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149 terms
SAT Princeton
Reclusive
Denounce
Pragmatic
Abstruse
Preferring isolation
To condemn openly
Practical
Difficult to understand
Reclusive
Preferring isolation
Denounce
To condemn openly
29 terms
Princeton SAT
filibuster
reminiscent
cosset
fallible
...
...
...
...
filibuster
...
reminiscent
...
40 terms
Princeton SAT
animosity (n)
antagonistic (adj)
apathetic (adj)
apprehensive (adj)
a feeling of strong dislike; hostility
acting in opposition to another; hostile, unfriendly
having or showing little emotion; uncaring
uneasy or fearful; nervous
animosity (n)
a feeling of strong dislike; hostility
antagonistic (adj)
acting in opposition to another; hostile, unfriendly
19 terms
Princeton SAT
abrogate
accrue
advent
Adventitious
Abolish
accumulate
arrival
Accidental
abrogate
Abolish
accrue
accumulate
103 terms
SAT Princeton
unctuous
extinguish
explicitly
meticulous
油嘴滑舌的,谄媚的:flattering;夸张的,做作的:affected, exaggerated
v.使...熄灭;使...不复存在
adv.明白地;明确地
一丝不苟的
unctuous
油嘴滑舌的,谄媚的:flattering;夸张的,做作的:affected, exaggerated
extinguish
v.使...熄灭;使...不复存在
13 terms
SAT (Princeton)
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
v. 描绘
n. 矛盾(公共)
v. 渐渐、暗中破坏
v. 提倡,主张
depict
v. 描绘
controversy
n. 矛盾(公共)
103 terms
SAT Vocabulary: Princeton Review
fabricate
muted
myriad
munificent
verb. to create or make something up, to lie (Mark has a list…
adjective. of low intensity or volume (The painting's muted c…
noun. a great number of people or things (I don't need to exp…
adjective. great generosity in giving (The munificent CEO gav…
fabricate
verb. to create or make something up, to lie (Mark has a list…
muted
adjective. of low intensity or volume (The painting's muted c…
15 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab#7
sustain
obligation
theorem
debilitate
to bear the wight o,support: to undergo(injury loss)without g…
a moral or legal duty:a binding promise,contract
an explanation based on hypothesis and experiemnts
to impair the strength of: to weaken
sustain
to bear the wight o,support: to undergo(injury loss)without g…
obligation
a moral or legal duty:a binding promise,contract
20 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #2
Endure
Perplex
Denounce
Plausibility
To tolerate,withstand,sustain,observation,understanding,wisdom
To cause to be puzzled or bewildered; to confuse
To condemn openly; to attack,accuse, or criticize
Credibility,believability
Endure
To tolerate,withstand,sustain,observation,understanding,wisdom
Perplex
To cause to be puzzled or bewildered; to confuse
20 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #3
Scarce
Ingenuity
Substantiate
Isolated
Insufficient to satisfy a need or demand; rarely encountered
The quality of being cleverly inventive or resourceful
To support with proof or evidence;to verify
Detached or separated,alone
Scarce
Insufficient to satisfy a need or demand; rarely encountered
Ingenuity
The quality of being cleverly inventive or resourceful
30 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #1
Depict
Controversy
Undermine
Advocate
To represent by drawing,portray; to characterize in words,des…
A usually prolonged public dispute;an argument
To weaken;sabotage,subvert,debilitate,destabilize
To support or urge by argument,especially publicly
Depict
To represent by drawing,portray; to characterize in words,des…
Controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute;an argument
22 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #4
Elitism
Endorse
Resign
Forbear
The practice of or belief in rule by an elite
To express approval or support of,especially publicly
To give up(an office or position), especially formally l; to…
To refrain from;to be patient or self controlled
Elitism
The practice of or belief in rule by an elite
Endorse
To express approval or support of,especially publicly
24 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #5
Anachronism
Antagonism
Connoisseur
Assume
The representation of something as existing or happening in t…
Active hostility or opposition
An expert judge in an art or matters of taste
To take for granted without proof;to suppose;to take upon one…
Anachronism
The representation of something as existing or happening in t…
Antagonism
Active hostility or opposition
17 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #8
determine
articulate
atypical
capricious
to settle or resolve9dispute or a question) conclusively
uttered clearly:capable of,expressed with, or marked by clari…
not typical:irregular
impulsive and unpredictable
determine
to settle or resolve9dispute or a question) conclusively
articulate
