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129 terms
GRUBER SAT
abate
abdicate
abet
abrogate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
to give up a position, right, or power
to aid, help, encourage
to abolish or annul by authority; put down
abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
abdicate
to give up a position, right, or power
311 terms
The Gruber SAT
aback
abandon
abase
ashamed
surprised, startled
to leave, to give up, discontinue
to humiliate, to humble, to lower
embarrassed,ashamed
aback
surprised, startled
abandon
to leave, to give up, discontinue
47 terms
SAT-Gruber
Heretical
Gauche
Resilience
Facetious
Unorthodox
Clumsy
Elasticity
Witty
Heretical
Unorthodox
Gauche
Clumsy
1,395 terms
Gruber's SAT Vocabulary
abet
abeyance
abhor
abide
to aid; to encourage
a temporary postponement
to hate; to detest
to remain; to put up with
abet
to aid; to encourage
abeyance
a temporary postponement
20 terms
Gruber SAT Test 9
paramount
brochure
fidelity
defuse
most important
pamphlet
Loyalty
To make less harmful, potent, or tense.
paramount
most important
brochure
pamphlet
45 terms
Gruber SAT words
abase
abate
abattoir
abet
to degrade
to decrease
a slaughterhouse
to aid
abase
to degrade
abate
to decrease
51 terms
SAT Gruber Set 1
Abase
Abate
Aberration
abet
to humiliate; to humble; to lower
to lessen; to decrease
abnormality; deviation
to aid; to encourage
Abase
to humiliate; to humble; to lower
Abate
to lessen; to decrease
66 terms
SAT Gruber Set 4
dais
dale
dank
dappled
platform; speaker's stand
valley
chilly and wet
spotted
dais
platform; speaker's stand
dale
valley
16 terms
Gruber SAT S-3
schism
scintilla
scintillate
scion
a split or break
a tiny amount; a speck
to sparkle; to twinkle
an offspring; a descendant
schism
a split or break
scintilla
a tiny amount; a speck
16 terms
Gruber SAT S-4
sedentary
sedition
sedulous
seedy
sitting most of the time
rebellion
hard-working; industrious; diligent
run-down; shabby
sedentary
sitting most of the time
sedition
rebellion
41 terms
SAT Gruber Set 3
cabal
cache
cadaverous
cadence
a small, secret group
a hiding place
pale; ghastly; corpselike
rhythm; beat
cabal
a small, secret group
cache
a hiding place
19 terms
Gruber SAT O-2
optimum
opulent
oracular
oration
the best; most favorable
rich; luxurious
mysterious; predicting
a speech delivered on a special occasion
optimum
the best; most favorable
opulent
rich; luxurious
79 terms
SAT Vocab Gruber A
aback
abandon
abase
abate
startled, surprised
to leave, to give up, to discontinue
to humiliate, to humble, to lower
to lessen, decrease
aback
startled, surprised
abandon
to leave, to give up, to discontinue
28 terms
Gruber SAT P-2
paroxysm
parrot
parsimonious
partisan
a sudden outburst; a fit
to repeat or imitate without understanding
stingy; miserly
a strong supporter of a cause
paroxysm
a sudden outburst; a fit
parrot
to repeat or imitate without understanding
14 terms
Gruber SAT S-6
simian
simony
simper
simulacrum
pertaining to an ape or monkey
the sin of buying or selling church benefits
to simile in a silly way
an image; a likeness
simian
pertaining to an ape or monkey
simony
the sin of buying or selling church benefits
16 terms
Gruber SAT S-7
slacken
slake
slander
slattern
become loose; to relax
to lessen (thirst, desire, anger, etc.) by satisfying; to que…
to make a false statement against someone
an untidy woman
slacken
become loose; to relax
slake
to lessen (thirst, desire, anger, etc.) by satisfying; to que…
45 terms
SAT Gruber Set 2
bacchanalian
badinage
bagatelle
baleful
wild with drunkenness
playful, teasing talk
thing of little value; trifle
harmful; menacing; pernicious
bacchanalian
wild with drunkenness
badinage
playful, teasing talk
