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16 terms
SAT #2
alienate
alienation
daunted
beguile
to make others unfriendly to you... verb... causa le separean de pe…
a feeling of isolation... feeling alone... I felt of sense of _____…
discouraged, intimidated, ... feeling like you want to give up... c…
to deceive, to mislead, to persuade with charm... verb... para enga…
alienate
to make others unfriendly to you... verb... causa le separean de pe…
alienation
a feeling of isolation... feeling alone... I felt of sense of _____…
SAT List 2-2
Abstemious
Blithe
Enunciation
Rescind
self denying; refraining from indulging
free-spirited; carefree
clear pronunciation; accent; articulation
retract; repeal
Abstemious
self denying; refraining from indulging
Blithe
free-spirited; carefree
SAT VOCABULARY #2
consanguinity
acquiesce
rectitude
solemnly
kinship; relationship by birth
To accept without protest; to agree or submit
Moral uprightness; righteousness
in a serious manner
consanguinity
kinship; relationship by birth
acquiesce
To accept without protest; to agree or submit
SAT 2
abstinence
bequeath
cacophony
debilitate
the giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
to leave money or property by a will; to pass along
discord; harsh sound
to weaken
abstinence
the giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
bequeath
to leave money or property by a will; to pass along
10 terms
SAT 2
Asunder
Efface
Evade
Forbear
Torn down
Erase
Avoid/Flee
Refrain/Abstain
Asunder
Torn down
Efface
Erase
50 terms
SAT 2
Gaudy
anonymous
Presume
Perturb
(adj.) flashy, showy; not in good taste
nameless
take for granted
to disturb greatly
Gaudy
(adj.) flashy, showy; not in good taste
anonymous
nameless
15 terms
SAT Word List 2
abstinence
anonymous
benevolent
camaraderie
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
(adj) nameless, without a disclosed identity
(adj) friendly and helpful
(n) trust, sociability amongst friends
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
anonymous
(adj) nameless, without a disclosed identity
20 terms
SAT List 2
affectation
candor
consensus
elude
(n) a deliberate pretense or exaggerated display intended to…
(n) the quality of being honest and straightforward in attitu…
(n) agreement in the judgment or opinion reached by a group a…
(v) evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typic…
affectation
(n) a deliberate pretense or exaggerated display intended to…
candor
(n) the quality of being honest and straightforward in attitu…
20 terms
SAT Quack! - Volume 2
corroborate
amorous
decorous
expedite
to support with evidence or authority; to make more certain o…
expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance
characterized by propriety and dignity and good taste in mann…
to speed up the progress of
corroborate
to support with evidence or authority; to make more certain o…
amorous
expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance
20 terms
SAT List 2
accessible
acclaim
acknowledge
adulation
(adj.) obtainable, reachable
Applaud; announce with great approval
Recognize; admit
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive
accessible
(adj.) obtainable, reachable
acclaim
Applaud; announce with great approval
10 terms
SAT Words - Week 2
affirmation
alienate
aloof
altruistic
(n) positive statement; assertion; agreement
(v) to push someone way, or cause him to separate from people
(adj) detached; apart; indifferent
(adj) unselfish; caring
affirmation
(n) positive statement; assertion; agreement
alienate
(v) to push someone way, or cause him to separate from people
SAT List 2-5
Acquiesce
Curtail
Tenuous
Acrid
to agree to; give in to
cut short
flimsy; not solid
sharp; pungent (used of smells and tastes)
Acquiesce
to agree to; give in to
Curtail
cut short
SAT List 2-1
Credulous
Enshroud
Haughtiness
Lachrymose
gullible; ready to believe anything
cover
arrogance; pride
tearful; sad
Credulous
gullible; ready to believe anything
Enshroud
cover
SAT List 2-4
Accolade
Bolster
Cryptic
Ephemeral
tribute; honor; praise
support; prop up
puzzling; enigmatic
short-lived
Accolade
tribute; honor; praise
Bolster
support; prop up
5 terms
SAT 2
Ratify
Altruistic
Expunge
Peruse
To approve (by formal vote, for example); confirm
Unselfish; caring
To erase
To read carefully; study in detail
Ratify
To approve (by formal vote, for example); confirm
Altruistic
Unselfish; caring
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 2 Vocabulary
adhere
anecdote
burgeon
consecutive
(v.) to stick to, remain attached; to be devoted or loyal as…
short, amusing, or interesting narrative that focuses on a pa…
to expand, grow; flourish; put forth new shoots (blossom)
Following one after another in order, successive
adhere
(v.) to stick to, remain attached; to be devoted or loyal as…
