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10 terms
SAT Smart 1-10
abstemious
accord
acumen
adamant
self-disciplined, moderate
agreement, concurrence
shrewdness, insight, good judgement
stubborn, inflexible, obstinate
abstemious
self-disciplined, moderate
accord
agreement, concurrence
30 terms
SAT Word Smart day 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberation
to make ashamed
to reduce
to step down from a position
something that is abnormal
abash
to make ashamed
abate
to reduce
61 terms
WORD SMART SAT #1
Indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
어느 한쪽도 관심 갖지 않는, 중립의
감정이나 관심의 결여
분명치 않는, 흐릿한
편파적이지 않은, 중립의
Indifferent
어느 한쪽도 관심 갖지 않는, 중립의
apathy
감정이나 관심의 결여
word smart. SAT1
provocative
advocate
arrogant
contempt
exciting; attracting attention
to speak in favor of; to support
feeling superior to others; snooty
reproachful disdain
provocative
exciting; attracting attention
advocate
to speak in favor of; to support
245 terms
WS WordSmart 1 SAT
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not caring one way or the other; mediocre; lacking a preferen…
lack of emotion or interest
unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
unbiased; neutral
indifferent
not caring one way or the other; mediocre; lacking a preferen…
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
174 terms
SmartPrep SAT Vocabulary List 1
Aberration
Abstruse
Acrid
Acumen
Being deranged, deviate from moral standard
Hard to understand
Caustic, biting
Keenness and depth of perception
Aberration
Being deranged, deviate from moral standard
Abstruse
Hard to understand
22 terms
SAT-Word Smart Quiz1-2
ABASH
ABATE
ABDICATE
ABERRATION
To make ashamed; to embarrass
To subside; to reduce
To step down from a position of power or responsibility
Something not typical; a deviation from the standard
ABASH
To make ashamed; to embarrass
ABATE
To subside; to reduce
SAT Word Smart 1 Book
abet
umbrage
turpitude
truculent
to help in something bad like a robbery.
offense
height of moral coruption
cruelly belligerent
abet
to help in something bad like a robbery.
umbrage
offense
SAT Word Smart 1 review
amnesty
apocryphal
apotheosis
assimilate
n an official pardon for a group of people who have violated…
n of dubious authenticity; fictitious; spurious
n elevation to divine status; the perfect example of something
v to take in; to absorb; to learn thoroughly
amnesty
n an official pardon for a group of people who have violated…
apocryphal
n of dubious authenticity; fictitious; spurious
160 terms
SAT-Word Smart: List 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass
v. to subside; to reduce
v. to step down from a position of power or responsibility
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard
abash
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass
abate
v. to subside; to reduce
100 terms
SAT Word Smart 1 (1-100)
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
To make ashamed; to embarrass
To subside; to reduce
To step down from a position of power or responsibility
Something not typical; a deviation from the standard
abash
To make ashamed; to embarrass
abate
To subside; to reduce
18 terms
Word Smart-SAT Hits 1
contempt
digress
denounce
esoteric
轻视
离题
告发
难懂的
contempt
轻视
digress
离题
88 terms
SAT Word Smart 1-100
mellifluous
inalienable
armament
obscure
sweetly flowing
sacred; incapable of being transferred, lost, or taken away
implement of war; the process of arming for war
unknown; hard to understand; dark
mellifluous
sweetly flowing
inalienable
sacred; incapable of being transferred, lost, or taken away
30 terms
SAT word smart s2 e1
pilgrimage
placebo
platonic
plausible
religious or spiritual journey
a fake medication
purely spiritual
believable
pilgrimage
religious or spiritual journey
placebo
a fake medication
48 terms
SAT: Day 1 Word Smart 1
autonomous
avarice
avow
avuncular
acting independently (자율의)
greed; excessive love of riches (탐욕)
to claim; to declare boldly; to admit (주장하다)
like an uncle, especially a nice uncle (삼촌같은)
autonomous
acting independently (자율의)
avarice
greed; excessive love of riches (탐욕)
10 terms
SAT Word Smart I, Week 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
v. to step down from a position of power or responsibility (u…
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard (an a…
abash
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
abate
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
52 terms
SAT Words from Word Smart Part 1
Abase
Abet
Abeyance
abjure
v. to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem; to humiliate; to hu…
v. to support or encourage someone, especially someone who ha…
n. suspension; temporary cessation
v. to repudiate; to take back; to refrain from
Abase
v. to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem; to humiliate; to hu…
Abet
v. to support or encourage someone, especially someone who ha…
10 terms
SAT Smart
abstemious
accord
acumen
adamant
self disciplined, moderate
agreement
insight, good judgement
stubborn,inflexible
abstemious
self disciplined, moderate
accord
agreement
52 terms
SAT Words from Word Smart II Part 1
Abase
Abet
Abeyance
abjure
v. to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem; to humiliate; to hu…
v. to support or encourage someone, especially someone who ha…
n. suspension; temporary cessation
