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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 13
holocaust
embroil
anachronism
denigrate
a great or complete destruction of life
to draw into a conflict or fight
something existing outside of its proper time
to attack the reputation of;to speak ill of
holocaust
a great or complete destruction of life
embroil
to draw into a conflict or fight
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 15
adjunct
macabre
farcical
debonair
Connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or auxi…
Horrible; grim
Absurd; ridiculously clumsy
Carefree and self-confident in manner; elegant and gracious
adjunct
Connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or auxi…
macabre
Horrible; grim
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 12
deluge
catholic
eerie
martial
a flood; an overwhelming rush
universal; wide ranging
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
warlike; relating to the millitary
deluge
a flood; an overwhelming rush
catholic
universal; wide ranging
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 18
Genocide
Zaftig
Predilection
Faux
the deliberate destruction of a group of people
having a full, shapely figure
a preference toward someone or something... antonym: aversion,…
artificial; false; not genuine... antonym: authentic, true
Genocide
the deliberate destruction of a group of people
Zaftig
having a full, shapely figure
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 16
daub
admonish
obeisance
cache
to paint coarsely or unskillfully
to warn; to caution in counsel
a bow or similar gesture expressing deep respect
a concealed store of goods or valuables; secret stash
daub
to paint coarsely or unskillfully
admonish
to warn; to caution in counsel
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 17
pariah
fluent
cavort
pedagogue
a social outcast (ant: insider)
able to express oneself easily and clearly (ant: incept)
to leap about in a sprightly manner; romp
a school teacher
pariah
a social outcast (ant: insider)
fluent
able to express oneself easily and clearly (ant: incept)
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
a person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
showing sound and judgement
a minor weakness in character
catalyst
a person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
jargon
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 16
daub
admonish
obeisance
cache
to paint coarsely or unskillfully
to warn; to caution in counsel
a bow or similar gesture expressing deep respect
a concealed store of goods or valuables
daub
to paint coarsely or unskillfully
admonish
to warn; to caution in counsel
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 19
tantamount
subcersive
conducive
amenable
of essentially equal value or significance
in opposition to authority or government
tending to cause or bring about
agreeable; responsive to suggestion or advice
tantamount
of essentially equal value or significance
subcersive
in opposition to authority or government
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 20
impasse
wunderkind
acumen
nanotechnology
a problem or predicament with no obvious resolution
one who excels in a difficult field at an early age
ability to discern or discriminate; shrewdness
the use of single atoms and molecules to construct microscopi…
impasse
a problem or predicament with no obvious resolution
wunderkind
one who excels in a difficult field at an early age
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English I SAT Prep Book 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 I SAT Prep Book Lesson 19
tantamount
subversive
conducive
amendable
of essentially equal value or significance
in opposition to authority or government
tending to cause or bring about
agreeable; responsive to suggestion or advice
tantamount
of essentially equal value or significance
subversive
in opposition to authority or government
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 21
confute
meriorious
mezzanine
tribulation
to argue or point out error
deserving of an award or honor
the lowest balcony in a theater; a partial story between main…
an affliction, trouble, or difficult experience
confute
to argue or point out error
meriorious
deserving of an award or honor
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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Mr. D's ST English 12 SAT Vocabulary Book three Lesson 13 Fill -in
nirvana (noun)
salutary (adjective)
despicable (adjective)
harlequin (noun)
a condition of great peace or happiness:... After work, Irene…
healthful; wholesome: ... The country air had a ----- influence…
contemptible; hateful: ... Only a ---- cad would behave so horr…
a clown: ... The king summoned the ------- to entertain the din…
nirvana (noun)
a condition of great peace or happiness:... After work, Irene…
salutary (adjective)
healthful; wholesome: ... The country air had a ----- influence…
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SAT Book G Lesson 3
amity
cater
guise
inconsequential
friendship
To supply what is needed or desired, especially support or food
A false appearance
of little or no importance; irrelevant; without consequence
