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AP Language SAT Vocab.
Efficacious
Catharsis
Inundate
Revere
Adj. Capable of having the desired result or effect; effectiv…
N. The purging of the emotions or relieving of emotional tens…
V. To flood; cover or overspreading with water; deluge.
V. To regard with respect tinged with awe.
Efficacious
Adj. Capable of having the desired result or effect; effectiv…
Catharsis
N. The purging of the emotions or relieving of emotional tens…
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AP Language SAT Vocab
abstract
aesthetic
alleviate
aloof
not concrete
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
to ease a pain or burden
reserved
abstract
not concrete
aesthetic
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary
List 1
Abstruse
Accolade
Meager
...
Obscured, profound
Award of merit
Small amount
List 1
...
Abstruse
Obscured, profound
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AP Language SAT
Symbiosis
Tangential
Tautological
Tawdry
a cooperative relationship in which both parties depend on ea…
touching lightly (as in one issue relating to another); of li…
marked by unnecessary repetitions
cheap and gaudy in appearance or morals
Symbiosis
a cooperative relationship in which both parties depend on ea…
Tangential
touching lightly (as in one issue relating to another); of li…
AP Language/Composition SAT Words
placate
raze
contentious
blighted
pacify; conciliate
destroy completely
quarrelsome; causing quarrels
impaired; suffering from a disease
placate
pacify; conciliate
raze
destroy completely
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SAT Vocab 2 AP Language
Predecessor
Predilection
Pretentious
Prevalent
earlier occupant of a job, office or position
preference
showy; flashy
widely accepted or common
Predecessor
earlier occupant of a job, office or position
Predilection
preference
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SAT Vocabulary for AP Language
Mawkish
Abivalent
Facetious
Concomitant
Insincerely emotional
Uncertain or unable to decide what course to follow
Inapropriate humor
Following as a consequence
Mawkish
Insincerely emotional
Abivalent
Uncertain or unable to decide what course to follow
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AP Language SAT vocab *
adumbrate
affinity
bucolic
censor
v foreshadow by disclosing only partially
n attraction
adj pastoral, typical of farms and rural life
v to remove inappropriate stuff
adumbrate
v foreshadow by disclosing only partially
affinity
n attraction
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary #3
hedonist
reprobate
interloper
acolyte
*(n.) a person who believes that pleasure is the most importa…
*(n.) an unprincipled person... *rogue, rascal, scoundrel, sham…
*(n.) a person who becomes involved in a place or situation w…
*(n.) a person assisting the celebrant in a religious service…
hedonist
*(n.) a person who believes that pleasure is the most importa…
reprobate
*(n.) an unprincipled person... *rogue, rascal, scoundrel, sham…
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AP Language Amer. SAT Terms:
equanimity
truncate
vernacular
wrenching
mental calmness; composure, and eveness of temper, especially…
shortened by cutting off the top or the end
the language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a pa…
pull or twist; suddenly and violently
equanimity
mental calmness; composure, and eveness of temper, especially…
truncate
shortened by cutting off the top or the end
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary 1
Abeyance
Acquittal
Amulet
Apostate
temporary suppression or suspension/a state in which a positi…
release from blame
ornament worn as a charm against evil spirits
one who renounced a religious faith or political belief
Abeyance
temporary suppression or suspension/a state in which a positi…
Acquittal
release from blame
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AP Language and Composition SAT List Week of 3/14/16
facetious
fastidious
feckless
malinger
(adj) lacking serious intent; concerned with something noness…
(adj) especially attentive to detail; exacting; ... Difficult to…
(adj.) lacking in spirit and strength; ineffective, weak; irr…
(v) to evade responsibility by pretending to be ill
facetious
(adj) lacking serious intent; concerned with something noness…
fastidious
(adj) especially attentive to detail; exacting; ... Difficult to…
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary #1
Aesthetic
Conventional
Mitigate
Pragmatic
*(adj.) concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty;…
*(adj.) based on or in accordance with what is generally done…
*(v.) make less severe, serious, or painful... *alleviate, redu…
*(adj.) dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a w…
Aesthetic
*(adj.) concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty;…
Conventional
*(adj.) based on or in accordance with what is generally done…
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary #2
Sanguine
Exuberant
Didactic
Emphatic
*(adj.) cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident... *animat…
