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Freshman English SAT words
Apathy
Austere
Digress
Facilitate
N. Lack of emotion or feeling
Adj. Strict self discipline
V. to wander from the subject temporarily
V. To make easy or easier
Apathy
N. Lack of emotion or feeling
Austere
Adj. Strict self discipline
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SAT English (Vocabulary)
abject (adj.)
aberration (n.)
abscond (v.)
accede (v.)
contemptible or hated kind
abnormal, opposite of norm
run away or escape
to yield another to agree
abject (adj.)
contemptible or hated kind
aberration (n.)
abnormal, opposite of norm
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English SAT
alacrity
aesthetic
calumny
cogent
eagerness, speed
artistic, related to the appreciation of beauty
an attempt to soil someone else's reputation by spreading lies
intellectually convincing
alacrity
eagerness, speed
aesthetic
artistic, related to the appreciation of beauty
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SAT Vocabulary Group 5 (English <=> English)
absolution (n.)
blatant (adj.)
blatantly (adv.)
blatancy (n.)
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious; (of bad behavior) done openly and unshamedly
The adverb of blatant
The noun of blatant
absolution (n.)
forgiveness; pardon; release
blatant (adj.)
obvious; (of bad behavior) done openly and unshamedly
128 terms
SAT English (Vocabulary)
abject (adj.)
aberration (n.)
abscond (v.)
accede (v.)
contemptible or hated kind
abnormal, opposite of norm
run away or escape
to yield another to agree
abject (adj.)
contemptible or hated kind
aberration (n.)
abnormal, opposite of norm
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SAT #5 Sophomore English
apprehend
approbation
appropriate
aquatic
to seize, to arrest
praise
to take, make use of
relating to water
apprehend
to seize, to arrest
approbation
praise
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English- SAT Old English
Broach
Charlatan
Erudite
Etymology
an elongated, tapered, serrated cutting tool for shaping and…
a person who pretends or claims to have more knowledge or ski…
characterized by great knowledge; learned or scholarly
a chronological account of the birth and development of a par…
Broach
an elongated, tapered, serrated cutting tool for shaping and…
Charlatan
a person who pretends or claims to have more knowledge or ski…
34 terms
sat english
rhetoric
subordinating
3 types of essays
deferential
how you use something to organize ideas
anything that relies on a part of a sentence
persuasive... expository... entertaining
respectful
rhetoric
how you use something to organize ideas
subordinating
anything that relies on a part of a sentence
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English 1 ACT\SAT Vocabulary I
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
(n.) a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
cautious; aware of potential consequences... (adj.) careful, cau…
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
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SAT Vocabulary Words English 2
abate (v.)
balk (v.)
calamity (n.)
debase (v.)
to reduce or lessen
to stop or block abruptly
an event with disastrous consequences
to lower the quality or esteem of something
abate (v.)
to reduce or lessen
balk (v.)
to stop or block abruptly
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English SAT 2
Compulsory
Discursive
Concise
Astute
(adj) required by law or a rule
(adj) digressing from subject to subject
(adj) giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words
(adj) having or showing an ability to accurately assess situa…
Compulsory
(adj) required by law or a rule
Discursive
(adj) digressing from subject to subject
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SAT Math & English - AVID
integer
prime numbers
Of 0, 1 & 2, which are prime?
percent
numbers without fractional or decimal parts (positive, negati…
a number which can only be divided by itself and 1
2
divide by 100 ( /100)
integer
numbers without fractional or decimal parts (positive, negati…
prime numbers
a number which can only be divided by itself and 1
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SAT Vocab 11-English 4
enhance
glutton
tout
brawn
to intensify, improve
someone who consumes too much food or drink
to praise highly
muscular strength
enhance
to intensify, improve
glutton
someone who consumes too much food or drink
300 terms
English SAT vocab
Odious
Wanton
Contentious
Strident
(adj.) Repugnant hateful... synonyms: abhorrent, abominable, de…
adj. extravagant, excessive... synonyms: extreme... antonyms: fruga…
adj. characterized by argumentative attitude or action, quarr…
adj. shrill and loud, harsh ... synonyms: grating, jarring, rasp…
Odious
(adj.) Repugnant hateful... synonyms: abhorrent, abominable, de…
Wanton
adj. extravagant, excessive... synonyms: extreme... antonyms: fruga…
English: SAT Vocab
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
morally unrestrained
a coin collector
a scarcity, lack
believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
Licentious
morally unrestrained
Numismatist
a coin collector
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SAT Vocabulary Group 5 (English <=> Chinese)
Absolution (n.)
blatant (adj.)
blatantly (adv.)
blatancy (n.)
