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SAT VOCABULARY #12
expose
diversity
cutaneous
respiration
to lay open to danger, attack, harm, etc.
(n.) difference, variety; a condition of having many differen…
relating to the skin
Inhalation and exhalation of air.
expose
to lay open to danger, attack, harm, etc.
diversity
(n.) difference, variety; a condition of having many differen…
SAT Vocabulary List#12
particular... My father is very particul…
partisan... As a teacher, I do not let m…
patronize... An example of patronize is…
peremptory... The lawyer used his last p…
(adj.) used to single out an individual member of a specified…
(n.) a strong supporter of a party, cause, or person OR a mem…
(v.) treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling o…
(adj.) insisting on immediate attention or obedience, especia…
particular... My father is very particul…
(adj.) used to single out an individual member of a specified…
partisan... As a teacher, I do not let m…
(n.) a strong supporter of a party, cause, or person OR a mem…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary 12
disdain
diparage
dispute
elicit
a lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike
to belittle or criticize
to question the truth of
to call or bring out
disdain
a lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike
diparage
to belittle or criticize
Vocabulary list 12 SAT
Malign
Mar
Meander
Mercenary
Evil
Hurting someone's appearance
Wander
Motivated by money
Malign
Evil
Mar
Hurting someone's appearance
20 terms
#12 SAT vocabulary
abjure
acrid
august
callous
(v) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
(adj) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper
(adj) majestic, inspiring admiration and respect
(adj) emotionally hardened, unfeeling
abjure
(v) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
acrid
(adj) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper
SAT vocabulary list #12
Aggravate
Anarchy
Audacity
Bane
verb- to intensify; to make worse; to annoy or irritate Don h…
noun- chaos; disorder resulting from a lack of laws or rules.…
noun- courage; boldness The quarterback called a daring last-…
noun- a source of misery; a person or thing that causes woe;…
Aggravate
verb- to intensify; to make worse; to annoy or irritate Don h…
Anarchy
noun- chaos; disorder resulting from a lack of laws or rules.…
18 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #12
Base word "potens"
Base word "domit"
Base words "in-, im-"
Base word "efficere"
strong
lord
not
to effect
Base word "potens"
strong
Base word "domit"
lord
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Week 12
Indictment
Indignant
Indolently
Induce
(N) - a formal charge or accusation of a serious crime
(adj) - feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perc…
(adj) - lazily doing something
(v) - bring about or give rise to.
Indictment
(N) - a formal charge or accusation of a serious crime
Indignant
(adj) - feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perc…
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #12
accentuate
augment
balk
blandish
(v)- to place emphasis on something or make it more noticeabl…
(v)- to make larger, increase... "His salary is AUGMENTED by a s…
(v)- to refuse to proceed or to do something... "He BALKED at ma…
(v)- to coax or influence by gentle flattery; cajole... "They BL…
accentuate
(v)- to place emphasis on something or make it more noticeabl…
augment
(v)- to make larger, increase... "His salary is AUGMENTED by a s…
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #12
wane
fraught
chasm
erudite
To decrease gradually
full of or loaded with; accompanied by
A deep opening in the earth's surface; a gorge; differences o…
having or showing profound knowledge
wane
To decrease gradually
fraught
full of or loaded with; accompanied by
40 terms
SAT Vocabulary 12
morbidity (n)
consternation (n)
fiscal (adj)
insinuate (v)
the proportion of sickness or of a specific disease in geogra…
a sudden, alarming amazement or dread that results in utter c…
of or pertaining to the public treasury or revenues.
to suggest or hint slyly; to instill or artfully.
