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Princeton SAT Vocab #2
Endure
Perplex
Denounce
Plausibility
To tolerate,withstand,sustain,observation,understanding,wisdom
To cause to be puzzled or bewildered; to confuse
To condemn openly; to attack,accuse, or criticize
Credibility,believability
Endure
To tolerate,withstand,sustain,observation,understanding,wisdom
Perplex
To cause to be puzzled or bewildered; to confuse
Sat Princeton Vocab 2
Accumen
Adroit
Ascertain
Astute
Accuracy, quickness, and keenness or judgement or insight
Dexterous; deft
To find out, as through investigation of experimentation
Shrewd; clever
Accumen
Accuracy, quickness, and keenness or judgement or insight
Adroit
Dexterous; deft
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SAT VOCABULARY PRINCETON # 2
practical
versatile
profound
tenacity
(adj.) adapted or suited for actual use
(adj.) having many uses
(adj.) showing deep insight or understanding
(noun) determination
practical
(adj.) adapted or suited for actual use
versatile
(adj.) having many uses
PRINCETON 2 SAT
soothing
Indisputable
charge with crime
Prone to lawsuits
conciliatory
incontrovertible
indict
litigious
soothing
conciliatory
Indisputable
incontrovertible
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Princeton SAT Words 2
Acquisce
Prodigal
Capricious
Prosaic
To give; to agree
Extravagant; wasteful
Whimsical; unpredictable
Commonplace; uninspired; dull
Acquisce
To give; to agree
Prodigal
Extravagant; wasteful
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SAT (princeton) 2
reconcile
complacency
anachronism
disdain
abgleichen, aussöhnen, schlichten
Selbstzufriedenheit
etw. dass in falscher Zeit ist/geschieht
Geringschätzung, Verachtung
reconcile
abgleichen, aussöhnen, schlichten
complacency
Selbstzufriedenheit
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Princeton SAT Set 2
austere (adj)
capitulate (v)
benign (adj)
capricious (adj)
severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising, strict
to give up resistance; surrender
having a kind disposition; gracious
subject to or led by whim; erratic, whimsical
austere (adj)
severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising, strict
capitulate (v)
to give up resistance; surrender
29 terms
SAT Princeton Review Vocab 2
Tenacity
Insight
Endure
Perplex
(n) persistent, strong character, perseverance
(n) intuitiveness, understanding, wisdom
(v) to tolerate, bear hardship
(v) to cause bewilderment; to confuse
Tenacity
(n) persistent, strong character, perseverance
Insight
(n) intuitiveness, understanding, wisdom
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Princeton SAT Word List #2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
Appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
Believable
To free from blame
Indisputable; not open to question
conciliatory
Appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
credible
Believable
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Princeton Review Regime 2 (SAT)
Speculation
Intricate
Skepticism
Assert
to engage in thought, especially conjectural thought.
having may interrelated parts or facets; hard to understand,…
to have a questioning or doubting attitude; doubt regarding r…
to state positively; declare.
Speculation
to engage in thought, especially conjectural thought.
Intricate
having may interrelated parts or facets; hard to understand,…
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SAT Princeton Review Vocab 2
Tenacity
Insight
Endure
Perplex
(n) persistent, strong character, perseverance
(n) intuitiveness, understanding, wisdom
(v) to tolerate, bear hardship
(v) to cause bewilderment; to confuse
Tenacity
(n) persistent, strong character, perseverance
Insight
(n) intuitiveness, understanding, wisdom
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SAT Vocab #2 - Princeton 13-24
ambiguous
anarchy
ameliorate
atrophy
unclear; undecided
lack of government; chaos
to improve
to waste away from lack of use
ambiguous
unclear; undecided
anarchy
lack of government; chaos
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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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sat vocab princeton day 2
censure
renounce
conciliatory
indict
to issue official blame
to give up by formal announcement
appeasing, soothing
to officially charge with wrongdoing
censure
to issue official blame
renounce
to give up by formal announcement
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Princeton SAT vocab 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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SAT Princeton Review Vocab 2
Resign
Forbear
Frivolous
Fundamental
(v) to formally give up a position; to relinquish w/o resista…
(v) to refrain from; to be patient or self controlled... n.节制,自制…
(adj) characterized by lack of seriousness or sense... a.轻佻的,妄动的…
(adj) being a foundation; basic; essential, important
Resign
(v) to formally give up a position; to relinquish w/o resista…
Forbear
(v) to refrain from; to be patient or self controlled... n.节制,自制…
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SAT Princeton review VOCAB #2
Eccentric
Provincial
Inferred
Diverse
Odd unusual quirky
Narrow-minded, unsophisticated
Derived by reasoning, implied as a conclusion
Varied
Eccentric
Odd unusual quirky
Provincial
Narrow-minded, unsophisticated
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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 Vocab. Set 2
diplomat
implicit
premature
edify
an official representing a country abroad
implied though not plainly expressed
occurring or done before the usual or proper time; too early
instruct or improve (someone) morally or intellectually
diplomat
an official representing a country abroad
implicit
implied though not plainly expressed
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SAT princeton review SET 2
prescriptive
gravitate
prosecutor
impugned
지시하는, 권위적인
인력에 끌리다; <물건이> 가라[내려]앉다(sink) ((toward, to)); <사람 등이> (...에)…
검찰관
의문을 제기하다
prescriptive
지시하는, 권위적인
gravitate
인력에 끌리다; <물건이> 가라[내려]앉다(sink) ((toward, to)); <사람 등이> (...에)…
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P/SAT Vocabulary Princeton Review 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 Regime 2.2 (SAT)
Predict
Refute
Rouse
Somber
to tell (what will happen) in advance; foretell.
to prove to be false or erroneous.
to bring or come out of a state of sleep, unconsciousness, or…
gloomily dark; downcast, glum; extremely serious, grave.
