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SAT New vocabularies 11
demagogue
automaton
recluse
bungler
A leader who appeals to the fears, emotions, and prejudices ò…
...
...
a clumsy person
demagogue
A leader who appeals to the fears, emotions, and prejudices ò…
automaton
...
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New sat vocabulary 11
Generic
Furtive
Folly
Flag
Not general, specific
Sneaky
Foolishness
Become tired weak
Generic
Not general, specific
Furtive
Sneaky
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English 11 - NEW SAT/ACT words #1
adhere
adhere
adhere
adhere
to stick
united force
devoted
follow a plan
adhere
to stick
adhere
united force
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New SAT Vocabulary 11
concerted
constituent
fraternize
parallelism
mutually agreed on; done together
supporter
to associate in a friendly way
state of being parallel; similarity
concerted
mutually agreed on; done together
constituent
supporter
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Vocab #3 English 11 (The New SAT)
AMBIGUOUS
ANTAGONIZE
ARCANE
BEAR
(adj.) open to more than one interpretation; have a double me…
(v.) cause someone to become hostile
(adj.)mysterious or secret
(v.) endure an ordeal or difficulty
AMBIGUOUS
(adj.) open to more than one interpretation; have a double me…
ANTAGONIZE
(v.) cause someone to become hostile
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New SAT Vocabulary 11/22
Whimsical
admonish
amalgam
antipathy
determined by chance
warn strongly
a combination or blend of diverse things
a feeling of intense dislike rancor animosity
Whimsical
determined by chance
admonish
warn strongly
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New SAT Vocabulary 11-2
discriminating
eruption
emit
reveal
differentiating
the process of erupting especially by volcano
to give off liquid, light, heat, sound, particles, etc.
to make known
discriminating
differentiating
eruption
the process of erupting especially by volcano
25 terms
New SAT Vocabulary 11-1
deft
vernacular
discourse
log
skillful and underhanded
spoken in a particular area
formal and orderly and usually extended expression of thought…
record of a voyage or flight
deft
skillful and underhanded
vernacular
spoken in a particular area
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#11 New SAT/ACT vocabulary
swelling
immense
find ones way into
undertaking
enlargement 팽창
enormous, tremendous, numerous 엄청난 (크기, 수 ,정도)
enter 들어가다, 가다
enterprise 착수, 사업
swelling
enlargement 팽창
immense
enormous, tremendous, numerous 엄청난 (크기, 수 ,정도)
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Vocabulary for the NEW SAT: Book 1 Lesson 11
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
glaringly bad; outrageous
an aristocrat
one sent on a special mission to represent others
having similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant
glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician
an aristocrat
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English 11 Semester 1 SAT Vocabulary
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Anecdote
An appeal to one's sense of morality/trust/belief systems/eth…
An appeal to emotion. May use loaded words to make the audien…
An appeal to reason. A writer tries to convince you of the lo…
A short narrative detailing an interesting episode or event i…
Ethos
An appeal to one's sense of morality/trust/belief systems/eth…
Pathos
An appeal to emotion. May use loaded words to make the audien…
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New SAT Vocab 11
Consensus (noun)
Consistency (noun)
Constraint (noun)
Contend (verb)
general agreement
having no contradictions; dependability
a restriction or limitation
to argue earnestly; to struggle in a rivalry
Consensus (noun)
general agreement
Consistency (noun)
having no contradictions; dependability
English 11 Semester 1 SAT Vocabulary
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Anecdote
An appeal to one's sense of morality/trust/belief systems/eth…
An appeal to emotion. May use loaded words to make the audien…
An appeal to reason. A writer tries to convince you of the lo…
