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Lesson 7 AP English 3 SAT Words
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repungance
to praise
one who leads of life style of self denial and contemplation
to hand down
abhor
to regard with extreme repungance
accolade
to praise
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Lesson 7 SAT AP terms
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
Skillful, clever
Visible to the naked eye
Foolish, inane
Pertaining to cows or cattle
Adroit
Skillful, clever
Macroscopic
Visible to the naked eye
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SAT vocab lesson 7
jaded
lurid
meritorious
petulant
wearied, worn out, dulled
causing shock, horror, revulsion
worthy, deserving recognition or praise
peevish, annoyed by trifles, easily irritated or upset
jaded
wearied, worn out, dulled
lurid
causing shock, horror, revulsion
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Lesson 7 AP English vocab
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to laothe
praise; an award
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to laothe
accolade
praise; an award
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SAT Vocab - Lesson 7
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loat…
praise, an award... Synonyms: honor, reward, tribute... He received…
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will... Synonyms: ... I bequ…
Abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loat…
Accolade
praise, an award... Synonyms: honor, reward, tribute... He received…
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
praise, an award
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
accolade
praise, an award
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 7 Alphabetical
choleric
circumspect
circumvent
clone
hot-tempered; quick to anger
cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences
to surround; enclose; bypass
an exact duplicate
choleric
hot-tempered; quick to anger
circumspect
cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences
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AP English Vocabulary Lesson 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
praise, an award
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
accolade
praise, an award
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LTF SAT Vocabulary Lesson 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
praise, an award
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
accolade
praise, an award
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SAT Lesson 7
rhetoric
dogmatic
pandemic
philippic
over-elaborate language (persuasive)
characterized by an authoritative assertion of opinions
widespread
a tirade
rhetoric
over-elaborate language (persuasive)
dogmatic
characterized by an authoritative assertion of opinions
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AP SAT book 1- Lesson 7 & 8
ALLUDE
BEGET
CADAVEROUS
CHAFE
(v.) To refer to indirectly; To hint at or insinuate
(v.) To cause or to produce, to happen; To father or sire
(adj.) Resembling a corpse
(n.) Soreness or irritation caused by rubbing; (v.) To rub an…
ALLUDE
(v.) To refer to indirectly; To hint at or insinuate
BEGET
(v.) To cause or to produce, to happen; To father or sire
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SAT Lesson 7 A Vocabulary
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loat…
praise, an award... Sentence: Katniss knew she would receive no_…
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will. ... Sentence: I ___…
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loat…
accolade
praise, an award... Sentence: Katniss knew she would receive no_…
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AP English: Lesson 7
complement
contend
efficacious
emulate
something that completes something else, to complete somethin…
to compete or strive in rivalry or to assert strongly
able to produce a desired effect
to strive to equal or surpass or to imitate
complement
something that completes something else, to complete somethin…
contend
to compete or strive in rivalry or to assert strongly
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AP English Lesson 7
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
to detest
praise
one who leads a life of self-denial
to hand down
Abhor
to detest
Accolade
praise
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 7 Alphabetical
choleric
circumspect
circumvent
clone
hot-tempered; quick to anger
cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences
to surround; enclose; bypass
an exact duplicate
choleric
hot-tempered; quick to anger
circumspect
cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 7 Alphabetical
choleric
circumspect
circumvent
clone
hot-tempered; quick to anger
cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences
to surround; enclose; bypass
an exact duplicate
choleric
hot-tempered; quick to anger
circumspect
cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences
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English // SAT Vocab Lesson 7
gird
daunt
flux
hovel
to prepare for an event or action
to make afraid; to discourage
a state of continual change or movement
a wretched living place; an open shed
gird
to prepare for an event or action
daunt
to make afraid; to discourage
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Lesson 7 SAT terms (English)
Gird
Daunt
Flux
Hovel
To prepare for an event or an action; to brace.
To make afraid; to discourage
A state of continual change or movement
A wretched living place; an open shed
Gird
To prepare for an event or an action; to brace.