v. to repudiate; to take back; to refrain from
Abase
v. to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem; to humiliate; to hu…
Abet
v. to support or encourage someone, especially someone who ha…
45 terms
SAT Words from Word Smart I Part 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
v. to step down from a position of power or responsibility (u…
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard (an a…
abash
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
abate
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
20 terms
Word Smart SAT words Part 1
Provocative
Advocate
Arrogant
Contempt
Exciting, attracting attention
To speak in favor of, to support
Feeling superior to others, snooty
Reproachful disdain
Provocative
Exciting, attracting attention
Advocate
To speak in favor of, to support
SAT co hoa buoi 1 word smart
Aberration
Abhor
Abject
Abortive
a fact, an action or a way ofbehaving that is not usual,and t…
Detest, loathe
Bleak, despondent
Unsuccessful, failed
Aberration
a fact, an action or a way ofbehaving that is not usual,and t…
Abhor
Detest, loathe
31 terms
SAT Words from Word Smart 1 Part 9
Fabrication
Facetious
Facile
Faction
a lie; something made up
humorous; not serious
fluent; skillful in superficial way; easy
a group, usually part of a larger organization
Fabrication
a lie; something made up
Facetious
humorous; not serious
29 terms
SAT Words From Word Smart 1 Part 12
Infer
Infinitesimal
Ingenuous
Inherent
to conclude; to deduce
very small; indefinitely small
frank; without deception; simple
part of the essential nature of something; intrinsic
Infer
to conclude; to deduce
Infinitesimal
very small; indefinitely small
SAT Words from Word Smart I Part 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
v. to step down from a position of power or responsibility (u…
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard (an a…
abash
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
abate
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
25 terms
Word Smart: SAT Hit Parade Part 1
provocative (adj.)
advocate (n. or v.)
arrogant (adj.)
contempt (n.)
exciting; attracting attention
to speak in favor of; to support
feeling superior to others; snooty
the feeling that something is worthless
provocative (adj.)
exciting; attracting attention
advocate (n. or v.)
to speak in favor of; to support
83 terms
SAT Word Smart PQR
pacify
placate
pacifist
painstaking
(v.)to clam someone down
(v.) to clam someone down
(n.) someone who does not believe in war
(adj.) extremely careful; taking pains
pacify
(v.)to clam someone down
placate
(v.) to clam someone down
19 terms
SAT Words from Word Smart I Part 1
abstinent
acerbic
acumen
address
adj. voluntarily not doing something; especially something pl…
adj. sour; severe; like acid in temper, mood, or tone (synony…
n. keenness of judgment; mental sharpness
v. to speak to; to direct one's attention to (to address a co…
abstinent
adj. voluntarily not doing something; especially something pl…
acerbic
adj. sour; severe; like acid in temper, mood, or tone (synony…
63 terms
WORD SMART SAT - I
Iconoclast
Ideology
Idiosyncrasy
Idyllic
one who attacks popular beliefs or institutions
a system of social or political ideas
a peculiarity; an eccentricity
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful
Iconoclast
one who attacks popular beliefs or institutions
Ideology
a system of social or political ideas
46 terms
Princeton Ward Smart Gre/Sat Prep 1
ambivalent
fecund
diatribe
parsimony [pahr-suh-moh-nee]
---- means having mixed feelings about someone or something;…
fertile;productive or creative intellectually... The -------- mo…
a bitter, sharply abusive denunciation, attack, or criticism…
noun... 1.... extreme or excessive economy or frugality; stinginess…
ambivalent
---- means having mixed feelings about someone or something;…
fecund
fertile;productive or creative intellectually... The -------- mo…
20 terms
SAT Words Set 1 (Word Smart)
apathy
impartial
objective
revere
lack of emtion
unbiased
without bias
to worship
apathy
lack of emtion
impartial
unbiased
30 terms
SAT word smart
privation
proclaim
procure
progeny
lack of comforts or necessities
to announce
to obtain or acquire by special means
offspring
privation
lack of comforts or necessities
proclaim
to announce
Word Smart: SAT vocabulary
Abate
Abdicate
Aberration
Abhor
V. To subside; to reduce
V. To step down from a position of power or responsibility
N. Something not typical; a deviation from the standard
V. To hate very much; to detest
Abate
V. To subside; to reduce
Abdicate
V. To step down from a position of power or responsibility
1,703 terms
Word Smart and Word Smart II SAT vocabulary
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
cause to be embarrassed (e.g. "He was abashed after his date…
become less in amount or intensity (e.g. "The force of the hu…
give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or dutie…
a state or condition markedly different from the norm (e.g. "…
abash
cause to be embarrassed (e.g. "He was abashed after his date…
abate
become less in amount or intensity (e.g. "The force of the hu…
45 terms
SAT Words from Word Smart I Part 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
v. to step down from a position of power or responsibility (u…
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard (an a…
abash
