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SAT Vocab 1 English 2 Pre-AP
inadvertedly
cyclical
clarified
faux pas
not intended or planned ADJECTIVE
happening in cycles ADJECTIVE
to make easier to clearer verb ADJECTIVE
an embarrassing remark or act NOUN
inadvertedly
not intended or planned ADJECTIVE
cyclical
happening in cycles ADJECTIVE
26 terms
PreAP English 2 SAT Vocab. 1 Spring Mulligan
Detrimental (Adj.) (de-truh-MEN-tl)
Distinguish (V.) (di-STING-gwish)
Enlighten (V.) (en-LAHYT-n)
Essential (Adj.) (uh-SEN-shul)
Causing damage or harm; injurious... Harmful... Oxygen was ________…
Make clear the differences between two or more concepts or it…
To apply reason to understand, explain and even change the wo…
Integral... Necessary ... Water is _________ for the blowfish.
Detrimental (Adj.) (de-truh-MEN-tl)
Causing damage or harm; injurious... Harmful... Oxygen was ________…
Distinguish (V.) (di-STING-gwish)
Make clear the differences between two or more concepts or it…
29 terms
Pre-Ap English 2 SAT
antiquated
berate
choleric
conglomerate
old fashioned; out-of-date
to scold harshly
showing a quick temper; easily angered
mass; cluster; a large coroporation made by merging companies
antiquated
old fashioned; out-of-date
berate
to scold harshly
29 terms
Pre Ap English 2 SAT
Antiquated
berate
chloeric
conglomerate
old fashioned
to scold harshly
showing a quick temper
mass
Antiquated
old fashioned
berate
to scold harshly
130 terms
SAT English Vocab English 2 Pre-AP
apt
confound
devolve
engender
inclined or likely
to cause one to become confused
to transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
to cause, to produce, to create
apt
inclined or likely
confound
to cause one to become confused
20 terms
Pre-AP English II SAT Vocab 1
Tout
Extol
Quell
Brawn
To publicly brag
To praise highly
To calm
Muscular strength
Tout
To publicly brag
Extol
To praise highly
20 terms
English 2 Pre-Ap SAT vocabulary words
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
an enemy, opponent
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile;to transfer, con…
a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever skill
to compel, force
adversary
an enemy, opponent
alienate
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile;to transfer, con…
25 terms
Pre-ap English 2 SAT words: lesson 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
Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
Altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
25 terms
Pre-ap English 2 SAT words: lesson 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
Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
Altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
20 terms
Pre-AP English SAT Vocabulary Chapter 2
Adjourn: (Verb)
Alien: (Noun)... (Adj.)
Comely: (Adj.)
Compensate: (Verb)
to stop proceedings temporarily; to move to another place.
Noun: A citizen of another country... Adj.: Foreign or strange
Having a pleasing appearance
To make up for; to repay for services
Adjourn: (Verb)
to stop proceedings temporarily; to move to another place.
Alien: (Noun)... (Adj.)
Noun: A citizen of another country... Adj.: Foreign or strange
130 terms
SAT Vocab English 2 Pre-AP
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
To cause, to produce, to create
Apt
Inclined or likely
Confound
To cause one to become confused
20 terms
Pre-AP English 1 SAT Vocabulary Semester 2 - Spring 2016
acrid (adj.)
boorish (adj.)
cynical (adj.)
epistle (n.)
sharp; pungent
ill-mannered
believing that people act only out of selfish motives
a letter (form of communication)
acrid (adj.)
sharp; pungent
boorish (adj.)
