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English I Pre-AP Lit. SAT Words Week of 9/21
converge
crux
initiate
sequel
(v) To come together at the same point from different directi…
(n) the main point; the essential feature
(v) To begin or put into practice; to admit to a group... (n) in…
(n) A continuation; something that follows; the next installm…
converge
(v) To come together at the same point from different directi…
crux
(n) the main point; the essential feature
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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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Ap English language sat vocabulary words set #3
antipathy / empathy
diffident
fidelity / infidelity
perfidious
feeling against; dislike / feeling the same
lack of faith in one's self; lack of confidence
loyalty; faithfulness / lack of loyalty, unfaithfulness
untrustworthy; treacherous
antipathy / empathy
feeling against; dislike / feeling the same
diffident
lack of faith in one's self; lack of confidence
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PreAP English 2 SAT Vocab. 1 Spring Mulligan
Detrimental (Adj.) (de-truh-MEN-tl)
Distinguish (V.) (di-STING-gwish)
Enlighten (V.) (en-LAHYT-n)
Essential (Adj.) (uh-SEN-shul)
Causing damage or harm; injurious... Harmful... Oxygen was ________…
Make clear the differences between two or more concepts or it…
To apply reason to understand, explain and even change the wo…
Integral... Necessary ... Water is _________ for the blowfish.
Detrimental (Adj.) (de-truh-MEN-tl)
Causing damage or harm; injurious... Harmful... Oxygen was ________…
Distinguish (V.) (di-STING-gwish)
Make clear the differences between two or more concepts or it…
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AP Literature SAT List #3
juxtaposition
jeremiad
jargon
jejune
placing next to one another for the purpose of comparison
speech or written work that mournfully laments the wrongdoing…
words used by a specialized group or profession that are ofte…
dull, bland or uninteresting
juxtaposition
placing next to one another for the purpose of comparison
jeremiad
speech or written work that mournfully laments the wrongdoing…
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English I Pre-AP Acts 4 and 5 Romeo and Juliet SAT Vocab.
inundate
pensive
resolve
presage
(v) to overwhelm with something *
(adj.) thoughtful; melancholy *
(n) firmness of purpose, determination *
(v) to predict *
inundate
(v) to overwhelm with something *
pensive
(adj.) thoughtful; melancholy *
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English I Pre-AP ACT/SAT Words Week of 9/14/15
Comprehensive
Dearth
Deficient
Deficit
(adj) Covering completely or broadly; Inclusive; Having or ex…
(adj) A scarcity or lack
(adj) Lacking an essential quality or element; Insufficient;…
(n) An amount by which something falls short of the required…
Comprehensive
(adj) Covering completely or broadly; Inclusive; Having or ex…
Dearth
(adj) A scarcity or lack
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Pre-AP English 2 Fall Midterm: SAT Words
derisive
nostalgic
poignant
facetious
(adjective) mocking, contemptuous
(adjective) a sentimental or wistful feeling for a time in th…
(adjective) affecting or moving the emotions
(adjective) lacking serious intent, joking or humorous, espec…
derisive
(adjective) mocking, contemptuous
nostalgic
(adjective) a sentimental or wistful feeling for a time in th…
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Freshman English SAT words
Apathy
Austere
Digress
Facilitate
N. Lack of emotion or feeling
Adj. Strict self discipline
V. to wander from the subject temporarily
V. To make easy or easier
Apathy
N. Lack of emotion or feeling
Austere
Adj. Strict self discipline
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Pre-AP II SAT List
judicious (adj)
adjudicate (v)
astute (adj)
scrutinize (v)
showing sound judgement; prudent
to hear and judge a case
shrew; keen
to examine carefully
judicious (adj)
showing sound judgement; prudent
adjudicate (v)
to hear and judge a case
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PreAp SAT Word Study Guide #2
Affable
Aloof
Aversion
Banal
friendly, courteous
Apart, indifferent, detached
disliking, reluctance
common, ordinary, insipid
Affable
friendly, courteous
Aloof
Apart, indifferent, detached
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SAT Vocabulary #3 PreAP
antithesis
ascend
austere
autonomous
a direct opposite, a contrast
to move upward, to rise from a lower station
strict, stern; adorned, ascetic
independent, self-contained
antithesis
a direct opposite, a contrast
ascend
to move upward, to rise from a lower station
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English 4 SAT Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraing from
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive
Hardship; misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
act of refraing from
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SAT words (PreAP)
Scruple
Solicitous
Imperative
Placid
a feeling of doubt or hesitation
showing interest or concern.
super important or crucial
(person or animal) not easily upset or excited. (evened mood)
Scruple
a feeling of doubt or hesitation
Solicitous
showing interest or concern.
