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PSAT English vocab
Kudos
Lackadaisical
Legacy
Liability
The presteige or accliam that results from some notwroth ache…
Sorely leaking in spirit energy or purpose
Something left to a person in a will ;something handed down f…
- A debut or obligation,especially of a finicial nature ... - a…
Kudos
The presteige or accliam that results from some notwroth ache…
Lackadaisical
Sorely leaking in spirit energy or purpose
English PSAT Vocab Words
Volatile
Prolific
Petulant
Outmoded
Liable to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for th…
Present in large numbers or quantities; plentiful
Childish, sulky, or bad-tempered
Old-fashioned
Volatile
Liable to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for th…
Prolific
Present in large numbers or quantities; plentiful
English PSAT Vocab words
Innocuous
Extrinsic
Filial
Hypothetical
Not Harmful or offensive
Not part of the essential nature of someone or something
Of or due from a son or daughter
of based on, or serving as a hypothesis
Innocuous
Not Harmful or offensive
Extrinsic
Not part of the essential nature of someone or something
PSAT English Unit 5
Dearth
Amicability
Sedulous
Stalwart
Lack
Good will
Assiduos
Sturdy
Dearth
Lack
Amicability
Good will
20 terms
PSAT vocab words: ENGLISH
Opulent
Bereft
Warily
Stolid
(Adj.) characterized by or exhibiting
(Adj.) deprived
(Adv.) in a wary manner
(Adj.) not easily stirred or moved mentally; unemotional; imp…
Opulent
(Adj.) characterized by or exhibiting
Bereft
(Adj.) deprived
English PSAT vocab
denounce
docile
fathom
hovel
to condemn; to expose critically
easily taught or controlled; obedient, easy to handle
to understand fully; to penetrate the meaning of
a small miserable dwelling; an open, low shed
denounce
to condemn; to expose critically
docile
easily taught or controlled; obedient, easy to handle
43 terms
PSAT English Lesson 19
Haughty
Heinous
Ignominy
Illicit
Scornfully superior and aloof
Grossly wicked or vile
Dishonor or disgrace usually resulting from some sort of sham…
Unlawful, illegal
Haughty
Scornfully superior and aloof
Heinous
Grossly wicked or vile
18 terms
English PSAT vocab
Anarchy
Anamoly
Eccentric
Elusive
State of disorder due to absence
Something that deviates from standard
Unconventional and slightly strange.
Difficult to find, catch or achieve
Anarchy
State of disorder due to absence
Anamoly
Something that deviates from standard
PSAT English vocab
Exodus
Expedient
Exploit
Fabricate
A depature, usually of large numbers of poeple
1. Advantageous to ones interest or purpose... 2. an emergency c…
1. To use to the greatest possible advantage... 2. A brilliant o…
1. To assemble or construct from separate parts... 2. To make up…
Exodus
A depature, usually of large numbers of poeple
Expedient
1. Advantageous to ones interest or purpose... 2. an emergency c…
19 terms
PSAT ENGLISH VOCAB
Ambiguous
Antagonistic
Audacious
Capricious
Unclear, confusing adj.
Hostile, opposed adj.
Bold, daring, unafraid adj.
Indecisive, fickle adj.
Ambiguous
Unclear, confusing adj.
Antagonistic
Hostile, opposed adj.
English PSAT Unit 3
Lassitude
Coterie
Ballistics
Ambiance
Listlessnesss; torpor, weariness
A circle of close associates or friends
The study of dynamics of flight characteristics or projectiles
Mood, feeling; general atmosphere
Lassitude
Listlessnesss; torpor, weariness
Coterie
A circle of close associates or friends
PSAT English Vocab.
Pariah
Hedonistic
Misanthrope
Parochial
outcast (Ex. "He was treated like a ______ and cast out from…
Ex. "We live in a ____ age; everyone thinks that maximizing p…
hater of mankind
narrow minded and concerned with only local matters
Pariah
outcast (Ex. "He was treated like a ______ and cast out from…
Hedonistic
Ex. "We live in a ____ age; everyone thinks that maximizing p…
PSAT English Vocab
eminent
subjective
provisionally
paraphrase
distinguished
particular to a given individual
for the time being
to restate in other words
eminent
distinguished
subjective
particular to a given individual
PSAT English Class Vocabulary
Adjudicate
Admonish
Cis
Coalesce
To judge
To reprimand
To cut
To blend
Adjudicate
To judge
Admonish
To reprimand
30 terms
PSAT English Vocabulary
Exodus
Exotic
Expedient
Exploit
a departure, usually a large group of people
foreign, unfamiliar
freeing, disentangling
to use the greatest distadvantage, often selfishly
Exodus
a departure, usually a large group of people
Exotic
foreign, unfamiliar
PSAT English Vocabulary
Metr(y)
Cracy
Arch
Ician
Act or science of measuring
Rule by type of government
One who rules
Specialist, practitioner of
Metr(y)
Act or science of measuring
Cracy
Rule by type of government
English PSAT words
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others; generous
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
lean; sharp concerned
over-bearrinly assuming; insolently proud
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others; generous
ambivalent
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
25 terms
PSAT English vocab
Vex
Continuance
Disposition
Unreserved
Make someone feel annoyed
The state of remaining in existence or operation
A person's inherent qualities of mind if character. The way i…
Without reservations
Vex
Make someone feel annoyed
Continuance
The state of remaining in existence or operation
15 terms
PSAT English Vocabulary
Microcosm
Foreshadow
Engender
Commingle
a smaller system which is representative of a larger one.
to suggest something in advance.
to bring into existence; to cause.
to mix or blend.
