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20 terms
SAT 5
virulent
contemptuous
prevaricate
imperceptible
extremely poisonous or full of hate
expressing disdain; showing a lack of respect
to deviate from the truth
difficult to perceive by the senses; barely noticeable
virulent
extremely poisonous or full of hate
contemptuous
expressing disdain; showing a lack of respect
SAT VOCABULARY #5
superbly
wholly
foe
arduous
extremely well; wonderfully
Completely
enemy
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
superbly
extremely well; wonderfully
wholly
Completely
10 terms
SAT 5
Aptitude
Chronic
Cower
Endure
Natural ability
Continuous
Get away
Put up with
Aptitude
Natural ability
Chronic
Continuous
SAT Vocab 5
corroborate
Amorous
Decorous
expedite
Verify
love
proper
speed
corroborate
Verify
Amorous
love
SAT#5
Balm (palm)
Beget (forget)
Beleaguer (big leager)
Bereave (leave)
something that heals or comforts; soothing; an oil or ointment
to give birth to; to create
to besiege; beset, surround, harass
suffering the death of a loved one; left alone
Balm (palm)
something that heals or comforts; soothing; an oil or ointment
Beget (forget)
to give birth to; to create
15 terms
SAT Words #5
adversity
amicable
collaborate
congregation
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
(adj) friendly, agreeable
(v) to cooperate, work together
(n) a crowd of people, an assembly
adversity
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
amicable
(adj) friendly, agreeable
5 terms
SAT 5
Anthithesis
Ethereal
Incorrigible
Juxtapose
Opposite
Heavenly; fine; delicately beautiful
Impossible to correct or control, or discipline
To place side by side
Anthithesis
Opposite
Ethereal
Heavenly; fine; delicately beautiful
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 1-5
Absolution
Blatant
Ensconce
Plausible
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious
establish firmly in a position
can be believed; reasonable
Absolution
forgiveness; pardon; release
Blatant
obvious
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SAT List 5
altruistic
ambiguous
ambivalence
analogous
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
UNCLEAR OR DOUBTFUL IN MEANING
the quality of having opposing ideas or feelings
Comparable or similar in certain respects
altruistic
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
ambiguous
UNCLEAR OR DOUBTFUL IN MEANING
103 terms
SAT 5.
philander (v)
raiment (n)
canard (n)
conspicuous (a)
have amorous affairs.... -> philanderer (n) a man having sex wit…
clothing; garments.
a false rumor.
noticeable.
philander (v)
have amorous affairs.... -> philanderer (n) a man having sex wit…
raiment (n)
clothing; garments.
10 terms
SAT 5
absolution
blatant
creditable
ensconce
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious
praiseworthy
establish firmly in a position
absolution
forgiveness; pardon; release
blatant
obvious
10 terms
SAT Words - Week 5
assuage
astute
atrophy
audacious
(v) to relieve; ease; pacify
(adj) wise; insightfully clever; shrewd
(v) to waste away; wither
(adj) brazen; brash; nervy
assuage
(v) to relieve; ease; pacify
astute
(adj) wise; insightfully clever; shrewd
14 terms
SAT 5
allay (all v.)
alleviate
ameliorate
assuage
to lesser fear; to calm
to lessen pain or tension
to make better; to lessen pain, difficulty, or tension
to alleviate; to lessen pain or conflict
allay (all v.)
to lesser fear; to calm
alleviate
to lessen pain or tension
10 terms
SAT #5
crony
ennui
obtuse
cherub
a close friend of long standing
weariness and dissatisfaction/boredom
insensitive; stupid
angelic
crony
a close friend of long standing
ennui
weariness and dissatisfaction/boredom
14 terms
SAT #5
scrupulous
solicitious
sophistry
substantiate
(adj.) exact, careful, attending thoroughly to details; havin…
concerned
A plausible but deliberately misleading or fallacious argument
TO SUPPORT WITH PROOF OR EVIDENCE
scrupulous
(adj.) exact, careful, attending thoroughly to details; havin…
solicitious
concerned
10 terms
SAT 5
cajole
callous
capitulate
capricious
v. to persuade by pleasant words or false promises. To persua…
adj. unfeeling; cruel, insensitive, emotionally hardened.
v. to surrender; to cease resisting. to surrender uncondition…
adj. changeable; fickle, exclusively negative, stresses an ar…
cajole
v. to persuade by pleasant words or false promises. To persua…
callous
adj. unfeeling; cruel, insensitive, emotionally hardened.
