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16 terms
March SAT
Penchant
Ornate
Redundant
Ubiquitous
A strong inclination or liking
Elaborately decorated
Needlessly reletitive
Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time ; omnipres…
Penchant
A strong inclination or liking
Ornate
Elaborately decorated
10 terms
March SAT
Obsequious
Ebullient
Castigate
Detrimenta
Obedient to an excessive degree.
Full of cheerfulness and energy.
To criticize severely or remark.
Tending to cause harm.
Obsequious
Obedient to an excessive degree.
Ebullient
Full of cheerfulness and energy.
28 terms
SAT vocab 15th march
depressed
conciliatory
whet
neologism
to be extremely upset... low in spirits
to become friendly or agreeable... Appeasing; soothing; showing…
to sharpen a blade... (v.) to sharpen, put an edge on; to make k…
new word or expression
depressed
to be extremely upset... low in spirits
conciliatory
to become friendly or agreeable... Appeasing; soothing; showing…
17 terms
March SAT words
augment
enhance
jaunt
aesthetic
to make or become greater, improve
to improve; to intensify
a short pleasure trip
having to do with artistic beauty
augment
to make or become greater, improve
enhance
to improve; to intensify
10 terms
SAT March
Defame
Curvinear
Elapse
Veer
To libel or slander; take away a good name
Formed, bound or characterized by curved lines
To pass it go by
Change in direction
Defame
To libel or slander; take away a good name
Curvinear
Formed, bound or characterized by curved lines
17 terms
Sat 19th March
constipated
I'm cold
I have a cold
a church
constipated
I'm cold
15 terms
March and April SAT Vocab
capitulate
abdicate
abstain
aberration
Surrender
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
to choose not to do something
something not typical; a deviation from the standard
capitulate
Surrender
abdicate
Formally give up the throne (or some other power or responsib…
30 terms
SAT 1994 March
ambivalent
arbitrary
assiduous
benevolent
uncertain
random
constant
kind
ambivalent
uncertain
arbitrary
random
8 terms
Sat 12th March
Have you ever done a listening?
a hairdresser
a maid
I'm cold
Have you ever ______ a listening? (do)
Have you ever done a listening?
Have you ever ______ a listening? (do)
a hairdresser
250 terms
SAT Vocab (March SAT)
diminutive
potentate
whimsical
outmoded
extremely small
monarch, elitist
capricious; playful
"out" of fashion
diminutive
extremely small
potentate
monarch, elitist
20 terms
EHHS March/April SAT Words
Bane
Eclectic
Irascible
Rancor
A thing or person that is a bad influence.
Made up from different sources
Easily angered or irritated
hatred; resentment
Bane
A thing or person that is a bad influence.
Eclectic
Made up from different sources
48 terms
SAT March 05 Vocab
incidental
partisan
pluralistic
flippant
(adj.) not essential; minor
(adj.) biased; one-sided; committed to one group
(adj.) expressing the belief that people of different social…
(adj.) lacking proper respect or seriousness
incidental
(adj.) not essential; minor
partisan
(adj.) biased; one-sided; committed to one group
14 terms
SAT WORDS - March
novel
novelty
reconcile
scrupulous
strikingly new, unusual, or different
something new, fresh, or unusual
restore friendly relations between, make or show to be compat…
diligent and thorough; very concerned to avoid doing wrong
novel
strikingly new, unusual, or different
novelty
something new, fresh, or unusual
16 terms
SAT Vocabulary March
Occult (adj.)
Permeate (v.)
Precipitate (v.)
Stringent (adj.)
secret, hidden from view, not detectable by ordinary means, m…
to spread through, penetrate, soak through syn.: no synonyms
to fall as moisture, to bring about suddenly, to hurl down fr…
strict, severe, rigorously or urgently binding or compelling…
Occult (adj.)
secret, hidden from view, not detectable by ordinary means, m…
Permeate (v.)
