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52 terms
New sat book
Compounded
Propensity
Supplanted
Fallibility, fallible
made worse; made up a whole.... I compounded the problem by tryi…
Natural inclination or tendency. Habit.... He has a propensity…
to take a place of, replaced, superseded.... supersede and rep…
Capable of making mistakes.... Humans are only fallible. ... Fall…
Compounded
made worse; made up a whole.... I compounded the problem by tryi…
Propensity
Natural inclination or tendency. Habit.... He has a propensity…
15 terms
SAT book
Cohesive
Compelling
Convoluted
Dogmatic
Closely united
Evoking interest,attention or admiration in a powerful irresi…
Extremely complex
Characterized by a stubborn adherence to insufficiently prove…
Cohesive
Closely united
Compelling
Evoking interest,attention or admiration in a powerful irresi…
Sat book
Reticent
Introspective
Symbiosis
Punctiliousness
Quiet
Self-analysis
Living together cooperatively
Carefulness to correct behavior
Reticent
Quiet
Introspective
Self-analysis
200 terms
sat book
abate
abdicate
aberration
abeyance
to subside, reduce
to step down from a position or reponsibility
something not typical; a deviation from the standard
suspension; temporary cessation
abate
to subside, reduce
abdicate
to step down from a position or reponsibility
10 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 1
Licentious
numismatist
paucity
obtrude
lacking moral discipline
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
a scarcity, lack
thrust oneself in as if by force
Licentious
lacking moral discipline
numismatist
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
15 terms
SAT Book G Lesson 3
amity
cater
guise
inconsequential
friendship
To supply what is needed or desired, especially support or food
A false appearance
of little or no importance; irrelevant; without consequence
amity
friendship
cater
To supply what is needed or desired, especially support or food
90 terms
SAT BOOK
Lavishness
Corpulence
Redolent
Mandatory
Išlaidumas
Apkūnumas
Kvepiantis
Privalomas
Lavishness
Išlaidumas
Corpulence
Apkūnumas
15 terms
SAT book G Lesson 4
acute
durable
eavesdrop
ethical
serious and sudden
able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
To listen secretly to private conversations
1. pertaining to accepted standards of behavior ... 2. Conformi…
acute
serious and sudden
durable
able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
15 terms
SAT book
Cohesive
Compelling
Convoluted
Dogmatic
Closely united
Evoking interest,attention, or admiration in a powerful irres…
Extremely Complex
Characterized by a stubborn adherence to insufficiently prove…
Cohesive
Closely united
Compelling
Evoking interest,attention, or admiration in a powerful irres…
41 terms
Sat book
Murcurial
Phlegmatic
Irascible
Cantankerous
1(Of a person) subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of…
adjective... (Of a person) having an unemotional and stolidly ca…
adjective... Having or showing a tendency to be easily angered:…
adjective... Bad-tempered, argumentative, and uncooperative:... a c…
Murcurial
1(Of a person) subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of…
Phlegmatic
adjective... (Of a person) having an unemotional and stolidly ca…
84 terms
Sat book
Depict
Undermine
Intricately
Divisive
...
...
...
...
Depict
...
Undermine
...
125 terms
SAT book
Exonerated
Reprimanded
Apprehended
Stipulated
Оправдывать,леабилитировать
Отчитать;упрекнуть
Задерживать... Арестовывать
Обговоренный,обусловленный
Exonerated
Оправдывать,леабилитировать
Reprimanded
Отчитать;упрекнуть
109 terms
SAT book
Aesthetic
Conventional
Mitigate
Pragmatic
Sensitivity to beauty
Established practices
To soothe
Practical
Aesthetic
Sensitivity to beauty
Conventional
Established practices
10 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 1
Licentious
numismatist
paucity
obtrude
lacking moral discipline
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
a scarcity, lack
thrust oneself in as if by force
Licentious
lacking moral discipline
numismatist
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
15 terms
SPP Sat: On ebooks and print books
Something to be down
Recent
To take off
Revenue
a decrease
like yesterday... like two days ago
earnings
Something to be down
a decrease
Recent
like yesterday... like two days ago
10 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 8
effrontery (noun)
elite (noun)
beget (verb)
educe (verb)
shameless boldness: General Zaroff had the ___ to suggest tha…
the choice members or best of a group: Only the ___ players g…
to produce; to make happen: Good study habits ___ good grades.
