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50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #1
allude
forbid
ye
expel
to refer indirectly
keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing
plural form of 'thou'
to send out or away
allude
to refer indirectly
forbid
keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing
10 terms
SAT Vocab #1
anecdote
cantankerous
chicanery
coherent
a short, humorous account
difficult or irritating to deal with
trickery
logically consistent, intelligible
anecdote
a short, humorous account
cantankerous
difficult or irritating to deal with
10 terms
SAT Words List 1
foible
bloviate
surreptitious
incontrovertible
A minor weakness or failing of character; slight flaw or defe…
To speak or write at length in a pompous or boastful manner.
1. Done, made, or gotten by stealth (sneaky/sly).... 2. Acting w…
Too clear or certain to admit of dispute; indisputable; unque…
foible
A minor weakness or failing of character; slight flaw or defe…
bloviate
To speak or write at length in a pompous or boastful manner.
26 terms
Sat 1
trivial
irrelevant
lamented
repudiation
Unimportant
Having nothing to do with the subject
mourned or grieved for
refusal, denial
trivial
Unimportant
irrelevant
Having nothing to do with the subject
10 terms
SAT 1
Aloof
Austere
Bulwark
Cacophony
Daydreaming/Not caring
Serious
Wall/Fence
Loud/Annoying Noises
Aloof
Daydreaming/Not caring
Austere
Serious
20 terms
SAT Word List #1 - SAT Word Test 1
abhor
abominate
abstract
absurd
to loathe; to detest
to loathe; to hate
not thought as concrete or real; mental
unreasonable; foolish
abhor
to loathe; to detest
abominate
to loathe; to hate
20 terms
SAT List 1
abridge
Abstemious
abstract
censure
(v.) to make shorter
moderate in appetite
difficult to understand
To criticize harshly
abridge
(v.) to make shorter
Abstemious
moderate in appetite
10 terms
SAT Word Set # 1
abhorrent (adj.)
adulation (n.)
amicable (adj.)
anachronism (n.)
disgusting
excessive flattery or admiration
friendly
chronologically incorrect; an error in order of time
abhorrent (adj.)
disgusting
adulation (n.)
excessive flattery or admiration
10 terms
SAT Words - Week 1
abstract
abstruse
acclaim
accolade
(adj) theoretical; not concrete
(adj) hard to understand
(v) praise; applaud
(n) an award, or praise
abstract
(adj) theoretical; not concrete
abstruse
(adj) hard to understand
10 terms
Redesigned SAT - Workshop 1
accede
acclaim
acquiesce
affable
to agree
praise
to give in
friendly
accede
to agree
acclaim
praise
20 terms
SAT Quack! - Volume 1
nefarious
hiatus
pugnacious
obscure
evil
vacation
eager to fight
dark or hard to understand
nefarious
evil
hiatus
vacation
10 terms
SAT 1
abhor
bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
give voting rights
abhor
hate
bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary 1
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... (+/0/-)
overbearingly assuming, insolently proud... (-)
altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous.... (+)
ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
13 terms
SAT Vocabulary, Group 1
Abhor ( verb)
Bigot (noun)
Counterfeit ( adjective)
Counterfeit ( noun)
loath, dislike, detest, hate, abominate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake, false
fake
Abhor ( verb)
loath, dislike, detest, hate, abominate
Bigot (noun)
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 1 Vocabulary
accessible
acumen
agitate
beneficial
approachable, attainable, reachable
keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
to excite, disturb, or trouble; worry
helpful; useful; advantageous
accessible
approachable, attainable, reachable
acumen
keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
25 terms
SAT #1
abate
abdicate
aberration
abhor
become less in amount or intensity
give up a position
something unusual, different from the norm
to really hate
abate
become less in amount or intensity
abdicate
give up a position
20 terms
Quack SAT #1
delineate
nefarious
vernacular
brawn
to describe accurately
extreme wickedness
everyday speech;slang
muscular strength
delineate
to describe accurately
nefarious
extreme wickedness
100 terms
SAT Intensive Vocab List1
acclaimed
casual
lean
torpor
praised
nonchalant; informal
thin
dormancy; sluggishness; inactivity
acclaimed
praised
casual
nonchalant; informal
10 terms
SAT words 1-10
abate
aberration
abstain
adversity
become less in amount or intensity
a state or condition markedly different from the norm.
choose not to consume.
a state of misfortune or affliction
abate
become less in amount or intensity
aberration
a state or condition markedly different from the norm.
