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language arts sat words
Anthology
Epilogue
Prologue
Satire
a collection of poems and stories
a closing section added to a novel or play
an introductory section added to a poem,novel, or story
a literary work that ridicules and derides human vices and we…
Anthology
a collection of poems and stories
Epilogue
a closing section added to a novel or play
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Language Arts SAT Words
Deploy
Cavalier
Egg
Mete
To arrange strategically
Casual; Carefree
To encourage
To distribute
Deploy
To arrange strategically
Cavalier
Casual; Carefree
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Language Arts SAT Words
acclaim
enigma
prodigal
adroit
praised or to applaud
a mystery; a puzzle
wasteful; especially with money; extravagant
skillful in physical activity, or in handling difficult situa…
acclaim
praised or to applaud
enigma
a mystery; a puzzle
SAT Language Arts Words
fecund
sage
vacuous
deride
fertile; productive
a wise man; to be wise through experience and reflection
lacking ideas or intelligence
To ridicule; mock
fecund
fertile; productive
sage
a wise man; to be wise through experience and reflection
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Language Arts SAT Words
Ameliorate
Cavort
Clairvoyant
Conflagration
To make or become better; more bearable, more satisfactory
To behave in a high spirited, festive manner
Having or claiming to have the ability to see objects or acti…
A destructive fire, usually an extensive one
Ameliorate
To make or become better; more bearable, more satisfactory
Cavort
To behave in a high spirited, festive manner
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Language Arts SAT Words
Adversity
Annotate
Integrity
Anecdote
Synonym: Difficulty... Antonym: Easy... POS: Abstract Noun... Etymolog…
Synonym: Take Notes... Antonym: Non-annotate... POS: Verb... Etymology…
Synonym: Honesty... Antonym: deceiving... POS: Noun... Etymology: Midd…
Synonym: Story... Antonym: Expository Writing... POS: Abstract Noun…
Adversity
Synonym: Difficulty... Antonym: Easy... POS: Abstract Noun... Etymolog…
Annotate
Synonym: Take Notes... Antonym: Non-annotate... POS: Verb... Etymology…
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Language Arts, SAT Words
CONFLAGRATION
CULPABLE
LISTLESS
EMULATE
an extensive fire that destroys a great deal of land or prope…
deserving blame.
(of a person or their manner) lacking energy or enthusiasm
match or surpass (a person or achievement), typically by imit…
CONFLAGRATION
an extensive fire that destroys a great deal of land or prope…
CULPABLE
deserving blame.
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SAT vocabulary language arts
Delineate
Nefarious
Vernacular
Brawn
To describe accuratly
Extreme wickedness
Everyday speech slang
Muscular strength
Delineate
To describe accuratly
Nefarious
Extreme wickedness
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Language Arts: SAT Vocabulary
Obstreperous
Conspicuous
Mendacious
Portent
Noisy; boisterous; unruly; out of control
Easily noticable; prominent
Not truthful; false
An indication of something about to happen; an omen; a predic…
Obstreperous
Noisy; boisterous; unruly; out of control
Conspicuous
Easily noticable; prominent
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Language arts SAT vocabulary
Augmented
Efficient
Rueful
Emphatic
Made larger enlarged in size
Performing or functioning in the best possible manner
Feeling showing or expressing sorrow or pitty
Uttered with emphases; strongly expressive
Augmented
Made larger enlarged in size
Efficient
Performing or functioning in the best possible manner
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Language Arts SAT words #1
abstract
abstruse
acclaim
accolade
theoretical; not concrete
difficult to understand
praise; applaud
an award or praise
abstract
theoretical; not concrete
abstruse
difficult to understand
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English Language Arts- SAT vocab
fecund
sage
vacuous
deride
fertile
a wise man/ or to be wise
lacking ideas/intelligence
to ridicule
fecund
fertile
sage
a wise man/ or to be wise
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Language Arts SAT words January
Altruism
Catalyst
Eminent
Empathetic
unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness
an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action
distinguished; prominent
identification with an understanding of another's situation,f…
Altruism
unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness
Catalyst
an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action
Language Arts SAT Vocabulary 4
Anachronism
Anamoly
Criteria
Exacerbate
Something that is out of place in time
Something that doesn't fit in with the norm
Standards used to make judgement
To make a problem or condition worse
Anachronism
Something that is out of place in time
Anamoly
Something that doesn't fit in with the norm
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Language Arts SAT Words 1
Exception
Critical
Comprehend
Participate
exclude; omission
important
To understand; include something
to be involved in
Exception
exclude; omission
Critical
important
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SAT Language Arts Words 1
Enshroud
Credulous
Blighted
Abstain
Veil, cover
Gullible, ready to believe anything
Damaged, destroyed, or ruined
Withdraw, go without
Enshroud
Veil, cover
Credulous
Gullible, ready to believe anything
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GSMST Language Arts SAT words
Acclaim
Accolade
Adamant
Advocate
praise enthusiastically and publicly
an award or privilege granted as a special honor or as an ack…
refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
a person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cau…
Acclaim
praise enthusiastically and publicly
Accolade
an award or privilege granted as a special honor or as an ack…
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SAT Vocab - LANGUAGE ARTS
abridge
accede
acclaim
accost
1. (v.) to cut down, shorten (The publisher thought the dicti…
(v.) to agree (When the class asked the teacher whether they…
(n.) high praise (Greg's excellent poem won the acclaim of hi…
(v.) to confront verbally (Though Antoinette was normally qui…
abridge
1. (v.) to cut down, shorten (The publisher thought the dicti…
accede
(v.) to agree (When the class asked the teacher whether they…
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Language Arts- Hot Words for SAT
concise (adj.)
pithy (adj.)
reticent (adj.)
terse (adj.)
using few words in speaking and writing
brief and full of meaning
not talking much; reserved
using only the words that are needed to make the point; very…
concise (adj.)
using few words in speaking and writing
pithy (adj.)
brief and full of meaning
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Language Arts SAT/ACT Words
Altercation
Opulent
Cryptic
Fiasco
a noisy dispute
demonstrating great wealth; extravagant
secret; mysterious
a failure
Altercation
a noisy dispute
Opulent
demonstrating great wealth; extravagant
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Language Arts- Hot Words for SAT
concise (adj.)
pithy (adj.)
reticent (adj.)
terse (adj.)
using few words in speaking and writing
brief and full of meaning
not talking much; reserved
using only the words that are needed to make the point; very…
concise (adj.)
using few words in speaking and writing
pithy (adj.)
brief and full of meaning
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Language Arts - Vocabulary #5 (SAT)
Acquiesce
Adamant
Candid
Caustic
To accept without argument; going along with... (Verb)
Refusing to give in easily... (Adjective)
Being honest; Not hiding one's thoughts or feelings ... (Adjecti…
Being sarcastic ... (Adjective)
Acquiesce
To accept without argument; going along with... (Verb)
Adamant
Refusing to give in easily... (Adjective)
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Language Arts Exam SAT Words
Amiable
Benefactor
Benevolent
Benign
Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
A person who gives money or other help to a person or cause
Well meaning and kindly
Gentle; kindly
Amiable
Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
Benefactor
A person who gives money or other help to a person or cause
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Language Arts Final SAT Words
Radiant
inflict
fallible
sodden
shining, bright; giving forth light or energy
to give or cause something unpleasant, imposef
capable of being wrong, mistaken or inacurate
