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SAT PREP Vocab Set 1
accessible (adj)
adapt (verb)
analysis (noun)
application (noun)
Def: able to be reached or used... Ex: Buildings today must be a…
Def: to adjust or make usable... Ex: Many animals can adapt thei…
Def: The process of looking at something carefully and method…
Def: The act of using something.... Ex: Our math teacher used to…
accessible (adj)
Def: able to be reached or used... Ex: Buildings today must be a…
adapt (verb)
Def: to adjust or make usable... Ex: Many animals can adapt thei…
SAT Prep. Set 1 (NCA)
abridge
abstract
academic
acclaim
condense or shorten
theoretical; not concrete
related to education
applaud
abridge
condense or shorten
abstract
theoretical; not concrete
100 terms
SAT Prep Set 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
24 terms
SAT Prep Set 1
Perplexing
equivocation
fallacy
reminiscent
Completely baffling, very puzzling (adj.)
use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth (noun)
mistaken belief, based on unsound argument or conviction (noun)
tending to remind one of something (adj.)
Perplexing
Completely baffling, very puzzling (adj.)
equivocation
use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth (noun)
25 terms
Sat prep set 1
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Circle
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
10 terms
SAT Prep Set 1
Alliteration
antagonist
aside
characterization
when 2 or more words in a group of words begin with the same…
the opponent or enemy of the main character, or protagonist
words spoken to the audience by a character in a drama that a…
the means through which an author reveals a characters person…
Alliteration
when 2 or more words in a group of words begin with the same…
antagonist
the opponent or enemy of the main character, or protagonist
29 terms
Sat prep set 1
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
Morally uncensored
A coin collector
A scarcity, a lack
Beliveing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
Licentious
Morally uncensored
Numismatist
A coin collector
17 terms
SAT Prep Vocab Set 1
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
to shorten, abridge
Act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating or…
High praise
Misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
Abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
Abstinence
Act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating or…
20 terms
SAT Prep Set 1
Abash
Abate
Abbess
Abbey
(v.) to make ashamed
(v.) to put an end to
(n.) a female superior governess of a nunnery
(n.) a monastery or society of people
Abash
(v.) to make ashamed
Abate
(v.) to put an end to
SAT PREP set 1
Abridge
Abstract
Academic
Acclaim
To Condense or shorten
Theoretical, not concrete
Related to eduacation
To Applaud, announce with great approval
Abridge
To Condense or shorten
Abstract
Theoretical, not concrete
27 terms
Sat prep set 1
Abridge
Abstract
Academic
Acclaim
Condense or shorten
Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
Related to education; not practical or directly useful
Applaud; announce with great approval
Abridge
Condense or shorten
Abstract
Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
SAT Prep. Set 1
Obliterate
Diatribe
Skeptical
Ephemeral
To destroy completely
A bitter attack or criticism
Having or showing doubt
Lasting a short time
Obliterate
To destroy completely
Diatribe
A bitter attack or criticism
15 terms
SAT Prep set 1
Adulation
Amiable
Arable
Articulation
Warship; great praise
Friendly; lovable
Able to be cultivated
Speak clearly
Adulation
Warship; great praise
Amiable
Friendly; lovable
10 terms
Sat prep set 1
Abate
Aberrant
Aesthetic
Benevolent
To subside or moderate, Rather than leaving immediately they…
Abnormal or deviant, Given the aberrant nature of the data, w…
artistic; dealing with or capable of appreciation of the beau…
Generous charitable, Mr. Tom was a benevolent employer who wi…
Abate
To subside or moderate, Rather than leaving immediately they…
Aberrant
Abnormal or deviant, Given the aberrant nature of the data, w…
20 terms
Sat Prep Set 1
Laud
Abscond
Impecunious
Mercurial
To praise or give accolade.... Synonyms: Extol
To run away... Usually includes taking somebody or something
Having no money
Quick, shrewd, or unpredictable.
Laud
To praise or give accolade.... Synonyms: Extol
Abscond
To run away... Usually includes taking somebody or something
SAT Prep Set 1
Adjunct
Bellwether
Caterwaul
Chimerical
Something added on but not part of a whole
The leading sheep of a flock with a bell on its neck
Shrill or howling noise
Adjective that means produced by a widly fanciful imagination
Adjunct
Something added on but not part of a whole
Bellwether
The leading sheep of a flock with a bell on its neck
30 terms
SAT Prep- Set 1
Abstract (adj.)
advocate (verb)
ambiguous (adj.)
amiable (adj.)
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
a person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cau…
unclear or inexact because a choice between alternatives has…
having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner... The amia…
Abstract (adj.)
