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SAT VOCABULARY #4
sunder
imply
blasphemy
proposition
split apart
To express indirectly
An act, utterance, or writing showing contempt for something…
A suggested plan
sunder
split apart
imply
To express indirectly
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4
aesthetic
aloof
archaic
assuage
relating or pertaining to a sense of beauty or art... The natur…
apart, indifferent, standoffish... The bird appeared aloof to i…
antiquated, old, out of use... Romeo and Juliet by William Shak…
to ease, to mitigate, to make less painful or burdensome, to…
aesthetic
relating or pertaining to a sense of beauty or art... The natur…
aloof
apart, indifferent, standoffish... The bird appeared aloof to i…
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 4 Vocabulary
assertive
courteous
delirious
immune
acting with confidence and force; sure of one's self
polite and gracious; considerate toward others; well-mannered
extreme mental confusion or excitement; disturbed state of mind
not affected or influenced by something; protected or exempt;…
assertive
acting with confidence and force; sure of one's self
courteous
polite and gracious; considerate toward others; well-mannered
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Quiz 4
aggregation
assimilate
augment
collision
a collection; a group or mass of distinct things
to take in; absorb; bring into conformity
to make larger; increase
the act of colliding; crash
aggregation
a collection; a group or mass of distinct things
assimilate
to take in; absorb; bring into conformity
20 terms
SAT - vocabulary list 4
rhetorical
verbose
voluble
arrogant
a question asked for an effect, and not actually requiring an…
using too many words; wordy; long winded
talking with a great deal of ease;
overbearing; proud; haughty
rhetorical
a question asked for an effect, and not actually requiring an…
verbose
using too many words; wordy; long winded
SAT vocabulary 4
condescending
enhance
impute
inevitable
possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing... Having or…
(v.) to raise to a higher degree; to increase the value or de…
(v.) to ascribe, blame (The CEO imputed the many typos in the…
Certain to happen... Unavoidable
condescending
possessing an attitude of superiority, patronizing... Having or…
enhance
(v.) to raise to a higher degree; to increase the value or de…
SAT Vocabulary #4
distend
fecund
sage
vacuous
to swell or expand
fertile or productive
a wise man
lacking ideas or intelligence
distend
to swell or expand
fecund
fertile or productive
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4
abstemious
blithe
crepuscular
enunciation
self denying, refraining from indulging
free-spirited, carefree
active at dawn and dusk
clear pronunciation, accent, articulation
abstemious
self denying, refraining from indulging
blithe
free-spirited, carefree
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 4
lassitude
coterie
ballistics
ambiance
listlessness, weariness
a circle of close associates or friends
the study of the dynamics or flight characteristics of projec…
mood, feeling; general atmosphere (milieu!)
lassitude
listlessness, weariness
coterie
a circle of close associates or friends
25 terms
SAT 4 Vocabulary
aesthetic
aloof
archaic
assuage
relating or pertaining to a sense of beauty or art... Her aesthe…
apart, indifferent... She remained aloof during the party, separ…
antiquated, old, out of use... Stonehenge is an archaic, pagan t…
to ease, to mitigate, to make less painful or burdensome, to…
aesthetic
relating or pertaining to a sense of beauty or art... Her aesthe…
aloof
apart, indifferent... She remained aloof during the party, separ…
10 terms
SAT VOCABULARY LIST #4
deterrent. N.
devious. ADJ.
digression. N.
diminution. N.
something that discourages; hinderance
roundabout, cunning, not straightforward
wandering away from the subject
lessing, reduction in size.
deterrent. N.
something that discourages; hinderance
devious. ADJ.
roundabout, cunning, not straightforward
SAT Vocabulary Group 4
abrogate (v.)
abrogate (v.)
blasphemy (n.)
blaspheme (v.)
repeal or do away with ( a law, right, or formal agreement)
cancel; deny
the act or offense of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sa…
speak irreverently about God or sacred things
abrogate (v.)
