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528 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstract
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate. Concerned whe…
adj. Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational. To him,…
abate
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
abridge
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
147 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORD LIST
Ambivalent
Anomaly
Anomalous
Sarcastic, Sardonic, Snide
Having mixed or opposite feelings at the same time
Deviation from the norm or what's expected
Atypical
Mocking;derisive, taunting, stinging
Ambivalent
Having mixed or opposite feelings at the same time
Anomaly
Deviation from the norm or what's expected
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 1
Traditions
Customs
Heritage
Legacy
أَعْراف ؛ تَقَالِيد
a belief, principle, or way of acting that people in particul…
تراث features belonging to the culture of a particular societ…
تراث something that is a part of your history or that remains…
Traditions
أَعْراف ؛ تَقَالِيد
Customs
a belief, principle, or way of acting that people in particul…
248 terms
SAT Official Words
clarity
cogent
cohesive
compelling
clearness in thought or expression
convincing; reasonable
condition of sticking together
forceful; urgently demanding attention
clarity
clearness in thought or expression
cogent
convincing; reasonable
88 terms
Official SAT Word List
Accolade
Allusion
Ambivalence
Ambivalent
Praise
Indirect reference
Uncertainty; having "mixed" feelings
Unable to decide
Accolade
Praise
Allusion
Indirect reference
806 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS
acerbic
acrimony
acumen
adumbrate
Biting, bitter in tone or taste
Bitterness, discord
Keen insight
To sketch out in a vague way
acerbic
Biting, bitter in tone or taste
acrimony
Bitterness, discord
8 terms
SAT WORDS (OFFICIAL)
Accolade
Allusion
Ambivalent
Anecdote
praise
indirect reference
unable to decide
short account of something interesting: story
Accolade
praise
Allusion
indirect reference
86 terms
SAT Official Vocabulary #1
accolade
allusion
ambivalence
analogy
praise
indirect reference
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
comparison
accolade
praise
allusion
indirect reference
31 terms
SAT Words (not official)
Transcendence
Romanticism
Impenetrability
Loquacity
rises beyond the scope of ordinary experience
focuses on the heroic or the adventurous
difficult or impossible to understand
full of excessive talk
Transcendence
rises beyond the scope of ordinary experience
Romanticism
focuses on the heroic or the adventurous
100 terms
Official Tests SAT Vocabulary
ENJOIN
SANCTION
FACILE
PUNCTILIOUS
(v.) to direct or order; to prohibit
V. TO APPROVE; RATIFY; PERMIT, N. ; RATIFICATION; PENALIZE
(adj.) easily done or attained; superficial; easily shown but…
(adj.) very careful and exact, attentive to fine points of et…
ENJOIN
(v.) to direct or order; to prohibit
SANCTION
V. TO APPROVE; RATIFY; PERMIT, N. ; RATIFICATION; PENALIZE
100 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary
abbreviate (v)
abstinence (n)
adulation (n)
adversity (n)
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate (v)
to shorten, abridge
abstinence (n)
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
523 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstruse
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate. Concerned whe…
adj. obscure; profound; difficult to understand. Baffled by t…
abate
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
abridge
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
27 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
Aesthetic
ambivalent
anecdote
belied
a set of principles underlying and guiding the work of a part…
having mixed feelings about someone or something; being unabl…
A short account of a particular incident or event, especially…
to show to be false; contradict; to misrepresent
Aesthetic
a set of principles underlying and guiding the work of a part…
ambivalent
having mixed feelings about someone or something; being unabl…
528 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstract
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate. Concerned whe…
adj. Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational. To him,…
abate
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
abridge
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
523 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstruse
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate. Concerned whe…
adj. obscure; profound; difficult to understand. Baffled by t…
abate
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
abridge
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
528 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstract
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate. Concerned whe…
adj. Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational. To him,…
abate
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
abridge
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
15 terms
EHS SAT Words Week 1
advocate
alleviate
amass
ambiguous
a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of a pers…
to make easier to endure; lessen; mitigate
to gather for oneself; collect as one's own
open to or having several possible meanings or interpretation…
advocate
a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of a pers…
alleviate
to make easier to endure; lessen; mitigate
51 terms
Official SAT Comprehension Vocabulary Test 2
WISTFUL
EMPHATIC
APOLOGETIC
INVALUABLE
having or showing bad thoughts and feelings about something a…
speaking or acting in a forceful way.
feeling or showing regret; expressing an apology.
extremely valuable or useful.
