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Rock the SAT - "Amazing" Vocabulary
inaudible
implausible
subdued
audacity
too quiet to be heard
not believable, highly unlikely
quiet, calm
boldness, often in the face of authority
inaudible
too quiet to be heard
implausible
not believable, highly unlikely
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Rock the SAT #5 Vocabulary
Presumptuous
Subtlety
Superficial
Unnerving
excessively foward
delicateness
only on the surface
causing nervousness or fear
Presumptuous
excessively foward
Subtlety
delicateness
14 terms
Rock the SAT Vocabulary
Impertinent
Impudent
Stupefied
Futile
Rude or overly bold... Or irrelevant
Offensively bold
Past tense of stupefy to stun or make stupid
Producing no results
Impertinent
Rude or overly bold... Or irrelevant
Impudent
Offensively bold
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All the Rock the SAT Vocabulary
impertinent
impudent
stupefy
futile
rude or overly bold
offensively bold
to stun or make stupid
producing no result
impertinent
rude or overly bold
impudent
offensively bold
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Rock the SAT Vocabulary
inaudible
implausible
subdued
audacity
too quiet to be heard
not believable, highly unlikely
quiet, calm or too quiet or too calm
boldness, often in the face of authority
inaudible
too quiet to be heard
implausible
not believable, highly unlikely
2 terms
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Rock the SAT Amazing Vocabulary
Inaudible
Implausible
Subdued
Audacity
Too quiet to be heard.
Not Believable, highly unlikely.
Quiet, calm.
Boldness, often in the face of authority.
Inaudible
Too quiet to be heard.
Implausible
Not Believable, highly unlikely.
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Rock the SAT Vocabulary 3
Harbinger
Euphoria
Jejune
Prosaic/ Pedestrian/ Mundane
An omen, a sign of future events
Extreme happiness
Boring, uninteresting
Common, ordinary
Harbinger
An omen, a sign of future events
Euphoria
Extreme happiness
9 terms
Rock the SAT Vocabulary
Telepathy
Impertinent
Laconic
Stupefied
The ability to read another's thought or to communicate by th…
Rude or overly bold; irrelevant
Brief and to-the-point
Stunned or made stupid
Telepathy
The ability to read another's thought or to communicate by th…
Impertinent
Rude or overly bold; irrelevant
20 terms
Rock the SAT Amazing Vocabulary
Inaudible
Implausible
Subdued
Audacity
Too quiet to be heard.
Not Believable, highly unlikely.
Quiet, calm.
Boldness, often in the face of authority.
Inaudible
Too quiet to be heard.
Implausible
Not Believable, highly unlikely.
9 terms
Rock the SAT Vocabulary 4
Penchant
Syemmetry
Raconteur
Agenda
A tendency or strong desire
An arrangement of balanced or harmonious proportions
A person who excels at telling stories
A list of thing to do
Penchant
A tendency or strong desire
Syemmetry
An arrangement of balanced or harmonious proportions
21 terms
Rock the SAT: Vocabulary #7
impending
imminent
cacophonous
frenetic
(adj) about to take place; imminent; approaching
(adj) about to take place; impending; approaching
(adj) harsh and grating to the ears; noisy; dissonant
(adj) hectic and disorganized; frenzied; frantic
impending
(adj) about to take place; imminent; approaching
imminent
(adj) about to take place; impending; approaching
70 terms
70 SAT Words Rock
Pithy
adversary
vague
ominous
brief and full of meaning
an opponent; enemy
not clear, not expressed with clarity
pertaining to an evil omen
Pithy
brief and full of meaning
adversary
an opponent; enemy
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Rock the SAT - "Silence, Reticence" Vocabulary
impertinent (1)
impertinent (2)
impudent
stupefy
(1) rude or overly bold
(2) irrelevant
offensively bold
to stun or make stupid
impertinent (1)
(1) rude or overly bold
impertinent (2)
(2) irrelevant
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Rock the SAT - "The Real Me" Vocabulary
abstruse
obscure (1)
obscure (2)
obscure (3)
difficult to understand
(1) not clearly seen or understood
(2) little-known
(3) to hide or conceal
abstruse
difficult to understand
obscure (1)
(1) not clearly seen or understood
23 terms
Rock the SAT Vocabulary List #6
extol
laud
revere
venerate
to praise highly
to praise or compliment
to respect highly; worship
to treat with admiration or awe
extol
to praise highly
laud
to praise or compliment
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Rock the SAT Vocabulary List 10
promontory
reminisce
amorphous
monarch
an overhanging, elevated place
to recall the past
without definite shape
a supreme ruler
promontory
an overhanging, elevated place
reminisce
to recall the past
20 terms
Rock the SAT Vocabulary List #12
anecdote
incompatible
inconsequential
compassion
a short, often amusing story
describing two or more things that cannot exist together
trivial or unimportant
sympathy for the suffering of others, caring
anecdote
a short, often amusing story
incompatible
describing two or more things that cannot exist together
21 terms
Rock the SAT Vocabulary List #8
salacious
lecherous
lascivious
loquacious
(adj) arousing lustful or obscene feelings; lecherous; lasciv…
(adj) overindulging in sexual activity; lascivious; lewd
(adj) expressing lewdness in a distasteful way; wanton; leche…
(adj) very talkative or wordy; garrulous; verbose
salacious
(adj) arousing lustful or obscene feelings; lecherous; lasciv…
lecherous
(adj) overindulging in sexual activity; lascivious; lewd
23 terms
Rock the SAT Vocabulary List #9
elusive
blueprint
yearning
lamentation
(adj) difficult to capture; evasive; slippery
(noun) a plan of action or a design; plan; agenda
(verb) desiring in a tender or sad way; longing; craving
(noun) a strong expression of sorrow; mourning; grieving
elusive
(adj) difficult to capture; evasive; slippery
blueprint
(noun) a plan of action or a design; plan; agenda
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Rock the SAT Vocabulary: Lesson 2
Sanctuary
Novice/ Neophyte
Tranquility
Serene
A place of refuge or safety
A beginner
Quiet, Peaceful
Peace and quiet
Sanctuary
A place of refuge or safety
Novice/ Neophyte
A beginner
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Rock the Sat Amazing Vocabulary French
Inaudible
Ppeu plausible
Tamisé
La Audacité
Trop calme pour être entendu.