amity
friendship
cater
To supply what is needed or desired, especially support or food
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Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 1
Licentious
numismatist
paucity
obtrude
lacking moral discipline
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
a scarcity, lack
thrust oneself in as if by force
Licentious
lacking moral discipline
numismatist
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
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SAT Vocab Book English
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
Morally unrestrained
A coin collector
A scarcity; a lack
Believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
Licentious
Morally unrestrained
Numismatist
A coin collector
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SAT book G Lesson 4
acute
durable
eavesdrop
ethical
serious and sudden
able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
To listen secretly to private conversations
1. pertaining to accepted standards of behavior ... 2. Conformi…
acute
serious and sudden
durable
able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 14-17
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
a person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
showing sound and judgement
a minor weakness in character
catalyst
a person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
jargon
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 15-18
adjunct
macabre
farcical
debonair
Connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or auxi…
Horrible; grim
Absurd; ridiculously clumsy
Carefree and self-confident in manner; elegant and gracious
adjunct
Connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or auxi…
macabre
Horrible; grim
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English 11 Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Ten
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; the worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminate
to come forth; to send forth
tastelessly gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; the worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminate
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English I SAT Prep Book Lesson 19-21
tantamount
subversive
conducive
amendable
of essentially equal value or significance
in opposition to authority or government
tending to cause or bring about
agreeable; responsive to suggestion or advice
tantamount
of essentially equal value or significance
subversive
in opposition to authority or government
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SAT English Lesson 5
rancor
inexorable
extol
clement
extreme hatred or ill will
unrelenting unavoidable
to praise highly
merciful; lenient
rancor
extreme hatred or ill will
inexorable
unrelenting unavoidable
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Lesson #6 SAT words, English IV
affable (adj)
congenial (adj)
gregarious (adj)
jocular (adj)
approachable;easy to talk to; friendly
compatible; having similar tastes
outgoing; loving groups of people
jolly; liking to joke around
affable (adj)
approachable;easy to talk to; friendly
congenial (adj)
compatible; having similar tastes
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Lesson 9 SAT Book
Emulate
Sere
enhance
contrite
to strive to be equal to; to imitate
dry and withered
to increase in value or beauty of something
feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing
Emulate
to strive to be equal to; to imitate
Sere
dry and withered
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Lesson 4 SAT Vocabulary book G
acute
durable
eavesdrop
ethical
serious and sudden
able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
To listen secretly to private conversations
1. pertaining to accepted standards of behavior ... 2. Conformi…
acute
serious and sudden
durable
able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
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Lesson 10 SAT Book
Expound
Cajole
Inscrutable
Balk
To explain in detail; to clarify
To persuade with false promises and flattery
Not easily understood; hard to fathom
To refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to…
Expound
To explain in detail; to clarify
Cajole
To persuade with false promises and flattery
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SAT BOOK LESSON 3()
Affront
Aftermath
Agenda
Agent
Insult
Outcome
Schedule
Personal reprentative
Affront
Insult
Aftermath
Outcome
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SAT BOOK LESSON 6()
Ambigextrous
Ambience
Ambiguous
Ambivalence
Capable of using both hands with equal ease
Environment
Unclear
Having contradictory emotional attitudes
Ambigextrous
Capable of using both hands with equal ease
Ambience
Environment
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SAT BOOK LESSON 5
Acme
Acoustic
Acquiesce
Acquire
Top
Science of sound
Agree without protest
Obtain
Acme
Top
Acoustic
Science of sound
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SAT BOOK LESSON 4
Acclaim
Acclimate
Acclivity
Accolade
Applaud
Adjust to the climate
Sharp upslope of a hill
Praise
Acclaim
Applaud
Acclimate
