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SAT VOCABULARY #1
allude
forbid
ye
expel
to refer indirectly
keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing
plural form of 'thou'
to send out or away
allude
to refer indirectly
forbid
keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing
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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.
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SAT 1 Vocabulary Words
Aspire
Candor
Elude
Malady
to strive for a goal ;want or desire something excellent or f…
honesty or straight fowardness
to escape from someone or something
a disease, or illness, or medical condition, a serious or chr…
Aspire
to strive for a goal ;want or desire something excellent or f…
Candor
honesty or straight fowardness
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SAT Vocabulary #1 20 Words
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
able to use both hands equally well
to make larger, increase
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well
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SAT Vocabulary Words #1
Compromise
Condescending
Conditional
Conformist
to settle differences
looking down on somebody, patronizing
provisional, contingent
follower of customs
Compromise
to settle differences
Condescending
looking down on somebody, patronizing
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SAT Word List #1 - SAT Word Test 1
abhor
abominate
abstract
absurd
to loathe; to detest
to loathe; to hate
not thought as concrete or real; mental
unreasonable; foolish
abhor
to loathe; to detest
abominate
to loathe; to hate
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SAT Word Set # 1
abhorrent (adj.)
adulation (n.)
amicable (adj.)
anachronism (n.)
disgusting
excessive flattery or admiration
friendly
chronologically incorrect; an error in order of time
abhorrent (adj.)
disgusting
adulation (n.)
excessive flattery or admiration
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#1 21 SAT Vocabulary Words
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate (the verb)
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
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
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SAT Words - Week 1
abstract
abstruse
acclaim
accolade
(adj) theoretical; not concrete
(adj) hard to understand
(v) praise; applaud
(n) an award, or praise
abstract
(adj) theoretical; not concrete
abstruse
(adj) hard to understand
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Word List #1 SAT Vocabulary Terms and Definitions
accentuate (verb)
alliteration (noun)
analogy (noun)
antibody (noun)
to stress, single out as important
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each word
drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity
a protein that produces an immune response
accentuate (verb)
to stress, single out as important
alliteration (noun)
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each word
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Vocabulary SAT WORD POWER 1-10
abhor
abominate
abridge
abstruse
to hate very much, to detest utterly
to dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loath…
to shorten; to condense, diminish; to curtail
hard to understand
abhor
to hate very much, to detest utterly
abominate
to dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loath…
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SAT #1 Vocabulary Words
Abbreviate
Accessible
Acknowledge
Adversity
Shorten;abridge
Capable of being reached
To recognize the facts, authority, or status of
A condition marked by misfortune, clamity, or distress
Abbreviate
Shorten;abridge
Accessible
Capable of being reached
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SAT words 1-10
abate
aberration
abstain
adversity
become less in amount or intensity
a state or condition markedly different from the norm.
choose not to consume.
a state of misfortune or affliction
abate
become less in amount or intensity
aberration
a state or condition markedly different from the norm.
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SAT Vocabulary Words 1
Cursory
Decry
Disposition
Impecunious
Hastily done (adj)
Express strong disapproval of (v)
Final arrangement; temperamental makeup or mood (n)
Having little or no money (adj)
Cursory
Hastily done (adj)
Decry
Express strong disapproval of (v)
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SAT Vocabulary: Word Roots #1
Identify the word root and its meaning…
Identify the word root and its meaning…
Identify the word root and its meaning…
Identify the word root and its meaning…
NOM/NYM: Name
OMNI: all
MAN: hand
MAL: Bad, evil, wrong
Identify the word root and its meaning…
NOM/NYM: Name
Identify the word root and its meaning…
OMNI: all
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SAT Vocabulary Words # 1-10
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten
refraining from pleasure
high praise
misfortune, unfavorable turn amongst events
abbreviate
to shorten
abstinence
refraining from pleasure
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SAT Vocabulary Words: Week 1
accede
acclaim
acquiesce
affable
give in; agree to
praise
give in
friendly
accede
give in; agree to
acclaim
praise
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SAT Vocabulary Words #1
Vicissitude
Vigilant
Vilify
Vindicate
(N.) event that occurs by chance
(Adj.) watchful, alert
(V.) to lower in importance, defame
(V.) to avenge; to free from allegation; to set free
Vicissitude
(N.) event that occurs by chance
Vigilant
(Adj.) watchful, alert
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SAT vocabulary words 1
Abash
Abate
Abdicate
Abberation
To make Ashamed of ; to embarrass
