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253 terms
Hot Vocabulary Words for the SAT
brevity
concise
laconic
pithy
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
using few words in speaking or writing
using few words in speech
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
concise
using few words in speaking or writing
10 terms
English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #2
immutable
impartial
impassive
imperturbable
(adj.) never changing
(adj.) fair; just; showing no favoritism
(adj.) without feeling or emotion; insensible
(adj.) not easily excited or disturbed
immutable
(adj.) never changing
impartial
(adj.) fair; just; showing no favoritism
10 terms
English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #5
latent
laudable
lethargic
levity
(adj.) present, but inactive, invisable, or incomplete
(adj.) worthy of praise
(adj.) drowsy; dull; sluggish
(adj.) fickleness; lightness; lacking seriousness
latent
(adj.) present, but inactive, invisable, or incomplete
laudable
(adj.) worthy of praise
10 terms
English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #3
Incorrigible (adj.)
Indefatigable (adj.)
Indigent (adj.)
Ingratiate (v.)
too firmly fixed to be reformed or changed
tireless
poverty-stricken or impoverished
to make oneself acceptable
Incorrigible (adj.)
too firmly fixed to be reformed or changed
Indefatigable (adj.)
tireless
10 terms
English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #1
hedonist
heretic
hierarchy
homogeneous
(n) one who lives solely for pleasure
(n) a person who upholds religious doctrines contrary to the…
(n) organization by rank, class, or grade
(adj.) similar; uniform in nature
hedonist
(n) one who lives solely for pleasure
heretic
(n) a person who upholds religious doctrines contrary to the…
10 terms
English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #4
Irrefutable (adj.)
Irrelevant (adj.)
Jargon (n.)
Judicious (adj.)
cannot be disproved
not to the point; not relating to the subject
the specialized vocabulary of members of a group
wise; careful; showing sound judgement, prudent
Irrefutable (adj.)
cannot be disproved
Irrelevant (adj.)
not to the point; not relating to the subject
16 terms
"HOT" SAT Vocabulary Terms
conflagration
decree
devoid
exhilarating
inferno, fire
proclamation, ruling, declaration; an official statement that…
lacking, deficient, without
thrilling, elating
conflagration
inferno, fire
decree
proclamation, ruling, declaration; an official statement that…
18 terms
Hot SAT words vocabulary
Brevity (pos)
Brevity
Concise (pos)
Concise
Noun
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
Adjective
Using few words in speaking or writing
Brevity (pos)
Noun
Brevity
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
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HOT WORDS SAT VOCABULARY !!!!!!
Words Related to Enthusiasms and Passi…
Showing enthusiasms-
Filled with bubbly excitement-
Filled with enthusiasms-
avid, ebullient, fanatical, impassion and vibrant.
avid
ebullient
fanatical
Words Related to Enthusiasms and Passi…
avid, ebullient, fanatical, impassion and vibrant.
Showing enthusiasms-
avid
20 terms
English SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 2: 21-40)
comprise
ascertain
accede
adulterate
to include or contain
to make certain, clear, or definitely known
to give consent, approval, or adherence; agree; assent
to debase or make impure by adding inferior materials or elem…
comprise
to include or contain
ascertain
to make certain, clear, or definitely known
20 terms
English SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 1: 1-20)
patent
prowess
pandemonium
pinnacle
(take either definition) VERB: to originate and establish as…
exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat…
wild uproar or unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos
the highest or culminating point, as of success, power, fame,…
patent
(take either definition) VERB: to originate and establish as…
prowess
exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat…
49 terms
Vocabulary Hot Sat List
Fortify
Dictate
Diminutive
Goad
to strengthen
to pronounce, command, prescribe
miniature,small
tourge,to provoke into into
Fortify
to strengthen
Dictate
to pronounce, command, prescribe
201 terms
Hot Words for the SAT - vocabulary
brevity
laconic
pithy
quiescent
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
using few words in speech
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
quiet; still; inactive
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
laconic
using few words in speech
25 terms
SAT HOT 100 VOCABULARY
enigma
apathy
indifferent
revere
a riddle
lack of emotion of interest
lack of preference
to honor; to worship
enigma
a riddle
apathy
lack of emotion of interest
10 terms
English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #6
mitigate
meticulous
morose
nomenclature
v. to make or become milder or less severe
adj. very careful about details; fussy
adj. gloomy; bad tempered
n. a systematic naming in an art or science
mitigate
v. to make or become milder or less severe
meticulous
adj. very careful about details; fussy
10 terms
English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #7
opulent
overt
painstaking
pariah
adj. luxurious; wealthy
adj. not hidden; obvious; open
adj. very careful; detailed work; diligent
n. an outcast
opulent
adj. luxurious; wealthy
overt
adj. not hidden; obvious; open
60 terms
Hot Words for the SAT(Regular English)
brevity
quiescent
reticent
taciturn
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
quiet; still; inactive
not talking much; reserved
silent; sparing of words; close-mouthed
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
quiescent
quiet; still; inactive
20 terms
English SAT Hot Words List Tri 1
Ambivalent
Apathy
Autonomy
Benevolent
undecided; having 'mixed' feelings
lack of energy or interest
self-government
kindly
Ambivalent
undecided; having 'mixed' feelings
Apathy
lack of energy or interest
20 terms
Vocabulary #7 (Hot Words for the SAT)
Brevity (Cat Got Your Tongue?)