to spread through, penetrate, soak through syn.: no synonyms
21 terms
March SAT vocabulary
ludicrous
luminescent
lunacy
luxuriance
laughable
Showing increase of light
mental unsoundness
Excessive or superfluous growth or quantity
ludicrous
laughable
luminescent
Showing increase of light
10 terms
SAT words -- March 2015
gullible
mawkish
raffish
continuum
easily cheated or fooled
excessively and objectionably sentimental
cheaply vulgar in appearance or nature
a continuous whole without clear division into parts
gullible
easily cheated or fooled
mawkish
excessively and objectionably sentimental
18 terms
March 23 SAT Vocabulary
acquiesce
adept
aesthetic
adulation
to submit without protest
skilled
related to beauty
excessive adoration or admiration
acquiesce
to submit without protest
adept
skilled
16 terms
March SAT Vocabulary
Ornate
Penchant
Redundant
Ubiquitous
elaborately decorated
a strong inclination or liking
needlessly repetitive
being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent
Ornate
elaborately decorated
Penchant
a strong inclination or liking
March SAT words
Impassive
Incite
Indict
Indigent
Not feeling or showing emotion
Urge or persuade to act in a violent or unlawful way
Formally accuse or charge with a serious crime
Poor and needy
Impassive
Not feeling or showing emotion
Incite
Urge or persuade to act in a violent or unlawful way
10 terms
March 1st SAT vocab
Balm
Beget
Beleaguer
Bereave
Lotion
Create
To annoy
To mourn over the death of somebody
Balm
Lotion
Beget
Create
10 terms
SAT quiz March 29
inarticulate
intransigence
incapacitate
inimical
unable to speak clearly; mute
uncompromising hostility
to make unable
hostile, unfriendly
inarticulate
unable to speak clearly; mute
intransigence
uncompromising hostility
19 terms
March 2014 SAT Vocab
celerity
panoply
viable
unsuprising
(n.) swiftness, rapidity of motion or action
an extensive or impressive collection.
capable of working successfully; feasible.
not unexpected and so not causing surprise.
celerity
(n.) swiftness, rapidity of motion or action
panoply
an extensive or impressive collection.
10 terms
Sat vocab March 2016
Homily
Sacrosanct
Vicissitude
Matrix
A sermon of lecture about a religious or moral topic
Regarded as sacred and Inviolable
A change in circumstances; a fluctuation of shift
That which contains and gives shape or form to anything
Homily
A sermon of lecture about a religious or moral topic
Sacrosanct
Regarded as sacred and Inviolable
10 terms
SAT VOCAB. March 11
Quietude
Extrude
Obtrude
Addicted
calm
to force out
to impose oneself or ideas
to devote habitually
Quietude
calm
Extrude
to force out
25 terms
SAT Vocab List: March 2016
abide
abject
abridge
amalgamate
(v.) to put up with (Though he did not agree with the decisio…
(adj.) wretched, pitiful (After losing all her money, falling…
(v.) to cut down, shorten (The publisher thought the dictiona…
(v.) to bring together, unite (Because of his great charisma,…
abide
(v.) to put up with (Though he did not agree with the decisio…
abject
(adj.) wretched, pitiful (After losing all her money, falling…
39 terms
SAT vocab FEB- March
Adversity
Broach
Deference
Esoteric
Hardship, difficulty
start to discuss
respect
obscure, difficult to understand
Adversity
Hardship, difficulty
Broach
start to discuss
25 terms
Napier SAT March
Ebullience
Parable
Vicissitude
Indelible
(N) the quility of being, cheerful and full of enegy. *exuber…
(N) a short story. A story designed to illustrate or teach so…
(N) a change of circumstances or future. Typically one that i…
(Adj) not able to be erased, removed, or forgotten
Ebullience
(N) the quility of being, cheerful and full of enegy. *exuber…
Parable
(N) a short story. A story designed to illustrate or teach so…
20 terms
SAT Vocab List - March 2016
sage
assail
fecund
deride
a wise man, to be wise through experience
to attack with words or force
to be fertile, productive
to insult, to ridicule
sage
a wise man, to be wise through experience
assail
to attack with words or force
30 terms
SAT Vocab March
Berserk
Jubilee
juggernaut
Kowtow
(adj.)- a. destructively violent b. Deranged; insane. (From t…
(n)- a. A season or occasion of joyful celebration b. Jubilat…
(n)- a. An overwhelming and irresistible force or movement. b…
(intrans. v.) To show respect or submission; fawn. ... noun- An…
Berserk
(adj.)- a. destructively violent b. Deranged; insane. (From t…
Jubilee
(n)- a. A season or occasion of joyful celebration b. Jubilat…
54 terms
March SAT Vocab
aberration
abstruse
ambivalent
amenable
abnormality
hard to understand
having conflicting feelings towards something/someone
agreeable
aberration
abnormality
abstruse
hard to understand
85 terms
SAT Vocab March
irascible
brusque
disingenuous
loquacity
hot-tempered; easily angered
abrupt and curt
giving a false appearance of honesty; not candid
very talkative; voluble
irascible
hot-tempered; easily angered
brusque
abrupt and curt
12 terms
SAT words march
abhorrence
coercion
Rancorous
Spurious
Hatred
Force
Bitter, hateful
not genuine; false
abhorrence
Hatred
coercion
Force
19 terms
SAT Words March
jejune
nomenclature
lexicon
notarize
