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AP English 11 SAT words
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Using character and/or story elements symbolically to represe…
Repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds in…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A similarity or comparison between two different things or th…
Allegory
Using character and/or story elements symbolically to represe…
Alliteration
Repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds in…
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AP 11 English: SAT VOCAB 6
abase
abdicate
aberration
abhorent
v. to degrade
v. to give up, usually royal power
n. a deviation from normal
adj. very repugnant & hateful
abase
v. to degrade
abdicate
v. to give up, usually royal power
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 11
Boon
Compunction
Conjecture
Copious
blessing, something to be thankful for
Feeling of uneasiness caused by guilt or regret
Speculation, prediction
Abundant, plentiful
Boon
blessing, something to be thankful for
Compunction
Feeling of uneasiness caused by guilt or regret
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English 11 AP SAT vocab
Tantamount
Eschew
Nexus
Impart
Adjective; being essentially equal to something
Verb; avoid and stay away from deliberately, stay clear of
Noun; a connected series or groups; the means of connection b…
Verb; tell or deposit knowledge; make unknown
Tantamount
Adjective; being essentially equal to something
Eschew
Verb; avoid and stay away from deliberately, stay clear of
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AP English 11 SAT Words
Ubiquitous
Feral
Collusion
Undulate
Being everywhere at the same time
Wild and untamed
A secret agreement for a wrongful purpose
To move in a wavelike motion
Ubiquitous
Being everywhere at the same time
Feral
Wild and untamed
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Ap English 11 sat words
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
To shorten, abridge
The act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g eating o…
High praise
Misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
Abbreviate
To shorten, abridge
Abstinence
The act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g eating o…
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SAT List 11- AP English
balm
autocratic
auspices
augment
something that heals or soothes... POS: noun... ANT: aggravation, p…
ruling with absolute authority... POS: adjective... ANT: democratic…
Protection or support... POS: noun... ANT: endanger, extinction, bl…
To make larger... POS: verb... ANT: abridge, diminish, abate
balm
something that heals or soothes... POS: noun... ANT: aggravation, p…
autocratic
ruling with absolute authority... POS: adjective... ANT: democratic…
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 2
Abrasiveness (n)
Billowing (v)
Cower (v)
Enhance (v)
harshness, coarseness
swelling, fluttering, waving
recoil in fear or servility, shrink away from
improve, make better or clearer
Abrasiveness (n)
harshness, coarseness
Billowing (v)
swelling, fluttering, waving
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FHS AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 1
abhor
abrasive
bigot
bilk
(V) find repugnant, hate
(ADJ) rough, coarse, harsh
(N) a narrow-minded, prejudiced person intolerant of any opin…
(V) cheat, defraud somebody out of what is due, especially mo…
abhor
(V) find repugnant, hate
abrasive
(ADJ) rough, coarse, harsh
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Ap english 11 SAT vocab #7
Acquiesce
Chimerical
Circumspect
Conciliatory
(v.) to accept without protest to the conclusions of others;…
adj. wildly fanciful, absurd... A chimerical plan
adj. careful... "the officials were very circumspect in their st…
adj. tending to sooth or reconcile... --the conciliatory counselor
Acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest to the conclusions of others;…
Chimerical
adj. wildly fanciful, absurd... A chimerical plan
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 5
aesthetic
anathema
belabor
bourgeois
pertaining to beauty or art
ban, curse; something shunned or disliked
to insist repeatedly or harp on
middle class
aesthetic
pertaining to beauty or art
anathema
ban, curse; something shunned or disliked
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 4
alacrity
banal
catharsis
decry
cheerful willingness, eagerness, speed
trite, overly common
purification, cleansing
to belittle; to openly condemn
alacrity
cheerful willingness, eagerness, speed
