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11 terms
Sat word 6.6
tirade
denounce
meander
translucent
a long bitter speech. When someone goes off about something a…
to criticize; condemn. Ex:Cesar Chavez denounced the bad work…
follow a winding course; ramble; wander in a carefree manner
permitting light to pass through; not totally see through
tirade
a long bitter speech. When someone goes off about something a…
denounce
to criticize; condemn. Ex:Cesar Chavez denounced the bad work…
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #6
subversion
enroachment
astute
inquest
a systematic attempt to overthrow a government by using perso…
intrusion on a person's territory, rights
(adj.) shrewd, crafty, showing practical wisdom
Legal or judicial inquiry, especially before a jury and espec…
subversion
a systematic attempt to overthrow a government by using perso…
enroachment
intrusion on a person's territory, rights
20 terms
SAT 6
laconic
malevolent
meander
apex
not saying much; brief or concise
wishing evil
to wander around aimlessly
tip, peak, or summit
laconic
not saying much; brief or concise
malevolent
wishing evil
20 terms
SAT Quack! - Volume 6
atrophy
citadel
puissant
emaciated
any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strong or…
powerful
very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold
atrophy
any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
citadel
a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strong or…
15 terms
SAT Words #6
assiduous
asylum
condescending
evanescent
(adj) persistent, hard-working
(n) sanctuary, shelter, place of refuge
(adj) possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing
(adj) quickly fading, short-lived, esp. an image
assiduous
(adj) persistent, hard-working
asylum
(n) sanctuary, shelter, place of refuge
10 terms
SAT 6
Conflagration
Induce
Soporific
Anarchy
A large fire
Cause to happen
Sleep-inducing
Absence of government or control; lawlessness; disorder
Conflagration
A large fire
Induce
Cause to happen
10 terms
SAT 6
bulwark
cache
cacophony
cajole
a defensive wall; something serving as a principal defense
a hiding place, or the objects hidden in a hiding place
harsh sounds
to wheedle, to coax, or persuade someone to do something they…
bulwark
a defensive wall; something serving as a principal defense
cache
a hiding place, or the objects hidden in a hiding place
5 terms
SAT 6
Flippancy
Arcane
Plausible
Vacillate
Treating a serious situation with arrogant humor or disrespect
Secret; mysterious
Believeable, but not completely
To move back and forth between choices; unable to decide
Flippancy
Treating a serious situation with arrogant humor or disrespect
Arcane
Secret; mysterious
10 terms
SAT 6
chastise
chimerical
chronic
circumspect
v. to criticize severely, act taken by persons in authority t…
adj. absurd; wildly fanciful. given to or indulging in fantas…
adj. lasting a long time; constantly recurring
adj. careful. indicates a strict adherence to social propriet…
chastise
v. to criticize severely, act taken by persons in authority t…
chimerical
adj. absurd; wildly fanciful. given to or indulging in fantas…
15 terms
SAT 6
provocative
vilify
magisterial
oblivious
thought-provoking
to denounce; defame; turn into a villain
learned and authoritative
unaware
provocative
thought-provoking
vilify
to denounce; defame; turn into a villain
10 terms
SAT 6
Accolade
Atrophy
Caucus
Demonic
Awards/Praise
Withered
Meeting of political party
Devilish
Accolade
Awards/Praise
Atrophy
Withered
10 terms
SAT 6
abstain
blighted
credulous
enshroud
desist; go without; withdraw
damaged; destroyed; ruined
gullible; ready to believe anything
cover
abstain
desist; go without; withdraw
blighted
damaged; destroyed; ruined
15 terms
SAT #6
chicanery
obsequious
sycophant
altruism
Trickery
Fawning and servile
Insincere, obsequious flatterer
Concern for the welfare of others, selflessness
chicanery
Trickery
obsequious
Fawning and servile
10 terms
SAT Vocab #6
Nepotism
begrudge
mandarin
glutinous
favoritism shown to family or friends by those in power
to resent another's success
an influential person
gluey; sticky
Nepotism
favoritism shown to family or friends by those in power
begrudge
to resent another's success
20 terms
SAT 6
Foible
Lacerate
harangue
exact
(n.) a weak point, flaw
v. ... to rip, maul, tear, mutilate, or mangle
n. mean, nasty, angry speech
(ad) strictly correct & (v) to demand of/from
Foible
(n.) a weak point, flaw
Lacerate
v. ... to rip, maul, tear, mutilate, or mangle
10 terms
SAT 6
Abstain
Blighted
Credulous
Enshroud
Desist, go without; withdraw
Damaged, destroyed ruined
Gullible, ready to believe anything
Cover
Abstain
Desist, go without; withdraw