morbidity (n)
the proportion of sickness or of a specific disease in geogra…
consternation (n)
a sudden, alarming amazement or dread that results in utter c…
12 terms
SAT Lesson 12 A Vocabulary #1-12
abridge
alacrity
antipathy
augment
to shorten; to diminish... Sentence: Instead of reading the enti…
prompt and cheerful response... Sentence: The girl demonstrated…
a dislike, distaste, or enmity... Sentence: Squidward's obvious…
to make greater or to supplement... Sentence: We must ___ our su…
abridge
to shorten; to diminish... Sentence: Instead of reading the enti…
alacrity
prompt and cheerful response... Sentence: The girl demonstrated…
736 terms
SAT Vocabulary 12-1
abase
abate
aberration
abet
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(n.) something that differs from the norm (In 1918, the Bosto…
(v.) to aid, help, encourage (The spy succeeded only because…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
SAT Vocabulary Week 12
dubious
duplicity
ebullient
eclectic
causing doubt to arise; of doubtful quality
double-dealing
overflowing with high spirits; showing excitement
composed of elements drawn from a variety of sources
dubious
causing doubt to arise; of doubtful quality
duplicity
double-dealing
142 terms
Exeter Academy SAT Vocabulary 12
abjure
abyss
acquiesce
admonition
renounce upon oath.
enormous chasm; vast bottomless pit.
assent; agree without protesting.
warning.
abjure
renounce upon oath.
abyss
enormous chasm; vast bottomless pit.
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary -- Clodfelter (11 & 12)
adroit
enmity
frivolous
grandiose
(adj.) highly skilled; adept
(n.) hatred
(adj.) not serious; care-free
(adj.) more elaborate than necessary
adroit
(adj.) highly skilled; adept
enmity
(n.) hatred
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Week 12
dubious
duplicity
ebullient
eclectic
causing doubt to arise; of doubtful quality
double-dealing
overflowing with high spirits; showing excitement
composed of elements drawn from a variety of sources
dubious
causing doubt to arise; of doubtful quality
duplicity
double-dealing
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #12
Rejuvenate
Vilify
Assuage
Saccarine
to restore to youth or restore vigor
to defame
to ease, soothe
artificially sweet
Rejuvenate
to restore to youth or restore vigor
Vilify
to defame
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 12 Definitions
specious
speculate
commemorate
compile
seemingly reasonable but incorrect; superficially plausible
form a theory about something; often without sufficient evide…
honor the memory of
gather or put together
specious
seemingly reasonable but incorrect; superficially plausible
speculate
form a theory about something; often without sufficient evide…
SAT Vocabulary 12
Aesthetic
Defunct
Discomfit
Espouse
Pertaining to beauty, sensitive or responsive to beauty (adje…
No longer in existence or functioning, dead (adjective)
To frustrate, thwart, or defeat; to confuse, perplex, or emba…
To take up and support; to become attached to, adopt; to marr…
Aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty, sensitive or responsive to beauty (adje…
Defunct
No longer in existence or functioning, dead (adjective)
SAT Vocabulary 12
ecstatic (adj)
embed (v)
hovel (n)
incandescent (adj)
An excessive state of joy or delight; - enraptured, elated
To cause to be an integral part of a surrounding whole; - int…
A small miserable dwelling or an open low shed; - hut, shack,…
Shining brilliantly; very bright, or characterized by ardent…
ecstatic (adj)
An excessive state of joy or delight; - enraptured, elated
embed (v)
To cause to be an integral part of a surrounding whole; - int…
SAT Vocabulary #12
haphazard
spartan
enthralled
ebbed
(adj.) by chance, not planned; lacking order
(adj) marked by simplicity and avoidance of comfort; discipli…
Fascinated
declined; Weakened
haphazard
(adj.) by chance, not planned; lacking order
spartan
(adj) marked by simplicity and avoidance of comfort; discipli…
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #12
doldrums
domain
dromedary
dulcet
n. a period or condition of depression or inactivity; a part…
n. a territory over which one rules, has influence or powers
n. a one-humped domesticated camel
adj. melodious, soft, soothing; pleasing to the ear
doldrums
n. a period or condition of depression or inactivity; a part…
domain
n. a territory over which one rules, has influence or powers
SAT Vocabulary #12
connoisseur
pilferer
conflated
relinquished
a person with expert knowledge or discriminating tastes;... an i…
one who steals
combined
given up
connoisseur
a person with expert knowledge or discriminating tastes;... an i…