* (adj.) effusively and almost uninhibitedly enthusiastic... *a…
*(adj.) intended for instruction... *academic, advisory, edifyi…
*(adj.) using emphasis in speech or action... *expressive, asse…
Sanguine
*(adj.) cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident... *animat…
Exuberant
* (adj.) effusively and almost uninhibitedly enthusiastic... *a…
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AP Language Vocabulary SAT Words 1: Tone Words
acerbic
bitter
benevolent
caustic
sharp; forthright; biting; hurtful; abrasive; severe
angry; acrimonious; antagonistic; spiteful; nasty
sympathetic; tolerant; generous; caring; well meaning
making biting, corrosive comments; critical
acerbic
sharp; forthright; biting; hurtful; abrasive; severe
bitter
angry; acrimonious; antagonistic; spiteful; nasty
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary 3
abdicate
affront
discrepancy
forbearance
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
an insult
an unexpected difference, a lack of compatibility or similari…
patient self control, restraint and tolerance; refraining fro…
abdicate
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
affront
an insult
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SAT AP Language Lesson 6
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
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AP Language SAT Vocab #2
metier
harry
acrimony
inscrutable
the work one is especially suited for; one's speciality; one'…
to annoy or harass (synonym - bother/pester, antonym - soothe)
ill-natured, bitter hospitality (synonym - animosity, antonym…
not easily understood (synonym - enigmatic, antonym - obvious)
metier
the work one is especially suited for; one's speciality; one'…
harry
to annoy or harass (synonym - bother/pester, antonym - soothe)
AP Language SAT Terms 3
Amerliorate (v.)
Animosity (n.)
Bravado (n.)
Ebb (v.)
To make better, to lessen pain or difficulty.
A feeling of mutual hatred.
An aggressive display of boldness.
To fade away; to recede.
Amerliorate (v.)
To make better, to lessen pain or difficulty.
Animosity (n.)
A feeling of mutual hatred.
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 11 SAT Words
Abstemious (adj)
Censurable (adj)
Contingent (adj/noun)
Corroborate (verb)
Moderate, sparing; Characterized by abstinence, and self-disc…
Deserving of blame, or correction
(adj)Likely, but not certain to happen; Dependent on certain…
To confirm, or make certain
Abstemious (adj)
Moderate, sparing; Characterized by abstinence, and self-disc…
Censurable (adj)
Deserving of blame, or correction
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AP Language SAT list 10
Abstracted
Adulation
Adversity
Burgeon
Removed from thought,lost in one's mind
Extreme praise or admiration
Misfortune
To sprout, to newly emerge
Abstracted
Removed from thought,lost in one's mind
Adulation
Extreme praise or admiration
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary #1
Aesthetic
Conventional
Mitigate
Pragmatic
*(adj.) concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty;…
*(adj.) based on or in accordance with what is generally done…
*(v.) make less severe, serious, or painful... *alleviate, redu…
*(adj.) dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a w…
Aesthetic
*(adj.) concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty;…
Conventional
*(adj.) based on or in accordance with what is generally done…
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary 4
Abject
Ample
Audacious
Balk
extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading; completely without…
enough or more than enough; plentiful
showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks; showin…
hesitate or be unwilling to accept an idea or undertaking; a…
Abject
extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading; completely without…
Ample
enough or more than enough; plentiful
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary 2
Abet
Accost
Allay
Apocryphal
to aid, help, encourage
to confront verbally
to soothe, ease
fictitious, false, wrong
Abet
to aid, help, encourage
Accost
to confront verbally
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AP Language SAT Vocabulary #2
Sanguine
Exuberant
Didactic
Emphatic
*(adj.) cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident
* (adj.) effusively and almost uninhibitedly enthusiastic
*(adj.) intended for instruction
*(adj.) using emphasis in speech or action
Sanguine
*(adj.) cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident
Exuberant
* (adj.) effusively and almost uninhibitedly enthusiastic
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AP Language / SAT Vocabulary #13
encumber
engender
enigmatic
ennui
to weigh down, burden
to bring about, create
mystifying, puzzling
boredom
encumber
to weigh down, burden
engender
to bring about, create
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AP Language SAT list 3
Abstruse
Affable
Audacity
Contrite
Difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
Friendly, courteous, amiable
