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10 terms
English SAT
Bombast
Cagole
Capricious
Castigate
High sounded
Persuade someone
Changing moods fast
Criticize someone
Bombast
High sounded
Cagole
Persuade someone
English SAT
Explunge
Connoisseur
Cacophony
Bulwark
Verb, to remove
Noun, an expert
Noun, harsh noise
Noun, defense
Explunge
Verb, to remove
Connoisseur
Noun, an expert
16 terms
English SAT
Dissemble
Abomination
Calumny
Predilection
(v.) To disguise or hide behind a false appearance, with the…
(n.) - A disgraceful action, atrocity
(n.) - slander or libel; a false statement made to injure som…
(n.) A preference or liking for something
Dissemble
(v.) To disguise or hide behind a false appearance, with the…
Abomination
(n.) - A disgraceful action, atrocity
10 terms
English sat
Migratory
Efface
Asunder
Evade
Roving, wandering, nomadic
To rub away
In separate parts; from each other in position
To elude or avoid by cunning to flee from persuer
Migratory
Roving, wandering, nomadic
Efface
To rub away
50 terms
English SAT
Aberration
Abstinence
Abstract
Acclaim
A deviating from the right path or usual course of action
The giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
Theoretical, not applied or practical; not concrete; hard to…
Loud applause
Aberration
A deviating from the right path or usual course of action
Abstinence
The giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
13 terms
english sat
paroled
pardon
cab
cache
The temporary or permanent release of a prisoner before the e…
A cancellation of the legal consequences of an offence or con…
The driver's compartment in a lorry, bus, or train.
A collection of items of the same type stored in a hidden or…
paroled
The temporary or permanent release of a prisoner before the e…
pardon
A cancellation of the legal consequences of an offence or con…
12 terms
English SAT
Quandary
Luminous
Nostalgia
Incessant
A stare of perplexity or uncertainty; dilema
Radiating or reflecting light
A desire to return in thought or in fact to a former time or…
Continuing without interruption: unending
Quandary
A stare of perplexity or uncertainty; dilema
Luminous
Radiating or reflecting light
25 terms
English sat
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
lean; sharp cornered; gaunt
overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
ambivalent
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
27 terms
English sat
candor
aesthetic
autonomy
enigma
frankness; honesty
concerning art or beauty
self-rule; independence
a mystery; hard to understand or explain
candor
frankness; honesty
aesthetic
concerning art or beauty
25 terms
English sat
abstruse
affable
audacity
contrite
difficult to understand
friendly
excessive boldness
extremely apologetic
abstruse
difficult to understand
affable
friendly
10 terms
English sat
Mnemonics
Billingsgate
Cupidity
Guillotine
To remind
To use a curse or bad language
Desire or eagerness to gain material wealth
A device for beheading a person
Mnemonics
To remind
Billingsgate
To use a curse or bad language
15 terms
SAT english
pedantic
pertinacious
pontifical
pretentious
stressing trvial points of learning
stubborn
ornate/stiff
making claims to some distinctions
pedantic
stressing trvial points of learning
pertinacious
stubborn
15 terms
Sat English
Zealot
Ardent
Disparage
Transcend
Fanatic
Passionate
To belittle someone or something
To rise above, surpass
Zealot
Fanatic
Ardent
Passionate
23 terms
English SAT
Mentor
Mundane
Bizarre
Charlatan
(n) Wise Advisor
(adj) Typical of the ordinary (also: world as opposed to spir…
(adj) Strikingly unusual; fantastic
(n) Fake
Mentor
(n) Wise Advisor
Mundane
(adj) Typical of the ordinary (also: world as opposed to spir…
60 terms
English sat
Accolade
Iconoclast
Verbose
Lassitude
Praise
Person who goes against accepted authority
Wordy
Lack of physical energy
Accolade
Praise
Iconoclast
Person who goes against accepted authority
29 terms
English SAT
Ameliorate
Guile
Pacify
Bane
To make better
Deceitful
To calm
Burden
Ameliorate
To make better
Guile
Deceitful
10 terms
English SAT
Chattel
Austere
Lament
Aloof
An item of personal, movable property; slave
Stern as in manner;without excess, unadorned; severely simple…
To express or regret; to mourn
Distant; reserved, in manner; uninvolved
Chattel
An item of personal, movable property; slave
Austere
Stern as in manner;without excess, unadorned; severely simple…
10 terms
SAT ENGLISH
