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35 terms
SAT
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SAT
Ascetic
Innocuous
Banal
Ameliorate
No induldgence or luxuries
Harmless or insignificant
Commonplace, ordinary, prosaic
To improve
Ascetic
No induldgence or luxuries
Innocuous
Harmless or insignificant
sat
sat
girl
flat
state
A work that targets human vices and follies or social institu…
girl
Plat
An area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
sat
A work that targets human vices and follies or social institu…
girl
girl
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
29 terms
sat vocabulary
clandestine
ethereal
expunge
buffoon
Kept or done in secre
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 secre
ethereal
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
SAT
integer
prime numbers
Of 0, 1 & 2, which are prime?
percent
numbers without fractional or decimal parts (positive, negati…
a number which can only be divided by itself and 1
2
divide by 100 ( /100)
integer
numbers without fractional or decimal parts (positive, negati…
prime numbers
a number which can only be divided by itself and 1
800 terms
SAT
feckless
quiescent
halcyon
onerous
useless, lacking skill
dormant, quiet
happy, perfect, idyllic
burdensome
feckless
useless, lacking skill
quiescent
dormant, quiet
SAT
contingency
convoluted
drastic
mangle
(n) : possibility
(adj) complicated, twisted,... opposite to straight-forward
(adj) extreme in a way that has a sudden, serious effect
(v) : ruin, crush
contingency
(n) : possibility
convoluted
(adj) complicated, twisted,... opposite to straight-forward
12 terms
SAT
Persist
Pursue
Tolerate
Crystalline
To continue to occur or exist beyond the usual, expected, or…
To follow and try to catch or capture; to try to get or do( s…
to allow something to be or to be done without making a move…
made of crystal or composed of crystals
Persist
To continue to occur or exist beyond the usual, expected, or…
Pursue
To follow and try to catch or capture; to try to get or do( s…
Sat
Bombastic
Circumiocution
Colloquial
Diffuse
(adj.) excessively confident, pompous (The singer's bombastic…
beating round the bush... The circumiocution about after school…
(adj.) characteristic of ordinary conversation, rather than f…
V. TO SPREAD OUT, ADJ. WORDY; RAMBLING; SPREAD OUT... My scienc…
Bombastic
(adj.) excessively confident, pompous (The singer's bombastic…
Circumiocution
beating round the bush... The circumiocution about after school…
10 terms
SAT
encompass
abrogate
Voracious
Ambivalent
include
abolish
Mixed feelings
encompass
include
abrogate
abolish
Abrasive
Acclaim
Accommodate
Accumulation
capable of polishing or cleaning a hard surface
praise
To make fit or adjust to
an increase in amount over a period of time
Abrasive
capable of polishing or cleaning a hard surface
Acclaim
praise
SAT Vocabulary
Abandon
abundant
access
accommodate
Abandon
abundant
Ambivalent
Anomaly
Sarcastic, Sardonic, Snide
Dearth, Paucity
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
Deviation from the norm or what is expected
Mocking, Taunting, Stinging, Derisive
Scarcity, Shortage of
Ambivalent
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
Anomaly
Deviation from the norm or what is expected
SAT
acme
ajar
avid
bane
High point
Slightly open
passionate
a cause for ruin
acme
High point
ajar
Slightly open
518 terms
SAT WORDS
inimical
culpable
timorous
verbose
to be harmful to something
blame-worthy, culprit
nervous, fearful, shy, unsure
too wordy, voluble, talkative
inimical
to be harmful to something
culpable
blame-worthy, culprit
SAT Vocabulary
Abandon
abundant
access
accommodate
Abandon
abundant
123 terms
SAT Vocabulary
dismiss
lament
coherent
resignation
v., order or allow to leave
v., to mourn... n., an expression of grief
adj., logical or consistent (when describing an argument)... adj…
n., acceptance of something undesirable but inevitable
dismiss
v., order or allow to leave
lament
v., to mourn... n., an expression of grief
16 terms
SAT #2
alienate
alienation
