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152 terms
SAT
Social circumstances
Social Context
Social Welfare
Grounded in
facts connected to an event
circumstances that surround people
Specific applications depending a ones class.
having its foundation in
Social circumstances
facts connected to an event
Social Context
circumstances that surround people
269 terms
SAT
disingenuous
penchant
aspersion
avuncular
not straightforward or candid
a strong attraction or inclination
a disparaging remark
like an uncle in kindness or indulgence
disingenuous
not straightforward or candid
penchant
a strong attraction or inclination
11 terms
SAT
incontrovertible
vacillation
spurious
eclectic
impossible to deny or disprove
indecision in speech or action
plausible but false
selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas
incontrovertible
impossible to deny or disprove
vacillation
indecision in speech or action
10 terms
SAT
distend
fecund
sage
vacuos
Swell, expand, stretch, bloat
fertile; fruitful; productive
wise
lack of content or ideas, empty, vacant, stupid
distend
Swell, expand, stretch, bloat
fecund
fertile; fruitful; productive
Sat
Cordial
Criterion
Cryptic
Culpable
Gracious
Standard used in judging
Mysterious
Deserving blame
Cordial
Gracious
Criterion
Standard used in judging
46 terms
Sat
Integer
Is 0 even or odd?
What is good practice when finding dis…
How do you square fractions
Any whole number ... Including 0
Even
Actually use the numbers to calculate it.
(1/2)^2... 1^2/2^2... 1/4
Integer
Any whole number ... Including 0
Is 0 even or odd?
Even
10 terms
SAT
joust
infamy
nepotism
fleece
A combat on horseback between two knights
evil fame or reputation
Favoritism shown to relatives or close friends by those in po…
wool coat of a sheep; V: shear the fleece from; rob by a tric…
joust
A combat on horseback between two knights
infamy
evil fame or reputation
20 terms
SAT
Allay
Byline
Demur
Exacerbate
to lessen or relieve
the line that tells you who wrote an article
hesitate; refuse
make worse
Allay
to lessen or relieve
Byline
the line that tells you who wrote an article
70 terms
SAT
Delineate
Nefarious
Vernacular
Brawn
Calrify
Evil
Slang
Muscle
Delineate
Calrify
Nefarious
Evil
153 terms
SAT
orator
bolster
notoriety
disdain
public speaker
support, reinforce
ill fame
scorn
orator
public speaker
bolster
support, reinforce
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
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.
20 terms
SAT
acme
ajar
avid
bane
High point; Zenith
Slightly open
passionate; ardent
a cause for ruin
acme
High point; Zenith
ajar
Slightly open
26 terms
SAT
circle formula
vertex formula
direct relationship
inverse relationship
(x-h)2+(y-k)2=r2
y=a(x-h)2+k
y=kx
y=k/x
circle formula
(x-h)2+(y-k)2=r2
vertex formula
y=a(x-h)2+k
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
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
Carcass
Eradicate
Dissect
Appreciate
The dead body
To remove completely
To cut sth in pieces
To admire
Carcass
The dead body
Eradicate
To remove completely
alleviate
abstract
acute
to advocate
to make better, easier
not specific, theoretical
urgent, strong, powerful
to support
alleviate
to make better, easier
abstract
not specific, theoretical
SAT
abase
abate
bane
bashful
poniżać
zmniejszyć
zmora
wstydliwy
abase
poniżać
abate
zmniejszyć
253 terms
SAT
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfiet
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow- minded
Fake
To give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow- minded
SAT
Ascendancy
Arable
Blasphemous
Ephemeral
Domination, growing in power
Fit for plowing, tillable
Irreverent, profane
Lasting a short period of time, fleeting
Ascendancy
Domination, growing in power
Arable
Fit for plowing, tillable
38 terms
SAT
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
v. từ bỏ
v. bãi bỏ
adj. giọng gay gắt
n. sự gay gắt
abjure
v. từ bỏ
abrogate
v. bãi bỏ
50 terms
SAT
Aesthetic
Aloof
Archaic
Assuage
Relating to beauty
Apart
Old
To calm
Aesthetic
Relating to beauty
Aloof
Apart
37 terms
Sat
Jargon
Cliche
Trite
Prosaic
术语
陈词滥调
陈腐
乏味
Jargon
术语
Cliche
陈词滥调
16 terms
SAT
exuberance
fallacious
fastitious
fanaticism
overflowing abundance... joyful enthusiasm... I was bowled over by…
false, misleading... Your reasoning must be fallacious because…
fussy... Bobby was such a fastidious eater that he would eat a…
excessive zeal; extreme devotion to a belief or cause... The le…
exuberance
overflowing abundance... joyful enthusiasm... I was bowled over by…
fallacious
false, misleading... Your reasoning must be fallacious because…
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
405 terms
SAT
The Product Rule
The Quotient Rule
The Power Rule
Condensing Logarithmic Expressions
Let b, M, and N be positive real numbers with b 1.... The loga…
Let b, M, and N be positive real numbers with b 1.... The loga…
Let b and M be positive real numbers with b 1, and let p be a…
The Product Rule
Let b, M, and N be positive real numbers with b 1.... The loga…
The Quotient Rule
Let b, M, and N be positive real numbers with b 1.... The loga…
12 terms
sat
abdicate
affectation
arbitrary
beseech
to give up a position, right, or power
unnatural or artificial behavior, usually intended to impress
determined by chance or impulse