to draw or bring out: Despite Mayella Ewell's unwillingness t…
effrontery (noun)
shameless boldness: General Zaroff had the ___ to suggest tha…
elite (noun)
the choice members or best of a group: Only the ___ players g…
10 terms
SAT VOCAB (Book)
risque
divisive
heighten
feasible
adj. daringly close to being dangerous or improper
(adj.) - causing conflict, opposition
intensify
Possible... (adj.) possible, able to be done
risque
adj. daringly close to being dangerous or improper
divisive
(adj.) - causing conflict, opposition
10 terms
SAT Book 1 Lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
65 terms
SAT Vocab Book 1
abate
abject
abrasive
yearn
(v) to make less intense or widespread; diminish, lessen
(adj) miserable, hopeless, pathetic
(adj) to annoy or cause ill will, overly aggressive; causing…
(v) to intensely desire something; crave, want
abate
(v) to make less intense or widespread; diminish, lessen
abject
(adj) miserable, hopeless, pathetic
15 terms
Lesson 4 SAT Vocabulary book G
acute
durable
eavesdrop
ethical
serious and sudden
able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
To listen secretly to private conversations
1. pertaining to accepted standards of behavior ... 2. Conformi…
acute
serious and sudden
durable
able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
50 terms
SAT Book 2
to switch
subsequent
careless
countless
Переключить/ поменять
последующий
беззаботный, небрежный
бесчисленный, многочисленный
to switch
Переключить/ поменять
subsequent
последующий
15 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 lesson 19
tantamount (adj)
subversive (adj)
conducive (adj)
amenable (adj)
of essentially equal value or significance... syn: equivalent;…
in opposition to authority or government... syn: dissident; reb…
tending to cause or bring about ... syn: contributive
agreeable; responsive to suggestions or advice... syn: responsi…
tantamount (adj)
of essentially equal value or significance... syn: equivalent;…
subversive (adj)
in opposition to authority or government... syn: dissident; reb…
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Book Three 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
200 terms
sat book 2
craven
cull
curmudgeon
cursory
cowardly
to pick out from among many; to select; to collect
a difficult, bad tempered person
hasty; superficial
craven
cowardly
cull
to pick out from among many; to select; to collect
15 terms
Lesson 3 SAT Vocabulary Book G
amity
cater
guise
inconsequential
friendship
To supply what is needed or desired, especially support or food
A false appearance
of little or no importance; irrelevant; without consequence
amity
friendship
cater
To supply what is needed or desired, especially support or food
22 terms
SAT Blue Book - Page 2
balk
acrimony
dour
exult
to refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to…
nasty behavior, speech; bitter hostility
ill-humored; gloomy; very serious and unfriendly
be joyful; to rejoice; to feel triumphant
balk
to refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to…
acrimony
nasty behavior, speech; bitter hostility
15 terms
SAT book 1 lesson 16
daub
admonish
obeisance
cache
to paint coarsely or unskillfully
to warn; to caution in counsel
a bow or similar gesture expressing deep respect
a concealed store of goods or valuables
daub
to paint coarsely or unskillfully
admonish
to warn; to caution in counsel
15 terms
SAT Book G Lesson 1
articulate
crux
debris
decry
(Adj) well-spoken; clear ... (V) to speak clearly and distinctly
(N) main or most important point or feature
(N) scattered remnants; rubble
(V) condemn or disapprove openly
articulate
(Adj) well-spoken; clear ... (V) to speak clearly and distinctly
crux
(N) main or most important point or feature
15 terms
SAT book 1 lesson 15
adjunct
macabre
farcical
debonair
connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or auxi…
horrible; grim
absurd; ridiculously clumsy
carefree and self-confident in manner; elegant and gracious
adjunct
connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or auxi…
macabre
horrible; grim
10 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 4
elude
fallow
blight
obsequy
escape notice, either physically or mentally; to get away fro…
inactive; unproductive... Ant: fertile; productive
anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devaluatio…
a funeral rite or ceremony
elude
escape notice, either physically or mentally; to get away fro…
fallow
inactive; unproductive... Ant: fertile; productive
25 terms
SAT words book
laconic
pithy
quiescent
reticent
using few words in speech
brief and full of meaning
quiet; still; inactive
reserved
laconic
using few words in speech
pithy
brief and full of meaning
48 terms
SAT Book vocabulary
Erratic
Regressive
Disparaging
Meddle
Unpredictable
Going from a higher state to a lower state
Expressing an opinion that is derogatory
Interfere with something that is not of one's concern
Erratic
Unpredictable
Regressive
Going from a higher state to a lower state
87 terms
BOOK SAT VOCAB
Mar
Delectable
Propagate
succor
To disfigure; impair the quality of, spoil
Delicious; extremely beautiful or attactive
To breed specimens by natural processes from the parent stock…
something that you do or give to help someone who is sufferin…
Mar
To disfigure; impair the quality of, spoil
Delectable
Delicious; extremely beautiful or attactive
32 terms
SAT Prep Book Vocab
resolute
vociferous
sanguine
clandestine
being firm in purpose, determined
(adj.) loud and noisy; compelling attention
Cheerful, optimistic
Done secretively, especially to deceive; surreptitious
resolute
being firm in purpose, determined
vociferous
(adj.) loud and noisy; compelling attention
20 terms
SAT Book Vocab Words
Antiquated
Audacious
Arduous
Bucolic
out dated
bold, daring, fearless
difficult and tiring
relating to the country life; rural
Antiquated
out dated
Audacious
bold, daring, fearless
15 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 18
genocide (n)
zaftig (adj)
predilection (n)
faux (adj)
the deliberate destruction of a group of people
having a full, shapely figure... syn: curvaceous
Preference towards someone or something... syn: preference, par…
artificial; false; not genuine... syn: fake, imitation
genocide (n)
the deliberate destruction of a group of people
zaftig (adj)
having a full, shapely figure... syn: curvaceous
15 terms
SAT book 1 lesson 20
impasse
wunderkind
acumen
nanotechnology
a problem or predicament with no obvious resolution
one who excels in a difficult field at an early age
ability to discern or discriminate; shrewdness
the use of single atoms and molecules to construct microscopi…
impasse
a problem or predicament with no obvious resolution
wunderkind
one who excels in a difficult field at an early age
15 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 lesson 15
adjunct (adj.)