daunted
beguile
to make others unfriendly to you... verb... causa le separean de pe…
a feeling of isolation... feeling alone... I felt of sense of _____…
discouraged, intimidated, ... feeling like you want to give up... c…
to deceive, to mislead, to persuade with charm... verb... para enga…
alienate
to make others unfriendly to you... verb... causa le separean de pe…
alienation
a feeling of isolation... feeling alone... I felt of sense of _____…
23 terms
SAT
indistinct
affectionate
shadow
indulgent
not clear adj. 模糊的,不清楚的
深情的
阴影... 影子
放纵... a.纵容的,任性的,放纵的
indistinct
not clear adj. 模糊的,不清楚的
affectionate
深情的
10 terms
SAT Words
Adulation
Adversity
Benevolent
Divergent
High praise
Difficulties, a negative turn of events
Kind, friendly
Separating, moving in opposite directions
Adulation
High praise
Adversity
Difficulties, a negative turn of events
Sat
Lingu
Mot
Nav
Und
Tongue
Move
Ship
Wave
Lingu
Tongue
Mot
Move
17 terms
SAT Vocabulary
anecdote
temperate
innovative
impugn
a short, amusing story
moderate, not extreme
ahead of the times, like nothing ever seen
to challenge as false
anecdote
a short, amusing story
temperate
moderate, not extreme
30 terms
SAT
drench (v)
commune (v)
concrete (a)
integrity (n)
soaked
Gần gũi, thân thiết
Cụ thể
Tính nguyên vẹn
drench (v)
soaked
commune (v)
Gần gũi, thân thiết
SAT
feckless
quiescent
halcyon
onerous
useless, lacking skill
dormant, quiet
happy, perfect, idyllic
burdensome
feckless
useless, lacking skill
quiescent
dormant, quiet
SAT
Incendairy
Winnow
Patriarch
Ablution
Involving burning
Remove undesirable parts
Male leader
Bath
Incendairy
Involving burning
Winnow
Remove undesirable parts
10 terms
Sat
ematciated
exacerbate
glut
harangue
withered,very weak, haggard, undernourished
to worsen
oversupply, an excessive amount
a long and vehement speech for public, speaking loudly
ematciated
withered,very weak, haggard, undernourished
exacerbate
to worsen
339 terms
SAT
approach
receptive
shutter
veranda
get closer to something or someone
accept or consider somthing
wooden or metal covers fitted on the outside of windows
roofed platform along the outside of a house
approach
get closer to something or someone
receptive
accept or consider somthing
10 terms
SAT Words
Earnestly
veranda
scuttling
brazier
sincerely
Porch
moving quickly
An open pan or basin for holding live coals.
Earnestly
sincerely
veranda
Porch
12 terms
Sat
noun
verb
adjective
Adverb
Person, place, or thing.... An/A/The
ing ... ed ... es/s
Describes a noun
Ending in ly... Describes a verb.
noun
Person, place, or thing.... An/A/The
verb
ing ... ed ... es/s
36 terms
SAT
Area of a Circle
Circumference of a Circle
Area of a Rectangle
Area of a Triangle
π * Radius² (πr²)
2π * Radius (2πr)
Length * Width (lw)
⅟₂ Base * Height (⅟₂bh)
Area of a Circle
π * Radius² (πr²)
Circumference of a Circle
2π * Radius (2πr)
90 terms
SAT
clergy
perceive
interrelated
incentive
priest
become aware of
related
a thing that motivates or encourage someone
clergy
priest
perceive
become aware of
127 terms
sat
aberration
abstinence
abstract
acclaim
偏差,差错; 脱离常规,越轨; [医]心理失常,精神迷乱; [法]过失;
节制; 节欲; 戒酒;
抽象的,理论上的; 难解的; 抽象派的; 茫然的;
称赞; 赞扬; 向...欢呼; 向...喝彩;
aberration
偏差,差错; 脱离常规,越轨; [医]心理失常,精神迷乱; [法]过失;
abstinence
节制; 节欲; 戒酒;
29 terms
sat vocabulary
clandestine
ethereal
expunge
buffoon
Kept or done in secre
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 secre
ethereal
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
426 terms
SAT WORDS
culpable
verbose
trenchant
remunerative
meriting condemnation or blame especially as wrong or harmful
containing more words than necessary : wordy <a verbose reply…
keen, sharp
serving to remunerate
culpable
meriting condemnation or blame especially as wrong or harmful
verbose
containing more words than necessary : wordy <a verbose reply…
17 terms
SAT Vocabulary
anecdote
temperate
innovative
impugn
a short, amusing story
moderate, not extreme
ahead of the times, like nothing ever seen
to challenge as false
anecdote
a short, amusing story
temperate
moderate, not extreme
Sat Vocab
Placid... adj.