Daunt
To make afraid; to discourage
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Lesson 7 SAT Vocabulary
Adroit
Affectation
Bovine
Callow
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
Unnatural or artificial behavior, usually intended to impress
(adj.) resembling a cow or ox; sluggish, unresponsive
(adj.) without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
Adroit
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
Affectation
Unnatural or artificial behavior, usually intended to impress
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AP English Lesson 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
find repugnant
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction
someone who practices self denial as a spiritual discipline
leave or give by will after one's death
abhor
find repugnant
accolade
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction
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AP English Lesson 7
allay
bestial
convivial
coterie
(v.) to calm or pacify, set to rest; to lessen or relieve... Syn…
(adj.) beastlike; beastly, brutal; subhuman in intelligence a…
(adj.) festive, sociable, having fun together, genial... Syn: fu…
(n.) a circle of acquaintances; a close-knit, often exclusive…
allay
(v.) to calm or pacify, set to rest; to lessen or relieve... Syn…
bestial
(adj.) beastlike; beastly, brutal; subhuman in intelligence a…
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SAT- lesson 7
Compatible
Composure
Conciliatory
Concise
Complimenting, being similar in some way to
To be put together, calmness
To soothe, or make someone less angry
Very brief, shot and quick
Compatible
Complimenting, being similar in some way to
Composure
To be put together, calmness
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AP English Lesson 7
gibberish
inimical
nexus
coeval
nonsense; unintelligible speech
unfriendly; hostile; injurious
a link, tie, or bond
of the same time period
gibberish
nonsense; unintelligible speech
inimical
unfriendly; hostile; injurious
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Ap English lesson 7
Gibberish
Inimical
Nexus
Coeval
Nonsense, unintelligible speech, babble, chatter
Unfriendly, hostile, injurious
A link, tie, or bond, connection
Of the same time period
Gibberish
Nonsense, unintelligible speech, babble, chatter
Inimical
Unfriendly, hostile, injurious
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AP English Lesson 7
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest; to loathe
praise, an award
One who leads a life of self - denial and contemplation; abse…
To hand down, to give , to leave in a will
Abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest; to loathe
Accolade
praise, an award
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Lesson 7 AP English
Factious
Fastidious
Fatuous
Fecund
Devils advocate; causing disagreement
Picky; hard to please; fussy
Silly; foolish, inane
Fertile; productive; able to reproduce
Factious
Devils advocate; causing disagreement
Fastidious
Picky; hard to please; fussy
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SAT Vocab - Lesson 7
compatible
concession
condolence
conducive
able to get along; agreeing; harmonious
an act of granting or yielding; something yielded or granted;…
sympathy for someone's grief or sorrow or expression of sympa…
helpful; tending to promote a result
compatible
able to get along; agreeing; harmonious
concession
an act of granting or yielding; something yielded or granted;…
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Lesson 7: AP English
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To detest, despise
To praise, an award
One who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation
To hand down, to leave in a will
Abhor
To detest, despise
Accolade
To praise, an award
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Lesson 7 AP English
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To regard with an extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to l…
Praise, an award
One who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
To hand down, to give or to leave in a will
Abhor
To regard with an extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to l…
Accolade
Praise, an award
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SAT Vocab. Lesson 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to detest utterly; to loathe
praise, an award
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or leave in a will
abhor
to detest utterly; to loathe
accolade
praise, an award
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AP English lesson 7
Voluble
Charlaton
Insularity
Accolade
Ability to use words easily... Syn: garrulous
One who claims to know something that he does not, a quack
Narrow-mindedness of opinion
An award
Voluble
Ability to use words easily... Syn: garrulous
Charlaton
One who claims to know something that he does not, a quack
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AP English Lesson 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
find repugnant
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction
someone who practices self denial as a spiritual discipline
leave or give by will after one's death
abhor
find repugnant
accolade
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction
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Lesson 7 - SAT words
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
Praise, an award
One who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
To hand down, to give or to leave in a will
Abhor
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
Accolade
Praise, an award
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Lesson 7 SAT Vocabulary
compatible
composure
conciliatory
concise
agreeing
calmness
to sooth, reconcile
saying much in a few words, brief but full of meanings
compatible
agreeing
composure
calmness
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SAT vocab lesson 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
adj. skillful; clever... syn:dexterous; apt... ant: clumsy; awkward
adj. visible to the naked eye... ant: microscopic
adj. foolish; inane... syn: silly... ant: sensible; wise
adj. pertaining to vows or cattle
Adroit
adj. skillful; clever... syn:dexterous; apt... ant: clumsy; awkward
Macroscopic
adj. visible to the naked eye... ant: microscopic
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SAT Vocab Lesson 7
Adroit
Affectation
Bovine
Callow
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
A phony attitude; pose
(adj.) resembling a cow or ox; sluggish, unresponsive
(adj.) without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
Adroit
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
Affectation
A phony attitude; pose
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English 10 Honors/AP - Vocab Lesson 7
castigate
colloquial
epitaph
exodus
To punish by criticizing sharply; to berate.