soaked with liquid or moisture; expressionless dull; spiritle…
Radiant
shining, bright; giving forth light or energy
inflict
to give or cause something unpleasant, imposef
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Language Arts SAT Vocabulary Set 12
acrophobia
bourgeois
debility
epistolary
fear of heights
middle class
weakness; incapacity
concerned with letters; through correspondence
acrophobia
fear of heights
bourgeois
middle class
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Language Arts SAT Vocabulary Set 11
acrid
boorish
cynical
epistle
sharp; pungent (used of smells and tastes) [bad smell]
ill-mannered
believing that people act only out of selfish motives
a letter (form of communication)
acrid
sharp; pungent (used of smells and tastes) [bad smell]
boorish
ill-mannered
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Pre-Ap Language Arts SAT Vocabulary Words and Definitions
Abhorrent
Adulation
Amicable
Anachronism
Inspiring disgust or loathing; offensive
Excessive flattery or admiration
Friendly; without serious disagreement
Something located at a time when it could not have existed or…
Abhorrent
Inspiring disgust or loathing; offensive
Adulation
Excessive flattery or admiration
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2015 - Language Arts - SAT Word List 7
Vociferous
Virulent
Synopsis
Synthetic
Loud, vocal, and noisy
Extremely poisonous: malignant; hateful
Plot summary
Artificial, imitation
Vociferous
Loud, vocal, and noisy
Virulent
Extremely poisonous: malignant; hateful
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2015 - Language Arts - SAT Word List - Cumulative
Acquiesce
Affinity
Beseech
Blasphemous
To agree; comply quietly
Fondness, liking; similarity
To beg, plead, implore
Cursing, profane, irreverent
Acquiesce
To agree; comply quietly
Affinity
Fondness, liking; similarity
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2015 - Language Arts - SAT Word List 6
Dogmatic
Benign
Stratify
Tumultuous
Stubbornly attached, rigid, inflexible
Kind and gentle
To layer or separate into layers
Noisy and disorderly
Dogmatic
Stubbornly attached, rigid, inflexible
Benign
Kind and gentle
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vocabulary words / language arts
cremation
ghastly
grisly
heed
the process of burning the body of a person who has died
horrifying , deeply unpleasant
horrifying; causing intense fear
to pay attention to ; to consider
cremation
the process of burning the body of a person who has died
ghastly
horrifying , deeply unpleasant
Language arts SAT literary terms vocabulary
Alliteration
Assonance
Caricature
Cliché
The repetition of similar sound, usually consonants, at the b…
The repetition of vowel sounds in a sequence of nearby words
A description or characterization that exaggerates or distort…
An expression, that has been used and reused so many times th…
Alliteration
The repetition of similar sound, usually consonants, at the b…
Assonance
The repetition of vowel sounds in a sequence of nearby words
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Vocabulary Words for Language Arts
abhor
abridge
abut
archaic
to hate very much, to detest utterly (v)
to shorten, to condense (v)
next to; shares a boundary with (v)
belonging to an earlier time, ancient; outdated (adj)
abhor
to hate very much, to detest utterly (v)
abridge
to shorten, to condense (v)
108 terms
Language Arts SAT Terms
debauchery
ebullient
facetious
aloof
wild living
overcome with joy and excitement
humorous
withdrawn
debauchery
wild living
ebullient
overcome with joy and excitement
Language Arts SAT Vocab (fighting words)
Abhor
Censure
Chastise
Coerce
To hate, loathe, or detest.
To condemn in a stern fashion.
To scold or criticize severely.
To force someone against his or her will, either by means of…
Abhor
To hate, loathe, or detest.
Censure
To condemn in a stern fashion.
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Language Arts SAT word set 1
amicable
deleterious
spurious
mundane
Having a spirit of friendliness; without serious disagreement…
Causing harm or damage.
Not being what it purports to be; false or fake.
Lacking interest or excitement; dull.
amicable
Having a spirit of friendliness; without serious disagreement…
deleterious
Causing harm or damage.
