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SAT Vocab - LANGUAGE ARTS
abridge
accede
acclaim
accost
1. (v.) to cut down, shorten (The publisher thought the dicti…
(v.) to agree (When the class asked the teacher whether they…
(n.) high praise (Greg's excellent poem won the acclaim of hi…
(v.) to confront verbally (Though Antoinette was normally qui…
abridge
1. (v.) to cut down, shorten (The publisher thought the dicti…
accede
(v.) to agree (When the class asked the teacher whether they…
14 terms
English Language Arts- SAT vocab
fecund
sage
vacuous
deride
fertile
a wise man/ or to be wise
lacking ideas/intelligence
to ridicule
fecund
fertile
sage
a wise man/ or to be wise
108 terms
Language Arts SAT Terms
debauchery
ebullient
facetious
aloof
wild living
overcome with joy and excitement
humorous
withdrawn
debauchery
wild living
ebullient
overcome with joy and excitement
language arts sat words
Anthology
Epilogue
Prologue
Satire
a collection of poems and stories
a closing section added to a novel or play
an introductory section added to a poem,novel, or story
a literary work that ridicules and derides human vices and we…
Anthology
a collection of poems and stories
Epilogue
a closing section added to a novel or play
SAT Vocal: Language Arts
anthology
epilogue
prologue
satire
a collection of poems and stories
a closing section added to a novel or play
an introductory section added to a poem, novel, or story
a literary work that ridicules and derides human vices and we…
anthology
a collection of poems and stories
epilogue
a closing section added to a novel or play
SAT Vocabulary: Language Arts
Abhor
Lament
Austere
Cacophony
Parts of speech:... Abhor - verb... Abhorrent- adjective... Abhorrenc…
Parts of speech:... Lament- verb... Lamentable- adjective... ... Defini…
Parts of speech:... Austere- adjective... Austerity- noun... Austerel…
Parts of speech:... Cacophony- noun... Cacophonic- adjective... Cacop…
Abhor
Parts of speech:... Abhor - verb... Abhorrent- adjective... Abhorrenc…
Lament
Parts of speech:... Lament- verb... Lamentable- adjective... ... Defini…
10 terms
SAT language arts vocab
Abase
Abduct
Balk
Beguile
To lower physically;to lower in rank,office,prestige,or esteem
To sieze and take away ( as a person) by force.
Hesitant or be unwilling to accept an idea or undertaking.
To decieve, deception,to trick or mislead
Abase
To lower physically;to lower in rank,office,prestige,or esteem
Abduct
To sieze and take away ( as a person) by force.
Language arts SAT #1
Indolence
Prodigal
Gullible
Protracted
Avoidance of activity or excertion; laziness
spending money or resources freely and recklessly; wastefully…
easily persuaded to believe something; credulous.
lasting for a long time or longer than expected or usual.
