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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book 4 Lesson 3 Prefixes and Suffixes and Foreign Words
ratio
ment
gno
de
reason
mind
knwledge
away
ratio
reason
ment
mind
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Combo with "Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 2 Lesson 3" and 1 other
avarice
furtive
bacchanalian
extradite
greed; desire for wealth
stealthy; secretive
wild and drunken
to turn over or deliver to the legal jurisdiction
avarice
greed; desire for wealth
furtive
stealthy; secretive
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 3
extradite
copious
furtive
ostracize
v. to turn over or deliver to the legal jurisdiction of anoth…
adj. numerous; large in quantity
adj. stealthy; secretive
v. to banish; to shut out from a group or society by common c…
extradite
v. to turn over or deliver to the legal jurisdiction of anoth…
copious
adj. numerous; large in quantity
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SAT vocab lesson 3
edifice`
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice`
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
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Sat Vocab lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skilled with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skilled with either hand
165 terms
Vocab lesson one English, Lesson 3 vocab, Lesson four vocab, Vocab lesson 5, Vocab lesson six, Lesson seven New SAT book two, New SAT vocab Book two lesson 9
Divulge
Divulge
abet
abet
to tell, to reveal as a secret
syn: unveil; disclose... ant; conceal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
syn: promote; incite... ant: impede; dissuade
Divulge
to tell, to reveal as a secret
Divulge
syn: unveil; disclose... ant; conceal
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Vocab lesson one English, Lesson 3 vocab, Lesson four vocab, Vocab lesson 5, Vocab lesson six, Lesson seven New SAT book two
Divulge
Divulge
abet
abet
to tell, to reveal as a secret
syn: unveil; disclose... ant; conceal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
syn: promote; incite... ant: impede; dissuade
Divulge
to tell, to reveal as a secret
Divulge
syn: unveil; disclose... ant; conceal
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Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 3
arrogant
braggart
complacent
contemptuous
overbearing; proud; haughty
one who boasts a great deal
self-satisfied; smug
lacking respect; scornful
arrogant
overbearing; proud; haughty
braggart
one who boasts a great deal
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SAT Lesson 3 Vocabulary
abstruse
affable
audacity
contrite
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
friendly, courteous, amiable
excessive boldness, rashness, daring
extremely apologetic, remorseful, repentant
abstruse
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
affable
friendly, courteous, amiable
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Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 3
arrogant
braggart
complacent
contemptuous
Overbearing; proud; haughty
One who boasts a great deal
Self-satisfied; smug
Lacking respect; scornful
arrogant
Overbearing; proud; haughty
braggart
One who boasts a great deal
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vocab lesson 3 SAT Quack video Mrs. Ryan
laud
induce
abridge
bucolic
v- to praise, extol (honor, bless, flatter)
v- to cause to happen, engender (generate, instigate, create)
v- to shorten or condense (chop, clip, compress)
adj- rustic, country (rural)
laud
v- to praise, extol (honor, bless, flatter)
induce
v- to cause to happen, engender (generate, instigate, create)
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Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 3
arrogant
braggart
complacent
contemptuous
adj. overbearing; proud; haughty
n. one who boasts a great deal
adj. self-satisfied; smug
adj. lacking respect; scornful
arrogant
adj. overbearing; proud; haughty
braggart
n. one who boasts a great deal
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NorthWood Eng 9a Vocab Lesson 3
imminent
iridescent
serene
infallibility
likely to happen soon
shining with many different colors
calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil
condition of not being likely to fail
imminent
likely to happen soon
iridescent
shining with many different colors
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Vocabulary Power Plus - Book One - Lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT - Lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
(Noun) a large elaborate structure; an imposing building... Syn:…
(Adj) equally skillful with either hand
(Adj) delayed... Syn: tardy; later Ant: timeless
(Verb) to give life or motion to ... Syn: enliven; encourage; ex…
edifice
(Noun) a large elaborate structure; an imposing building... Syn:…
ambidextrous
(Adj) equally skillful with either hand
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QUACK Lesson 3
juxtapose
decorous
corroborate
amorous
to place side by side
proper; in good taste
to confirm; to back up with evidence
feeling loving, especially in a sexual sense
juxtapose
to place side by side
decorous
proper; in good taste
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Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 3
arrogant
braggart
complacent
contemptuous
overbearing; proud; haughty
one who boasts a great deal
self-satisfied; smug
lacking respect; scornful
arrogant
overbearing; proud; haughty
braggart
one who boasts a great deal
10 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus: For the new SAT Book 1 Lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
noun, a large, elaborate or imposing structure
adjective, equally skillful with either hand
adjective, delayed
verb, to give life or motion to
edifice
noun, a large, elaborate or imposing structure
ambidextrous
adjective, equally skillful with either hand
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English II Lesson 3
avarice
furtive
bacchanalian
extradite
Noun - greed; desire for wealth.
