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14 terms
Princeton SAT Hit Parade
Pragmatic
Ambivalent
Reticent
Benign
dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that…
having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily.
gentle; kindly.
Pragmatic
dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that…
Ambivalent
having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
86 terms
Princeton Review SAT HIT Parade
abase
abstruse
acumen
adroit
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Difficult to understand
Keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
abstruse
Difficult to understand
50 terms
SAT Princeton Review Hit Parade
Aesthetic
Adept
Advocate
Amicable
Having to do with appreciation of beauty
Very skilled; proficient
To speak or write in favor of
Characterized by or showing goodwill; friendly
Aesthetic
Having to do with appreciation of beauty
Adept
Very skilled; proficient
248 terms
Princeton Review SAT "The Hit Parade"
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
51 terms
Princeton Review 2008 SAT Hit Parade -1
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
completely honest; straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
candid
completely honest; straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
50 terms
SAT Princeton Review Hit Parade Week 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
capable of being believed; plausible
to free from blame
indisputable; not open to question.
conciliatory
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
credible
capable of being believed; plausible
150 terms
Hit Parade (Princeton Review) for SAT Test Prep
cynic
contempt
divisive
nostalgia
(n.) One who believes that only selfishness motivates human a…
(n.) A feeling of disdain for anything considered mean or wor…
(adj,) Dissenting, at odds with, alienating; creating dissens…
(n.) A sentimental longing for something in the past
cynic
(n.) One who believes that only selfishness motivates human a…
contempt
(n.) A feeling of disdain for anything considered mean or wor…
50 terms
SAT Princeton Review Hit Parade Week 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
capable of being believed; plausible
to free from blame
indisputable; not open to question.
conciliatory
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
credible
capable of being believed; plausible
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Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade: Overkill
bombastic
ebullience
exorbitant
exuberant
given to pompous speech or writing
intense enthusiasm
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness
full or unrestrained enthusiasm or joy
bombastic
given to pompous speech or writing
ebullience
intense enthusiasm
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Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade: Cast out
castigate
censure
denounce
reclusive
to scold, rebuke or harshly critisize
to issue official blame
to condemn openly
seeking or preferring seclusion or isolation
castigate
to scold, rebuke or harshly critisize
censure
to issue official blame
250 terms
Princeton Review "Hit Parade" SAT Vocab List
Depict (v) or depiction
Controversy (n) or controversial
Undermine (v)
Advocate (v) or advocacy
To represent by drawing, portray, to characterize in words, d…
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
To weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
To support or urge by argument, especially publicly
Depict (v) or depiction
To represent by drawing, portray, to characterize in words, d…
Controversy (n) or controversial
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
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Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade: Cultural Artifacts
arcane
assimilate
autonomy
cosmoplitan
known or understood by only a few
to absorb or become absorbed; to make or become similar
independence; self-determination
worldly; widely sophisticated
arcane
known or understood by only a few
assimilate
to absorb or become absorbed; to make or become similar
250 terms
SAT Vocab - Princeton Review Hit Parade
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
completely honest; straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
candid
completely honest; straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
151 terms
SAT vocab (princeton review-hit parade)
abhor
hoard
presumptuous
subtle
to loathe or detest
to accumulate or stash away
bold to the point of rudeness
hardly noticeable
abhor
to loathe or detest
hoard
to accumulate or stash away
50 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 3
bombastic
ebullience
exorbitant
exuberant
given to pompous speech or writing
intense enthusiasm
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness
full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy
bombastic
given to pompous speech or writing
ebullience
intense enthusiasm
53 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 1
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing dramatic emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
47 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
capable of being blelieved; plausible
to free form blame
indisputable; not open to question
conciliatory
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
credible
capable of being blelieved; plausible
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Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 3
ebullience
exorbitant
opulent
vicarious
intense enthusiasm (binky the BULLI has eBULLIence for music)
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness (going out of…
displaying great wealth
felt or undergone as if one were taking part in the experienc…
ebullience
intense enthusiasm (binky the BULLI has eBULLIence for music)
exorbitant
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness (going out of…
50 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 3
bombastic
ebullience
exorbitant
exuberant
given to pompous speech or writing
intense enthusiasm
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness
full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy
bombastic
given to pompous speech or writing
ebullience
intense enthusiasm
50 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 3
bombastic
ebullience
exorbitant
exuberant
given to pompous speech or writing
intense enthusiasm
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness
full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy
bombastic
given to pompous speech or writing
ebullience
intense enthusiasm
53 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 1
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing dramatic emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
250 terms
Hit Parade 2015 (Princeton Review SAT Premium)
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
To weaken or diminish something
to support or urge by argument; especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
53 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 1
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing dramatic emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
326 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 1
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing dramatic emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
250 terms
Hit Parade 2015 (Princeton Review SAT Premium)
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
To weaken or diminish something
to support or urge by argument; especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
50 terms
SAT Princeton Review Hit Parade Week 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
capable of being believed; plausible
to free from blame
indisputable; not open to question.