1. (義務等的)免除 ... 2. 【宗】罪之赦免(或免除)
1. 喧鬧的 2. 公然的; 露骨的 3. 刺眼的; 炫耀的
1. 喧鬧地 2. 公然地
喧鬧
Absolution (n.)
1. (義務等的)免除 ... 2. 【宗】罪之赦免(或免除)
blatant (adj.)
1. 喧鬧的 2. 公然的; 露骨的 3. 刺眼的; 炫耀的
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SAT Vocabulary, Group 2 (English <=> Chinese)
Abrasive (n.)
Abrasive ( adj.)
Abrasive ( adj.)
abrasively (adv.)
研磨料(如金鋼砂、砂紙等)
有研磨作用的; 有磨蝕作用的
傷人感情的, 惱人的
研磨地
Abrasive (n.)
研磨料(如金鋼砂、砂紙等)
Abrasive ( adj.)
有研磨作用的; 有磨蝕作用的
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SAT PREP ENGLISH VOCAB.
Myriad
Futile
Adversary
Reprive
A Large Number
Useless
Enemy
Delay Of Punishment
Myriad
A Large Number
Futile
Useless
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SAT Words (english)
Dec/Deca/Deci
Hetro
Dia
Trans
ten, one tenth, da
"different" "other"
through or across
"across" "beyond" or "over"
Dec/Deca/Deci
ten, one tenth, da
Hetro
"different" "other"
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English SAT Prep
Mentor
Mundane
Bizarre
Charlatan
a counselor or teacher
Ordinary
(adj.) extremely strange, unusual, atypical, fantastic
A fake; fraud; imposter; cheat
Mentor
a counselor or teacher
Mundane
Ordinary
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SAT English Vocab #3
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Enscounce
Forgiveness; Pardon; Release
Obvious
Praiseworthy
Establish firmly in a position
Absolution
Forgiveness; Pardon; Release
Blatant
Obvious
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SAT English Vocab #2
Abasement
Billowing
Cower
Enhance
humiliation; degradation
swelling; fluttering; waving
recoil in fear or servility; shrink away from
improve; make better or clearer
Abasement
humiliation; degradation
Billowing
swelling; fluttering; waving
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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
SAT ENGLISH 5
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
to shorten
to stop from pleasurable activities , eating or drinking
high praise or flattery
misfortune
Abbreviate
to shorten
Abstinence
to stop from pleasurable activities , eating or drinking
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English II SAT Vocabulary
Skullduggery
Ancillary
Sedentary
Cursory
Cheating; trickery; ... -The charlatan was guilty of skullduggery.
Helping; assistance providing ... -Christopher worked hard to ea…
Sitting; little exercise ... -A sedentary lifestyle can lead to…
Rapid and superficial; done with speed and little attention... -…
Skullduggery
Cheating; trickery; ... -The charlatan was guilty of skullduggery.
Ancillary
Helping; assistance providing ... -Christopher worked hard to ea…
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2015-16 English 12 SAT Vocabulary
abstemious
adversary
autonomous
brevity
self-denying; unselfish and altruistic
an opponent in a contest or event (sometimes synonymous with…
capable of ruling one's self; self-controlling
concise and exact use of words (to the point so much it might…
abstemious
self-denying; unselfish and altruistic
adversary
an opponent in a contest or event (sometimes synonymous with…
10 terms
English SAT - Week 1
Abhor
Abominate
Abridge
Abstruse
To hate very much, to detest utterly
To dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loath…
To shorten; to condense; to diminish; to curtail
Hard to Understand
Abhor
To hate very much, to detest utterly
Abominate
To dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loath…
English 3 SAT#5
Paradox
Enigmatic, Inscrutable
Acquiesce
Naive, Gullible
A seemingly contradictory statement
Mysterious; puzzling
To comply; to agree
Unaffectedly simple
Paradox
A seemingly contradictory statement
Enigmatic, Inscrutable
Mysterious; puzzling
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English Sat vocab 1
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Def- Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generou…
Def- Having contrary my feelings or attitudes, uncertain as t…
Def- Lean; sharp-cornered; grant... Antonym- Rotund
Def- Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud... Synonyms- Pres…
Altruistic
Def- Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generou…
Ambivalent
Def- Having contrary my feelings or attitudes, uncertain as t…
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English 4 SAT Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraing from
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive
Hardship; misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
act of refraing from
SAT WORDS FOR ENGLISH
ambivalent
apathy
autonomy
benovolent
undecided; having mixed fellings
lack of energy or interest
self government
kindly
ambivalent
undecided; having mixed fellings
apathy
lack of energy or interest
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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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English SAT 2
Abasement
Billowing
Cower
Enhance
humiliation; degradation
swelling; fluttering; waving
Recoil in fear or servility; shrink away from
improve; make better or clearer
Abasement
humiliation; degradation
Billowing
swelling; fluttering; waving
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SAT English 4
Abstemious
Blithe
Crepuscular
Enunciation
self denying; refraining from indulging
free-spirited; carefree
active at dawn and dusk
clear pronunciation; accent; articulation
Abstemious
self denying; refraining from indulging
Blithe
free-spirited; carefree
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SAT English 3
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconce
forgiveness; pardon;release
obvious
praiseworthy
establish firmly in a position
Absolution
forgiveness; pardon;release
Blatant
obvious
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English SAT 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Fake; false
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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English SAT #6 Freshmen
Incessant
Latent
Eloquent
Diffident
Nonstop; continuing without interruption
Lay hidden; or undeveloped; potential
extremely expressive in speech, writing, or movement.
