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15 terms
AP English SAT Vocab
abdicate(resign, give up)
aboriginal(indigenous)
butte
deicide
to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, claim, resp…
original or earliest known, native
an isolated hill, or mountain rising abruptly above the surro…
the act of killing a god
abdicate(resign, give up)
to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, claim, resp…
aboriginal(indigenous)
original or earliest known, native
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AP English: SAT 26
Raze
Rebuff
Recalcitrant
Recluse
To demolish
A blunt rejection
Resisting control
Apart from the world
Raze
To demolish
Rebuff
A blunt rejection
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AP ENGLISH SAT WORDS
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
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SAT Vocab (AP english)
Onus (n)
Paradigm (n)
Discern (v)
Nonplussed (v)
A burdon or obligation or responsibility; duty
A standard or model of; an outstanding clear or typical examp…
To perceive by the senses or by intellect; to recognize as di…
Perplexed; confused; puzzled; a state of utter perplexity
Onus (n)
A burdon or obligation or responsibility; duty
Paradigm (n)
A standard or model of; an outstanding clear or typical examp…
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AP English SAT Words
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
Shorten, abridge
Act of refraining from
High praise
Misfortune
Abbreviate
Shorten, abridge
Abstinence
Act of refraining from
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Ap English sat vocab
Copius
Dearth
Elude
Galvanize
Large in quantity
A lack of scarcity, or insufficiency; not enough of
To avoid clearly; to escape perception of; evade
To stimulate or shock into activity; to arouse or stir to awa…
Copius
Large in quantity
Dearth
A lack of scarcity, or insufficiency; not enough of
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AP English SAT Words
abstinence (n)
adulation (n)
adversity (n)
aesthetic (adj)
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
pertaining to beauty or the arts
abstinence (n)
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
adulation (n)
high praise
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AP English SAT Vocab
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
to reject, renounce
to abolish, usually by authority
biting, bitter in tone or taste
bitterness, discord
abjure
to reject, renounce
abrogate
to abolish, usually by authority
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AP English SAT Vocabulary, Unit 1
Adjunct
Bellwether
Caterwaul
Chimerical
(n) something added to something else as helpful or useful bu…
(n) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhouse…
(v) to howl or screech like a cat; to quarrel; (n) a harsh or…
(adj) absurd; wildly fantastic; impossible
Adjunct
(n) something added to something else as helpful or useful bu…
Bellwether
(n) the male sheep that leads the flock to the slaughterhouse…
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AP English SAT Vocabulary
Sundry
supplant
Surfeit
tether
Various; several
to take the place of
overabundant amount
a rope or chain
Sundry
Various; several
supplant
to take the place of
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AP english SAT words
abase
abdicate
abet
abhorrent
to belittle or degrade someone
to give up loyal power formally
to aid in a crime
repundent or hateful
abase
to belittle or degrade someone
abdicate
to give up loyal power formally
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Ap English SAT vocab
Apathy
Ambiguous
Fervent
Vagrant
Lack of emotion or interest
Having more then one meaning; vague
Passionate
A wandering homeless person; a tramp
Apathy
Lack of emotion or interest
Ambiguous
Having more then one meaning; vague
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SAT Words AP English
Abjure
Cogent
Enervate
Harangue
To reject, renounce
Intellectually convincing
To weaken, exhaust
A ranting speech or to give a speech
Abjure
To reject, renounce
Cogent
Intellectually convincing
AP English SAT Words
Eccentric
Elusive
Eminent
Exorbitant
off center;hence, a bit odd, weird, peculiar
out of reach, hard to catch, evasive
Outstanding; very prominent,notable
literally out of orbit, hence unreasonable
Eccentric
off center;hence, a bit odd, weird, peculiar
Elusive
out of reach, hard to catch, evasive
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AP English SAT Vocab
Assertion
Cogent
Cohesive
Didactic
A declaration or statement
Convincing; reasonable
Condition of sticking together
Intended to instruct
Assertion
A declaration or statement
Cogent
Convincing; reasonable
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Ap English Sat words
Lighthearted
Amused
Enthusiastic
Compassionate
Cheerfully optimistic easygoing free from anxiety
Occupied absorbed entertained by light playful manner
Showing passion or strong excitement
Showing sympathy or pity for someone understanding
Lighthearted
Cheerfully optimistic easygoing free from anxiety
Amused
Occupied absorbed entertained by light playful manner
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AP English SAT #2
Discern
Cursory
Debacle
Delineate
To detect
Going rapidly, not noticing detail
A disastrous failure
To describe
Discern
To detect
Cursory
Going rapidly, not noticing detail
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AP ENGLISH SAT TERMS
aberration
alienate
antagonism
autonomy
a deviating from the right path or usual course of actin; a m…
to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone;to…
hostility resulting in opposition
independence, self-government
aberration
a deviating from the right path or usual course of actin; a m…
alienate
to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone;to…
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AP English SAT2
Abdicate
Affectation
Arbitrary
Beseech
To decline or reject a powerful position (kingship).
an exaggerated or deliberate mannerism.
