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HSPT Vocabulary D+E
damp
daunt
dearth
debacle
to diminish the intensity or check something, such as a sound…
to intimidate or dismay
smallness of quantity or number; scarcity; lack
rout, fiasco, complete failure
damp
to diminish the intensity or check something, such as a sound…
daunt
to intimidate or dismay
37 terms
HSPT Vocabulary E Words
Eclectic
Efficacious
Effrontery
Effusive
Drawn from many sources
Able to produce a desired effect
Shameless
Pouring forth emotions very freely
Eclectic
Drawn from many sources
Efficacious
Able to produce a desired effect
46 terms
HSPT Vocabulary E Words
Eclectic
Efficacious
Effrontery
Effusive
Drawn from many sources
Able to produce a desired effect
Shameless
Pouring forth emotions very freely
Eclectic
Drawn from many sources
Efficacious
Able to produce a desired effect
36 terms
HSPT Vocabulary "e", "f", "g"
edible
egress
elegy
elite
fit to be eaten; safe to eat
the act of going out; an exit
a serious or sad poem, usually honoring a dead person
the group thought of as being the finest or best
edible
fit to be eaten; safe to eat
egress
the act of going out; an exit
HSPT vocabulary part 4 (E)
eclectic
efficacious
effrontery
effusive
(adjective) drawn from many sources; varied, heterogeneous
(adjective) able to produce a desired amount
(noun) shameless, boldness
(adjective) pouring forth one's emotions very freely
eclectic
(adjective) drawn from many sources; varied, heterogeneous
efficacious
(adjective) able to produce a desired amount
20 terms
Tyler HSPT Vocabulary: E list 1
eclectic
efficacious
effrontery
effusive
drawn from many sources
able to produce a desired effect
shameless boldness
pouring forth one's emotions very freely
eclectic
drawn from many sources
efficacious
able to produce a desired effect
English HSPT Vocabulary E-G
edible
egress
elegy
elite
able to be eaten
exit
a sorrowful poem or speech
(n.) the choice part of a group of people or things; (adj.) s…
edible
able to be eaten
egress
exit
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Tyler HSPT Vocabulary: E list 2
encroach
enervate
engender
enhance
to go beyond acceptable limits; to trespass
to reduce the energy or strength of someone or something
to produce, to cause
to improve in value or quality
encroach
to go beyond acceptable limits; to trespass
enervate
to reduce the energy or strength of someone or something
195 terms
HSPT 2016-17 Vocabulary A-E
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
(verb) ... to shorten... *not "abridge"
(adj.)... irritating, grinding, rough
(verb)... to shorten, to reduce... *not "abbreviate"
(verb)... to free from guilt, to exonerate
abbreviate
(verb) ... to shorten... *not "abridge"
abrasive
(adj.)... irritating, grinding, rough
2017 HSPT/ISEE Vocabulary Terms E
economic
effect
elegy
eligible
justified in terms of profitability
change that is a result of an action
sad poem or song
having the right to do something
economic
justified in terms of profitability
effect
change that is a result of an action
6 terms
"E" Essential Vocabulary
ええ
映画
映画館
え... drawn or painted picture
ええ... yes
えいが... movie
えいがかん... movie theatre
え... drawn or painted picture
ええ
ええ... yes
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Essential vocabulary Module E
to reserve
to quit
gathering
construction
להזמין מקום ב
להתפטר
אסיפה, מפגש
מבנה
to reserve
להזמין מקום ב
to quit
להתפטר
6 terms
"E" Essential Vocabulary No HRGN
ええ
映画
映画館
drawn or painted picture
yes
movie
movie theatre
drawn or painted picture
ええ
yes
35 terms
IELTS Essential Vocabulary 700 - E
Earnest
Economical
Edge
Effort
열정적인
알뜰한
가장자리
노력
Earnest
열정적인
Economical
알뜰한
35 terms
IELTS Essential Vocabulary 700 - E
Earnest
Economical
Edge
Effort
ardent 열정적인
saving 알뜰한
verge 모서리
endeavor 노력
Earnest
ardent 열정적인
Economical
saving 알뜰한
32 terms
Essential Business Vocabulary (e-f)
early
edition
to educate
effect
früh
Ausgabe
ausbilden, erziehen
Wirkung
early
früh
edition
Ausgabe
Essential Vocabulary Unit 1 (E.L.A.)
Plot
Resolution
Falling Action
Climax
The main events of a play, novel, movie, or similar work, etc.
The action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matt…
The parts of a story after the climax and before the very end.
The most intense, exciting, or important point of the story,…
Plot
The main events of a play, novel, movie, or similar work, etc.
