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21 terms
English 10 Honors SAT Word Study #2
arrogate
belabor
congeal
emulate
to claim or take without right
to work on excessively; to thrash soundly
to change from liquid to solid, thicken; to make inflexible o…
to imitate with intent of equaling or surpassing the model
arrogate
to claim or take without right
belabor
to work on excessively; to thrash soundly
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English 10 Honors SAT Word Study #1
acquisitive
banal
carping
encomium
able to retain information
trite; commonplace
tending to find fault in a petty way
a formal expression of praise
acquisitive
able to retain information
banal
trite; commonplace
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English 10 Honors SAT Word Study #3
coherent
invidious
largesse
reconnaissance
holding or sticking together; making a logical whole; compreh…
offensive, hateful; tending to cause bitterness and resentment
generosity in giving; lavish or bountiful contributions
a survey made for military purposes; any kind of preliminary…
coherent
holding or sticking together; making a logical whole; compreh…
invidious
offensive, hateful; tending to cause bitterness and resentment
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English/ SAT study set
Allot
Ponderous
Inauspicious
Physiognomy
To assign a share or portion
slow and clumsy because of great weight. awkward
Not showing that future success is likely
A person's face
Allot
To assign a share or portion
Ponderous
slow and clumsy because of great weight. awkward
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English Study SAT 2
Iniquity
Abate
Demeanor
Sagacious
Something wicked or evil
To weaken or put an end to
A person's appearance or behavior
Wise, good decision maker
Iniquity
Something wicked or evil
Abate
To weaken or put an end to
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SAT English Study
Reticent
Tenacious
Abhor
Fortitude
Unwilling to talk
Persistent, stubborn
Strong dislike
Courage in pain or adversity
Reticent
Unwilling to talk
Tenacious
Persistent, stubborn
25 terms
English SAT Study
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To regard with disgust and hatred
Any award, honor, or praise
A person who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation
To hand down, to give or leave in a will.
Abhor
To regard with disgust and hatred
Accolade
Any award, honor, or praise
30 terms
English SAT vocab study
Alacrity
Bane
Cipher
Dubious
Cheerful readiness or willingness
Any cause of ruin or destruction, lasting harm or injury
Nothing, zero, or null
Doubtful, questionable, suspect
Alacrity
Cheerful readiness or willingness
Bane
Any cause of ruin or destruction, lasting harm or injury
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English SAT Study List
Abstract ... Adj
Abstruse... Adj
Acclaim ... V
Acquiesce... V
theoretical: not concrete
obscure, profound
applaud
agree without protesting
Abstract ... Adj
theoretical: not concrete
Abstruse... Adj
obscure, profound
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SAT English Study Words
Abandon
Abstract
Academy
Access
To give up completely; to desert; careless disregard for cons…
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
n. Any institution where the higher branches of learning are…
easy to approach... quality of being approachable... an attack, dis…
Abandon
To give up completely; to desert; careless disregard for cons…
Abstract
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
20 terms
English SAT Word Study
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade
(v.) to reduce, lessen
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership
(v.) to kidnap, take by force
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen
15 terms
english sat study set
Migratory
Evade
Efface
Asunder
roving,wandering,nomadic
to allude or avoid by cunning; to flee from a pursuer
to rub away
in separate parts; apart from each other in positions
Migratory
roving,wandering,nomadic
Evade
to allude or avoid by cunning; to flee from a pursuer
25 terms
SAT English vocab study
Negligible
nominal
noxious
obdurate
able to be neglected or disregardful; so small or insignifica…
in name only; realtivley very small
harmful to health or morals; injurious or unwholesome
hard hearted; stubborn; obstinate
Negligible
able to be neglected or disregardful; so small or insignifica…
nominal
in name only; realtivley very small
20 terms
Sat vocab study (English)
Alchemist
Buffeted
Countenance
Incensed
One who practices medieval chemistry or tries to change metal…
Struck repeatedly, battered
V. To condone or to give approval or n. Appearance the look o…
Made angry, enraged, infuriated
Alchemist
One who practices medieval chemistry or tries to change metal…
Buffeted
Struck repeatedly, battered
15 terms
English SAT study guide
Adroit
Adventitious
Badinage
Bilious
Expert or nimble in use of the hands or body, cleverly skillf…
Arising from an external source or occurring in an unusual pl…
Light, playful banter or teasing talk
Peevish; irritable; cranky
Adroit
Expert or nimble in use of the hands or body, cleverly skillf…
Adventitious
Arising from an external source or occurring in an unusual pl…
12 terms
English 2H SAT Vocab Study
Balk
Bilk
Boor
Dolt
to stop short and refuse to proceed.
