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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
Diminution
Discerning
Disdain
Dismantle
lessening; reduction in size; to diminish
having good judgement or insight; able to distinguish mentally
Intense dislike
to take apart
Diminution
lessening; reduction in size; to diminish
Discerning
having good judgement or insight; able to distinguish mentally
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SAT Vocabulary lesson 10
Diminution
Discerning
Disdain
Dismantle
a lessening; a reduction in size
keenly perceptive; showing or having good judgement
a feeling of contempt for anything that is regarded as unwort…
to pull down; to take apart
Diminution
a lessening; a reduction in size
Discerning
keenly perceptive; showing or having good judgement
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10 Alphabetical
disconcert
dishevel
diurnal
diverse
to disturb the composure of; upset; to frustrate
to make untidy; to disarrange the hair or clothing of
occurring every day; occurring during the daytime
different; varied
disconcert
to disturb the composure of; upset; to frustrate
dishevel
to make untidy; to disarrange the hair or clothing of
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10 Alphabetical
disconcert
dishevel
diurnal
diverse
to disturb the composure of; upset; to frustrate
to make untidy; to disarrange the hair or clothing of
occurring every day; occurring during the daytime
different; varied
disconcert
to disturb the composure of; upset; to frustrate
dishevel
to make untidy; to disarrange the hair or clothing of
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SAT Vocab Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought, lost in one's mind
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newley emerge
abstracted
removed in thought, lost in one's mind
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
amenable
precarious
criterion
guise
agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing to giv…
unsafe, unsteady, unstable
a standard or rule by which something can be judged; a basis…
appearance, semblance
amenable
agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing to giv…
precarious
unsafe, unsteady, unstable
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Lesson 10 SAT Vocabulary
Abstracted (Adj.)
Adulation (N.)
Adversity (N.)
Burgeon (V.)
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
Extreme praise or admiration.... Due to the great adulation of…
Misfortune, unfavorable happening.... He has suffered much adve…
To sprout, to newly emerge.... Plants burgeon with the coming o…
Abstracted (Adj.)
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
Adulation (N.)
Extreme praise or admiration.... Due to the great adulation of…
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Lesson 10 SAT Vocabulary
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
excessive praise; intense adoration
Hardship; misfortune, unfavorable happening
to grow and flourish, to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
excessive praise; intense adoration
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Lesson 10 SAT Vocabulary
fugacious
subtertfuge
functionary
engender
fleeting
evasion
An official.
to produce, cause, or bring about
fugacious
fleeting
subtertfuge
evasion
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Lesson 10 SAT Vocabulary
burgeon
decadent
entreaty
indulgent
to grow and flourish, to sprout, to newly emerge
Decaying
A plea, an earnest request
Characterized by excessive generosity; lenient
burgeon
to grow and flourish, to sprout, to newly emerge
decadent
Decaying
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SAT Vocab Lesson 10
affiliate
bane
berate
blatant
n: an associate; a partner ; member, colleague
n: the cause of ruin, harm, distress, or death ; blight, curse
v: to scold or rebuke severely and at length ; admonish, repr…
adj: obvious; too conspicuous ; unconcealed, deliberate
affiliate
n: an associate; a partner ; member, colleague
bane
n: the cause of ruin, harm, distress, or death ; blight, curse
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Lesson 10 SAT Vocabulary
abstracted
adulation
burgeon
decadent
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
excessive praise; intense adoration
to grow and flourish, to sprout, to newly emerge
Decaying
abstracted
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
excessive praise; intense adoration
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
fallible
blatant
dawdle
affiliate
capable of error
obvious; too conspicuous
to waste time
an associate; partner
fallible
capable of error
blatant
obvious; too conspicuous
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SAT Vocabulary lesson 10
Fallible
Blatant
Dawdle
Affiliate
Capable of error.
Obvious; Too conspicuous.
To waste time.
An Associate; Partner.
Fallible
Capable of error.
Blatant
Obvious; Too conspicuous.
