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25 terms
SAT vocabulary words
convergence
deleterious
demagogue
digression
joining of parts
harmful
rabble-rousing leader
straying from main point
convergence
joining of parts
deleterious
harmful
22 terms
SAT - Vocabulary
extend
extension
clarify
clarification
rozšířit, prodloužit
rozšíření, přístavba
objasnit, vyjasnit
objasnění
extend
rozšířit, prodloužit
extension
rozšíření, přístavba
100 terms
ACT/SAT Vocabulary Words
abbreviate
adversity
anecdote
conditional
to shorten, abridge
misfortune, resistence
short account of a story
provisional, contingent upon
abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
adversity
misfortune, resistence
10 terms
SAT VOCABULARY
JUBILATION
LONGEVITY
MUNDANE
ORATOR
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
lacking interest or excitement; dull
a public speaker, especially one who is eloquent or skilled
JUBILATION
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
LONGEVITY
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary
abate
abridge
abstract
abtrusive
to ease up; to reduce in intensity or amount
to shorten, as the text of a novel
existing as a thought or an idea, not having physical form
intrusive; noticeable in a prominent or unwelcome way
abate
to ease up; to reduce in intensity or amount
abridge
to shorten, as the text of a novel
29 terms
SAT vocabulary
clandestine
ethereal
expunge
buffoon
Kept or done in secret
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
to cause something to be forgotten
a person who does silly things, usually to make other people…
clandestine
Kept or done in secret
ethereal
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
35 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
aberration
abjure
abstruse
acquiesce
...
...
...
...
aberration
...
abjure
...
30 terms
SAT VOCABULARY
JUBILATION
LONGEVITY
MUNDANE
OSTENTATIOUS
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
lacking interest or excitement; dull
intended to attract notice and impress others
JUBILATION
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
LONGEVITY
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
abash
abate
abominable
abridge
abash
abate
923 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
Serendipity
Orthography
Recapitulate
Paradigm
luck of finding something valuable, but you weren't looking f…
Writing system representing sounds
briefly summarize
model; example
Serendipity
luck of finding something valuable, but you weren't looking f…
Orthography
Writing system representing sounds
931 terms
900+ ACT/SAT VOCABULARY WORDS
predicted
provocative
tenacious
benign
known beforehand
arousing anger or interest; annoying
stubbornly unyielding
harmless
predicted
known beforehand
provocative
arousing anger or interest; annoying
83 terms
SAT Vocabulary words
pulchritude
promontory
queue
progeny
physical beauty; lovely, attractive
cliff, ridge
line waiting their turn; sequence, order
offspring; an outcome/breed
pulchritude
physical beauty; lovely, attractive
promontory
cliff, ridge
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
cerebral
cacophony
incongruous
aloof
of or relating to the brain; an intellectual person
harsh sounds
not appropriate, unsuited to the surroundings;not fitting in
distant, reserved in manner; uninvolved
cerebral
of or relating to the brain; an intellectual person
cacophony
harsh sounds
923 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
Serendipity
Orthography
Recapitulate
Paradigm
luck of finding something valuable, but you weren't looking f…
Writing system representing sounds
briefly summarize
model; example
Serendipity
luck of finding something valuable, but you weren't looking f…
Orthography
Writing system representing sounds
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
Abate
Aberration
Abhor, Abhorrence
Abstruse
To reduce or Decrease
Unusual
To hate or disgust
Very hard to understand
Abate
To reduce or Decrease
Aberration
Unusual
10 terms
PSAT/SAT Vocabulary Words
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Glower
to hate; regard with distrust and hatred
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
to look at someone or something in an angry way; scowl
Abhor
to hate; regard with distrust and hatred
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
20 terms
SAT vocabulary words
colossal
defiant
demean
derelict
huge
refusing to do what is asked or expected
bully
run-down
colossal
huge
defiant
refusing to do what is asked or expected
17 terms
SAT vocabulary words
Condone
Conflagration
Conciliatory
Compliance
Overlook;forgive
Great fire
Reconciling; soothing
Readiness to yield
Condone
Overlook;forgive
Conflagration
Great fire
931 terms
900+ ACT/SAT VOCABULARY WORDS
predicted
provocative
tenacious
benign
known beforehand
arousing anger or interest; annoying
stubbornly unyielding
harmless
predicted
known beforehand
provocative
arousing anger or interest; annoying
150 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
Effusive
Extrapolate
Insinuate
Lucid
Showing excessive emotion; overflowing (n)
Infer or estimate by using known information (n)
Introduce or communicate stealthily (n)
Clear, easy to understand
Effusive
Showing excessive emotion; overflowing (n)
Extrapolate
Infer or estimate by using known information (n)
9 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
Mediation
Imposition
Objectivity
Undertaking
A settlement technique in which a neutral mediator meets with…
An unwelcome demand; a burden
Treating facts without influence from personal feelings or pr…
A task, assignment, or project
Mediation
A settlement technique in which a neutral mediator meets with…
Imposition
An unwelcome demand; a burden
10 terms
SAT Words List 1
foible
bloviate
surreptitious
incontrovertible
A minor weakness or failing of character; slight flaw or defe…
To speak or write at length in a pompous or boastful manner.