banal
trite, overly common
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11 & 12 SAT English PreAP
Atone
Replete
Mammoth
Diminution
To make amends
full or supplied to the upmost; gorge
huge, gigantic
Reduction
Atone
To make amends
Replete
full or supplied to the upmost; gorge
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 9
Anterior
August
Avarice
Chagrin
preceding, previous, before, prior (to)
dignified, awe inspiring, venerable
greed
shame, embarrassment, humiliation
Anterior
preceding, previous, before, prior (to)
August
dignified, awe inspiring, venerable
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 7
Anachronism
Bastion
Complicity
Deft
something chronologically innappropriate
Fortification, stronghold
knowing partnership in wrongdoing
skillful, dexterous
Anachronism
something chronologically innappropriate
Bastion
Fortification, stronghold
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 6
Apocryphal
Belligerent
Capricious
Debunk
not genuine, fictional
hostile, tending to fight
impulsive, whimsical, without much thought
to discredit; to disprove
Apocryphal
not genuine, fictional
Belligerent
hostile, tending to fight
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 3
Acquiesce (v)
Ardor (n)
Baleful (adj)
Callow (adj)
To agree; to comply quietly
great emotion or passion
harmful, with evil intentions
immature, lacking sophistication
Acquiesce (v)
To agree; to comply quietly
Ardor (n)
great emotion or passion
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 8
Fatuous
Idiosyncrasy
Matriculate
Noxious
stupid; foolishly self-satisfied
peculiarity of temperament, eccentricity
to enroll as a member of a college or university
harmful, unwholesome
Fatuous
stupid; foolishly self-satisfied
Idiosyncrasy
peculiarity of temperament, eccentricity
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Fife AP English 11 SAT Vocab Week 10
Attenuate
Bequeath
Bonhomie
Continence
To weaken; to make thin or slender
To give or leave through a will; to hand down
Goodnatured geniality; atmosphere of good cheer
Self control, self restraint
Attenuate
To weaken; to make thin or slender
Bequeath
To give or leave through a will; to hand down
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AP English SAT Vocab #11-10
antediluvian
apocryphal
arable
ascetic
ancient, of a time before the flood
doubtful, untrue
suitable for plowing
self-denying; not allowing pleasure
antediluvian
ancient, of a time before the flood
apocryphal
doubtful, untrue
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English 11:AP SAT Vocabulary and Tone List
refurbish (v)
abridge (v)
capricious (adj)
denigrate (v)
to restore, clean up
to cut down, shorten
subject to whim, fickle
to belittle, diminish the opinion of
refurbish (v)
to restore, clean up
abridge (v)
to cut down, shorten
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AP English Language SAT Words Week 11
inundate
fruitless
poignant
garbled
to flood
useless
moving, painful to the feelings
confused, mixed up
inundate
to flood
fruitless
useless
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English 3 AP: SAT Vocabulary Set #11
Abrogate
Ambient
Asperity
Burnish
(v.) to repeal, cancel, declare null and void ... Synonyms: annu…
(adj.) completely surrounding, encompassing... Synonyms: encompa…
(n.) roughness, severity; bitterness or tartness... Synonyms: ri…
(v.) to make smooth or glossy by rubbing, polish; (n.) gloss,…
Abrogate
(v.) to repeal, cancel, declare null and void ... Synonyms: annu…
Ambient
(adj.) completely surrounding, encompassing... Synonyms: encompa…
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#11 AP SAT Vocab
abet
agile
antidote
ascertain
(v.) to aid, help, encourage
Able to move quickly and easily
a remedy that stops or controls the effects of a poison
(v.) to find out
abet
(v.) to aid, help, encourage
agile
Able to move quickly and easily
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AP English 11 SAT List 3 Asgill
Cajole
Callous
Capitulate
Capricious
To persuade by pleasant words oe false promises
Unfeeling; insensitive
To surrender; to stop resisting
Changeable; fickle
Cajole
To persuade by pleasant words oe false promises
Callous
Unfeeling; insensitive
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AP English 11 SAT List 5 Asgill
Chimerical
Circumspect
Clairvoyant
Clandestine
Created by or as if by a fanciful imagination, wildly fancifu…
Careful; cautious; aware of potential consequences
Able to perceive things that normal people cannot
Secret, concealed; underhanded
Chimerical
