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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 3
desiccated
diaphanous
diffident
discursive
(adj.) dried up, dehydrated
(adj.) light, airy, transparent
(adj.) shy, quiet, modest
(adj.) rambling, lacking order
desiccated
(adj.) dried up, dehydrated
diaphanous
(adj.) light, airy, transparent
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SAT Difficult Vocabulary
Bigot
Remuneration
Noxious
Abrasive
Narrow-minded person
Payment for work done
Poisonous
Coarse
Bigot
Narrow-minded person
Remuneration
Payment for work done
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Difficult SAT Vocabulary
arbitrate
censure
compacent
conducive
settle a disagreement (through considering all facts and opin…
severe criticism
(falsely) confident and relaxed
a situation that helps something happen
arbitrate
settle a disagreement (through considering all facts and opin…
censure
severe criticism
SAT Difficult Vocabulary Terms- Word List 3
altruistic
amalgamate
ambiguous
ambivanlence
unselfishly generous; concerned for others
combine; unite in one body
unclear or doubtful in meaning
the state of having contradictory of conflicting emotional at…
altruistic
unselfishly generous; concerned for others
amalgamate
combine; unite in one body
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SAT List 3 Difficult Words
antiquated
antiseptic
ape
aphorism
adj. old-fashioned
n. 防腐剂
v. to imitate
n. 格言,警句
antiquated
adj. old-fashioned
antiseptic
n. 防腐剂
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Difficult SAT list Vocabulary
trepidation
torpor
truncate
trifling
fear; nervous apprehension
sluggishness, slothfulness, lethargy, indolence
shorten, prune
trivial, petty
trepidation
fear; nervous apprehension
torpor
sluggishness, slothfulness, lethargy, indolence
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French SAT difficult Vocabulary
régler
servir
cru(e)
mou/molie
to pay the check
to use
raw
soft
régler
to pay the check
servir
to use
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Difficult SAT Vocabulary
arbitrate
censure
compacent
conducive
settle a disagreement (through considering all facts and opin…
severe criticism
(falsely) confident and relaxed
a situation that helps something happen
arbitrate
settle a disagreement (through considering all facts and opin…
censure
severe criticism
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Difficult SAT Vocabulary
Intrinsic
Inent
Doggedness
Infallibility
Belonging naturally
Lacking the ability/strength to move
Persistant
Unable to be wrong
Intrinsic
Belonging naturally
Inent
Lacking the ability/strength to move
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Most Difficult SAT words 3
rectitude
Ransack
Raucous
Rebuke
morally correct behaviour or thinking; righteousness:
go through (a place) stealing things and causing damage
making or constituting a disturbingly harsh and loud noise
express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because o…
rectitude
morally correct behaviour or thinking; righteousness:
Ransack
go through (a place) stealing things and causing damage
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 7
multifarious
munificence
myriad
nadir
(adj.) having great diversity or variety
(n.) generosity in giving
(adj.) consisting of a very great number
(n.) the lowest point of something
multifarious
(adj.) having great diversity or variety
munificence
(n.) generosity in giving
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 4
extant
extol
fallacious
fastidious
(adj.) existing
(v.) to praise, revere
(adj.) incorrect, misleading
(adj.) meticulous, demanding, having high and often unattaina…
extant
(adj.) existing
extol
(v.) to praise, revere
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 5
imperious
impertinent
impervious
impetuous
(adj.) commanding, domineering
(adj.) rude, insolent
(adj.) impenetrable, incapable of being affected
(adj.) rash; hastily done
imperious
(adj.) commanding, domineering
impertinent
(adj.) rude, insolent
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 1
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
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 6
jubilant
juxtaposition
laconic
languid
(adj.) extremely joyful, happy
(n.) the act of placing two things next to each other for imp…
(adj.) terse in speech or writing
(adj.) sluggish from fatigue or weakness
jubilant
(adj.) extremely joyful, happy
juxtaposition
(n.) the act of placing two things next to each other for imp…
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 13
vilify
viscous
vitriolic
vituperate
(v.) to lower in importance, defame
(adj.) not free flowing, syrupy
(adj.) filled with bitter criticism or malice
(v.) to berate
vilify
(v.) to lower in importance, defame
viscous
(adj.) not free flowing, syrupy
20 terms
Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 9
prescient
primeval
probity
proclivity
(adj.) to have foreknowledge of events
(adj.) original, ancient
(n.) virtue, integrity
(n.) a strong inclination toward something
prescient
(adj.) to have foreknowledge of events
primeval
(adj.) original, ancient
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 2
cacophony
cajole
calumny
capricious
(n.) tremendous noise, disharmonious sound
(v.) to urge, coax
(n.) an attempt to spoil someone else's reputation by spreadi…