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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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AP English Language Vocabulary
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
Fictional work in which the characters represent ideas or con…
The repetition of consonant sounds, usually at the beginning…
A reference, usually oblique or faint, to another thing, idea…
Uncertain or indefinite; subject to more than one interpretat…
Allegory
Fictional work in which the characters represent ideas or con…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds, usually at the beginning…
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SAT English (Vocabulary)
abject (adj.)
aberration (n.)
abscond (v.)
accede (v.)
contemptible or hated kind
abnormal, opposite of norm
run away or escape
to yield another to agree
abject (adj.)
contemptible or hated kind
aberration (n.)
abnormal, opposite of norm
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English SAT
alacrity
aesthetic
calumny
cogent
eagerness, speed
artistic, related to the appreciation of beauty
an attempt to soil someone else's reputation by spreading lies
intellectually convincing
alacrity
eagerness, speed
aesthetic
artistic, related to the appreciation of beauty
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Senior Eng AP Literature SAT Words Week of 8/31/15
Incongruous
earnest
sidle
juxtapose
(adj) out of place, inappropriate, not harmonious
(adj)... marked by deep sincerity and serious intent... earnestly,…
(v)... not a straight line; move sideways
(v)... Place side by side (either physically or in a metaphorica…
Incongruous
(adj) out of place, inappropriate, not harmonious
earnest
(adj)... marked by deep sincerity and serious intent... earnestly,…
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SAT Vocabulary Group 5 (English <=> English)
absolution (n.)
blatant (adj.)
blatantly (adv.)
blatancy (n.)
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious; (of bad behavior) done openly and unshamedly
The adverb of blatant
The noun of blatant
absolution (n.)
forgiveness; pardon; release
blatant (adj.)
obvious; (of bad behavior) done openly and unshamedly
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AP Language and Composition SAT List Week of 3/14/16
facetious
fastidious
feckless
malinger
(adj) lacking serious intent; concerned with something noness…
(adj) especially attentive to detail; exacting; ... Difficult to…
(adj.) lacking in spirit and strength; ineffective, weak; irr…
(v) to evade responsibility by pretending to be ill
facetious
(adj) lacking serious intent; concerned with something noness…
fastidious
(adj) especially attentive to detail; exacting; ... Difficult to…
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Mr. Lewis's AP Literature: General SAT Vocabulary List
extol
repudiate
capricious
superficial
praise; glorify; speak about how wonderful or amazing someone…
disown; disavow; reject; to repudiate a claim made by another
unpredictable; fickle
trivial; shallow; existing only on the surface
extol
praise; glorify; speak about how wonderful or amazing someone…
repudiate
disown; disavow; reject; to repudiate a claim made by another
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AP ENG/LANG SAT Vocab #9 & 10
imperious
impertinent
impervious
impetuous
(adj) commanding, dominating, domineering
(adj) rude, insolent; disrespectful
(adj) impenetrable, incapable of being affected
(adj) rash; hastily done; Impulsive
imperious
(adj) commanding, dominating, domineering
impertinent
(adj) rude, insolent; disrespectful
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ap and sat chem stuff
voltaic and galvanic cells
electrolytic cell
mono tropic acid
poly tropic acid
when chemical reactions between metals connected by an electr…
when electricity from an external cell causes redox
an acid that can donate only one proton
an acid that can donate multiple protons
voltaic and galvanic cells
when chemical reactions between metals connected by an electr…
electrolytic cell
when electricity from an external cell causes redox
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AP Literature SAT And AP Test Vocab. Week of 10-31-16
Veiled
Repression
Elusive
languor
adj. covering or concealing ; softening tone.
n. an act of the mind that hides unpleasant feelings from the…
adj. hard to identify , isolate or comprehend.... (adj.) difficu…
n. weak or lifeless feeling
Veiled
adj. covering or concealing ; softening tone.