anecdote
short, amusing, or interesting narrative that focuses on a pa…
SAT List 2-3
Abstruse
Laconic
Oblique
Resignation
difficult to understand; obscure
using few words; brief; to the point
indirect; slanting
acceptance of fate
Abstruse
difficult to understand; obscure
Laconic
using few words; brief; to the point
5 terms
SAT 2
Fervor
Glutton
Harbor
Imminent
Strong Passion
A person who consumes huge qualities of food or drink; someon…
To provide shelter or refuge; hide
About to take place; happening soon
Fervor
Strong Passion
Glutton
A person who consumes huge qualities of food or drink; someon…
SAT Word List 2
Absolution
Blantant
Creditable
Ensconce
Forgiveness
Obvious
Praise-worthy
Establish firmly in a position
Absolution
Forgiveness
Blantant
Obvious
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary 2
antithesis
ascend
austere
autonomous
a direct opposite, a contrast (+/-)... E.g.: In The Lion King,…
to move upward, to rise from a lower station (+)... E.g. He asc…
strict, stern, unadorned, ascetic (+/-)... E.g. The building's…
independent, self-contained (+)... E.g. He preferred to be auto…
antithesis
a direct opposite, a contrast (+/-)... E.g.: In The Lion King,…
ascend
to move upward, to rise from a lower station (+)... E.g. He asc…
SAT 2
amorphous
consort
immaculate
untoward
with no shape
a companion; a spouse
perfectly clean; correct
unfortunate
amorphous
with no shape
consort
a companion; a spouse
SAT Word List 2
censure
circuitous
clairvoyant
collaborate
to criticize harshly
indirect, roundabout
able to see the future
to work together
censure
to criticize harshly
circuitous
indirect, roundabout
100 terms
SAT Intensive Vocab List2
skiff
scull (v)
inlet
barge
small boat
to propel a boat with small ores
a small opening between a small and a larger body of water
freight boat
skiff
small boat
scull (v)
to propel a boat with small ores
26 terms
SAT Math 2 Equations
Area of a triangle
Area of an equilateral triangle
Area of a square
Area of a parallelogram
A = (1/2)absinx
A = (diagonal^2)/2
Area of a triangle
A = (1/2)absinx
Area of an equilateral triangle
10 terms
SAT 2
alienate
alleviate
aloof
altruistic
v. to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone…
v. to make easier to endure; to relieve; to diminish; emphati…
adj. Indifferent; unsympathetic; not interested; apart.; is a…
adj. Thoughtful of the welfare of others (pertains to motive)…
alienate
v. to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone…
alleviate
v. to make easier to endure; to relieve; to diminish; emphati…
SAT List 1-2
Bilk
Covert
Engender
Nuance
cheat; defraud
hidden; undercover
cause
something subtle; a fine shade of meaning
Bilk
cheat; defraud
Covert
hidden; undercover
10 terms
SAT 2
Abrasive
Bilk
Covert
Engender
Rough; course; harsh
Cheat; defraud
Hidden, undercover
Cause
Abrasive
Rough; course; harsh
Bilk
Cheat; defraud
SAT 2
accredit
accumulate
accuracy
accursed
to approve; to certify
Amass
A description of how close a measurement is to the true value…
Doomed to evil, misery, or misfortune.
accredit
to approve; to certify
accumulate
Amass
SAT #2
umbrage
unbridled
veer
verbatim
sense of injury or insult; to take offense, displeasure
violent, unbounded, unrestrained
to chance direction
using exactly the same words, word for word
umbrage
sense of injury or insult; to take offense, displeasure
unbridled
violent, unbounded, unrestrained
20 terms
SAT2
corroborate
amorous
decorous
expedite
to support with evidence
Expressing love or the state of being in love
Proper
(v.) to make easy, cause to progress faster
corroborate
to support with evidence
amorous
Expressing love or the state of being in love
SAT 2
erudition
eleemosynary
soupcon
attenuated
knowledgeable
charitable
tiny bit of
slender or thin
erudition
knowledgeable
eleemosynary
charitable
10 terms
SAT 2
abrasive
bilk
covert
engender
rough; coarse; harsh
cheat; defraud
hidden; undercover
cause
abrasive
rough; coarse; harsh
bilk
cheat; defraud
28 terms
SAT 2
facetious
unconscionable
capricious
inconsequential
1 joking or jesting often inappropriately : waggish ... 2 meant…
adj. 1 extremely bad, unfair, or wrong... 2 going far beyond wha…
adj. 1: changing often and quickly; especially : often changi…
1 a: illogical b : irrelevant... 2 of no significance : unimport…
facetious
1 joking or jesting often inappropriately : waggish ... 2 meant…
unconscionable
adj. 1 extremely bad, unfair, or wrong... 2 going far beyond wha…
27 terms
SAT 2
Callow
Debilitate
Enigma
Trepidation
Inexperienced/immature... (adjective) (earnest and CALLOW underg…
Weak... (verb) (a weakness that DEBILITATES him despite his over…
Person or thing that is puzzling or misunderstood... (noun) (his…
With caution... (noun) (the men set off in fear and TREPIDATION)