repeal or do away with ( a law, right, or formal agreement)
abrogate (v.)
cancel; deny
Sat Vocabulary Day 4
queue
ravenous
scuttle
thearchy
(n) a line; a group of people waiting in order
(adj) extremely hungry; filled with hunger that cannot be sat…
(v) to sink a ship by creating a hole or holes in the ship be…
(n) a government ruled by the leaders of a religion or by the…
queue
(n) a line; a group of people waiting in order
ravenous
(adj) extremely hungry; filled with hunger that cannot be sat…
SAT Vocabulary List#4
conducive... The harsh lights and camera…
congenial... He found her company to be…
conscientious... The teacher found that…
constraint... Clementine was able to spe…
(adj.) making a certain situation or outcome likely or possible
(adj.) pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or inter…
(adj.) wishing to do what is right, especially to do one's wo…
(n.) a limitation or restriction. OR stiffness of manner and…
conducive... The harsh lights and camera…
(adj.) making a certain situation or outcome likely or possible
congenial... He found her company to be…
(adj.) pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or inter…
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary #4
Adversity
Anonymous
Benevolent
Collaborate
misfortune.
nameless.
friendly; helpful.
to work together.
Adversity
misfortune.
Anonymous
nameless.
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4-10
acclaim
blithe
callous
deference
n- loud applause; approval
adj- happy and cheerful
adj- unfeeling; insensitive
n- great respect
acclaim
n- loud applause; approval
blithe
adj- happy and cheerful
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary for 11/4
Abbreviate
Digression
Arid
Censure
(v.) to shorten, abridge
(n.) the act of turning aside, straying from the main point,…
(adj.) extremely dry or deathly boring
(v.) to criticize harshly
Abbreviate
(v.) to shorten, abridge
Digression
(n.) the act of turning aside, straying from the main point,…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 4
amiable
authentic
brawn
contrite
pleasantly disposed: good natured: agreeable:cordial: friendl…
worthy of trust, reliance or belief: having an undisputed ori…
solid and well developed muscles: muscular strength and power
humbled by guilt and repent for one's sins: penitent
amiable
pleasantly disposed: good natured: agreeable:cordial: friendl…
authentic
worthy of trust, reliance or belief: having an undisputed ori…
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #4
spatial navigation
labyrinth
static
anatomical
the brains ability to store and remember locations and places…
a maze
Fixed, not moving or changing
having to do with the body
spatial navigation
the brains ability to store and remember locations and places…
labyrinth
a maze
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4
elude ... neutral
fallow... negative
blight... negative
obsequy... neutral
to escape notice; to get away from
inactive; unproductive
anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devaluation
a funeral rite or ceremony
elude ... neutral
to escape notice; to get away from
fallow... negative
inactive; unproductive
36 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4
lassitude
coterie
ballistics
ambiance
listlessness; weariness
a circle of close friends
the study of the dynamics of flight characteristics of projec…
mood, feeling; general atmosphere
lassitude
listlessness; weariness
coterie
a circle of close friends
SAT vocabulary list 4
Infirmity
Interment
Labyrinth
Lucrative
Noun - a physical weakness; feebleness... George's infirmity p…
Noun - burial ... At the interment each person through a handf…
Noun - maze; a structure with complex, hard to follow passage…
Adjective - profitable; producing wealth or gain... When the $6…
Infirmity
Noun - a physical weakness; feebleness... George's infirmity p…
Interment
Noun - burial ... At the interment each person through a handf…
SAT Vocabulary 4
aesthetic
aloof
archaic
assuage
relating or pertaining to a sense of beauty or art... The natur…
apart, indifferent, standoffish... The bird appeared aloof to i…
antiquated, old, out of use... Romeo and Juliet by William Shak…
to ease, to mitigate, to make less painful or burdensome, to…
aesthetic
relating or pertaining to a sense of beauty or art... The natur…
aloof
apart, indifferent, standoffish... The bird appeared aloof to i…
SAT 2.4 Vocabulary
lieu (noun)
evoke (verb)
maim (verb)
deduce (verb)
instead of; in place of
to summon forth; to call to mind, awaken, produce, suggest
to disable or disfigure; to cripple
to come to a conclusion by reasoning from evidence
lieu (noun)
instead of; in place of
evoke (verb)
to summon forth; to call to mind, awaken, produce, suggest
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary # 4
bereft
bide
bilk
blandish
without, devoid of
to wait, or remain in a condition