Pas crédible, hautement improbable.
Tranquille, calme.
Hardiesse, souvent dans le visage de l'autorité.
Inaudible
Trop calme pour être entendu.
Ppeu plausible
Pas crédible, hautement improbable.
20 terms
Rock the SAT *Somnambulist*
verifiable
incorrigible
vanquish
prominent
provable
incapable of being corrected
to conquer completely
easily recognizable, well-known
verifiable
provable
incorrigible
incapable of being corrected
20 terms
Rock the SAT "Amazing"
inaudible
implausible
subdued
audacity
too quiet to be heard
not believable, highly unlikely
quiet, calm
boldness, often in the face of authority
inaudible
too quiet to be heard
implausible
not believable, highly unlikely
21 terms
Rock the SAT "Monotony"
Brouhaha
Sluggish
Obliterate
Mobility
a noisy, chaotic situation
inactive or slow-moving
to destroy completely
the ability to move
Brouhaha
a noisy, chaotic situation
Sluggish
inactive or slow-moving
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Rock the SAT "Promontory"
promontory
reminisce
amorphous
monarch
an overhanging, elevated place
to recall the past
without definite shape
a supreme ruler
promontory
an overhanging, elevated place
reminisce
to recall the past
Rock The SAT --- "Spitball in the eye" Vocabulary
impending
imminent
cacophonous
frenetic
About to happen 1
About to happen 2
(adj.) harsh-sounding, raucous, discordant, dissonant
(adj) Frenzied, highly agitated
impending
About to happen 1
imminent
About to happen 2
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Rock the SAT "Coalesce"
extol
laud
revere
venerate
to praise highly
to praise or compliment
to respect highly; worship
to treat with admiration or awe
extol
to praise highly
laud
to praise or compliment
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Rock the SAT "Salacious"
salacious
lecherous
lascivious
loquacious
arousing lustful or obscene feelings
overindulging in sexual activity
expressing lewdness in a distasteful way
very talkative or wordy
salacious
arousing lustful or obscene feelings
lecherous
overindulging in sexual activity
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Rock the SAT "Harbinger"
harbinger
euphoria
jejune
prosaic
1. (noun) an omen, a sign of future events... 2. (verb) foretell
extreme happiness
boring, uninteresting
common, ordinary
harbinger
1. (noun) an omen, a sign of future events... 2. (verb) foretell
euphoria
extreme happiness
23 terms
Rock the SAT "Imagination"
elusive
blueprint
yearning
lamentation
1. difficult to capture... 2. difficult to understand... 3. diffi…
a plan of action or a design
1. (verb) desiring in a tender or sad way... 2. (noun) a strong…
a strong expression of sorrow
elusive
1. difficult to capture... 2. difficult to understand... 3. diffi…
blueprint
a plan of action or a design
20 terms
Rock the SAT - "Frugal with Your Love" Vocabulary
anecdote
incompatible
inconsequential
compassion
a short, often amusing story
describing two or more things that cannot exist together
trivial or unimportant
sympathy for the suffering of others, caring
anecdote
a short, often amusing story
incompatible
describing two or more things that cannot exist together
19 terms
Rock the SAT "Silence, Reticence"
impertinent
impudent
stupefied
futile
1. rude or overly bold... 2. irrelevant
offensively bold
past tense of "stupefy", to stun or make stupid
producing no result
impertinent
1. rude or overly bold... 2. irrelevant
impudent
offensively bold
19 terms
Rock the SAT "Duped Again"
presumptuous
subtlety
superficial
unnerving
excessively forward
delicateness
only on the surface
causing nervousness or fear
presumptuous
excessively forward
subtlety
delicateness
19 terms
Rock the SAT: Silence, Reticence
impertinent
impudent
stupefied
futile
rude or overly bold
offensively bold
to stun or make stupid
producing no result
impertinent
rude or overly bold
impudent
offensively bold
21 terms
Rock the SAT "The Real Me"
abstruse
obscure
dupe
taint
difficult to understand
1. (adj) not clearly seen or understood... 2. (adj) little-know…
a fool
to soil or contaminate
abstruse
difficult to understand
obscure
1. (adj) not clearly seen or understood... 2. (adj) little-know…