1. Done, made, or gotten by stealth (sneaky/sly).... 2. Acting w…
Too clear or certain to admit of dispute; indisputable; unque…
foible
A minor weakness or failing of character; slight flaw or defe…
bloviate
To speak or write at length in a pompous or boastful manner.
10 terms
SAT Words
Adulation
Adversity
Benevolent
Divergent
High praise
Difficulties, a negative turn of events
Kind, friendly
Separating, moving in opposite directions
Adulation
High praise
Adversity
Difficulties, a negative turn of events
179 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words
Abate
Beguile
Dearth
Cacophonous
To lessen the intensity.
To cheat through flattery.
Lacking
unpleasant noise
Abate
To lessen the intensity.
Beguile
To cheat through flattery.
SET5 SAT VOCABULARY WORDS
Anecdote
Celerity
Dexterous
Extraneous
a brief amusing story... He told us all sorts of humorous anecd…
speed... People choose to travel by air because of the celerity…
skilful with hands... Because Harold is a dexterous pool player…
irrelevant... She sped up the application reviewing process by…
Anecdote
a brief amusing story... He told us all sorts of humorous anecd…
Celerity
speed... People choose to travel by air because of the celerity…
10 terms
SAT Words
cryptic
apprehensive
apathetic
autonomy
(adj.) puzzling, mystifying, or enigmatic
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
Feeling or showing little emotion
(n.) self-government, political control
cryptic
(adj.) puzzling, mystifying, or enigmatic
apprehensive
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
50 terms
SAT Words
Proliferate (verb)
Divisive (adj.)
Mercurial (adj.)
Cantankerous (adj.)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
Unpredictably changeable.
Bad-tempered; perverse; contentious; ugly.
Proliferate (verb)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Divisive (adj.)
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
50 terms
SAT Words
Proliferate (verb)
Divisive (adj.)
Mercurial (adj.)
Cantankerous (adj.)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
Unpredictably changeable.
Bad-tempered; perverse; contentious; ugly.
Proliferate (verb)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Divisive (adj.)
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
21 terms
SAT Words
Abate
Abdicate
Aberation
Abhor
Reduce or lessen
Give up an unimportant position
Different from the normal
Really hate
Abate
Reduce or lessen
Abdicate
Give up an unimportant position
992 terms
Common SAT Vocabulary Words
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade ... (After being overthrown and abase…
(v.) to reduce, lessen ... (The rain poured down for a while, th…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership ... (When…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force ... (The evildoers abducted the fa…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade ... (After being overthrown and abase…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen ... (The rain poured down for a while, th…
29 terms
sat vocabulary
clandestine
ethereal
expunge
buffoon
Kept or done in secre
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
to cause something to be forgotten
a person who does silly things, usually to make other people…
clandestine
Kept or done in secre
ethereal
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words: Week 4
cajole
callous
capacity
catalyst
To persuade with false promises and flattery
Emotionally hardened, unfeeling
ability
something that brings about a change in something else
cajole
To persuade with false promises and flattery
callous
Emotionally hardened, unfeeling
8 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 25 - Vocabulary
clandestine (adj)
covert (adj)
furtive (adj)
inconspicuous (adj)
hidden, secret, concealed
secret, hidden
sneaky
hardly noticeable
clandestine (adj)
hidden, secret, concealed
covert (adj)
secret, hidden
9 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 23 - Vocabulary
ephemeral (adj.)
evanescent (adj.)
fleeting (adj.)
itinerant (adj.)
lasting a short time; fleeting
vanishing quickly; fleeting
short-lived
wandering about; tending to move around, trael
ephemeral (adj.)
lasting a short time; fleeting
evanescent (adj.)