Laconic (Cat Got Your Tongue?)
quiescent (Cat Got Your Tongue?)
reticent (Cat Got Your Tongue?)
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
using few words
at rest; dormant; temporarily inactive;
silent; reserved
Brevity (Cat Got Your Tongue?)
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
Laconic (Cat Got Your Tongue?)
using few words
63 terms
Pre AP English: Hot Words for the SAT
Lesson 1:
brevity: n
concise: adj
laconic: adj
Using Few Words or Being Quiet
briefness or conciseness
using few words in speaking and writing
using few words in speech
Lesson 1:
Using Few Words or Being Quiet
brevity: n
briefness or conciseness
64 terms
English HotB Vocabulary
erroneous
luminous
amiable
hypothesis
adj-wrong
adj-brilliant
adj-likeable
noun-theory
erroneous
adj-wrong
luminous
adj-brilliant
SAT Hot Word Vocabulary #1
abhor
bigot
disenfranchise
hamper
regard with disgust and hatred
a person who is intolerant towards those holding different op…
to deprive (a person) of a right of citizenship, as of the ri…
to hold back
abhor
regard with disgust and hatred
bigot
a person who is intolerant towards those holding different op…
12 terms
English SAT Hot Words Sets 7-9
Frugal
Thrifty
Miserly
Mercenary
Saving Money
Saving Money
Saving Money
Saving Money
Frugal
Saving Money
Thrifty
Saving Money
64 terms
English HotB Vocabulary
erroneous
luminous
amiable
hypothesis
adj-wrong
adj-brilliant
adj-likeable
noun-theory
erroneous
adj-wrong
luminous
adj-brilliant
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
20 terms
10th Grade English SAT Hot Words- Units 3+4
hierarchy
impassive
indigent
jargon
Any system of persons or things ranked one above another
Without emotion; calm; serene; unmoved
Lacking food, clothing, and other necessities of life because…
The language (especially the vocabulary) relating to a specif…
hierarchy
Any system of persons or things ranked one above another
impassive
Without emotion; calm; serene; unmoved
22 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hot List 119-140
Temperament
Exasperating
Depose
Avowal
a person's character or natural personality
intensely irritating
remove from office or to testify and give evidence
an open declaration or acknowledgement
Temperament
a person's character or natural personality
Exasperating
intensely irritating
18 terms
SAT Hot-list Vocabulary Words 101-118
Fortify
Sacrilege
Raucous
Chaos
to make strong; impart strength or rigor to (verb)
the violation or profanation of anything sacred or held sacre…
rowdy; disorderly (adjective)
a state of utter confusion or disorder, a total lack of organ…
Fortify
to make strong; impart strength or rigor to (verb)
Sacrilege
the violation or profanation of anything sacred or held sacre…
22 terms
SAT Hot-List Vocabulary Words 119-140
Temperament
Exasperating
Depose
Avowal
a person's character or natural personality (noun)
intensely irritating (adj.)
remove from office or to testify and give evidence (verb)
an open declaration/acknowledgement (noun)
Temperament
a person's character or natural personality (noun)
Exasperating
intensely irritating (adj.)
