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10 terms
SAT Hit Parade list 1
enigma
pious
conciliate
superficial
a puzzle; a mystery
Deeply religious
(v.) to overcome the distrust of, win over; to appease, pacif…
(adj.) on or near the surface; concerned with or understandin…
enigma
a puzzle; a mystery
pious
Deeply religious
20 terms
SAT hit parade words
provocative
advocate
arrogant
contempt
sexual excitement / causing annoyance
to support
snobby
disdain (being on your high horse)
provocative
sexual excitement / causing annoyance
advocate
to support
61 terms
SAT Hit Parade(2)
novel
philanthropy
tentative
deference
새로운; 창의적인
박애주의; 자선 행위
시험적인; 일시적인; 불확실한
다른 사람의 의지에 복종; 존경; 정중
novel
새로운; 창의적인
philanthropy
박애주의; 자선 행위
40 terms
SAT Hit Parade(3)
taciturn
ameliorate
atrophy
dubious
천성적으로 과묵한
개선하다
쓸모가 없어 위축되다, 쇠약해지다
의심스러운; 확실하지 않은
taciturn
천성적으로 과묵한
ameliorate
개선하다
9 terms
SAT Hit Parade
didactic... synonym: academic
effusive... synonym: lavish
euphemism... synonym: pretense
acumen... synonym: intuition
instructive
showing dramatic emotion
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
quickness, accuracy, and keenness of judgement or insight
didactic... synonym: academic
instructive
effusive... synonym: lavish
showing dramatic emotion
10 terms
SAT Hit List 1
Avarice
Censure
Entreaty
Galling
Greed for wealth
To blame or condemn
A plea, an earnest request
Very irritating
Avarice
Greed for wealth
Censure
To blame or condemn
21 terms
SAT VOCAB THE HIT PARADE
Decipt
Controversy
Undermine
Advocate
To represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
A usually prolonged public dispute; argument
To weaken, sabotage, subcert, debilitate, destabalize
To support or urge by argument, especially publicy
Decipt
To represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
Controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute; argument
28 terms
SAT Hit Parade
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
describe neutral (painting)
argument negative (politics)
weaken, sabotage, destablize negative (bully)
support by argument (lawyer)
depict
describe neutral (painting)
controversy
argument negative (politics)
28 terms
SAT Vocabulary-The Hit Parade
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicity
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
22 terms
SAT Hit Parade Set 2
slander
spendthrift
prodigal
defendant
untruthful spoken attack on someone's reputation... That's _____…
a person who spends money wastefully... This frog looking dude i…
wasteful
someone who has been accused of committing a crime... These ____…
slander
untruthful spoken attack on someone's reputation... That's _____…
spendthrift
a person who spends money wastefully... This frog looking dude i…
20 terms
SAT test prep 2014 vocab hit parade 1
abhor
abridge
abstemious
aesthetic
To hate
reduce in scope while retaining essential elements
sparing in consumption of especially food and drink
(philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful
abhor
To hate
abridge
reduce in scope while retaining essential elements
20 terms
SAT "Hit" List #41-60
Complacent
Guile
Squander
Incessant
Smug; self-satisfied; pleased with oneself; contended to a fa…
cunning; duplicity.
to waste.
Unccasing; never ending.
Complacent
Smug; self-satisfied; pleased with oneself; contended to a fa…
Guile
cunning; duplicity.
20 terms
SAT "Hit List" #81-100
Voluntary
Didactic
Disparate
Disparage
willing; unforced.
instructive; intended to instruct.
different; incompatible.
to belittle; to say uncomplimentary things about, usually in…
Voluntary
willing; unforced.
Didactic
instructive; intended to instruct.
20 terms
SAT "Hit" List #61-80
Philanthropy
Tentative
Deference
Vacillate
love of mankind donation to charity.
experimental; temporary; uncertain.
submission to another's will; respect; courtesy.
to be indecisive; to waver back and forth.
Philanthropy
love of mankind donation to charity.
Tentative
experimental; temporary; uncertain.
20 terms
SAT "Hit List" #201-220
Ambiguous
Paucity
Rescind
Subtle
unclear in meaning; confusing; capable of being interpreted i…
scarcity.
to repeal; to take back formally.
not obvious; able to make fine distinctions.