WISTFUL
having or showing bad thoughts and feelings about something a…
EMPHATIC
speaking or acting in a forceful way.
71 terms
#New Sat Vocabulary OFFICIAL
Abnormal
Absorb
Discreet
Elaborate .v
Unusual, deviating from normal, aberrant
To soak up or drink in
Careful, unnoticeable to avoid offense or draw attention, cau…
Explain in more detail
Abnormal
Unusual, deviating from normal, aberrant
Absorb
To soak up or drink in
473 terms
The Official SAT Vocabulary
abstruse
recondite
rarefied
esoteric
difficult to understand
like abstruse
like abstruse
like abstruse
abstruse
difficult to understand
recondite
like abstruse
74 terms
SAT Vocabulary Official Guide
folly
artistry
foresight
intricate
foolish or senseless behavior
a superior skill learned by study and practice and observation
ability to foresee future happenings; prudence in providing f…
Complicated; difficult to understand
folly
foolish or senseless behavior
artistry
a superior skill learned by study and practice and observation
44 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 2 SET 6
Snap
Erupt
Layer
Deposits
يَنْكَسِر / يُخاطِب بِحِدّة / يَنَقَضّ عَلى 1- If something l…
explodes يَثور , تَدَفَقّ ؛ تَفَجّر (VOLCANO) When a volcano…
طَبَقة something that covers a surface, or something that is…
رواسب geology a layer that has formed under the ground, espec…
Snap
يَنْكَسِر / يُخاطِب بِحِدّة / يَنَقَضّ عَلى 1- If something l…
Erupt
explodes يَثور , تَدَفَقّ ؛ تَفَجّر (VOLCANO) When a volcano…
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 1 SET 2
Propose
Consent
Abrupt
Humble
يَقْتَرِح, يَطْلُب لِلزَّواج to offer or suggest (n) Proposal
permission or agreement
sudden and unexpected (adv) Abruptly
Modest مُتَواضِع
Propose
يَقْتَرِح, يَطْلُب لِلزَّواج to offer or suggest (n) Proposal
Consent
permission or agreement
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 2 SET 5
Renovate
Dissolve
Calico
A party
رَمَم / جَدّد to repair and improve something, especially a b…
(of a solid) to be absorbed by a liquid, especially when mixe…
a heavy plain cloth made from cotton
حَفْلة a birthday party / حِزْبa POLITICAL PARTY / مَجْموعة A…
Renovate
رَمَم / جَدّد to repair and improve something, especially a b…
Dissolve
(of a solid) to be absorbed by a liquid, especially when mixe…
89 terms
Eh Words on SAT
discredit
dismissive
dubious
indifferent
Injure the reputation of, destroy credibility of or confidenc…
Showing little regard; scornful
Doubtful
Having no preference
discredit
Injure the reputation of, destroy credibility of or confidenc…
dismissive
Showing little regard; scornful
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 1 SET 4
Spare parts
Landing pad
Shelter
Flurry
قطعة غيار an extra piece that can be used to replace a piece…
a hard flat area of ground where helicopters can take off and…
ملجأ مأوى (a building designed to give) protection from bad w…
a sudden, short period of activity, excitement, or interest:
Spare parts
قطعة غيار an extra piece that can be used to replace a piece…
Landing pad
a hard flat area of ground where helicopters can take off and…
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 1 SET 3
Unrealistic
Quixotic, Sisyphean, futile, far-fetched
Reciprocate
foresee, foretell, forecast, speculate…
imaginative
impossible to happen
to share the same feelings as someone else (reciprocal love x…
Predict
Unrealistic
imaginative
Quixotic, Sisyphean, futile, far-fetched
impossible to happen
48 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 1 SET 6
Outnumber
Suburb
Alley
Ally
to be greater in number than someone or something
ضاحِية... the outer area of a town, = Outskirts
زُقاق, حارة... a narrow road or path between buildings
country that has agreed officially to give help and support t…
Outnumber
to be greater in number than someone or something
Suburb