uttered clearly:capable of,expressed with, or marked by clari…
9 terms
SAT Vocab Princeton Review
Placid
Prognosticate
Melancholy
Environs
Peaceful, not moving
Predict
Sad but a bit happy
Environments
Placid
Peaceful, not moving
Prognosticate
Predict
249 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Effusive
Completely honest, straightforward
Inference; guesswork
Instructive
Showing excessing emotion; overflowing
Candid
Completely honest, straightforward
Conjecture
Inference; guesswork
11 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing excessive emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
45 terms
Princeton SAT words
mandate
nonchalant
rash
versatile
authorization, order
apathetic, casual, detached, unemotional
impulsive, careless, impetuous, irrational
adaptable,gifted,adjustable, flexible
mandate
authorization, order
nonchalant
apathetic, casual, detached, unemotional
14 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #13
crude
forebode
predilection
indignation
in a raw or unrefined state:lacking culture and refinement;vu…
to predict,warn,forecast,foresee
a partiality;preference
strong displeasure at something considered unjust,offensive,i…
crude
in a raw or unrefined state:lacking culture and refinement;vu…
forebode
to predict,warn,forecast,foresee
12 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #12
congenial
conviction
deference
pretension
agreeable or suitable in nature
a firm belief;the act of convicting or state of being convicted
respectful yielding of the opinion or will of another
a claim to something ; an unwarranted or false claim,as to me…
congenial
agreeable or suitable in nature
conviction
a firm belief;the act of convicting or state of being convicted
10 terms
SAT Princeton Vocab words
Adept
Advocate
Aesthetic
Amicable
Very Skilled; proficient
To speak or write in favor of
Having to do with the appreciation of beauty
Characterized by or showing good will; friendly
Adept
Very Skilled; proficient
Advocate
To speak or write in favor of
14 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #11
afflict
allege
sufficient
impractical
to distress with mental or bodily pain
to assert without proof
adequate for purpose;enough
not practical or useful;incapable of dealing sensibly with pr…
afflict
to distress with mental or bodily pain
allege
to assert without proof
25 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #9
neutral
distinguish
incredulous
diverse
not taking the part of either side in a dispute or war; of no…
to mark off as different;to recognize as distinct; to make pr…
disinclined or indisposed to believe;indicating disbelief
of a different kind, unlike; of various kinds,varied
neutral
not taking the part of either side in a dispute or war; of no…
distinguish
to mark off as different;to recognize as distinct; to make pr…
17 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #10
spontaneous
stringent
tyrannical
insolent
Coming or Resulting from a natural impulse or tendency
Rigorously binding or exacting; strict
unjustly cruel or severe
insulting in manner or speech
spontaneous
Coming or Resulting from a natural impulse or tendency
stringent
Rigorously binding or exacting; strict
18 terms
Princeton SAT Vocab #6
lament
contemporary
legitimate
manipulate
to express grief or regret( for or over):a vocal expression o…
existing,occurring,or living at the same time
according to law: in accordance with established rules and st…
to manage or influence skillfully and often unfairly
lament
to express grief or regret( for or over):a vocal expression o…
contemporary
existing,occurring,or living at the same time
Sat vocab princeton
Candid
Conjecture
Effusive
Euphemism
Completely honest; straight forward
Inference; guesswork
Showing excessive emotion; overflowing
A mild, indirect, or vague term substitute for a harsh or off…
Candid
Completely honest; straight forward
Conjecture
Inference; guesswork
107 terms
Princeton SAT words
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
honest, straightforward
inference, guess
instructive
showing excessive emotion
candid
honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference, guess
21 terms
Princeton review Sat vocabulary
Abase (v.)
Abash (v.)
Abdicate (v.)
Aberration (n.)
To humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble;... I ab…
To embarrass; to make ashamed... John felt abashed by his inabi…
To step down from position of power or responsibility... Nixon…
Something not typical; a deviation from a standard... John was…
Abase (v.)
To humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble;... I ab…
Abash (v.)