A short narrative detailing an interesting episode or event i…
Ethos
An appeal to one's sense of morality/trust/belief systems/eth…
Pathos
An appeal to emotion. May use loaded words to make the audien…
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NEW SAT Reading Test Vocabulary (Terms 11-20)
unprecedented
apprehensive
substantiate
reciprocate
never done or known before
Fearful
give supporting evidence
v. to give something in return
unprecedented
never done or known before
apprehensive
Fearful
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SAT VOCABULARY ENGLISH 11
Pugnacious
Innate
Tacit
Curtail
adj. eager to fight, violent
adj. natural ability, inborn
adj. something implied, silent
v. to cut short
Pugnacious
adj. eager to fight, violent
Innate
adj. natural ability, inborn
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English 11 SAT Vocabulary
fluent
abhor
abstain
aberrant
able to speak a language clearly and easily
to hate
to choose to avoid
out of the range of normal behavior
fluent
able to speak a language clearly and easily
abhor
to hate
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English 11 SAT Vocabulary
Abjure
Brusque
Conflagration
Deride
to reject, renounce
short, abrupt, dismissive
great fire
to laugh at mockingly, scorn
Abjure
to reject, renounce
Brusque
short, abrupt, dismissive
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SAT English new Vocab
Calisthenics
Aggrandizing
Sublunary
Ambivalence
form of exercise; gymnastic exercise
increase the power status & wealth
to be worldy
conflicted
Calisthenics
form of exercise; gymnastic exercise
Aggrandizing
increase the power status & wealth
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SAT Vocabulary (English 11)
abate
accolade
adroit
akin
to reduce in amount, degree, intensity, etc.; lessen; diminish
any award, honor, or laudatory notice
expert or nimble in the use of the hands or body; cleverly sk…
related by blood
abate
to reduce in amount, degree, intensity, etc.; lessen; diminish
accolade
any award, honor, or laudatory notice
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New SAT Vocabulary Words 11/17
sardonic
self-effacing
soporific
supposition
mocking derisive
retiring humble modest
sleep inducing
inference conjecture
sardonic
mocking derisive
self-effacing
retiring humble modest
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English 10 Vocabulary 6 for the new SAT
rancor
inexorable
extol
clement
(n.) bitter resentment or ill-will
(adj.) inflexible, beyond influence; relentless, unyielding
(v.) to praise extravagantly
(adj.) Tending to forgive and be merciful; Mild or lenient in…
rancor
(n.) bitter resentment or ill-will
inexorable
(adj.) inflexible, beyond influence; relentless, unyielding
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Lesson 11
Elixir
Desiccated
Cessation
Juxtapose
N... a supposed remedy for all ailments... SYN: medicine; panacea
ADJ... dried up
N ... A stopping; a discontinuance... SYN: Ceasing, end... ANT: beginn…
V... To place side-by-side for comparison... SYN: Measure, Examine
Elixir
N... a supposed remedy for all ailments... SYN: medicine; panacea
Desiccated
ADJ... dried up
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QVHS English 11 SAT Vocabulary
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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English 11 - SAT Words #11
baneful
deleterious
detrimental
devious
causing ruin; harmful
harmful to one's health
harmful; damaging
dishonest or deceptive; tricky
baneful
causing ruin; harmful
deleterious
harmful to one's health
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New Sat Word List 11
confrontation
congenial
congenital
conglomeration
Morris hoped to avoid any ________ with his ex-wife, but he k…
My father loved to go out for a meal with ________ companions.
Were you born stupid, or did you just turn out this way? In o…
In such a ________ of miscellaneous statistics, it was imposs…
confrontation
Morris hoped to avoid any ________ with his ex-wife, but he k…
congenial
My father loved to go out for a meal with ________ companions.