Repression
n. an act of the mind that hides unpleasant feelings from the…
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PreAP SAT Lesson 3, 1-12
abstruse
affable
audacity
contrite
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
friendly, courteous, amiable
excessive boldness, rashness, daring
extremely apologetic, remorseful, repentant
abstruse
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
affable
friendly, courteous, amiable
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PreAp SAT Word List #1 Quiz Study Guide
abstruse
archaic
assuage
contentious
difficult to understand, concealed
antiquated, old, out of use
to ease, to mitigate, to make less painful, to calm
quarrelsome, stirring controversy
abstruse
difficult to understand, concealed
archaic
antiquated, old, out of use
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AP SAT/Quack Terms 3
Vacillate
Lassitude
Garrulous
Myriad
To waver in mind or opinion
Weariness of body or mind from strain, oppressive climate; la…
Excessively talkative in a rambling, roundabout manner,
A very great or indefinitely great number of persons or things
Vacillate
To waver in mind or opinion
Lassitude
Weariness of body or mind from strain, oppressive climate; la…
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AP Language Vocabulary SAT Words 1: Tone Words
acerbic
bitter
benevolent
caustic
sharp; forthright; biting; hurtful; abrasive; severe
angry; acrimonious; antagonistic; spiteful; nasty
sympathetic; tolerant; generous; caring; well meaning
making biting, corrosive comments; critical
acerbic
sharp; forthright; biting; hurtful; abrasive; severe
bitter
angry; acrimonious; antagonistic; spiteful; nasty
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SAT Vocab 2 AP Language
Predecessor
Predilection
Pretentious
Prevalent
earlier occupant of a job, office or position
preference
showy; flashy
widely accepted or common
Predecessor
earlier occupant of a job, office or position
Predilection
preference
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PreAP SAT Words 13-25
insipid
lament
laud
obscure
boring and stupid
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
to praise, to extol
difficult to see, vague
insipid
boring and stupid
lament
to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
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AP English III Vocabulary Unit Eight
erroneous
admonish
demarcate
foster
containing a deviation from accuracy or correctness; mistaken…
to caution, advise, or counsel against something; to reprove…
to determine or mark off the boundaries or limits of; to sepa…
to promote the growth or development of; further; encourage;…
erroneous
containing a deviation from accuracy or correctness; mistaken…
admonish
to caution, advise, or counsel against something; to reprove…
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Mrs. Salfia's AP English ACT/SAT Word List First 30 for Quiz on 10/30/2015 (with Pictures)
Aberration
Abeyance
Acerbic
Acuity
A state or condition markedly different from the norm
Temporary suspension, inactivity
bitter, sharp in taste or temper
sharpness
Aberration
A state or condition markedly different from the norm
Abeyance
Temporary suspension, inactivity
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AP Literature SAT List Week of 9/12/16
asphyxiate
altruistic
ignoble
daunted
V. Deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
(adj.) mean, low, base
adj dismayed; disheartened; discouraged (made less courageous)
asphyxiate
V. Deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing
altruistic
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
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AP Lit SAT and Exam Words Week of 9/19/2016
timorous
profundity
reticent
truism
(adj) cowardly; fearful
n. great depth of intellect, feeling, or meaning
(adj) not talking much; private (of a person), restrained, re…
n. A truth that is so well known that it is almost unnecessar…
timorous
(adj) cowardly; fearful
profundity
n. great depth of intellect, feeling, or meaning
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AP Literature SAT Terms Set 1 8/24/15
august (adj)
bemuse (v)
coquettish (adj)
dispensation (n)
marked by majestic dignity
to make confused out of amazement
flirtatious; given to flirting
permission to break a law or an official promise; release fro…
august (adj)
marked by majestic dignity
bemuse (v)
to make confused out of amazement
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AP Lang SAT Vocabulary #2
Ebb (v)
Ebullient (adj)
Elucidate (v)
Entice (v)
to recede or diminish
boiling, bubbling with excitement
to make clear and explain fully
to lure, attract; to tempt in a pleasing fashion
Ebb (v)
to recede or diminish
Ebullient (adj)
boiling, bubbling with excitement
AP English Terms
metaphor
simile
personification
synecdoche
comparison of two seemingly unlike things
comparison using like or as
characteristics of humans given to non-humans
giving the part for the whole
metaphor
comparison of two seemingly unlike things
simile
comparison using like or as
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SAT #5 Sophomore English