Adjective - stealthy; secretive.
Adjective - wild and drunken.
Verb - to turn over or deliver to the legal jurisdiction of a…
avarice
Noun - greed; desire for wealth.
furtive
Adjective - stealthy; secretive.
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Combo with "Francois - English I SAT Lesson #10" and 3 others
Fallible
Imperfect
Infallible
Blatant
Capabale of error
Synonym of fallible
Antonym of fallible
Obvious; too conspicuous
Fallible
Capabale of error
Imperfect
Synonym of fallible
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ESSENTIAL IDIOM IN ENGLISH: LESSON 3
to pick out: to choose, to select
to take one's time: to do without rush…
to talk over: to discuss or consider a…
to life down: to place oneself in a fl…
Ann picked out a good book to give to her brother as a gradua…
There's no need to hurry doing those exercises. Take your time.
We talked over Carla's plan to install an air conditioner in…
If you are tired, why don't you lie down for an hour or so?
to pick out: to choose, to select
Ann picked out a good book to give to her brother as a gradua…
to take one's time: to do without rush…
There's no need to hurry doing those exercises. Take your time.
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Wordly Wise Book 10 Lesson 3
Curtail
Discriminate
Espionage
Inalienable
To cut short or reduce
To make or recognize clear distinctions
The act of spying
Not able to be taken away
Curtail
To cut short or reduce
Discriminate
To make or recognize clear distinctions
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English SAT lesson 3
Ambidextrous
Animate
Belated
Berserk
Having the ability of using both hands with equal skills or e…
To give life to, To move or stir to action; Possessing life o…
After the expected or usual time; Delayed or tardy
Violently or destructively enraged
Ambidextrous
Having the ability of using both hands with equal skills or e…
Animate
To give life to, To move or stir to action; Possessing life o…
Vocab Power Plus book 3 lesson 3
pedestrian
bona fide
adventitious
fecund
(adj.) ordinary or dull
(adj.) in good faith
(adj.) accidental; nonessential
(adj.) fertile; productive
pedestrian
(adj.) ordinary or dull
bona fide
(adj.) in good faith
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Wordly Wise 9 Lesson 3
allude
consecrate
disseminate
dote
To refer in an indirect way (used with to)
To set apart as holy... To dedicate to a cause; to devote
To scatter or spread widely
To show excessive fondness for (used with on or upon)
allude
To refer in an indirect way (used with to)
consecrate
To set apart as holy... To dedicate to a cause; to devote
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HOT WORDS LESSON 3
arrogant
braggart
complacent
contemptuous
(adj. ) overbearing; proud; haughty
(n.) one who boasts a great deal
(adj.) self-satisfied; smug
(adj. ) lacking respect; scornful
arrogant
(adj. ) overbearing; proud; haughty
braggart
(n.) one who boasts a great deal
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Honors English 9 Book One Lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
SAT WORDS LESSON 3
Ambidextrous
Animate
Belated
Berserk
(adj.) Having the ability of using both hands with equal skil…
(v.) To give life to; To move or stir to action... (adj.) Posess…
(adj.) After the expected or usual time; Delayed or tardy
(adj.) Violently or destructively enraged
Ambidextrous
(adj.) Having the ability of using both hands with equal skil…
Animate
(v.) To give life to; To move or stir to action... (adj.) Posess…
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Vocabulary Power Plus Book 3: Lesson 3
parochial
obfuscate
edify
ambiguous
local, narrow, limited
to confuse, to bewilder, muddle, obscure
to improve someone morally
open to more than one interpretation; unclear
parochial
local, narrow, limited
obfuscate
to confuse, to bewilder, muddle, obscure
105 terms
Combo with "Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Fourteen" and 6 others
bombast
orthography
paleontology
recoil
impressive but meaningless language
correct spelling
a science dealing with prehistoric life through the study of…
to retreat; to draw back
bombast
impressive but meaningless language
orthography
correct spelling
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SAT VOCABULARY LESSON 3
Edifice Noun
Ambidextrous Adjective
Belated Adjective
Animate Verb
A large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
Equally skillful with either hand
Delayed
To give life or motion to
Edifice Noun
A large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
Ambidextrous Adjective
Equally skillful with either hand
10 terms
SAT Words Lesson 3
Antagonism
Antithesis
Apocryphal
Arduous
Opposition of a conflicting force, tendency, or principle, ac…
The rhetorical contrast of ideas by mess on of parallel arran…
Of doubtful authenticity, fictitious
Hard to accomplish or achieve, marked by great labor
Antagonism
Opposition of a conflicting force, tendency, or principle, ac…
Antithesis
The rhetorical contrast of ideas by mess on of parallel arran…
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SAT vocab lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
10 terms
Vocab Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 3, Lesson 7 - Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes
Tach
Mid, Med, Meso
Bol
Prov, Prob
swift or speed
middle
to throw or to put
good or to test
