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Vocabulary SAT book 3
Factious
ignoble
boor
Aegis
causing disagreement
dishonorable;shameful
a rude or impolite person
protection
Factious
causing disagreement
ignoble
dishonorable;shameful
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sat book 3
mendacious
mercendary
mire
milieu
lying; dishonest
a hired soldier; someone who will do anything for money
marshy, mucky ground
environment; surroundings
mendacious
lying; dishonest
mercendary
a hired soldier; someone who will do anything for money
SAT Vocab Book 3
tactile
adriotness
discernment
hilarity
relating to the sense of touch
skill
Insight; ability to see things clearly
Boisterous merriment; enjoyment.
tactile
relating to the sense of touch
adriotness
skill
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SAT Blue Book 3
Prescient
Vestige
Bemused
Concilatory
the ability to know what will or might happen in the future
the last small part that remains of something that existed be…
to cause (someone) to be confused and often also somewhat amu…
to make (someone) more friendly or less angry
Prescient
the ability to know what will or might happen in the future
Vestige
the last small part that remains of something that existed be…
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NEW SAT VOCAB - BOOK 3: LIST 4
absolve
acme
adage
allure
pardon (an offense)
top; pinnacle
wise saying; proverb
entice; attract
absolve
pardon (an offense)
acme
top; pinnacle
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NEW SAT VOCAB - BOOK 3: LIST 10
abscond
abstemious
accommodate
acquittal
depart secretly and hide
sparing in eating and drinking; temperate
(1) oblige or help someone; (2) provide with housing; (3) ada…
deliverance from a charge
abscond
depart secretly and hide
abstemious
sparing in eating and drinking; temperate
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NEW SAT VOCAB - BOOK 3: LIST 2
abdicate
admonition
adverse
affable
renounce; give up
warning
unfavorable; hostile
easily approachable; warmly friendly
abdicate
renounce; give up
admonition
warning
Vocab 15-21 SAT Book 3
Orifice
Hallow
Perdition
Chaff
Mouth; opening
To make holy
Damnation; ruin; hell
Worthless matter
Orifice
Mouth; opening
Hallow
To make holy
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SAT Vocab 5-6 Book 3
pedantic
elegy
rakish
nebulous
tending to show off one's learning
a sad or mournful poem
dashingly styling and confident
hazy; vague; uncertain
pedantic
tending to show off one's learning
elegy
a sad or mournful poem
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Seven
adroit
macroscopic
fatuous
bovine
skillful; clever
visible to the naked eye
foolish; inane
pertaining to cows or cattle
adroit
skillful; clever
macroscopic
visible to the naked eye
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SAT Vocab Book 3 (1-5)
aegis
altruism
amorphous
besiege
(n.) support, protection, endorsement
(n.) devotion to or regard for the interests of others
(adj.) without determinate shape
(v.) to surround with military forces
aegis
(n.) support, protection, endorsement
altruism
(n.) devotion to or regard for the interests of others
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 3
Factious
Ignoble
Boor
Aegis
Causing disagreement
Dishonorable; shameful
A rude or impolite person
A shield; protection
Factious
Causing disagreement
Ignoble
Dishonorable; shameful
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 3
incendiary
apotheosis
contiguous
auspicious
adj. causing to excite or inflame
n. the finest example
adj. making contact or touching at some point; side by side
adj. signaling favorable or promising results
incendiary
adj. causing to excite or inflame
apotheosis
n. the finest example
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SAT vocab book 3 lesson 16
salient
recant
jocular
palliate
significant; conspicuous; standing out from the rest
to withdraw or disavow a statement or opinion
humorous, lighthearted
to ease, to lessen, to soothe
salient
significant; conspicuous; standing out from the rest
recant
to withdraw or disavow a statement or opinion
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SAT Lesson 3 Book 3
Deviate
Fecund
Adventitious
Bona Fide
To turn aside from a course; to stray
Fertile; productive
Accidental; nonessential
In good faith
Deviate
To turn aside from a course; to stray
Fecund
Fertile; productive
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NEW SAT BOOK 3
contributive
joint
expression
command
공헌하는, 기여하는
collaborative
statement,내 생각이 어렵다
잘 사용하다, mastery
contributive
공헌하는, 기여하는
joint
collaborative
Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Two
impotent
antithesis
maelstrom
emendation
powerless; lacking strength
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
a whirlpool; turbulence; an agitated state of mind
a correction
impotent
powerless; lacking strength
antithesis
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
book 3: SAT lesson 1
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
(adj) causing disagreement
(adj) dishonorable; shameful
(n) rude or impolite person
(n) a shield; protection
factious
(adj) causing disagreement
ignoble
(adj) dishonorable; shameful
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Five
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
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 16 Book 3
salient
recant
jocular
palliate
adj. significant; conspicuous; standing out from the rest.
