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103 terms
SAT Vocabulary: Princeton Review
fabricate
muted
myriad
munificent
verb. to create or make something up, to lie (Mark has a list…
adjective. of low intensity or volume (The painting's muted c…
noun. a great number of people or things (I don't need to exp…
adjective. great generosity in giving (The munificent CEO gav…
fabricate
verb. to create or make something up, to lie (Mark has a list…
muted
adjective. of low intensity or volume (The painting's muted c…
249 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Effusive
Completely honest, straightforward
Inference; guesswork
Instructive
Showing excessing emotion; overflowing
Candid
Completely honest, straightforward
Conjecture
Inference; guesswork
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Princeton review Sat vocabulary
Abase (v.)
Abash (v.)
Abdicate (v.)
Aberration (n.)
To humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble;... I ab…
To embarrass; to make ashamed... John felt abashed by his inabi…
To step down from position of power or responsibility... Nixon…
Something not typical; a deviation from a standard... John was…
Abase (v.)
To humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble;... I ab…
Abash (v.)
To embarrass; to make ashamed... John felt abashed by his inabi…
250 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Princeton Review)
Depict
Controversy
Advocate
Arrogant
To represent by drawing, portray - to characterize in words,…
A usually prolonged public dispute - an argument
To support or urge by argument, especially publicly
Having exagerated self-opinion - egotistical or overproud
Depict
To represent by drawing, portray - to characterize in words,…
Controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute - an argument
250 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
husbandry
pedantic
astute
circumspect
the application of scientific principles to agriculture, espe…
concerned with book learning and rules
shrewd
careful, discreet
husbandry
the application of scientific principles to agriculture, espe…
pedantic
concerned with book learning and rules
103 terms
SAT Vocabulary: Princeton Review
fabricate
muted
myriad
munificent
verb. to create or make something up, to lie (Mark has a list…
adjective. of low intensity or volume (The painting's muted c…
noun. a great number of people or things (I don't need to exp…
adjective. great generosity in giving (The munificent CEO gav…
fabricate
verb. to create or make something up, to lie (Mark has a list…
muted
adjective. of low intensity or volume (The painting's muted c…
32 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Princeton Review)
countenace
disposition
ingenious
sycophantic
a person's face or facial expression
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character
clever, original, and inventive
a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite
countenace
a person's face or facial expression
disposition
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character
SAT Vocabulary Princeton
versatile
profound
tenacity
perplex
capable of turning easily from one thing to another; having m…
showing deep insight or understanding; originating in the dep…
persistence, strong character, perseverance
to cause to be puzzled or bewildered; to confuse
versatile
capable of turning easily from one thing to another; having m…
profound
showing deep insight or understanding; originating in the dep…
500 terms
Princeton 500 Flashcards Essential SAT Vocabulary
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abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
SAT Princeton General Vocabulary
Autonomous
Elitism
Frivolous
Forbear
Adj.: acting independently
Noun: the practice of or belief in rule by elite
Adj.: characterized by lack of seriousness; trivial
Verb: refrain from; obstain
Autonomous
Adj.: acting independently
Elitism
Noun: the practice of or belief in rule by elite
8 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
abase
abstinence
adept
alacrity
v. deprive of self-esteem
n. denial of an indulgence or appetite
adj. skilled
n. cheerful willingness
abase
v. deprive of self-esteem
abstinence
n. denial of an indulgence or appetite
25 terms
SAT vocabulary Princeton review
Depict
Controversy
Undermine
Advocate
To represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
An argument
To weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
To support or urge by argument
Depict
To represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
Controversy
An argument
15 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
Cynic
Contempt
Divisive
Digress
One who believed that only selfishness motivates human actions
A feeling of disdain for anything considered mean or worthless
Dissenting, at odds with, alienating; creating dissension or…
To wander away from the main topic or argument in speaking or…
Cynic
One who believed that only selfishness motivates human actions
Contempt
A feeling of disdain for anything considered mean or worthless
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SAT Princeton Review Vocabulary
depict (depiction)
controversy (controversial)
undermine
advocate (advocacy)
(v.) to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in wor…
(n.) a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument... p. 93
(v.) to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize... p.…
(v.) to support or urge by argument, especially publicly... p. 93
depict (depiction)