Lacking self-confidence, timid.
Incessant
Nonstop; continuing without interruption
Latent
Lay hidden; or undeveloped; potential
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English 2 SAT Vocabulary Unit #1
adieu
advent
apex
assimilate
Farewell
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
(n.) the highest point, tip
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
adieu
Farewell
advent
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
558 terms
SAT Math & English
integer
prime numbers
Of 0, 1 & 2, which are prime?
percent
numbers without fractional or decimal parts (positive, negati…
a number which can only be divided by itself and 1
2
divide by 100 ( /100)
integer
numbers without fractional or decimal parts (positive, negati…
prime numbers
a number which can only be divided by itself and 1
12 terms
SAT Words English
divulged
demure
comport
chide
to disclose or reveal something private or secret. verb
characterized by shyness and modesty; reserved. adjective
to bear or conduct oneself; behave. verb
to express disapproval of; scold; reproach. verb
divulged
to disclose or reveal something private or secret. verb
demure
characterized by shyness and modesty; reserved. adjective
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sat english vocab
Abhor
Bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded or prejudiced person
fake or false
give voting rights
Abhor
hate
Bigot
narrow-minded or prejudiced person
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SAT Prep: English Vocabulary
Burnish
Bursar
Cache
Cacophony
to polish; to make smooth and straight
a treasurer or keep of funds
a hiding place; stockpile
a jarring, unpleasant noise
Burnish
to polish; to make smooth and straight
Bursar
a treasurer or keep of funds
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English SAT Words
Abate
Aberration
Abhorrence
Abstruse
of something perceived as hostile, threatening, or negative b…
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
a feeling of repulsion; disgusted loathing
difficult to understand; obscure
Abate
of something perceived as hostile, threatening, or negative b…
Aberration
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
English SAT Vocab
ambivalent
accrue
assuage
barrage
(adj.) having mixed feelings or contridacting ideas about som…
(v) to increase in value gradually overtime. [accruable (adj)…
(v) to ease; relieve; soothe; make milder.[assuager (n), assu…
(n) a concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area. [b…
ambivalent
(adj.) having mixed feelings or contridacting ideas about som…
accrue
(v) to increase in value gradually overtime. [accruable (adj)…
English SAT Vocab
ambivalent
accrue
assuage
barrage
(adj.) having mixed feelings or contridacting ideas about som…
(v) to increase in value gradually overtime. [accruable (adj)…
(v) to ease; relieve; soothe; make milder.[assuager (n), assu…
(n) a concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area. [b…
ambivalent
(adj.) having mixed feelings or contridacting ideas about som…
accrue
(v) to increase in value gradually overtime. [accruable (adj)…
SAT English (Vocabulary)
abject (adj.)
aberration (n.)
abscond (v.)
accede (v.)
contemptible or hated kind
abnormal, opposite of norm
run away or escape
to yield another to agree
abject (adj.)
contemptible or hated kind
aberration (n.)
abnormal, opposite of norm
12 terms
ENGLISH - SAT words
irony
allusion
Achilles heel
stentorian
( noun ) the expression of one's meaning by using language th…
( noun ) an expression designed to call something to mind wit…
( noun ) a weakness or vulnerable point.
( adjective ) (of a person's voice) loud and powerful.
irony
( noun ) the expression of one's meaning by using language th…
allusion
( noun ) an expression designed to call something to mind wit…
20 terms
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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SAT vocabulary: English
Querulous
Extol
Quell
Obscure
Constantly complaining
To praise highly
To put to an end by force
Not understood
Querulous
Constantly complaining
Extol
To praise highly
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English SAT Vocab
jaded
gist
advocate
efface
worn out,dulled, as from overindulgence
the main point
to recommend; to speak favor of
to obliterate;to wipe out
jaded
worn out,dulled, as from overindulgence
gist
the main point
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