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165 terms
Scholastic Aptitude Test Vocabulary
impresario
extortion
adverse
asset
a person who manage a performance. (a concert, a play, etc)
the crime of getting money by threading.
unfavorable, harmful, not good.
a valuable person or thing.
impresario
a person who manage a performance. (a concert, a play, etc)
extortion
the crime of getting money by threading.
179 terms
Scholastic Aptitude Test Vocabulary Chapter I
Doctrinaire
Sobriety
Nirvana
Mores
Inflexibly committed to a doctrine or theory without regard t…
the state of being sober; seriousness
a blissful, painless, worry-free states
customary moral standards
Doctrinaire
Inflexibly committed to a doctrine or theory without regard t…
Sobriety
the state of being sober; seriousness
SAT (Slug Aptitude Test)
The Six (academic divisions)
The Four
History of UCSC
Statistics of the University
1. What is your physical location? What is surrounding you?... 2…
1. What is your physical location or marker? What is surround…
-land was acquired by UC system in 1961 from Henry Cowell... -sc…
-ranked 7th in world by Times Higher Education among the 100…
The Six (academic divisions)
1. What is your physical location? What is surrounding you?... 2…
The Four
1. What is your physical location or marker? What is surround…
35 terms
Quizbowl SAT Spanish Aptitude Test
Donde se encuentra generalmente la ing…
Que es el Popul Vuh
Como se llama el instrumento que parec…
Que se usa para batir con el molinillo
Plaza
Es un texto religioso de mayaa
Charango
Chocolate Caliente
Donde se encuentra generalmente la ing…
Plaza
Que es el Popul Vuh
Es un texto religioso de mayaa
22 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT words
Accommodation
Acumen
Adverse
Advocate
A suitable adaptation or adjustment for convenience; An accep…
Keen insight
Opposed to one's interests; harmful
To be in favor or to support
Accommodation
A suitable adaptation or adjustment for convenience; An accep…
Acumen
Keen insight
89 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT WL
abnormal
absorb
accessible
accompany
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
to soak up or drink in
approachable
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion
abnormal
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
absorb
to soak up or drink in
10 terms
Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) Vocabulary
Abasement
Billowing
Cower
Enhance
To lower in rank, office, prestige, or esteem; abnegation.
A great wave or surge of water; inflating.
To shrink away or crouch esp. for shelter from something that…
To increase or improve in value, quality, desirability, or at…
Abasement
To lower in rank, office, prestige, or esteem; abnegation.
Billowing
A great wave or surge of water; inflating.
43 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT Word List
abnormal
absorb
accessible
accompany
not normal; deviating from standard
to soak up or drink in
aroachable
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion
abnormal
not normal; deviating from standard
absorb
to soak up or drink in
88 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT Word List
abnormal
absorb
accessible
accompany
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
to soak up or drink in (Feb/Mar. 2011
approachable (Sept. 2010
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion (Nov/Dec. 2…
abnormal
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
absorb
to soak up or drink in (Feb/Mar. 2011
89 terms
SAT/ACT Word List | Scholastic Choices
abnormal
absorb
accessible
accompany
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
to soak up or drink in
approachable
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion
abnormal
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
absorb
to soak up or drink in
9 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT Words (81- 89)
suspicious
taut
temporary
tolerance
inclined to doubt or mistrust (Sept. 2010)
not loose or flabby (Oct. 2010)
lasting for a short time only (Jan. 2011)
sympathy for or indulgence of beliefs or practices different…
suspicious
inclined to doubt or mistrust (Sept. 2010)
taut
not loose or flabby (Oct. 2010)
20 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT Words (1-20)
abnormal
absorb
accessible
accompany
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
to soak up or drink in (Feb/Mar. 2011)
approachable (Sept. 2010)
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion (Nov/Dec. 2…
abnormal
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
absorb
to soak up or drink in (Feb/Mar. 2011)
20 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT Words (21-40)
courteous
craving
culprit
delirious
having or showing good manners; polite (Feb/Mar. 2011)
an intense desire for something (Sept. 2010)
a guilty person (Nov/Dec. 2010)
being in a state of excitement (Oct. 2010)
courteous
having or showing good manners; polite (Feb/Mar. 2011)
craving
an intense desire for something (Sept. 2010)
20 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT Words (61-80)
passive
perspective
perturbed
pleasurable
tending not to participate actively (Sept. 2010)
the relative importance of facts or matters from any special…
greatly disturbed (Sept. 2010)
enjoyable (Sept. 2010)
passive
tending not to participate actively (Sept. 2010)
perspective
the relative importance of facts or matters from any special…
20 terms
Scholastic SAT/ACT Words (41-60)
excess
excruciating
formidable
happy-go-lucky
that which passes the ordinary, proper, or required limit, me…
causing mental or physical anguish; greatly irritating (Nov/D…
difficult to accomplish (Jan. 2011)
happily unworried or unconcerned (Feb/Mar. 2011)
excess
that which passes the ordinary, proper, or required limit, me…
excruciating
causing mental or physical anguish; greatly irritating (Nov/D…
