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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…
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary 1
Meticulous
Edify
Muse
Urbane
excessively careful
to uplift
to become absorbed by thought
polite and mannerly
Meticulous
excessively careful
Edify
to uplift
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary #1
abstinence
assess
clamorous
declamatory
Self-denial
To determine the amount of (a tax or other sum to be paid).
Urgent in complaint or demand.
A full and formal style of utterance.
abstinence
Self-denial
assess
To determine the amount of (a tax or other sum to be paid).
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary: 1/25
Criterion
Disinclination
Peripheral
Surreptitious
(n.) a rule, test; a standard for judgment or evaluation
(n.) a lack of willingness or desire to do or accept something
(adj) marginal; outer
(adj.) stealthy, secret, intended to escape observation; hidd…
Criterion
(n.) a rule, test; a standard for judgment or evaluation
Disinclination
(n.) a lack of willingness or desire to do or accept something
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SAT/ACT Unit 1 Vocabulary
abjure
abrogate
abstemious
acumen
formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief
revoke formally
marked by temperance in indulgence
shrewdness shown by keen insight
abjure
formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief
abrogate
revoke formally
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary Words
abbreviate
adversity
anecdote
conditional
to shorten, abridge
misfortune, resistence
short account of a story
provisional, contingent upon
abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
adversity
misfortune, resistence
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SAT/ACT vocabulary 1
acute
adverse
condone
substantiate
adj. quickly perceptive; keen; brief and severe
adj. unfavorable; preventing success
v. overlook; forgive; give tacit approval; excuse
v. establish by evidence; verify; support
acute
adj. quickly perceptive; keen; brief and severe
adverse
adj. unfavorable; preventing success
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary: 1/11/16
Duplicity
Inundate
Indict
Preclude
(n.) deceitfulness in speech or conduct, as by speaking or ac…
(v.) to flood, overflow; to overwhelm by numbers or size
(v.) to officially charge or accuse, particularly in a court…
(v.) to make impossible, prevent the occurance of, shut out
Duplicity
(n.) deceitfulness in speech or conduct, as by speaking or ac…
Inundate
(v.) to flood, overflow; to overwhelm by numbers or size
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Act 1 - SAT Vocabulary
Accord
Covert
Disparagement
Galling
A feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement.... Ex: M…
Concealed or disguised; not openly practiced.... Ex: Since the…
A communication that belittles somebody or something.... Ex: Bu…
Causing someone to feel angry or annoyed. ... Ex: Steve's actio…
Accord
A feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement.... Ex: M…
Covert
Concealed or disguised; not openly practiced.... Ex: Since the…
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Act 1 SAT Vocabulary
Accord
Covert
Disparagement
Galling
to be in agreement or harmony; agree.
concealed; secret; disguised.
is the act of speaking about someone in a negative or belittl…
that galls; chafing; irritating; vexing; exasperating.
Accord
to be in agreement or harmony; agree.
Covert
concealed; secret; disguised.
#1 SAT /ACT Vocabulary
Populism
Anachronism
Appraisal
Befall
A type of government that rules to control the minds of peopl…
Has no meaning in modern time ; A thing belonging or appropri…
The condition of something ; An expert estimate of the value…
(Of something bad) happen to someone; To happen among someone.
Populism
A type of government that rules to control the minds of peopl…
Anachronism
Has no meaning in modern time ; A thing belonging or appropri…
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary: 1/5/16
Meticulous
Profusion
Decorum
Divergant
(adj.) extremely careful; particular about details
(n.) a plentiful supply; a great or generous amount
(n.) proper behavior, good taste; orderliness
(adj.) Going in a different direction; different from each ot…
Meticulous
(adj.) extremely careful; particular about details
Profusion
(n.) a plentiful supply; a great or generous amount
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary #1
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
Shorten, abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
Abbreviate
Shorten, abridge
Abstinence
act of refraining from
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary List 1
Ambivalence
Amorous
Despondent
Euphoria
(n) mixed feelings or emotions
(a) showing or expressing romantic love, impassioned romantic…
(a) without or almost without hope
(n) a feeling of great (usually exaggerated) elation
Ambivalence
(n) mixed feelings or emotions
Amorous
(a) showing or expressing romantic love, impassioned romantic…
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary List #1
absolve (ub ZAHLV)
accentuate (ak SEHN shu wayt)
accommodate (u KAH mu dayt)
advantageous (ad van TAY jus)
to forgive; to free from guilt... synonyms: exculpate, pardon
to emphasize... synonyms: highlight, stress
to give consideration to... synonyms: oblige, abet
giving an advantage... synonyms: favorable, beneficial
absolve (ub ZAHLV)
to forgive; to free from guilt... synonyms: exculpate, pardon
accentuate (ak SEHN shu wayt)
