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CollegePrep SAT Vocab
provocative (prəˈvɒk ə tɪv) adj.
bumpkin (ˈbʌmp kɪn) n.
toady (ˈtoʊ di) n.
culpable (ˈkʌl pə bəl) adj.
tending to excite or stimulate... The lessons he learns are as p…
an unsophisticated, awkward person... Press, a redheaded country…
a person who flatters for personal gain... The loser was determi…
deserving blame or condemnation... For example, if you choose to…
provocative (prəˈvɒk ə tɪv) adj.
tending to excite or stimulate... The lessons he learns are as p…
bumpkin (ˈbʌmp kɪn) n.
an unsophisticated, awkward person... Press, a redheaded country…
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sat college prep words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten
refraining form pleasurable activity
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
to shorten
abstinence
refraining form pleasurable activity
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SAT College Prep Vocabulary
degrading
radiant
coherently
coercion
describes actions that lower your dignity, or actions that ar…
figuratively when someone seems to light up the world
expressing yourself when your really want to make your point
an idiom suggesting motivating someone is "to twist one's arm"
degrading
describes actions that lower your dignity, or actions that ar…
radiant
figuratively when someone seems to light up the world
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College English Sat prep.
Paroxysm
Insipid
Stoic
Emanate
Sudden Violent Outburst
Lacking excitement; dull
Unaffected by emotion
Come forth; Issue from
Paroxysm
Sudden Violent Outburst
Insipid
Lacking excitement; dull
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SAT/College prep 12/6
chromosome
churlish
enfranchise
abrogate
DNA strands
bad disposition, the Grinch
grant freedom
revoke formally
chromosome
DNA strands
churlish
bad disposition, the Grinch
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SAT College prep 12/5
abjure
circumlocution
belie
auspicious
reject, disvow
indirect way of expressing something
contradiction
auguring favorable, good luck
abjure
reject, disvow
circumlocution
indirect way of expressing something
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SAT College Prep Quiz 1
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from pleasurable activity
High praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
Abbreviate
shorten, abridge
Abstinence
act of refraining from pleasurable activity
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College Prep-SAT Lesson -9
Bilk
Homily
Demise
Emit
cheat; defraud
a sermon
a death, especially of a person in a lofty position
to give off
Bilk
cheat; defraud
Homily
a sermon
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College prep/ SAT words 2
Beguile
Belie
Benevolent
Benign
To charm someone in an underhanded way
To misrepresent purposefully
Kindhearted; good natured; generous
Gentle; mild; kindhearted
Beguile
To charm someone in an underhanded way
Belie
To misrepresent purposefully
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College Prep SAT Vocab 2
Ambivalence
Cantankerous
Derogatory
Exemplify
Uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabili…
Disagreeable to deal with; contentious; peevish
Tending to lessen the merit or reputation of a person or thin…
To show or illustrate by example
Ambivalence
Uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabili…
Cantankerous
Disagreeable to deal with; contentious; peevish
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College prep/sat words 3
Contend
Contrite
Conundrum
Converge
To argue a position or a point
Sorry; penitent
Riddle
Move together to meet at a common point
Contend
To argue a position or a point
Contrite
Sorry; penitent
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College Entrance Prep SAT Words
arrogate
cajole
credulity
deprecate
to take or claim something without justification
to persuade by flattery or promises
willingness to believe or trust too readily; gullibility
to express earnest disapproval of
arrogate
to take or claim something without justification
cajole
to persuade by flattery or promises
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SAT Vocabulary Set #1 College Prep
Hackneyed
Hapless
Harangue
Ignominious
Worn out, tired, overworked (adj)
Unfortunate, unlucky, cursed (adj)
A lengthy lecture or rant (n)
Humiliating or embarrassing (adj)
Hackneyed
Worn out, tired, overworked (adj)
Hapless
Unfortunate, unlucky, cursed (adj)
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College Prep SAT vocab 2
Ambivalence
Cantankerous
Derogatory
Exemplify
uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabili…
disagreeable to deal with; contentious; peevish:
tending to lessen the merit or reputation of a person or thin…
to show or illustrate by example.