Abandon
Abate
Abet
Abjure
Total lack of inhibition
To decrease , to reduce
To aid; to act as an accomplice
To renounce under oath; to abondon forever; to abstain from
Abandon
Total lack of inhibition
Abate
To decrease , to reduce
10 terms
English sat
Non sequitur
quandary
nebulous
pedantic
noun): something that does not logically follow
noun): a puzzling situation; a dilemma
adjective): hazy; vague; uncertain
adjective ): tending to show off one's learning
Non sequitur
noun): something that does not logically follow
quandary
noun): a puzzling situation; a dilemma
19 terms
Sat english
Altruistic
Amalgam
Ambiguous
Amenable
Showing a disinterested
A mix or blend
Open to more than one interpretation
Open and reponsive to suggestion
Altruistic
Showing a disinterested
Amalgam
A mix or blend
14 terms
English SAT
enmity
entreaty
feint
inauspicious
absolute hatred
plea
false apearance
unfavorable
enmity
absolute hatred
entreaty
plea
10 terms
English SAT
Acid
Accurate
Action
Alternate
Bitter sour sharp
Sharp
Do move go
Other
Acid
Bitter sour sharp
Accurate
Sharp
10 terms
English SAT
Acrimonious
Penitent
Ameliorate
Debase
Petulant
Feeling or showing regret for past actions
To improve
To reduce in quality or value
Acrimonious
Petulant
Penitent
Feeling or showing regret for past actions
63 terms
SAT English
Otorhinolaryngologist
procure
configuration
endow
Otorhinolaryngologist
acquire, supply
structure
give
Otorhinolaryngologist
Otorhinolaryngologist
procure
acquire, supply
30 terms
English SAT
Brink
Cascade
Bandy
Chastise
Edge
Anything to do with waterfall
To give back and fourth
To discipline
Brink
Edge
Cascade
Anything to do with waterfall
English Sat
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune
to sprout, newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
48 terms
SAT English
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
Acclaim
Eating and drinking in moderation/restricted to bare necessit…
Not concrete/theoretical
Difficult to understand
Applaud/praise/approve
Abstemious
Eating and drinking in moderation/restricted to bare necessit…
Abstract
Not concrete/theoretical
14 terms
English SAT
Timorous(adj)
Nascent(adj)
Emulate(verb)
Tenet(Noun)
shy, timid
emerging
Through imitation
Principle of belief, held true by an organization
Timorous(adj)
shy, timid
Nascent(adj)
emerging
61 terms
English SAT
Cacophony
Callow
Capitulate
Aberration
A harsh discordant mixtures of sounds
Inexperienced and immature
Cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand
A departure of what is normal typically something unwelcome n…
Cacophony
A harsh discordant mixtures of sounds
Callow
Inexperienced and immature
English sat
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
Make something better ... Verb... Improve ,benefit... Worsen
Self confidence or assurance... Noun... Poise,self confidence... Insec…
High sounding but with little meaning... Adjective... Pompus, turgi…
Inexperienced and immature... Adjective... Unsophisticated... Serious
Ameliorate
Make something better ... Verb... Improve ,benefit... Worsen
Aplomb
Self confidence or assurance... Noun... Poise,self confidence... Insec…
48 terms
Sat english
Accept
Except
Adopt
Adapt
To agree or consent
To exclude to leave out
To take in
To adjust
Accept
To agree or consent
Except
To exclude to leave out
25 terms
English SAT
Altruisitic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
Lean, sharp cornered, gaunt
Overbearingly assuming, insolently proud
Altruisitic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
40 terms
English SAT
abstemious
amorphous
avaricious
castigate
self-denying, self disciplined, restrained, moderate
formless, shapeless, vague
greedy, materialistic
scold, criticize, punish
abstemious
self-denying, self disciplined, restrained, moderate
amorphous
formless, shapeless, vague
97 terms
SAT ENGLISH
Contempt
irrevocable
strident
self-loathing
lack of respect accompained by a feeling of intense dislike
incapable of being changed
unpleasantly loud and harsh
disgust with oneself
Contempt
lack of respect accompained by a feeling of intense dislike
irrevocable
incapable of being changed
25 terms
English SAT
Jejune
Laconic
Loquacious
Lugubrious
Not interesting, dull
Short, to the point
Very talkative
Mournful, dismal or gloomy
Jejune
Not interesting, dull
Laconic
Short, to the point
25 terms
English SAT
antiquated
arable
ascendancy
atrophy
obsolete, out of fashion, no longer usable
