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9 terms
ISEE 4
despondent
voracious
detrimental
arid
Depressed
Having a huge appetite
harmful
Dry
despondent
Depressed
voracious
Having a huge appetite
10 terms
ISEE 4
reprimand
vivacious
extrovert
introvert
To scold
Lively
an outgoing person
person that likes to be alone
reprimand
To scold
vivacious
Lively
10 terms
ISEE 4
Cred
Credible
Abhor
Candid
Believe
Able to believe
Regarded with hatred
Truthful
Cred
Believe
Credible
Able to believe
65 terms
SSAT/ISEE Upper, List #4
falter
fathom
fatigue
feeble
(v) to move hesitatingly, as if about to give way
(n) a linear unit of measurement for water depth
(n) exhaustion, tiredness
(adj) very weak; not successful or effective
falter
(v) to move hesitatingly, as if about to give way
fathom
(n) a linear unit of measurement for water depth
20 terms
ISEE #4
mimic
beverage
context
deteriorate
imitate
drink
siutation
decline
mimic
imitate
beverage
drink
30 terms
ISEE Root Words (#4)
macro
mac/maj/mas/max
mal
man
great
great
bad
hand
macro
great
mac/maj/mas/max
great
20 terms
ISEE 4
descend
novice
accustomed
despair
to go down
beginner
used to-... I am accustomed to sleeping all the time
hopelessness
descend
to go down
novice
beginner
240 terms
ISEE #4
Abdicate
Abundant
Acute
Admonish
to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, duty, etc.
More than enough; plentiful. In great supply
Sharp; shrewd.
Mildly scorn; caution, advise, or remind to do something
Abdicate
to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, duty, etc.
Abundant
More than enough; plentiful. In great supply
10 terms
ISEE - 4
Belittle
Exaggerate
Chide
Constrict
Criticize
Overstate
Lecture
Inhibit
Belittle
Criticize
Exaggerate
Overstate
20 terms
ISEE 4
reprisal
renowned
remorse
relent
revenge, retaliation
famed
regret, sorrow, shame
to soften, give in, abate
reprisal
revenge, retaliation
renowned
famed
15 terms
4 ISEE
approximate
arbitrary
arid
aspiration
near or approaching state
decide by a judge
really dry
a strong desire
approximate
near or approaching state
arbitrary
decide by a judge
42 terms
ISEE 4
debate
debt
decieve
decline
辯論
債務
欺騙
下降
debate
辯論
debt
債務
20 terms
Isee 4
revere
ridicule
sage
serene
To honor
To make fun of
wise
calm
revere
To honor
ridicule
To make fun of
24 terms
ISEE 4
Precise
Prefer
Prowl
Persue
Exact, specific
To like one thing more than another
To move something around stealthily, especially in search of…
To follow, chase, or go after
Precise
Exact, specific
Prefer
To like one thing more than another
20 terms
ISEE #4
Debris
Eddy
Fauna
Glib
Charred or spoiled remains of something that has been destroy…
Small whirlpool or any similar current... Sym: swirling water,…
Animals of a given area... Sym: animals, creatures, beasts
Able to speak profusely; having a ready flow of words... Sym: s…
Debris
Charred or spoiled remains of something that has been destroy…
Eddy
Small whirlpool or any similar current... Sym: swirling water,…
10 terms
ISEE 4
Impudent
Incite
Inherent
Intentional
Rude, impolite, or insolent
To provoke, urge, taunt, tNtalize, or stadt (an argument or f…
Inborn, natural (as in talent), genetics hereditary
On purpose, deliberate
Impudent
Rude, impolite, or insolent
Incite
To provoke, urge, taunt, tNtalize, or stadt (an argument or f…
10 terms
ISEE4
Anguish
Aqueduct
Armada
Attract
Strong physical or mental pain
A large pipe or conduit for carrying water from a distant loc…
A big fleet of warships; also used to mean an overwhelming nu…
To cause to draw near by some quality or action
Anguish
Strong physical or mental pain
Aqueduct
A large pipe or conduit for carrying water from a distant loc…
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.D
Contend
Contrite
Courier
Dawdle
V - To fight or struggle against; to debate
A - Admitting guilt
N - Person who carries messages, news, info
V - To waste time with idle lingering
Contend
V - To fight or struggle against; to debate
Contrite
A - Admitting guilt
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.J
Peddle
Persevere
Plausible
Profess
V - Sell (although usually used in a somewhat bad way)