Done or chosen without reason (random).
To beg or plead.
Abdicate
To decline or reject a powerful position (kingship).
Affectation
an exaggerated or deliberate mannerism.
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Ap English SAT 16
Salient
Recant
Jocular
Palliate
Significant
to withdraw a statement or opinion
Humorous / Light hearted
To ease
Salient
Significant
Recant
to withdraw a statement or opinion
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AP English SAT Vocab
acrimony
awry
consign
distasteful
(n) sharpness, harshness, bitterness
(adj) to go against or away from set plans
(v) to hand over formally
(adj) causing slight disgust
acrimony
(n) sharpness, harshness, bitterness
awry
(adj) to go against or away from set plans
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AP English SAT Vocab
Hyperbole
Imagery
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
A figure of speech that uses exaggeration to express strong e…
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
A comparison that establishes a figurative identity between o…
A figure of speech in which natural sounds are imitated in th…
Hyperbole
A figure of speech that uses exaggeration to express strong e…
Imagery
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
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SAT Vocab AP English
husbandry
ignominy
ineptitude
insipid
careful management of resources
shame
lack of ability
flavorless; bland
husbandry
careful management of resources
ignominy
shame
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AP English SAT 17
Rebuke
Nonentity
Sang-froid
Desultory
To scold or blame
A person or thing of little importance
Calmness
Wandering from subject to subject
Rebuke
To scold or blame
Nonentity
A person or thing of little importance
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Ap English SAT Vocab
contrite
heinous
enhance
impeccable
feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing
hatefully or shockingly evil
to increase the value or beauty of something
faultless; without sin or blemish
contrite
feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing
heinous
hatefully or shockingly evil
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AP ENGLISH SAT WORDS
Aloof
Appreciate
Apprehend
Belligerent
Apart, indifferent
To increase in value
To seize, arrest, take into custody; or understand, become aw…
Waging war, or exhibiting assertiveness
Aloof
Apart, indifferent
Appreciate
To increase in value
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AP English SAT vocab
Perfunctory
Eschew
Incitement
Collude/collusion
Routine
To shun, get rid of or avoid
the action of provoking unlawful behavior or urging someone t…
come to a secret understanding for a harmful purpose; conspire.
Perfunctory
Routine
Eschew
To shun, get rid of or avoid
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AP English SAT Vocab
Banal
Bellicose
Finesse
Glib
Devoid of freshness or originality; hackneyed; trite.
Inclined or eager to fight; aggressively hostile; belligerent…
Extreme delicacy or subtlety in action, performance, skill, d…
Readily fluent, often thoughtlessly, superficially, or insinc…
Banal
Devoid of freshness or originality; hackneyed; trite.
Bellicose
Inclined or eager to fight; aggressively hostile; belligerent…
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SAT AP English words
Parochial
Misanthrope
Patronize
Epicurean
(Adjective) - concerned with only local issue without regard…
(Noun) - someone who hates people
(Verb) - to talk down to someone
(Noun) - someone who takes pleasure in luxurious things, espe…
Parochial
(Adjective) - concerned with only local issue without regard…
Misanthrope
(Noun) - someone who hates people
23 terms
SAT Vocabulary AP English
Lugubrious
Seraphically
Prestissimo
Colloquy
Mournful, dismal, gloomy, especially to an exaggerated degree…
One of the first orders of angels (Adv)
In as fast a tempo as possible (Adv and Adj)
A formal conversation; a written dialogue
Lugubrious
Mournful, dismal, gloomy, especially to an exaggerated degree…
Seraphically
One of the first orders of angels (Adv)
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AP english SAT terms
abstract
active voice
aesthetic
allegory
- not attached to anything specific or concrete... - for this re…
- in this verb form, the subject of the sentence performs the…
relating to beauty or to a branch of philosophy concerned wit…
a narrative in which literal meaning corresponds directly wit…
abstract
- not attached to anything specific or concrete... - for this re…
active voice
- in this verb form, the subject of the sentence performs the…
40 terms
English Vocab AP and SAT
seminal
sentimental
sequential
severe
of, relating to, or having the power to originate; highly inf…
characterized or swayed by sentiment
forming or characterized by a sequence, as of units or musica…
unsparing or harsh, as in treatment of others: strict
seminal
of, relating to, or having the power to originate; highly inf…
sentimental
characterized or swayed by sentiment
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AP and SAT English
allegory
Allusion
Anachronism
Anthropomorphism
A story with underlying symbols that really represent somethi…
An indirect reference to something or someone, usually literary
Placing a person in an inappropriate historical situation
Assigning human attributes to nonhuman things, usually used t…
allegory
A story with underlying symbols that really represent somethi…
Allusion
An indirect reference to something or someone, usually literary
16 terms
AP English SAT Vocab
defunct
scurrilous
malevolence
semblance
No longer existing or functioning
(adj.) coarsely abusive, vulgar or low (especially in languag…
Ill will or evil intentions
the outward appearance or apparent form of something, especia…
defunct
No longer existing or functioning
scurrilous
(adj.) coarsely abusive, vulgar or low (especially in languag…
30 terms
Ap English sat words
Abjure
Cogent
Enervate
Harangue
To reject, renounce
Intellectually convincing
To weaken, exhaust
A ranting of speech... To give such a speech
Abjure
To reject, renounce
Cogent
Intellectually convincing
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AP English SAT
Placate
Raze
Contentious
Blighted
Pacify
Destroy completely
Quarrelsome
Impaired, suffering from a disease
Placate
Pacify
Raze
Destroy completely
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SAT Vocab AP English
Camaraderie
Frangible
Litany
Moratorium
rapport and goodwill (friendship, amity)
easy to break
long, repetitive, or dull recital
Authorized delay
Camaraderie
rapport and goodwill (friendship, amity)
Frangible
easy to break
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SAT Vocab - AP English
Aspire (v.)