Resolution
The action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matt…
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BEC Preliminary - Essential Vocabulary E
trade
account
broker
competitor
Handel
Konto
Händler/ Makler
Konkurrent
trade
Handel
account
Konto
35 terms
IELTS Essential Vocabulary 700 - E
Earnest
Economical
Edge
Effort
열정적인
알뜰한
가장자리
노력
Earnest
열정적인
Economical
알뜰한
36 terms
Higher Level Essential Vocabulary - D & E
Deleitarse
Deleite
Desamparado
Pasar desapercebido
To delight in
Placer
Forsaken, Abandoned
To go unnoticed
Deleitarse
To delight in
Deleite
Placer
38 terms
E111 Essential Social Media Profile Vocabulary
perfil
nombre
¿Qué te gusta?
mis cosas favoritas
profile
name
What do you like?
my favorite things
perfil
profile
nombre
name
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HSPT Vocabulary Peterson A, B, C, D, E, F, and G words
absolve
abstain
accentuate
acrimonious
v. to free from guilt
v. to hold back
v. to emphasize
adj. biting, harsh
absolve
v. to free from guilt
abstain
v. to hold back
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BEC Preliminary - Essential Vocabulary E2
to book a double room
to check in
to catch a flight
to miss the train
ein Doppelzimmer buchen
einchecken
den Flug erwischen
den Zug verpassen
to book a double room
ein Doppelzimmer buchen
to check in
einchecken
E.L.A. Unit 2 Essential Vocabulary (7th Grade)
Point of View
Figurative Language
Inference
Textual Evidence
The perspective from which the author presents a story or idea.
Language not to be taken literally: simile, metaphor, personi…
Textual clues + what you know
Support lifted directly from the text to support inferences,…
Point of View
The perspective from which the author presents a story or idea.
Figurative Language
Language not to be taken literally: simile, metaphor, personi…
11 terms
E.L.A. Unit 2 Essential Vocabulary (7th Grade)
Point of View
Figurative Language
Inference
Textual Evidence
The perspective from which the author presents a story or idea.
Language not to be taken literally: simile, metaphor, personi…
Textual clues + what you know
Support lifted directly from the text to support inferences,…
Point of View
The perspective from which the author presents a story or idea.
Figurative Language
Language not to be taken literally: simile, metaphor, personi…
10 terms
Essential Vocabulary for Science Apple C.E.O project
Greenhouse effect
Greenhouse gases
Global warming
Fossil fuel
The process of trapping heat in the atmosphere because of cer…
The gases that trap heat in the atmosphere
The theory that the increase of greenhouse gases in the atmos…
A nonrenewable source of energy that is burned for energy
Greenhouse effect
The process of trapping heat in the atmosphere because of cer…
Greenhouse gases
The gases that trap heat in the atmosphere
35 terms
Hspt
Banal
Benevolent
Benign
Berate
Common
Kind
Harmless
Scold
Banal
Common
Benevolent
Kind
14 terms
8th grade HSPT words - E
1. Edible
2. Egress
3. Elegy
4. Elite
fit to be eaten as food; eatable
a means or place of going out; an exit.
a poem written in elegiac meter.
the choice or best of anything consider
1. Edible
fit to be eaten as food; eatable
2. Egress
a means or place of going out; an exit.
46 terms
HSPT E Words
eclectic
efficacious
effrontery
effusive
drawn from many sources... varied... heterogenuous
able to produce a desired effect
shameless boldness
pouring forth one's emotions very freely
eclectic
drawn from many sources... varied... heterogenuous
efficacious
able to produce a desired effect
107 terms
HSPT Vocabulary
Amass
Abdicate
Obstinate
Debilitate
(verb) collect or gather; get or gather together
(verb) to cast off or relinquish
(adj) stubborn
(verb) make weak
Amass
(verb) collect or gather; get or gather together
Abdicate
(verb) to cast off or relinquish
59 terms
Manhattan GRE Essential and Advanced E
Eccentric
Eclectic
Eclipse
Efficacy
Peculiar, odd, deviating from the norm esp. in a whimsical way
Selecting the best of everything or from many diverse sources
The obscuring of one thing by another, such as the sun by the…
the quality of being able to produce the intended effect
Eccentric
Peculiar, odd, deviating from the norm esp. in a whimsical way
Eclectic
Selecting the best of everything or from many diverse sources
74 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Review
confine
delete
glossy
outrageous
keep within limits; restrict; limit
to erase
smooth and shining; N. gloss: shiny brightness on a surface;…
Going beyond all standards of what is right or decent
confine
keep within limits; restrict; limit
delete
to erase
23 terms
HSPT Vocab 8
armoire
unlucky
imaginary
NEWS
dresser
not lucky, but not really sad
not reality, (not used with facts or fiction, when real is a…
north, east, west, south
armoire
dresser
unlucky
not lucky, but not really sad
46 terms
HSPT E
Eclectic
Efficacious
Effrontery
Effusive
Drawn from many sources, varied, heterogeneous
Able to produce a desired effect
Shameless boldness
Pouring forth one's emotions very freely
Eclectic
Drawn from many sources, varied, heterogeneous
Efficacious
Able to produce a desired effect
35 terms
Manhattan Essential GRE "E"
Eccentric
Eclectic
Eclipse
Efficacy
Peculiar, odd, deviating from the norm esp. in a whimsical way
