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74 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Words
absolve
acrimony
adverse
affable
to set free, release
sharpness, harshness, bitterness
opposite or unfavorable
approachable, friendly, cordial
absolve
to set free, release
acrimony
sharpness, harshness, bitterness
50 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocab
absolve
ambivalence
amenable
appropriate
to free from guilt or blame or their consequences
uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabili…
ready or willing to answer, act, agree, or yield; open to inf…
to take to or for oneself; take possession of; to set apart,…
absolve
to free from guilt or blame or their consequences
ambivalence
uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabili…
46 terms
PSAT High Frequency
vacillate
urbane
stratagem
satirize
waver; fluctuate
suave; refined; elegant
a deceptive scheme
mock
vacillate
waver; fluctuate
urbane
suave; refined; elegant
312 terms
PSAT High Frequency List
absolve
abstract
accessible
acclaim
pardon (an offense); free from blame
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
easy to approach
applaud; announce with great approval
absolve
pardon (an offense); free from blame
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary
Hedonist
Anachronistic
Deleterious
Enervating
noun someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasure ... My co…
adjective chronologically misplaced... The photos in the family…
adjective harmful to living things... Radiation can be deleterious
verb causing weakness so debilitation... The acid rain was enerv…
Hedonist
noun someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasure ... My co…
Anachronistic
adjective chronologically misplaced... The photos in the family…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary
Impetuous (Adj.)
Anachronistic (Adj.)
Fortuitous (Adj.)
Demagogue (Noun)
Characterized by undue haste and lack of thought.... Ex) You act…
Chronologically misplaced.... Ex) That old desktop looks out of…
Occurring by happy chance.... Ex) It was such a fortuitous coinc…
A leader who seeks support by appealing to popular passions.…
Impetuous (Adj.)
Characterized by undue haste and lack of thought.... Ex) You act…
Anachronistic (Adj.)
Chronologically misplaced.... Ex) That old desktop looks out of…
19 terms
PSAT High-Frequency 1
absolve
abstract
accessible
acclaim
V. pardon (an offense); free from blame... (absolution -> N.)
ADJ. theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
ADJ. easy to approach; obtainable
V. applaud; announce with great approval... (acclamation -> N.)
absolve
V. pardon (an offense); free from blame... (absolution -> N.)
abstract
ADJ. theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
116 terms
PSAT High Frequency Words
absolve
abstract
accessible
accommodate
pardon (an offense)
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
easy to approach
provide lodgings; oblige or help someone
absolve
pardon (an offense)
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
47 terms
PSAT High Frequency Words
condone
confirm
conformity
confront
overlook voluntarily; forgive
corroborate
agreement
face someone or something
condone
overlook voluntarily; forgive
confirm
corroborate
111 terms
PSAT High Frequency Words
Acrimony
Adverse
Affable
Affinity
Bitterness of words or manner
Unfavorable; hostile
Easily approachable; warmly friendly
Kinship, attraction to
Acrimony
Bitterness of words or manner
Adverse
Unfavorable; hostile
25 terms
PSAT High frequency vocab.
hedonist... Mary-Kay has always led a hed…
anachronistic... The teacher wrote most o…
deleterious... The junk yard dog was know…
enervating... Supposedly garlic was enerv…
(n.) someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures.
(v.) chronologically misplaced
(adj.) harmful to living things
(adj.) causing weakness or debilitation
hedonist... Mary-Kay has always led a hed…
(n.) someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures.