to cheat, to swindle
to coax through flattery
bereft
without, devoid of
bide
to wait, or remain in a condition
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary #4
Benign
Clientele
Discretionary
Disparate
Harmless
customers
subject to one's own judgment
Different
Benign
Harmless
Clientele
customers
40 terms
SAT Vocabulary Unit 4
pithy
taciturn
rhetorical
eloquence
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
silent; sparing of words; close-mouthed
relating to speech that is used to persuade or have some effe…
artful ease with speaking; speech that can influence people's…
pithy
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
taciturn
silent; sparing of words; close-mouthed
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4
eloquent
elucidate
empathy
emphatic
expressing oneself powerfully and effectively
to make clear by explanation
the understanding of another's feelings
expressed with emphasis
eloquent
expressing oneself powerfully and effectively
elucidate
to make clear by explanation
10 terms
4. SAT Vocabulary
euphemism
extraneous
levity
prolific
(n.) a mild or inoffensive expression used in place of harsh…
(adj.) coming from the outside, foreign; present but not esse…
(n.) a lack of seriousness or earnestness, especially about t…
(adj.) abundantly productive; abundant, profuse
euphemism
(n.) a mild or inoffensive expression used in place of harsh…
extraneous
(adj.) coming from the outside, foreign; present but not esse…
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4
lethargy
recondite
conspicuous
archaic
sluggishness; laziness
hard to understand; over one's head
standing out; obvious
ancient; outdated
lethargy
sluggishness; laziness
recondite
hard to understand; over one's head
20 terms
May 4 SAT Vocabulary
belittle
cite
diligent
discord
to regard as less impressive or less important
to reference as an authority
attentive and persistent
lack of harmony
belittle
to regard as less impressive or less important
cite
to reference as an authority
SAT Vocabulary 4
Barrage (n.)
Battery (v.)
Bauble (n.)
Bedlam (n.)
a curtain of artillery fire; any overwhelming attack as of wo…
the unlawful beating of a person; act of beating or pounding
a small inexpensive trinket
a place or scene of noisy uproar and confusion
Barrage (n.)
a curtain of artillery fire; any overwhelming attack as of wo…
Battery (v.)
the unlawful beating of a person; act of beating or pounding
SAT Vocabulary List #4
culpable
cursory
debilitate
decorum
deserving blame; guilty of doing something wrong
done with haste and little attention to detail; done or made…
weaken; enfeeble; to reduce the strength of someone or someth…
orderliness and good taste in manners; correct or proper beha…
culpable
deserving blame; guilty of doing something wrong
cursory
done with haste and little attention to detail; done or made…
SAT Vocabulary #4
boon
hypocondriac
ponderous
parameter
a timely benefit; a blessing
Someone who falsely assumes they're ill
Heavy and slow moving
(n.) a determining or characteristic element; a factor that s…
boon
a timely benefit; a blessing
hypocondriac
Someone who falsely assumes they're ill
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #4
advocate
cynic
speculate
divisive
To support or urge by argument,especially publicy
a pessimist; one who believes that only selfishness motivates…
to engage in thought, especially conjectural thought
creating discussion or discord
advocate
To support or urge by argument,especially publicy
cynic
a pessimist; one who believes that only selfishness motivates…
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 4
Equine
Bovine
Lupine
Ursine
relating to horses
relating to cattle
relating to wolf
relating to bears
Equine
relating to horses
Bovine
relating to cattle
SAT Vocabulary 4
Arid... Adjective
Complacency... Noun
Confound... Verb
Derivative... Adjective
Dry
Self-satisfaction
To confuse
unoriginal
Arid... Adjective
Dry
Complacency... Noun
Self-satisfaction
SAT Vocabulary 4
reiterate
reimburse
retrogress
subjugate
say something again or a number of times, typically for empha…
(Sb for Sth) to pay back money to someone who has spent it fo…
(to Sth) go back to an earlier state, typically a worse one
-Bring under domination or control, especially by conquest... -…
reiterate
say something again or a number of times, typically for empha…
reimburse
(Sb for Sth) to pay back money to someone who has spent it fo…
SAT Vocabulary: Week 4
penury
vituperation
supercilious
gambol
(noun): the state of extreme poverty
(noun): an outburst of violently abusive language
(adj): full of contemptuous arrogance
(verb): to skip about playfully
penury
(noun): the state of extreme poverty
vituperation
(noun): an outburst of violently abusive language
40 terms
SAT Vocabulary Lessons 1-4
alienate
elated
epigram
fatalistic
(v) To cause to turn away.