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Vocabulary Power Plus, New SAT (Lesson 11)
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindered
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
n. an aristocrat
n. one sent on a special mission to represent others
adj. having a similar origin, nature, pr character
flagrant
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician
n. an aristocrat
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Vocabulary power plus lesson 11 new SAT
Harangue
Grandiloquent
Avid
Epistle
A long strongly expressed speech or lecture
Pompous or high-flown in speech
Enthusiastic; extremely interested
A letter to literary compostion in letter form
Harangue
A long strongly expressed speech or lecture
Grandiloquent
Pompous or high-flown in speech
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vocabulary power plus for the new SAT Book Two Lesson 11
epistle (n)
avid (adj.)
gadfly (n)
humility (n)
a letter or literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic; extremely interested
an irritating and persistent person
absence of vanity; humbleness
epistle (n)
a letter or literary composition in letter form
avid (adj.)
enthusiastic; extremely interested
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English SAT Vocabulary 1-11
Aggrandizement
Abstinence
Abstract
Acclaim
An increase or exaggeration
Deliberate self-restraint
Relying on concept, not physical shape/form
Widespread and enthusiastic approval
Aggrandizement
An increase or exaggeration
Abstinence
Deliberate self-restraint
English New SAT Vocabulary Lesson 9
bilk
homily
demise
emit
(v.) to cheat or swindle; to thwart
(n.) a sermon
(n.) death; a ceasing to exist
(v.) to send out; to give forth, as in sound or light
bilk
(v.) to cheat or swindle; to thwart
homily
(n.) a sermon
135 terms
New SAT 11
populace
porch
portly
possessive
...
...
...
...
populace
...
porch
...
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Vocabulary Power Plus for New SAT:Lesson 11
epistle
avid
gadfly
humility
n. a letter or literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic; extremely interested
n. an irritating and persistent person
n. absence of vanity; humbleness
epistle
n. a letter or literary composition in letter form
avid
enthusiastic; extremely interested
English New SAT Book Vocabulary Lesson 10
fallible
blatant
dawdle
affiliate
(adj.) capable of error
(adj.) obvious; too conspicuous
(v.) to waste time
(n.) an associate; a partner
fallible
(adj.) capable of error
blatant
(adj.) obvious; too conspicuous
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English I Honors B - Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT I - Chapters 11-21
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
n. an aristocrat
n. one sent on a special mission to represent others
adj. having similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician
n. an aristocrat
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English I Honors B - Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT I - Chapters 11-21
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
n. an aristocrat
n. one sent on a special mission to represent others
adj. having similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician
n. an aristocrat
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English 11 SAT vocabulary words #5/6
Balm
Bucolic
Beget
Beleaguer
Something that heals or comforts,soothing,an oil or ointment
Rural or rustic in nature
To give birth;to create
To besiege ; beset , surround , harass
Balm
Something that heals or comforts,soothing,an oil or ointment
Bucolic
Rural or rustic in nature
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New SAT Vocabulary #1
fracas
pleasurable
implacable
vitiate
a loud quarrel or fight
enjoyable
unable to appeased or pacified
spoil, destroy
fracas
a loud quarrel or fight
pleasurable
enjoyable
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SAT VOCABULARY #11
spontaneous
fluctuation
magnitude
sway
(adj.) arising naturally; not planned or engineered in advance
n. Frequent irregular change back and forth from one state or…
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
swing from side to side; influence (someone) to change one's…
spontaneous
(adj.) arising naturally; not planned or engineered in advance
fluctuation
n. Frequent irregular change back and forth from one state or…
25 terms
New SAT Vocabulary #2
scope
harbor
choleric
narcissistic
1. range 2. opportunity, possibility
1. (noun) safe place or shelter, particularly for boats 2. (v…
easily angered
conceited; having excessive self-love or admiration
scope
1. range 2. opportunity, possibility