fit for plowing, tillable
domination; growing power
to waste away, to wither
antiquated
obsolete, out of fashion, no longer usable
arable
fit for plowing, tillable
54 terms
English SAT
abash
abate
abbess
abbey
to make ashamed
to put an end to
a female superior or governess of a nunnery
a monastery or society of people
abash
to make ashamed
abate
to put an end to
21 terms
SAT english
verb
subject verb
tense
pronoun
a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and…
Subjects and verbs must AGREE with one another in number (sin…
set of forms taken by a verb to indicate the time (and someti…
a word that can function by itself as a noun phrase and that…
verb
a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and…
subject verb
Subjects and verbs must AGREE with one another in number (sin…
15 terms
sat english
Redemption
Relish
Infirmity
linger
the action of saving or being saved from sin , erroe , or evil
Great Joyment
Physical or mental weakness
staying in a place longer than necessary
Redemption
the action of saving or being saved from sin , erroe , or evil
Relish
Great Joyment
10 terms
English SAT
absolution
blatant
creditable
ensconce
(n) forgiveness; pardon; release
(adj) obvious
(adj) praiseworthy
(v) to establish firmly in a position
absolution
(n) forgiveness; pardon; release
blatant
(adj) obvious
20 terms
english SAT
Abhor
Counterfeit
Kindle
Placid
Mad
Fake
To start fire
Calm
Abhor
Mad
Counterfeit
Fake
119 terms
SAT ENGLISH
Concise
Laconic
Succinct
Brusque
简短的
简短的
简短的
无理的
Concise
简短的
Laconic
简短的
20 terms
English SAT
Extol
Tremulous
Feign
Wrongheaded
Praise highly
Shaking or quivering lightly
Fake
Having or showing bad judgment
Extol
Praise highly
Tremulous
Shaking or quivering lightly
SAT ENGLISH
Allusion
Anarchy
Ambiguous
Apathy
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of autho…
unclear or inexact because a choice between alternatives has…
lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern.
Allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
Anarchy
a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of autho…
10 terms
English sat
Gird
Giddy
Generalize
Gazebo
•(gird)... •Verb... •To encircle as with a belt; to prepare as for…
•(GID ee)... •Adj.... •A light-headed sensation; dizzy; lighthearte…
•(JEN ur uul ize)... •Verb... •General rather than specific; to for…
•(guh ZEE boh)... •Noun... •An outdoor structure with a roof and op…
Gird
•(gird)... •Verb... •To encircle as with a belt; to prepare as for…
Giddy
•(GID ee)... •Adj.... •A light-headed sensation; dizzy; lighthearte…
31 terms
SAT English
contemplation
allusion
authors purpose
bias
the act of looking thoughtfully at something for a long time
a reference to another work of literature, person or event
the authors reason for writing: to inform, teach, entertain o…
prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person or group
contemplation
the act of looking thoughtfully at something for a long time
allusion
a reference to another work of literature, person or event
19 terms
English SAT
Candor
Demure
Decry
Circumspect
(n.)honesty, frankness (we were suprised by the candor of the…
(adj.)quiet, modest, reserved (she remained demure)
(v.) to criticize openly (the leader decried his motives for…
(adj.) cautious (it would have been more circumspect not to h…
Candor
(n.)honesty, frankness (we were suprised by the candor of the…
Demure
(adj.)quiet, modest, reserved (she remained demure)
20 terms
SAT ENGLISH
animosity
consolidated
effaced
empirical
hatred
joined together into a whole
erased
Based on experience
animosity
hatred
consolidated
joined together into a whole
136 terms
SAT English
Epithet
Colloquial
Ignominy
Ere
any word or phrase applied to a person or thing to describe a…
characteristic of or appropriate to ordinary or familiar conv…
disgrace; dishonor; public contempt.
Before
Epithet
any word or phrase applied to a person or thing to describe a…
Colloquial
characteristic of or appropriate to ordinary or familiar conv…
117 terms
SAT english
access
accommodate
agitate
alarm
to gain entry... to understand
to adapt or adjust to... to provide for... to make enough room for
to disturb; to trouble... to shake an object... to spark interest o…
to shock or frighten... to equip with an alarm
access
to gain entry... to understand
accommodate
to adapt or adjust to... to provide for... to make enough room for
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