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
ameliorate (v)
banal (adj)
bibliophile (n)
culprit (n)
to make something better, particularly a bad situation or con…
overused or common
one who loves or collects books
the person responsible for an unlawful or unallowable act; th…
ameliorate (v)
to make something better, particularly a bad situation or con…
banal (adj)
overused or common
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2015-2016 SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
disconcert
dishevel
diurnal
diverse
to disturb the composure of; upset; to frustrate
to make untidy; to disarrange the hair or clothing of
occurring every day; occurring during the daytime
different; varied
disconcert
to disturb the composure of; upset; to frustrate
dishevel
to make untidy; to disarrange the hair or clothing of
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Lesson 10 SAT Vocabulary
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
excessive praise; intense adoration
Hardship; misfortune, unfavorable happening
to grow and flourish, to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
Removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
excessive praise; intense adoration
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10 Alphabetical
disconcert
dishevel
diurnal
diverse
to disturb the composure of; upset; to frustrate
to make untidy; to disarrange the hair or clothing of
occurring every day; occurring during the daytime
different; varied
disconcert
to disturb the composure of; upset; to frustrate
dishevel
to make untidy; to disarrange the hair or clothing of
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SAT Vocabulary: Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate siutation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate siutation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT Vocabulary: Lesson 10
diminution
discerning
disdain
dismantle
noun: a reduction; a lessening
adjective: having or showing good judgement
noun: dislike, hatred
verb: to take apart
diminution
noun: a reduction; a lessening
discerning
adjective: having or showing good judgement
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SAT Vocabulary Intro Lesson 10
distinct
dominant
dormant
drab
adj.... clearly noticed; different... syn.... definite
adj.... primary or principal; having or exercising control over…
adj.... not growing or producing; asleep... syn.... inactive
adj.... lacking color; uninteresting, boring... syn.... colorless
distinct
adj.... clearly noticed; different... syn.... definite
dominant
adj.... primary or principal; having or exercising control over…
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SAT Lesson 10
catalyst
disperse
ephemeral
impetus
a substance that stimulates a chemical reaction
to scatter
lasting a very short time
a moving force
catalyst
a substance that stimulates a chemical reaction
disperse
to scatter
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SAT Prep Lesson 10
idolatry
adulterate
emante
garish
excessive or blind adoration
to make impure; contaminate
to come forth
tastelessly gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration
adulterate
to make impure; contaminate
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
ameliorate
banal
bibliophile
culprit
to make better, particularly a bad situation or condition; to…
overused or common; so lacking in originality as to be obviou…
one who loves or collects books
the guilty party; the person responsible for an unlawful or u…
ameliorate
to make better, particularly a bad situation or condition; to…
banal
overused or common; so lacking in originality as to be obviou…
SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
Amputate
Aptitude
Beneficiary
Boon
To cut off a body part; especially by surgery
A natural talent
One who benefits or gains an advantage from something
A welcome gift or blessing
Amputate
To cut off a body part; especially by surgery
Aptitude
A natural talent
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SAT Vocabulary Intro Lesson 10
distinct
dominant
dormant
drab
adj.... clearly noticed; different... syn.... definite
adj.... primary or principal; having or exercising control over…
adj.... not growing or producing; asleep... syn.... inactive
adj.... lacking color; uninteresting, boring... syn.... colorless
distinct
adj.... clearly noticed; different... syn.... definite
dominant
adj.... primary or principal; having or exercising control over…
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT Vocab Lesson 10
ameliorate
banal
bibliophile
culprit
to make something better, particularly a bad situation or con…
overused or common
one who loves or collects books
the person responsible for an unlawful or unallowable act; th…
ameliorate
to make something better, particularly a bad situation or con…
banal
overused or common
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
Admonish
Aspire
Censorious
Credulity
Warn, Reprove
To seek to accomplish a goal
Critical
Belief on slight evidence
Admonish
Warn, Reprove
Aspire
To seek to accomplish a goal
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT Vocab Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought, lost in one's mind
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newley emerge
abstracted
removed in thought, lost in one's mind
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT Lesson 10 Vocabulary
Amputate
Aptitude
Beneficiary
Boon