harbor
1. (noun) safe place or shelter, particularly for boats 2. (v…
Sat new 11
Enthrall
Ephemeral
Epistolary
Epitome
Captivate, capture the attention of v
Lasting a short time adj
relating to or contained in letters adj
A perfect example n
Enthrall
Captivate, capture the attention of v
Ephemeral
Lasting a short time adj
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Lesson 11
elixir
dessicated
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
dessicated
dried up
20 terms
English SAT Vocabulary: List 11
Abortive
Abrade
Abrasive
Abridge
unsuccessful; fruitless
wear away by friction; scrape; erode
rubbing away; tending to grind down
condense or shorten
Abortive
unsuccessful; fruitless
Abrade
wear away by friction; scrape; erode
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English 11 SAT Vocabulary 2
Aftermath
Aggrandize
Ajar
Alienate
Definition: Events following some occurence;a consequence of…
Definition: To increase in size;enlarge;to cause; to appear i…
Definition: Partially open... Part of Speech: Noun... Sentence: T…
Definition: To make hostile, to cause to feel unwelcome or es…
Aftermath
Definition: Events following some occurence;a consequence of…
Aggrandize
Definition: To increase in size;enlarge;to cause; to appear i…
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English 11 SAT Vocabulary 3
Ambiance
Amenable
Amplify
Antecedent
Definition: mood, feeling, general atmosphere... Part of Speech…
Definition: agreeable, respinsible to authority, pleasant, wi…
Definition: to make larger, louder, or more powerful... Part of…
Definition: going before, preceading in occurence, or event p…
Ambiance
Definition: mood, feeling, general atmosphere... Part of Speech…
Amenable
Definition: agreeable, respinsible to authority, pleasant, wi…
20 terms
English 11 SAT Vocabulary 6
Demur
Denounce
Desiccate
Dilemma
To object, to make exception
To condemn, to expose critically
To dry out completely, dehydrate
A difficult situation where one must choose between two or mo…
Demur
To object, to make exception
Denounce
To condemn, to expose critically
20 terms
Vocabulary - English 11 SAT Words
Abashed [uh-basht] ... Verb
Aberrant [uh-ber-uh nt, ab-er-] ... Adjec…
Abeyance [uh-bey-uh ns] ... Noun
Abhorrence [ab-hawr-uh ns, -hor-] ... Noun
~ Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.... ~ She…
~ Departing from an accepted standard.... ~
~ A state of temporary disuse or suspension.... ~ Once war broke…
~ A feeling of repulsion; disgusted loathing.... ~ The thought o…
Abashed [uh-basht] ... Verb
~ Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.... ~ She…
Aberrant [uh-ber-uh nt, ab-er-] ... Adjec…
~ Departing from an accepted standard.... ~
10 terms
English 11 SAT vocabulary 5
Balm
Beget
Beleaguer
Bereave
Defintion: something that heals or comforts, an oil... Part of…
Definition: to give birth to, to create... Part of Speech: verb…
Definition: to surround, harass... Part of Speech: verb... Senten…
Definition: suffering the death of a loved one... Part of Speec…
Balm
Defintion: something that heals or comforts, an oil... Part of…
Beget
Definition: to give birth to, to create... Part of Speech: verb…
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English 11 SAT vocabulary 1
Abhor
Affinity
Abominate
Abridge
To hate very much,todesest utterly
A natural attraction; kinship ; similarity
To dislike strongly,to regard with intense aversion or loathing
To shorten; to condense; to diminish ;to curtail
Abhor
To hate very much,todesest utterly
Affinity
A natural attraction; kinship ; similarity
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Vocabulary - English 11 SAT Words
Abashed [uh-basht] ... Verb
Aberrant [uh-ber-uh nt, ab-er-] ... Adjec…
Abeyance [uh-bey-uh ns] ... Noun
Abhorrence [ab-hawr-uh ns, -hor-] ... Noun
~ Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.... ~ She…
~ Departing from an accepted standard.... ~
~ A state of temporary disuse or suspension.... ~ Once war broke…
~ A feeling of repulsion; disgusted loathing.... ~ The thought o…
Abashed [uh-basht] ... Verb
~ Cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.... ~ She…
Aberrant [uh-ber-uh nt, ab-er-] ... Adjec…
~ Departing from an accepted standard.... ~
20 terms
English 11 SAT Vocabulary 5
Couture
Damper
Cower
Cranny
Fashion design, cloths created by fashion designers
One that depresses or restrains, a dulling or deadening influ…
To cringe in fear, to shrink away
A small opening in a wall or rock face
Couture
Fashion design, cloths created by fashion designers
Damper
One that depresses or restrains, a dulling or deadening influ…
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