Created by or as if by a fanciful imagination, wildly fancifu…
Circumspect
Careful; cautious; aware of potential consequences
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AP English 11 SAT List 6 Asgill
Crass
Criterion
Cryptic
Cursory
Stupid, coarse, unfeeling
A rule, test;a standard for jusgment or evaluation
Puzzled, mysterifying, or enigmatic
Not thorough, hasty
Crass
Stupid, coarse, unfeeling
Criterion
A rule, test;a standard for jusgment or evaluation
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AP English 11 SAT List 7 Asgill
Despot
Deter
Devoid
Diatribe
One who has total power amd rules brutally
To discourage or prevent from taking action
Lacking, empty, entirely without
A bitter or prolonged verbal attack
Despot
One who has total power amd rules brutally
Deter
To discourage or prevent from taking action
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AP English 11 SAT List 4 Asgill
Aversion
Authoritarian
Antagonism
Anonymity
Strong or fixed dislike, antipathy
A person who support the idea of subjugation to authority ins…
Hostility, active opposition (unfriendly)
Condition of being nameless or unknown
Aversion
Strong or fixed dislike, antipathy
Authoritarian
A person who support the idea of subjugation to authority ins…
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SAT Vocab 3 [AP English 11]
Censure
Coercion
Commemorate
Compile
The expression of formal disapproval.
The practice of persuading someone to do something by using f…
Recall and show respect for (someone or something) in a cerem…
Produce (something, especially a list, report, or book) by as…
Censure
The expression of formal disapproval.
Coercion
The practice of persuading someone to do something by using f…
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AP English 11 SAT List 1 Asgill
Aberration
Acclaim
Acquiesce
Admonish
Something that differs from the norm
Applaud; announce with great approval
To accept without protest; to agree or submit
To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
Aberration
Something that differs from the norm
Acclaim
Applaud; announce with great approval
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AP English 11 SAT List 2 Asgill
Antithesis
Apocryphal
Arduous
Assuage
The direct opposite; a sharp contrast
Fictitious, false, wrong
Hard to do; requiring much effort
To make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
Antithesis
The direct opposite; a sharp contrast
Apocryphal
Fictitious, false, wrong
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11 AP English SAT Words List
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
(adj) not caring, having no interest; unbiased, impartial
lack of emotion or interest
unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
unbiased; neutral
indifferent
(adj) not caring, having no interest; unbiased, impartial
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
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Ap English 11 sat vocab words
Interminable
Sensationalistic
Flippant
Camaraderie
(Adj)Having no limits;never ending
(Adj) use of exaggerated methods especially in writing and jo…
Not showing a serious or respectful attitude
(N) felling of good friendship among people
Interminable
(Adj)Having no limits;never ending
Sensationalistic
(Adj) use of exaggerated methods especially in writing and jo…
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Ap English 3 SAT Vocabulary List 11
Aesthetic
Catalyst
Disparage
Ingratiate
characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
something that causes an important event to happen
express a negative opinion of
gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts
Aesthetic
characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
Catalyst
something that causes an important event to happen
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AP English SAT Vocab Week #11
Lexicon
Metonymy
Oxymoron
Panegyric
A word book describing language with definitions; a dictionary
A type of figurative language in which one term is substitute…
An apparent contradiction of terms
Statement of high praise
Lexicon
A word book describing language with definitions; a dictionary
Metonymy
A type of figurative language in which one term is substitute…
10 terms
AP English 11 SAT Vocabulary 2A
Abrasive
Bilk
Covert
Engender
Causing damage or wear by rubbing, grinding, or scraping; hav…
To cheat or trick (a person or organization) especially by ta…
Made, shown, or done in a way that is not easily seen or noti…
To be the source or cause of (something); cause.