to cheat out of something valuable.
a person known for rude or insincere behavior; someone who la…
a person known for stupidity.
Balk
to stop short and refuse to proceed.
Bilk
to cheat out of something valuable.
13 terms
Sat English vocab study terms
psych
reg, rect
sacr, secr
scribe, script
mind eg: psyche, psychology, psychosis, psychopath
rule eg: regicide, regime, regent, insurrection
holy eg: sacred, sacrilegious, sacrament, consecrate
write eg: scribe, describe, script
psych
mind eg: psyche, psychology, psychosis, psychopath
reg, rect
rule eg: regicide, regime, regent, insurrection
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sat english 2 study terms
cid, cis
civi
corp
dem
cut,kill... eg: incision, homicide, insecticide
citizen... eg: civilization, civilian, civil
body... eg: corporation, corporeal, corpse
people... eg; democracy, demographic,demagogue
cid, cis
cut,kill... eg: incision, homicide, insecticide
civi
citizen... eg: civilization, civilian, civil
Sat and English 1 study set
Internal Conflict
External conflict
Setting
Genre
A character has a conflict within himself
A character struggles with a person or force other than himself
The time or place of a story, these can have multiple settings
4 types fiction nonfiction drama a poetry
Internal Conflict
A character has a conflict within himself
External conflict
A character struggles with a person or force other than himself
20 terms
English 10 Honors SAT Word Study #4
atrophy
bastion
concord
exigency
n; the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressiv…
n; a fortified place, stronghold
n; a state of agreement, harmony, unanimity; a treaty, pact,…
n; urgency, pressure; urgent demand, pressing need; an emerge…
atrophy
n; the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progressiv…
bastion
n; a fortified place, stronghold
25 terms
SAT Prep English Study Guide
Ahbor
Bigot
Talisman
Placid
Hate
narrow minded
Charm
Calm
Ahbor
Hate
Bigot
narrow minded
34 terms
English Vocab SAT study guide
Adage
Churlish
Collaborate
Excerpt
A proverb, wise saying
lacking politeness or good manners, sensitivity, rude, and di…
to work with, work together
1. a passage taken from a book, article, etc....... 2. to quote
Adage
A proverb, wise saying
Churlish
lacking politeness or good manners, sensitivity, rude, and di…
10 terms
Honors English SAT Study List-Meu
Bombastic
Colloquial
Concise
digress
high sounding, adjective
involving or usining conversation-adjective
Expressing a lot in a few words- adjective
To wander away from the main point when writing or talking- v…
Bombastic
high sounding, adjective
Colloquial
involving or usining conversation-adjective
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Freshman English SAT words
Apathy
Austere
Digress
Facilitate
N. Lack of emotion or feeling
Adj. Strict self discipline
V. to wander from the subject temporarily
V. To make easy or easier
Apathy
N. Lack of emotion or feeling
Austere
Adj. Strict self discipline
51 terms
SAT - Study Skills
elusive (adj)
glutton (noun)
virulent (adj)
rancor (noun)
hard to grasp, capture, define or remember
Someone who eats and drinks too much
extremely poisonous; rapidly destructive
bitterness; hatred
elusive (adj)
hard to grasp, capture, define or remember
glutton (noun)
Someone who eats and drinks too much
82 terms
Tighe English Terms/SAT Study Practice
Mood
Pathetic fallacy
Autobiography
Biography
Story's atmosphere or the feeling of evokes
The endowment of nature or inanimate objects with human trait…
An account by a writer of his/her own life
An account of a person's life written or told by another person
Mood
Story's atmosphere or the feeling of evokes
Pathetic fallacy
The endowment of nature or inanimate objects with human trait…
128 terms
SAT English (Vocabulary)
abject (adj.)