pilferer
one who steals
SAT Vocabulary #12
embellished (verb)
embroiled (verb)
emulated (verb)
enervated (adjective)
to decorate (something) by adding special details and feature…
to involve (someone or something) in conflict or difficulties
to try to be like (someone or something you admire)
lacking physical, mental, or moral vigor
embellished (verb)
to decorate (something) by adding special details and feature…
embroiled (verb)
to involve (someone or something) in conflict or difficulties
15 terms
SAT vocabulary terms 12
Deluge
Catholic
Eerie
Martial
A flood; an overwhelming rush
Universal; wide-ranging
Werid;mysterious; strange and frightening
Warlike; relating to military
Deluge
A flood; an overwhelming rush
Catholic
Universal; wide-ranging
SAT Vocabulary # 12
deluge
catholic
eerie
martial
a flood; an overwhelming rush
universal; wide-ranging
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
warlike; relating to the military
deluge
a flood; an overwhelming rush
catholic
universal; wide-ranging
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Lesson 12
wane
fraught
chasm
erudite
to decrease gradually
teeming with; laden; full; involving; accompanied by
a deep opening in the earth's surface; a gorge; differences o…
deeply learned, scholarly
wane
to decrease gradually
fraught
teeming with; laden; full; involving; accompanied by
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary # 12
deluge
catholic
eerie
martial
a flood; an overwhelming rush
universal; wide-ranging
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
warlike; relating to the military
deluge
a flood; an overwhelming rush
catholic
universal; wide-ranging
30 terms
2015-16 English 12 SAT Vocabulary
abstemious
adversary
autonomous
brevity
self-denying; unselfish and altruistic
an opponent in a contest or event (sometimes synonymous with…
capable of ruling one's self; self-controlling
concise and exact use of words (to the point so much it might…
abstemious
self-denying; unselfish and altruistic
adversary
an opponent in a contest or event (sometimes synonymous with…
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 12
Quirk
Quixotic
Ramification
Relinquish
a peculiarity of behavior
totally or foolishly impractical
a development growing out of and often complicating a problem…
to give up doing, professing or intending
Quirk
a peculiarity of behavior
Quixotic
totally or foolishly impractical
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary #12
deluge
catholic
eerie
martial
a flood; an overwhelming rush
universal; wide-ranging
weird; mysterious; strange and... frightening
warlike; relating to the miliary
deluge
a flood; an overwhelming rush
catholic
universal; wide-ranging
SAT Vocabulary Words #12
Deluge
Catholic
Eerie
Martial
a flood; an overwhelming rush
Universal; wide-ranging
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
warlike; having to do with combat
Deluge
a flood; an overwhelming rush
Catholic
Universal; wide-ranging
SAT Vocabulary #12
Portly
Prudent
Putrid
Rancid
fat, chubby,round
cautious, careful
rotten, rancid, foul
rotten, spoiled, disgusting in smell or taste
Portly
fat, chubby,round
Prudent
cautious, careful
10 terms
Sat Vocabulary list #12
duclet
duress
edifice
efface
melodious, soft soothing; pleasing to the ear
hardship, restraint, confinement
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
to rub away
duclet
melodious, soft soothing; pleasing to the ear
duress
hardship, restraint, confinement
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #12
accrue
caucus
correlation
derive
v. to happen or result as a natural growth
n. a meeting of party leaders to select candidates, elect con…
n. mutual relation of two or more things, parts, etc.
v. to receive or obtain from a source or origin
accrue
v. to happen or result as a natural growth
caucus
n. a meeting of party leaders to select candidates, elect con…
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 12
bandy
bane
banter
baroque
V. To toss back and forth; to exchange
N. Poison; torment; cause of harm
N. An exchange of good-humored or mildly teasing remarks
Adj. extravagantly ornate; flamboyant in style
bandy
V. To toss back and forth; to exchange
bane
N. Poison; torment; cause of harm
SAT Vocabulary 12
altercation
lexicon
hue
galvanize
a heated argument
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
a particular shade of a given color
to startle into sudden activity
altercation
a heated argument
lexicon
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
15 terms
ACT/SAT Vocabulary: 10/12
Advocate
Ambivalence
Autonomous
Brevity
(v.) urge; plead for.