Ambivalence
uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabili…
Cantankerous
disagreeable to deal with; contentious; peevish:
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College Prep SAT/ACT Information
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1600
$43
$54.50
What is the highest score you can make on the ACT?
What is the highest score you can make on the SAT?
How much does the SAT cost without the essay?
How much does the SAT cost with the essay?
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What is the highest score you can make on the ACT?
1600
What is the highest score you can make on the SAT?
College Prep SAT and ACT Review
How many sections are there on the new…
What is the order of the sections on t…
What makes up the essay questions?
What makes up the scoring of the ACT &…
4 Sections
Reading, Writing/Language, Math, Essay (Optional)
One chosen prompt that you have 30 minutes to do on the ACT,…
ACT: All sections graded on a scale of 1-36, average of all i…
How many sections are there on the new…
4 Sections
What is the order of the sections on t…
Reading, Writing/Language, Math, Essay (Optional)
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CollegePrep SAT Vocab 1-2
camaraderie (kɑ məˈrɑ də ri) n.
frangible (ˈfræn dʒə bəl) adj.
litany (ˈlɪt n i) n.
moratorium (ˌmɔr əˈtɔr i əm) n.
rapport and good will... She had agreed to stage the off-site in…
fragile: easy to break... Frangible bullets are designed to crum…
any long, repetitive, or dull recital... Ask anyone about the ac…
a suspension of activity; an authorized delay... In 1986, the co…
camaraderie (kɑ məˈrɑ də ri) n.
rapport and good will... She had agreed to stage the off-site in…
frangible (ˈfræn dʒə bəl) adj.
fragile: easy to break... Frangible bullets are designed to crum…
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CollegePrep SAT Vocab 3-4
scapegoat (ˈskeɪpˌgoʊt) n.
peremptory (pəˈrɛmp tə ri) adj.
atelier (ˈæt lˌyeɪ) n.
axiom (ˈæk si əm) n.
one who bears the blame for others... Seems to me that the elder…
not allowing refusal or delay; imperative... Orders from the exp…
an artist's or designer's workshop... In the atelier, his models…
a universal truth, an established rule... Forget the old axiom i…
scapegoat (ˈskeɪpˌgoʊt) n.
one who bears the blame for others... Seems to me that the elder…
peremptory (pəˈrɛmp tə ri) adj.
not allowing refusal or delay; imperative... Orders from the exp…
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CollegePrep SAT Vocab 7-8
gibberish (ˈdʒɪb ər ɪʃ) n.
inimical (ɪˈnɪm ɪ kəl) adj.
nexus (ˈnɛk səs) n.
coeval (koʊˈi vəl) adj.
nonsense; unintelligible speech... Let's talk science rather tha…
unfriendly; hostile; injurious... Participation is also a necess…
a link, tie or bond... What separates the groups is a whole nexu…
of the same time period... East-west trending faults are younger…
gibberish (ˈdʒɪb ər ɪʃ) n.
nonsense; unintelligible speech... Let's talk science rather tha…
inimical (ɪˈnɪm ɪ kəl) adj.
unfriendly; hostile; injurious... Participation is also a necess…
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CollegePrep SAT Vocab 5-6
consternation (ˌkɒn stərˈneɪ ʃən) n.
anomaly (əˈnɒm ə li) n.
vitriolic (ˌvɪ triˈɒl ɪk) adj.
preamble (ˈpriˌæm bəl) n.
alarming dismay or concern... Aleck caused consternation to his…
a deviation from the norm; an odd or peculiar occurrence... We t…
harsh in tone; bitterly critical... True science is big enough t…
a preliminary statement; an introduction... Existence becomes me…
consternation (ˌkɒn stərˈneɪ ʃən) n.
alarming dismay or concern... Aleck caused consternation to his…
anomaly (əˈnɒm ə li) n.