89 terms
SAT/ACT Word List | Scholastic Choices
abnormal
absorb
accessible
accompany
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
to soak up or drink in
approachable
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion
abnormal
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
absorb
to soak up or drink in
89 terms
SAT/ACT Word List | Scholastic Choices
abnormal
absorb
accessible
accompany
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
to soak up or drink in
approachable
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion
abnormal
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
absorb
to soak up or drink in
89 terms
SAT/ACT vocabulary words from SCHOLASTIC Choices
abnormal
absorb
accessible
accompany
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
to soak up or drink in (Feb/Mar. 2011)
approachable (Sept. 2010)
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion (Nov/Dec. 2…
abnormal
not normal, average, standard, or usual; deviating from a sta…
absorb
to soak up or drink in (Feb/Mar. 2011)
48 terms
Common Error Words SAT Writing
accept
except
adapt
adopt
agree to take it
exclude it
make suitable for a particular purpose
to take as one's own
accept
agree to take it
except
exclude it
200 terms
New SAT Vocabulary PACK 5 (801-1000)
ferocious
anguish
preoccupation
quasi
violent, brutal, truculent
great suffering or distress
obsession or fixation
seemingly
ferocious
violent, brutal, truculent
anguish
great suffering or distress
200 terms
New SAT Vocabulary PACK 3 (401-600)
prowl
sprawl
vulnerable
exhilarated
rove or go about stealthily
spread out (often covering a wide area)
susceptible to being wounded or hurt
extremely excited; exuberant
prowl
rove or go about stealthily
sprawl
spread out (often covering a wide area)
200 terms
New SAT Vocabulary PACK 4 (601-800)
stark
accord
irreverently
condemn
blunt, utter
agreement
without respect; impiously
pronounce to be guilty
stark
blunt, utter
accord
agreement
200 terms
New SAT Vocabulary PACK 1 (1-200)
trepidation
solicitous
devoid
aesthetic
nervousness; fear
worried or concerned (about someone else)
without; empty
related to appearance and beauty
trepidation
nervousness; fear
solicitous
worried or concerned (about someone else)
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Unit 3
ambiance
amenable
amplify
antecedent
mood, feeling; general atmosphere
agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing to giv…
to make larger, louder, or more powerful
going before; preceding; an occurrence or event preceding ano…
ambiance
mood, feeling; general atmosphere
amenable
agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing to giv…
200 terms
New SAT Vocabulary Pack 2 (201-400)
commodity
facilitate
linger
snobby
something that is sold for money
make it easier or more likely to happen
hang around
impertinent, haughty
commodity
something that is sold for money
facilitate
make it easier or more likely to happen
498 terms
SAT
abate
aberration
abhor
abstruse
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
deviation, not normal
fill with horror and loathing; horrify; hate
obscure; profound; difficult to understand.
abate
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
aberration
deviation, not normal
136 terms
SAT FINAL REVIEW VOCABULARY
Magnanimous
Loquacious
Fickle
Clandestine
Generous; literally "Big Heart"
Talkative
shifting in character, inconstant
Secretive
Magnanimous
Generous; literally "Big Heart"
Loquacious
Talkative
10 terms
SAT 5
Aptitude
Chronic
Cower
Endure
Natural ability
Continuous
Get away
Put up with
Aptitude
Natural ability
Chronic
Continuous
60 terms
SAT Vocabulary Packet 6
scorn
flout
depredate
abase
disdain
disregard something out of disrespect
to prey upon; to plunder
to humiliate
scorn
disdain
flout
disregard something out of disrespect
50 terms
SAT Vocab Cartoons
artisan
ambiance
amenable
amplify
(n.) a worker skilled in a craft... Example: The Italian painte…
(n.) mood, feeling; general atmosphere... Example: For their da…
(adj.) agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing…
(v.) to make larger, louder, or more powerful... Example: Some…
artisan
(n.) a worker skilled in a craft... Example: The Italian painte…
ambiance
(n.) mood, feeling; general atmosphere... Example: For their da…
10 terms
SAT WORDS LESSON 2A
ambiance
amenable
antecedent
anterior
mood, feeling, general atmosphere
agreeable, responsible to authority
going before
situated in front of
ambiance
mood, feeling, general atmosphere
amenable
agreeable, responsible to authority
12 terms
SAT Set 12
Daunt
Rudimentary
Lucid
Docile
Discourage, dishearten, lessen the courage of
basic; not refined or well developed
Clear and easily understood
Easy to teach or manage; submissive
Daunt
Discourage, dishearten, lessen the courage of
Rudimentary
basic; not refined or well developed
20 terms
Voc. Stem 33A and SAT
do
voc
luc
ambul
down
voice
light
walk
do
down
voc
voice
20 terms
NorthWood 9B SAT Vocab 5, NorthWood 9B SAT Vocab 4
cower
gossamer
queue
chronic
cringe from fear; to shrink away
delicate floating cobwebs; a sheer gauzy fabric; something de…
to form or to wait in line
continuing for a long time; continuous
cower
cringe from fear; to shrink away
gossamer
delicate floating cobwebs; a sheer gauzy fabric; something de…
28 terms
Divergent SAT Vocabulary
Faction
Indulgent
Emerge
aptitude
a small organized dissenting group within a larger one, espec…
having or indicating a tendency to be overly generous of leni…
move out of or away from something and come into view... (appear…
a natural ability to do something... (skill, talent)
Faction
a small organized dissenting group within a larger one, espec…
Indulgent
having or indicating a tendency to be overly generous of leni…
10 terms
SAT List #12 Words, Definitions, and Examples
beset (v)
countenance (n)
cursory (adj.)