Characterized by informal language.
The words carved on a tombstone in memory of the deceased.
A mass departure.
castigate
To punish by criticizing sharply; to berate.
colloquial
Characterized by informal language.
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SAT Vocabulary: Lesson 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly
praise, an award
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation
to hand down, to give or leave in a will
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly
accolade
praise, an award
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Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 7
animosity
antagonism
bellicose
belligerent
n. hatred; ill will... So much ______ grew between Mark and Mik…
n. hatred or hostility... Stan's mocking and teasing incited __…
adj. of a quarrelsome nature; eager to fight; warlike... The sp…
adj. taking part in war or fighting; ready to fight... After tw…
animosity
n. hatred; ill will... So much ______ grew between Mark and Mik…
antagonism
n. hatred or hostility... Stan's mocking and teasing incited __…
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AP English Lesson 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
skillful ; clever
visible to the naked eye
foolish ; inane
pertaining to crows or cattle
Adroit
skillful ; clever
Macroscopic
visible to the naked eye
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5th Vocabulary +5 SAT: Lesson 7
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
(v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comple…
(v.) to think; to believe, have an opinion
(v.) to destroy, lay waste
(v.) to throw doubt upon
acquit
(v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comple…
deem
(v.) to think; to believe, have an opinion
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AP English Vocabulary Lesson 7
Prostrate
Propitious
Phlegmatic
Palpitate
adj.1.Stretched out and lying full length along the ground, n…
adj.1.presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in…
adj.1.showing little emotion, unemotional.... Ex: those palace g…
V.1.to beat rapidly, to flutter... Ex: "His heart palpitated..."…
Prostrate
adj.1.Stretched out and lying full length along the ground, n…
Propitious
adj.1.presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in…
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SAT Prep Lesson 7
cynical
ambivalent
demagogue
demure
doubtful or distrustful of the sincerity or goodness of human…
having opposing attitudes or feelings toward a person, thing…
a leader who appeals to citizens' emotions to obtain power
quiet and modest; reserved
cynical
doubtful or distrustful of the sincerity or goodness of human…
ambivalent
having opposing attitudes or feelings toward a person, thing…
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AP English - Lesson 7 Vocab
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To regard with extreme repugnance, to loathe
Praise, an award
One who leads a life of contemplation, absent of luxury
To hand down, to give
Abhor
To regard with extreme repugnance, to loathe
Accolade
Praise, an award
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Sat lesson 7
De
Ob, of, oc, op
Ad,ac,at
Epi
Take away, down
To, toward
To,toward
On top,over
De
Take away, down
Ob, of, oc, op
To, toward
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AP English Vocab Lesson 7
allay
bestial
convivial
coterie
SYN: reduce, alleviate, moderate... ANT: aggravate, exacerbate,…
SYN: animal, depraved, loathsome... ANT: human, humane, clement…
SYN: fun-loving, jovial, merry... ANT: dour, grim, sullen, unso…
SYN: clique, set... -a circle of acquaintances, a close knit, o…
allay
SYN: reduce, alleviate, moderate... ANT: aggravate, exacerbate,…
bestial
SYN: animal, depraved, loathsome... ANT: human, humane, clement…
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SAT Lesson7
embellish
eradicate
hyperbole
indulgent
to decorate
to eliminate completely
exaggeration for persuasive effect
excessively generous or lenient
embellish
to decorate
eradicate
to eliminate completely
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Lesson 7: AP English III
adroit
macroscopic
fatuous
bovine
skillful, clever
visible to the naked eye
foolish; inane
pertaining to cows or cattle
adroit
skillful, clever
macroscopic
visible to the naked eye
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Pre-AP English lesson 7
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
Praise, an award
One who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation absent…
To hand down, to give or to leave in a will
Abhor
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
Accolade
Praise, an award
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SAT Vocab Lesson 7
gird
daunt
flux
hovel
to prepare for an event or action
to make afraid; to discourage
a state of continual change or movement
a wretched living place; an open shed
gird
to prepare for an event or action
daunt
to make afraid; to discourage
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