to emphasize... synonyms: highlight, stress
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SAT ACT Vocabulary Unit #1
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period of de…
approbation
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
assuage
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary #1 to 25
Aversion
Exasperation
Banter
Feign
intense dislike
irritation
playful conversation
to pretend; give a false impression; to invent falsely
Aversion
intense dislike
Exasperation
irritation
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary List 1
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(n.) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(n.) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period…
approbation
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary 1/19/16
Euphemism
Pretentious
Vilify
Haughtiness
(n.) a mild or inoffensive expression used in place of harsh…
(adj) claiming or demanding a position of importance or digni…
(v.) to lower in importance, defame (After the Watergate scan…
(n.) pride; arrogance. (I resent his haughtiness because he i…
Euphemism
(n.) a mild or inoffensive expression used in place of harsh…
Pretentious
(adj) claiming or demanding a position of importance or digni…
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900+ ACT/SAT VOCABULARY WORDS
predicted
provocative
tenacious
benign
known beforehand
arousing anger or interest; annoying
stubbornly unyielding
harmless
predicted
known beforehand
provocative
arousing anger or interest; annoying
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Challenging ACT/SAT vocabulary, list 1
abjure
abrogate
alacrity
boon
TO REJECT; ABANDON FORMALLY
cancel; deny; repeal
Cheerful or speedy willingness
a gift or blessing
abjure
TO REJECT; ABANDON FORMALLY
abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
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SAT ACT vocabulary #1
Abate
Aberration
Abstruse
Acrimony
to become weaker : to decrease in strength.... Verb.
something (such as a problem or a type of behavior) that is u…
hard to understand.... Adjective.
angry and bitter feelings.... Noun.
Abate
to become weaker : to decrease in strength.... Verb.
Aberration
something (such as a problem or a type of behavior) that is u…
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary 1
abstract
anthropology
comprehensive
construe
adj. existing as an idea, but not as a tangible experience (t…
n. the study and comparison of human cultures
adj. thorough and complete; covering all related topics
v. to interpret in a particular way
abstract
adj. existing as an idea, but not as a tangible experience (t…
anthropology
n. the study and comparison of human cultures
SAT/ACT VOCABULARY 1
Syllabus
Epidemic
Pandemic
Bigot
Noun: Course outline or guide that contain course related act…
Noun: fast spreading disease.... Adjective: an issue, containmen…
Noun: Widespread Disease.... Adjective: an issue, containment, o…
Noun: an extremist, an intolerant person with strong opinions.
Syllabus
Noun: Course outline or guide that contain course related act…
Epidemic
Noun: fast spreading disease.... Adjective: an issue, containmen…
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VOCABULARY ACT/SAT 1
Adulation(noun)
Aesthetic(adj)
Amicable(adj)
Anecdote(noun)
Excessive or slavish admiration or flattery
Of or relating to art or beauty
Showing a polite and friendly desire to avoid disagreement an…
Short story about an interesting or funny event
Adulation(noun)
Excessive or slavish admiration or flattery
Aesthetic(adj)
Of or relating to art or beauty
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Act/Sat vocabulary 1
Abhor
Placid
Talisman
Counterfeit
Hate
Calm; peaceful
Lucky charm
Fake; false
Abhor
Hate
Placid
Calm; peaceful
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary Words
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
adversity
Shorten, abridge
act of refraing from
high praise
misfortune
Abbreviate
Shorten, abridge
Abstinence
act of refraing from
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary #1
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
v. shorten, abridge
n. act of refraining from
n. high praise
n. misfortune
abbreviate
v. shorten, abridge
abstinence
n. act of refraining from
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary 1-2
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfar of others, generous
having a contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to cour…
lean; sharp concerned; gaunt
overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfar of others, generous
ambivalent
having a contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to cour…
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary Words #1
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
adversity
Shorten,abridge
act of refraing from
high praise
misfortune
Abbreviate
Shorten,abridge
Abstinence
act of refraing from
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary Week 1
Muse
Nov-
Inter-
Malleable
to become absorbed in thought; to turn something over in the…
new
between, among or jointly
capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or by pressure
Muse
to become absorbed in thought; to turn something over in the…
Nov-
new
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The Amalgamation of ACT/SAT Vocabulary!
Anarchist
Taciturn
Vacillate
Gravity
(n.) person who seeks to overturn the established government;…
(adj.) habitually silent; talking little
(v.) waver; fluctuate.
(n.) seriousness; importance.