ill-mannered
60 terms
SAT vocabulary English 2 Pre-Ap
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility
To cause , to produce, to create
Apt
Inclined or likely
Confound
To cause one to become confused
20 terms
Pre-Ap SAT English 1 Spring Vocab (Set 2)
acuity
braggart
debunking
epitomized
sharpness (mental or visual)
someone who boasts
exposing false claims or myths
typified; characterized; personified
acuity
sharpness (mental or visual)
braggart
someone who boasts
55 terms
"I Do" Part 2 and SAT #1-30 English 2 PreAP Vocab Test
abduct
henchman
stagnate
stagnant
to kidnap
a trusted follower, goon
to be idle, to be still
still, not flowing
abduct
to kidnap
henchman
a trusted follower, goon
20 terms
English 2 pre ap SAT Vocab #2
Adroit
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
Clever or skillful in using the hands or mind. (Adjective) Ad…
Spirit of friendliness, without serious disagreement or ranco…
Have a strong dislike of or opposition to something. (Adjecti…
Hostile and aggressive. (Adjective) Antagonistic, warlike.
Adroit
Clever or skillful in using the hands or mind. (Adjective) Ad…
Amicable
Spirit of friendliness, without serious disagreement or ranco…
30 terms
Pre- AP English 2 SAT Vocab #2
acquiescent
antiquated
berate
chloric
reluctantly agreeable; complaint
old- fashioned; out of date
to scold harshly
showing a quick temper; easily angered
acquiescent
reluctantly agreeable; complaint
antiquated
old- fashioned; out of date
25 terms
SAT #1 English II Pre-AP Sophmore
Disparate
Angular
Altruistic
Discern
Fundamentally different; entirely unlike
Sharp-cornered; having an angle; not rounded (body); bony; le…
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others.
To see clearly, recognize
Disparate
Fundamentally different; entirely unlike
Angular
Sharp-cornered; having an angle; not rounded (body); bony; le…
50 terms
SAT vocabulary English 2 Pre-Ap
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility
To cause , to produce, to create
Apt
Inclined or likely
Confound
To cause one to become confused
100 terms
SAT VOCAB ENGLISH 2 PRE AP
1. Apt
2. Confound
3. Devolve
4. Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
To cause, to produce, to create
1. Apt
Inclined or likely
2. Confound
To cause one to become confused
28 terms
Pre-AP English 2 SAT Vocabulary
Antiquated
Berate
Choleric
Congolmerate
old fashioned; out of date.
to scold harshly.
showing a quick temper; easily angered.
mass; cluster; a large corporation made by merging companies.
Antiquated
old fashioned; out of date.
Berate
to scold harshly.
110 terms
SAT Vocabulary English 2 Pre-AP
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
Inclined or likely
To cause one to become confused
To transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
To cause, to produce, to create
Apt
Inclined or likely
Confound
To cause one to become confused
20 terms
English 2 pre ap SAT vocab
Ambiguous
Amulet
Baleful
Boisterous
Having more then one meaning; unclear, uncertain
A charm or ornament worn to protect against evil
Destructive, deadly
Rowdy, rough, & stormy
Ambiguous
Having more then one meaning; unclear, uncertain
Amulet
A charm or ornament worn to protect against evil
14 terms
Pre-AP English 1 SAT Vocabulary
Accolade
Crass
Defamation
estrange
Praise or award
(adj) crew or unrefined
(n) the act of harming another's reputation or character
(v) to alienate or seperate
Accolade
Praise or award
Crass
(adj) crew or unrefined
30 terms
Pre-Ap English 2 SAT Vocabulary List
Antiquated
Berate
Choleric
Conglomerate
old-fashioned; out-of-date
to scold harshly
showing a quick temper; easily angered
mass; cluster; a large corporation made by merging companies
Antiquated
old-fashioned; out-of-date
Berate
to scold harshly
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Pre-AP English 2 SAT Words
austere
autonomous
banal
capricious
strict, stern
independent, self-contained
common, ordinary, lacking freshness
changing suddenly
austere
strict, stern
autonomous
independent, self-contained
21 terms
English III Pre AP SAT list #2
Epithet
Churlish
Double entendre
Inimitable
Descriptive word or phrase
Surly
An ambiguity with one interpretation that is indelicate
Matchless
Epithet
Descriptive word or phrase
Churlish
Surly
12 terms
SAT 1-3 Summative (Pre-AP English)
Brevity
Quiescent
Taciturn
Terse
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing.
