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32 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words
asentatious
garishness
insentient
magisterial
showy
flashy
incapable of thought
bossy
asentatious
showy
garishness
flashy
30 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Lesson 16-18 SAT Vocab
amateur noun
attribute noun
estimate verb
exhume verb
a person who does something rather unskillfully
a quality or characteristic of a person or thing
to form a judgement of opinion about the cost, quantity, size…
to dig up or remove from the earth or a grave
amateur noun
a person who does something rather unskillfully
attribute noun
a quality or characteristic of a person or thing
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 25
Egregious
Yearning
Unmitigated
Austere
outstandingly bad; shocking
severe or bare in appearance or outline.
absolute; unqualified
severe or strict in manner
Egregious
outstandingly bad; shocking
Yearning
severe or bare in appearance or outline.
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 24
Underpins
Calisthenics
Undulating
Ornate
support from beneath
Exercises
moving in waves
very fanciful
Underpins
support from beneath
Calisthenics
Exercises
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 23
Superfluous
Infelicitous
adept
reverberate
Unnecessary
inappropriate
Skillful
to echo
Superfluous
Unnecessary
Infelicitous
inappropriate
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 22
Untempered
Vice
subjugate
Foilble
Not toned down
bad habit
conquer
a minor weakness
Untempered
Not toned down
Vice
bad habit
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 21
Banal
Enfranchisement
Aggrandize
Inquisitions
Very ordinary and plain
freedom
TO MAKE LARGER OR GREATER
Investigations
Banal
Very ordinary and plain
Enfranchisement
freedom
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 20
sensory
static
trival
void
Afferent
Fixed, not moving or changing, lacking vitality
not important
emptiness
sensory
Afferent
static
Fixed, not moving or changing, lacking vitality
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 19
proficient
redundant
resent
revive
skilled
Needlessly repetitive
to feel hostility
to bring back to life
proficient
skilled
redundant
Needlessly repetitive
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 18
pensive
peril
perpetual
potent
Thoughtful
Danger
Continuing forever
Stored Energy
pensive
Thoughtful
peril
Danger
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 17
mere
minute
nostalgia
paradox
falsely attractive
extremely small
longing for the past
A contradiction or dilemma
mere
falsely attractive
minute
extremely small
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 16
glaring
imminent
intuition
latent
extremely obvious
About to happen
instinct
Hidden
glaring
extremely obvious
imminent
About to happen
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 15
engross
eminent
feign
ethereal
to occupy completely
Famous
To pretend
Heavenly
engross
to occupy completely
eminent
Famous
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 14
broached
desolation
stewardship
glutting
to mention for the first time
Barrenness
the conducting, supervising, or managing of something
satisfy fully
broached
to mention for the first time
desolation
Barrenness
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 13
procession
trapesing
venerable
sidestep
movement towards
to walk
respectable
avoid
procession
movement towards
trapesing
to walk
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 12
dismay
dispostion
dynamic
apprehensive
to discourage
attitude or mood
actively changing
fearful or anxious
dismay
to discourage
dispostion
attitude or mood
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 11
contract
devoid
diffuse
digress
to reduce in size
lacking
to spread out
go off topic
contract
to reduce in size
devoid
lacking
19 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Confused Words
Affect
Effect
Allot
Altogether
verb - to influence
noun - a result
To divide or distribute
Entirely
Affect
verb - to influence
Effect
noun - a result
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 10
utter
ratification
seldom
confines
complete
official way to confirm something
not often
Limits or boundaries
utter
complete
ratification
official way to confirm something
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 9
cantankerous
suffice
indignation
immunity
easily angered
to be enough
anger
to not be harmed
cantankerous
easily angered
suffice
to be enough
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 8
penchant
inimical
astute
ablution
tendency
Hostile, unfriendly
keen or smart
