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SAT vocab (english3) lesson 1
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
causing disagreement
dishonorable; shameful
A rude or impolite person
A shield; protection
factious
causing disagreement
ignoble
dishonorable; shameful
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SAT words English 3 lesson 1
aspire
bilateral
candor
defraud
(v) to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excelle…
(adj) having two sides
(n) honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest a…
(v) to cheat; to gain something dishonestly, as through a lie…
aspire
(v) to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excelle…
bilateral
(adj) having two sides
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Lesson 1 AP English 3 SAT Words
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others
having contrary feelings or attitudes
lean
insolently proud
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others
ambivalent
having contrary feelings or attitudes
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English 2 SAT Lesson 1-3
Solecism
Appellation
Neologism
Parlance
The ungrammatical usage of a word
A name or title that identifies
A newly made-up word or phrase
A particular manner of speech
Solecism
The ungrammatical usage of a word
Appellation
A name or title that identifies
SAT Words English 3 Lesson 1
aspire
bilateral
candor
defraud
(v) to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excelle…
(adj) having two sides
(n) honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest a…
(v) to cheat; to gain something dishonestly, as through a lie…
aspire
(v) to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excelle…
bilateral
(adj) having two sides
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ENGLISH: SAT VOCAB Lesson 1
abstract
anarchist
blase
conjecture
theoretical, not concrete, nonrepresentational... anything you c…
person who rebels against the established order... noun... Only the…
bored with pleasure, unconcerned, not impressed... adjective... NOT…
surmise, a guess. ... noun... *Tabloids use this agiants celebs.,no…
abstract
theoretical, not concrete, nonrepresentational... anything you c…
anarchist
person who rebels against the established order... noun... Only the…
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 1
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others
characterized by a mixture of opposite feelings or attitudes
sharp-cornered; having an angle; not rounded (body); bony; le…
overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
altruistic
showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others
ambivalent
characterized by a mixture of opposite feelings or attitudes
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SAT Vocab for English 3 H Lesson 1
Cognate (kog-neyt) (From the Latin com…
Derivative (dih-riv-uh-tiv) (From Lati…
Diminutive (dih-min-yuh-tiv) (From the…
Inflection (in-flek-shuh n) (From the…
(Adjective) Related by being derived, descended, or borrowed…
(Noun) A word formed from another word or root, such as by ad…
(Noun) A word formed by shortening or by adding certain suffi…
(Noun) The change in the form of words that indicates a gramm…
Cognate (kog-neyt) (From the Latin com…
(Adjective) Related by being derived, descended, or borrowed…
Derivative (dih-riv-uh-tiv) (From Lati…
(Noun) A word formed from another word or root, such as by ad…
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SAT VOCAB LESSON 1-3
Engender (v)
Innocuous (adj)
Insipid (adj)
Lament (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
harmless
boring or stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
Engender (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
Innocuous (adj)
harmless
SAT VOCAB LESSON 1-3
Engender (v)
Innocuous (adj)
Insipid (adj)
Lament (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
harmless
boring or stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
Engender (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
Innocuous (adj)
harmless
SAT VOCAB LESSON 1-3
Engender (v)
Innocuous (adj)
Insipid (adj)
Lament (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
harmless
boring or stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
Engender (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
Innocuous (adj)
harmless
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SAT words, Lesson 1
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell
to assist
arrogant
dull
divulge
to tell
abet
to assist
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English SAT Lesson 1
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
Adj. morally unrestrained, immoral
N. A coin collector
N. A scarcity, lack
Adj. believing that all events in life are inevitable
Licentious
Adj. morally unrestrained, immoral
Numismatist
N. A coin collector
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Sat englishs vocabulary lesson 1-3
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Insipid
To tell; to reveal
To assist or encourage, especially in wrong dooing
Arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
Lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
Divulge
To tell; to reveal
Abet
To assist or encourage, especially in wrong dooing
SAT VOCAB LESSON 1-3
Engender (v)
Innocuous (adj)
Insipid (adj)
Lament (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
harmless
boring or stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
Engender (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
Innocuous (adj)
harmless
SAT VOCAB LESSON 1-3
Engender (v)
Innocuous (adj)
Insipid (adj)
Lament (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
harmless
boring or stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