Quiet; still; inactive.
Silent; sparing of words; close-mouthed.
Using only words that are needed to make the point; very conc…
Brevity
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing.
Quiescent
Quiet; still; inactive.
10 terms
Pre-AP English: SAT Vocabulary, Week 1
Asylum
Camaraderie
Censure
Conformist
1. The protection granted by a nation to someone who has left…
Mutual trust and friendship among people who spend a lot of t…
1. Verb. Express severe disapproval (someone or something), t…
1. Noun. A person who conforms to accepted behavior or establ…
Asylum
1. The protection granted by a nation to someone who has left…
Camaraderie
Mutual trust and friendship among people who spend a lot of t…
25 terms
Pre-AP English II SAT Terms (2)
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others
Having contrary feelings, uncertain as to a course of action
Lean, sharp, gaunt
Having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one's own importa…
Altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others
Ambivalent
Having contrary feelings, uncertain as to a course of action
SAT Set 2 English Pre-AP 10
trenchant
procrastinate
roster
impede
cutting, incisive, having a sharp point; caustic, sarcastic.
to put off until a later time.
a list of names; especially of personnel available for duty.
to obstruct or interfere with; to delay.
trenchant
cutting, incisive, having a sharp point; caustic, sarcastic.
procrastinate
to put off until a later time.
SAT set 1 English Pre-AP 10
chattel
austere
lament
aloof
an item of personal, movable property; slave.
stern, as in manner; without excess, unadorned, simple and pl…
to express sorrow or regret; to mourn.
distant, reserved in manner; uninvolved.
chattel
an item of personal, movable property; slave.
austere
stern, as in manner; without excess, unadorned, simple and pl…
25 terms
Pre-AP English SAT Vocab Test 1
adulterated: VERB/ADJECTIVE
ambidextrous: ADJECTIVE
augment: VERB
bereft: VERB
to make impure by adding other materials
able to use both hands equally well
to make larger or intensify
past tense of bereave (to deprive)
adulterated: VERB/ADJECTIVE
to make impure by adding other materials
ambidextrous: ADJECTIVE
able to use both hands equally well
20 terms
Week 1-2 SAT Vocab English 2 Pre-Ap Mrs. Meador CHS
Apt
Confound
Devolve
Engender
inclined or likely
to cause one to become confused
to transfer or delegate responsibility upon another
to cause, to produce, to create
Apt
inclined or likely
Confound
to cause one to become confused
25 terms
Pre-AP English II: SAT Vocab Unit 1
Amorphous
Extrovert
Ululate
Indefatigable
[adj.] Without definite shape/type... Ex: "An amorphous cloud…
[n.] An outgoing person... Ex: "The popular kids were mostly *ex…
[v.] To howl or wail... Ex: "The dog ululated on Hallow's Eve."
[adj.] Tireless; unyielding... Ex: "The baby's crying was *indef…
Amorphous
[adj.] Without definite shape/type... Ex: "An amorphous cloud…
Extrovert
[n.] An outgoing person... Ex: "The popular kids were mostly *ex…
30 terms
List 2- Pre-AP English 2 SAT Vocab
acquiscient
antiquated
berate
choleric
reluctantly agreeable, complaint
old fashioned; out of date
to scold harshly
showing a quick temper; easily angered
acquiscient
reluctantly agreeable, complaint
antiquated
old fashioned; out of date
20 terms
PreAp SAT Word Study Guide #2
Affable
Aloof
Aversion
Banal
friendly, courteous
Apart, indifferent, detached
disliking, reluctance
common, ordinary, insipid
Affable
friendly, courteous
Aloof
Apart, indifferent, detached
49 terms
Pre AP English II SAT Words 1-5
disingenious
innocuous
amicable
ascetic
insincere, hypocritical
harmless, insignificant
friendly, agreeable
w/out indulgence or luxuries
disingenious
insincere, hypocritical
innocuous
harmless, insignificant
26 terms
PreAP English 2 SAT Vocab. 2 Spring Mulligan