21 terms
Rock the SAT "Spitball in the Eye"
impending
imminent
cacophonous
frenetic
about to take place
about to take place
harsh and grating to the ears
hectic and disorganized
impending
about to take place
imminent
about to take place
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Rock the SAT
Sluggish
Obliterate
Mobility
Enigma
Inactive or slow-moving
To destroy completely
The ability to move
A mystery or puzzle
Sluggish
Inactive or slow-moving
Obliterate
To destroy completely
21 terms
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Harbinger
Euphoria
Jejune
Prosaic
a person or thing that announces or signals the approach of a…
Feeling of intense happiness
Nïve simplistic
Lacking poetic beauty
Harbinger
a person or thing that announces or signals the approach of a…
Euphoria
Feeling of intense happiness
23 terms
Rock the SAT: Coalesce
extol
laud
revere
venerate
(verb) to praise highly; laud; commend
(verb) to praise or compliment; extol; applaud
(verb) to respect highly; worship; extol; venerate
(verb) to treat with admiration or awe; adore; revere
extol
(verb) to praise highly; laud; commend
laud
(verb) to praise or compliment; extol; applaud
23 terms
Rock the sat
Elusive
Blueprint
Yearning
Lamentation
Difficult to capture
A plan of action or design
Desiring in a tender or sad way
A strong expression of sorrow
Elusive
Difficult to capture
Blueprint
A plan of action or design
19 terms
Rock the SAT
Impudent
Stupefied
Impertinent
Belligerent
Offensively bold
To stun or make stupid
Rude or overly bold
Hostile and war like
Impudent
Offensively bold
Stupefied
To stun or make stupid
19 terms
Rock the SAT
Reticence (noun)
Taciturn (adjective)
Strive (verb)
Laconic (adjective)
Hesitancy to speak or act.
Using few words, soft-spoken.
To exert a great deal of effort.
Brief and to-the-point.
Reticence (noun)
Hesitancy to speak or act.
Taciturn (adjective)
Using few words, soft-spoken.
21 terms
Rock the SAT "Monotony"
Sluggish
Obliterate
Mobility
Enigma
inactive or slow-moving
to destroy completely
the ability to move
a mystery or puzzle
Sluggish
inactive or slow-moving
Obliterate
to destroy completely
20 terms
Rock the SAT - Amazing - #4
Inaudible
Implausible
Subdued
Audacity
too quiet to be heard
not believable, highly unlikely
quiet, calm
boldness, often in the face of authority
Inaudible
too quiet to be heard
Implausible
not believable, highly unlikely
24 terms
Rock the SAT: Harbinger
harbinger
harbinger
euphoria
jejune
(noun) an omen; a sign of future events; precursor; forerunner
(verb) foretell; predict
(noun) extreme happiness; elation; ebullience
(adj) boring; uninteresting; insipid; tedious
harbinger
(noun) an omen; a sign of future events; precursor; forerunner
harbinger
(verb) foretell; predict
40 terms
Rock the SAT:
Elusive
Blueprint
Yearning
Lamentation
Difficult to capture, understand, identify,
Plan of action
Desiring in a tender or sad way, strong desire,
A strong expression of sorrow
Elusive
Difficult to capture, understand, identify,
Blueprint
Plan of action
23 terms
Rock the SAT: Salacious
salacious
lecherous
lascivious
loquacious
(adj) arousing lustful or obscene feelings; lecherous; lasciv…
(adj) overindulging in sexual activity; lascivious; lewd
(adj) expressing lewdness in a distasteful way; wanton; leche…
(adj) very talkative or wordy; garrulous; verbose
salacious
(adj) arousing lustful or obscene feelings; lecherous; lasciv…
lecherous
(adj) overindulging in sexual activity; lascivious; lewd
22 terms
Rock the SAT: Monotony
sluggish
obliterate
mobility
enigma
(adj) inactive or slow-moving; lethargic; slothful
(verb) to destroy completely; efface; eradicate
(noun) the ability to move; motion; motility
(noun) a mystery or puzzle; secret; riddle
sluggish
(adj) inactive or slow-moving; lethargic; slothful
obliterate
(verb) to destroy completely; efface; eradicate
21 terms
Rock the SAT 8
Salatious
Lecherous
Lascivious
Loquacious
Arousing, lustful
Overindulging in sextuality
Exspressing ludeness in a distastful way
Talkative or wordy
Salatious
Arousing, lustful
Lecherous
Overindulging in sextuality
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