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10 terms
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
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
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
12 terms
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
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
33 terms
Sat english
Talking
Boring
Angry
Weak
Roots: locu, loqu,... LOQUacious, garrulous ... Using few words:…
hackneyed, mundane, vacuous, prosaic, insipid, pedestrian, ba…
Splenetic, choleric, irascible, cantankerous, querulous, reca…
Lethargic, lassitude, torpor, listless(ness), enervate, languar
Talking
Roots: locu, loqu,... LOQUacious, garrulous ... Using few words:…
Boring
hackneyed, mundane, vacuous, prosaic, insipid, pedestrian, ba…
13 terms
English SAT
Anachronism
bromide
Esoteric
Foible
A thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that…
A commonplace remark or notion; a platitude; Also a person th…
Intended for or likely to be understood by only a small numbe…
A minor weakness or eccentricity in someones character
Anachronism
A thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that…
bromide
A commonplace remark or notion; a platitude; Also a person th…
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…
SAT English
Analysis
Develop
Convey
Attribute
Noun, the practice of looking closely at small parts to see h…
Verb, to elaborate or enhance in detail
Communicate
Consider as caused by
Analysis
Noun, the practice of looking closely at small parts to see h…
Develop
Verb, to elaborate or enhance in detail
SAT English
ambivilant
reverence
brevity
advocate
uncertain
respect
brief/short
a person who supports a cause
ambivilant
uncertain
reverence
respect
10 terms
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
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
6 terms
English IV SAT Words
Inaugurate
megalomania
nirvana
perfunctory
to begin officially; to induct formally into office
(n.) a delusion marked by a feeling of power, wealth, talent,…
A condition of great peace or happiness
SUPERFICIAL; NOT THOROUGH; PERFORMED REALLY AS A DUTY
Inaugurate
to begin officially; to induct formally into office
megalomania
(n.) a delusion marked by a feeling of power, wealth, talent,…
45 terms
English sat
Maelstrom
Impotent
Emendation
Gloat
A whirpool
Powerless
A correction
To look or think about with great satisfaction
Maelstrom
A whirpool
Impotent
Powerless
397 terms
SAT ENGLISH
Numberless
Immeasurable
Singular
Duplicity
too numerous to be counted
beyond calculation or measure
Unique; extraordinary
contradictory doubleness of thought, speech or action, especi…
Numberless
too numerous to be counted
Immeasurable
beyond calculation or measure
English SAT
Concoct
Condescending
Conditional
Conformist
To Devise or Make up
acting from a superior position towards another individual.
Subject to, or depending on a condition or conditions
a person who adopts the attitudes, behavior, dress, etc.
Concoct
To Devise or Make up
Condescending
acting from a superior position towards another individual.
10 terms
sat english
ephemeral
equanimity
equivical
eradicate
brief
calm
vauge
to eliminate
ephemeral
brief
equanimity
calm
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
17 terms
English SAT
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable truth of events
abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
abstinence
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity
10 terms
English SAT
transcend
nascent
inherent
elicit
go beyond limit
just begun, in early stage of developement
inbuilt, genetic
to draw out
transcend
go beyond limit
nascent
just begun, in early stage of developement
English I SAT Vocab
altercation
opulent
cryptic
fiasco
a noisy dispute
demonstrating great wealth; extravagant
secret; mysterious
a failure
altercation
a noisy dispute
opulent
demonstrating great wealth; extravagant
10 terms
SAT English
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
Syn: Belligerent; contentious ... Ant: Cooperative; united
Syn: despicable; base ... Ant: noble; glorious
Syn: buffoon; clown... Ant: sophisticate
Syn: backing
factious
Syn: Belligerent; contentious ... Ant: Cooperative; united
ignoble
Syn: despicable; base ... Ant: noble; glorious
SAT English
Abate
Aberrant
Abrasive
Abridge
Subside or moderate
Abnormal
Rubbing away tending to grind down
Condense or shorten
Abate
Subside or moderate
Aberrant
Abnormal
English SAT
Catapult
Glutton
Muster
Beget
Slingshot
One who eats or consumes a great deal; having capacity to rec…
To collect or gather; the act of inspection or critical exami…
To give birth; to create
Catapult
Slingshot
Glutton
One who eats or consumes a great deal; having capacity to rec…
English III SAT 2
prologue
conjecture
terse
misanthrope
introductory lines of a play; the preface to a literary work;…
n. an opinion without proof; guesswork; v. to speculate; to g…
brief and to the point
an individual who dislikes or distrusts other human beings
prologue
introductory lines of a play; the preface to a literary work;…
conjecture
n. an opinion without proof; guesswork; v. to speculate; to g…
English sat
Allure
Apathy
Auspicious
Cordial
To influence sway or entice with some tempting
A lack of concern
Favorable
Courteous
Allure
To influence sway or entice with some tempting
Apathy
A lack of concern
20 terms
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…
English SAT
Hinder
Rescind
tenet
thwart
to cause delay
to cancel
a principle, belief, or doctrine accepted by members of a group
to block or prevent from happening
Hinder
to cause delay
Rescind
to cancel
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
Subject
Object
nouns
pronouns
The noun "doing" the verb.