vanishing quickly; fleeting
11 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 19 - Vocabulary
acclaim (verb)
accolade (noun)
adulate (verb)
esteem (verb)
to express strong approval or praise; hail
an award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
to praise or flatter too greatly; fawn over
to value highly; to have great regard for
acclaim (verb)
to express strong approval or praise; hail
accolade (noun)
an award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
100 terms
SAT Words
adhere
assess
condescending
demean
(1) stick completely to a surface or substance (2) believe in…
evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of
having or showing a feeling of superiority
cause a severe loss in the dignity of and respect for someone…
adhere
(1) stick completely to a surface or substance (2) believe in…
assess
evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of
11 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 26 - Vocabulary
adversary (noun)
advocate (noun)
artisan (noun)
ascetic (noun)
an opponent
a supporter; proponent
a person who is skillful with his or her hands
a person who refrains from indulging in earthly pleasures
adversary (noun)
an opponent
advocate (noun)
a supporter; proponent
50 terms
SAT Words
abominate
aggrandize
dromedary
scapegoat
extreme hatred
to enlarge or make bigger
a one-humped domesticated camel
the one who always gets the blame
abominate
extreme hatred
aggrandize
to enlarge or make bigger
11 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 21 - Vocabulary
abstemious (adj.)
alimentary (adj.)
culinary (adj)
delectable (adj)
holding back from eating or drinking too much
relating to food and nourishment
having to do with cooking, preparing meals
delicious
abstemious (adj.)
holding back from eating or drinking too much
alimentary (adj.)
relating to food and nourishment
9 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 20 - Vocabulary
ample (adj)
copious (adj)
lavish (adj)
myriad (adj)
abundant; plentiful; enough or more than enough
abundant; much; plentiful
abundant; in excess
countless; a very large number
ample (adj)
abundant; plentiful; enough or more than enough
copious (adj)
abundant; much; plentiful
10 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 16 - Vocabulary
ardent (adj)
avid (adj)
ebullient (adj)
effervescent (adj)
full of passion and emotion
showing enthusiasm; ardent
filled with bubbly excitement, as if boiling over with excite…
lively; full of uplifted spirit; vivacious
ardent (adj)
full of passion and emotion
avid (adj)
showing enthusiasm; ardent
10 terms
vocabulary SAT 10 words
brevity
concise
laconic
pithy
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
using few words in speaking or writing
using few words in speech
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
concise
using few words in speaking or writing
210 terms
SAT Vocabulary
Abandon
abundant
access
accommodate
Abandon
abundant
11 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 24 - Vocabulary
antediluvian (adj.)
antiquated (adj.)
antiquity (noun)
archaic (adj.)
very, very old; antiquated
very old and no longer in use; obsolete
ancient times
old; from a much earlier time; antiquated
antediluvian (adj.)
very, very old; antiquated
antiquated (adj.)
very old and no longer in use; obsolete
989 terms
SAT Vocabulary 989 words
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
11 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 17 - Vocabulary
adamant (adj.)
dogmatic (adj.)
hidebound (adj.)
intractable (adj.)
unwilling to bend; unyielding
strongly opinionated; rigid; dictatorial
strongly opinionated; narrow-mindedly stubborn
stubborn; hard to manage
adamant (adj.)
unwilling to bend; unyielding
dogmatic (adj.)
strongly opinionated; rigid; dictatorial
30 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words (B)
Adamant
Brawny
Decathlon
Equivocate
forceful; inflexible
muscular
an athletic competition with ten events
speak ambiguously; avoid telling the truth
Adamant
forceful; inflexible
Brawny
muscular
10 terms
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 18 - Vocabulary
acoustics (noun)
cacophony (noun)
clamor (noun)
din (noun)
the quality of sound, pertaining to how it is heard based on…
lack of harmony; loud and unpleasant noise; a racket
unpleasant sound; noise
ongoing loud sound; noise
acoustics (noun)
the quality of sound, pertaining to how it is heard based on…
cacophony (noun)
lack of harmony; loud and unpleasant noise; a racket
21 terms
Redesigned SAT vocabulary words
acerbic
acrid
admonish
advocate
sour or bitter in taste
strong and sharp, as a taste
scold or reprimand; take to task
a person who pleads for a person, cause, or idea
acerbic
sour or bitter in taste
acrid
strong and sharp, as a taste
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words Lesson 2
alienate
alleviate
aloof
altruistic
(v.)(To cause to turn away
(v.) To make more bearable, to make less severe
(adj.) withdrawn, standing apart from others (usually as a ma…
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
alienate
(v.)(To cause to turn away
alleviate
(v.) To make more bearable, to make less severe
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