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 5 Vocabulary
abnormal
accommodation
brittle
component
not usual, not typical, strange; aberrant; anomalous
a convenient arrangement; a settlement or compromise; a place…
easily broken; not flexible; fragile
A part or element of a larger whole
abnormal
not usual, not typical, strange; aberrant; anomalous
accommodation
a convenient arrangement; a settlement or compromise; a place…
25 terms
SAT 5
obscure (adj)
optimism (noun)
vigor (noun)
paradox (noun)
not clear to the understanding; ambiguous or vague; not easil…
a tendency to look on the more favorable side of events or co…
active strength or force, intensity; healthy physical or ment…
a contradiction, a puzzle, an inconsistency
obscure (adj)
not clear to the understanding; ambiguous or vague; not easil…
optimism (noun)
a tendency to look on the more favorable side of events or co…
SAT 5
virtuoso
woebegone
flippant
intransigent
displaying great skill
overwhelmed with grief
disrespectful
refusing to compromise
virtuoso
displaying great skill
woebegone
overwhelmed with grief
10 terms
SAT 5
foster
gregarious
mitigate
pragmatic
verb to help to develop:promote
adj Sociable
verb to make less painful
adj dealing practilly not theoretacal
foster
verb to help to develop:promote
gregarious
adj Sociable
SAT 5
arid
armada
armory
aroma
dry
a fleet of war vessels
an arsenal
a bad odor
arid
dry
armada
a fleet of war vessels
20 terms
SAT 5
virulent
contemptuous
enigma
labyrinth
(adj.) extremely poisonous; full of malice; spiteful
Feeling hatred; scornful
a puzzle; a mystery
A maze
virulent
(adj.) extremely poisonous; full of malice; spiteful
contemptuous
Feeling hatred; scornful
25 terms
SAT 5
acrimonious
ameliorate
amenable
amorphous
caustic
to make better; to improve
open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tractable,…
shapeless, without definite form
acrimonious
caustic
ameliorate
to make better; to improve
15 terms
SAT 5
fop
imprecation
non sequitur
sanguine
an excessively fashion-conscious man
a curse
something that does not logically follow
cheerful; optimistic
fop
an excessively fashion-conscious man
imprecation
a curse
14 terms
sat 5
Heterogeneous
Indelible
Inequity
Intercede
adjective- varied, mixed, consisting of different kinds or ty…
adjective- unable to erase or remove, permanent
noun- unfairness, injustice
verb- to act or make a request in behalf of another person, i…
Heterogeneous
adjective- varied, mixed, consisting of different kinds or ty…
Indelible
adjective- unable to erase or remove, permanent
10 terms
SAT 5
ambivalent
diligent
empathy
frivolous
adj. having opposing feelings.
adj. showing care in doing one's work.
n. sensitivity to another's feelings as if they were one's own.
adj. of little importance. Insignificant.
ambivalent
adj. having opposing feelings.
diligent
adj. showing care in doing one's work.
20 terms
SAT 5
Prevaricate
Imperceptible
Diverse
Desiccate
v. ... to deviate from the truth
adj. ... difficult to perceive by the senses ; barely noticeable
adj. ... different; various
v. ... To dry out
Prevaricate
v. ... to deviate from the truth
Imperceptible
adj. ... difficult to perceive by the senses ; barely noticeable
10 terms
SAT Vocab #5
abscond
anarchist
callous
debacle
(v.) to sneak away and hide
A person who opposes all forms of government.
Emotionally hardened; insensitive; unfeeling
A complete failure
abscond
(v.) to sneak away and hide
anarchist
A person who opposes all forms of government.
15 terms
SAT 5
scrutinize
precarious
petulant
permeate
to examine with careful detail
unstable; uncertain; not secure
bad-tempered; irritble
to penetrate, spread through, fill
scrutinize
to examine with careful detail
precarious
unstable; uncertain; not secure
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
Decadent
Demagogue
Demeanor
Discrepancy
adj. decaying in morals
n. an evil leader
n. a person's behavior and appearance
n. a difference; a disagreement
Decadent
adj. decaying in morals
Demagogue
n. an evil leader
15 terms
SAT word list 5
adulation
aesthetic
anachronistic
anonymous
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive
ADJ. RELATING TO BEAUTY OR ART, N. A CONCEPTION OF WHAT IS AR…
(adj.) being out of correct chronological order (In this book…
(adj.) being unknown, unrecognized (Mary received a love poem…
adulation
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive
aesthetic
ADJ. RELATING TO BEAUTY OR ART, N. A CONCEPTION OF WHAT IS AR…
96 terms
SAT #5
Rostrum
Saccharine
Sacrilegious
Salient
(noun) An elevated platform for public speaking
(adjective) Excessively sweet or sentimental
(adjective) Impious, irreverent toward what is held to be sac…
(adjective) Prominent, of notable significance
Rostrum
(noun) An elevated platform for public speaking
Saccharine
(adjective) Excessively sweet or sentimental
20 terms
SAT 5
amnesty (n)
autonomy (n)
axiomatic (adj)
blazon (v)
a general pardon for offenses, especially political offenses,…
the condition of being autonomous; self-government or the rig…
pertaining to or of the nature of an axiom; self-evident; obv…