Predict
to tell (what will happen) in advance; foretell.
Refute
to prove to be false or erroneous.
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Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary 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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The Princeton Review SAT Vocab Words 2
reclusive
circumscribe
exonerate
orthodox
preferring isolation
draw a circle around; restrict
to free from blame
adhering to the traditional and established
reclusive
preferring isolation
circumscribe
draw a circle around; restrict
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Princeton Review SAT Vocab Sec. 2
conciliatory
credible
exonerate
incontrovertible
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
capable or being believed; plausible
to free from blame
indisputable; not open to question
conciliatory
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
credible
capable or being believed; plausible
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SAT Princeton
Reclusive
Denounce
Pragmatic
Abstruse
Preferring isolation
To condemn openly
Practical
Difficult to understand
Reclusive
Preferring isolation
Denounce
To condemn openly
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Princeton Review Regime 2.4 (SAT)
Appathetic
Exaggerate
Disregard
Arouse
feeling or showing little emotion.
to magnify beyond the limits of truth; to overstate or overem…
to pay no attention to; ignore; to treat without due respect.
to stir up; to excite.
Appathetic
feeling or showing little emotion.
Exaggerate
to magnify beyond the limits of truth; to overstate or overem…
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Princeton Review Regime 2.1 (SAT)
Candid
Collaborate
Inegrate
Commermorate
completely honest; straightforward.
to work with another.
to bring together into a unified or interrelated whole; to co…
to serve as a memorial of; to honor the memory of by some obs…
Candid
completely honest; straightforward.
Collaborate
to work with another.
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P/SAT Vocabulary Princeton Review 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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SAT Vocab 1600 by Princeton Review (Day 2)
Adroit
Adulation
Adulterate
Advent
skilled; clever
excessive flattery
to make impure by something poor
arrival; coming; beginning
Adroit
skilled; clever
Adulation
excessive flattery
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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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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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SAT French Princeton Review Part 2
au rayon femmes/hommes
en solde
une robe
une robe du soir
in the women's/men's department
on sale
a dress
a gown
au rayon femmes/hommes
in the women's/men's department
en solde
on sale
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Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary - Week 2
flagrant
indolence
acquiesce
prodigal
glaringly wrong; conspicuously faulty
laziness
to give in; agree
extravagant; wasteful
flagrant
glaringly wrong; conspicuously faulty
indolence
laziness
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The Princeton Review SAT Vocab Words 2
bombastic
lugubrious
amalgam
vindictive
given to snobby speech or writing
mournful, especially to an exaggerated degree
mixture
revengeful
bombastic
given to snobby speech or writing
lugubrious
mournful, especially to an exaggerated degree
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Princeton Review SAT Vocab 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 Set #2 Hartman
benevolent
derision
disparity
flagrant
kindly; to wish well
contempt/ hatred ; ridicule
inequality
glaringly wrong; conspicuously
benevolent
kindly; to wish well
derision
contempt/ hatred ; ridicule
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Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary 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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2010 Princeton Review SAT Vocab 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
29 terms
Princeton SAT
filibuster
reminiscent
cosset
fallible
...
...
...
...
filibuster
...
reminiscent
...
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Princeton SAT
animosity (n)
antagonistic (adj)
apathetic (adj)
apprehensive (adj)
a feeling of strong dislike; hostility
acting in opposition to another; hostile, unfriendly
having or showing little emotion; uncaring
uneasy or fearful; nervous
animosity (n)
a feeling of strong dislike; hostility
antagonistic (adj)
acting in opposition to another; hostile, unfriendly
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Princeton SAT
abrogate
accrue
advent
Adventitious
Abolish
accumulate
arrival
Accidental
abrogate
Abolish
accrue
accumulate
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SAT Princeton
unctuous
extinguish
explicitly
meticulous
油嘴滑舌的,谄媚的:flattering;夸张的,做作的:affected, exaggerated
v.使...熄灭;使...不复存在
adv.明白地;明确地
一丝不苟的
unctuous
油嘴滑舌的,谄媚的:flattering;夸张的,做作的:affected, exaggerated
extinguish
v.使...熄灭;使...不复存在
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SAT (Princeton)
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
v. 描绘
n. 矛盾(公共)
v. 渐渐、暗中破坏
v. 提倡,主张
depict
v. 描绘
controversy
n. 矛盾(公共)
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Princeton Review Top 100 SAT Words - Part 2
prodigal
capricious
prosaic
austere
recklessly wasteful
determined by chance or impulse rather than by necessity
lacking wit or imagination
of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor
prodigal
recklessly wasteful
capricious
determined by chance or impulse rather than by necessity
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Princeton Review Regime 2.3 (SAT)
Interact
Lament
Contemporary
Legitimate
to act upon one another.
to express grief or regret (for or over); a vocal expression…
existing, occurring, or living at the same time.
according to law; in accordance with established rules and st…
Interact
to act upon one another.
Lament
to express grief or regret (for or over); a vocal expression…
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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
40 terms
SAT Princeton Review Hit Parade Week 2
conciliatory
exonerate
incontrovertible
litigious
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
to free from blame
indisputable; not open to question.
prone to engage in lawsuits
conciliatory
appeasing; soothing; showing willingness to reconcile
exonerate
to free from blame
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
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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