Indolence
Avoidance of activity or excertion; laziness
Prodigal
spending money or resources freely and recklessly; wastefully…
10 terms
Language Arts SAT Vocab
Defunct
Palpable
Accountable
Succinct
adj. dead or inactive; having ceased to exist ... Example: Altho…
adj. capable of being touched or felt ... Example: The ______ im…
adj. expected to answer for one's actions; responsible, liabl…
adj. brief and to the point; concise and terse ... Example: The…
Defunct
adj. dead or inactive; having ceased to exist ... Example: Altho…
Palpable
adj. capable of being touched or felt ... Example: The ______ im…
SAT language arts vocab
Abate
Abdicate
Aberration
Abstain
To make less amount, degree, force , etc. ... To deduct
To give up formally
A departure from what is normal
To hold back
Abate
To make less amount, degree, force , etc. ... To deduct
Abdicate
To give up formally
20 terms
SAT vocabulary language arts
Delineate
Nefarious
Vernacular
Brawn
To describe accuratly
Extreme wickedness
Everyday speech slang
Muscular strength
Delineate
To describe accuratly
Nefarious
Extreme wickedness
Language Arts: SAT Vocabulary
Obstreperous
Conspicuous
Mendacious
Portent
Noisy; boisterous; unruly; out of control
Easily noticable; prominent
Not truthful; false
An indication of something about to happen; an omen; a predic…
Obstreperous
Noisy; boisterous; unruly; out of control
Conspicuous
Easily noticable; prominent
10 terms
Language Arts SAT #3
deploy
writhe
egg
mete
to arrange strategically
to cause to twist or bend
to encourage to incite to action
to distribute by or as if by measure
deploy
to arrange strategically
writhe
to cause to twist or bend
10 terms
Language arts SAT vocabulary
Augmented
Efficient
Rueful
Emphatic
Made larger enlarged in size
Performing or functioning in the best possible manner
Feeling showing or expressing sorrow or pitty
Uttered with emphases; strongly expressive
Augmented
Made larger enlarged in size
Efficient
Performing or functioning in the best possible manner
10 terms
Language arts sat vocab
Aberration
Belittle
Cache
Debarth
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action
To make something less important
A hiding place
Shortage
Aberration
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action
Belittle
To make something less important
10 terms
Language Arts SAT #4
terse
coerse
diverse
abate
brief and to the point
to force by threatening
different
to reduce
terse
brief and to the point
coerse
to force by threatening
Language Arts SAT Words
Ameliorate
Cavort
Clairvoyant
Conflagration
To make or become better; more bearable, more satisfactory
To behave in a high spirited, festive manner
Having or claiming to have the ability to see objects or acti…
A destructive fire, usually an extensive one
Ameliorate
To make or become better; more bearable, more satisfactory
Cavort
To behave in a high spirited, festive manner
Language Arts SAT Words
Adversity
Annotate
Integrity
Anecdote
Synonym: Difficulty... Antonym: Easy... POS: Abstract Noun... Etymolog…
Synonym: Take Notes... Antonym: Non-annotate... POS: Verb... Etymology…
Synonym: Honesty... Antonym: deceiving... POS: Noun... Etymology: Midd…
Synonym: Story... Antonym: Expository Writing... POS: Abstract Noun…
Adversity
Synonym: Difficulty... Antonym: Easy... POS: Abstract Noun... Etymolog…
Annotate
Synonym: Take Notes... Antonym: Non-annotate... POS: Verb... Etymology…
31 terms
LANGUAGE ARTS SAT
Ajar
Aggrandize
Aftermath
Adjunct
not completely open, not completely closed
to increase in size
something that results or follows from an event
something added to another thing but not essential to it
Ajar
not completely open, not completely closed
Aggrandize
to increase in size
10 terms
language arts sat 2
Prance
Encroach
smitten
allude
to act or walk about in a lively maner
to intrude gradually upon the rights of another; to tresspass
very mich love
to refer to casually or indirectly
Prance
to act or walk about in a lively maner
Encroach
to intrude gradually upon the rights of another; to tresspass
40 terms
Language Arts, SAT Words
CONFLAGRATION
CULPABLE
LISTLESS
EMULATE
an extensive fire that destroys a great deal of land or prope…
deserving blame.
(of a person or their manner) lacking energy or enthusiasm
match or surpass (a person or achievement), typically by imit…
CONFLAGRATION
an extensive fire that destroys a great deal of land or prope…
CULPABLE
deserving blame.
30 terms
Language Arts Vocab (Sat)
Dialect
ascent
maxim
martyrdom
A usage or vocabulary that is a characteristic of a group of…
an upward slope
a saying that is widely understood o be wise
death because of a persons' adherence to a belief or cause.