v. to withdraw or disavow a statement or opinion.
adj. humorous; lighthearted.
v. to ease; to lessen; to soothe.
salient
adj. significant; conspicuous; standing out from the rest.
recant
v. to withdraw or disavow a statement or opinion.
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SAT book 3 lesson 4
Facetious
Demeanor
Sadistic
Sacrosanct
Comical; Jocular; Flippant
Behavior; manner of conduction oneself
Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain on others
Extremely holy
Facetious
Comical; Jocular; Flippant
Demeanor
Behavior; manner of conduction oneself
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SAT BOOK 3 lesson 5
Fop
Imprecation
Non-sequitur
Sanguine
An excessively fashion- conscious man
A curse
Something that doesn't logically follow
Cheerful; optimistic
Fop
An excessively fashion- conscious man
Imprecation
A curse
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GCS Sat vocab book 3 lesson 16
salient
recant
jocular
palliate
significant; conspicuous; standing out from the rest
to withdraw or disavow a statement or opinion
humorous, lighthearted
to ease, to lessen, to soothe
salient
significant; conspicuous; standing out from the rest
recant
to withdraw or disavow a statement or opinion
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Three
pedestrian
bona fide
adventitious
fecund
ordinary or dull
in good faith
accidental; nonessential
fertile, productive
pedestrian
ordinary or dull
bona fide
in good faith
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Six
antipathy
elucidate
imminent
banal
an intense dislike
to make clear
likely to happen; threatening
common, ordinary
antipathy
an intense dislike
elucidate
to make clear
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 3 Katom Parnell
Factious
Ignoble
Boor
Aegis
Causing disagreement
Dishonorable; shameful
A rude or impolite person
A shield; protection
Factious
Causing disagreement
Ignoble
Dishonorable; shameful
Vocabulary PowerPlus New SAT: Book 3 Vocab 1
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
causing disagreement
dishonorable; shameful
a rude or impolite person
a shield; protection
factious
causing disagreement
ignoble
dishonorable; shameful
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A Tale of Two Cities Book 3 SAT Vocabulary
entreat
commiseration
doleful
resolute
(v.) To ask earnestly; to beg
(v.) an expression of sympathy with another's grief
(adj.) Mournful or full of sorrow; causing grief
(adj.) bold, determined; firm
entreat
(v.) To ask earnestly; to beg
commiseration
(v.) an expression of sympathy with another's grief
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GCS Sat vocab book 3 lesson 13
nirvana
salutary
despicable
harlequin
a condition of great peace or happiness
healthful; wholesome
contemptible, hateful
a clown
nirvana
a condition of great peace or happiness
salutary
healthful; wholesome
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Two
impotent
antithesis
maelstrom
emendation
powerless; lacking strength
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
a whirlpool; turbulence; an agitated state of mind
a correction
impotent
powerless; lacking strength
antithesis
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
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SAT Book 3 Lesson 1
Factious
Fervent
Perspicacity
Aegis
Causing disagreement
Eager; earnest
Keenness of judgement
A shield; protection
Factious
Causing disagreement
Fervent
Eager; earnest
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SAT BOOK 3 lesson 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
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the new SAT: Book 3: 16/17
salient
recant
jocular
palliate
important
to withdraw or disavow a statement or opinion
s: joking, witty, amusing... a: solemn; morose
s: alleviate, excuse... a: intensify; exacerbate
salient
important
recant
to withdraw or disavow a statement or opinion
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SAT book 3 Lesson 2
Nihilism
Bland
Shard
Effete
A total rejection of established law
Mild; tasteless; dull
A fragment
Worn out; barren
Nihilism
A total rejection of established law
Bland
Mild; tasteless; dull
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson Four