Excessive boldness, rashness, daring
Extremely apologetic, remorseful, repentant
Abstruse
Difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
Affable
Friendly, courteous, amiable
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AP Language / SAT Vocabulary #17
insinuate
insipid
insolent
insular
to imply, to suggest
dull, boring
rude, arrogant
insulated, narrow minded
insinuate
to imply, to suggest
insipid
dull, boring
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AP Language SAT Vocab #1
Emotive
Apostrophe
Euphemism
Cacophony
Characterized by expressing ir exciting emotion
Addressing someone not present
More acceptable way to say something ... Ex: collateral damage
An unpleasant sound being produced
Emotive
Characterized by expressing ir exciting emotion
Apostrophe
Addressing someone not present
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SAT Vocabulary 2 (AP Language)
Adept
Beacon
Egregious
Supplant
Highly skilled
Something that guides
Outrageously bad; clearly wrong or illegal
To take the place of usually dishonestly
Adept
Highly skilled
Beacon
Something that guides
SAT AP English Language Vocab
Adulation
Eulogy
Ascribe
Exalt
excessive admiration or devotion
a speech in praise of someone
to credit or attribute to
to praise or honor
Adulation
excessive admiration or devotion
Eulogy
a speech in praise of someone
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Ap Language SAT Vocabulary #3
Prodigal
Assess
Deter
Complacent
Extravagent; wasteful
To estimate the value of; to measure
To prevent; espically by threatening
Smug; self satisfied; overly confident
Prodigal
Extravagent; wasteful
Assess
To estimate the value of; to measure
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 13 SAT Words
Abet (verb)
Aver (verb)
Blatant (adj)
Broach (verb)
To encourage, or assist especially in something wrong or unwo…
To affirm, or to declare confidently
Noisy in a coarse offensive way; Obvious or conspicuous espec…
To break the surface of the water; To turn sideways to the wi…
Abet (verb)
To encourage, or assist especially in something wrong or unwo…
Aver (verb)
To affirm, or to declare confidently
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AP Language / SAT Vocabulary #15
furtive
garish
garrulous
goad
secretive, sly
gaudy, in bad taste
talkative
to urge, spur
furtive
secretive, sly
garish
gaudy, in bad taste
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SAT Vocabulary 3 (AP Language)
Adage
Ambiguous
Annex
Apt
A wise old saying
Unclear; open to more than one interpretation
To add on
Suitable; appropriate
Adage
A wise old saying
Ambiguous
Unclear; open to more than one interpretation
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 10 SAT Words
Accrue
Annotation
Bedlam
Covert
(verb) To grow; To accumulate in the course of time; To happe…
(noun) A critical or explanatory note or comment especially f…
(noun) A state or scene of uproar or confusion
(adj) Hidden, disguised, purposefully kept secret; Sheltered…
Accrue
(verb) To grow; To accumulate in the course of time; To happe…
Annotation
(noun) A critical or explanatory note or comment especially f…
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AP Language SAT Vocab #6
provincial
effusion
salacious
trenchant
belonging to a particular province
an unrestrained expression
lustful; grossly indecent; lecherous
caustic or cutting; also effective or keen
provincial
belonging to a particular province
effusion
an unrestrained expression
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AP Language SAT Vocab 2016
Abstruse
Accolade
Meager
Elusive
(adj.) obscured, profound, not clear
(n.) award of merit
(adj.) small amount
(adj.) elude, evasive, hard to grasp
Abstruse
(adj.) obscured, profound, not clear
Accolade
(n.) award of merit
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SAT Vocabulary 1 (AP Language)
Accolade
Accord
Acquiesce
Acumen
Praise; Noun
Agreement; Noun
To agree without protest; Verb
Mental sharpness (keen insight); Noun
Accolade
Praise; Noun
Accord
Agreement; Noun
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 2 SAT Words
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
(verb) To improve, or correct a flaw or shortcomings
(noun) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; Perpendicular…
(adj) Pompous, overblown in language; Full of high sounding w…
(adj) Without feathers; Without experience; Immature; Lacking…
Ameliorate
(verb) To improve, or correct a flaw or shortcomings
Aplomb
(noun) Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; Perpendicular…
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AP Language / SAT Vocabulary #14
fabricate
facade
fallacious
fastidious
to make up, invent, create
a deceptive appearance
incorrect, misleading
demanding, overly concerned about details
fabricate
to make up, invent, create
facade
a deceptive appearance
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SAT Vocabulary and AP Language Terms
Antithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
Direct opposite... Ex: Good is the antithesis of evil.