cleansing or washing
penchant
tendency
inimical
Hostile, unfriendly
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SAT Words Group 7
buttress
undermine
implicit
villify
to support
to weaken
to say without saying
to treat like a villian
buttress
to support
undermine
to weaken
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 6
corollary
cumbersome
rife
bucolic
something that follows; a natural consequence
clumsy or difficult to manage
abundant
rural
corollary
something that follows; a natural consequence
cumbersome
clumsy or difficult to manage
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 5
compensate
complement
contour
consecutive
to make up for; to repay for services
to complete, make perfect
Shape or outline of a shape
following continuously
compensate
to make up for; to repay for services
complement
to complete, make perfect
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 4
assess
bear
coherent
befall
to evaluate
to carry; to support
making sense
to happen or occur
assess
to evaluate
bear
to carry; to support
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 3
deficit
demean
anecdote
frankly
lack of something
causing a severe lose of dignity and respect
a short story
honestly
deficit
lack of something
demean
causing a severe lose of dignity and respect
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words Group 2
arcane
assert
adhere
aloof
understood by few
To state or express firmly
stick fast to
not friendly, cool or distant
arcane
understood by few
assert
To state or express firmly
246 termscreated on January 20, 2017
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privy
feigned
levity
epigram
participating in the knowledge of something private or secret
pretended
an inappropriate lack of seriousness; overly casual
A brief witty poem, often satirical.
privy
participating in the knowledge of something private or secret
feigned
pretended
13 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Writing sat
Transfer
Pathos
Devices
Emotion
He has developed valid claims that are backed up with crucial…
XXX not only uses reasonable logos to strengthen his argument…
Moreover, XXX also has quite a few usage of persuasive langua…
Now the reader almost feels guilty because they... This is wh…
Transfer
He has developed valid claims that are backed up with crucial…
Pathos
XXX not only uses reasonable logos to strengthen his argument…
50 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT MUST KNOW WORDS PART 1
denounce
denuded
depict
deplore
to condemn openly or publicly... synonym: condemn, censure
to make naked or bare... synonym: strip
to represent or characterize... synonym: portray
to regret deeply or strongly... synonym: lament
denounce
to condemn openly or publicly... synonym: condemn, censure
denuded
to make naked or bare... synonym: strip
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Sat Words Group 6 Section 5
Apprehensive
Circumspect
Discordancy
Fitful
worrisome
cautious
harsh
not continous
Apprehensive
worrisome
Circumspect
cautious
11 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT WOD
Balk
Bandy
Barrage
Battery
To stop short and refuse to proceed
To trade;to give backend forth;to bat and fro
A curtain of artillery fire:any overwhelming attack as of wor…
The unlawful beating of a person;act of beating or pounding:a…
Balk
To stop short and refuse to proceed
Bandy
To trade;to give backend forth;to bat and fro
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
sat word section 3
antagonism
antithesis
apocryphal
arduous
Active hostility or opposition.
A person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or s…
(of a story or statement) Of doubtful authenticity, although…
Involving or requiring strenuous effort; difficult and tiring.
antagonism
Active hostility or opposition.
antithesis
A person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or s…
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Lesson 7 - SAT words
Cynical
Ambivalent
Demagogue
Demure
Doubtful; distrustful
Uncertain; unable to decide
Leader who appeals to citizens' emotions to obtain power
Quiet and modest; reserved
Cynical
Doubtful; distrustful
Ambivalent
Uncertain; unable to decide
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
sat words section 2
alienate
alleviate
aloof
altruistic
Cause (someone) to feel isolated or estranged.
Make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severe.
Not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant.
Showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-bei…
alienate
Cause (someone) to feel isolated or estranged.
alleviate
Make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severe.