Adjust to the climate
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SAT BOOK LESSON 2
Absolve
Absorb
Abstain
Abstemious
Pardon
Suck up
Refrain
Not eating or drinking
Absolve
Pardon
Absorb
Suck up
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SAT BOOK LESSON 2 ()
Aesthetic
Affable
Affected
Affidavit
Artistic
Easily approachable
Artificial
Written statement under oath
Aesthetic
Artistic
Affable
Easily approachable
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CP English 10: Vocabulary Lesson 2 (Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 2)
Heresy
Docile
Libation
Anathema
n. the crime of holding a belief that goes against establishe…
adj. easy to teach or manage
n. a drink, especially an alcoholic one
n. 1.a hated, repellant person or thing... 2. a formal curse
Heresy
n. the crime of holding a belief that goes against establishe…
Docile
adj. easy to teach or manage
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Lesson 21 SAT Book
august
ancillary
semblance
autodidact
marked by grandeur and awe
providing assistance
an outward likeness in form or appearence
self taught person
august
marked by grandeur and awe
ancillary
providing assistance
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Lesson 18 SAT Book
impregnable
xenophobia
inherent
irrevernt
not able to be conquered
fear of strangers
essential
disrespectful
impregnable
not able to be conquered
xenophobia
fear of strangers
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Lesson 17 SAT Book
Circumspect
Zephyr
Renegade
Retribution
careful; heedful; attentive to all points
a gentle breeze
one who deserts one side in favor of another; outlaw
something just really deserved, especially a punishment
Circumspect
careful; heedful; attentive to all points
Zephyr
a gentle breeze
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Lesson 16 SAT Book
Pique
Linguistics
Plebeian
Precocious
to cause resentment
The scientific study of structure sounds in meaning of language
n. a commoner; One from the lower-class... adj. common
showing early development, especially mental
Pique
to cause resentment
Linguistics
The scientific study of structure sounds in meaning of language
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SAT Book G Lesson 1
articulate
crux
debris
decry
(Adj) well-spoken; clear ... (V) to speak clearly and distinctly
(N) main or most important point or feature
(N) scattered remnants; rubble
(V) condemn or disapprove openly
articulate
(Adj) well-spoken; clear ... (V) to speak clearly and distinctly
crux
(N) main or most important point or feature
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SAT BOOK LESSON 1
Abduction
Abbreviate
Abate
Abhor
Kidnap
Shorten
Decrease
Hate
Abduction
Kidnap
Abbreviate
Shorten
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Lesson 14 SAT book
Levity
Hoax
Amicable
Obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
A practical joke; a trick
friendly; peaceable
stubborn
Levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
Hoax
A practical joke; a trick
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SAT BOOK LESSON 6
Adamant
Adapt
Addiction
Addle
Flexible
Modify
Habitual need
Drive insane
Adamant
Flexible
Adapt
Modify
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SAT BOOK LESSON 1 ()
Adulation
Adulterate
Advent
Adversary
Flattery
Make impure by adding tainted substance
Arrival
Opponent
Adulation
Flattery
Adulterate
Make impure by adding tainted substance
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Lesson 14 SAT book
Levity
Hoax
Amicable
Obstreperous
n. A lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
n. A practical joke; a trick
adj. friendly; peaceable
adj. aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
Levity
n. A lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
Hoax
n. A practical joke; a trick
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SAT BOOK LESSON 4()
Agitate
Agnostic
Alacrity
Alchemy
Stir up
One who is skeptical of the existence of a god or any ultimat…
Cheerful prompness
Medieval chemistry
Agitate
Stir up
Agnostic
One who is skeptical of the existence of a god or any ultimat…
13 terms
SAT BOOK LESSON 3
Abstract
Abstruse
Abundant
Abusive
Not solid/complete
Difficult to understand
Plentiful
Physically or mentally harmfuk
Abstract
Not solid/complete
Abstruse
Difficult to understand
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Lesson 6 SAT book
Antipathy
Elucidate
Imminent
Banal
n. An intense dislike
v. To make clear
adj. likely to happen; likely
adj. common, ordinary
Antipathy
n. An intense dislike
Elucidate
v. To make clear
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Lesson 19 SAT Book
mellifluous
epicurean
oeuvre
arbiter
having rich, smoothly flowing sound
taking pleasure in food and drink
the complete work of an artist
a person with the ability to resolve a problem
mellifluous
having rich, smoothly flowing sound
epicurean
taking pleasure in food and drink
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SAT BOOK LESSON 5()
Allude
Allure
Allusion
Aloft
Refer indirectly
Attract
Indirect reference
Upward
Allude
Refer indirectly
Allure
Attract
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