Anarchist
(n.) person who seeks to overturn the established government;…
Taciturn
(adj.) habitually silent; talking little
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary List 1
Ambivalence
Amourous
Despondent
Euphoria
(n) mixed feelings or emotions
(a) showing or expressing romantic love, impassioned romantic…
(a) without or almost without hope
(n) a feeling of great (usually exaggerated) elation
Ambivalence
(n) mixed feelings or emotions
Amourous
(a) showing or expressing romantic love, impassioned romantic…
act/sat vocabulary -list 1
allotment
bragger
colloquy
convivial
portions
a vain bolster
conversation
devoted to feasting, or eating and drinking in good fellowship
allotment
portions
bragger
a vain bolster
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary - List 1
allotment (N)
braggart (N)
colloquy (N)
convivial (Adj)
portion
a vain bolster
conversation
devoted to feasting, or eating and drinking in good fellowship
allotment (N)
portion
braggart (N)
a vain bolster
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary #1
abate
aberration
verb
noun
cause to become smaller or less intense, verb
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
abate part of speech
aberration part of speech
abate
cause to become smaller or less intense, verb
aberration
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
12 terms
ACT/SAT Vocabulary: 1/25
Criterion
Disinclination
Peripheral
Surreptitious
(n.) a rule, test; a standard for judgment or evaluation
(n.) a lack of willingness or desire to do or accept something
(adj) marginal; outer
(adj.) stealthy, secret, intended to escape observation; hidd…
Criterion
(n.) a rule, test; a standard for judgment or evaluation
Disinclination
(n.) a lack of willingness or desire to do or accept something
Vocabulary #1 ACT/SAT
accede- At your insistence and to avoi…
acclaim- She deserves acclaim for all…
acquiesce- I was surprised by his acqu…
affable- We were greeted affably by ou…
To agree
Praise
To accept without protest, to agree or submint
Friendly
accede- At your insistence and to avoi…
To agree
acclaim- She deserves acclaim for all…
Praise
931 terms
900+ ACT/SAT VOCABULARY WORDS
predicted
provocative
tenacious
benign
known beforehand
arousing anger or interest; annoying
stubbornly unyielding
harmless
predicted
known beforehand
provocative
arousing anger or interest; annoying
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ACT - SAT #1
abbreviate
benevolent
camaraderie
digression
(v.) shorten, abridge
(adj.) friendly, helpful
(n.) trust among friends
(n.) straying from main point
abbreviate
(v.) shorten, abridge
benevolent
(adj.) friendly, helpful
12 terms
ACT/SAT Vocabulary #1
abbreviate
benevolent
camaraderie
deleterious
shorten, abridge
friendly, helpful
trust among friends
harmful
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
benevolent
friendly, helpful
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ACT/SAT vocabulary #1
Abhor
Placid
Talisman
Counterfeit
Hate
Calm; peaceful
Lucky charm
Fake; false
Abhor
Hate
Placid
Calm; peaceful
SAT/ACT Vocabulary List 1
Ambivalent
Anomaly ... & ... Atypical
Sarcastic & Sardonic
Dearth & Paucity
Mixed feelings; undecided
A deviation from the norm; something strange and difficult to…
Derisive mocking comments; cutting and scornful
A scarcity or shortage
Ambivalent
Mixed feelings; undecided
Anomaly ... & ... Atypical
A deviation from the norm; something strange and difficult to…
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary #1
Allotment (N)
Braggart (N)
Colloquy (N)
Convivial (Adj)
Portion
A person who brags a lot
Conversation
Devoted to eating and drinking with friends
Allotment (N)
Portion
Braggart (N)
A person who brags a lot
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SAT/ACT Prep Vocabulary #1
adroit
capricious
didactic
equivocal
Skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
Changing one's mind quickly and often
Intended to instruct
Ambiguous; intentionally misleading
adroit
Skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
capricious
Changing one's mind quickly and often
ACT/SAT Vocabulary - list 1
Allotment
Braggart
Colluquy
Convivial
Portion
A vain bolster
Conversation
Devoted to feasting, or eating and drinking in good fellowship
Allotment
Portion
Braggart
A vain bolster
15 terms
SAT/ACT Vocabulary List 1
Aberration
Belittle
Cache
Dearth
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a me…
To make something seem less important.
A hiding place; something hidden in a hiding place.
Shortage.
Aberration
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a me…
Belittle
To make something seem less important.
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary #1
Abhor
Placid
Talisman
Counterfeit
Hate
Calm; peaceful
Lucky charm
Fake; false
Abhor
Hate
Placid
Calm; peaceful
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SAT/ACT Vocabulary Review List 1-12
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(n.) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(n.) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period…
approbation
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
10 terms
SAT/ACT Vocabulary List 1
abhor
bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake or false
give voting rights
abhor
hate
bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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