Sadistic... adj.
Demur... v.
SuperFluous... adj.
Someone who is not easily upset or excited, even tempered... S-t…
Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain, suffering or humiliat…
To raise doubts or objections or show reluctance or hesitatio…
Unnecessary by being more than enough... S- excessive A- necessa…
Placid... adj.
Someone who is not easily upset or excited, even tempered... S-t…
Sadistic... adj.
Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain, suffering or humiliat…
SAT Words
cryptic
apprehensive
apathetic
autonomy
(adj.) puzzling, mystifying, or enigmatic
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
Feeling or showing little emotion
(n.) self-government, political control
cryptic
(adj.) puzzling, mystifying, or enigmatic
apprehensive
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
24 terms
SAT Prep
Abstract Ex: Your abstract art is beau…
Acclaim Ex: The acclaim at the concert…
Acquiescence Ex: The acquiescence of a…
Acute Ex: I got a an acute sickness ov…
thought of apart from concrete realities
To welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy
Agreement without protest
A condition with a rapid onset with a short course.
Abstract Ex: Your abstract art is beau…
thought of apart from concrete realities
Acclaim Ex: The acclaim at the concert…
To welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy
10 terms
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.
SAT Vocab
Defray (v.)
Hew (v.)
Incessant (adj.)
Posthumous (adj.)
to pay for
to shape or cut down; to hold to
never stopping; going all the time
occurring; published after death
Defray (v.)
to pay for
Hew (v.)
to shape or cut down; to hold to
SAT Words
Proliferate (verb)
Divisive (adj.)
Mercurial (adj.)
Cantankerous (adj.)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
Unpredictably changeable.
Bad-tempered; perverse; contentious; ugly.
Proliferate (verb)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Divisive (adj.)
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
21 terms
SAT Words
Abate
Abdicate
Aberation
Abhor
Reduce or lessen
Give up an unimportant position
Different from the normal
Really hate
Abate
Reduce or lessen
Abdicate
Give up an unimportant position
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
11 terms
SATS
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake ; false
give voting rules
Abhor
hate
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
50 terms
SAT Words
Proliferate (verb)
Divisive (adj.)
Mercurial (adj.)
Cantankerous (adj.)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
Unpredictably changeable.
Bad-tempered; perverse; contentious; ugly.
Proliferate (verb)
To rapidly produce or reproduce (as in cells).
Divisive (adj.)
Creating, or tending to create, separation, or difference.
17 terms
SAT reading
stipulation
gesticulation
illustrate
beaver
(n) a demand or condition of an agreement
(n) lively or excited gesture
(v) to explain or make clear using examples, charts, or graphs
(n) a kind of large semiaquatic rodent
stipulation
(n) a demand or condition of an agreement
gesticulation
(n) lively or excited gesture
280 terms
SAT Vocab
Distort
keenest
folly
nostalgia
Change the meaning of something
showing eagerness or enthusiasm
foolishness
longing for the past
Distort
Change the meaning of something
keenest
showing eagerness or enthusiasm
155 terms
SAT Vocab
cantankerous
Gargantuan
tractable
precipitate
Contrary; disagreeable; quarrelsome, negative
Huge or very powerful
Easily managed or controlled, bendable, malleable
to throw violently or bring about abruptly; lacking deliberat…
cantankerous
Contrary; disagreeable; quarrelsome, negative
Gargantuan
Huge or very powerful
275 terms
Sat Words
Spurious
Static
STringent
Tumult
false reasoning
lacking, movement, action or change
of regulations strict
a loud confused noise caused by a large mass of people
Spurious
false reasoning
Static
lacking, movement, action or change
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