charisma (n)
to trouble persistently; harass
appearance of expression on a face
performed with haste and little attention to detail
a rare personality quality attributed to leaders who arouse d…
beset (v)
to trouble persistently; harass
countenance (n)
appearance of expression on a face
32 terms
SAT Vocabulary Final Practice
ubiquitous
fickleness
empiricism
eschewing
omnipresent
constantly changing loyalty or allegiance
knowledge only comes from sensory experiences
deliberately avoiding something
ubiquitous
omnipresent
fickleness
constantly changing loyalty or allegiance
10 terms
Vocabulary SAT Word Power 21-30
Ambiance
Amenable
Amplify
Antecedent
mood; feeling; general atmosphere
agreeable, responsible for authority, pleasant, willing to gi…
to make larger, louder, or more powerful
going before; preceding; an occurrence or event preceding ano…
Ambiance
mood; feeling; general atmosphere
Amenable
agreeable, responsible for authority, pleasant, willing to gi…
50 terms
SAT Vocab Cartoons Cawley-Brinker Lesson 1
artisan
ambiance
amenable
amplify
(n.) a worker skilled in a craft... Example: The Italian painte…
(n.) mood, feeling; general atmosphere... Example: For their da…
(adj.) agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing…
(v.) to make larger, louder, or more powerful... Example: Some…
artisan
(n.) a worker skilled in a craft... Example: The Italian painte…
ambiance
(n.) mood, feeling; general atmosphere... Example: For their da…
73 terms
SAT Set 7-12
Daunt
Rudimentary
Lucid
Docile
Discourage, dishearten, lessen the courage of
basic; not refined or well developed
Clear and easily understood
Easy to teach or manage; submissive
Daunt
Discourage, dishearten, lessen the courage of
Rudimentary
basic; not refined or well developed
201 terms
100 SAT Words week 1
Abase
Aberration
Abhor
Abject
cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
find repugnant
most unfortunate or miserable
Abase
cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
Aberration
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
8 terms
SAT 9th week 8
quibble
reticent
rectify
reminisce
argue over petty things
reserved
to make right, correct
to remember
quibble
argue over petty things
reticent
reserved
290 terms
Vocabulary Cartoons SAT Word Power
abominate
abhor
abridge
abstruse
to dislike strongly... David ___________ vegetables, he doesn't…
to hate very much,... It is a fact that most people _____ the th…
to shorten... An ________ dictionary is one that has been shorte…
hard to understand... Chemistry is an ________ subject of study…
abominate
to dislike strongly... David ___________ vegetables, he doesn't…
abhor
to hate very much,... It is a fact that most people _____ the th…
10 terms
SAT 21-30
Ambiance
Amenable
Amplify
Antecedent
Mood, feeling; general atmosphere
Agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing to giv…
To make larger, louder, or more powerful
Going before; preceding
Ambiance
Mood, feeling; general atmosphere
Amenable
Agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing to giv…
10 terms
NorthWood 9B SAT Vocab 5
cower
gossamer
queue
chronic
cringe from fear; to shrink away
delicate floating cobwebs; a sheer gauzy fabric; something de…
to form or to wait in line
continuing for a long time; continuous
cower
cringe from fear; to shrink away
gossamer
delicate floating cobwebs; a sheer gauzy fabric; something de…
10 terms
SAT WORDS LESSON 3
Ambiance
amenable
antecedent
anterior
mood, feeling, general atmosphere
agreeable, responsible to authority
going before
situated in front of
Ambiance
mood, feeling, general atmosphere
amenable
agreeable, responsible to authority
12 terms
SAT Set 12
Daunt
Rudimentary
Lucid
Docile
Discourage, dishearten, lessen the courage of
basic; not refined or well developed
Clear and easily understood
Easy to teach or manage; submissive
Daunt
Discourage, dishearten, lessen the courage of
Rudimentary
basic; not refined or well developed
498 terms
SAT
abate
aberration
abhor
abstruse
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
deviation, not normal
fill with horror and loathing; horrify; hate
obscure; profound; difficult to understand.
abate
subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
aberration
deviation, not normal
250 terms
SparkNotes' 250 Most Difficult SAT Words
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
(v.) to reject, renounce
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority
(adj.) biting, bitter in tone or taste
(n.) bitterness, discord
abjure
(v.) to reject, renounce
abrogate
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 5
laconic
harrowing
aptitude
endure
brief, using few words
extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
capacity for learning; natural ability
to carry on through despite hardships; to put up with
laconic
brief, using few words
harrowing
extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
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