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127 terms
Sparknotes' SAT Common Roots
aco(u)
act, ag
agog(ue), agogy
agon, agonist
to hear, hearing | acoustic
to act, to do, to drive | active, agent
to lead, leader, guiding, inducing | demagogue
struggle, content | agony, antagonist
aco(u)
to hear, hearing | acoustic
act, ag
to act, to do, to drive | active, agent
11 terms
SAT Most common (sparknotes)
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
Abduct
(v.) TO HUMILIATE, DEGRADE... (After being overthrown and abase…
(v.) TO REDUCE, LESSEN... (The rain poured down for a while the…
(v.) TO GIVE UP A POSITION, USUALLY ONE OF LEADERSHIP ... (When…
(v.) TO KIDNAP, TAKE BY FORCE... (The evildoers abducted the fai…
Abase
(v.) TO HUMILIATE, DEGRADE... (After being overthrown and abase…
Abate
(v.) TO REDUCE, LESSEN... (The rain poured down for a while the…
991 terms
Sparknotes Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (2)
apprehend
approbation
appropriate
aquatic
to seize, arrest
praise
to take, make use of
relating to water
apprehend
to seize, arrest
approbation
praise
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (3)
chronological
circuitous
circumlocution
circumscribed
arranged in order of time
roundabout
indirect and wordy language
marked off, bounded by
chronological
arranged in order of time
circuitous
roundabout
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (1)
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade
to reduce, lessen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
to kidnap, take by force
abase
to humiliate, degrade
abate
to reduce, lessen
28 terms
Sparknotes' 28 Most Common SAT Word Roots
ante
anti
auto
bene
before ... antebellum, antediluvian
against ... antithesis, antipathy, antiseptic
self ... autocratic
good, well... benefactor, benevolent, benediction
ante
before ... antebellum, antediluvian
anti
against ... antithesis, antipathy, antiseptic
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (6)
goad
gourmand
grandiloquence
grandiose
to urge, spur, incite to action
someone fond of eating and drinking
lofty, pompous language
on a magnificent or exaggerated scale
goad
to urge, spur, incite to action
gourmand
someone fond of eating and drinking
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (7)
invective
inveterate
inviolable
irascible
an angry verbal attack
stubbornly established by habit
secure from assault
easily angered
invective
an angry verbal attack
inveterate
stubbornly established by habit
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (8)
oscillate
ostensible
ostentatious
ostracism
to sway from one side to the other
appearing as such, seemingly
excessively showy, glitzy
exclusion from a group
oscillate
to sway from one side to the other
ostensible
appearing as such, seemingly
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
submissive
succinct
superfluous
surfeit
easily yielding to authority
marked by compact precision
exceeding what is necessary
an overabundant supply or indulgence
submissive
easily yielding to authority
succinct
marked by compact precision
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (9)
quixotic
quotidian
rail
rancid
idealistic, impractical
daily
to scold, protest
having a terrible taste or smell
quixotic
idealistic, impractical
quotidian
daily
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (3)
chronological
circuitous
circumlocution
circumscribed
arranged in order of time
roundabout
indirect and wordy language
marked off, bounded by
chronological
arranged in order of time
circuitous
roundabout
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (5)
elicit
eloquent
elucidate
elude
to bring forth, draw out, evok
expressive, articulate, moving
to clarify, explain
to evade, escape
elicit
to bring forth, draw out, evok
eloquent
expressive, articulate, moving
91 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (10)
submissive
succinct
superfluous
surfeit
easily yielding to authority
marked by compact precision
exceeding what is necessary
an overabundant supply or indulgence
submissive
easily yielding to authority
succinct
marked by compact precision
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (1)
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade
to reduce, lessen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
to kidnap, take by force
abase
to humiliate, degrade
abate
to reduce, lessen
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (2)
apprehend
approbation
appropriate
aquatic
to seize, arrest
praise
to take, make use of
relating to water
apprehend
to seize, arrest
approbation
praise
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (4)
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (9)
quixotic
quotidian
rail
rancid
idealistic, impractical; veel te idealistisch, donquichotachtig
daily; dagelijks
to scold, protest; schelden, protesteren
having a terrible taste or smell; ranzig
quixotic
idealistic, impractical; veel te idealistisch, donquichotachtig
quotidian
daily; dagelijks
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (1)
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade; vernederen
to reduce, lessen; verminderen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership; aftreden
to kidnap, take by force; ontvoeren
abase
to humiliate, degrade; vernederen
abate
to reduce, lessen; verminderen
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (4)
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short; kortaf, bits
to lessen, reduce; verminderen
intimidating, causing one to lose courage; ontmoedingend
a lack, scarcity; schaarste, gebrek
curt
abruptly and rudely short; kortaf, bits
curtail
to lessen, reduce; verminderen
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (6)
goad
gourmand
grandiloquence
grandiose
to urge, spur, incite to action; prikkelen, aansporen
someone fond of eating and drinking; smulpaap, vreetzak
lofty, pompous language; grootspraak
on a magnificent or exaggerated scale; grandioos
goad
to urge, spur, incite to action; prikkelen, aansporen
gourmand
someone fond of eating and drinking; smulpaap, vreetzak
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (3)
chronological
circuitous
circumlocution
circumscribed
arranged in order of time
roundabout; omslachtig
indirect and wordy language; ergens omheen praten
marked off, bounded by; omschreven
chronological
arranged in order of time
circuitous
roundabout; omslachtig
91 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (10)
submissive
succinct
superfluous
surfeit
easily yielding to authority; onderdanig
marked by compact precision; beknopt
exceeding what is necessary; overbodig
an overabundant supply or indulgence; oververzadiging
submissive
easily yielding to authority; onderdanig
succinct
marked by compact precision; beknopt
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (2)
apprehend
approbation
appropriate
aquatic
to seize, arrest; begrijpen, grijpen
praise; goedkeuring, lof
to take, make use of; toe-eigenen
relating to water
apprehend
to seize, arrest; begrijpen, grijpen
approbation
praise; goedkeuring, lof
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (5)
elicit
eloquent
elucidate
elude
to bring forth, draw out, evok; uitlokken
expressive, articulate, moving; welsprekend
to clarify, explain; verhelderen, verduidelijken
to evade, escape; ontnappen
elicit
to bring forth, draw out, evok; uitlokken
eloquent
expressive, articulate, moving; welsprekend
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (7)
invective
inveterate
inviolable
irascible
an angry verbal attack; scheldwoorden
stubbornly established by habit; ingeworteld, ingekankerd
secure from assault; onschendbaar
easily angered; opvliegend, snel boos
invective
an angry verbal attack; scheldwoorden
inveterate
stubbornly established by habit; ingeworteld, ingekankerd
100 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words (8)
oscillate
ostensible
ostentatious
ostracism
to sway from one side to the other; schommelen, slingeren
appearing as such, seemingly; ogenschijnlijk
excessively showy, glitzy; pronkerig, opzichtig
exclusion from a group; uitbanning
oscillate
to sway from one side to the other; schommelen, slingeren
ostensible
appearing as such, seemingly; ogenschijnlijk
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose cour…
a lack, scarcity
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
curt
to lessen, reduce
curtail
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt (adj)
curtail (v)
daunting (adj)
dearth (n)
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity (antonym of abundant)
curt (adj)
abruptly and rudely short
curtail (v)
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
991 terms
Sparknotes 1000 Most Common SAT Words
curt
curtail
daunting
dearth
abruptly and rudely short
to lessen, reduce
intimidating, causing one to lose courage
a lack, scarcity
curt
abruptly and rudely short
curtail
to lessen, reduce
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