apprehend
approbation
appropriate
aquatic
to seize, to arrest
praise
to take, make use of
relating to water
apprehend
to seize, to arrest
approbation
praise
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sat english
rhetoric
subordinating
3 types of essays
deferential
how you use something to organize ideas
anything that relies on a part of a sentence
persuasive... expository... entertaining
respectful
rhetoric
how you use something to organize ideas
subordinating
anything that relies on a part of a sentence
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English- SAT Old English
Broach
Charlatan
Erudite
Etymology
an elongated, tapered, serrated cutting tool for shaping and…
a person who pretends or claims to have more knowledge or ski…
characterized by great knowledge; learned or scholarly
a chronological account of the birth and development of a par…
Broach
an elongated, tapered, serrated cutting tool for shaping and…
Charlatan
a person who pretends or claims to have more knowledge or ski…
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AP Lit SAT Words Week of 10/26/15
abase
acrimony
banal (adj)
cacophony (n)
v. to humiliate; to degrade... abasement (n)
n. bitterness or discord... acrimonious (adj)
(adj) dull; commonplace
(n) a tremendous noise or disharmonious sound... cacophonous (adj)
abase
v. to humiliate; to degrade... abasement (n)
acrimony
n. bitterness or discord... acrimonious (adj)
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AP Lang. and Com SAT words Week of 8/29/16
execrable
deride
rebuke
amenable
(adj) unequivocally detestable; very bad; extremely inferior
(v.) to ridicule, laugh at with contempt... derision (n) derisiv…
(v.) to criticize or reprimand sharply
(adj.) willing to follow advice or authority, tractable, subm…
execrable
(adj) unequivocally detestable; very bad; extremely inferior
deride
(v.) to ridicule, laugh at with contempt... derision (n) derisiv…
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AP Lang. SAT List for Week of 10/17/16
ambivalence; ambivalent; ambivalently
amplitude
evince
augment; augmentation
(n) The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotiona…
(n) Greatness of size or range
(v) to demonstrate clearly; to prove
(v.) to make larger, increase
ambivalence; ambivalent; ambivalently
(n) The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotiona…
amplitude
(n) Greatness of size or range
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AP English 11 Vocabulary I (1-50)
ambivalent
anomaly
snide
dearth
having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time: In the Av…
deviation from the norm or what is expected: With his quiet n…
derogatory in a nasty, insinuating manner: This _______ remar…
a scarcity or shortage of something: Critics and moviegoers a…
ambivalent
having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time: In the Av…
anomaly
deviation from the norm or what is expected: With his quiet n…
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SAT English (Vocabulary)
abject (adj.)
aberration (n.)
abscond (v.)
accede (v.)
contemptible or hated kind
abnormal, opposite of norm
run away or escape
to yield another to agree
abject (adj.)
contemptible or hated kind
aberration (n.)
abnormal, opposite of norm
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AP Literature SAT Set 2 Week of 1/25/15
adulation
adumbrate
behemoth
capitulate
n. extreme praise... v. adulate - to praise obsequiously
v. to sketch, outline in a shadowy way
n/adj huge creature; anything very large and powerful
V. to surrender n. capitulation
adulation
n. extreme praise... v. adulate - to praise obsequiously
adumbrate
v. to sketch, outline in a shadowy way
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AP Literature and Composition SAT Week of 1/11/16
cryptic
sagacious
iniquitous
castigate
adj. hidden; hard to understand; mysterious and obscure... adv.…
adj. wise... n. sage/sagacity... adv. sagaciously
adj. showing a lack of fairness; wicked; vicious... n. iniquity
v. to scold or punish severely... n. castigation
cryptic
adj. hidden; hard to understand; mysterious and obscure... adv.…
sagacious
adj. wise... n. sage/sagacity... adv. sagaciously
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English SAT 2
Compulsory
Discursive
Concise
Astute
(adj) required by law or a rule
(adj) digressing from subject to subject
(adj) giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words
(adj) having or showing an ability to accurately assess situa…
Compulsory
(adj) required by law or a rule
Discursive
(adj) digressing from subject to subject
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AP Language and Composition SAT Set 5 Week of 9/28/15
absolution
amalgamate
anathema
bane
(n.) freedom from blame, guilt, sin (Once all the facts were…
(v) to combine; to mix together; to blend, merge, or unite
(n.) a cursed, detested person
(n.) a burden; A source of harm and ruin
absolution
(n.) freedom from blame, guilt, sin (Once all the facts were…
amalgamate
(v) to combine; to mix together; to blend, merge, or unite
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