Ambiguous
unclear in meaning; confusing; capable of being interpreted i…
Paucity
scarcity.
86 terms
Princeton Review SAT HIT Parade
abase
abstruse
acumen
adroit
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
Difficult to understand
Keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
abase
Degrade or humble; to lower in rank, status, or esteem
abstruse
Difficult to understand
24 terms
SAT "Hit List" # 221-244
Marred
Nullify
Parsimony
propriety
damaged; bruised.
to make unimportant.
stinginess.
properness; good manners.
Marred
damaged; bruised.
Nullify
to make unimportant.
20 terms
SAT "Hit List" #181-200
Hackneyed
Amass
Willful
Bastion
banal; overused; trite (a cliché is a hackneyed expression).
to accumulate.
deliberate; obstinate; insistent on having ones way.
stronghold; fortress; fortified place.
Hackneyed
banal; overused; trite (a cliché is a hackneyed expression).
Amass
to accumulate.
42 terms
The SAT Hit Parade pg 1 and 2
Obscure
Relevant
Resolute
reticent
unclear, partially hidden, hard to understand
important, pertinent
determined, firm, unwavering
uncommunicative, restrained
Obscure
unclear, partially hidden, hard to understand
Relevant
important, pertinent
18 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Week 3
ebullience
exorbitant
opulent
vicarious
intense enthusiasm (binky the BULLI has eBULLIence for music)
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness (going out of…
displaying great wealth
felt or undergone as if one were taking part in the experienc…
ebullience
intense enthusiasm (binky the BULLI has eBULLIence for music)
exorbitant
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness (going out of…
502 terms
[Word Smart Part C] The SAT Hit Parade 1-4 All
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not interested in or concerned about something; neutral;neith…
lack of emotion or interest; the feeling of not having much e…
unclear ; clouded ; partially hidden ; hard to understand;not…
unbiased ; neutral.... an impartial evaluation of the job applic…
indifferent
not interested in or concerned about something; neutral;neith…
apathy
lack of emotion or interest; the feeling of not having much e…
140 terms
[Word Smart Part C] The SAT Hit Parade (2/4)
acquiesce
atrophy
dubious
flagrant
to give in ; to agree
to waste away from lack of use; medical : gradual loss of mus…
doubtful ; uncertain... He made the highly dubious claim that E…
very bad; outstandingly bad... flagrant abuse of the law... her fl…
acquiesce
to give in ; to agree
atrophy
to waste away from lack of use; medical : gradual loss of mus…
123 terms
[Word Smart Part C] The SAT Hit Parade (1/4)
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not interested in or concerned about something; neutral;neith…
lack of emotion or interest; the feeling of not having much e…
unclear ; clouded ; partially hidden ; hard to understand;not…
unbiased ; neutral.... an impartial evaluation of the job applic…
indifferent
not interested in or concerned about something; neutral;neith…
apathy
lack of emotion or interest; the feeling of not having much e…
929 terms
[Word Smart Part C] The SAT+GRE Hit Parade 1-4 All
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not interested in or concerned about something; neutral;neith…
lack of emotion or interest; the feeling of not having much e…
unclear ; clouded ; partially hidden ; hard to understand;not…
unbiased ; neutral.... an impartial evaluation of the job applic…
indifferent
not interested in or concerned about something; neutral;neith…
apathy
lack of emotion or interest; the feeling of not having much e…
20 terms
SAT Verbal (TERMS List 1)
Transient
Urbane
Meticulous
Disseminate
adj. existing for a short period of time
adj. polite, suave, and cultivated in manner
adj. showing great attention to detail; extremely careful and…
v. to spread out
Transient
adj. existing for a short period of time
Urbane
adj. polite, suave, and cultivated in manner
100 terms
SAT Intensive Vocab List2
skiff
scull (v)
inlet
barge
small boat
to propel a boat with small ores
a small opening between a small and a larger body of water
freight boat
skiff
small boat
scull (v)
to propel a boat with small ores
22 terms
Direct Hit Day 3
Ambiguous (a)
Elated (a)
Upbraid (v)
Reproach (v)
unclear; uncertain; open to more than one interpretation; not…
Delighted; very happy
To express diasapproval; scold; rebuck CENSURE, reproach, cas…
To express diasapproval; scold; rebuck CENSURE, upbraid, cast…
Ambiguous (a)
unclear; uncertain; open to more than one interpretation; not…
Elated (a)
Delighted; very happy
160 terms
SAT Intensive Vocab List8
Vermin
Armor
Domed
Arches
any of various small animals or insects that are pests
any kind of protective covering
roof having a circular, generally hemispherical shape.