The noun "being verbed"
person place or thing
words that replace/ point to nouns ... It, He, They ....
Subject
The noun "doing" the verb.
Object
The noun "being verbed"
558 terms
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
15 terms
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
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
10 terms
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…
24 terms
SAT English vocabulary
Brevity
Adept/Adroit
Ambivalent
Ambiguous
Shortness
Skilled
The feeling of being unsure
Things are unclear
Brevity
Shortness
Adept/Adroit
Skilled
7 terms
SAT English
Gregarious
Heinous
Jovial
Laborious
Social
Horendous
Friendly
Lots of work
Gregarious
Social
Heinous
Horendous
English SAT
Latent
Lethargic
Lugubrious
Moribund
Not developed, hidden
Sluggish, lazy
Looking or sounding mournful
At the point of dying
Latent
Not developed, hidden
Lethargic
Sluggish, lazy
SAT PREP ENGLISH VOCAB.
Myriad
Futile
Adversary
Reprive
A Large Number
Useless
Enemy
Delay Of Punishment
Myriad
A Large Number
Futile
Useless
397 terms
SAT ENGLISH
Numberless
Immeasurable
Singular
Duplicity
too numerous to be counted
beyond calculation or measure
Unique; extraordinary
contradictory doubleness of thought, speech or action, especi…
Numberless
too numerous to be counted
Immeasurable
beyond calculation or measure
5 terms
english sat
castigate
chicanery
depraved
discursive
severly criticized
practice of deception
evil, wicked evil
temporary departure from main subject
castigate
severly criticized
chicanery
practice of deception
26 terms
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"
12 terms
SAT English
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To detest utterly, to loath
Praise, an award
Austere, self-denying
To hand down, to leave in a will
Abhor
To detest utterly, to loath
Accolade
Praise, an award
English SAT
Laudatory
Mundane
Anachronism
Censure
Containing Praise
Ordinary
Error in order of time
Strong disapproval
Laudatory
Containing Praise
Mundane
Ordinary
150 terms
English SAT
Coalesce
Clandestine
Arcane
Efface
To fuse into a whole
Secret
Obscure, secret, known only by a few
To wipe out, obliterate, rub away
Coalesce
To fuse into a whole
Clandestine
Secret
10 terms
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
20 terms
English SAT
Nomad
Nebulous
Obsolete
Nihilism
Member of a tribe that has no permanent home
Hazy, vague, or indistinct
No longer in use
Total rejection of laws or institution
Nomad
Member of a tribe that has no permanent home
Nebulous
Hazy, vague, or indistinct
English SAT
Scrupulous
Gregarious
Copious
Onerous
Careful of small details
Sociable
Abundant
Troublesome or oppresive
Scrupulous
Careful of small details
Gregarious
Sociable
28 terms
SAT ENGLISH
Colon
Semi Colon
Dash
Clause
List or explanation... Never use such as before or after... Can onl…
Between two complete ideas
Used for emphasis... Before something humorous... Before an explana…
Two or more words that have a subject and a verb - doesn't ha…
Colon
List or explanation... Never use such as before or after... Can onl…
Semi Colon
Between two complete ideas
english SAT
Lethal
Scurry
incisive
precipitated
deadly ; fatal
Run hastily; move quickly
Acute; remarkable clear and direct
Hasten; being about prematurely or suddenly
Lethal
deadly ; fatal
Scurry
Run hastily; move quickly
English SAT
Scrupulous
Gregarious
Copious
Onerous
Careful of small details
Sociable
Abundant
Troublesome or oppresive
Scrupulous
Careful of small details
Gregarious
Sociable
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