to subside; reduce
to step down from position of power and/or responsibility
something not typical; Deviation from the standard
Abash
To make Ashamed of ; to embarrass
Abate
to subside; reduce
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SAT Vocabulary Words - 1
Pedantic
Pertinacious
Pontifical
Pretentious
Stressing trivial points of learning
Stubborn; unyielding; holding firmly to some belief
Ornate; stiff; having the pomp and dignity of the Pope
Making claims to some distinction; showy
Pedantic
Stressing trivial points of learning
Pertinacious
Stubborn; unyielding; holding firmly to some belief
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SAT Vocabulary Words (1)
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Effusive
Completely honest, straightforward
Inference; guesswork
Instructive
Showing excessive emotion; overflowing
Candid
Completely honest, straightforward
Conjecture
Inference; guesswork
SAT Vocabulary Words (1)
Scarce
Ingenuity
Abstruse
Substantiate
Insufficient amount of something
To be clever/unique
To be vague; unclear
Giving evidence to prove something
Scarce
Insufficient amount of something
Ingenuity
To be clever/unique
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SAT Vocabulary Words #1
Underscore
Undermine
Qualify
Unseemly
v. to emphasize
v. to weaken, to resist
v. to make an argument less strong, to tone down
adj. inappropriate
Underscore
v. to emphasize
Undermine
v. to weaken, to resist
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SAT word list 1
abase
abash
abate
abbreviate
humiliate
embarrass
subside; decrease; lessen
shorten
abase
humiliate
abash
embarrass
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Vocabulary (SAT Words) 1-10
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
To shorten, abridge
The act of refraining from pleasurable activity
High praise
Misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
Abbreviate
To shorten, abridge
Abstinence
The act of refraining from pleasurable activity
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SAT Vocabulary: Common Words-1
Avarice
Obstinate
Placid
Profuse
noun: greed (one of the seven deadly sins)
adjective: resistant to guidance or discipline; stubbornly pe…
adjective: not easily irritated/calm
adjective: plentiful; pouring out or flowing in abundance
Avarice
noun: greed (one of the seven deadly sins)
Obstinate
adjective: resistant to guidance or discipline; stubbornly pe…
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SAT Prep Week 1 Vocabulary
accessible
acumen
agitate
beneficial
approachable, attainable, reachable
keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
to excite, disturb, or trouble; worry
helpful; useful; advantageous
accessible
approachable, attainable, reachable
acumen
keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
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SAT Vocabulary 1
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous.... (+)
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
lean, sharp-cornered, gaunt... (+/0/-)
overbearingly assuming, insolently proud... (-)
altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous.... (+)
ambivalent
Having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
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SAT Vocabulary Words List 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-Minded, prejudiced person
Fake; False
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-Minded, prejudiced person
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SAT Vocabulary, Group 1
Abhor ( verb)
Bigot (noun)
Counterfeit ( adjective)
Counterfeit ( noun)
loath, dislike, detest, hate, abominate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake, false
fake
Abhor ( verb)
loath, dislike, detest, hate, abominate
Bigot (noun)
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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SAT Words, List 1
scrutinize
egalitarian
surfeit
potentate
to examine or look at very closely
one who advocates the doctrine of equal rights
an overabundance of something
a powerful ruler or an important person
scrutinize
to examine or look at very closely
egalitarian
one who advocates the doctrine of equal rights
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SAT 1 Words
Abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
Abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
abstinence
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
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Sat Vocabulary Word List #1
abate
abbreviate
abdicate
aberration
to reduce; to lessen
to shorten
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
departure from the norm
abate
to reduce; to lessen
abbreviate
to shorten
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SAT Words List 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Fake; false
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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SAT Words 1
Earnestly
veranda
scuttling
brazier
sincerely
Porch
moving quickly
An open pan or basin for holding live coals.
Earnestly
sincerely
veranda
Porch
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SAT Vocabulary Word List 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
V. Hate
Adj. Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Adj. Fake, false
V. Give voting rights
Abhor
V. Hate
Bigot
Adj. Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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SAT vocabulary words! #1
Aberration
Autocrat
Chagrin
Debilitate
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
a ruler who has absolute power.
distress or embarrassment at having failed or been humiliated.
make (someone) weak and infirm.