(v.) to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in wor…
controversy (controversial)
(n.) a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument... p. 93
100 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Princeton Review)
Abase
Abash
Abate
Abdicate
To humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble
To make ashamed; to embarass
To subside; to reduce
To step down from a position of power or responsibility
Abase
To humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble
Abash
To make ashamed; to embarass
75 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Princeton Review)
cynic
consume
practical
tenacity
one who believes that only selfishness motivates human actions
to expend by use; to use up
of, involving, or resulting from practice or action; adapted…
persistence, strong character, perseverance
cynic
one who believes that only selfishness motivates human actions
consume
to expend by use; to use up
250 terms
SAT Vocabulary - Princeton Review
ignominy
effrontery
disparage
derogatory
humiliation; disgraceful conduct
to have the nerve; boldness
speak of negatively
insulting
ignominy
humiliation; disgraceful conduct
effrontery
to have the nerve; boldness
250 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
Depict
Controversy
Undermine
Advocate
(verb) to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in w…
(noun) a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
(verb) to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
(verb) to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
Depict
(verb) to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in w…
Controversy
(noun) a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
250 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
Depict / Depiction
Controversy / Controversial
Undermine
Advocate / Advocacy
(V) to represent by drawing, portrau; to characterize in word…
(N) a usually prolonged public dispute; an arguement
(V) to weaken, sabatoge, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
(V) to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
Depict / Depiction
(V) to represent by drawing, portrau; to characterize in word…
Controversy / Controversial
(N) a usually prolonged public dispute; an arguement
250 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
To weaken or diminish something
to support or urge by argument; especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
200 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Princeton)
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abstinence
abstract
abstruse
(v) deprive of self-esteem, confidence; belittle
(n) denial of an indulgence or appetite; self-restraint
(adj) apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events;…
(adj) hard to understand; complex, esoteric
abase
(v) deprive of self-esteem, confidence; belittle
abstinence
(n) denial of an indulgence or appetite; self-restraint
250 terms
SAT Princeton Vocabulary
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
To weaken or diminish something
to support or urge by argument; especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
A usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
500 terms
The Princeton Review Essential SAT Vocabulary
culpable
curt
dearth
decry
(adj.) deserving blame
(adj.) rudely brief or abrupt in speech or manner
(adj.) an inadequate supply (lack)
(v.) to denounce as faulty or worthless
culpable
(adj.) deserving blame
curt
(adj.) rudely brief or abrupt in speech or manner
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Princeton SAT vocabulary Intro.
formidable
mnemonic
abridge
gregarious
frightening, awe-inspiring
Device or trick that helps you remember something specific
to shorten or condense
sociable, enjoying the company of others
formidable
frightening, awe-inspiring
mnemonic
Device or trick that helps you remember something specific
25 terms
SAT VOCABULARY PRINCETON # 2
practical
versatile
profound
tenacity
(adj.) adapted or suited for actual use
(adj.) having many uses
(adj.) showing deep insight or understanding
(noun) determination
practical
(adj.) adapted or suited for actual use
versatile
(adj.) having many uses
25 terms
SAT VOCABULARY PRINCETON # 1
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
(verb) portray, describe
(noun) an argument
(verb) weaken, sabotage
(verb) support or urge by argument
depict
(verb) portray, describe
controversy
(noun) an argument
123 terms
Princeton 2015 SAT vocabulary
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
v. to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words…
noun usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
v. to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
v. to support or urge y argument, especially publicly
depict
v. to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words…
controversy
noun usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
556 terms
Princeton 500 SAT Vocabulary
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
58 terms
SAT Vocabulary- The Princeton Review
Abase
Abash
Abate
Abdicate
(v) to humiliate
(v) to embarrass
(v) to subside
(v) to step down from a position of power
Abase
(v) to humiliate
Abash
(v) to embarrass
250 terms
ThePrincetonReview SAT Vocabulary
stymie
supplant
prescience
portent
to get in the way of
to take the place of
knowing beforehand
an indication of something about to occur
stymie
to get in the way of
supplant
to take the place of
25 terms
SAT VOCABULARY PRINCETON # 3
scarce