not interesting; dull; boring
a system of names
dictionary
to certify or attest to
jejune
not interesting; dull; boring
nomenclature
a system of names
10 terms
SAT VOCAB MARCH
abase
anathema
abberation
abscond
degrade someone
something someone hates
unwelcome unlike the normal
leaving secretly
abase
degrade someone
anathema
something someone hates
10 terms
March SAT Words
detrimental
castigate
detached
lassitude
tending to cause harm
to criticize or reprimand severely
not attached; seperated
weariness of body or mind from strain
detrimental
tending to cause harm
castigate
to criticize or reprimand severely
10 terms
March SAT Words
Detrimental
Castigate
Detached
Lassitude
Tending to cause harm
To criticize and reprimand severely
Not attached; separated
To be in a state of drowsy or weariness of body or mind
Detrimental
Tending to cause harm
Castigate
To criticize and reprimand severely
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary March
Acrophobia
Acuity
Bourgeois
Braggart
Fear of heights
Sharpness(mental or visual)
Middle class
Someone who boasts
Acrophobia
Fear of heights
Acuity
Sharpness(mental or visual)
15 terms
March SAT words
Penchant
Redundant
Ornate
Ubiquitous
A strong inclination or liking
Needlessly repetitive
Elaborately decorated
Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent
Penchant
A strong inclination or liking
Redundant
Needlessly repetitive
20 terms
March SAT Words
Sage
Assail
Fecund
Deride
Wise through experience and expression
To attack or criticize someone in a violent way
Producing or able to produce many babies, animals, or plants
To talk or write about someone in a critical or insulting way
Sage
Wise through experience and expression
Assail
To attack or criticize someone in a violent way
19 terms
SAT VOCABULARY MARCH
Annex
Espouse
Reproach
Pacifist
To add or attach
To adapt; to support
To express disapproval of
One who is in opposition of war or violence
Annex
To add or attach
Espouse
To adapt; to support
26 terms
March SAT Vocab
Contentious
Paradox
Superfluous (vs. Supercilious)
Frenetic
controversial (contended); argumentative
a self-contradictory, yet true statement
unnecessary (vs. conceited)
frantic; frenzied
Contentious
controversial (contended); argumentative
Paradox
a self-contradictory, yet true statement
49 terms
March SAT words
Impassive
Incite
Indict
Indigent
Not feeling or showing emotion
Urge or persuade to act in a violent or unlawful way
Formally accuse or charge with a serious crime
Poor and needy
Impassive
Not feeling or showing emotion
Incite
Urge or persuade to act in a violent or unlawful way
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary List - March
Sage
Assail
Fecund
Deride
Wise through reflection and experience
To attack violently with blows or words
Producing or able to produce many babies, young animals, or p…
To talk or write about (someone or something) in a very criti…
Sage
Wise through reflection and experience
Assail
To attack violently with blows or words
20 terms
March SAT Vocabulary Words
AUSTERE (adj)
BENEFICENT (adj)
CADAVEROUS (adj)
CONCOCT (v)
severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; forbi…
doing good or causing good to be done; conferring benefits; k…
of or like a corpse; pale; ghastly.
to prepare or make by combining ingredients, especially in co…
AUSTERE (adj)
severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; forbi…
BENEFICENT (adj)
doing good or causing good to be done; conferring benefits; k…
23 terms
March SAT Vocab
Lackadaisical
Nullify
Unanimity
Puacity
기력없는(adj)
취소하다(verb)
(Noun) 만장일치
(Noun) 결핍
Lackadaisical
기력없는(adj)
Nullify
취소하다(verb)
22 terms
Sat Words March
fortuitious
abhorrence
coercion
rancorous
accidental... Ex:Fortuitously miss the buses this morning
Hatred... Ex:I have abhorrence for my math teacher.
Force... I coercioned my friends in to doing my homework.
Bitter, hateful... The kids in my 3 grade class were very rancor…
fortuitious
accidental... Ex:Fortuitously miss the buses this morning
abhorrence
Hatred... Ex:I have abhorrence for my math teacher.
19 terms
SAT Words March
Conditional
Conformist
Congregation
Convergence
Depending on a situation, as in a contract
A person who complies with accepted rules and customs
A crowd of people or an assembly
The state of seperate elements joining or coming together
Conditional
Depending on a situation, as in a contract
Conformist
A person who complies with accepted rules and customs
14 terms
SAT Vocab 2008 March
Protean
Taciturn
Magnanimous
Pedantic
readily assuming different forms or characters; extremely var…
Reluctant to join in conversation
Very generous or forgiving
Of or like a pendant
Protean
readily assuming different forms or characters; extremely var…
Taciturn
Reluctant to join in conversation
28 terms
March 2008 SAT Vocab
model
inspirational
ineffective
exceed
...
...
...
...
model
...
inspirational
...
39 terms
Sat Vocab March 7
abase
aplomb
callow
catharsis
lower or reduce
poise, self-confidence
immature, inexperienced, featherless
removing strong emotions
abase
lower or reduce
aplomb
poise, self-confidence
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