a deviation from the norm; an odd or peculiar occurrence... We t…
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College Prep SAT Words- Lessons 1 and 2
Camaraderie... Pronounciation: käməˈrädər…
Frangible... Pronounciation: franjəbəl... Pa…
Litany... Pronounciation: li-tə-nē... Parts…
Moratorium... Pronounciation: mȯr-ə-ˈtȯ…
Definition: Rapport and goodwill... Sentence: They have develope…
Definition: Readily or easy broken... Sentence:
Definition: A long list of complaints, problems, etc.... Sentenc…
Definition: A time when a particular activity is not allowed…
Camaraderie... Pronounciation: käməˈrädər…
Definition: Rapport and goodwill... Sentence: They have develope…
Frangible... Pronounciation: franjəbəl... Pa…
Definition: Readily or easy broken... Sentence:
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College Prep SAT Words- Lessons 3 and 4
Scapegoat... Pronounciation: skeyp-goht... P…
Peremptory... Pronounciation: puh-remp-tu…
Atelier... Pronounciation: at-l-yey... Parts…
Axiom... Pronounciation: ak-see-uh m... Part…
Definition: A person or group made to bear the blame for othe…
Definition: Leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imp…
Definition: A workshop or studio, especially of an artist, ar…
Definition: A self-evident truth that requires no proof.... Sent…
Scapegoat... Pronounciation: skeyp-goht... P…
Definition: A person or group made to bear the blame for othe…
Peremptory... Pronounciation: puh-remp-tu…
Definition: Leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imp…
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College Prep SAT Words- Lessons 15 and 16
Prominent... prom-uh-nuh nt... Adjective
Autonomy... aw-ton-uh-mee... Noun
Gustatory... guhs-tuh-tawr-ee... Adjective
Chthonian... thoh-nee-uh n... Adjective
very noticeable or obvious... The trunk is a prominent feature o…
independence... Vicky enjoys the autonomy of being self-employed…
relating to the sense of taste... The gourmet dinner lacked the…
pertaining to the underworld; dwelling in or beneath the surf…
Prominent... prom-uh-nuh nt... Adjective
very noticeable or obvious... The trunk is a prominent feature o…
Autonomy... aw-ton-uh-mee... Noun
independence... Vicky enjoys the autonomy of being self-employed…
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College Prep SAT Words- Lessons 5 and 6
Consternation... Pronounciation: kon-ster…
Anomaly... Pronounciation: uh-nom-uh-lee…
Vitriolic... Pronounciation: vi-tree-ol-i…
Preamble... Pronounciation: pree-am-buh l…
Definition: a sudden, alarming amazement or dread that result…
Definition: A deviation form the norm; an odd or peculiar occ…
Definition: Harsh in tone; bitterly critical... Sentence: The cr…
Definition: A preliminary statement; an introduction ... Sentenc…
Consternation... Pronounciation: kon-ster…
Definition: a sudden, alarming amazement or dread that result…
Anomaly... Pronounciation: uh-nom-uh-lee…
Definition: A deviation form the norm; an odd or peculiar occ…
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College Prep SAT Words- Lessons 9 and 10
Provocative... Pronounciation: pruh-vok-u…
Bumpkin... Pronounciation: buhmp-kin... Part…
Toady... Pronounciation: toh- dee... Part of…
Culpable... Pronounciation: kuhl-puh-buh…
Definition: tending to excite or stimulate... Sentence: The daug…
Definition: an unsophisticated, awkward person... Sentence: Pick…
Definition: a person who flatters for personal gain... Sentence:…
Definition: deserving blame or condemnation; guilty... Sentence:…
Provocative... Pronounciation: pruh-vok-u…
Definition: tending to excite or stimulate... Sentence: The daug…
Bumpkin... Pronounciation: buhmp-kin... Part…
Definition: an unsophisticated, awkward person... Sentence: Pick…
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College Prep SAT Words- Lessons 7 and 8
Gibberish... Pronounciation: jib-er-ish... P…
Inimical... Pronounciation: ih-nim-i-kuh…
Nexus... Pronounciation: nek-suh s... Parts…
Coeval... Pronounciation: koh-ee-vuh l... Pa…
Definition: Nonsense; unintelligible speech... Sentence: A forei…
Definition: unfriendly; hostile; injurious... Sentence: The stra…
Definition: a link, tie, or bond... Sentence: The desire for acc…