Tach
swift or speed
Mid, Med, Meso
middle
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SAT Vocabulary lesson 3
Edifice
Ambedextrous
Belated
Animate
a large, elaborate structure
equally skillful with either hand
delayed; late
to give life or motion to
Edifice
a large, elaborate structure
Ambedextrous
equally skillful with either hand
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SAT Vocab Lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice
a large elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
8 terms
Vocab Power Plus For the New SAT: Book 3 - Lesson Six Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes
pel
sum, sumpt
celer
con
to push
take
swift
together
pel
to push
sum, sumpt
take
14 terms
SAT WORDS LESSON 3
Arrogant
Braggart
Complacent
Contemptuous
Overbearing; proud; haughty
One who boasts a great deal
Self-satisfied; smug
Lacking respect; scornful
Arrogant
Overbearing; proud; haughty
Braggart
One who boasts a great deal
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SAT Lesson 3
Braggart
complacent
contemptuous
disdainful
n; one who brags a great deal
adj; self-satisfied, smug. thinking you don't have to improve
adj; lacking respect, scornful
adj; full of bitter scorn and pride; aloof
Braggart
n; one who brags a great deal
complacent
adj; self-satisfied, smug. thinking you don't have to improve
15 terms
English 11 Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Ten
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; the worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminate
to come forth; to send forth
tastelessly gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; the worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminate
30 terms
Combo with "Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Fifteen" and 1 other
orifice
hallow
perdition
chaff
mouth; opening
to make holy
damnation; ruin; hell
worthless matter
orifice
mouth; opening
hallow
to make holy
25 terms
SAT Lesson 3
abtruse
affable
audacity
contrite
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
friendly, courteous amiable
excessive boldness, rashness, daring
extremely apologetic, remorseful, repentant
abtruse
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
affable
friendly, courteous amiable
105 terms
Combo with "Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Fourteen" and 6 others
bombast
orthography
paleontology
recoil
impressive but meaningless language
correct spelling
a science dealing with prehistoric life through the study of…
to retreat; to draw back
bombast
impressive but meaningless language
orthography
correct spelling
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book 3 Lessons 8-14 Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes
ive
ced, cess
pro
ante
relating to, tending to
to yield, to stop, to go
for
before
ive
relating to, tending to
ced, cess
to yield, to stop, to go
44 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book 3 Lessons 1-7 Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes
fus and fun
ion
el
di, dif and dis
melt or pour out
the act of
little
apart
fus and fun
melt or pour out
ion
the act of
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SAT Vocab lesson 3
Ambiance
Amenable
Amplify
Antecedent
Mood; feeling; general atmosphere... Noun... The ambiance of the…
Agreeable; responsible to authority; pleasant... Adjective ... Ev…
To make larger, louder... Verb... The band amplified their instru…
Going before; preceding... Noun... The antecedent of the movie us…
Ambiance
Mood; feeling; general atmosphere... Noun... The ambiance of the…
Amenable
Agreeable; responsible to authority; pleasant... Adjective ... Ev…
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 4 - Lesson Three
scapegoat
peremptory
atelier
axiom
one who bears the blame for others
not allowing refusal or delay; imperative
an artist's or a designer's workshop
a universal truth; an established rule
scapegoat
one who bears the blame for others
peremptory
not allowing refusal or delay; imperative
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary: Lesson 3
Aboveboard (adj)
Alcove (n)
Aroma (n)
Boisterous (adj)
Honest and unconcealed; forthright
A recess or partially enclosed area connected to a larger room
A typically pleasant scent or smell
Active and happy; full of energy
Aboveboard (adj)
Honest and unconcealed; forthright
Alcove (n)
A recess or partially enclosed area connected to a larger room
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SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 3
Cessation
Chargin
Circumlocution
Circumspect
(n) discontinuence, as action or motion; a temporary or final…
(n) distress of mind caused by humiliation, disappointment, o…
(n) a roundabout, indirect, or unnecessarily lengthy way of e…
(adj) careful to consider all circumstances, factors, and pos…
Cessation
(n) discontinuence, as action or motion; a temporary or final…
Chargin
(n) distress of mind caused by humiliation, disappointment, o…
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English 2 Lesson 3
Edifice
Ambidextrious
Belated
Animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building;n
equally skillful with either hand;adj.
delayed;adj
to give life or motion to;v
Edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building;n
Ambidextrious
equally skillful with either hand;adj.
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