V - To continue in some course of action despite setbacks and…
A - Seeming to be true
V - To declare (often falsely)
Peddle
V - Sell (although usually used in a somewhat bad way)
Persevere
V - To continue in some course of action despite setbacks and…
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.E
Destitute
Devout
Din
Disclaim
A - Bereft (of something), without or left without (something…
A - Deeply religious
N - Loud, confused noise
V - To deny ownership of or association with
Destitute
A - Bereft (of something), without or left without (something…
Devout
A - Deeply religious
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.F
Encompass
Ensnare
Ephemeral
Era
V - To form a circle or ring around
V - To capture in, or involve, as a snare
A - Lasting briefly
N - Period of time
Encompass
V - To form a circle or ring around
Ensnare
V - To capture in, or involve, as a snare
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.C
Brig
Canine
Catastrophe
Cerebral
N - Ship's prison
A - Relating to dogs
N - Disastrous event
A - Relating to the intellectual
Brig
N - Ship's prison
Canine
A - Relating to dogs
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.K
Repugnant
Revel
Saturate
Scald
A - Something gross, repulsive, or revolting
V - Celebrate noisily, have a party
V - To fill something to the point where it can hold no more
V - To burn with hot liquid or steam
Repugnant
A - Something gross, repulsive, or revolting
Revel
V - Celebrate noisily, have a party
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.H
Imply
Incite
Incredulous
Infectious
V - To suggest without stating correctly
V - To stir up; to instigate
A - Not believing
A - Able to be passed from one person to another (such as an…
Imply
V - To suggest without stating correctly
Incite
V - To stir up; to instigate
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.G
Foretell
Fragile
Germinate
Gruesome
V - To predict the future
A - Easily broken, or damaged
V - To bud or spout
A - Grisly, horrible
Foretell
V - To predict the future
Fragile
A - Easily broken, or damaged
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.B
Archaic
Ardent
Articulate
Authoritative
A - Ancient; outdated
A - Passionate; eager
V - To pronounce clearly
A - Having great authority
Archaic
A - Ancient; outdated
Ardent
A - Passionate; eager
12 terms
ISEE UL 4.M
Trepidation
Tumult
Tyranny
Unanimous
N - Fear, apprehension
N - Noise and confusion
V - Harsh exercise of absolute power
N - Approved by everyone concerned
Trepidation
N - Fear, apprehension
Tumult
N - Noise and confusion
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.A
Absurd
Acclaim
Adhere
Adorn
Ridiculously unreasonable, lacking logic
N - Praise, enthusiastic approval
V - To stick fast, to hold toq
V - To decorate or add beauty to, for instance with ornaments…
Absurd
Ridiculously unreasonable, lacking logic
Acclaim
N - Praise, enthusiastic approval
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.L
Suave
Succumb
Superb
Surmise
A - Smooth, graceful, and confident in speech and behavior (s…
V - To give in, to submit
A - Wonderful, superior, excellent
V - To guess, to infer
Suave
A - Smooth, graceful, and confident in speech and behavior (s…
Succumb
V - To give in, to submit
10 terms
ISEE UL 4.I
Meager
Meteorologist
Misbegotten
Nauseous
A - Very small or insufficient
N - Scientist dealing with weather and weather conditions
A - Poorly conceived, poorly planned, based on false assumpti…
A - Sickening, makes you feel sick, or turns your stomach
Meager
A - Very small or insufficient
Meteorologist
N - Scientist dealing with weather and weather conditions
10 terms
ISEE 4
Pilfer
Legacy
Ravenous
Satire
Rummage through
Something you leave behind for future generations
very hungry
Exaggeration
Pilfer
Rummage through
Legacy
Something you leave behind for future generations
13 terms
ISEE 4
ambivalent
anomaly
sarcastic
dearth
mixed feelings at the same time
deviation from the norm ; not normal at all
mocking- taunting
a scarcity of something
ambivalent
mixed feelings at the same time
anomaly
deviation from the norm ; not normal at all
15 terms
Isee #4
Flintch
Fortify