Definition: of the same time period... Sentence: Scientists asse…
Gibberish... Pronounciation: jib-er-ish... P…
Definition: Nonsense; unintelligible speech... Sentence: A forei…
Inimical... Pronounciation: ih-nim-i-kuh…
Definition: unfriendly; hostile; injurious... Sentence: The stra…
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College Prep. SAT Word List No. 4
Actuarial
Acuity
Acumen
Acute
Calculating, pertaining to insurance statistics
Sharpness
Mental keenness
Quickly perceptive, keen, brief and severe
Actuarial
Calculating, pertaining to insurance statistics
Acuity
Sharpness
20 terms
College Prep. SAT Words List No. 6
aggregate
aggressor
aghast
agility
gather, accumulate
attacker
horrified
nimbleness
aggregate
gather, accumulate
aggressor
attacker
500 terms
College Prep/SAT Prep Word Lists 1-5
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
(v) hate
(n) narrow-minded, prejudiced person
(adj) fake, false
(v) give voting rights
Abhor
(v) hate
Bigot
(n) narrow-minded, prejudiced person
20 terms
College Prep. SAT Word List No. 1
Abase
Abash
abate
abbreviate
lower, humiliate
embarrass
subside, decrease, lessen
shorten
Abase
lower, humiliate
Abash
embarrass
20 terms
College Prep. SAT Word List No. 2
absolute
absolve
absorb
abstain
complete, totally unlimited, uncertain
pardon
suck or drink up, wholly engage
refrain from, deny oneself
absolute
complete, totally unlimited, uncertain
absolve
pardon
20 terms
College Prep. SAT Word List No. 3
acclimate
acclivity
accolade
accommodate
adjust to climate
sharp upslope of a hill
award of merit
oblige or help someone, adjust or bing into harmony, adapt
acclimate
adjust to climate
acclivity
sharp upslope of a hill
20 terms
College Prep. SAT Words List No. 5
Adversary
adverse
adversity
advocacy
opponent
unfavorable, hostile
unfavorable fortune, hardship, a calamitous event
support, active pleading on somethings behalf
Adversary
opponent
adverse
unfavorable, hostile
20 terms
SAT/ACT College Prep set 1 vocab
Abrogate
Acrimonious
Affable
Asymmetrical
to officially or formally abolish; to do away with; dissolve
bitter or biting feeling, speech, or behavior; caustic, sarca…
friendly or at ease with others; amicable, gracious, pleasent
not symmetrical; awry, crooked, unbalanced
Abrogate
to officially or formally abolish; to do away with; dissolve
Acrimonious
bitter or biting feeling, speech, or behavior; caustic, sarca…
37 terms
College Prep. SAT Highlights No. 7
emulate
enamored
enhance
emulate, synonym
verb, to try to be equal to or better than; to imitate
verb, to be in love with
verb, to increase the value or beauty of something
strive
emulate
verb, to try to be equal to or better than; to imitate
enamored
verb, to be in love with
63 terms
College Prep. SAT Highlights No. 4
cynical
cynical-synonyms
cynical-antonyms
decorum
adjective, inclined to distrust or deny the goodness or since…
distrustful, skeptical, scornful
idealistic, optimistic
noun, conformity to accepted standards of conduct, proper beh…
cynical
adjective, inclined to distrust or deny the goodness or since…
cynical-synonyms
distrustful, skeptical, scornful
58 terms
College Prep. SAT Highlights No. 5
circumspect
circumspect-synonyms
circumspect-antonyms
circumvent
adjective, careful,watchful, attentive to all points
wary, judicious, prudent
rash, foolhardy
verb, to get around, to beat or defeat by trickery, to preven…
circumspect
adjective, careful,watchful, attentive to all points
circumspect-synonyms
wary, judicious, prudent
18 terms
College prep SAT words set 1
Indifferent
Benevolent
Abstract
Fallacious
Without interest or concern; not caring; apathetic
Characterized by expressing goodwill or kindly feelings
Thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects, o…
Logically unsound; deceptive/misleading; disappointing/delusive
Indifferent
Without interest or concern; not caring; apathetic
Benevolent
Characterized by expressing goodwill or kindly feelings
10 terms
College Test Prep SAT Vocabs 1-10
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
To shorten (a word or phrase) by omitting letters, substituti…
Forbearance from any indulgence of appetite, especially from…
excessive devotion to someone; servile flattery.