(v.) To cut off a body part; especially by surgery
(n.) A natural talent
(n.) One who benefits or gains an advantage from something
(n.) A welcome gift or blessing
Amputate
(v.) To cut off a body part; especially by surgery
Aptitude
(n.) A natural talent
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Lesson 10 SAT Vocabulary
Fallible
Blatant
Dawdle
Affiliate
Capable of error
Obvious; too conspicuous
To waste time
An associate, partner
Fallible
Capable of error
Blatant
Obvious; too conspicuous
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SAT Vocab Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought, lost in one's mind
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newley emerge
abstracted
removed in thought, lost in one's mind
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
Amputate
Apitude
Beneficiary
Boon
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery
A natural talent
One who benefits or gains an advantage from something
Welcom gift or blessing
Amputate
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery
Apitude
A natural talent
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
Abstracted... (adjective)
Adulation... (noun)
Adversity... (noun)
Burgeon... (verb)
Lost in one's own mind... The child,thinking of Christmas had an…
Extreme praise or admiration... Due to the great adulation of th…
Misfortune, unfavorable happening... He has suffered much advers…
To sprout, to newly emerge... Plants burgeon with the coming of…
Abstracted... (adjective)
Lost in one's own mind... The child,thinking of Christmas had an…
Adulation... (noun)
Extreme praise or admiration... Due to the great adulation of th…
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
fallible
blatant
dawdle
affiliate
capable of error
obvious; too conspicuous
to waste time
an associate; a partner
fallible
capable of error
blatant
obvious; too conspicuous
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
censure
(root) censor
calumny
diatribe
(n) official condemnation; harsh criticism
Roman supervisor for morals
(n) slander; false accusation
(n) malicious criticism or abuse
censure
(n) official condemnation; harsh criticism
(root) censor
Roman supervisor for morals
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Lesson 10 Sat Prep Vocabulary Words
Idolatry
Adulterate
Emanate
Garish
Excessive or blind adoration; of an object
To make impure; to contaminate
To come forth; to send forth
Tastelessly gaudy
Idolatry
Excessive or blind adoration; of an object
Adulterate
To make impure; to contaminate
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SAT Lesson 10
amendment
calliope
clairvoyance
didactic
an alteration or correction
an organ-like musical instrument having a keyboard that opera…
the power to see things that are invisible to the senses
intended to instruct or guide
amendment
an alteration or correction
calliope
an organ-like musical instrument having a keyboard that opera…
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Barron's Hot Words for the SAT - Lesson 10
adversity
conflagration
confounding
cryptic
great trouble or difficulty
a huge fire, an inferno
puzzling; baffling
hidden; hard to understand; mysterious; obscure
adversity
great trouble or difficulty
conflagration
a huge fire, an inferno
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
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SAT vocabulary lesson 10
Fallible
Blatant
Dawdle
Affiliate
Capable of error All humans are fallible and sometimes make m…
Obvious; too conspicuous His blatant efforts to get the girl'…
to waste time Bill, not wanting to go back to work, dawdled i…
an associate; a partner He denied that he was an affiliate of…
Fallible
Capable of error All humans are fallible and sometimes make m…
Blatant
Obvious; too conspicuous His blatant efforts to get the girl'…
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Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 10
adversity
conflagration
confounding
cryptic
great trouble or difficulty
a huge fire, an inferno
puzzling; baffling
hidden; hard to understand; mysterious; obscure
adversity
great trouble or difficulty
conflagration
a huge fire, an inferno
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Lesson 10 Sat Prep Vocabulary Words
Idolatry
Adulterate
Emanate
Garish
Excessive or blind adoration; of an object
To make impure; to contaminate
To come forth; to send forth
Tastelessly gaudy
Idolatry
Excessive or blind adoration; of an object
Adulterate
To make impure; to contaminate
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
Fallible
Blatant
Dawdle
Affiliate
adj. Capable of error
adj. obvious; too conspicuous
v. To waste time
n. An associate; partner
Fallible
adj. Capable of error
Blatant
adj. obvious; too conspicuous
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 10
Abstracted
Adulation
Adversity
Burgeon
Removed in thought from the immediate situation
Extreme praise
Misfortune
To sprout, to newly emerge
Abstracted
Removed in thought from the immediate situation
Adulation
Extreme praise
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Lesson 10 SAT Vocabulary
Expound
Cajole
Inscrutable
Balk
To explain in detail; to clarify
To persuade with false promises and flattery
Not easily understood; hard to fathom
To refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to…
Expound
To explain in detail; to clarify
Cajole
To persuade with false promises and flattery
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