Callow
Inexperienced/immature... (adjective) (earnest and CALLOW underg…
Debilitate
Weak... (verb) (a weakness that DEBILITATES him despite his over…
SAT Vocabulary 2
abate
abridge
abstract
abtrusive
to ease up; to reduce in intensity or amount
to shorten, as the text of a novel
existing as a thought or an idea, not having physical form
intrusive; noticeable in a prominent or unwelcome way
abate
to ease up; to reduce in intensity or amount
abridge
to shorten, as the text of a novel
10 terms
SAT 2
archaic
reciprocal
alacrity
implacable
obsolete; old-fashioned; out-of-date and thus not "in," "with…
shared and expressed by both sides; mutual
great speed; promptness
incapable of being appeased
archaic
obsolete; old-fashioned; out-of-date and thus not "in," "with…
reciprocal
shared and expressed by both sides; mutual
15 terms
SAT 2
impotent
antithesis
maelstrom
emendation
powerless; lacking strength
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
whirlpool; turbulence; agitated state of mind
a correction
impotent
powerless; lacking strength
antithesis
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
20 terms
SAT 2
corroborate
amorous
decorous
expedite
(v) to CONFIRM; to BACK UP with evidence
(adj) feeling LOVING especially in a sexual sense
(adj) PROPER and GOOD TASTE
(v) to SPEED UP the progress of
corroborate
(v) to CONFIRM; to BACK UP with evidence
amorous
(adj) feeling LOVING especially in a sexual sense
12 terms
SAT #2
ben,bene
bibli
bio
brev
good, well
book
life
short
ben,bene
good, well
bibli
book
15 terms
SAT Terms List #2
Novel
Philanthropy
Tentative
Deference
New; original
Love of mankind; donating to charity
Experimental; temporary; uncertain
Submission to another's will; respect; courtesy
Novel
New; original
Philanthropy
Love of mankind; donating to charity
20 terms
SAT vocabulary List 2
rhetorical
verbose
voluble
arrogant
a question asked for an effect, and not actually requiring an…
using too many words; wordy; long winded
talking with a great deal of ease;
overbearing; proud; haughty
rhetorical
a question asked for an effect, and not actually requiring an…
verbose
using too many words; wordy; long winded
SAT Vocab - List 2
Aloof
Banal
Censure
Ingenuous
(adj.) withdrawn, standing apart from others (usually as a ma…
(adj.) hackneyed, trite, commonplace, boring, unoriginal
(verb) to criticize severely; to officially rebuke
(adj.) innocent, simple; frank, sincere
Aloof
(adj.) withdrawn, standing apart from others (usually as a ma…
Banal
(adj.) hackneyed, trite, commonplace, boring, unoriginal
SAT vocabulary 2
adversity
aesthetic
amicable
anachronistic
Hardship; misfortune
Pertaining to beauty
...
out-of-date
adversity
Hardship; misfortune
aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty
SAT 2
charlatan
skeptic
rhetorician
hedonist
a fake; fraud; an imposter
a person who doubts and lacks faith
eloquent writer or speaker
a person who believes that pleasure is the chief goal of life
charlatan
a fake; fraud; an imposter
skeptic
a person who doubts and lacks faith
SAT 2
abhor/abhorrence
abolish
acrimony
acrimonious
to hate/strong hatred
to get rid of
bitterness, hostility
bitter, as in feeling, language or tone
abhor/abhorrence
to hate/strong hatred
abolish
to get rid of
20 terms
SAT Quack! - Volume 2
corroborate
amorous
decorous
expedite
to support with evidence or authority; to make more certain o…
expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance
characterized by propriety and dignity and good taste in mann…
to speed up the progress of
corroborate
to support with evidence or authority; to make more certain o…
amorous
expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance
SAT vocab 2
Efface
Glutton
Enhance
Hiatus
To erase; to rub out
Someone who consumes too much food or drink
To intensify or improve
A break or vacation
Efface
To erase; to rub out
Glutton
Someone who consumes too much food or drink
SAT #2
Indignant
Esoteric
Capricious
Tenable
Aggrieved, resentful, affronted, disgruntled
Abstruse, obscure, arcane
Fickle, inconstant, variable
Defensible, justifiable, sustainable
Indignant
Aggrieved, resentful, affronted, disgruntled
Esoteric
Abstruse, obscure, arcane
97 terms
SAT Vocab #2
Ambivalent
Apathy
Autonomy
Benevolent
undecided; having 'mixed' feelings
lack of energy or interest
self-government
kindly
Ambivalent
undecided; having 'mixed' feelings
Apathy
lack of energy or interest
100 terms
SAT 2
Incongruous
Inconsequential
Inconspicuous
Indelible
a. - not fitting in, out of place
a. - unimportant, insignificant, negligible
a. - not easily seen, subtle, not noticeable
a. - cannot be wiped out
Incongruous
a. - not fitting in, out of place
Inconsequential
a. - unimportant, insignificant, negligible
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