Engender (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
Innocuous (adj)
harmless
SAT VOCAB LESSON 1-3
Engender (v)
Innocuous (adj)
Insipid (adj)
Lament (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
harmless
boring or stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
Engender (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
Innocuous (adj)
harmless
SAT VOCAB LESSON 1-3
Engender (v)
Innocuous (adj)
Insipid (adj)
Lament (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
harmless
boring or stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
Engender (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
Innocuous (adj)
harmless
SAT VOCAB LESSON 1-3
Engender (v)
Innocuous (adj)
Insipid (adj)
Lament (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
harmless
boring or stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
Engender (v)
to cause, to produce, to create
Innocuous (adj)
harmless
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sat lesson 1 english
ambiguous
amulet
baleful
boisterous
Having more than one meaning
charm ornament worn as a charm against evil spirits
destructive, deadly
rowdy, rough,stormy
ambiguous
Having more than one meaning
amulet
charm ornament worn as a charm against evil spirits
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SAT Lesson 1, 1-13
Arrogant
Aversion
Discern
Disparage
Proud
A strong dislike
to distinguish one thing from another
Belittle, put down; bring shame upon, discredit
Arrogant
Proud
Aversion
A strong dislike
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English SAT Vocab Lesson 1
aspire(v)
bilateral (adj)
candor (n)
defraud(v)
to strive for a goal, to want or desire something excellent o…
having 2 sides
honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest about…
to cheat; to gain something dishonestly,as through a lie, dec…
aspire(v)
to strive for a goal, to want or desire something excellent o…
bilateral (adj)
having 2 sides
25 terms
SAT English Vocabulary Lesson 1
Alruistic
Ambivalent
Aversion
Discern
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
Strong disinclination, disliking
To differentiate between two or more things
Alruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
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English SAT Vocabulary - Lesson 1
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Insipid
•To tell; to reveal (as a secret)... •ant. - conceal
•To assist or encourage/promote, especially in wrongdoing... •an…
•Arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs... •…
•Lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating... •ant. - challen…
Divulge
•To tell; to reveal (as a secret)... •ant. - conceal
Abet
•To assist or encourage/promote, especially in wrongdoing... •an…
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SAT Lesson 1
Brevity
Concise
Laconic
Pithy
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing.
Using few words in speaking or writing.
Using few words in speech
Brief and full of meaning and substance; concise.
Brevity
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing.
Concise
Using few words in speaking or writing.
SAT English vocab lesson 1
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
Lean; sharp cornered; gaunt
Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
Altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
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Lesson 1 - SAT Vocabulary
append
Apprise
Ardent
Constrict
To add in a supplementary manner
To inform or to give notice
Expressing strong feelings , impassioned , zealous
To tighten or to make narrow
append
To add in a supplementary manner
Apprise
To inform or to give notice
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AP English: Lesson 1 SAT
acknowledge
articulate
assertion
attribute
to make known, to admit the truth or existence of, or to expr…
to speak clearly indistinct syllables or well-spoken
declaration or affirmation
to explain by indicating a cause or to regard as a characteri…
acknowledge
to make known, to admit the truth or existence of, or to expr…
articulate
to speak clearly indistinct syllables or well-spoken
SAT Vocabulary Intro Lesson1
abroad
abrupt
acceptable
acclaim
adv.... to or in another country... syn. overseas;internationally
adj.... quick; without warning... syn.... sudden
adj.... allowable or satisfactory... syn.... permissible
n.... enthusiastic approval; applause... syn.... praise
abroad
adv.... to or in another country... syn. overseas;internationally
abrupt
adj.... quick; without warning... syn.... sudden
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SAT Lesson 1
apathy
obscure
revere
innovation
having a lack of interest or feeling
when something is hard to understand or unclear
to hold in high esteem
having a new idea or new way of looking at something
apathy
having a lack of interest or feeling
obscure
when something is hard to understand or unclear
sat words power lesson 1,2,3
abhor
abominate
abridge
abstruse
To hate very much,to detest utterly
to dislike strongly, to regared with intense aversion or loat…
to shorten,to condens to dimish,to cutail
hard to understand
abhor
To hate very much,to detest utterly
abominate
to dislike strongly, to regared with intense aversion or loat…
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SAT Vocabulary Intro Lesson1
abroad
abrupt
acceptable
acclaim
adv.... to or in another country... syn. overseas;internationally
adj.... quick; without warning... syn.... sudden
adj.... allowable or satisfactory... syn.... permissible
n.... enthusiastic approval; applause... syn.... praise
abroad
adv.... to or in another country... syn. overseas;internationally
abrupt
adj.... quick; without warning... syn.... sudden
25 terms