Abrasive
Causing damage or wear by rubbing, grinding, or scraping; hav…
Bilk
To cheat or trick (a person or organization) especially by ta…
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SAT Vocabulary Words for AP English 11 (11-20)
pompous
reproach
diversity
laudable
(adj.) ... -affectedly and irritatingly grand, solemn, or self-i…
(v.) ... -address (someone) in such a way as to express disappro…
(n.)... -the state of being diverse; variety... --a range of differ…
(adj.)... -(of an action, idea, or goal) deserving praise and co…
pompous
(adj.) ... -affectedly and irritatingly grand, solemn, or self-i…
reproach
(v.) ... -address (someone) in such a way as to express disappro…
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AP English Lang. & Comp. SAT Vocab 11
Alienate
Celestial
Desecrate
Enervate
To turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone; t…
Having to do with the heavens; device
To treat with disrespect
To weaken; to lessen the strength of
Alienate
To turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone; t…
Celestial
Having to do with the heavens; device
50 terms
#11 AP SAT Vocab
abet
abet
agile
agile
(v.) to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in someth…
To aid and _____ an enemy of the country is a crime.
Able to move quickly and easily
The girl's _____ movements were the mark of a great gymnast.
abet
(v.) to encourage, assist, aid, support (especially in someth…
abet
To aid and _____ an enemy of the country is a crime.
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SAT Vocab #11 PreAP
Expounding
Intuition
Pompous
Apocryphal
explaining by giving detail (v.)
the faculty of knowing instinctively without conscious reason…
puffed up with self-importance (adj.)
probably not true, genuine, or authentic; of questionable aut…
Expounding
explaining by giving detail (v.)
Intuition
the faculty of knowing instinctively without conscious reason…
30 terms
AP English - SAT Words - (Mar 7-Mar 11)
assess; part of speech
assess; definition
assess; sentence
assess; synonym
v(erb)
to evaluate
A crew arrived to assess the damage after the crash.
appraise
assess; part of speech
v(erb)
assess; definition
to evaluate
10 terms
AP English Lang. 11 SAT Voc. Group 3
Abasement
Billowing
Cower
Enhance
humiliation; degradation
swelling; fluttering; waving
recoil in fear or servility; shrink away from
improve; make better or clearer
Abasement
humiliation; degradation
Billowing
swelling; fluttering; waving
10 terms
AP English Lang. 11 SAT Voc. Group 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
give voting rights
Abhor
hate
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
10 terms
AP English Lang. 11 SAT Voc. Group 5
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconce
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious
praiseworthy
establish firmly in a position
Absolution
forgiveness; pardon; release
Blatant
obvious
10 terms
AP English Lang. 11 SAT Voc. Group 2
Abrasive
Bilk
Covert
Engender
rough; coarse; harsh
cheat; defraud
hidden; undercover
cause
Abrasive
rough; coarse; harsh
Bilk
cheat; defraud
10 terms
AP English Lang. 11 SAT Voc. Group 4
Abrogate
Blasphemy
Credible
Enigma
cancel; deny; repeal
speech which offends religious sentiments
believable
puzzle; mystery
Abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
Blasphemy
speech which offends religious sentiments
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SAT Vocabulary Words for AP English 11 (1-10)
valid
superficial
disdain
obscure
(adj.) having a sound basis in logic or fact; reasonable; leg…
(adj.) existing or occurring at or on the surface; appearing…
(n.) feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one's c…
(adj.) not discovered or known about; uncertain... (v.) keep fro…
valid
(adj.) having a sound basis in logic or fact; reasonable; leg…
superficial
(adj.) existing or occurring at or on the surface; appearing…
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English 11 AP- TOP 100 SAT WORDS (First 20)
enigma
apathy
indifferent
revere
a mystery; hard to understand or explain
lack of emotion or interest
having no preference
to worship; to honor
enigma
a mystery; hard to understand or explain
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
20 terms
English 11 Semester 1 SAT Vocabulary
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Anecdote
An appeal to one's sense of morality/trust/belief systems/eth…
An appeal to emotion. May use loaded words to make the audien…
An appeal to reason. A writer tries to convince you of the lo…
A short narrative detailing an interesting episode or event i…
Ethos
An appeal to one's sense of morality/trust/belief systems/eth…
Pathos
An appeal to emotion. May use loaded words to make the audien…
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