Microcosm
a smaller system which is representative of a larger one.
Foreshadow
to suggest something in advance.
15 terms
English PSAT Unit 3
Lassitude
Coterie
Ballistics
Ambiance
Listless, torpor, weariness
A circle of close associates or friends
The study of dynamics or flight characteristics of projectiles
Mood, feeling; general atmosphere
Lassitude
Listless, torpor, weariness
Coterie
A circle of close associates or friends
25 terms
English vocabulary PSAT
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
Lean; sharp cornered; gaunt
Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
Altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
10 terms
English vocab PSAT
reciprocate (v.)
defunct (adj.)
eradicate (v.)
expurgated (v.)
to mutually take or give; to respond in kind
no longer existing or functioning
to get rid of as if by tearing it up by the roots; abolish
to remove objectionable content before publication or release
reciprocate (v.)
to mutually take or give; to respond in kind
defunct (adj.)
no longer existing or functioning
24 terms
English PSAT vocab
affluent
blandishment
chasten
civility
abounding in wealth; prosperous; flowing freely
flattery
to discipline, to sue punishment to correct behavior
polite and courteous behavior
affluent
abounding in wealth; prosperous; flowing freely
blandishment
flattery
25 terms
ENGLISH PSAT WORDS
Acrimonious
Ameliorate
Amenable
Amorphous
Caustic
To make better;to relieve; to improve
Open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tractable;…
Shapeless, having no definite form
Acrimonious
Caustic
Ameliorate
To make better;to relieve; to improve
25 terms
English PSAT vocab list
Myopic
Nebulous
Oblique
Passe
(Adj.) posessing a lack of foresight
(Adj.) unclear;vague
(Adj.) having a slanted position or direction; not straight t…
(Adj.) out-of-date; old-fashioned
Myopic
(Adj.) posessing a lack of foresight
Nebulous
(Adj.) unclear;vague
20 terms
PSAT English Vocabulary
Preserve
React
Exceed
Indict
to keep or store, protect.
to respond or change due to a stimulus.
to go over and above,
to charge with an offense.
Preserve
to keep or store, protect.
React
to respond or change due to a stimulus.
PSAT English Vocab
Abridge
Absolute
Analogous
Arrears
to shorten without losing the sense
not qualified or diminished in anyway
comparable in certain respects; typically in a way that makes…
money that is owed and should have been paid earlier
Abridge
to shorten without losing the sense
Absolute
not qualified or diminished in anyway
PSAT English Vocab Words
Opulent
Bereft
Warily
Stolid
Rich and superior in quality
Unhappy in love/sorrowful through loss of deprivation
Cautiously/carefully
Calm, dependable, and showing little emotion or animation
Opulent
Rich and superior in quality
Bereft
Unhappy in love/sorrowful through loss of deprivation
43 terms
PSAT English Lesson 18
A mausoleum
An odyssey
Chimerical
Meander
a building, especially a large and stately one, housing a tom…
a long journey full of adventures
existing only as the product of unchecked imagination
to proceed by or take a winding or indirect course
A mausoleum
a building, especially a large and stately one, housing a tom…
An odyssey
a long journey full of adventures
English PSAT words
Esoteric
Perfunctory
Abstruse
Ebb
Understood by only a special group
Per formed merely as a routine
Hard to understand
Reduce
Esoteric
Understood by only a special group
Perfunctory
Per formed merely as a routine
15 terms
English PSAT unit vocab
Giddy
Irascible
Cower
Gossamer
Lightheaded dizzy
Easily angered
Cringe from fear
Something delicate light flimsy
Giddy
Lightheaded dizzy
Irascible
Easily angered
PSAT english vocabulary
Vex
Continuance
Dispositon
Unreserved
make (someone) feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried, especial…
the state of remaining in existence or operation. a postponem…
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character. The way…
without reservations; complete.... synonyms: unconditional, unqu…
Vex
make (someone) feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried, especial…
Continuance
the state of remaining in existence or operation. a postponem…
14 terms
English PSAT vocab
Servile
Acquiesce
Inevitable
Capricious
Overly submissive; cringing
To give in; agree
Unavoidable; bound to happen
Whimsical; unpredictable
Servile
Overly submissive; cringing
Acquiesce
To give in; agree
PSAT Lesson 3 English
Avarice
Furtive
Bacchanalian
Extradite
Greed; desire for wealth
Stealthy;secretive
Wild and drunken
To turn over or deliver to legal jurisdiction of another gove…
Avarice
Greed; desire for wealth
Furtive
Stealthy;secretive
20 terms
English vocab.-psat
Asylum
Circuitous
Clairvoyant
Convergence
p.o.s- noun... a temporary refuge granted by political offenders…
p.o.s.- adjective... roundabout, not direct ... example: Because i…