Lesson 1 SAT
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
uncertain as to course of action, contrary feelings or attitu…
lean, sharp cornered, gaunt
overbearingly proud
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
ambivalent
uncertain as to course of action, contrary feelings or attitu…
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SAT Lesson 1, 1-5
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Generous; concerned for others
Uncertain as to course of action
Sharp cornered
Proud
Altruistic
Generous; concerned for others
Ambivalent
Uncertain as to course of action
10 terms
English SAT words lesson 1
Divulge (v)
Abet (v)
Dogmatic (adj)
Insipid (adj)
to tell; to reveal (as a secret)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about ones (often unproven) beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
Divulge (v)
to tell; to reveal (as a secret)
Abet (v)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
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English SAT vocab lesson 1
alienate
elated
epigram
fatalistic
cause (someone) to feel isolated or estranged
make (someone) ecstatically happy
a pithy saying or remark expressing an idea in a clever and a…
a philosophical doctrine stressing the subjugation of all eve…
alienate
cause (someone) to feel isolated or estranged
elated
make (someone) ecstatically happy
English -SAT Words (Lesson 1)
fuse
furtive
enigmatic
dormant
to mix or to join (usually by melting)
secret in an underhanded way, stealthy
mysterious, inexplicable, puzzling
inactive, sleeping
fuse
to mix or to join (usually by melting)
furtive
secret in an underhanded way, stealthy
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SAT Lesson 1-3
Apathy
Ambiguous
Fervent
Vagrant
lack of emotion or interest
having more than one meaning, vague
passionate
a wandering homeless person; tramp
Apathy
lack of emotion or interest
Ambiguous
having more than one meaning, vague
24 terms
SAT lesson 1-3
Brevity
Concise
Laconic
Pithy
Noun - briefness of conciseness in speech or writing
Adj - using few words in speaking or writing
Adj - using few words in speech
Adj - brief and full of meaning and substance
Brevity
Noun - briefness of conciseness in speech or writing
Concise
Adj - using few words in speaking or writing
10 terms
English SAT words lesson 1
Aberration
Abstinence
Abstract
Acclaim
N. A deviating from the right path or usual course of action;…
N. The giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
Adj. theoretical, not applied or practical; not concrete; har…
N. Loud applause: approval (v. : to applaud; to praise)
Aberration
N. A deviating from the right path or usual course of action;…
Abstinence
N. The giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
English SAT Vocab Lesson 1
aspire
bilateral
candor
defraud
to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excellentt…
having two sides
honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest about…
to cheat; to gain something dishonestly, as through a lie, de…
aspire
to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excellentt…
bilateral
having two sides
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English SAT vocab lesson 1
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell, to reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell, to reveal
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
20 terms
English SAT Vocab Lesson 1
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
Able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful…
To make larger, increase
Deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
ambidextrous
Able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful…
English - Lesson 1 - SAT Vocab
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
Lean; sharp cornered; gaunt
Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
Altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others
Ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
Sat vocabulary lesson 1//english
Factious
Ignoble
Boor
Aegis
(Adj) causing disagreement
(Adj) dishonorable;shameful
(N) a ride impolite person
(N) shield/protection
Factious
(Adj) causing disagreement
Ignoble
(Adj) dishonorable;shameful
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Lesson 1
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others
characterized by a mixture of opposite feelings or attitudes
sharp-cornered; having an angle; not rounded (body); bony; le…
overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
altruistic
showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others
ambivalent
characterized by a mixture of opposite feelings or attitudes
English 1301 SAT Lesson 1
Aspire (v)
Bilateral (adj)
Candor (n)
Defraud (v)
Aspiration (n), Aspirant (adj)
Bilaterally (adv)
Candid (adj)
Defrauder (n)
Aspire (v)
Aspiration (n), Aspirant (adj)
Bilateral (adj)
Bilaterally (adv)
25 terms
English 1301, SAT Lesson 1
Aspire (v)
Bilateral (adj)
Candor (n)
Defraud (v)
Aspiration (n), Aspirant (adj)
Bilaterally (adv)
Candid (adj)
Defrauder (n)
Aspire (v)
Aspiration (n), Aspirant (adj)
Bilateral (adj)
Bilaterally (adv)
25 terms
English 1301 SAT Lesson 1
Aspire (v)
Bilateral (adj)
Candor (n)
Defraud (v)
Aspiration (n), Aspirant (adj)
Bilaterally (adv)
Candid (adj)
Defrauder (n)
Aspire (v)
Aspiration (n), Aspirant (adj)
Bilateral (adj)
Bilaterally (adv)
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SAT Lesson 1:1-15
discern
disparage
disparity
embellish
to differentiate between two or more things
to speak of someone in a negative way
unequal
to decorate, to make beautiful with ornamentation
discern
to differentiate between two or more things
disparage
to speak of someone in a negative way
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