51 terms
Gruber SAT O-1
oaf
oasis
obdurate
obeisance
a dunce or blockhead
a place which offers a pleasant relief
stubbor; hard-hearted
a bow or similar gesture expressing deep respect
oaf
a dunce or blockhead
oasis
a place which offers a pleasant relief
30 terms
Gruber SAT P-3
penchant
pendant
penitent
pensive
a strong liking for; an inclination
anything that hangs or is suspended
expressing sorrow for sin or wrongdoing
dreamily thoughtful
penchant
a strong liking for; an inclination
pendant
anything that hangs or is suspended
28 terms
Gruber SAT Q
quack
quadruped
quaff
quagmire
an untrained doctor; a pretender of any skill
a four-footed animal
to gulp; to drink in large quantities
a swamp; a difficult situation
quack
an untrained doctor; a pretender of any skill
quadruped
a four-footed animal
18 terms
Gruber SAT S-5
seraphic
serendipity
serpentine
serrated
angelic; pure
a talent for making desirable discoveries by accident
winding
having tooth-like edges
seraphic
angelic; pure
serendipity
a talent for making desirable discoveries by accident
16 terms
Gruber SAT S-2
sanction
sangfroid
sanguinary
sanguine
to authorize; to give permission
calmness; composure
bloody
cheerful; optimistic
sanction
to authorize; to give permission
sangfroid
calmness; composure
16 terms
Gruber's SAT Wordlist
downtrodden
doyen
Draconian
dregs
Oppressed, trampled upon
senior or eldest member
Hard, severe, cruel
leftovers
downtrodden
Oppressed, trampled upon
doyen
senior or eldest member
32 terms
Gruber SAT P1
paean
palatable
palatial
pall
song of praise or joy
pleasant to the taste
magnificent
something that covers or conceals; to become wearisome or unp…
paean
song of praise or joy
palatable
pleasant to the taste
31 terms
Gruber's SAT Words
abolish (2)
abridge (2)
abstemious (1)
accent (1)
v. to put an end
v. to reduce
adj. moderate
n. syllables that differ in loudness, pitch, or length
abolish (2)
v. to put an end
abridge (2)
v. to reduce
25 terms
SAT Vocab Gruber Blue
aesthetic
alleviate
ample
annihilate
Pertaining to beauty
to lessen; to relieve
roomy; abundant
totally destroy
aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty
alleviate
to lessen; to relieve
335 terms
Gruber SAT (A)
aback
abandon
abase
abash
(preceded by taken) surprised; startled
to leave; give up; to discontinue
to humiliate; to humble; to lower
ashamed; embarassed
aback
(preceded by taken) surprised; startled
abandon
to leave; give up; to discontinue
320 terms
Gruber SAT (C)
cabal
cache
cacophony
cadaverous
a small, secret group
a hiding place
harsh or unpleasant sound
pale; ghastly; corpselike
cabal
a small, secret group
cache
a hiding place
241 terms
Gruber SAT (D)
dais
dale
dally
dank
platform; speaker's stand
valley
to waste time
chilly and wet
dais
platform; speaker's stand
dale
valley
27 terms
Gruber SAT J-1
jaded
jargon
jaundiced
jaunt
tired; worn out; dulled
vocabulary peculiar to a particular trade or group of people;…
pertaining to a yellowed skin; prejudiced
short trip; excursion
jaded
tired; worn out; dulled
jargon
vocabulary peculiar to a particular trade or group of people;…
184 terms
Gruber SAT R-1
rabble
rabid
rack
raconteur
mob; disorderly crowd
intense; furious or raging; mad
to torment; to torture
storyteller
rabble
mob; disorderly crowd
rabid
intense; furious or raging; mad
173 terms
Gruber SAT M-1
macabre
Machiavellian
machination
macroscopic
horrible; gruesome
deceitful; trickery
evil design
visible to the naked eye
macabre
horrible; gruesome
Machiavellian
deceitful; trickery
89 terms
Gruber SAT V-1
vacillate
vagabond
vagary
vagrant
to sway back and forth; to hesitate in making a decision
a wanderer
an odd notion; an unpredictable action
a homeless person; a wanderer