13 terms
SAT Vocabulary #1
Adhere
Aloof
Ambiguous
Analyze
verb: stick completely to a surface or substance* [or] believ…
adjective: not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
adjective: open to more than one interpretation; having a dou…
verb: examine in detail, typically for purposes of explanatio…
Adhere
verb: stick completely to a surface or substance* [or] believ…
Aloof
adjective: not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
10 terms
SAT 1
abhor
abominate
abridge
abut
to hate very much
to dislike strongly
to shorten
to border upon
abhor
to hate very much
abominate
to dislike strongly
17 terms
SAT Writing Practice 1
Commas
Apostrophe
Semicolon
Colon
-lists ... - on each side of an appositive ... - sperate dependent…
- possession: after noun of possession (Alison's)... - contracti…
- separate 2 INDEPENDENT CLAUSES ... **when in doubt leave it ou…
-after independent clause to introduce a follow up statement…
Commas
-lists ... - on each side of an appositive ... - sperate dependent…
Apostrophe
- possession: after noun of possession (Alison's)... - contracti…
5 terms
SAT 1
Ameliorate
Opulence
Culpable
Nefarious
To make an on pleasant situation
Luxury; riches
Guilty; blameworthy
Extremely evil
Ameliorate
To make an on pleasant situation
Opulence
Luxury; riches
27 terms
SAT word list 1
abase
abash
abate
abbreviate
humiliate
embarrass
subside; decrease; lessen
shorten
abase
humiliate
abash
embarrass
10 terms
SAT 1
Arid
Collaborate
Disdain
Empathy
Lack of sufficient water or rainfall
Work together
Strong dislike
Understanding one's feelings
Arid
Lack of sufficient water or rainfall
Collaborate
Work together
11 terms
SAT Vocabulary #1
Adhere
Adheres
Aloof
Ambiguous
verb: stick completely to a surface or substance; believe in…
The monk ______________ to the no eating meat rule.
adjective: not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant... The…
adjective: open to more than one interpretation; having a dou…
Adhere
verb: stick completely to a surface or substance; believe in…
Adheres
The monk ______________ to the no eating meat rule.
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Unit 1
adulation
altruistic
coalesce
derivative
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
(v) come together, unite; fuse together
adj. unoriginal; derived from another source
adulation
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive
altruistic
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
5 terms
SAT Vocabulary Test 1
arrogant
aversion
discern
disparage
adjective... overbearingly assuming; insolently proud... (Hint: sno…
noun... strong disinclination; strong dislike... (Hint: I have an _…
verb... to differentiate between two or more things; to perceive…
verb... to degrade; to speak of someone in a derogatory manner... (…
arrogant
adjective... overbearingly assuming; insolently proud... (Hint: sno…
aversion
noun... strong disinclination; strong dislike... (Hint: I have an _…
20 terms
SAT - Volume 1
nefarious
hiatus
pugnacious
obscure
evil
vacation
eager to fight
dark or hard to understand
nefarious
evil
hiatus
vacation
20 terms
SAT List 1
abridge
Abstemious
abstract
censure
(v.) to make shorter
moderate in appetite
difficult to understand, not concrete
To criticize harshly
abridge
(v.) to make shorter
Abstemious
moderate in appetite
10 terms
SAT 1
indefatigable; unflagging
indomitable
vacillate
hubris
tireless
invincible; incapable of being conquered
to waver; hesitate; swing back and forth; be indecisive
exaggerated pride; arrogance
indefatigable; unflagging
tireless
indomitable
invincible; incapable of being conquered
10 terms
SAT 1
aberration
abstinence
abstract
acclaim
n. a deviating from the normal path or usual course of action…
n. the giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink.
adj. (literary term, not available for blue cards) theoretica…
n. loud applause; approval. (When used as a verb, acclaim mea…
aberration
n. a deviating from the normal path or usual course of action…
abstinence
n. the giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink.