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
abate
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
[Word Smart Part C] The SAT Hit Parade (1/4)
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not interested in or concerned about something; neutral;neith…
lack of emotion or interest; the feeling of not having much e…
unclear ; clouded ; partially hidden ; hard to understand;not…
unbiased ; neutral.... an impartial evaluation of the job applic…
indifferent
not interested in or concerned about something; neutral;neith…
apathy
lack of emotion or interest; the feeling of not having much e…
11 terms
Vocabulary for the SAT from Word Smart I (Words 1 - 11)
ABASH (uh BASH)
ABATE (uh BAYT)
ABDICATE (AB duh kayt)
ABERRATION (ab uh RAY shun)
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass; to do something without sha…
v. to subside; to reduce... Example 1: George spilled a cup of h…
v. to step down from a position of power or responsibility... Ex…
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard; an a…
ABASH (uh BASH)
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass; to do something without sha…
ABATE (uh BAYT)
v. to subside; to reduce... Example 1: George spilled a cup of h…
60 terms
SAT Word Smart 5
epigram
epitome
equanimity
equitable
a brief and usually witty or satirical saying
a brief summary that captures the meaning of the whole; the p…
composure; calm
fair
epigram
a brief and usually witty or satirical saying
epitome
a brief summary that captures the meaning of the whole; the p…
34 terms
SAT Word Smart #5
extraneous
inadvertent
exhaustive
incongruous
unnecessary
careless, without intention
thorough
not harmonious, not consistent
extraneous
unnecessary
inadvertent
careless, without intention
45 terms
SAT Words from Word Smart I Part 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
v. to step down from a position of power or responsibility (u…
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard (an a…
abash
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
abate
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
32 terms
SAT Word Smart #3
conspicuous
ascetic
dogmatic
condone
obvious
hermitlike, practicing self-denial
arrogantly assertive of unproven ideas
to permit to happen
conspicuous
obvious
ascetic
hermitlike, practicing self-denial
35 terms
SAT Word Smart #4
incoherent
repress
solicit
reproach
jumbled, impossible to understand
to hold down
to ask for
to scold
incoherent
jumbled, impossible to understand
repress
to hold down
SAT Words from Word Smart I Part 1
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
v. to step down from a position of power or responsibility (u…
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard (an a…
abash
v. to make ashamed; to embarrass (to do something without sha…
abate
v. to become weaker : to decrease in strength (n. abatement)
297 terms
SAT Smart Vocab
abstemious
accord
acumen
adamant
self-disciplined, moderate
agreement, concurrence
shrewdness, insight, good judgement
stubborn, inflexible, obstinate
abstemious
self-disciplined, moderate
accord
agreement, concurrence
115 terms
SAT CR - Word Smart List 1 Part 2
ABSOLVE
ABSTINENT
ABSTRACT
ABSTRUSE
to forgive or free from blame; to free from sin; to free from…
abstaining; voluntarily not doing something, especially somet…
theoretical; impersonal
hard to understand
ABSOLVE
to forgive or free from blame; to free from sin; to free from…
ABSTINENT
abstaining; voluntarily not doing something, especially somet…
1,703 terms
Word Smart and Word Smart II SAT vocabulary
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
cause to be embarrassed (e.g. "He was abashed after his date…
become less in amount or intensity (e.g. "The force of the hu…
give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or dutie…
a state or condition markedly different from the norm (e.g. "…
abash
cause to be embarrassed (e.g. "He was abashed after his date…
abate
become less in amount or intensity (e.g. "The force of the hu…
52 terms
SAT Words from Word Smart II Part 1
abase
abet
abeyance
abjure
v. to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem; to humiliate; to hu…
v. to support or encourage someone, especially someone who ha…
n. suspension; temporary cessation
v. to repudiate; to take back; to refrain from
abase
v. to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem; to humiliate; to hu…
abet
v. to support or encourage someone, especially someone who ha…
1,703 terms
Word Smart and Word Smart II SAT vocabulary
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
cause to be embarrassed ... 당황하게 하다, 무안하게 하다... (e.g. "He was abash…
become less in amount or intensity (e.g. "The force of the hu…
give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or dutie…
a state or condition markedly different from the norm (e.g. "…
abash
cause to be embarrassed ... 당황하게 하다, 무안하게 하다... (e.g. "He was abash…
abate
become less in amount or intensity (e.g. "The force of the hu…
word smart SAT 2
reproach
condescend
orthodox
indolence
to scold 야단치다,꾸짖다
to stoop to someone else's level, usually in an offensive way…
conventional; adhering to established principles or doctrines…
laziness
reproach
to scold 야단치다,꾸짖다
condescend
to stoop to someone else's level, usually in an offensive way…
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