p.o.s- adj. and noun ... adj.- to have special sight,beyond natu…
p.o.s- noun... act or tendency to meet in a point or a line,inc…
Asylum
p.o.s- noun... a temporary refuge granted by political offenders…
Circuitous
p.o.s.- adjective... roundabout, not direct ... example: Because i…
english vocab psat
accolade
amendable
antiquated
ascetic
praise award
open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tractable,…
old
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation
accolade
praise award
amendable
open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tractable,…
English PSAT Vocabulary Words
Lament
Aloof
Conniosseur
Procrastinate
to express sorrow or regret; to mourn
distant; reserved in manor; uninvolved
an expert, particularly in arts and taste
to put off until a later time
Lament
to express sorrow or regret; to mourn
Aloof
distant; reserved in manor; uninvolved
PSAT English test 3
Their number
Noun
Subject
True
What do pronouns agrre with
Any pronoun agrees in number and gender with the __________ i…
A pronoun that refers to the ____ of a sentence must be in su…
A pronoun in an appositive takes the same from as to which th…
Their number
What do pronouns agrre with
Noun
Any pronoun agrees in number and gender with the __________ i…
15 terms
English {PSAT Vocab}
Lassitude
Coterie
Ballistics
Ambiance
Listlessness; torpor; weariness
A circle of close associates or friends
The study of the dynamics or flight characteristics of projec…
Mood, feeling; general atmosphere
Lassitude
Listlessness; torpor; weariness
Coterie
A circle of close associates or friends
26 terms
PSAT English Vocabulary
Vex
Continuance
Disposition
Unreserved
to annoy or worry (someone)
the period of time when something continues
a tendency to act or think in a particular way
not kept for use only by a particular person or group
Vex
to annoy or worry (someone)
Continuance
the period of time when something continues
PSAT English: Lesson 3
Alienate
Allege
Allude
Ambiance
Cause to become unfriendly, hostile, or distant
state without proof
To refer to casually or indirectly; to hint at
mood, feeling; general atmosphere or environment
Alienate
Cause to become unfriendly, hostile, or distant
Allege
state without proof
PSAT English Test 5
'Of' is a __, not a helping verb. Use…
She (could of/could have) passed the t…
Redundancy is .....
Jazz was first introduced in the Unite…
Preposition/have
Could have
Repeating something that is unnecessary and makes writing wor…
Jazz was introduced in the United States
'Of' is a __, not a helping verb. Use…
Preposition/have
She (could of/could have) passed the t…
Could have
29 terms
PSAT/SAT English #3
Debunk
Delineate
De-
Linear-
To show that something (such as a belief or theory) is not tr…
To clearly show or describe (something)
Down, off of, Down of
Of, consisting of, or using lines.
Debunk
To show that something (such as a belief or theory) is not tr…
Delineate
To clearly show or describe (something)
11 terms
PSAT English Vocabulary
Terrestrial
Quagmire
Longitude
Latitude
land
entanglement
North-South
East-West
Terrestrial
land
Quagmire
entanglement
33 terms
PSAT English Monday test
Annotation
Archetype
Didacticism
Epigraph
A critical or explanatory note written to commrnt or shed lig…
An original model on which something of the same type is patt…
A style of writing or speech deliberately crafted to teach or…
A brief quotation at the beginning of a book, and inscription…
Annotation
A critical or explanatory note written to commrnt or shed lig…
Archetype
An original model on which something of the same type is patt…
Lesson 16 vocabulary PSAT English
Exodus
"In solving this problem, we cannot is…
Exotic
Expedient
A departure, usually of large numbers of people
Expedient
Foreign; charmingly unfamiliar or strikingly unusual
-Advantageous to ones interest of purpose ... -An emergency cour…
Exodus
A departure, usually of large numbers of people
"In solving this problem, we cannot is…
Expedient
PSAT English Final
Expedient
Exploits
Exodus
Feasible
Advantageous to ones person or intrest
To use to the greatest possible advantage
A departure
Possible, both doable and workable
Expedient
Advantageous to ones person or intrest
Exploits
To use to the greatest possible advantage
14 terms
english PSAT words
seditious
palpable
cognitive
paradigm
rebellious; treasonous; disloyal
Capable of being touched or felt
Dealing with how we know the world around us through our sens…
a model or example
seditious
rebellious; treasonous; disloyal
palpable
Capable of being touched or felt
275 terms
English Final PSAT
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
act of refraining from
PSAT vocab English III 1-10
abase
blight
celestial
conjecture
verb/ humilate
noun/ disease
adj./ noun/ heavenly
verb/noun guess
abase
verb/ humilate
blight
noun/ disease
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