conciliatory
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
credible
capable of being believed; plausible
250 terms
Hit Parade 2015 (Princeton Review SAT Premium)
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
To weaken or diminish something
to support or urge by argument; especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
250 terms
Hit Parade 2015 (Princeton Review SAT Premium)
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
To weaken or diminish something
to support or urge by argument; especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
250 terms
The Princeton Review SAT The Hit Parade 2014
depict (depiction)
controversy (controversial)
undermine
advocate (advocacy)
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
depict (depiction)
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy (controversial)
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
Princeton's SAT Vocabulary Hit-Parade 2012
prudent
ambition
faulty
pacifism
wisely careful, showing good judgement and understanding... ex:…
an earnest desire for achievement, distinction, wealth, or po…
having faults or defects; imperfect... ex: Most condom failures…
opposition to war or violence as a method of of settling disp…
prudent
wisely careful, showing good judgement and understanding... ex:…
ambition
an earnest desire for achievement, distinction, wealth, or po…
50 terms
Princeton Review Hit Parade : SAT Vocabulary
Aesthetic
Adept
Advocate
Amiable
Having to do with the appreciation of beauty
Very skilled; proficient
To speak or write in favor of
Characterized by or showing goodwill; friendly
Aesthetic
Having to do with the appreciation of beauty
Adept
Very skilled; proficient
50 terms
SAT Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 3
bombastic
ebullience
exorbitant
exuberant
given to pompous speech or writing
intense enthusiasm
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness
full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy
bombastic
given to pompous speech or writing
ebullience
intense enthusiasm
250 terms
SAT Vocab - Princeton Review Hit Parade
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
completely honest; straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
candid
completely honest; straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
248 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary Hit Parade
Abhor
Hoard
Presumptuous
Subtle
To loathe or detest
To accumulate or stash away
Bold to the point of rudeness
Hardly noticeable
Abhor
To loathe or detest
Hoard
To accumulate or stash away
250 terms
SAT Vocab - Princeton Review Hit Parade
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
completely honest; straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
candid
completely honest; straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
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Princeton Review Sat Hit Parade Vocabulary
rigor
disparage
ambivalent
esoteric
quality of being strict or inflexible,
to belittle
Having mixed feelings
intended for or understood by only a small group
rigor
quality of being strict or inflexible,
disparage
to belittle
78 terms
SAT Vocab - Princeton Review Hit Parade
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
completely honest; straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
candid
completely honest; straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
74 terms
SAT Princeton Review Book Hit Parade
abase
abstruse
acumen
adroit
to lower in rank, prestige or esteem
difficult to understand
quickness, accuracy, and keenness of judgement or insight
dexterous; deft
abase
to lower in rank, prestige or esteem
abstruse
difficult to understand
103 terms
Princeton Review: Hit Parade SAT Vocab
abase
abstruse
acumen
adroit
to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem... Ex. He was unwilling to…
difficult to understand... Ex. _____ theories.
quickness, accuracy, and keenness of judgement or insight... Ex.…
dexterous; deft; cleverly skillful, resourceful... Ex. She is __…
abase
to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem... Ex. He was unwilling to…
abstruse
difficult to understand... Ex. _____ theories.
250 terms
SAT Vocab - Princeton Review Hit Parade
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
completely honest; straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
candid
completely honest; straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
188 terms
SAT Vocab - Princeton Review Hit Parade
candid
conjecture
didactic
rhetoric
completely honest; straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
the art of using language effectively and persuasively
candid
completely honest; straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
250 terms
SAT Vocab - Princeton Review Hit Parade
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
completely honest; straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
candid
completely honest; straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
53 terms
SAT Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 1
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing dramatic emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
26 terms
Princeton Review SAT "The Hit Parade" Part 3
commemorate
inconsistent
convey
inquiry
to remember officially and give respect to a great person or…
containing elements that are opposed and do not match, so tha…
to take from one place to another; to communicate
a seeking for information or knowledge; an investigation; a (…
commemorate
to remember officially and give respect to a great person or…
inconsistent
containing elements that are opposed and do not match, so tha…
248 terms
SAT Hit Parade (2015 edition Princeton Review)
depict (verb) (depiction)
controversy (noun) (controversial)
undermine (verb)
advocate (verb) (advocacy)
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute: an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
depict (verb) (depiction)
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy (noun) (controversial)
a usually prolonged public dispute: an argument
52 terms
SAT Hit Parade (The Princeton Review) - Part 1
soothe
detrimental
prosperous
somber
to calm; to ease pain; to relieve
harmful; working against
wealthy; well-off
gloomy; serious
soothe
to calm; to ease pain; to relieve
detrimental
harmful; working against
49 terms
SAT Hit Parade (The Princeton Review) - Part 2
jovial
vestige
vent
replete
happy
the remains of something that no longer exists
to give expression to; to release one's feelings
completely filled
jovial
happy
vestige
the remains of something that no longer exists
50 terms
Princeton Review SAT "The Hit Parade" Part 2
perplex
ingenuity
substantiate
isolated
to cause to be puzzled; to confuse
the quality of being cleverly inventive
to support with proof or evidence; to verify
detached or separated, alone
perplex
to cause to be puzzled; to confuse
ingenuity
the quality of being cleverly inventive
27 terms
Princeton Review SAT "The Hit Parade" Part 5
oblivious
volatile
adverse
disposition
unaware; forgetful
likely to change suddenly and unexpectedly, or suddenly viole…
unfavorable; opposing one's interests or desires
mental outlook; characteristic attitude
oblivious
unaware; forgetful
volatile
likely to change suddenly and unexpectedly, or suddenly viole…
24 terms
Princeton Review SAT "The Hit Parade" Part 4
articulate
dispense
commend
magnanimous
expressing or able to express things easily and clearly
to give out things, especially products, services, or amounts…
recommend; to mention as worthy of confidence or attention
generous and kind, especially toward a competitor or enemy
articulate
expressing or able to express things easily and clearly
dispense
to give out things, especially products, services, or amounts…
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