Dialect
A usage or vocabulary that is a characteristic of a group of…
ascent
an upward slope
Language Arts SAT Vocabulary 5
Brevity
Circumscribe
Circumspect
Coherent
The use of few words to say something; briefness
To limit the size or amount of something; restrict
Thinking carefully about possible risks before doing or sayin…
Arranged logically, fitting together well; clear
Brevity
The use of few words to say something; briefness
Circumscribe
To limit the size or amount of something; restrict
Language Arts SAT Vocabulary 4
Anachronism
Anamoly
Criteria
Exacerbate
Something that is out of place in time
Something that doesn't fit in with the norm
Standards used to make judgement
To make a problem or condition worse
Anachronism
Something that is out of place in time
Anamoly
Something that doesn't fit in with the norm
29 terms
SAT Language Arts Final
Abhor
Abrogate
Bilk
Ensconce
Hate; detest utterly; loathe
To abolish by formal or official means; repeal
Cheat; defraud; to evade payment; escape
Establish firmly in a position; to settle securely
Abhor
Hate; detest utterly; loathe
Abrogate
To abolish by formal or official means; repeal
70 terms
Language Arts (SAT 1-7)
Accolade
Alienate
Aloof
Ambiance
Link: Lemonade... Praise
Link: Alien Ate... To make hostile
Link: Roof... Reserved in manner
Link: Ambulance... Mood, atmosphere
Accolade
Link: Lemonade... Praise
Alienate
Link: Alien Ate... To make hostile
Language Arts SAT words January
Altruism
Catalyst
Eminent
Empathetic
unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness
an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action
distinguished; prominent
identification with an understanding of another's situation,f…
Altruism
unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness
Catalyst
an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action
10 terms
Language Arts SAT Words
Deploy
Cavalier
Egg
Mete
To arrange strategically
Casual; Carefree
To encourage
To distribute
Deploy
To arrange strategically
Cavalier
Casual; Carefree
SAT Language Arts Words
fecund
sage
vacuous
deride
fertile; productive
a wise man; to be wise through experience and reflection
lacking ideas or intelligence
To ridicule; mock
fecund
fertile; productive
sage
a wise man; to be wise through experience and reflection
10 terms
language arts SAT vocab
delineate
nefarious
vernacular
brawn
to describe accurately
extreme wickedness
everyday speech, slang
muscular strength
delineate
to describe accurately
nefarious
extreme wickedness
46 terms
Language Arts SAT Words
acclaim
enigma
prodigal
adroit
praised or to applaud
a mystery; a puzzle
wasteful; especially with money; extravagant
skillful in physical activity, or in handling difficult situa…
acclaim
praised or to applaud
enigma
a mystery; a puzzle
19 terms
Language arts SAT Vocabulary Terms
Dissuade
Avaliable
Adjacent
Barren
To persuade not to do something
Ready for use,at hand
Near,next to,adjoining
Not productive,bare
Dissuade
To persuade not to do something
Avaliable
Ready for use,at hand
10 terms
Language Arts SAT words #1
abstract
abstruse
acclaim
accolade
theoretical; not concrete
difficult to understand
praise; applaud
an award or praise
abstract
theoretical; not concrete
abstruse
difficult to understand
Language Arts SAT Words 1
Exception
Critical
Comprehend
Participate
exclude; omission
important
To understand; include something
to be involved in
Exception
exclude; omission
Critical
important
SAT Language Arts Words 1
Enshroud
Credulous
Blighted
Abstain
Veil, cover
Gullible, ready to believe anything
Damaged, destroyed, or ruined
Withdraw, go without
Enshroud
Veil, cover
Credulous
Gullible, ready to believe anything
10 terms
language arts sat lesson 5
cajole (v)
callous (adj)
capitulate (v)
capricious (adj)
to persuade by pleasant words or false promises
unfeeling, insensitive
to surrender, to cease resisting
changeable, fickle
cajole (v)
to persuade by pleasant words or false promises
callous (adj)
unfeeling, insensitive
20 terms
Language Arts - Vocabulary #5 (SAT)
Acquiesce
Adamant
Candid
Caustic
To accept without argument; going along with... (Verb)
Refusing to give in easily... (Adjective)
Being honest; Not hiding one's thoughts or feelings ... (Adjecti…