(adj.) subject to whim, fickle
cacophony
(n.) tremendous noise, disharmonious sound
cajole
(v.) to urge, coax
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 8
paragon
pariah
parsimony
pathos
(n.) a model of excellence or perfection
(n.) an outcast
(n.) frugality, stinginess
(n.) an emotion of sympathy
paragon
(n.) a model of excellence or perfection
pariah
(n.) an outcast
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 11
solipsistic
somnolent
spurious
staid
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists
(adj.) sleepy, drowsy
(adj.) false but designed to seem plausible
(adj.) sedate, serious, self-restrained
solipsistic
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists
somnolent
(adj.) sleepy, drowsy
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 12
trenchant
truculent
turgid
turpitude
(adj.) effective, articulate, clear-cut
(adj.) ready to fight, cruel
(adj.) swollen, excessively embellished in style or language
(n.) depravity, moral corruption
trenchant
(adj.) effective, articulate, clear-cut
truculent
(adj.) ready to fight, cruel
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Most Difficult SAT Vocabulary 10
recalcitrant
rectitude
replete
reprobate
(adj.) defiant, unapologetic
(n.) uprightness, extreme morality
(adj.) full, abundant
(adj.) evil, unprincipled
recalcitrant
(adj.) defiant, unapologetic
rectitude
(n.) uprightness, extreme morality
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SAT Vocabulary: 875-1000: (Difficult)
Cogitate
Maelstrom
Impalpable
Reverie
To think carefully; to ponder
A violently confused state; a very large whirpool
Not easily understood
Daydream
Cogitate
To think carefully; to ponder
Maelstrom
A violently confused state; a very large whirpool
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unfamiliar sat list 3-difficult version
amenities
amiss
amnesty
amity
In addition to the customary ____ for the business traveler-f…
Seeing her frown, he wondered if anything were ___
When his first child was born, the king granted ___ to all in…
Student exchange programs such as the Experiment in Internati…
amenities
In addition to the customary ____ for the business traveler-f…
amiss
Seeing her frown, he wondered if anything were ___
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Testmasters SAT Vocabulary (Difficult Words)
abstemious
acolyte
adorning
animus
sparingly used or consumed; restricted to bare necessities
a devoted follower or attendant
to lend beauty to; decorate
a feeling of animosity; ill will
abstemious
sparingly used or consumed; restricted to bare necessities
acolyte
a devoted follower or attendant
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Spanish Subject SAT Difficult Vocabulary
el suelo
la alfombra
los mebles
el espejo
floor (in a house), ground
rug, carpet
furniture
mirror
el suelo
floor (in a house), ground
la alfombra
rug, carpet
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Top 250 Most Difficult SAT Words 3
acrimony
calumny
effulgent
egregious
bitterness, discord
an attempt to spoil someone else's reputation by spreading lies
radiant, splendorous
extremely bad
acrimony
bitterness, discord
calumny
an attempt to spoil someone else's reputation by spreading lies
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Most Difficult SAT Words (Set #3)
enervate
ephermeral
eschew
evanescent
(v.) to weaken, exhaust
(adj.) short-lived, fleeting
(v.) to shun, avoid
(adj.) fleeting, momentary
enervate
(v.) to weaken, exhaust
ephermeral
(adj.) short-lived, fleeting
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SAT SET 1 - 3 (Difficult Words)
Deleterious
Foreboding
Apprehension
Magnanimous
adj. Harmful
adj. Threatening
n. fear or aniexty
Noble,generous,giving
Deleterious
adj. Harmful
Foreboding
adj. Threatening
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250 most difficult SAT words 3
Credulity
Cupidity
Cursory
Decry
(n.) readiness to believe
(n.) greed, strong desire
(adj.) brief to the point of being superficial
(v.) to criticize openly
Credulity
(n.) readiness to believe
Cupidity
(n.) greed, strong desire
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Week 3 of 300 Difficult SAT Vocab Words
Negligent
Injunction
Covet
Evince
adj. Characterized by undue lack of attention or concern;... Car…
n. A judicial remedy to prohibit a party from doing something…
v. Wish, long, or crave for;... Yearn; Hate
v. Give expression to;... Display; Distort
Negligent
adj. Characterized by undue lack of attention or concern;... Car…
Injunction
n. A judicial remedy to prohibit a party from doing something…
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250 Most Difficult SAT words week 3
credulity
cupidity
cursory
Decry
(n.) readiness to believe
(n.) greed, strong desire
(adj.) brief to the point of being superficial
(v.) to criticize openly
credulity
(n.) readiness to believe
cupidity
(n.) greed, strong desire
25 terms
reading difficult vocabulary 3
droplet
funnel
ideal
wit
a very small drop of liquid (しずく)
煙突、通風筒
one's conception of what is perfect (理想)
知力
droplet
a very small drop of liquid (しずく)
funnel
煙突、通風筒
SAT Difficult Vocabulary Terms- Word List 1
abdicate
aberrant
abet
abject
renounce; give up
abnormal or deviant
aid, usually in doing something wrong ; encourage
wretched; lacking pride
abdicate
renounce; give up