To move upward.... Ex: The climbers ascended the mountain.
Strict, stern, ascetic.... Ex: Pioneers usually led an austere e…
Independent.... Ex: One who is autonomous needs no help from oth…
Antithesis
Direct opposite... Ex: Good is the antithesis of evil.
Ascend
To move upward.... Ex: The climbers ascended the mountain.
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AP Language SAT Vocab 1
aberration (n)
aberration example
abeyance (n)
abeyance example
a deviation from the proper or expected course
the aberration to law school is McDonalds
the condition of being temporarily set aside; suspension
her acting career was in a state of abeyance
aberration (n)
a deviation from the proper or expected course
aberration example
the aberration to law school is McDonalds
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 5 SAT Words
Amnesty
Autonomy
Axiomatic
Blazon
(noun) A general pardon for an offense against the government…
(noun) Self government; Political control
(adj) Self evident; Expressing a universally accepted princip…
(verb) To adorn or embellish; To display conspicuously; To pu…
Amnesty
(noun) A general pardon for an offense against the government…
Autonomy
(noun) Self government; Political control
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 9 SAT Words
Abate (verb)
Adulation (noun)
Anathema (noun)
Astute (adj)
To make less in amount or degree; To subside; To nullify; To…
Praise or flattery that is excessive
An object of intense dislike; A curse or strong denunciation
Shrewd; Crafty, showing practical wisdom
Abate (verb)
To make less in amount or degree; To subside; To nullify; To…
Adulation (noun)
Praise or flattery that is excessive
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AP Language & Composistion: Unit 1 SAT Terms
Approbation (noun)
Assuage (verb)
Coalition (noun)
Decadence (noun)
Expression of approval or praise; official approval
To make easier or milder; to calm or quench
A combination, union, or merger of some kind
Decline and decay; Period of decline and decay; Excessive sel…
Approbation (noun)
Expression of approval or praise; official approval
Assuage (verb)
To make easier or milder; to calm or quench
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 7 SAT Words
Austere
Beneficent
Cadaverous
Concoct
(adj) Severe, stern in manner; Without adornment or luxury; H…
(adj) Performing acts of kindness or charity; Conferring bene…
(adj) Pale, gaunt, resembeling a corpse
(verb) To prepare by combining ingredients; To devise, invent…
Austere
(adj) Severe, stern in manner; Without adornment or luxury; H…
Beneficent
(adj) Performing acts of kindness or charity; Conferring bene…
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 14 SAT Words
Amenable
Berate
Carnage
Credulous
(adj) Willing to follow advice or authority, tractable, submi…
(verb) To scold sharply
(noun) Large scaled slaughter or loss of life
(adj) To ready to believe; easily deceived
Amenable
(adj) Willing to follow advice or authority, tractable, submi…
Berate
(verb) To scold sharply
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AP Language & Composition: Unit 12 SAT Words
Absolve (verb)
Caricature (noun/verb)
Clangor (verb/noun)
Contiguous (adj)
To clear from blame, responsibility, guilt
(noun) A representation in which the subjects characteristic…
(verb) To make a loud ringing noise... (noun) A loud ringing noise
Side by side, touching, near, adjacent in time
Absolve (verb)
To clear from blame, responsibility, guilt
Caricature (noun/verb)
(noun) A representation in which the subjects characteristic…
20 terms
AP Language & Composition: Unit 6 SAT Words
Anomalous
Aspersion
Bizarre
Brusque
(adj) Abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual
(noun) A damaging, derogatory statement; The act of slanderin…
(adj) Extremely strange , unusual or atypical
(adj) Abrupt, blunt, no formalities
Anomalous
(adj) Abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual
Aspersion
(noun) A damaging, derogatory statement; The act of slanderin…
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