation
Juxtapose
A supposed remedy for all ailmemts
Dried up
A stopping; a discontinuance ... Antonym: beginning; commencement
To place side-by-side for comparison
Elixir
A supposed remedy for all ailmemts
Desiccated
Dried up
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English Honors 11 SAT Powerplus 15
Orifice
Hallow
Perdition
Chaff
Opening
To make holy
Ruin
Worthless matter
Orifice
Opening
Hallow
To make holy
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English II Honors SAT Vocab 11-13
alienate
celestial
desecrate
enervate
to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone; t…
having to do with the heavens; divine
to treat with disrespect
to weaken; to lessen the strength of
alienate
to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone; t…
celestial
having to do with the heavens; divine
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Hough HS Honors English II SAT Vocab Set 9 -11
Quandary
Quell
Ravenous
Reciprocal
a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a dif…
to put an end to, particularly with the use of force
extremely hungry
given, felt, or done in return; shared equally by both sides
Quandary
a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a dif…
Quell
to put an end to, particularly with the use of force
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College Prep English 11 Honors Final Review
personification
metaphor
parallel structure
simile
the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics…
a figure of speech containing an implied comparison... -her eyes…
using the same pattern of words to show 2+ words/ideas are of…
uses like or as to compare two things... -she's as fierce as a t…
personification
the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics…
metaphor
a figure of speech containing an implied comparison... -her eyes…
Honors English 11 SAT Vocab (Sets 1-4)
ameliorate
approbation
avarice
depravity
to improve, make or become better
approval
greed for wealth
the state of behaving as morally unsound, corrupt
ameliorate
to improve, make or become better
approbation
approval
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English 10 Honors SAT Vocabulary
epiphany
indigent
expurgate
facetious
(n.) a sudden, intuitive perception of the essential meaning…
(adj.) very poor
(v.) to amend by removing words, passages, etc. to be deemed…
(adj.) note meant to be taken seriously or literally
epiphany
(n.) a sudden, intuitive perception of the essential meaning…
indigent
(adj.) very poor
English II Honors Vocabulary Week 11 SAT Words
Philosopher
Sophisticated
Synthesize
Technical
A person engaged or learned in philosophy, especially as an a…
Having, revealing, or proceeding from a great deal of worldly…
Combine (a number of things) into a coherent whole
Of or relating to a particular subject, art, or craft, or its…
Philosopher
A person engaged or learned in philosophy, especially as an a…
Sophisticated
Having, revealing, or proceeding from a great deal of worldly…
SAT Honors Test Prep
naive
narcissism
narrate
narrative
simple/trusting
egotistical
tell the story
story
naive
simple/trusting
narcissism
egotistical
SAT prep vocab lesson 11; English 11
Bulwark
Cresecendo
Disingenuous
Dogged
a wall or embankment for defense
a stead increase in intensity or force
crafty; not straightforward
unrelenting, persistent
Bulwark
a wall or embankment for defense
Cresecendo
a stead increase in intensity or force
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Honors English Group Five SAT Words
acumen
chicanery
deleterious
epiphany
keenness and depth of perception, discernment, or discriminat…
the use of sly language, reasoning, etc. to trick or deceive
injurious to health; harmful
a sudden, intuitive perception or insight
acumen
keenness and depth of perception, discernment, or discriminat…
chicanery
the use of sly language, reasoning, etc. to trick or deceive
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Honors English 11 - SAT Vocab Quiz: October 3rd
nostalgia
palpable
perfidy
supercilious
noun - longing for the past
adj - able to be tolerated or felt, tangible
noun - treachery, betrayal, untrustworthiness
adj - arrogant, behaving as if superior to others
nostalgia
noun - longing for the past
palpable
adj - able to be tolerated or felt, tangible
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Davis Honors English 11 SAT Vocab. (All Past Through Current)
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
Honors English SAT Vocabulary
promulgate
discordant
obsequious
Mendacious
To make known by public declaration; to put a law into effect
conflicting; harsh or dissonant
To follow, servile
Lying, untruthful.
promulgate
To make known by public declaration; to put a law into effect
discordant
conflicting; harsh or dissonant
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