to set forth conspicuously or publicly; display; proclaim
amnesty (n)
a general pardon for offenses, especially political offenses,…
autonomy (n)
the condition of being autonomous; self-government or the rig…
10 terms
SAT Words - Week 5
assuage
astute
atrophy
audacious
relieve; ease; pacify
wise; insightfully clever; shrewd
waste away; wither
brazen; brash; nervy
assuage
relieve; ease; pacify
astute
wise; insightfully clever; shrewd
12 terms
SAT #5
Common is one of the best known ______…
It is so much fun when the crowd _____…
The most ___________ people in my life…
Anytime you live in a town that has an…
bard
undulate
salient
rancid
Common is one of the best known ______…
bard
It is so much fun when the crowd _____…
undulate
17 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #5
immutable
metamorphosis
rupture
transmute
unchangeable
a transformation
to break open
to transform
immutable
unchangeable
metamorphosis
a transformation
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 5
laconic
harrowing
aptitude
endure
brief, using few words
extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
capacity for learning; natural ability
to carry on through despite hardships; to put up with
laconic
brief, using few words
harrowing
extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
SAT Vocab #5
bucolic
pretentious
gullible
convivial
charmingly rural
making ridiculous claims
easily tricked
fond of partying; festive
bucolic
charmingly rural
pretentious
making ridiculous claims
SAT 5
alienist
amanuensis
beadle
charlatan
a doctor who specializes in mental disease, Alienation, refer…
secretary; one who copies something.
minor official
a quack; one who isn't who claims
alienist
a doctor who specializes in mental disease, Alienation, refer…
amanuensis
secretary; one who copies something.
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SAT Vocab 5
antagonize
brevity
candor
despondent
to cause someone to be hostile; provoke; to annoy or irritate
to be brief; to be concise
honesty; frankness
feeling hopeless or depressed
antagonize
to cause someone to be hostile; provoke; to annoy or irritate
brevity
to be brief; to be concise
SAT Word List 5
mundane
nonchalant
novice
opulent
ordinary, common
calm, casual
beginner
wealthy
mundane
ordinary, common
nonchalant
calm, casual
20 terms
SAT Quack! - Volume 5
virulent
labyrinth
vibrant
enigma
extremely poisonous or injurious
a complicated network of winding passages; a maze
vigorous, energetic, radiant, sparkling, vivacious
a mystery, a puzzle, mystery, or riddle
virulent
extremely poisonous or injurious
labyrinth
a complicated network of winding passages; a maze
19 terms
SAT Quack! - Volume 5
virulent
labyrinth
vibrant
enigma
extremely poisonous or injurious
a complicated network of winding passages; a maze
vigorous, energetic, radiant, sparkling, vivacious
a mystery, a puzzle, mystery, or riddle
virulent
extremely poisonous or injurious
labyrinth
a complicated network of winding passages; a maze
SAT Vocab List #5
provincial
impunity
equanimity
alacrity
narrow-minded; limited in outlook to one's own small corner o…
exemption from punishment or penalty
Calmness, composure, refusal to panic
cheerful eagerness; willingness
provincial
narrow-minded; limited in outlook to one's own small corner o…
impunity
exemption from punishment or penalty
SAT 5
extenuating
florid
forbearance
fortitude
something that makes the situation not as bad
ornate; grandiloquente; overly flowery language
patience; restraint
strength
extenuating
something that makes the situation not as bad
florid
ornate; grandiloquente; overly flowery language
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SAT Vocab Set #5
extenuating (adj.)
exhort (verb)
antipathy (noun)
digress (verb)
serving to make a fault, offense, etc., appear less serious
to urge, advise, or caution earnestly; admonish urgently
(1) a natural, basic, or habitual repugnance... (2) an instincti…
to deviate or wander away from the main topic or purpose
extenuating (adj.)
serving to make a fault, offense, etc., appear less serious
exhort (verb)
to urge, advise, or caution earnestly; admonish urgently
20 terms
SAT Vocab #5
chastise
cherish
chide
choreography
to criticize severely
to feel or show affection toward something
to voice disproval
the arrangement of dances
chastise
to criticize severely
cherish
to feel or show affection toward something
20 terms
SAT List 5
lucid
contrite
incessant
repudiate
easy to understand
admitting or feeling guilt
unceasing
to reject, disown or renounce
lucid
easy to understand
contrite
admitting or feeling guilt
SAT 5
camaraderie
cortege
detente
elite
mutual trust and friendship among people who spend much time…
relaxation of tension; cease-fire; easing of hostility
a solemn procession; train of attendants
most qualified; the best; a select part of a group that is su…
camaraderie
mutual trust and friendship among people who spend much time…
cortege
relaxation of tension; cease-fire; easing of hostility
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