Selecting the best of everything or from many diverse sources
The obscuring of one thing by another, such as the sun by the…
the quality of being able to produce the intended effect
Eccentric
Peculiar, odd, deviating from the norm esp. in a whimsical way
Eclectic
Selecting the best of everything or from many diverse sources
Vocabulary Level E Unit 5
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
(noun) one who does good to others... Without the help of many…
(adj) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly... In to…
altruistic
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Most p…
assent
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement... Workers hope t…
12 terms
HSPT vocabulary 7 synonyms
Engender
Diminutive
Apex
Ignoble
Source, produce, caus e
Small
High, vertex, top
Low/rank, base
Engender
Source, produce, caus e
Diminutive
Small
41 terms
HSPT Vocabulary Set 2
Obstacle
Essential
Access
Compose
Difficulty
Necessary
Entrance
Write
Obstacle
Difficulty
Essential
Necessary
12 terms
Manhattan GRE Essential and Advanced J, K
jettison
jingoism
juxtapose
kindle
Discard, cast off; throw items overboard in order to lighten…
Excessive, loud patriotism and aggressive, warlike foreign po…
Place side by side (either physically or in a metaphorical wa…
Ignite, cause to begin burning; incite, arouse, inflame
jettison
Discard, cast off; throw items overboard in order to lighten…
jingoism
Excessive, loud patriotism and aggressive, warlike foreign po…
92 terms
Manhattan GRE Essential and Advanced A
abase
abeyance
abreast
abscission
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Temporary suspension, inactivity
Side-by-side. The more common "abreast of" means keeping up w…
Cutting off; sudden termination; the separation of leaves, pe…
abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
abeyance
Temporary suspension, inactivity
51 terms
HSPT Vocabulary I
iconoclast
idolatrous
idyll
ignominious
one who attacks or undermines traditional conventions or inst…
given to intense or excessive devotion or something
a carefree, light-hearted pastoral or romantic episode or exp…
shameful, dishonorable, ignoble, undignified, disgraceful
iconoclast
one who attacks or undermines traditional conventions or inst…
idolatrous
given to intense or excessive devotion or something
30 terms
HSPT Vocab 08
cursory
fidelity
boisterous (adj)
tract (n)
hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed
"devotion to duties, obligations, etc; faithfulness"
violent; rough; noisy
a short pamphlet or leaflet
cursory
hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed
fidelity
"devotion to duties, obligations, etc; faithfulness"
Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 7
abhor
amend
buffet
chaos
(verb) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply... syn.…
(verb) to change in a formal way; to change for the better... sy…
(verb) to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or for…
(noun) great confusion, disorder... syn.: anarchy, turmoil, pand…
abhor
(verb) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply... syn.…
amend
(verb) to change in a formal way; to change for the better... sy…
11 terms
Essential GRE Words : E
eclipse
egregarious
empirical
ephemeral
the obscuring of one thing by another
extraordinarily or conspicuously bad, glaring
coming from, based on, or able to be verified by experience o…
lasting only a short time, fleeting
eclipse
the obscuring of one thing by another
egregarious
extraordinarily or conspicuously bad, glaring
350 terms
HSPT Vocab Week 14
Abdicate
Aberration
Abject
Abolish
(v) to cast off or relinquish
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
(adj). sunk to a low condition or in miserable circumstances.
(v) do away with
Abdicate
(v) to cast off or relinquish
Aberration
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
300 terms
HSPT Vocab Week 12
Abdicate
Aberration
Abject
Abolish
(v) to cast off or relinquish
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
(adj). sunk to a low condition or in miserable circumstances.
(v) do away with
Abdicate
(v) to cast off or relinquish
Aberration
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
250 terms
HSPT Vocab Week 10
Abdicate
Aberration
Abject
Abolish
(v) to cast off or relinquish
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
(adj). sunk to a low condition or in miserable circumstances.
(v) do away with
Abdicate
(v) to cast off or relinquish
Aberration
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
325 terms
HSPT Vocab Week 13
Abdicate
Aberration
Abject
Abolish
(v) to cast off or relinquish
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
(adj). sunk to a low condition or in miserable circumstances.
(v) do away with
Abdicate
(v) to cast off or relinquish
Aberration
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
392 terms
HSPT Vocab Week 15
Abdicate
Aberration
Abject
Abolish
(v) to cast off or relinquish
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
(adj). sunk to a low condition or in miserable circumstances.
(v) do away with
Abdicate
(v) to cast off or relinquish
Aberration
(n) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
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