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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…
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
Sat English
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
To argue with someone
Violation of a law, agreement, or set of rules
To intrude or trespass
To cut out of or remove
Fractious
To argue with someone
Infraction
Violation of a law, agreement, or set of rules
18 terms
SAT English
-acy, -amce-, -ence, -hood, -ity, -men…
-ant, -eer, -ent, -er, -ian, -ier, -is…
-ation, -ition, -ion
-ate
state, quality, or condition of, act or process of
one who does or makes something
act or result of
to become, produce, or treat
-acy, -amce-, -ence, -hood, -ity, -men…
state, quality, or condition of, act or process of
-ant, -eer, -ent, -er, -ian, -ier, -is…
one who does or makes something
22 terms
English SAT
Decorous
Cathartic
Abhorrent
Amicable
Proper
Cleansing
Disgusting,loathsome
Friendly
Decorous
Proper
Cathartic
Cleansing
25 terms
sat English
bolstered
industrious
dislodge
vexed
pillow, support
hard working
to remove of force out
annoyed
bolstered
pillow, support
industrious
hard working
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…
25 terms
ENGLISH SAT
Abstract
Abomination
Absolve
Accentuate
theoretical; impersonal
something despised or abhorred; extreme loathing
to forgive or free from blame; to free from sin; to free from…
to emphasize; to accent; to highlight
Abstract
theoretical; impersonal
Abomination
something despised or abhorred; extreme loathing
SAT English Vocab #3
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Enscounce
Forgiveness; Pardon; Release
Obvious
Praiseworthy
Establish firmly in a position
Absolution
Forgiveness; Pardon; Release
Blatant
Obvious
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
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
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…
20 terms
ENGLISH sat
equivocate
assiduous
aptitude
circumspect
verb to avoid making an explict statement
adj constant in application or attention; dilligent
noun an inherent abilty
adi heedful of citcumstances and consequences
equivocate
verb to avoid making an explict statement
assiduous
adj constant in application or attention; dilligent
English SAT
Hamper
Remuneration
Bigot
Counterfeit
To hinder or obstruct
When you pay for work done
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Fake; false; not real or true
Hamper
To hinder or obstruct
Remuneration
When you pay for work done
11 terms
9th grade English SAT
abstract
eccentric
sage
advocate
concept or ideas
person of specified kind
aromatic fresh leaves
person who pleads for a cause
abstract
concept or ideas
eccentric
person of specified kind
25 terms
English sat
acrimonious
ameliorate
amenable
amorphous
caustic
to make better, to relieve, to improve
open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion
shapeless, having no definite form
acrimonious
caustic
ameliorate
to make better, to relieve, to improve
SAT English new Vocab
Calisthenics
Aggrandizing
Sublunary
Ambivalence
form of exercise; gymnastic exercise
increase the power status & wealth
to be worldy
conflicted
Calisthenics
form of exercise; gymnastic exercise
Aggrandizing
increase the power status & wealth
SAT ENGLISH
Numberless
Immeasurable
Singular
Duplicity
too numerous to be counted
beyond calculation or measure
Unique; extraordinary
contradictory doubleness of thought, speech or action, especi…
Numberless
too numerous to be counted
Immeasurable
beyond calculation or measure
51 terms
SAT English
Subject-Verb Agreement: When Subject F…
Despite an intensive campaign to encou…
High above the Hudson River rises the…
Subject-Verb Agreement: When Subject a…
singular subjects call for singular verbs and plural subjects…
Trick: there is... Tip: LOOK FOR SUBJECT... Subject: Americans
Trick: putting subject after verb instead of before... Tip: LOOK…
SAT inserts additional information about the subject before t…
Subject-Verb Agreement: When Subject F…
singular subjects call for singular verbs and plural subjects…
Despite an intensive campaign to encou…