Blighted
Damaged, destroyed ruined
100 terms
SAT 6
Ambivalence
Cantankerous
Derogatory
Exemplify
lack of clarity; wavering; being undecided
bad-tempered; quarrelsome
uncomplimentary
to serve as a good example
Ambivalence
lack of clarity; wavering; being undecided
Cantankerous
bad-tempered; quarrelsome
50 terms
SAT 6
avidity
avocation
avow
awaken
greed
diversion
to declare
to arouse
avidity
greed
avocation
diversion
15 terms
SAT words list 6
noxious
bilk
replete
blasphemy
very harmful
to cheat someone out of money
well-supplied with something
profane talk about holy or sacred things
noxious
very harmful
bilk
to cheat someone out of money
15 terms
SAT 6
antipathy
elucidate
imminent
banal
an intense dislike
to make clear
likely to happen; threatening
common, ordinary
antipathy
an intense dislike
elucidate
to make clear
10 terms
SAT set #6
abstain
blighted
credulous
enshroud
desist; go without; withdraw
damaged; destroyed; ruined
gullible; ready to believe anything
cover
abstain
desist; go without; withdraw
blighted
damaged; destroyed; ruined
29 terms
SAT 6
opinion
period
population
athlete
의견 4
기간; 마침표 4
인구 4
운동선수 4
opinion
의견 4
period
기간; 마침표 4
16 terms
sat 6
Admonish
Altercation
Appease
Banal
verb- to warn gently; to caution; to urge strongly
noun- an angry dispute; a quarrel; an argument
verb- to calm down; to pacify; to satisfy
adjective- commonplace; trivial; trite
Admonish
verb- to warn gently; to caution; to urge strongly
Altercation
noun- an angry dispute; a quarrel; an argument
10 terms
SAT 6
BULWARK
CACHE
CACOPHONY
CAJOLE
a defensive wall; something serving as a principal defense
a hiding place, or the objects hidden in a hiding place
harsh sounds
to wheedle, coax, or persuade someone to do something they di…
BULWARK
a defensive wall; something serving as a principal defense
CACHE
a hiding place, or the objects hidden in a hiding place
10 terms
SAT Vocab List #6
bolster
negate
disparity
prudent
boost, strengthen, reinforce
refute, contradict, disprove
inequality, discrepancy, gap
practical, sensible, wise
bolster
boost, strengthen, reinforce
negate
refute, contradict, disprove
10 terms
SAT 6
benighted
bequeath
beseech
bilk
unenlightened
to pass on
to beg
to cheat
benighted
unenlightened
bequeath
to pass on
25 terms
SAT 6
arouse (verb)
determine (verb)
articulate (adj)
atypical (adj)
to stir up; to excite
to settle or resolve (e.g. a dispute or question) conclusively
uttered clearly; capable of, expressed with, or marked by cla…
not typical; irregular
arouse (verb)
to stir up; to excite
determine (verb)
to settle or resolve (e.g. a dispute or question) conclusively
20 terms
6 grade sat words
apparel
besiege
compress
denounce
clothes
surround a place with armed forces in order to capture or sur…
flatten by preasure
publicly declare to be wrong or evil
apparel
clothes
besiege
surround a place with armed forces in order to capture or sur…
10 terms
SAT #6
luster
oration
seethe
unique
(n.) the quality of giving off light, brightness, glitter, br…
(n.) a public speech for a formal occasion... (syn) address, har…
(v.) to boil or foam; to be excited or disturbed... (syn) churn,…
(adj.) one of a kind; unequaled; unusual; found only in a giv…
luster
(n.) the quality of giving off light, brightness, glitter, br…
oration
(n.) a public speech for a formal occasion... (syn) address, har…
15 terms
SAT 6
wane
verbatim
ubiquitous
spurn
become smaller or less
exact words as the original
appearing or found everywhere
reject with disdain or contempt
wane
become smaller or less
verbatim
exact words as the original
20 terms
SAT 6
anomalous (adj)
aspersion (n)
bizarre (adj)
brusque (adj)
deviating from or inconsistent with the common order, form, o…
a damaging or derogatory remark or criticism; slander
markedly unusual in appearance, style, or general character a…
abrupt in manner; blunt; rough
anomalous (adj)
deviating from or inconsistent with the common order, form, o…
aspersion (n)
a damaging or derogatory remark or criticism; slander
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary 6-10
admonish
buffoon
capricious
delineate
(v) to advise against something; to warn
(n) a clown; someone who amuses with tricks and jokes
(adj) changeable, fickle, can't make up his or her mind
(v) to describe in words; to sketch
admonish
(v) to advise against something; to warn
buffoon
(n) a clown; someone who amuses with tricks and jokes
20 terms
SAT #6
acrid
boorish
epistle
respite
sharp, pungent (smells, tastes, etc)
ill-mannered
a letter (form of communication)
break, intermission
acrid
sharp, pungent (smells, tastes, etc)
boorish
ill-mannered
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Group 6
Abstain (v.)
abstainer(n.)