anachronistic... The teacher wrote most o…
(v.) chronologically misplaced
13 terms
High-Frequency Words: PSAT
Absolve
Abstract
Accessible
Acclaim
V. Pardon(an offense); free from blame
Adj. Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
Adj. Easy to approach; obtainable
V. Applaud; announce with great approval
Absolve
V. Pardon(an offense); free from blame
Abstract
Adj. Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
113 terms
High- Frequency PSAT words
absolve
abstract
accessible
accommodate
v. pardon; free from blame
adj. theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
adj. easy to approach; obtainable
v. provide lodgings
absolve
v. pardon; free from blame
abstract
adj. theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
37 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Words
Absolve
Acclaim
Acrimony
Adverse
Set someone free
Praise, Applaud
Anger, Resentment
Unfortunate, Unlucky
Absolve
Set someone free
Acclaim
Praise, Applaud
165 terms
PSAT High Frequency Word List
absolve
abstract
accessible
acclaim
to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
easy to approach
high praise; applause
absolve
to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt
abstract
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
100 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
ample
aristocracy
circumspect
cliché
abundant
hereditary nobility; priveleged class
prudent; cautious
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition
ample
abundant
aristocracy
hereditary nobility; priveleged class
50 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocab
absolve
ambivalence
amenable
appropriate
to free from guilt or blame or their consequences
uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabili…
ready or willing to answer, act, agree, or yield; open to inf…
to take to or for oneself; take possession of; to set apart,…
absolve
to free from guilt or blame or their consequences
ambivalence
uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabili…
99 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
ample
aristocracy
circumspect
cliché
abundant
Privileged class
cautious
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition
ample
abundant
aristocracy
Privileged class
101 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
ample
aristocracy
circumspect
cliché
abundant
hereditary nobility; priveleged class
prudent; cautious
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition
ample
abundant
aristocracy
hereditary nobility; priveleged class
18 terms
PSAT Frequency Vocab List #4
orator
ostentatious
outmoded
pedantic
public speaker
(adj.) marked by conspicuous or pretentious display, showy
adj. no longer in fashion
SHOWING OFF LEARNING
orator
public speaker
ostentatious
(adj.) marked by conspicuous or pretentious display, showy
18 terms
PSAT Frequency Vocab List #3
fallacious
fawning
fervor
forthright
based on a mistaken belief
exaggerated flattery or affection
intense feeling
being direct and outspoken in speech
fallacious
based on a mistaken belief
fawning
exaggerated flattery or affection
146 terms
PSAT High- Frequency Word List
Absolve
Abstract
Accessible
Acclaim
Pardon; free from blame
Theoretical; not concrete
Easy to approach; obtainable
Applaud; announce with great approval
Absolve
Pardon; free from blame
Abstract
Theoretical; not concrete
112 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
absolve
acrimony
aesthetic
affable
V. to set free from an obligation or the consequences of guil…
N. bitterness of words or manner ... The candidate attacked his…
ADJ. artistic; dealing with or capable of appreciation of the…
ADJ. easily approachable; warmly friendly... Accustomed to cold,…
absolve
V. to set free from an obligation or the consequences of guil…
acrimony
N. bitterness of words or manner ... The candidate attacked his…
100 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
ample
aristocracy
circumspect
cliché
abundant
hereditary nobility; priveleged class
prudent; cautious
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition
ample
abundant
aristocracy
hereditary nobility; priveleged class
40 terms
PSAT/NMSQT High Frequency Vocabulary
Absolve
Acrimony
Aesthetic
Affinity
Pardon; free from blame
Bitterness of words or manner
Artistic; dealing with or capable of appreciation of the beau…
Kinship; attraction to
Absolve
Pardon; free from blame
Acrimony
Bitterness of words or manner
24 terms
PSAT Frequency Vocab List #2
decry
denounce
derision
deterrent
public denounce; condemn
publicly declare to be evil/wrong
contemptuous ridicule
a thing that discourages; disencouragement
decry
public denounce; condemn
denounce
publicly declare to be evil/wrong
140 terms
PSAT High-Frequency words A
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
Aberration
V; Lower, humiliate, defeated.
V; Subside, decrease, lessen.
V; Renounce, give up.
N; Deviation from the expected or the normal; Mental irregula…
Abase
V; Lower, humiliate, defeated.
Abate
V; Subside, decrease, lessen.