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
advocate (verb)
a person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cau…
25 terms
Sat Prep Set 1
adulation
adversity
benevolent
censure
noun, high praise
noun. misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
adj. friendly and helpful
verb. to criticize harshly
adulation
noun, high praise
adversity
noun. misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
30 terms
SAT PREP SET 1
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
adj: morally unrestrained
noun: a coin collector
Noun: a scarcity, a lack
Adj; believing that all events in life are inevitable and det…
Licentious
adj: morally unrestrained
Numismatist
noun: a coin collector
100 terms
SAT prep set 1
accessible
adhere
alienate
animated
easy to approach, obtain or use
to stick to; to follow through
to create hostility or indifference
lively and spirited
accessible
easy to approach, obtain or use
adhere
to stick to; to follow through
76 terms
SAT prep set 1
Contest
Skeptical
Refute
Impugn
to challenge or dispute
doubting; critical
to disprove
to challenge as false, especially someone's motives
Contest
to challenge or dispute
Skeptical
doubting; critical
SAT Prep Set 1
abstract
advocate
ambiguous
Amiable
adj.... difficult to understand; not of concrete existence, in t…
v... to speak or write in favor of something; support... I advocate…
adj.... open to or having several interpretations or meanings... Th…
adj.... having or showing pleasant and or good-natured qualities.
abstract
adj.... difficult to understand; not of concrete existence, in t…
advocate
v... to speak or write in favor of something; support... I advocate…
24 terms
SAT Prep Words - Set 1
abstemious
acquiesce
acrimonious
admonish
moderate in appetite
to comply
bitter
mildly scorn; caution, advise, or remind to do something
abstemious
moderate in appetite
acquiesce
to comply
9 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Set 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Fake; false
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
25 terms
SAT Prep: Vocab Set 1
Affluent
Contingent
Irony
Exacerbate
adj. rich, wealthy
adj. dependent on certain conditions
n. Something humorous or interesting due to contradiction
v. worsen, aggravate, intensify
Affluent
adj. rich, wealthy
Contingent
adj. dependent on certain conditions
40 terms
SAT Prep Vocab Set 1
rectitude
parity
partisan (adj.)
litigious
being morally correct in judgement
equality
biased in support of a party, group, or cause
prone to engage in lawsuits
rectitude
being morally correct in judgement
parity
equality
100 terms
SAT Vocab Prep Set 1
Temper
Rescind
Pliable
Objective
Soften
Repeal
Flexible
Non-subjective
Temper
Soften
Rescind
Repeal
25 terms
SAT Prep Expert Vocab Set 1
Affluent
Contingent
Irony
Exacerbate
Rich, Wealthy
Dependent on certain conditions
Something humorous or interesting due to contradiction
Worsen, Aggravate, Intensify
Affluent
Rich, Wealthy
Contingent
Dependent on certain conditions
SAT Vocabulary Prep Set 1
allay
amend
ambulatory
ambivalent
to calm or quiet
to alter or modify
capable of walking
feeling both positive and negative emotions about something
allay
to calm or quiet
amend
to alter or modify
18 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Set 1
Egregious
Pellucid/Translucent
Affluent
Antipathy/Empathy
out of the group, outstandingly bad... Roots- Greg (group)
very clear, transparent/ permitting the passage of light... Root…
to flow in abundance, wealthy... Roots- Flu (flow)
feeling against someone or something, dislike/ feeling the sa…
Egregious
out of the group, outstandingly bad... Roots- Greg (group)
Pellucid/Translucent
very clear, transparent/ permitting the passage of light... Root…
10 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Set 1
Brevity (n)
Concise (adj)
Bombastic (adj)
Circumlocution (n)
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
Using few words in speaking or writing
Using language in a pompous, showy way; speaking to impress o…
Speaking in circles; roundabout speech
Brevity (n)
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
Concise (adj)
Using few words in speaking or writing
12 terms
SAT Words (Set 1)
Abhor (v.)
Bigot (noun)
Counterfeit (adj)
Enfranchise (v.)
regard with disgust and hatred.... "He abhorred sexism in every…
a person who is intolerant towards those holding different op…
1. made in exact imitation of something valuable with the int…
give voting rights... "a proposal that foreigners should be enfr…
Abhor (v.)
regard with disgust and hatred.... "He abhorred sexism in every…
Bigot (noun)
a person who is intolerant towards those holding different op…
6 terms
SAT prep vocabulary set 1
Bewail
Plumb
Wheedle
Destitute
...
...
...
...
Bewail
...
Plumb
...