ضاحِية... the outer area of a town, = Outskirts
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 2 SET 2
desert, forsake
Suburb
Urban
Urbane
Abandon, Leave, flee
outskirt : ضاحِية an area on the edge of a large town or city
مَدَني, حَضَري ...of or in a city or town X RURAL **
suave, refined
desert, forsake
Abandon, Leave, flee
Suburb
outskirt : ضاحِية an area on the edge of a large town or city
34 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 1 SET 7
Feminism
Feminist
Feminine
Manhood
women's right * the belief that women should be allowed the s…
a supporter of feminism
having characteristics that are traditionally thought to be t…
the state of being a man X Womanhood
Feminism
women's right * the belief that women should be allowed the s…
Feminist
a supporter of feminism
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 1 SET 5
Prolonged, Prolix, Circumlocutory
Concise, Terse
Meek, benign, magnanimous
Temperament
Elaborate
Brief, succinct, abridged
kind-hearted
مِزاج... the part of your character that affects your moods a…
Prolonged, Prolix, Circumlocutory
Elaborate
Concise, Terse
Brief, succinct, abridged
153 terms
Official SAT Study Guide Vocabulary
corpulence
redolent
redouble
conciliate
obesity, fatness, bulkiness
having a pleasant odor; suggestive or evocative
make twice as great or intense
to overcome the distrust of, win over; to appease, pacify; to…
corpulence
obesity, fatness, bulkiness
redolent
having a pleasant odor; suggestive or evocative
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 2 SET 1
Verifiable
Yearn
Simultaneously
Consummation
able to be proved
Long for
At the same time
the act of making something complete or perfect
Verifiable
able to be proved
Yearn
Long for
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 2 SET 3
Prohibit
Enclave
Dwelling
residence, lodging, premises
to officially refuse to allow something: حظر منع
a part of a country that is surrounded by another country, or…
a house or place to live in
stay, habitation
Prohibit
to officially refuse to allow something: حظر منع
Enclave
a part of a country that is surrounded by another country, or…
50 terms
OFFICIAL SAT WORDS PART 2 SET 4
Udder
Swollen
Transgenic
Heal
the organ of a cow, sheep, or other animal, that produces mil…
larger than usual: متورم / وارم / منتفخ
A transgenic animal or plant contains one or more genes that…
Cure يُشْفَى If an injury heals, it becomes healthy again, an…
Udder
the organ of a cow, sheep, or other animal, that produces mil…
Swollen
larger than usual: متورم / وارم / منتفخ
15 terms
EH: SAT Words 1
(n.) concise/ exact use of few words
(adj.) realistic, sensible, and practi…
(adj.) showing interest or concern
(adj.) stubbornly refusing to change o…
brevity
pragmatic
solicitious
obstinate
(n.) concise/ exact use of few words
brevity
(adj.) realistic, sensible, and practi…
pragmatic
191 terms
The Official SAT Study Guide Vocabulary
Idiosyncratic
Ossified
Bureaucratization
Unsubstantiated
Peculiar to one person; highly individualized
Become fixed and rigid
A complicated organized system; rules and regulations
Not supported or proven by evidence
Idiosyncratic
Peculiar to one person; highly individualized
Ossified
Become fixed and rigid
69 terms
Official SAT Test 1 Comprehension Important Words
FLASHBACK
IRONY
ANALOGY
METAPHOR
a part of story that describes or shows something that happen…
the use of words that mean the opposite of what you really th…
a comparison of two things based on their being alike in some…
a word or phrase that is used to refer to another thing in or…
FLASHBACK
a part of story that describes or shows something that happen…
IRONY
the use of words that mean the opposite of what you really th…
14 terms
Word form SAT official guide
keen
nostalgia
folly
despair
(adj) sharp, piercing; very perceptive or mentally sharp; int…
...