Trick: there is... Tip: LOOK FOR SUBJECT... Subject: Americans
84 terms
English SAT
allot
apotheosis
din
feud
to divide or distribute by share or portion; distribute or pa…
elevation to godhood or divine-like status; an ideal example…
a loud, confused noise; a continued loud or tumultuous sound;…
to engage in a quarrel, conflict, or dispute
allot
to divide or distribute by share or portion; distribute or pa…
apotheosis
elevation to godhood or divine-like status; an ideal example…
5 terms
English SAT
Behemoth
Bequeath
Berate
Bereft
Any creature or thing of monstrous size or power
To hand down, pass off
To scold, rebuke
Deprived
Behemoth
Any creature or thing of monstrous size or power
Bequeath
To hand down, pass off
20 terms
English Sat
Innocuous
Laudatory
Magnanimous
Legerdemain
Harmless
Expressing admiration
Noble
Deception
Innocuous
Harmless
Laudatory
Expressing admiration
10 terms
English sat
labyrinth
loquacious
desiccate
diverse
a maze
talking a lot or too much
to dry out
different, various
labyrinth
a maze
loquacious
talking a lot or too much
11 terms
English SAT
ambiguous
ascend
augment
baleful
more than one meaning
rise
to make greater
destructve
ambiguous
more than one meaning
ascend
rise
10 terms
English sat
Bulwark
Cache
Cacophony
Cajole
A defensive wall
A hiding place
Harsh sounds
A wheedle, coax, persuade
Bulwark
A defensive wall
Cache
A hiding place
88 terms
SAT English
error: Coating the sidewalk, we trudge…
error: The jacket was too small on the…
make sure that items in a list have th…
error: to boost the number of women in…
fix: we trudged through the heavy snow coating the sidewalk.…
fix: the jacket on the sale rack was too small.
grammatical format (verb tense)
fix: to boost the number of women in STEM fields, including e…
error: Coating the sidewalk, we trudge…
fix: we trudged through the heavy snow coating the sidewalk.…
error: The jacket was too small on the…
fix: the jacket on the sale rack was too small.
10 terms
english sat
exemplary
extenuating
florid
forbearance
outstanding
something that makes the situation not as bad
complex;ornate
patience; restrain
exemplary
outstanding
extenuating
something that makes the situation not as bad
15 terms
SAT English
Sentence
Sentence (another term)
phrase
dependent clause
Sentence needs a singular subject and predicate
independent clause
no subject or predicate
can not stand alone
Sentence
Sentence needs a singular subject and predicate
Sentence (another term)
independent clause
SAT ENGLISH
Author of the set English book
Page 9 an underlined pronoun
An underlined verb
More than less than
In place of a noun
Points to a pronoun error
Points to a pronoun error
Faulty comparisons
Author of the set English book
In place of a noun
Page 9 an underlined pronoun
Points to a pronoun error
107 terms
SAT English
mode
consonance
ballad
limerick
A way or method of doing something; type, manner, fashion
Repetition of a consonant sound within two or more words in c…
A narrative poem written in four-line stanzas, characterized…
A five line poem in which lines 1, 2 and 5 rhyme and lines 3…
mode
A way or method of doing something; type, manner, fashion
consonance
Repetition of a consonant sound within two or more words in c…
sat english
receptive
veranda
charcoal
brazier
open and responsive to ideas or suggestions... متقبل
a porch along the outside of a building (sometimes partly enc…
a stick of black carbon material used for drawing,or a carbon…
n. An open pan or basin for holding live coals. مدخنة
receptive
open and responsive to ideas or suggestions... متقبل
veranda
a porch along the outside of a building (sometimes partly enc…
10 terms
english sat
ambivalent
Capricious
Concur
Cryptic
Have mixed Feelings
unpredictable, erratic
to agree
mysterious puzzling
ambivalent
Have mixed Feelings
Capricious
unpredictable, erratic
English SAT
Reciprocal
Superficial
Apathetic
Ambigous
Given or felt by each toward the other
Obvious or whats in the surface
Not interested or no emotion
Lacking clearness
Reciprocal
Given or felt by each toward the other
Superficial
Obvious or whats in the surface
English sat
Defame
Curvilinear
Elapse
Veer
To libel or slander, take away a good name