macabre (adj.)
farcical (adj)
debonair (adj)
connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or auxi…
horrible; grim... syn: ghastly; sinister ant: beautiful; lovely
absurd; ridiculously clumsy... syn: ludicrous; funny ant: sombe…
carefree and self-confident in manner; elegant and gracious…
adjunct (adj.)
connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or auxi…
macabre (adj.)
horrible; grim... syn: ghastly; sinister ant: beautiful; lovely
72 terms
SAT Vocab - Book
palindrome
adage
hackneyed
hyperbole
a word or phrase that reads the same forward and back
an old saying now accepted as truthful
made common by overuse (have a good nice)
an exaggeration, not to be taken seriously
palindrome
a word or phrase that reads the same forward and back
adage
an old saying now accepted as truthful
477 terms
Book SAT Vocab
aesthetic
conventional
mitigate
pragmatic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
customary; conforming to established practices
to make less severe or harsh; to moderate; to lessen; to reli…
practical; realistic; down to earth
aesthetic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
conventional
customary; conforming to established practices
24 terms
SAT Book Words
harrowing (We stayed up all night list…
immutable (Death is an immutable aspec…
impetuous (The impetuous day trader ru…
indigent (After losing her job, Juna w…
tormenting, vexing
unchangeable, invariable
quick to act without thinking
very poor
harrowing (We stayed up all night list…
tormenting, vexing
immutable (Death is an immutable aspec…
unchangeable, invariable
20 terms
sat vocab book
eradication
enigmatic
recititude
cacophony
complete destruction
difficult to understand
morally correct behavior
harsh mix of sounds
eradication
complete destruction
enigmatic
difficult to understand
15 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 13
holocaust
embroil
anachronism
denigrate
(n) a great or complete destruction of life. ... Many feared th…
(v) To draw into a conflict or fight... The new zoning ordinanc…
(n) Something or someone existing outside of its proper time…
(v) To attack the reputation of; to speak ill of ... The senato…
holocaust
(n) a great or complete destruction of life. ... Many feared th…
embroil
(v) To draw into a conflict or fight... The new zoning ordinanc…
19 terms
sat vocab book
altruist
recluse
despot
gaudy
belief for well being of others
person who lives a solitary life
a ruler who has absolute power
extravagantly bright or showy
altruist
belief for well being of others
recluse
person who lives a solitary life
13 terms
sat vocab book
veracity
diffidence
acrimony
unremitting
accuracy
modesty/shyness
buterness or ill feeling
never relaxing
veracity
accuracy
diffidence
modesty/shyness
18 terms
SAT Blue Book - Page 1
emulate
sere
enhance
contrite
to strive to be equal to; to imitate
dry and withered; burned
to increase the value or beauty of something
feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing
emulate
to strive to be equal to; to imitate
sere
dry and withered; burned
23 terms
SAT Blue Book - Page 4
inert
circumvent
clandestine
acquit
unable to act or move; inactive or sluggish
to get around something; to bypass, fool, mislead
secret, sly
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
inert
unable to act or move; inactive or sluggish
circumvent
to get around something; to bypass, fool, mislead
19 terms
sat vocab book
propogate
didactic
effervescent
belligerent
spread and promote
intended to teach
vivacious; enthusiastic
hostile; aggressive
propogate
spread and promote
didactic
intended to teach
20 terms
SAT Blue Book - Page 3
grimace
harangue
formidable
sycophant
a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
a long, aggressive, strongly expressed speech or lecture
causing fear or apprehension; intimidating
a flatterer; one who fawns on others in order to gain favor
grimace
a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
harangue
a long, aggressive, strongly expressed speech or lecture
39 terms
sat book vocab
ambivalent
anomaly
sarcastic, sardonic, snide
dearth, paucity
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
deviation from what is normal or what is expected
mocking, derisive, taunting, and stinging
a scarcity or shortage of something
ambivalent
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
anomaly
deviation from what is normal or what is expected
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