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Pre AP English SAT Vocab
Assiduous
Diligent
Rancorous
Parched
Persistent, hard-working
Careful and hard working
Bitter and hateful
Dried up, shrivled
Assiduous
Persistent, hard-working
Diligent
Careful and hard working
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SAT Vocabulary (Pre-AP English)
Inundate
Garish
Underscore
Haughty
(v) To overwhelm with, to flood
(adj) Flashy, tastelessly loud, and brightly colored
(v) To emphasize
(adj) Snobbish, overly proud
Inundate
(v) To overwhelm with, to flood
Garish
(adj) Flashy, tastelessly loud, and brightly colored
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Pre-Ap English: SAT Vocabulary
Asylum
Camaraderie
Censure
Conformist
Shelter
Mutual trust/friendship
Diassaproval
To join in a group or accepted behaviors/practices
Asylum
Shelter
Camaraderie
Mutual trust/friendship
English Pre-Ap SAT words
Abeyance
Burly
Cavalier
Chargrin
Stopping Something
Bigger in size
Knight/take matters lightly
Dissapointment
Abeyance
Stopping Something
Burly
Bigger in size
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Pre-AP English SAT Vocab
assiduous
diligent
rancorous
parched
persistent, hard-working
careful and hard-working
bitter and hateful
dried up, shriveled
assiduous
persistent, hard-working
diligent
careful and hard-working
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English Pre AP SAT Vocab
Loiter
Mince
Balm
Demur
To stand idly
To restrains one voice to sound polite
Soothing substance
To hesitate to delay
Loiter
To stand idly
Mince
To restrains one voice to sound polite
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Pre-Ap English 2 SAT
antiquated
berate
choleric
conglomerate
old fashioned; out-of-date
to scold harshly
showing a quick temper; easily angered
mass; cluster; a large coroporation made by merging companies
antiquated
old fashioned; out-of-date
berate
to scold harshly
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Pre Ap English 2 SAT
Antiquated
berate
chloeric
conglomerate
old fashioned
to scold harshly
showing a quick temper
mass
Antiquated
old fashioned
berate
to scold harshly
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SAT English Vocab English 2 Pre-AP
apt
confound
devolve
engender
inclined or likely
to cause one to become confused
to transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
to cause, to produce, to create
apt
inclined or likely
confound
to cause one to become confused
20 terms
Pre-AP English SAT Vocabulary Chapter 2
Adjourn: (Verb)
Alien: (Noun)... (Adj.)
Comely: (Adj.)
Compensate: (Verb)
to stop proceedings temporarily; to move to another place.
Noun: A citizen of another country... Adj.: Foreign or strange
Having a pleasing appearance
To make up for; to repay for services
Adjourn: (Verb)
to stop proceedings temporarily; to move to another place.
Alien: (Noun)... (Adj.)
Noun: A citizen of another country... Adj.: Foreign or strange
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Pre-AP English SAT Vocabulary List
Antiquated
Berate
Choleric
Conglomerate
old-fashioned; out of date
to scold harshly
showing a quick temper; easily angered
mass; cluster; a large corporation made by merging companies
Antiquated
old-fashioned; out of date
Berate
to scold harshly
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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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English 2 Pre-Ap SAT vocabulary words
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
an enemy, opponent
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile;to transfer, con…
a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever skill
to compel, force
adversary
an enemy, opponent
alienate
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile;to transfer, con…
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Pre-AP English II SAT Vocab 1
Tout
Extol
Quell
Brawn
To publicly brag
To praise highly
To calm
Muscular strength
Tout
To publicly brag
Extol
To praise highly
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CHS PreAP English SAT Words
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…
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SAT Vocabulary List English 3 Pre-AP
Jejune
Unanticipated
Acerbic
Vituperative
Lacking interest or significance or impact
Not expected
Sour or bitter in taste
Marked by harshly abusive criticism
Jejune
Lacking interest or significance or impact
Unanticipated
Not expected
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PreAP English II SAT Vocab
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
Define: (v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of someth…
Define: (adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skil…
Define: (v.) to make larger, increase ... SYNONYMS: enlarge, sup…
Define: (adj., part.) deprived of; made unhappy through a los…
adulterate
Define: (v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of someth…
ambidextrous
Define: (adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skil…
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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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Pre AP English: Hot Words for the SAT
Lesson 1:
brevity: n
concise: adj
laconic: adj
Using Few Words or Being Quiet
briefness or conciseness
using few words in speaking and writing
using few words in speech
Lesson 1:
Using Few Words or Being Quiet
brevity: n
briefness or conciseness
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SAT VOCAB English II-Pre AP
discern
repugnant
pompous
opaque
to differentiate between two or more things
distasteful, objectionable, or offensive
characterized by an ostentatious display of dignity or import…
not allowing the passage of light, not transparent, hard to u…
discern
to differentiate between two or more things
repugnant
distasteful, objectionable, or offensive
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SAT Vocab English 2 Pre-AP
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
To cause, to produce, to create
Apt
Inclined or likely
Confound
To cause one to become confused
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SAT vocabulary English 2 Pre-Ap
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility
To cause , to produce, to create
Apt
Inclined or likely
Confound
To cause one to become confused
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English 2B Pre-AP SAT Vocab
Incredulous
Credence
Assent(ed)
Sentient
Unable or unwilling to believe something or completely unconv…
Acceptance based on the degree to which something is believable
To accept a concept or course of action formally. If you asse…
Capable of responding emotionally rather than intellectually.