curved structures that take weight of a building
Vermin
any of various small animals or insects that are pests
Armor
any kind of protective covering
167 terms
SAT Intensive Vocab List7
Acquaintance
Wretched
Mortify
Penitential
a person known to one, but usually not a close friend
very unhappy or unfortunate; miserable
to embarrass or humiliate
feeling pain or sorrow for wrongs committed; sorry
Acquaintance
a person known to one, but usually not a close friend
Wretched
very unhappy or unfortunate; miserable
18 terms
(New) SAT Math Strategies
What do you do if a geometry question…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
How do you find the area of a shaded r…
What do you do when a multiple choice…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region f…
Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…
What do you do if a geometry question…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
18 terms
(New) SAT Math Strategies
What do you do if a geometry question…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
How do you find the area of a shaded r…
What do you do when a multiple choice…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region f…
Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…
What do you do if a geometry question…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
10 terms
SAT Lesson 3A
balm
beget
beleaguer
bereave
something that heals or comforts; soothing; an oil or ointment
to give birth to; to create
to besiege; beset, surround, harass
to suffer the death of a loved one
balm
something that heals or comforts; soothing; an oil or ointment
beget
to give birth to; to create
203 terms
Reading Hit Parade
aesthetic
allusion
ambivalent
anecdote
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
an indirect reference
simultaneously feeling opposing feelings (ambidextrous)
short account of a real event
aesthetic
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
allusion
an indirect reference
35 terms
GRE Hit Parade G1 (First 35)
Abscond
Aberrant
Alacrity
Anomaly
(v.) to depart clandestinely (secretly); to steal off and hide
(adj.) deviating from the norm
(n.) eager and enthusiastic willingness
(n.) deviation from the normal order, form, or rule; abnormal…
Abscond
(v.) to depart clandestinely (secretly); to steal off and hide
Aberrant
(adj.) deviating from the norm
9 terms
SAT Words - Week 6 with examples
banal
beguile
belie
belligerent
(adj) boring; trite; insipid... ex:) The script was filled with…
(v) to cheat or deceive, usually through charm; to amuse... ex:…
(v) to give an impression that is the opposite of the way thi…
(adj) having a strong tendency to argue and fight... ex:) The a…
banal
(adj) boring; trite; insipid... ex:) The script was filled with…
beguile
(v) to cheat or deceive, usually through charm; to amuse... ex:…
54 terms
SAT Study Guide
arc length
x intercept
special right triangle (45)
special right triangle (60)
y = 0 and plug in y = mx + b
arc length
x intercept
y = 0 and plug in y = mx + b
11 terms
SAT Words Lesson 5
SAT Lesson 5
Balm... Link Lip Balm
Beget... Link: Forget
Beleaguer... Link: Big Leaguer
By: Madisyn Harris
something that heals or comforts
to give birth to
to beset; to besiege, surround, haras
SAT Lesson 5
By: Madisyn Harris
Balm... Link Lip Balm
something that heals or comforts
27 terms
SAT JUNE 2015
a purchase
Brussels
fun
funny
something that you buy
the capital city of Belgium
enjoyable
humorous; causing laughter
a purchase
something that you buy
Brussels
the capital city of Belgium
78 terms
GRE Hit Parade #3
Acumen
Adulterate
Amalgamate
Archaic
(noun) keen, accurate judgment or insight
(verb) to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
(verb) to combine several elements into a whole
(adj.) outdated; associated with an earlier, perhaps more pri…
Acumen
(noun) keen, accurate judgment or insight
Adulterate
(verb) to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
72 terms
GRE Hit Parade #4
Acerbic
Aggrandize
Alchemy
Amenable
(adj) having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; biting
(verb) to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