Aberration
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
Autocrat
a ruler who has absolute power.
SAT Vocabulary Weeks 1-3 (9 Words)
Abhor (verb)
Bigot (noun)
Counterfeit (adjective)
Enfranchise (verb)
to hate; despise
a person who is judgmental of someone else; close-minded pers…
fake or false; forged; not real
to give a group/person the right to vote; granting voting rig…
Abhor (verb)
to hate; despise
Bigot (noun)
a person who is judgmental of someone else; close-minded pers…
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SAT Vocabulary Word List 1
abate
aberrant
abrasive
abridge
v. subside or moderate; lessen
adj.abnormal or deviant
adj.rubbing away; tending to grind down
v. condense or shorten
abate
v. subside or moderate; lessen
aberrant
adj.abnormal or deviant
SAT Vocabulary Words 1-4
brevity
laconic
pithy
quiescent
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
using few words in speech
brief and full of meaning and substance
quiet; still; inactive
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
laconic
using few words in speech
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SAT Vocabulary Words - 1
Ameliorate
Anarchy
Ambiguous
Banal
verb- make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better
noun- a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of…
adjective- (of language) open to more than interpretation; ha…
adjective- So lacking in originality as to be obvious and bor…
Ameliorate
verb- make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better
Anarchy
noun- a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of…
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Sat vocabulary words 1
Avid
Muse (verb)
Urbane (adjective)
Meticulous (adjective)
...
To becme absorbed in thought; to turn something over in the m…
Norably polite or polished in a manner
Excessivly careful; attention to detail
Avid
...
Muse (verb)
To becme absorbed in thought; to turn something over in the m…
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SAT Words - Week 1
abstract
abstruse
acclaim
accolade
theoretical; not concrete
hard to understand
praise; applaud
an award, or praise
abstract
theoretical; not concrete
abstruse
hard to understand
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SAT vocabulary words! #1
Aberration
Autocrat
Chagrin
Debilitate
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
a ruler who has absolute power.
distress or embarrassment at having failed or been humiliated.
make (someone) weak and infirm.
Aberration
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
Autocrat
a ruler who has absolute power.
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SAT vocabulary words 1
Aspire (as-PIRE)
Bilateral (bi-LAT-er-al)
Candor (KAN-der)
Defraud (dih-FRAWD)
Verb- to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excel…
Adjective- having two sides
Noun- honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest…
Verb- to cheat; to gain something dishonestly, as through a l…
Aspire (as-PIRE)
Verb- to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excel…
Bilateral (bi-LAT-er-al)
Adjective- having two sides
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SAT Vocabulary Words #1
Blueprint
Usurp
Innate
Magnate
A detailed outline or a plan for a building
To seize power by force
Part of the character of something; existing since birth
A person of great influence in a particular field
Blueprint
A detailed outline or a plan for a building
Usurp
To seize power by force
Vocabulary SAT Words 1
Diffident
Judicious
Petulant
Lugubrious
Lacking confidence in ones own ability, worth, or fitness.
Using or showing judgement as to action or personal expediency.
Moved to or showing sudden, impatient irritation.
Mournful, dismal, or gloomy.
Diffident
Lacking confidence in ones own ability, worth, or fitness.
Judicious
Using or showing judgement as to action or personal expediency.
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SAT Vocabulary words #1
Acquiesce
Complacent
Emaciated
Fastidious
Submit, Agree (Verb)
Satisfied, Content (Adjective)
Wasted, Thin, Shriveled (Adjective)
Difficult to please, Picky (Adjective)
Acquiesce
Submit, Agree (Verb)
Complacent
Satisfied, Content (Adjective)
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sat vocabulary words 1
contentious
espouse
petulant
dogmatic
causing or likely to cause arguement, controversial
to adopt or support; belief or way of life
becoming annoyed or angry when you do not get your way
expressing opinions or beliefs as if they are certainty correct
contentious
causing or likely to cause arguement, controversial
espouse
to adopt or support; belief or way of life
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SAT vocabulary words 1
copious
extol
brawn
vernacular
abundant; plentiful
to praise highly
muscular strength
everyday speech; slang
copious
abundant; plentiful
extol
to praise highly
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