Incredulous
Unable or unwilling to believe something or completely unconv…
Credence
Acceptance based on the degree to which something is believable
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English I Pre-AP SAT Vocab 5
Charlatan
Corroborate
Disseminate
Diverge
person falsely claiming special knowledge
confirm or give support
scatter about; spread widely
spread out; take a different course
Charlatan
person falsely claiming special knowledge
Corroborate
confirm or give support
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English I PreAP SAT Vocab 9
Bolster
Depreciate
Indiscriminate
Inquisitive
support; prop up
reduce in price or value
choosing at random without careful selection
curious or inquiring
Bolster
support; prop up
Depreciate
reduce in price or value
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English I Pre-AP SAT Vocab 7
Equivocate
Fortuitous
Impeccable
Liaison
(v.) to speak or act in a way that allows for more than one i…
(adj.) accidental, occurring by a happy chance
(adj.) faultless, beyond criticism or blame
(n.) Communication between different groups; a person who com…
Equivocate
(v.) to speak or act in a way that allows for more than one i…
Fortuitous
(adj.) accidental, occurring by a happy chance
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English I Pre-AP SAT Vocab 8
Attrition
Circumvent
Cohesive
Grievous
Gradual wearing out; abrasion
Evade; find a way around
Tendency to stick together
Severe; causing grief
Attrition
Gradual wearing out; abrasion
Circumvent
Evade; find a way around
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Pre-AP English Midterm SAT Vocab
derisive
nostalgic
poignant
facetious
mocking, contemptuous
a sentimental or wistful feeling for a time in the past
emotionally moving
treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor…
derisive
mocking, contemptuous
nostalgic
a sentimental or wistful feeling for a time in the past
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English I Pre-AP SAT Vocab 4
Berate
Estrange
Euphoric
Zenith
scold or criticize angrily
cause someone to be no longer close or affectionate to someone
characterized by or feeling intense excitement an happiness
highest point reached by a celestial or other object
Berate
scold or criticize angrily
Estrange
cause someone to be no longer close or affectionate to someone
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English Pre-AP SAT Vocabulary: Chapter Two
brusque
morose
dispassionate
effervescent
abrupt, blunt, with no formalities
Having a gloomy or sullen manner; not friendly or sociable
Unbiased, not having a selfish or personal motivation; calm,…
bubbly, lively
brusque
abrupt, blunt, with no formalities
morose
Having a gloomy or sullen manner; not friendly or sociable
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Unit 23 SAT (pre-ap english) Vocabulary
Ambulatory
Anarchy
Breadth
Cant
able to walk to move around
the absence of government; a state of lawlessness
the width of something, comprehensive quality
secret jargon or slang
Ambulatory
able to walk to move around
Anarchy
the absence of government; a state of lawlessness
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SAT VOCAB English II Pre AP
apt
confound
devolve
engender
inclined or likely
to cause one to become confused
to transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
to cause, to produce, to create
apt
inclined or likely
confound
to cause one to become confused
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English II PreAP SAT Vocab
Altruistic
Assent
Benefactor
Chivalrous
...
...
...
...
Altruistic
...
Assent
...