15 terms
sat prep words set 1
beguile
heresy
gullible
jocular
v- to mislead or delude
n- opinion contrary to popular belief/accepted religion
adj- easily deceived
adj- said or done in jest
beguile
v- to mislead or delude
heresy
n- opinion contrary to popular belief/accepted religion
25 terms
SAT Prep Vocab Set 1
affluent
contingent
Irony
Exacerbate
(adj.) rich, wealthy
(adj.) dependent on certain conditions
(n.) something humorous or interesting due to contradiction
(v.) worsen, aggravate, intensify
affluent
(adj.) rich, wealthy
contingent
(adj.) dependent on certain conditions
21 terms
SAT Vocab Prep Set 1
Synthesize
Advocate
Dogmatic
Deleterious
Create, Produce
Support
Firm/rigid in beliefs
Harmful
Synthesize
Create, Produce
Advocate
Support
2,000 terms
SAT Vocabulary Prep: Set 1
et cetera
ado
aye
doe
Latin. And so forth.
n. unnecessary activity or ceremony.
adv. An expression of assent.
n. The female of the deer.
et cetera
Latin. And so forth.
ado
n. unnecessary activity or ceremony.
SAT Vocab Prep (Set 1)
Abandon
Abortive
Abscond
Accretion
total lack of inhibition.
ending without results.
to leave quickly in secret
a growth in size, an increase in amount
Abandon
total lack of inhibition.
Abortive
ending without results.
20 terms
Veritas Prep SAT 2400 Vocabulary Set 1
Synthesize
Advocate
Dogmatic
Deleterious
v. create, produce
v. support, n. supporter
adj. firm/rigid in beliefs
adj. harmful
Synthesize
v. create, produce
Advocate
v. support, n. supporter
10 terms
SAT Prep G10-Set 1
anthro
abstain
anachronistic
bias
human
choose not to consume
chronically misplaced
A particular tendency or partiality that prevents objective c…
anthro
human
abstain
choose not to consume
SAT prep set 1
Abate
Abbreviate
Abduction
Abdicate
To subside, decrease, or lessen
To shorten
Kidnapping
To renounce
Abate
To subside, decrease, or lessen
Abbreviate
To shorten
10 terms
SAT Prep Vocab Set 1, 1-10
Synthesize
Advocate
Dogmatic
Deleterious
Create, Produce - Synonym - Fake, Lab produced
Support, Supporter - Synonym - Supporter
Firm/Rigid in beliefs - Synonym - Stiff or Unmovable
Harmful - Synonym - Deadly
Synthesize
Create, Produce - Synonym - Fake, Lab produced
Advocate
Support, Supporter - Synonym - Supporter
SAT prep words (set 1)
enigma
apathy
indifferent
revere
a mystery, hard to understand or explain
lack of emotion or interest
having no preference
to worship, to honor
enigma
a mystery, hard to understand or explain
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
10 terms
SAT Set 1
abbreviate
arid
benevolent
camaraderie
to shorten, abridge
extremely dry or deathly boring
friendly and helpful
trust, sociability amongst friends
abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
arid
extremely dry or deathly boring
ENG3 - SAT Prep Vocab - Set 1
tout
extol
quell
brawn
To brag publicly
To praise highly
To calm, ease, or pacify
Muscular strength
tout
To brag publicly
extol
To praise highly
601 terms
Prep For SAT: Set 1
If N times (5 over 14) equals (5 over…
They are smaller than their counterpar…
The professor asked the students to ma…
If x + y = 3 and x minus y = 5, then x…
A) 7 over 9... If N times (5 over 14) equals (5 over 14) times…
Choice (E) is correct. It avoids the faulty logic of the orig…
Choice (C) is correct. It is customary to refer to materials…
C... Recall that x^2 minus y^2 can be factored as (x + y) times…
If N times (5 over 14) equals (5 over…
A) 7 over 9... If N times (5 over 14) equals (5 over 14) times…
They are smaller than their counterpar…
Choice (E) is correct. It avoids the faulty logic of the orig…
SAT Prep Vocab Words Set 1
abstract... adj
advocate... verb
ambiguous... adj
amiable... adj
existing as a thought or idea but not physically... Marie strug…
to publicly recommend or support... He advocated for the new pe…
have a double meaning; open to interpretation... I found the pr…
friendly manner; good natured... During the conversation I real…
abstract... adj
existing as a thought or idea but not physically... Marie strug…
advocate... verb
to publicly recommend or support... He advocated for the new pe…
20 terms
SAT PREP: INTERMEDIATE SET 1
ABATE
ABOMINATE
ACCORD
AFFINITY
Decrease
Hate
Agreement
Attraction
ABATE
Decrease
ABOMINATE
Hate
20 terms
Sat prep affixes set 1
Nat
Bene
Meter
Scope
Birth
Well
Measure
See, look
Nat
Birth
Bene
Well
SAT Words Set 1
whet
superlative
elusive
jaundiced
to sharpen or stimulate (as an appetite)
the best, usually in a comparison of 3 (good, better, best)
hard to understand or pin down
yellowish skin or eyes
whet
to sharpen or stimulate (as an appetite)
superlative
the best, usually in a comparison of 3 (good, better, best)
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