(n.) the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotion…
(adj. or n.) self-governing, autonomy.
(n.) 1. concise and exact use of words in writing or speech.…
Advocate
(v.) urge; plead for.
Ambivalence
(n.) the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotion…
15 terms
WEEK 12 SAT Vocabulary
audacious
candor
conciliatory
deference
disposed to venture out or take risks
having the quality of being honest & straightforward
making or willing to make concessions; willing to compromise
having a courteous regard for people's feelings
audacious
disposed to venture out or take risks
candor
having the quality of being honest & straightforward
SAT Vocabulary 12
Demagogue
Automaton
Recluse
Bungler
A leader who appeals to the fers, emotions, and prejudices of…
A self-operating machine; a mindless follower; a person who a…
A person who leads a secluded or solitary life
Someone who is clumsy or Inept; a person who makes mistakes b…
Demagogue
A leader who appeals to the fers, emotions, and prejudices of…
Automaton
A self-operating machine; a mindless follower; a person who a…
SAT Vocabulary (Week 12)
jovial
judgmental
laudatory
lyrical
full of or showing high-spirited merriment
depending on assessing a person or situation or event
full of or giving praise
expressing deep emotion
jovial
full of or showing high-spirited merriment
judgmental
depending on assessing a person or situation or event
20 terms
English 12 SAT Vocabulary
abjure
chromosome
equinox
gauche
...
...
...
...
abjure
...
chromosome
...
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 12
Solicit
Reproach
Condescend
Orthodox
To approach with a request or a plea
An expression of rebuke or disapproval
To come down voluntarily to equal terms with inferiors
Holding the commonly accepted faith
Solicit
To approach with a request or a plea
Reproach
An expression of rebuke or disapproval
15 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary 12
Halcyon
Fastidious
Badinage
Malapropism
Calm; pleasant
Hard to please; fussy
Playful, teasing talk
A word humorously misused
Halcyon
Calm; pleasant
Fastidious
Hard to please; fussy
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 12
Appreciable, Adj.
Autocratic, Adj.
Blanch, V.
Blasphemy, N.
Large or important enough to be noticed.
Of or relating to a ruler who has absolute power.
Make white or pale by extracting color; grow pale from shock,…
The act or offense of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sa…
Appreciable, Adj.
Large or important enough to be noticed.
Autocratic, Adj.
Of or relating to a ruler who has absolute power.
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary #12
Alibi
Buttress
Delineation
Evacuate
An excuse that shows someone was not at a crime scene
Strengthen; support
Demarcation; explanation; definition; outlining
Vacate; empty; abandon
Alibi
An excuse that shows someone was not at a crime scene
Buttress
Strengthen; support
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary-Lesson # 12
deluge
catholic
eerie
martial
Flood
Universal, broad-minded
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
associated with war and the armed forces
deluge
Flood
catholic
Universal, broad-minded
11 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #12
Aversion
Emulate
Impetuous
Extenuating
An intense feeling of dislike, opposition, or repugnance.
Following someone else's example; to strive to imitate or be…
Acting quickly without thought or care; impulsive..
Serving to make a fault, offense, crime, situation, etc., app…
Aversion
An intense feeling of dislike, opposition, or repugnance.
Emulate
Following someone else's example; to strive to imitate or be…
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary #12
Aggravate
Anarchy
Audacity
Bane
to intensify; to make worse; to annoy or irritate... Don had to…
noun- chaos; disorder resulting from a lack of laws or rules…
noun- courage; boldness... The quarterback called a daring last-…
noun- a source of misery; a person or thing that causes woe;…
Aggravate
to intensify; to make worse; to annoy or irritate... Don had to…
Anarchy
noun- chaos; disorder resulting from a lack of laws or rules…
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