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Pre-Ap English II SAT Words
Facile
Fickle
Generic
Intrepid
Moving, acting, working, proceeding, etc.; With ease, sometim…
Likely to change, especially due to caprice, irresolution or…
General; Not specific or differentiated in any way
Resolutely fearless; Dauntless
Facile
Moving, acting, working, proceeding, etc.; With ease, sometim…
Fickle
Likely to change, especially due to caprice, irresolution or…
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SAT vocabulary English 2 Pre-Ap
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility
To cause , to produce, to create
Apt
Inclined or likely
Confound
To cause one to become confused
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SAT Vocabulary English II-Pre AP
apt
confound
devolve
engender
inclined or likely
to cause one to become confused
to transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
to cause, to produce, to create
apt
inclined or likely
confound
to cause one to become confused
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SAT VOCAB ENGLISH 2 PRE AP
1. Apt
2. Confound
3. Devolve
4. Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
To cause, to produce, to create
1. Apt
Inclined or likely
2. Confound
To cause one to become confused
60 terms
SAT VOCAB English II-Pre AP
apt
confound
devolve
engender
inclined or likely
to cause one to become confused
to transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
to cause, to produce, to create
apt
inclined or likely
confound
to cause one to become confused
37 terms
SAT VOCAB English II Pre-AP
apt
confound
devolve
engender
inclined or likely
to cause one to become confused
to transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
to cause, to produce, to create
apt
inclined or likely
confound
to cause one to become confused
60 terms
SAT VOCAB English II Pre AP
Confound
Apt
Devolve
Engender
To cause one to become confused
Inclined, likely
To transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
To cause, to produce, to create
Confound
To cause one to become confused
Apt
Inclined, likely
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PreAP English II SAT Vocab
Altruistic
Assent
Benefactor
Chivalrous
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Synonym…
(v) to express agreement; (n) agreement... Synonyms: (v) concur,…
(n) one who does good to others... Synonyms: patron, humanitaria…
(adj) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly... Synony…
Altruistic
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others... Synonym…
Assent
(v) to express agreement; (n) agreement... Synonyms: (v) concur,…
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PreAP English II SAT Vocabulary
adulterate
ambidextrious
bereft
deploy
(v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of l…
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful, de…
(adj., part.) deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
(v.) to position or arrange; to utilize; to form
adulterate
(v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of l…
ambidextrious
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful, de…
Pre Ap English 10 SAT Vocabulary
Apathetic
Auspicious
Benevolent
Candor
Having or showing little or no feeling or emotion
Showing or suggesting that future success is likely
Marked by or disposed to doing good; well meaning; generous
the quality of being open, sincere, and honest
Apathetic
Having or showing little or no feeling or emotion
Auspicious
Showing or suggesting that future success is likely
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Pre-AP English 1 SAT Vocabulary
Accolade
Crass
Defamation
estrange
Praise or award
(adj) crew or unrefined
(n) the act of harming another's reputation or character
(v) to alienate or seperate
Accolade
Praise or award
Crass
(adj) crew or unrefined
110 terms
SAT Vocabulary English 2 Pre-AP
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
To cause, to produce, to create
Apt
Inclined or likely
Confound
To cause one to become confused
20 terms
English II PreAP SAT Vocabulary
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
(v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of l…
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful, de…
(v.) to make larger, increase ... SYNONYMS: enlarge, supplement,…
(adj., part.) deprived of; made unhappy through a loss SYNONY…
Adulterate
(v.) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of l…
Ambidextrous
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well; very skillful, de…
28 terms
Pre-AP English 2 SAT Vocabulary
Antiquated
Berate
Choleric
Congolmerate
old fashioned; out of date.
to scold harshly.
showing a quick temper; easily angered.
mass; cluster; a large corporation made by merging companies.
Antiquated
old fashioned; out of date.
Berate
to scold harshly.
25 terms
Pre-AP English II SAT Terms
Antithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
A direct opposite, a contrast
To move upward, to rise from a lower station
Strict, stern; unadorned, ascetic
Independent, self-contained
Antithesis
A direct opposite, a contrast
Ascend
To move upward, to rise from a lower station
20 terms
English 2 pre ap SAT vocab
Ambiguous
Amulet
Baleful
Boisterous
Having more then one meaning; unclear, uncertain
A charm or ornament worn to protect against evil
Destructive, deadly
Rowdy, rough, & stormy
Ambiguous
Having more then one meaning; unclear, uncertain
Amulet
A charm or ornament worn to protect against evil
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