Being sarcastic ... (Adjective)
Acquiesce
To accept without argument; going along with... (Verb)
Adamant
Refusing to give in easily... (Adjective)
100 terms
GSMST Language Arts SAT words
Acclaim
Accolade
Adamant
Advocate
praise enthusiastically and publicly
an award or privilege granted as a special honor or as an ack…
refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
a person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cau…
Acclaim
praise enthusiastically and publicly
Accolade
an award or privilege granted as a special honor or as an ack…
10 terms
SAT list 5 language arts
Ambiguous
Decrepit
Diffidence
Enthrall
Two meanings
Lacking in strength, due to old age or illness
Self doubt
Overpowering influence
Ambiguous
Two meanings
Decrepit
Lacking in strength, due to old age or illness
17 terms
SAT List 9- Language Arts
Listless
quagmire
condult
polemic
Having no interest with what is going on
a difficult situation
by which something is transmitted
a conversational argument attacking a particular opinion
Listless
Having no interest with what is going on
quagmire
a difficult situation
SAT vocab 2. Language Arts
adjourn
alien
Comely
Compensate
to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place... suspend
Cause to become unfriendly, hostile, or distant... To turn away
having a pleasing appearance... attractive
to make up for; to repay for services... to repay or reimburse
adjourn
to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place... suspend
alien
Cause to become unfriendly, hostile, or distant... To turn away
Language Arts SAT list 5
Acquisce
Adamant
Candid
Caustic
To accept without argument; going along with
Refusing to give in easily
Being honest; not hiding ones thoughts or feelings
Being sarcastic
Acquisce
To accept without argument; going along with
Adamant
Refusing to give in easily
language arts SAT 11-12
cansado
enojado
deprimido
ocupado
tired
angry
depressed
busy
cansado
tired
enojado
angry
10 terms
Language Arts Sat Week 3
Naivete
Vacuous
Introspective
Tangible
lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
having or showing a lack of thought or intelligence
the act or process of looking into oneself.
capable of being touched
Naivete
lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
Vacuous
having or showing a lack of thought or intelligence
6 terms
Language Arts SAT Terms Set 15
Juxtaposition
Magnanimous
Prodigious
Rendezvous
(N.) a side-by-side position
(adj.) noble, generous
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
(v.) to meet in accordance with a plan; (n.) a meeting by agr…
Juxtaposition
(N.) a side-by-side position
Magnanimous
(adj.) noble, generous
6 terms
Language Arts SAT Terms Set 14
Thwart
Urbane
Absolution
Coquette
(v) to oppose successfully; to prevent, frustrate
(adj.) refined in manner or style, suave
(n.) forgiveness; pardon; release
(n) a flirt
Thwart
(v) to oppose successfully; to prevent, frustrate
Urbane
(adj.) refined in manner or style, suave
Language Arts SAT Vocabulary Set 12
acrophobia
bourgeois
debility
epistolary
fear of heights
middle class
weakness; incapacity
concerned with letters; through correspondence
acrophobia
fear of heights
bourgeois
middle class
14 terms
Language Arts SAT quiz #2
Allude
Bolster
Dearth
Evoke
to make an indirect reference to something/someone.... The teach…
to support and strengthen. ... The manager hoped to bolster to m…
a lack in supply.... During the 2nd world war, the dearth of mal…
to call forth emotions, feels, or responses.... Every time Sal w…
Allude
to make an indirect reference to something/someone.... The teach…
Bolster
to support and strengthen. ... The manager hoped to bolster to m…
Language Arts SAT Vocabulary Set 11
acrid
boorish
cynical
epistle
sharp; pungent (used of smells and tastes) [bad smell]
ill-mannered
believing that people act only out of selfish motives
a letter (form of communication)
acrid
sharp; pungent (used of smells and tastes) [bad smell]
boorish
ill-mannered
5 terms
Language Arts SAT Terms Set 20
Accolade
Befuddle
Implore
Infamous
An award
Confuse
To beg
Famous in a bad way
Accolade
An award
Befuddle
Confuse
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