To beg
abdicate
to give up a position, right, or power
affectation
unnatural or artificial behavior, usually intended to impress
SAT
abdicate
affectation
arbitrary
beseech
To give up
exaggerated or deliberate mannerism
Random choice
to bed or to plead
abdicate
To give up
affectation
exaggerated or deliberate mannerism
SAT
abdicate
affectation
arbitrary
beseech
to give up a position, right, or power
unnatural or artificial behavior, usually intended to impress
determined by chance or impulse
To beg
abdicate
to give up a position, right, or power
affectation
unnatural or artificial behavior, usually intended to impress
SAT
impediment
prestigious
endure
conclude
obstruction, obstacle
having a high reputation
suffer patiently
bring sth to an end
impediment
obstruction, obstacle
prestigious
having a high reputation
SAT
Abdicate (v)
Affectation (n)
Arbitrary (adj)
Beseech (v)
To decline or reject a powerful position, such as kingship
An exaggerated or deliberate mannerism
Done or chosen without reason; random
To beg or plead
Abdicate (v)
To decline or reject a powerful position, such as kingship
Affectation (n)
An exaggerated or deliberate mannerism
62 terms
SAT
Haughty
Supercilious
Flaunt
Pretentious
Arrogant, excessively proud and vain
Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
show off; display in a showy manner
(adj.) done for show, striving to make a big impression; clai…
Haughty
Arrogant, excessively proud and vain
Supercilious
Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to o…
30 terms
SAT
abase
auricle
askance
litigant
To lower in position, estimation, or the like
One of the two chambers of the heart which receives the blood…
With a side or indirect glance or meaning
A party to a lawsuit.
abase
To lower in position, estimation, or the like
auricle
One of the two chambers of the heart which receives the blood…
13 terms
SAT
exposition
isolation
disposition
deposition
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exposition
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isolation
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SAT
feckless
quiescent
halcyon
onerous
useless, lacking skill
dormant, quiet
happy, perfect, idyllic
burdensome
feckless
useless, lacking skill
quiescent
dormant, quiet
1,016 terms
SAT
indigenous
subjective
paradox
anomalous
native, originating in a place
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction
irregular, unusual
indigenous
native, originating in a place
subjective
relating to the mind as the subject of experience
Sociable
Quarrelsome
A maze from which it's very hard to free
Inferior
Gregarious
Contentious
Labyrinth
Subordinate
Sociable
Gregarious
Quarrelsome
Contentious
14 terms
SAT
Allude
Consecrate
Disseminate
Dote
To refer to in a indirect way
To set apart as holy
To scatter or spread widely
Excessive fondness
Allude
To refer to in a indirect way
Consecrate
To set apart as holy
SAT
galvanize
implacable
inimitable
mutability
to simulate or excite as if by and eletric shock
incapable of being appeased
unable to be imitated
the degree to which something is subject and likely to change
galvanize
to simulate or excite as if by and eletric shock
implacable
incapable of being appeased
800 terms
SAT
feckless
quiescent
halcyon
onerous
useless, lacking skill
dormant, quiet
happy, perfect, idyllic
burdensome
feckless
useless, lacking skill
quiescent
dormant, quiet
29 terms
SAT
Then vs Than
Fare vs Fair
Cite vs SIte vs Sight
Typically the shortest answer...
then= time... than= compare
Fare= circus or bus ticket ... Fair= even
Cite= quote... site= place... sight= see
that displays the same info is correct
Then vs Than
then= time... than= compare
Fare vs Fair
Fare= circus or bus ticket ... Fair= even
14 terms
SAT
laconic
emaciated
puissant
malevolent
not saying much
very thin
mighty and strong
evil
laconic
not saying much
emaciated
very thin
20 terms
SAT
Candor
Petulance
Hinterland
Enigmatic
honest of expression
rudeness, peevishness
wilderness
puzzling, inexplicable
Candor
honest of expression
Petulance
rudeness, peevishness
SAT
Diction
Indifference
Vestigial
Amenities
Choice of words
Not caring
Small, useless
Things that a building comes with
Diction
Choice of words
Indifference
Not caring
25 terms
SAT
Paragon
Pariah
Pejorative
Pernicious
Model of excellence | perfection
Outcaast
uncomplimentary
Extremely destructive/harmful
Paragon
Model of excellence | perfection
Pariah
Outcaast
800 terms
SAT
feckless
quiescent
halcyon
onerous
useless, lacking skill
dormant, quiet
happy, perfect, idyllic
burdensome
feckless
useless, lacking skill
quiescent
dormant, quiet
20 terms
SAT
Cloister
Coalesce
Coerce
Complacent
secluded or isolated
unite; grow together
to force someone by threatening or physically overpowering him
self-satisfied
Cloister
secluded or isolated
Coalesce
unite; grow together
abstruse
marred
miserly
mitigate
Difficult to understand
damaged
stingy
to soften; to lessen
abstruse
Difficult to understand
marred
damaged
SAT
licentious... (NEG)
numismatist... (NEU)
paucity... (NEG)
fatalistic... (NEU)
morally unrestrained
A coin collector
a scarcity
believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
licentious... (NEG)
morally unrestrained
numismatist... (NEU)
A coin collector
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