Gregarious
Gullible
wince, recoil, cower, or cringe... To draw back suddenly or retr…
enhance... to strengthen, reinforce, secure, or brace
outgoing, friendly, or sociable
naive... innocent or trusting
Flintch
wince, recoil, cower, or cringe... To draw back suddenly or retr…
Fortify
enhance... to strengthen, reinforce, secure, or brace
15 terms
ISEE 4
transgress
succinct
feeble
superfluous
(v.) to go beyond a limit or boundary; to sin, violate a law
Brief, concise
Lacking strength... weak
Unnecessary... Extra
transgress
(v.) to go beyond a limit or boundary; to sin, violate a law
succinct
Brief, concise
20 terms
Isee 4
Alien
Detour
Singular
Customary
Unfamiliar
Bypass
Unmatched
Common
Alien
Unfamiliar
Detour
Bypass
20 terms
ISEE 4
Larceny
Laud
Lethargic
Levy
Theft
Praise
Dull sluggish
Tax charge
Larceny
Theft
Laud
Praise
8 terms
ISEE #4
snub
condescend
disdain
hypocrite
to ignore, to treat coldly
to look down on
to look down on; also (noun) scorn
someone who says one thing and does another
snub
to ignore, to treat coldly
condescend
to look down on
30 terms
ISEE 4
abhor
accelerate
accomplice
acrid
to hate; to loathe / aborrecer
to speed up, to move faster
complice
sharp or bitter in taste
abhor
to hate; to loathe / aborrecer
accelerate
to speed up, to move faster
26 terms
ISEE 4
Ambivalent
Anomaly
Sarcastic
Dearth
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
Not normal at all
Mocking; derisive; taunting; stinging
A scarcity or shortage of something
Ambivalent
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
Anomaly
Not normal at all
10 terms
ISEE #4
ravine
presume
ungainly
uncoordinated
a cliff
to suppose; to be audacious
awkward or clumsy
badly organized or clumsy
ravine
a cliff
presume
to suppose; to be audacious
10 terms
ISEE #4
Dexterous
Erudite
Ingenuity
Proficient
Skillful with the hands or body
Scholarly, well educated
Cleverness, inventiveness
Slillful
Dexterous
Skillful with the hands or body
Erudite
Scholarly, well educated
21 terms
ISEE lower vocab set 4
descend
novice
accustomed
despair
lower (to go down)
beginner
usual or used to
hopelessness
descend
lower (to go down)
novice
beginner
11 terms
ISEE 4
Restore
Revive
Ripple
Sluggish
To bring back to a former or Normal condition
To bring back to life
Small wave on the surface
Slow-moving
Restore
To bring back to a former or Normal condition
Revive
To bring back to life
20 terms
ISEE vocab. #4
detract
contract
adversary
contradict
diminsh
to draw in
opponent
challenge
detract
diminsh
contract
to draw in
11 terms
ISEE 4
Decorum
Duplicity
Depravity
Negligible
Propriety and good taste in behavior, speech, or dress
Cunning or Deception
Corruption or Wickedness
Unimportant as to deserve little or no attention
Decorum
Propriety and good taste in behavior, speech, or dress
Duplicity
Cunning or Deception
20 terms
ISEE #4
Detrimental
Deviate
Disavow
Dispel
harmful
To depart from the norm
to deny responsibility for or connection with
scatter; drive away
Detrimental
harmful
Deviate
To depart from the norm
20 terms
isee4
1. Conventional (adj.)
2. Eloquent (adj.)
3. Impartial (adj.)
4. Impasse (n.)
Standard; Traditional
Well-spoken
Neutral; Unbiased
A point where no progress can be made because of disagreement…
1. Conventional (adj.)
Standard; Traditional
2. Eloquent (adj.)
Well-spoken
100 terms
ISEE Vocab List 4 - TA
Absolve... verb
Aerial... adjective
Affinity... noun
Agape... adjective
to free from guilt or blame, forgive
happening in or related to the air
a natural liking or attraction
having the mouth wide open in surprise or shock
Absolve... verb
to free from guilt or blame, forgive
Aerial... adjective
happening in or related to the air
10 terms
isee4
belittle
exaggerate
chide
constrict
to point out flaws; criticize
to stretch the truth; over stretch
scold; lecture
to hold back; inhibit
belittle
to point out flaws; criticize
exaggerate
to stretch the truth; over stretch
13 terms
isee4
adept
dubious
falter
immaculate
expert; highly skilled
doubtful; uncertain
stumble; totter
pure; very clean
adept
expert; highly skilled
dubious
doubtful; uncertain
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