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT week 1
sycophant (n)
lugubrious (adj)
pernicious (adj)
insouciant (adj)
one who is eager to please for personal gain; or more informa…
extremely sad, gloomy, or mournful
causing great harm & destruction, wicked
unconcerned or unworried, often to the point of arrogance
sycophant (n)
one who is eager to please for personal gain; or more informa…
lugubrious (adj)
extremely sad, gloomy, or mournful
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT week 12
exigent (adj)
polemic (n)
acolyte (n)
nullify (v)
needing immediate attention
a passionate argument in favor of something or someone (often…
somebody, especially a young person, who assists and/or follo…
to make something invalid/void; to cancel something out
exigent (adj)
needing immediate attention
polemic (n)
a passionate argument in favor of something or someone (often…
34 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SATs
Prosaic
Capacious
Verbose
Boisterous
Common place or dill
Capable of holding much
Characterized by the use of many or too many words
Rough and noisey: rowdy
Prosaic
Common place or dill
Capacious
Capable of holding much
15 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Words pt.3
incompatible
intrepid
jubilation
lobbyist
unable to work
fearless, adventurous
joy, exultation
persuader or legislator
incompatible
unable to work
intrepid
fearless, adventurous
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Sat Vocab
Truncate (v)
Baneful (adj)
Circumspect (adj)
Admonish (v)
To shorten by chchopping off the
causing woe ; destructive harmful deadly
Prudent ; cautious
To warm ; to caution in counsel
Truncate (v)
To shorten by chchopping off the
Baneful (adj)
causing woe ; destructive harmful deadly
15 termscreated on January 20, 2017
College Board Top 100 Common SAT/ACT Vocabulary Words part3
Incompatible
Intrepid
Jubilation
Lobbyist
Unable to work together
Fearless, Adventurous
Joy, Exulation
Persuade of legislators
Incompatible
Unable to work together
Intrepid
Fearless, Adventurous
15 termscreated on January 20, 2017
4th six weeks SAT Vocabulary words
Incompatible
Intrepid
Jubilation
Lobbyist
Unable to work together
Fearless, Adventurous
Joy, Excitement
Persuader of legislator
Incompatible
Unable to work together
Intrepid
Fearless, Adventurous
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
4
Bigot
Expunge
Candid
Argot
n. one who is intolerant of differences in others
v. to erase or eliminate... ant: add
adj. outspoken; blunt... ant: evasive
n. a special words or phrases used by a specific group of peo…
Bigot
n. one who is intolerant of differences in others
Expunge
v. to erase or eliminate... ant: add
63 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT Vocab
antipathy
sympathy
empathy
"path" root
dislike, feeling against
sharing or agreeing with feeling
identification with a feeling
feeling
antipathy
dislike, feeling against
sympathy
sharing or agreeing with feeling
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT/ACT words #2
Canny
Demagogue
Ephemeral
Florid
Careful
One who gains power through emotions
Short lived;happens quickly
Flowery
Canny
Careful
Demagogue
One who gains power through emotions
24 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Sat words 1-25
Abbreviate
Adulation
Aesthetic
Anachronistic
Shorten
High praise
Concered with beauty
Out of date
Abbreviate
Shorten
Adulation
High praise
25 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT terms 6
Gratuitous
Hackneyed
Harangue
Harassing
Uncalled for; lacking good reason
Of a phrase or idea lacking significance through having been…
A lengthy and agressive speech
Subject to agressive pressure or intimidation
Gratuitous
Uncalled for; lacking good reason
Hackneyed
Of a phrase or idea lacking significance through having been…
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Word List 2 SAT vocab
abrasive
bilk
covert
engender
rough; coarse; harsh
cheat;defraud
hidden; undercover
cause
abrasive
rough; coarse; harsh
bilk
cheat;defraud
10 termscreated on January 20, 2017
SAT VOCAB VOLUME 6 WORDS 11-20
laconic
malevolent
meander
apex
not say much, brief or concise
wish evil among others
to wander around aimlessly
tip, peak, summit , highest point
laconic
not say much, brief or concise
malevolent
wish evil among others
20 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Literature Vocab (Poetry Unit) Examples.
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Onomatopoeia
Arnold ate an apple all day long.
My words like silent raindrops fell.
Boats into the past or cool soul.
Clang, Bang, Boom!
Alliteration
Arnold ate an apple all day long.
Assonance
My words like silent raindrops fell.
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