63 terms
PSAT HIgh Frequency Word List
acrimony
ambivalence
amenable
antagonism
BITTERNESS in words or manner
having contradictory or CONFLICTING emotional attitudes
agreeable; SUBMISSIVE; readily managed
HOSTILITY; active resistence
acrimony
BITTERNESS in words or manner
ambivalence
having contradictory or CONFLICTING emotional attitudes
100 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
ample
aristocracy
circumspect
cliché
abundant
hereditary nobility; priveleged class
prudent; cautious
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition
ample
abundant
aristocracy
hereditary nobility; priveleged class
20 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
Absolve
Abstract
accessible
acclaim
To clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt
Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
capable of being reached
Great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval
Absolve
To clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt
Abstract
Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
61 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
Absolve
Abstract
Accessible
Acclaim
Free from blame
Not concrete; theoretical
Easy to approach
Applaud; announce with approval
Absolve
Free from blame
Abstract
Not concrete; theoretical
26 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word List
absolve
abstract
acclaim
accommodate
V. pardon (an offense); free from blame... The father confessor…
ADJ. theoretical; not concrete... To him, hunger was an abstrac…
V. applaud; announce with great approval.... The NBC sportscast…
V. provide lodgings. ... Mary asked the room clerk whether the…
absolve
V. pardon (an offense); free from blame... The father confessor…
abstract
ADJ. theoretical; not concrete... To him, hunger was an abstrac…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocab List 1
Hedonist (noun)
Anachronistic (adj.)
Deleterious (adj.)
Enervating(verb)
Someone motivated by desires for sensual purposes / Sentence:…
Chronologically misplaced/ Sentence: Notice the anachronism o…
Harmful to living things/ Sentence: When I gave him the aspir…
Causing weakness or debilitation/ Sentence: The alcohol appea…
Hedonist (noun)
Someone motivated by desires for sensual purposes / Sentence:…
Anachronistic (adj.)
Chronologically misplaced/ Sentence: Notice the anachronism o…
301 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Word Complete List
Absolve
Abstract
Accessible
Acclaim
V pardon (an offense); free from blame
ADJ theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
ADJ easy to approach; obtainable
V applaud; announce with great approval
Absolve
V pardon (an offense); free from blame
Abstract
ADJ theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
29 terms
PSAT High-Frequency Words List 1-5
absolute
abstract
accelerate
accessory
complete; totally unlimited; certain
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
move faster
additional object; useful but not essential thing
absolute
complete; totally unlimited; certain
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 1
hedonist
anachronistic
deleterious
enervating
(n.) someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures... Zeus,…
(adj.) chronologically misplaced... There was an anachronistic l…
(adj.) harmful to living things... The people cowered in fear as…
(adj.) causing weakness or debilitation ... The enervating freez…
hedonist
(n.) someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures... Zeus,…
anachronistic
(adj.) chronologically misplaced... There was an anachronistic l…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 2
impute
intuitive
jubilation
lobbyist
attribute or credit to
spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency
a feeling of extreme joy
someone who is employed to persuade how legislators vote
impute
attribute or credit to
intuitive
spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 1
hedonist; noun... My mother tried to keep…
anachronistic; adj... The girls time line…
deleterious; adj... All the pollution in…
enervating; verb... Luckily, the girl sur…
someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures
chronologically misplaced
harmful to living things
causing weakness or dehibilitation
hedonist; noun... My mother tried to keep…
someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures
anachronistic; adj... The girls time line…
chronologically misplaced
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 2
impute
intuitive
jubilation
lobbyist
(v.) attribute or credit to... Even though my brother put a den…
(adj.) spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural te…
(n.) a feeling of extreme joy... There was a great feeling of j…
(n.) someone who is employed to persuade how legislators vote…
impute
(v.) attribute or credit to... Even though my brother put a den…
intuitive
(adj.) spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural te…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary Lists 1
Abstinence (noun)
Adulation (noun)
Aesthetic (adjective)
Anachronistic (adjective)
the of refraining from something, especially alcohol... sentence…
servile flattery; exaggerated and hypocritical praise... adulati…
characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste... sent…
chronologically misplace... sentence: i purposely organized all…
Abstinence (noun)
the of refraining from something, especially alcohol... sentence…
Adulation (noun)
servile flattery; exaggerated and hypocritical praise... adulati…
15 terms
Pt. 1 PSAT High-Frequency Word List
absolve
abstract
accessible
acclaim
...