vacillate
to sway back and forth; to hesitate in making a decision
vagabond
a wanderer
98 terms
Gruber SAT L-1
labyrinthine
lacerate
lachrymose
lackadaisical
complicated; intricate
to tear (flesh) roughly; to mangle
tearful
uninterested; listless
labyrinthine
complicated; intricate
lacerate
to tear (flesh) roughly; to mangle
332 terms
Gruber SAT P-1
pacify
pact
paean
palatable
to calm down
an agreement
song of praise or joy
pleasant to the taste
pacify
to calm down
pact
an agreement
48 terms
Gruber's SAT Prefixes
a-, ab-, abs-
ad-
ambi-, amphi-
ante-, anti-
from, away
to (ex. adhere)
around (both)
before
a-, ab-, abs-
from, away
ad-
to (ex. adhere)
12 terms
Gruber SAT K-1
kaleidoscopic
ken
kindle
kindred
constantly changing
range of knowledge
to set on fire; to excite
relative; family, tribe, or race
kaleidoscopic
constantly changing
ken
range of knowledge
57 terms
Gruber SAT N-1
nabob
nadir
naive
narcissictic
a very wealthy or powerful person
lowest point
simple; unsophisticated
conceited, vain
nabob
a very wealthy or powerful person
nadir
lowest point
231 terms
Gruber SAT I-1
ichthyology
icon
iconoclast
idealist
study of fish
a statue or idol
a rebel; one who breaks with tradition
one with very high standards
ichthyology
study of fish
icon
a statue or idol
92 terms
Gruber SAT H-1
habitat
hackneyed
haggard
haggle
dwelling
trite; commonplace; overused
worn out from sleeplessness, grief, etc.
to bargain over a price
habitat
dwelling
hackneyed
trite; commonplace; overused
299 terms
SAT vocab Gruber 250
abdicate
aberration
abstruse
adage
to yield; to give up
abnormality; deviation
hard to understand
a familiar saying
abdicate
to yield; to give up
aberration
abnormality; deviation
108 terms
Gruber SAT G-1
gadfly
gaff
gainsay
gait
a person who annoys others
a hook
to deny; to contradict
manner of walking
gadfly
a person who annoys others
gaff
a hook
43 terms
Gruber SAT U-1
ubiquitous
ulcerous
ulterior
ultimatum
present everywhere
infected
lying beyond; hidden
a final demand or proposal
ubiquitous
present everywhere
ulcerous
infected
31 terms
Gruber SAT Q-1
quack
quadruped
quaff
quagmire
an untrained doctor; a pretender of any skill
a four-footed animal
to gulp; to drink in large quantities
a swamp; a difficult situation
quack
an untrained doctor; a pretender of any skill
quadruped
a four-footed animal
119 terms
Gruber SAT T-1
tableau
taboo
tabulation
tacit
dramatic scene or picture
forbidden; unacceptable
a systematic listing by columns or rows
silent; not expressed
tableau
dramatic scene or picture
taboo
forbidden; unacceptable
216 terms
Gruber SAT (E)
earnest
earthy
ebb
ebullient
sincere; serious
realistic; coarse
to slowly decrease
enthusastic
earnest
sincere; serious
earthy
realistic; coarse
148 terms
Gruber SAT F-1
fabricate
fabulous
facade
facet
(two meanings) to construct; to tie
incrdible; imaginative
outward appearance
aspect
fabricate
(two meanings) to construct; to tie
fabulous
incrdible; imaginative
80 terms
Gruber SAT O-1
oaf
oasis
obdurate
obeisance
a dunce or blockhead
a place that offers a pleasant relief
stubborn; hard-hearted
a bow or similar gesture expressing deep respect
oaf
a dunce or blockhead
oasis
a place that offers a pleasant relief
264 terms
Gruber SAT S-1
saccharine
sacrilege
sacrosanct
sadistic
overly sweet
the violation of anything sacred
extremely holy
deriving pleasure from inflicting pain on others
saccharine
overly sweet
sacrilege
the violation of anything sacred
146 terms
Gruber SAT (B)
bacchanalian
badger
badinage
baffle
wild with drunkenness
to nag; to annoy
playful, teasing talk
to confuse; to bewilder
bacchanalian
wild with drunkenness
badger
to nag; to annoy
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