aberrant
abnormal or deviant
SAT Difficult Vocabulary Terms- Word List 4
anthology
anthropoid
antipathy
antiquated
book of literary selections by various authors
manlike
aversion; dislike
old-fashioned; obsolete
anthology
book of literary selections by various authors
anthropoid
manlike
SAT Difficult Vocabulary Terms- Word List 2
acumen
adage
addle
adjunct
mental keenness
wise saying; proverb
muddle; drive crazy; become rotten
something added on or attached (generally nonessential or inf…
acumen
mental keenness
adage
wise saying; proverb
SAT Difficult Vocabulary Terms- Word List 5
artifice
artless
capricious
ascendancy
object made by human beings, either handmade or mass-produced
without guile; open and honest
given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior
controlling influence, domination
artifice
object made by human beings, either handmade or mass-produced
artless
without guile; open and honest
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Top 250 Most Difficult SAT Words Unit #3
acrimony
acumen
brusque
calumny
bitterness, discord
keen, insight
short, abrupt, dismissive
an attempt to spoil someone else's reputation by spreading lies
acrimony
bitterness, discord
acumen
keen, insight
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Difficult vocabulary lesson 3
작다
새롭다
낡다
아주
To be small
To be new
To be old (not age)
Very, extremely
작다
To be small
새롭다
To be new
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SparkNotes' 250 Most Difficult SAT Words (Part 3)
jubilant
juxtaposition
laconic
languid
(adj.) extremely joyful, happy
(n.) the act of placing two things next to each other for imp…
(adj.) terse in speech or writing
(adj.) sluggish from fatigue or weakness
jubilant
(adj.) extremely joyful, happy
juxtaposition
(n.) the act of placing two things next to each other for imp…
32 terms
Elite: SAT Vocabulary: Difficult: (625-750)
Recrimination
Virtuoso
Wan
Sordid
A reply to one charge with a counter-charge
One with great skill, esp in music or the arts
Sickly pale; colorless
Dirty; morally corrupt
Recrimination
A reply to one charge with a counter-charge
Virtuoso
One with great skill, esp in music or the arts
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The Top 250 Most Difficult SAT Words PART3
ebullient
effrontery
effulgent
egregious
extremely lively, enthusiastic
impudence, nerve, insolence
radiant, splendorous
extremely bad
ebullient
extremely lively, enthusiastic
effrontery
impudence, nerve, insolence
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SparkNotes' 250 Most Difficult SAT Words (Part 3)
jubilant
juxtaposition
laconic
languid
(adj.) extremely joyful, happy
(n.) the act of placing two things next to each other for imp…
(adj.) terse in speech or writing
(adj.) sluggish from fatigue or weakness
jubilant
(adj.) extremely joyful, happy
juxtaposition
(n.) the act of placing two things next to each other for imp…
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SparkNotes' 250 Most Difficult SAT Words (Part 3)
jubilant
juxtaposition
laconic
languid
(adj.) extremely joyful, happy
(n.) the act of placing two things next to each other for imp…
(adj.) terse in speech or writing
(adj.) sluggish from fatigue or weakness
jubilant
(adj.) extremely joyful, happy
juxtaposition
(n.) the act of placing two things next to each other for imp…
Difficult Vocabulary Set #1 Beginning with the letter A (vocabulary for SAT)
Adject
Aberration
Abjure
Abnegation
of the most contemptible kind
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief
the denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief
Adject
of the most contemptible kind
Aberration
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
22 terms
Barron's SAT 2400 Test 3 (Difficult Words)
obscure
deferential
sanctimonious
clairvoyant
unknown; uncertain
respectful
making a show of being morally superior to other people
having an ability to perceive events in the future or beyond…
obscure
unknown; uncertain
deferential
respectful
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difficult vocabulary Saudi Arabic lessons 1-3
When did you arrive?
Yesterday
the evening of goodness'
fine
mita wasalt?
ams
masaa' al-xeer
zeen
When did you arrive?
mita wasalt?
Yesterday
ams
50 terms
SparkNotes' 250 Most Difficult SAT Words Set 3: Sentence Completion
The crowd was __________ when the fire…
The interior designer admired my _____…
The author's __________ style has won…
In the summer months, the great heat m…
jubilant
juxtaposition
laconic
languid
The crowd was __________ when the fire…
jubilant
The interior designer admired my _____…
juxtaposition
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250 Most Difficult ACT/SAT Words: Page 3
Egregious
Enervate
Ephemeral
Eschew
extremely bad
to weaken, exhaust
short-lived, fleeting
to shun, avoid
Egregious
extremely bad
Enervate
to weaken, exhaust
23 terms
R500 Unit 3 Vocabulary (Difficult set)
Relevant
Perceive
Manipulative
Consultant
(Adjective) Relating to a subject in an appropriate way
(Verb) To notice or become aware of
(Adjective) using or controlling other people in a clever and…
(Noun) a person who gives professional advice or services to…
Relevant
(Adjective) Relating to a subject in an appropriate way
Perceive
(Verb) To notice or become aware of
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