Blighted (adj.)
blight (n.)
1. 戒; 避免; 避開... 2. 棄權(v.)
戒酒者; 節制者
damaged,ruined(adj.)
導致毀滅的事物; 破壞希望(或計劃)的因素; 禍害(n.)
Abstain (v.)
1. 戒; 避免; 避開... 2. 棄權(v.)
abstainer(n.)
戒酒者; 節制者
20 terms
SAT Word Knowledge - Volume 6
atrophy
citadel
puissant
emaciated
any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strong or…
powerful
very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold
atrophy
any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
citadel
a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strong or…
18 terms
SAT 6
unctuous
obsequious
deleterious
xenophobe
characteristic of an ointment; excessively suave or smug
characterized by deference; fawning; sycophantic
injurious to health; harmful; injurious
a person who fears or hates foreigners, strange customs, etc.
unctuous
characteristic of an ointment; excessively suave or smug
obsequious
characterized by deference; fawning; sycophantic
50 terms
SAT 6
gambol
ramble
swagger
trudge
to jump and skip about in play
to roam about
to walk with a bold, arrogant stride
walk wearily
gambol
to jump and skip about in play
ramble
to roam about
10 terms
Redesigned SAT - Workshop 6
contemporary
contemptuous
contingency
convoluted
current
disrespectful
possibility
complicated
contemporary
current
contemptuous
disrespectful
11 terms
SAT words #6
discerning
eradicate
provoke
incredulous
having keen insight and good judgment, observant... tener una vi…
to wipe out; to destroy... para acabar; para destruir... verb
to annoy or make angry; can also mean to cause... para molestar…
skeptical, surprised, You can't believe it.... escéptica, sorpre…
discerning
having keen insight and good judgment, observant... tener una vi…
eradicate
to wipe out; to destroy... para acabar; para destruir... verb
10 terms
SAT Vocab #6
acquiesce
assuage
coagulate
distend
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state
to swell, inflate, or bloat
acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
20 terms
SAT List 6
ubiquitous
halcyon
lassitude
pecuniary
(adj.) being present everywhere at once
(adj.) idyllically calm and peaceful
(noun) a feeling of lack of interest or energy
(adj). relating to or involving money
ubiquitous
(adj.) being present everywhere at once
halcyon
(adj.) idyllically calm and peaceful
15 terms
SAT 6
Adonis
aegis
bacchanal
Cassandra
an exceptionally handsome young man
sponsorship,
REVEALER....a follower of bacchus
prophetess of doom or disaster
Adonis
an exceptionally handsome young man
aegis
sponsorship,
15 terms
SAT Vocab 6
conciliatory
cosmopolitan
derelict
disgruntled
friendly, agreeable
sophisticated,worldly
abandoned, run-down
upset, not content
conciliatory
friendly, agreeable
cosmopolitan
sophisticated,worldly
16 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #6
hackneyed
mundane
vacuous
prosaic
overused; trite
ordinary; typical
lacking substance
unimaginative; ordinary
hackneyed
overused; trite
mundane
ordinary; typical
10 terms
SAT Vocab 6
opportunist
paragon
pious
quandary
someone who takes advantage of the situation
model of excellence; the best
exhibiting religious devotion
a state of confusion or doubt; dilemma
opportunist
someone who takes advantage of the situation
paragon
model of excellence; the best
77 terms
SAT Sets 1-6
domestic
political
state
social
of or relating to the running of a home
of or relating to the government or the public affairs of a c…
a nation or territory considered as an organized political co…
of or relating to society or its organization
domestic
of or relating to the running of a home
political
of or relating to the government or the public affairs of a c…
10 terms
SAT List #6
analyze
wholly
complement
void
(v)- to examine in detail, typically for purposes of explanat…
(adv)- entirely; fully
(n)- a thing that completes or brings to perfection a larger…
(n)-a completely empty space
analyze
(v)- to examine in detail, typically for purposes of explanat…
wholly
(adv)- entirely; fully
10 terms
Redesigned SAT - Workshop 6
contemporary
contemptuous
contingency
convoluted
current
disrespectful
possibility
complicated
contemporary
current
contemptuous
disrespectful
20 terms
SAT Vocab #6 & 7
Begrudge
Bibliophile
Declaim
Gaff
To envy the possession or enjoyment of
Someone who loves books
Speak against in an impassioned manner
Iron hook with a handle
Begrudge
To envy the possession or enjoyment of
Bibliophile
Someone who loves books
SAT Quack! - Volume 6
atrophy (verb)
citadel (noun)
puissant (adjective)
emaciated (adjective)
any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strong or…
powerful
very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold
atrophy (verb)
any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
citadel (noun)
a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strong or…
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