To embarrass; to make ashamed... John felt abashed by his inabi…
SAT Words Princeton
Cheerful
Gloomy
Joking
Stubborn
sanguine
morose
facetious
obdurate
Cheerful
sanguine
Gloomy
morose
250 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Princeton Review)
Depict
Controversy
Advocate
Arrogant
To represent by drawing, portray - to characterize in words,…
A usually prolonged public dispute - an argument
To support or urge by argument, especially publicly
Having exagerated self-opinion - egotistical or overproud
Depict
To represent by drawing, portray - to characterize in words,…
Controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute - an argument
250 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
husbandry
pedantic
astute
circumspect
the application of scientific principles to agriculture, espe…
concerned with book learning and rules
shrewd
careful, discreet
husbandry
the application of scientific principles to agriculture, espe…
pedantic
concerned with book learning and rules
250 terms
SAT Vocab (Princeton Review)
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
80 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocab
Euphism
Lucid
Ascertain
Erudition
Mild or Vague, substitute for a harsh or offensive term
Clear
To find out
Extensive Learning
Euphism
Mild or Vague, substitute for a harsh or offensive term
Lucid
Clear
26 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocab
Scrupulous
Veracity
Obsequious
Empathetic
principled
truthfullness
attempting to please to a great degree
understanding of another's feelings
Scrupulous
principled
Veracity
truthfullness
103 terms
SAT Vocabulary: Princeton Review
fabricate
muted
myriad
munificent
verb. to create or make something up, to lie (Mark has a list…
adjective. of low intensity or volume (The painting's muted c…
noun. a great number of people or things (I don't need to exp…
adjective. great generosity in giving (The munificent CEO gav…
fabricate
verb. to create or make something up, to lie (Mark has a list…
muted
adjective. of low intensity or volume (The painting's muted c…
873 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocab
lucrative
conviction
misconstrued
stolid
(adj.) bringing in money; profitable
A fixed or strong belief
misunderstood; misinterpreted
unemotional; lacking sensitivity
lucrative
(adj.) bringing in money; profitable
conviction
A fixed or strong belief
SAT Vocabulary Princeton
versatile
profound
tenacity
perplex
capable of turning easily from one thing to another; having m…
showing deep insight or understanding; originating in the dep…
persistence, strong character, perseverance
to cause to be puzzled or bewildered; to confuse
versatile
capable of turning easily from one thing to another; having m…
profound
showing deep insight or understanding; originating in the dep…
32 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Princeton Review)
countenace
disposition
ingenious
sycophantic
a person's face or facial expression
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character
clever, original, and inventive
a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite
countenace
a person's face or facial expression
disposition
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character
143 terms
SAT Princeton Vocab List
Abstruse
Aesthetic
Alleviate
Ambiguous
hard to understand
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
To ease the pain or burden
open to more than one interpretation
Abstruse
hard to understand
Aesthetic
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
500 terms
Princeton 500 Flashcards Essential SAT Vocabulary
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
25 terms
Sat Princeton Words
Enigma
Apathy
Indifferent
Revere
Riddle
Lack of emotion or interest
Having no preference
To worship; to honor
Enigma
Riddle
Apathy
Lack of emotion or interest
39 terms
SAT Princeton 1
allegation
disjointed
hearsay
impugn
a formal accusation
lacking order or coherence; dislocated
rumor; gossip
to call into question; to attack verbally
allegation
a formal accusation
disjointed
lacking order or coherence; dislocated
56 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocab
abstruse
callous
convoluted
disaffected
difficult to understand
emotionally hardened; unfeeling
intricate; complex
having lost faith or loyalty; discontent
abstruse
difficult to understand
callous
emotionally hardened; unfeeling
250 terms
SAT Vocab. The Princeton Review
Depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
describe
an aurgument
weaken
to support
Depict
describe
controversy
an aurgument
500 terms
Princeton SAT (A)
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
124 terms
SAT Princeton 250 words
abase
adroit
alacrity
anachronistic
to lower in rank
dexterous
eagerness
not in chronological order
abase
to lower in rank
adroit
dexterous
67 terms
SAT words Princeton 1
recrimination (n)
cosset (v)
impugn (v)
redolent (a)
mutual accusation
treat sb with a lot of care and attention, pamper
challenge, công kích, bài bác
gợi lại
recrimination (n)
mutual accusation
cosset (v)
treat sb with a lot of care and attention, pamper
330 terms
SAT French Princeton Review
un an, une année
une décennie
un mois
une semaine
a year (age), a year(l'année dernière(full span of time))
a decade
a month
a week
un an, une année
a year (age), a year(l'année dernière(full span of time))
une décennie
a decade
Sat Princeton Vocab 2
Accumen
Adroit
Ascertain
Astute
Accuracy, quickness, and keenness or judgement or insight
Dexterous; deft
To find out, as through investigation of experimentation
Shrewd; clever
Accumen
Accuracy, quickness, and keenness or judgement or insight
Adroit
Dexterous; deft
348 terms
Princeton SAT Biology
If a molecule contains different types…
If a molecule contains only one kind o…
What is an exception to the rule of or…
What are the four biologically importa…
a compound
an element
CO2 - even though carbon dioxide contains carbon, it is still…
proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids
If a molecule contains different types…
a compound
If a molecule contains only one kind o…
an element
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