...
...
keen
(adj) sharp, piercing; very perceptive or mentally sharp; int…
nostalgia
...
202 terms
SAT official words with sentences
superfluous
incontrovertible
impervious
infallibility
N had nothing but superfluous flesh on his bones // Exceeding…
There was incontrovertible evidence that N was obese // Indis…
The coat is impervious to rain. // impossible to penetrate
C believed in the infallibility of her advice. // Immunity fr…
superfluous
N had nothing but superfluous flesh on his bones // Exceeding…
incontrovertible
There was incontrovertible evidence that N was obese // Indis…
52 terms
Official SAT Comprehension Vocabulary Test 3
VALUE
CRITIC
HISTORY
TIMELY
the amount of money something is worth.
one who expresses a reasoned opinion on any matter especially…
the study of past events; events of the past.
archaic
VALUE
the amount of money something is worth.
CRITIC
one who expresses a reasoned opinion on any matter especially…
58 terms
SAT VOCABULARY LIST OFFICIAL (1)
ambivalence
ambivalent
anomalous
apparition
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
unable to decide
odd; not fitting the pattern
ghost; something that appears
ambivalence
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
ambivalent
unable to decide
79 terms
SAT Vocabulary: The Official SAT Study Guide
Ostentatious
Convulted
Capricious
Loquacious
Characterized by vulgar or pretentious display
Extremely complex and difficult to follow
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior
Talkative
Ostentatious
Characterized by vulgar or pretentious display
Convulted
Extremely complex and difficult to follow
38 terms
VOCABULARY FROM OFFICIAL PRACTICE SAT
forebode
foreboding
capricious
mitigate
to indicate beforehand; portend; foretell; predict (esp somet…
a prediction of something bad or harmful
subject to caprices; tending to change abruptly and without a…
to make or become milder, less severe, less rigorous, or less…
forebode
to indicate beforehand; portend; foretell; predict (esp somet…
foreboding
a prediction of something bad or harmful
16 terms
Official SAT Study Guide Test 10 Words
arbitration
aural
distension
extirpation
n. mediating between both sides
adj. through the sense of hearing
n. swelling
n. destruction
arbitration
n. mediating between both sides
aural
adj. through the sense of hearing
16 terms
Official SAT Study Guide Test 9 Words
credulity
denuded
despoil
dilatory
n. belief
adj. stripped
v. to steal or plunder
adj. slow; sluggish
credulity
n. belief
denuded
adj. stripped
28 terms
Official SAT Study Guide Test 4 Words
boorishness
censure
conflagration
consummate
n. rudeness; ill-mannered behavior
v. to blame; criticize
n. a big fire
adj. supremely good
boorishness
n. rudeness; ill-mannered behavior
censure
v. to blame; criticize
32 terms
Official SAT Study Guide Test 6 Words
ameliorating
arboreal
belabor
brevity
adj. making better
adj. living in trees
v. to over-emphasize
n. briefness
ameliorating
adj. making better
arboreal
adj. living in trees
15 terms
Official SAT Study Guide Test 8 Words
alacrity
apathetic
deferment
derelict
n. speed and eagerness
adj. lacking energy and interest
n. putting off; postponement
adj. rundown; abandoned
alacrity
n. speed and eagerness
apathetic
adj. lacking energy and interest
58 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary (T. Chung)
Benefactor
Rebellious
Impulsive
Industrious
A person who confers a benieft; kindly helper
Defying or resisting some established authority, goverment, o…
Actuated or swayed by emotional or involuntary impulses
Working energentically and devotedly; hard-working; diligent:…
Benefactor
A person who confers a benieft; kindly helper
Rebellious
Defying or resisting some established authority, goverment, o…
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