(noun) a medieval science aimed at the transmutation of metal…
(adj) agreeable; responsive to suggestion
Acerbic
(adj) having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; biting
Aggrandize
(verb) to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
36 terms
GRE Hit Parade G4 (Last 36)
Pervade
Phlegmatic
Plethora
Pragmatic
(v.) to permeate throughout
(adj.) calm; sluggish; unemotional
(n.) an overabundance; a surplus
(adj.) practical rather than idealistic
Pervade
(v.) to permeate throughout
Phlegmatic
(adj.) calm; sluggish; unemotional
35 terms
GRE Hit Parade G2 (First 35)
Abate
Accolade
Adulation
Aesthetic
(v.) to lessen in intensity or degree
(n.) an expression of praise
(n.) excessive praise; intense adoration
(adj.) dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or…
Abate
(v.) to lessen in intensity or degree
Accolade
(n.) an expression of praise
78 terms
Beyond the Hit Parade 2
Abjure
Adumbrate
Anathema
Anodyne
to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
to foreshadow vaguely or intimate; to suggest or outline sket…
a solemn or ecclesiastical (religious) curse; accursed or tho…
soothing; something that assuages or allays pain or comforts
Abjure
to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
Adumbrate
to foreshadow vaguely or intimate; to suggest or outline sket…
52 terms
Beyond the Hit Parade 1
Alloy
Appropriate
Arrest, arresting
August
to commingle; to debase by mixing with something inferior (un…
to take for one's own use; to confiscate
to suspend; to engage; holding one's attention: as in arreste…
majestic; venerable
Alloy
to commingle; to debase by mixing with something inferior (un…
Appropriate
to take for one's own use; to confiscate
42 terms
GRE Hit Parade G1 (Last 42)
Magnanimity
Martial
Mundane
Nascent
(n.) the quality of being generously noble in mind and heart,…
(adj.) associated with war and the armed forces
(adj.) of the world; typical of or concerned with the ordinary
(adj.) coming into being; in early developmental stages
Magnanimity
(n.) the quality of being generously noble in mind and heart,…
Martial
(adj.) associated with war and the armed forces
51 terms
2016 Princeton Review GRE Vocabulary (Beyond the Hit Parade 1) With Pictures!!
alloy
appropriate
arrest, arresting
august
(verb) to commingle;to debase by mixing w/ something inferior…
(verb) to take for one's own use; to confiscate
(verb)/(adj.) to suspend; to engage; holding one's attention:…
(adj.) majestic, venerable
alloy
(verb) to commingle;to debase by mixing w/ something inferior…
appropriate
(verb) to take for one's own use; to confiscate
35 terms
GRE Hit Parade G4 (First 35)
Acerbic
Aggrandize
Alchemy
Amenable
(adj.) having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; bit…
(v.) to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
(n.) a medieval science aimed at the transmutation of metals,…
(adj.) agreeable; responsive to suggestion
Acerbic
(adj.) having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; bit…
Aggrandize
(v.) to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
20 terms
SAT
Clandestine
surreptitious
ingenious
subterfuge
سري -secret ADJ... clan·des·tine... adjective... kept secret or done s…
sur·rep·ti·tious... ADJ... Hidden or secret; done without notice... th…
in·gen·ious ADJ.... (of a person) clever, original, and inventiv…
خدعة... sub·ter·fuge N.... An excuse or trick for escaping or hidin…
Clandestine
سري -secret ADJ... clan·des·tine... adjective... kept secret or done s…
surreptitious
sur·rep·ti·tious... ADJ... Hidden or secret; done without notice... th…
9 terms
The Three Little Pigs F
blew
blow
brick
huffed
thổi (thì quá khứ)
thổi (thì hiện tại)
gạch
thổi phù phù
blew
thổi (thì quá khứ)
blow
thổi (thì hiện tại)
76 terms
Hit Parade Group 2
Abate
Accolade
Adulation
Aesthetic
(verb) to lessen in intensity or degree
(noun) an expression of praise
(noun) excessive praise; intense adoration
(adj.) dealing with, appreciative of, or response to art or t…
Abate
(verb) to lessen in intensity or degree
Accolade
(noun) an expression of praise
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