30 terms
Hot Words for the SAT: Vocabulary List #5
quiescent
digress
disdainful
insipid
quiet
to stray from the main subject
full of bitter scorn and pride
lacking interest or flavor
quiescent
quiet
digress
to stray from the main subject
20 terms
10th Grade Honors English SAT Hot Words- Units 5+6
hyperbole
implausible
innocuous
kindle
obnoxious and intentional exaggeration
Not having the appearance of truth or credibility
Not harmful or injurious; harmless; not likely to irritate or…
To start (a fire); to cause (a flame) to start burning; the s…
hyperbole
obnoxious and intentional exaggeration
implausible
Not having the appearance of truth or credibility
24 terms
Vocabulary Hot Words for Sat #1&2
brevity
concise
laconic
pithy
the attribute of being brief or fleeting
expressing much in few words
brief and to the point
concise and full of meaning
brevity
the attribute of being brief or fleeting
concise
expressing much in few words
50 terms
Vocabulary 2 (Hot SAT Words) 51-100
abridge
abstemious
banal
baneful
1. (v.) To shorten, to cut down (The publisher thought the di…
(adj.) moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); charact…
dull, commonplace. (The client rejected our proposal because…
(adj.) causing ruin; harmful; pernicious. (A teacher's banefu…
abridge
1. (v.) To shorten, to cut down (The publisher thought the di…
abstemious
(adj.) moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); charact…
30 terms
Hot Words for the SAT: Vocabulary List #5
quiescent
digress
disdainful
insipid
quiet
to stray from the main subject
full of bitter scorn and pride
lacking interest or flavor
quiescent
quiet
digress
to stray from the main subject
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
20 terms
English 10H SAT Hot Words: Chapters 9+10
Immaterial
Incongruous
Intemperate
Lampoon
Having no physical form; lacking importance
Lacking in harmony or compatibility or appropriateness
Excessive in behavior; (of weather) not mild; subject to extr…
To make fun of something by imitating it in a humorous way
Immaterial
Having no physical form; lacking importance
Incongruous
Lacking in harmony or compatibility or appropriateness
12 terms
9th grade english SAT vocab hot words 7-9
altruistic
benevolent
philanthropic
lavish
giving
giving
giving
giving
altruistic
giving
benevolent
giving
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
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words English 2
abate (v.)
balk (v.)
calamity (n.)
debase (v.)
to reduce or lessen
to stop or block abruptly
an event with disastrous consequences
to lower the quality or esteem of something
abate (v.)
to reduce or lessen
balk (v.)
to stop or block abruptly
14 terms
Vocabulary (english) for hot list 3
arrogant
complacent
contemptuous
disdainful
overbearing; proud; haughty
self-satisfied; smug
lacking respect; scournful
full of bitter scourn and pride; aloof
arrogant
overbearing; proud; haughty
complacent
self-satisfied; smug
10 terms
English vocabulary hot words #1
banal
circumlocution
brevity
altruistic
unoriginal
never gets to the point
brief or concise
showing an unselfish concern for others
banal
unoriginal
circumlocution
never gets to the point
24 terms
SAT English vocabulary
Brevity
Adept/Adroit
Ambivalent
Ambiguous
Shortness
Skilled
The feeling of being unsure
Things are unclear
Brevity
Shortness
Adept/Adroit
Skilled
20 terms
English II SAT Vocabulary
Skullduggery
Ancillary
Sedentary
Cursory
Cheating; trickery; ... -The charlatan was guilty of skullduggery.
Helping; assistance providing ... -Christopher worked hard to ea…
Sitting; little exercise ... -A sedentary lifestyle can lead to…
Rapid and superficial; done with speed and little attention... -…
Skullduggery
Cheating; trickery; ... -The charlatan was guilty of skullduggery.
Ancillary
Helping; assistance providing ... -Christopher worked hard to ea…
20 terms
English 1 ACT\SAT Vocabulary I
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
(n.) a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
cautious; aware of potential consequences... (adj.) careful, cau…
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 5: 81-100)
indomitable
officious
pungent
tentative
that cannot be subdued or overcame, as persons, will, or cour…
objectionably aggressive in one's unrequested and unwanted se…
sharply affecting the organs of one's taste and smell, as if…
unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant
indomitable
that cannot be subdued or overcame, as persons, will, or cour…
officious
objectionably aggressive in one's unrequested and unwanted se…
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hot List with Definitions 141-160
forbearance
vis-a-vis
prudent
detached
patience, restraint, tolerance
in relation to, as compared with
cautious
disconnected, dispassionate,
forbearance
patience, restraint, tolerance
vis-a-vis
in relation to, as compared with
SAT Vocabulary Hot List with. Definitions- 1-20
Patent
Prowess
Pandemonium
Pinnacle
Verb: to establish as one's own... Adjective: readily open to no…
Exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat…
Wild uproar it unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos
The highest or culminating point, as of success, power, fame,…
Patent
Verb: to establish as one's own... Adjective: readily open to no…
Prowess
Exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat…
18 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 6: 101-118)
fortify
sacrilege
raucous
chaos
to make strong; impart strength or vigor to
the violation or profanation of anything sacred or held sacred
rowdy; disorderly
a state of utter confusion or disorder; a total lack of organ…
fortify
to make strong; impart strength or vigor to
sacrilege
the violation or profanation of anything sacred or held sacred
24 terms
SAT Prep: English Vocabulary
Burnish
Bursar
Cache
Cacophony
to polish; to make smooth and straight
a treasurer or keep of funds
a hiding place; stockpile
a jarring, unpleasant noise
Burnish
to polish; to make smooth and straight
Bursar
a treasurer or keep of funds
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
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