Formed, bounded, or characterized by curved lines
To pass, or go by
Change in direction
Defame
To libel or slander, take away a good name
Curvilinear
Formed, bounded, or characterized by curved lines
English SAT
Cacophony
Euphonic
Scatologic
Lugubrious
A harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
Pleasing to the ear
Characterized by an interest in excrement
Looking or sounding sad
Cacophony
A harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
Euphonic
Pleasing to the ear
20 terms
english SAT
amity
blandishment
callous
carping
friendship
flattery
insensitive
finding fault
amity
friendship
blandishment
flattery
19 terms
English SAT
Reprove
Prolific
Extol
Innate
to scold
fruitful
to praise
existing from birth
Reprove
to scold
Prolific
fruitful
8 terms
English sat
skeptical
stubborn
seemingly
objective
(adj) doubtful
(adj) obstinate 頑固な、強情な
(adv) apparently うわべでは、見せかけでは、見たところでは、一見したところ
(n) a thing aimed at , a goal 目標、目的
skeptical
(adj) doubtful
stubborn
(adj) obstinate 頑固な、強情な
20 terms
English SAT
plauseable
profound
imperious
inherent
acceptable
seriousness
over bearing
built in (natural)
plauseable
acceptable
profound
seriousness
10 terms
ENGLISH SAT
Affable
Anachronism
Amorphous
Anecdote
Easy to talk to; warmly friendly; sociable; approachable
Something out of place chronologically, not in its proper his…
Lacking shape or definition
Short account of a supposedly interesting or amusing incident
Affable
Easy to talk to; warmly friendly; sociable; approachable
Anachronism
Something out of place chronologically, not in its proper his…
English SAT
Approbation
Assuage
Coalition
Decadence
Aproval or praise
Make a feeling less intense
An alliance, brings people together
Lack of morality
Approbation
Aproval or praise
Assuage
Make a feeling less intense
10 terms
English sat
Rebuttal
Data synthesis
Affirmation
Shift
Contradiction
Combine data and compare
Stating something
Move from one place to another
Rebuttal
Contradiction
Data synthesis
Combine data and compare
5 terms
English SAT
Preemptive (adjective)
A pair of dashes/commas, but not one o…
Self-effacement
Audacious (adjective)-bold/brave
= early/before it is necessary... (Example: cutting down trees t…
(Example: my new shoes - the ones I bought last Saturday - go…
humility; the act of keeping oneself in the background
(adjective)-bold/brave
Preemptive (adjective)
= early/before it is necessary... (Example: cutting down trees t…
A pair of dashes/commas, but not one o…
(Example: my new shoes - the ones I bought last Saturday - go…
12 terms
English SAT
conjecture
proliferate
purported
adherent
An inference based upon guesswork; a supposition: may be base…
to increase in number quickly: multiply
claimed as true, but probably false
follower; supporter; believer
conjecture
An inference based upon guesswork; a supposition: may be base…
proliferate
to increase in number quickly: multiply
11 terms
English SAT
altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others (genourous)
having contrary feeling or attiitudes uncertain as to course…
Lean;sharp cornered;gaunt (physical description)
overbearing assuming;proud(confident)
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others (genourous)
Ambivalent
having contrary feeling or attiitudes uncertain as to course…
19 terms
SAT English
They're/their/there
Devour/dispatch/overindulge on/dispose…
Confided/promulgated/imparted/unveiled
Preserve/carry on/maintain/sustain
...
...
...
...
They're/their/there
...
Devour/dispatch/overindulge on/dispose…
...
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
English SAT
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded,prejudice person
Fake,false
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded,prejudice person
25 terms
English sat
Ambiguous
Amiable
Crass
Discursive
Having more than one meaning
Friendly:socialble
Crude unrefined
Rambling
Ambiguous
Having more than one meaning
Amiable
Friendly:socialble
English SAT
Accede
Adverse
Affable
Boisterous
To agree
Unfavorable, dangerous
Friendly
Loud and full of energy
Accede
To agree
Adverse
Unfavorable, dangerous
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