(adj) Very proud or happy; in high spirits.
(n) A short, witty saying or quip.
(adj) Believing that everything is determined by fate.
alienate
(v) To cause to turn away.
elated
(adj) Very proud or happy; in high spirits.
Eng. 4 SAT Vocabulary
context
argument
claim
counterargument
Words, events, or circumstances that help determine meaning.
A statement put forth and supported by evidence
An assertion, usually supported by evidence
A challenge to a position; an opposing argument.
context
Words, events, or circumstances that help determine meaning.
argument
A statement put forth and supported by evidence
16 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4
aberration (noun)
ambiguous (adjective)
breach (noun)
despondent (adjective)
deviation from a right, customary, or prescribed course
having a double meaning
the violation of official duty, lawful right, or a legal obli…
disheartened
aberration (noun)
deviation from a right, customary, or prescribed course
ambiguous (adjective)
having a double meaning
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 4- 10
acclaim
blithe
callous
deference
loud applause; approval. noun
happy and cheerful; gay. adjective
unfeeling; insensitive. adjective
great respect. noun
acclaim
loud applause; approval. noun
blithe
happy and cheerful; gay. adjective
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words: Week 4
cajole
callous
capacity
catalyst
To persuade with false promises and flattery
Emotionally hardened, unfeeling
ability
something that brings about a change in something else
cajole
To persuade with false promises and flattery
callous
Emotionally hardened, unfeeling
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Week 4
ascendancy
ascetic
assiduous
assuage
position of dominance; controlling influence
practicing self-denial
characterized by careful, persistent attention (to a task)
lessen in intensity, or put an end to
ascendancy
position of dominance; controlling influence
ascetic
practicing self-denial
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 4
abstain
blighted
credulous
enshroud
desist; go without, withdraw
damaged; destroyed, ruined
gullible; ready to believe anything
cover
abstain
desist; go without, withdraw
blighted
damaged; destroyed, ruined
SAT Vocabulary List 4
daunting
autonomy
comprehensive
ambiguous
intimidating; scary
independence
thorough; complete
unclear; having more than one possible meaning
daunting
intimidating; scary
autonomy
independence
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary - Unit 4
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
associated, connected
to find out
an accomplishment, the act of achieving
to give or pass on as an inheritance
affiliated
associated, connected
ascertain
to find out
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary 4
autonomy
aversion
belittle
bequeath
independence, self-government
strong or fixed dislike
to make something seem less important
to leave money or property by a will
autonomy
independence, self-government
aversion
strong or fixed dislike
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Unit 4
affable
confound
deride
feasible
adj. easily approachable; warm; friendly
v. confuse; puzzle
v. ridicule; make fun of; mock
adj. practical; possible
affable
adj. easily approachable; warm; friendly
confound
v. confuse; puzzle
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