...
...
...
absolve
...
abstract
...
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 2
impute (n)
intuitive (adj)
jubilation (n)
lobbyist (n)
attribute or credit to
spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency
a feeling of extreme joy
someone who is employed to persuade how legislators vote
impute (n)
attribute or credit to
intuitive (adj)
spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 2
Impute (v.)
Intuitive (adj.)
Jubilation (n.)
Lobbyist (n.)
Attribute or credit to... "The crimes imputed to Steven."
Spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency…
A feeling of extreme joy... "She screamed in absolute jubilation."
Someone who is employed to persuade how legislators vote... "Joh…
Impute (v.)
Attribute or credit to... "The crimes imputed to Steven."
Intuitive (adj.)
Spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 2
Impute (verb)
Intuitive (adjective)
Jubilation (noun)
Lobbyist (noun)
Definition: Attribute/ credit to.... Sentence: Most people imput…
Definition: Spontaneously derived from/ prompted by a natural…
Definition: A feeling of extreme joy.... Sentence: Students feel…
Definition: Someone who is employed to persuade how legislato…
Impute (verb)
Definition: Attribute/ credit to.... Sentence: Most people imput…
Intuitive (adjective)
Definition: Spontaneously derived from/ prompted by a natural…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 1
hedonist
anachronistic
deleterious
enervating
(n) Someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures... -Mike…
(adj.) Chronologically misplaced... -If one were to say that the…
(adj.) Harmful to living things... -Snakes can be a deleterious…
(adj.) Causing weakness or debilitation... -The small girl said…
hedonist
(n) Someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures... -Mike…
anachronistic
(adj.) Chronologically misplaced... -If one were to say that the…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocab list 1
hedonist
anachronistic
deleterious
enervating
someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures- n.- Someo…
chronologically misplaced- adj.- The shield is anachronistic…
harmful to living things- adj.- Many deleterious viruses are…
causing weakness or debilitation- adj.- Florida's heat is ene…
hedonist
someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures- n.- Someo…
anachronistic
chronologically misplaced- adj.- The shield is anachronistic…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 2
impute
intuitive
jubilation
lobbyist
attribute or credit to
spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency
a feeling of extreme joy
someone who is employed to persuade how legislators vote
impute
attribute or credit to
intuitive
spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 1
Hedonist (he-don-ist)
Anachronistic (a-nach-ro-nis-tic)
Deleterious (del-e-te-ri-ous)
Enervating (en-er-vate)
Someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasure... Sentence: M…
Chronologically misplaced... Sentence: She fixed the anachronist…
Harmful to living things... Sentence: Alcohol is deleterious to…
Causing weakness or debilitation... Sentence: If the hurricane c…
Hedonist (he-don-ist)
Someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasure... Sentence: M…
Anachronistic (a-nach-ro-nis-tic)
Chronologically misplaced... Sentence: She fixed the anachronist…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 2
impute
intuitive
jubilation
lobbyist
-verb... -attribute or credit to... -The store owner gave impute to…
-adj.... -spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural te…
-noun... -a feeling of extreme joy... -I was filled with jubilation…
-noun... -someone who is employed to persuade how legislators vo…
impute
-verb... -attribute or credit to... -The store owner gave impute to…
intuitive
-adj.... -spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural te…
25 terms
PSAT High Frequency Vocabulary Set 2
impute
intuitive
jubilation
lobbyist
(verb) attribute or credit to... The crimes imputed to the thief…
(adjective) spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natur…
(noun) a feeling of extreme joy... The man was overcome with jub…
(noun) someone who is employed to persuade how legislators vo…
impute
(verb) attribute or credit to... The crimes imputed to the thief…
intuitive
(adjective) spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natur…
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