aberration (n.)
abscond (v.)
accede (v.)
contemptible or hated kind
abnormal, opposite of norm
run away or escape
to yield another to agree
abject (adj.)
contemptible or hated kind
aberration (n.)
abnormal, opposite of norm
70 terms
SAT Study Words
hedonist
lobbyist
longevity
mundane
pleasure seeker
persuader of legislators
long life
ordinary
hedonist
pleasure seeker
lobbyist
persuader of legislators
15 terms
Bridgemont English III SAT Vocabulary (Current! Study this!)
Contumacious (Adjective)
Infer (Verb)
Inculcate (Verb)
Jocose (Adjective)
Stubbornly rebellious; disobedient.
To derive by reasoning; conclude from evidence.
To implant by repeated statement; teach persistently.
Given to joking, humorous.
Contumacious (Adjective)
Stubbornly rebellious; disobedient.
Infer (Verb)
To derive by reasoning; conclude from evidence.
English SAT Test Study Guide
ossify
pernicious
negligible
orthodox
(verb) to change into bone; to fix rigidly in a custom, etc.
(adjective) Tending to destroy, kill, or injure; destructive,…
(adj) Able to be neglected or disregarded; so small or insign…
(adj) adhering to what is commonly accepted; conforming or pe…
ossify
(verb) to change into bone; to fix rigidly in a custom, etc.
pernicious
(adjective) Tending to destroy, kill, or injure; destructive,…
15 terms
English sat study set 1-15
Aberration (n)
Belittle (v)
Cache (n)
Dearth (n)
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action. A me…
To make something of less important
A hiding place;something hidden in a hiding place
Shortage
Aberration (n)
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action. A me…
Belittle (v)
To make something of less important
123 terms
AP English SAT Study Part 2
A, ab
Ad
Ante
Circum
Away, from
To
Before
Around
A, ab
Away, from
Ad
To
English study SAT Vocab. 1-12
Exorbitant
Frugal
Dwindle
Austere
far beyond what is usual or proper; excessive
careful in spending, economical
Deviating from what is considered normal or accepted.
stern or severe in appearance, grim
Exorbitant
far beyond what is usual or proper; excessive
Frugal
careful in spending, economical
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English 1 Study Cards SAT Words #1
Undermine
Innovation
Conventional
Obscure
Erode the base or foundation of (a rock formation); weaken gr…
A new method, idea, product, etc.... (Noun) ... Example Sentence: T…
Conforming to established practice or accepted standards; tra…
Adjective.: not discovered or known about; not well known; no…
Undermine
Erode the base or foundation of (a rock formation); weaken gr…
Innovation
A new method, idea, product, etc.... (Noun) ... Example Sentence: T…
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English SAT Vocab Study Guide 1
Indifferent
Apathy
Obscure
Revere
Adj- Not caring one way or another; mediocre
Noun- lack of emotion or interest
Adj- Unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
Verb- To worship; to honor
Indifferent
Adj- Not caring one way or another; mediocre
Apathy
Noun- lack of emotion or interest
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English 10 Honors SAT Word Study #2
arrogate
belabor
congeal
emulate
to claim or take without right
to work on excessively; to thrash soundly
to change from liquid to solid, thicken; to make inflexible o…
to imitate with intent of equaling or surpassing the model
arrogate
to claim or take without right
belabor
to work on excessively; to thrash soundly
21 terms
English 10 Honors SAT Word Study #1
acquisitive
banal
carping
econonium
able to retain information
trite; commonplace
tending to find fault in a petty way
a formal expression of praise
acquisitive
able to retain information
banal
trite; commonplace
23 terms
AP English Language and Composition SAT VOCABULARY STUDY
abrogate
abstruse
admonish
adulate
to repeal; to abolish
hard to understand; esoteric; technical
to warn; to advise
to idolize; to worship
abrogate
to repeal; to abolish
abstruse
hard to understand; esoteric; technical
45 terms
AP English Language and Composition SAT VOCABULARY STUDY
assimilation
astringent
attenuate
bawdy
to absorb, to make similar
binding, constricting
to make or become fine, to diminish the value of
vulgar, lewd
assimilation
to absorb, to make similar
astringent
binding, constricting
16 terms
SAT Geometry Study Stuff
A = 1/2bh
A = bh
A = 1/2h(b+a)
p = 4s
Area of Triangle
Area of Parallelogram
Area of Trapezoid
Perimeter of Square
A = 1/2bh
Area of Triangle
A = bh
Area of Parallelogram
10 terms
English SAT Vocab Study Guide 2
Candid
Discernment
Distain
Abstract
Adj- Honest; Frank
Noun- insight; ability to see things clearly
Noun - a feeling of contempt
Adjective - theoretical; lacking substance, the opposite of c…
Candid
Adj- Honest; Frank
Discernment
Noun- insight; ability to see things clearly
23 terms
SAT Vocabulary Group 5 (English <=> English)
absolution (n.)