celibate
fortuitous
recapitulate
perfunctory
abstaining from intercourse; unmarried
happening by chance or accident
to summarize; to repeat briefly
done without care; in a routine fashion
celibate
abstaining from intercourse; unmarried
fortuitous
happening by chance or accident
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GCS Sat vocab book 3 lesson 14
bombast
orthography
paleontology
recoil
impressive but meaningless language
correct spelling
a science dealing with prehistoric life through the study of…
to retreat; to draw back
bombast
impressive but meaningless language
orthography
correct spelling
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - Lesson One
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
causing disagreement
dishonorable; shameful
a rude or impolite person
a shield; protection
factious
causing disagreement
ignoble
dishonorable; shameful
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GCS Sat vocab book 3 lesson 12
halcyon
fastidious
badinage
malapropism
calm, pleasant
hard to please; fussy
playful, teasing talk
a word humorously misused
halcyon
calm, pleasant
fastidious
hard to please; fussy
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GCS Sat vocab book 3 lesson 15
orifice
hallow
perdition
chaff
mouth; opening
to make holy
damnation; ruin; hell
worthless matter
orifice
mouth; opening
hallow
to make holy
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Chp 16.vocab SAT book 3
Salient
Recant
Jocular
Palliate
Significant
To withdraw
Humorous
To ease
Salient
Significant
Recant
To withdraw
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book 3: SAT lesson 3
adventitious
ambiguous
bona fide
cataclysm
...
...
...
...
adventitious
...
ambiguous
...
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SAT Book 3 Lesson 3
Pedestrian
Bona Fide
Adventitious
Fecund
ordinary or dull
in good faith
accidental; nonessential
fertile; productive
Pedestrian
ordinary or dull
Bona Fide
in good faith
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SAT Book 3 @ Lesson 4
celibate (adj)
fortuitous (adj)
recapitulate (v)
perfunctory (adj)
abstaining from intercourse; unmarried
happening by chance or accident... syn: accidental, unexpected... a…
to summarize; to repeat briefly
done without care; in a routine fashion... syn: indifferent, off…
celibate (adj)
abstaining from intercourse; unmarried
fortuitous (adj)
happening by chance or accident... syn: accidental, unexpected... a…
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Vocabulary Power Plus for SAT/ACT - Book 3 - 1-18
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
causing disagreement
dishonorable; shameful
a rude or impolite person
a shield; protection
factious
causing disagreement
ignoble
dishonorable; shameful
SAT BOOK 3 lesson 5
Fop
Imprecation
Non-sequitur
Sanguine
An excessively fashion- conscious man
A curse
Something that doesn't logically follow
Cheerful; optimistic
Fop
An excessively fashion- conscious man
Imprecation
A curse
SAT Book 3 Lesson 9
Machination
Pejorative
Harbinger
Nubile
an evil design or plan
having a negative effect; insulting
an omen or sign
suitable for marriage in age and physical development, referr…
Machination
an evil design or plan
Pejorative
having a negative effect; insulting
SAT BOOK 3 lesson 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
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SHS SAT Book 3 Lessons 8-14
deride
censure
gambol
immolate
to ridicule; to mock
to criticize sharply
to frolic; to romp about playfully
to kill someone as a sacrificial victim, usually by fire
deride
to ridicule; to mock
censure
to criticize sharply
SAT BOOK 3 lesson 5
Fop
Imprecation
Non-sequitur
Sanguine
An excessively fashion- conscious man
A curse
Something that doesn't logically follow
Cheerful; optimistic
Fop
An excessively fashion- conscious man
Imprecation
A curse
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SAT Book 3 Lesson 13
Nirvana
Salutary
Despicable
Harelquin
a condition of great peace or happiness
healthful; wholesome
contemptible; hateful
a clown; jester
Nirvana
a condition of great peace or happiness
Salutary
healthful; wholesome
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