ingenuity
substantial
isolated
(adj.) insufficient to satisfy a need or demand
(noun) quality of being inventive/resourceful
(verb) support with proof or evidence
(adj.) separated, alone
scarce
(adj.) insufficient to satisfy a need or demand
ingenuity
(noun) quality of being inventive/resourceful
100 terms
MANUAL Princeton SAT Vocabulary
credible
exonerate
censure
incontrovertible
(adj) capable of being believed; honest, believable
(v) to free from blame
(v) to issue official blame; to criticize very strongly
(adj) indisputable; not able to be doubted or questioned
credible
(adj) capable of being believed; honest, believable
exonerate
(v) to free from blame
500 terms
The Princeton Review Essential SAT Vocabulary
culpable
curt
dearth
decry
(adj.) deserving blame
(adj.) rudely brief or abrupt in speech or manner
(adj.) an inadequate supply (lack)
(v.) to denounce as faulty or worthless
culpable
(adj.) deserving blame
curt
(adj.) rudely brief or abrupt in speech or manner
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SAT Princeton Review Top Vocabulary
enigma
apathy
revere
candor
a mystery
lack of emotion or interest
to worship or honor
frankness, honesty
enigma
a mystery
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
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Princeton SAT Vocabulary (1-10)
Aesthetic
Apathy
Ascetic
Autonomy
Concerning art or beauty
Lack of emotion or interest
Without indulgence or luxuries
Self-rule; independence
Aesthetic
Concerning art or beauty
Apathy
Lack of emotion or interest
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary Princeton Review 3
bombastic
ebullience
exorbitant
exuberant
given to pompous speech or writing
intense enthusiasm
exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness; I wanted to b…
full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy
bombastic
given to pompous speech or writing
ebullience
intense enthusiasm
53 terms
SAT Vocabulary Princeton Review 1
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing dramatic emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
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SAT Vocabulary from The Princeton Review
jocular
iridescent
polyglot
lucid
(adj.) the character of joking, jesting, or good humour
(adj.) showing luminous colours that seem to change when seen…
(adj.) One who knows or uses several languges
(adj.) expressed clearly, easy to understand
jocular
(adj.) the character of joking, jesting, or good humour
iridescent
(adj.) showing luminous colours that seem to change when seen…
238 terms
Princeton Review SAT Power Vocabulary
Abase
Abash
Abate
Abdicate
Verb... To humiliate; lower self-esteem and dignity
Verb... To embarrass
Verb... To subside or reduce
Verb... To step down from a position of authority
Abase
Verb... To humiliate; lower self-esteem and dignity
Abash
Verb... To embarrass
500 terms
Princeton Review Essential SAT Vocabulary
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
51 terms
SAT Vocabulary Princeton Review Week 5
brevity
expedient
transient
augment
the quality or state of being brief in duration
appropriate to a purpose; convenient; speedy
passing quickly in time or space
to make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity; to supplement
brevity
the quality or state of being brief in duration
expedient
appropriate to a purpose; convenient; speedy
252 terms
The Princeton review essential SAT vocabulary
Squander
Stark
Inherent
Lincentious
To spend or use wastefully
Harsh, grim, or desolate
Existing as an inseparable quality or element
Unrestrained by law or morality
Squander
To spend or use wastefully
Stark
Harsh, grim, or desolate
43 terms
SAT Vocabulary from Princeton Book
cynic
digress
tenacity
pragmatic
one who believes that only selfishness motivates himan actions
to wander away from the main topic or argument in speaking or…
persistence, strong character, perseverance
practical, sensible, logical
cynic
one who believes that only selfishness motivates himan actions
digress
to wander away from the main topic or argument in speaking or…
48 terms
SAT Vocabulary Princeton Review Week 4
ingenuous
subterfuge
surreptitious
dearth
lacking in cunning, guile, or worldliness
a deceptive stratagem or device
secretive; sneaky
scarce supply; lack
ingenuous
lacking in cunning, guile, or worldliness
subterfuge
a deceptive stratagem or device
500 terms
Princeton 500 Flashcards Essential SAT Vocabulary
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
136 terms
Princeton Review SAT Prep Vocabulary
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
intended to teach
showing excessive emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
116 terms
Princeton Review SAT Prep Vocabulary
candid
conjecture
didatic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing excessive emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
53 terms
Princeton Review SAT Vocabulary Week 1
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing excessive emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
238 terms
Princeton Review SAT Power Vocabulary
Abase
Abash
Abate
Abdicate
Verb... To humiliate; lower self-esteem and dignity
Verb... To embarrass
Verb... To subside or reduce
Verb... To step down from a position of authority
Abase
Verb... To humiliate; lower self-esteem and dignity
Abash
Verb... To embarrass
500 terms
Princeton 500 Essential SAT Vocabulary
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
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