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Language Arts SAT Vocab Words #7
swerve
simultaneous
remnant
quench
to turn aside sharply; a sharp or sudden turn
happening or existing at the same time
a small part remaining behind
to put out, extinguish, end
swerve
to turn aside sharply; a sharp or sudden turn
simultaneous
happening or existing at the same time
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Language Arts Vocabulary Words
encumber
exasperation
offend
spatter
to slow down
annoyed
to insult, annoy
splash
encumber
to slow down
exasperation
annoyed
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Language Arts SAT Words 3.1
Amenable
Precarious
Criterion
Guise
pleasant, agreeable
unsafe, unstable
standard for judgement
appearance
Amenable
pleasant, agreeable
Precarious
unsafe, unstable
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Language Arts SAT Words Week 2
Blundgeon
Ardous
Reminisce
Oppertune
A short heavy,thick club that has one end larger than the other
Hard, difficult, tiresome
The act of practice or recalling the past
Occurring or coming at a good time
Blundgeon
A short heavy,thick club that has one end larger than the other
Ardous
Hard, difficult, tiresome
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Language arts vocabulary words
anti- semitism
scapegoat
stereotype
propaganda
hatred of Jews
blaming someone else for your problems
an assumption of a group/ religion
using media to persuade people
anti- semitism
hatred of Jews
scapegoat
blaming someone else for your problems
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Language Arts Vocabulary Words
chronological
contrast
arrange
comparison
arranged in the order of time
to find a difference between things
to place in proper, desired, or convenient order
the considering of two things with regard to some characteris…
chronological
arranged in the order of time
contrast
to find a difference between things
115 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
Protagonist
Antagonist
Character foil
Primary theme
the central character in a plot's conflict
the force in conflict with the protagonist
a character whose traits are in direct contrast with the prin…
the most important theme in a story
Protagonist
the central character in a plot's conflict
Antagonist
the force in conflict with the protagonist
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
Boudoir
Brouhaha
Buffoon
Buttress
Women's dressing room
Uproar
A clown, comedian, or laughable person
To support or to prop
Boudoir
Women's dressing room
Brouhaha
Uproar
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language arts vocabulary words
Adversary
Attentive
Aprehensive
Aptitude
an opponent or enemy.
Giving attention to someone or something.
Anxious or fearful; uneasy.
The ability to learn or understand something quickly.
Adversary
an opponent or enemy.
Attentive
Giving attention to someone or something.
13 terms
Language Arts: Vocabulary Words
Metaphor
Simile
Alliteration
Juxtaposition
A direct comparison.
A comparison using like or as, as in "she is LIKE a rose".
The repetition of a sound at the beginning of two or more nei…
A placing or being placed side by side, especially with compa…
Metaphor
A direct comparison.
Simile
A comparison using like or as, as in "she is LIKE a rose".
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
hazard
minor
efficient
instantly
something that could be dangerous
something is not important
someone gets things done quickly, correctly, and without trou…
if something takes almost no time to happen
hazard
something that could be dangerous
minor
something is not important
26 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
inept
apparel
besiege
compress
(adj.) without skill, clumsy. Synonyms: awkward, bumbling.. A…
(n.) clothing. Synonyms: clothes, coverings. Antonym: without…
(v.) To attack or overwhelm. Synonyms: surround or trap. Anto…
(v.) to make smaller or reduce size. Synonyms: condense, rest…
inept
(adj.) without skill, clumsy. Synonyms: awkward, bumbling.. A…
apparel
(n.) clothing. Synonyms: clothes, coverings. Antonym: without…
20 terms
Language Arts SAT vocabulary list 6
Abrasive
Adept
Ambivalent
Belittle
Being harsh, rude, or abrupt
Being thoroughly skilled at something
Having mixed feelings about a person or situation
To hint that something or someone is not valued
Abrasive
Being harsh, rude, or abrupt
Adept
Being thoroughly skilled at something
SAT Vocal: Language Arts
anthology
epilogue
prologue
satire
a collection of poems and stories
a closing section added to a novel or play
an introductory section added to a poem, novel, or story
a literary work that ridicules and derides human vices and we…
anthology
a collection of poems and stories
epilogue
a closing section added to a novel or play
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