10 terms
SAT set #1
Abhor
Enfranchise
Bigot
Counterfeit
Hate
To give a vote
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Fake;false
Abhor
Hate
Enfranchise
To give a vote
27 terms
SAT Vocabulary #1
Abridge
Abstract
Academic
Acclaim
Condense or shorten
Theoretical; not concrete
Related to education
Applaud; announce with great approval
Abridge
Condense or shorten
Abstract
Theoretical; not concrete
21 terms
SAT Lesson 1:1-15
discern
disparage
disparity
embellish
to differentiate between two or more things
to speak of someone in a negative way
unequal
to decorate, to make beautiful with ornamentation
discern
to differentiate between two or more things
disparage
to speak of someone in a negative way
10 terms
SAT Words, List 1
scrutinize
egalitarian
surfeit
potentate
to examine or look at very closely
one who advocates the doctrine of equal rights
an overabundance of something
a powerful ruler or an important person
scrutinize
to examine or look at very closely
egalitarian
one who advocates the doctrine of equal rights
12 terms
SAT 1
Palindrome
Adage
Hackneyed
Hyperbole
Word or phrase that reads the same backward & forward... ex. bob…
An old saying now accepted as truthful... ex. A penny saved is a…
Made common by overuse
Exaggeration; not to be taken seriously
Palindrome
Word or phrase that reads the same backward & forward... ex. bob…
Adage
An old saying now accepted as truthful... ex. A penny saved is a…
20 terms
SAT 1 Words
Abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
Abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
abstinence
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
10 terms
SAT 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow- minded, predjudiced person
Fake; false
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow- minded, predjudiced person
10 terms
SAT Vocab List #1
vicarious
enigma
adulate
orthodox
done by one person substituting for another
mystery, puzzle
to praise excessively.
conservative; fundamental, the established beliefs of a relig…
vicarious
done by one person substituting for another
enigma
mystery, puzzle
10 terms
SAT Words 1
Earnestly
veranda
scuttling
brazier
sincerely
Porch
moving quickly
An open pan or basin for holding live coals.
Earnestly
sincerely
veranda
Porch
10 terms
SAT Words List 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Fake; false
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Quiz #1
enhance
glutton
tout
brawn
to intensify, improve
someone who consumes too much food or drink
to praise highly
muscular strength
enhance
to intensify, improve
glutton
someone who consumes too much food or drink
12 terms
SAT #1
abbreviate
accessible
acknowledge
adversity
verb- shorten; abridge
adjective- capable of being reached
verb- to recognize the rights, authority, or status of
noun- a condition marked by misfortune, calamity, or distress
abbreviate
verb- shorten; abridge
accessible
adjective- capable of being reached
50 terms
SAT 1
abase
abbess
abdicate
abdomen
to humble; disgrace
A woman, commonly called Mother Superior, in charge of a conv…
to give up a position, right, or power
in the area of the belly
abase
to humble; disgrace
abbess
A woman, commonly called Mother Superior, in charge of a conv…
15 terms
SAT 1
abase
accustom
deficient
evasion
to humble; disgrace
v. To make familiar by use.
lacking an essential quality; inadequate in amount or degree
An act of escaping or avoiding
abase
to humble; disgrace
accustom
v. To make familiar by use.
85 terms
sat1
sluggish
torpid
static
stationary
迟钝的、呆滞的、萧条的
Inactive, sluggish, dull
静止的... (adj) fixed, not moving or changing, lacking vitality
固定的
sluggish
迟钝的、呆滞的、萧条的
torpid
Inactive, sluggish, dull
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
989 terms
SAT Vocabulary 1
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
10 terms
SAT Words - Week 1
abstract
abstruse
acclaim
accolade
theoretical; not concrete
hard to understand
praise; applaud
an award, or praise
abstract
theoretical; not concrete
abstruse
hard to understand
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