adverse or unfavorable fortune or fate; a condition marked by…
abbreviate
To shorten (a word or phrase) by omitting letters, substituti…
abstinence
Forbearance from any indulgence of appetite, especially from…
19 terms
College Prep. SAT Words No. 9
levity
lexicon
libation
liege
noun, lightness or gaiety of disposition; lack of seriousness
noun, a dictionary; a special vocabulary
noun, an alcoholic drink
noun, a lord, master, or sovereign
levity
noun, lightness or gaiety of disposition; lack of seriousness
lexicon
noun, a dictionary; a special vocabulary
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College Prep. SAT Words No. 9
levity
levity, synonym
levity, antonym
lexicon
noun, lightness or gaiety of disposition; lack of seriousness
frivolity
sobriety, somberness
noun, a dictionary; a special vocabulary
levity
noun, lightness or gaiety of disposition; lack of seriousness
levity, synonym
frivolity
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College Prep. SAT Highlights No. 1
abate
abet
abhor
acquit
verb, to lessen in violence or intensity
verb, to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
verb, to detest, loathe, hate strongly
verb, find not guilty of a fault or crime
abate
verb, to lessen in violence or intensity
abet
verb, to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
16 terms
College Prep SAT Highlights No. 2
mal, prefix
bene, root
dict, root
malevolent, malediction, malefactor
bad, evil
good
to speak
examples of mal-, prefix
mal, prefix
bad, evil
bene, root
good
66 terms
College Prep. SAT Highlights No. 3
avarice
avarice, synonym
avarice, antonym
avid
noun, excessive greed, desire for wealth
greed
liberality, generosity
adjective, eager, extremely interested
avarice
noun, excessive greed, desire for wealth
avarice, synonym
greed
44 terms
College Prep. SAT Highlights No. 8
inert
inert, synonym
inert, antonym
inexorable
adjective, having no power to act or move, inactive
dormant, passive, idle
mobile, dynamic, active
adjective, cannot be moved or influenced by persuasion or ent…
inert
adjective, having no power to act or move, inactive
inert, synonym
dormant, passive, idle
72 terms
College Prep. SAT Highlights No. 1 and 2
abate
abet
abhor
acquit
verb, to lessen in violence or intensity
verb, to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
verb, to detest, loathe, hate strongly
verb, find not guilty of a fault or crime
abate
verb, to lessen in violence or intensity
abet
verb, to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
20 terms
Act and Sat College Prep Vocab. 9-10
Accolade
Bolster
Cryptic
Ephemeral
Tribute, honor, praise
Support, prop up
Puzzling, enigmatic
Short-lived
Accolade
Tribute, honor, praise
Bolster
Support, prop up
500 terms
College Prep/SAT Prep Word Lists 1-5
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
(v) hate
(n) narrow-minded, prejudiced person
(adj) fake, false
(v) give voting rights
Abhor
(v) hate
Bigot
(n) narrow-minded, prejudiced person
28 terms
MK&CK_College Prep_SAT VOCAB 1&2
anarchy
amorphous
anomaly
anonymous
a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of autho…
without a clearly defined shape or form.
something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or exp…
(of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name.
anarchy
a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of autho…
amorphous
without a clearly defined shape or form.
25 terms
SAT/College Prep Vocabulary Words Quiz 1
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity (such as eati…
high praise
mis fortunate, an unfavorable turn of events
Abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
Abstinence
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity (such as eati…
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