Capricious (Adj.) (kuh-PRISH-us)
Color (V.) (kul-ER)
Effectual (Adj.) (i-FEK-choo-ul)
Expunge (V.) (ik-SPUNJ)
Changing suddenly... Fickle ... Her ______ moods are difficult to a…
To change as if by dyeing, influence, distort, or gloss over…
Able to produce the desired effect... Working... The snow created b…
To erase or eliminate... Destroy... By throwing water on the witch,…
Capricious (Adj.) (kuh-PRISH-us)
Changing suddenly... Fickle ... Her ______ moods are difficult to a…
Color (V.) (kul-ER)
To change as if by dyeing, influence, distort, or gloss over…
12 terms
Pre-AP English II--Vocabulary 2.1
cacophony
callous
caustic
contrite
harsh discordance of sound
made hard; hardened
severely critical or sarcastic
showing sincere remorse
cacophony
harsh discordance of sound
callous
made hard; hardened
20 terms
GHS-Schneider: Pre-AP English I SAT Vocabulary - List 2
acrimonious
aloof
benign
credulous
acidic; sarcastic
apart, indifference
not causing harm, beneficial
believing on slight evidence, gullible
acrimonious
acidic; sarcastic
aloof
apart, indifference
30 terms
List 1- Pre-AP English SAT Vocab List
Ambiguous
banal
blasphemous
chicanery
having a double meaning; obscure; unclear
meaningless from overuse; trival
showing disrespect or scorn for God or anything sacred
trickery; use of clever talk or action to deceive
Ambiguous
having a double meaning; obscure; unclear
banal
meaningless from overuse; trival
20 terms
(2nd Semester) Pre Ap English I SAT Vocabulary List 2
acuity
braggart
debunking
epitomized
sharpness (mental or visual)
someone who boasts
exposing false claims or myths
typified; characterized; personified
acuity
sharpness (mental or visual)
braggart
someone who boasts
12 terms
Pre-AP English II--Vocabulary 1.2
articulation
autonomy
bias
blatant
phonetic processing of sounds therefore creating appropriate…
independence or freedom, as of the will or one's actions
prejudice
extremely obvious, typically without shame
articulation
phonetic processing of sounds therefore creating appropriate…
autonomy
independence or freedom, as of the will or one's actions
10 terms
Jenny PreAP English SAT Vocabulary Set#1
Accolade
crass
defamination
estrange
praise or award
crude or unrefined
the act of harming someones reputation or character
to alienate or seperate
Accolade
praise or award
crass
crude or unrefined
9 terms
Pre/Ap SAT 1 words (part 2)
Paradigm
Malaise
Malice
Paragon
"A ________ of the new pair of dimes"
"_______ was brought on by spoiled"
"_____ has malice towards door to door salesman"
"A _______ pair of guns"
Paradigm
"A ________ of the new pair of dimes"
Malaise
"_______ was brought on by spoiled"
12 terms
SAT WORDS- LIST 3, Groups 1 & 2 Pre-AP
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
25 terms
PreAP SAT Vocab Unit 1 & 2
Antithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
A direct opposite ... A contrast
To move upward... To rise from a lower situation
Strict ... Stern... Unadorned ... Ascetic
Independent ... Self contained
Antithesis
A direct opposite ... A contrast
Ascend
To move upward... To rise from a lower situation
SAT Vocab English 2 Pre-Ap week 2
fallacious
plethora
dissension
oblivion
containing a fallacy, deceptive, logically unsound.
an exess
disagreeing or dissenting, as in opinion or attitude.
state of being forgotten; total forgetfulness.
fallacious
containing a fallacy, deceptive, logically unsound.
plethora
an exess
40 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Pre-AP English)
Inundate
Garish
Underscore
Haughty
(v) To overwhelm with, to flood
(adj) Flashy, tastelessly loud, and brightly colored
(v) To emphasize
(adj) Snobbish, overly proud
Inundate
(v) To overwhelm with, to flood
Garish
(adj) Flashy, tastelessly loud, and brightly colored
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