Bilateral (adj.)
Candor (n.)
Defraud (v.)
To strive for a goal; to want or desire something excellent o…
Having two sides.
Honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest about…
To cheat; to gain something dishonestly, as through a lie, de…
Aspire (v.)
To strive for a goal; to want or desire something excellent o…
Bilateral (adj.)
Having two sides.
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Ap English (SAT Vocab)
Acquiesce
Altruistic
Bilk
Banal
To agree without openly expressing it
Unselfishly concerned for others
A cheat/slam or cheat/trick
Unoriginal
Acquiesce
To agree without openly expressing it
Altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for others
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sat vocab ap english
pragmatic
innocuous
gratuitous
didactic
practical; concerned with facts or actual occurrences
having no adverse effect
given or received without return or pay; unjust; unnecessary…
intended to teach, but often teaching that which moralizes ex…
pragmatic
practical; concerned with facts or actual occurrences
innocuous
having no adverse effect
43 terms
AP English SAT Vocab
copious
dearth
elude
galvanize
large in quantity, abundant, plentiful
a lack of, insufficency
to avoid cleverly, to escape perception, to evade
to stimulate or shock into activity
copious
large in quantity, abundant, plentiful
dearth
a lack of, insufficency
50 terms
AP English SAT vocab
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to shorten, abridge
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
(n) high praise
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
16 terms
AP English List 3 - SAT Greatest
brevity
benign
apathy
revere
1. Concise and exact use of words. 2. Shortness of time.... bein…
Harmless; favorable; kindly, gentle or beneficial; not cancer…
A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest, ... Lack of caring; ind…
(v.) to love and respect deeply, honor greatly, ... (v.) to este…
brevity
1. Concise and exact use of words. 2. Shortness of time.... bein…
benign
Harmless; favorable; kindly, gentle or beneficial; not cancer…
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AP English III SAT Vocab
odious
wanton
contentious
strident
adj.... repugnant, hateful... syn: abhorrent, abominable, detestabl…
adj.... extravagant, excessive... syn: extreme... ant: frugal, reserved
adj.... characterized by argumentative attitude or action... syn: b…
adj.... shrill, loud, harsh... syn: grating, jarring, rasping, rauc…
odious
adj.... repugnant, hateful... syn: abhorrent, abominable, detestabl…
wanton
adj.... extravagant, excessive... syn: extreme... ant: frugal, reserved
50 terms
sat vocabulary english 3 ap
jejune
unanticipated
acerbic
vituperative
lacking interest or significance or impact
not expected
sour or bitter in taste
marked harshly abusive criticism
jejune
lacking interest or significance or impact
unanticipated
not expected
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AP English: Lesson 3 SAT
intimate
implicit
implicate
allude
to hint at, to announce publicly, personal
implied, unquestioning, potential
to imply or involve
to refer to something indirectly
intimate
to hint at, to announce publicly, personal
implicit
implied, unquestioning, potential
15 terms
SAT Vocab AP English #6
Sectarian
Peregrination
Accoutrement
Contrive
Narrowly confined to a particular group
Travel by walking
An accessory item of dress or equipment
To plan cleverly; to devise
Sectarian
Narrowly confined to a particular group
Peregrination
Travel by walking
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AP English: Lesson 1 SAT
acknowledge
articulate
assertion
attribute
to make known, to admit the truth or existence of, or to expr…
to speak clearly indistinct syllables or well-spoken
declaration or affirmation
to explain by indicating a cause or to regard as a characteri…
acknowledge
to make known, to admit the truth or existence of, or to expr…
articulate
to speak clearly indistinct syllables or well-spoken
61 terms
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…
50 terms
SAT VOCAB English III-AP
assertion (uh SUR shun)
cogent (KOH jent)
coherent (koh HEER ent)
cohesive (koh HEE sive)
a declaration or statement
convincing; reasonable
logically connected
condition of sticking together
assertion (uh SUR shun)
a declaration or statement
cogent (KOH jent)
convincing; reasonable
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