blatant (adj.)
blatantly (adv.)
blatancy (n.)
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious; (of bad behavior) done openly and unshamedly
The adverb of blatant
The noun of blatant
absolution (n.)
forgiveness; pardon; release
blatant (adj.)
obvious; (of bad behavior) done openly and unshamedly
10 terms
English SAT
alacrity
aesthetic
calumny
cogent
eagerness, speed
artistic, related to the appreciation of beauty
an attempt to soil someone else's reputation by spreading lies
intellectually convincing
alacrity
eagerness, speed
aesthetic
artistic, related to the appreciation of beauty
20 terms
CHS PAP ENGLISH 1 SAT VOCAB STUDY 11
adversity
antidote
benevolence
culpable
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
(n.) a cure for a disease or poison
(n.) Any act of kindness or well-doing.
(adj) deserving blame, worthy of condemnation
adversity
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
antidote
(n.) a cure for a disease or poison
20 terms
English Exam Study: SAT/ACT List 4
Affable
Aggrandize
Amorphous
Archetype
courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
to increase in greatness, power or wealth; to build up or to…
shapeless, without definite form; without organization or unity
an original model on which something was replicated or patter…
Affable
courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
Aggrandize
to increase in greatness, power or wealth; to build up or to…
20 terms
English Exam Study: SAT/ACT List 3
Abominate
Acculturation
Adventitious
Ascribe
to have intense dislike or hatred for
the modification of the social patterns, traits, or structure…
resulting from chance rather than from an inherent cause or c…
to assign or refer to (as a cause or source), attribute
Abominate
to have intense dislike or hatred for
Acculturation
the modification of the social patterns, traits, or structure…
40 terms
English Exam Study: SAT/ACT List 2
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
poise, assurance, great self-confidence
pompous or overblown in language; full of high-sounding words…
without experience, immature, not fully developed
Ameliorate
to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Aplomb
poise, assurance, great self-confidence
20 terms
English Exam Study: SAT/ACT List 1
Approbation
Assuage
Coalition
Decadence
the expression of approval or favorable opinion
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quite, calm; to put an…
a combination, union or merger for some specific purpose
decline, decay or deterioration; a condition or period of dec…
Approbation
the expression of approval or favorable opinion
Assuage
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quite, calm; to put an…
10 terms
English SAT Vocabulary Study Guide Week 6
Embellish
Dubious
Disparage
Wily
To make beautiful by ornamenting to decorate; v
Doubtful or unlikely authentic; adj
To speak of in a slighting way or negatively; to belittle; v
Cunning; adj
Embellish
To make beautiful by ornamenting to decorate; v
Dubious
Doubtful or unlikely authentic; adj
25 terms
English 9 study guide SAT vocab words
Accord
Annulment
Arduous
Astute
Agreement
Voiding
Very demanding
Perceptive
Accord
Agreement
Annulment
Voiding
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