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sat vocabulary 5
contentious
shambles
promontory
viable
Quarrelsome
utter disorder
a high point of land extending into water
able to live
contentious
Quarrelsome
shambles
utter disorder
Group 5 Vocabulary SAT
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconce
Forgiveness; Pardon; Release
Obvious
Praiseworthy
Establish firmly in a position
Absolution
Forgiveness; Pardon; Release
Blatant
Obvious
20 terms
Unit 5 SAT Vocabulary
amnesty
autonomy
axiomatic
blazon
a general pardon for offenses, especially political offenses,…
independence or freedom, as of the will or one's actions.
self-evident; obvious.
to set forth conspicuously or publicly; display; proclaim.
amnesty
a general pardon for offenses, especially political offenses,…
autonomy
independence or freedom, as of the will or one's actions.
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Week 5
Absolution
Blatant
Creditworthy
Ensconce
forgiveness
easily identified
reliable, responsible and trustworthy with money, likely to r…
to establish firmly in a position
Absolution
forgiveness
Blatant
easily identified
SAT Vocabulary List 5
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconsce
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious
praiseworthy
establish firmly in a position
Absolution
forgiveness; pardon; release
Blatant
obvious
SAT Vocabulary 5-10
acquiesce
bombastic
capitulate
deflate
to give consent by keeping silent
high sounding
to give up
to lower in size
acquiesce
to give consent by keeping silent
bombastic
high sounding
SAT Vocabulary 5
Camaraderie
Cortege
Detente
elite
a spirit of friendly good-fellowship; a feeling of good frien…
a train of attendants; procession; especially a funeral proce…
the relaxation of strained relations or tensions (as between…
the best of a class; the choice part; the socially superior p…
Camaraderie
a spirit of friendly good-fellowship; a feeling of good frien…
Cortege
a train of attendants; procession; especially a funeral proce…
11 terms
SAT Vocabulary: Lesson 5
cajole
callous
capitulate
capricious
(v.) to persuade with pleasant words/false promises
(adj.) insensitive
(v.) to surrender
(adj.) changeable; frequently changes
cajole
(v.) to persuade with pleasant words/false promises
callous
(adj.) insensitive
SAT Vocabulary 5
BALM
BEGET
BELEAGUER
BUCOLIC
something that heals or comforts; soothing; an oil or ointment
to give birth to; to create
to besiege; beset, surround, harass
rural or rustic in nature, country-like
BALM
something that heals or comforts; soothing; an oil or ointment
BEGET
to give birth to; to create
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
PRESUMPTUOUS
PALPABLE
MALADROIT
PRETENTIOUS
excessively forward,arrogant
(adj.) capable of being touched or felt; easily seen, heard,…
clumsy
pompous; self-important
PRESUMPTUOUS
excessively forward,arrogant
PALPABLE
(adj.) capable of being touched or felt; easily seen, heard,…
SAT Vocabulary List 5
censure
mundane
pragmatic
debilitate
to blame, harshly criticize
ordinary, unimaginative
practical
to make weak
censure
to blame, harshly criticize
mundane
ordinary, unimaginative
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 5 Definitions
conviction
zealot
coherence
cohesion
verdict that someone is guilty of a crime; strongly held belief
person who shows excessive religious or political fervor
logical consistency; quality of sticking together
tendency to keep together
conviction
verdict that someone is guilty of a crime; strongly held belief
zealot
person who shows excessive religious or political fervor
24 terms
SAT Vocabulary Lesson 5
acrimonious
languid
ephemeral
impervious
angry in tone
slow
lasting a short time
incapable of being penetrated
acrimonious
angry in tone
languid
slow
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
adverse
arid
assailant
billow
unfavorable in purpose or effect; negative
being without moisture; extremely dry; parched
one who attacks violently
a big wave or surge at sea; to swell out or puff up, as by th…
adverse
unfavorable in purpose or effect; negative
arid
being without moisture; extremely dry; parched
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Unit 5
balm
beget
beleaguer
bereave
soothing
to give birth to
to surround, harass
suffer the death of a loved one
balm
soothing
beget
to give birth to
SAT Vocabulary 5
Jaded... Negative
Gist... Neutral
Advocate... Positive
Efface... Negative
Worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
The main point
To recommend, to speak in favor of
To obliterate, to wipe out
Jaded... Negative
Worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
Gist... Neutral
The main point
15 terms
Sat Vocabulary List 5-10
acquiesce
bombastic
capitulate
deflate
verb- to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others; to…
adjective- high-sounding; marked by use of language without m…
verb- to surrender; to cease resisting.
verb- to let air out of; to reduce in size or importance.
acquiesce
verb- to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others; to…
bombastic
adjective- high-sounding; marked by use of language without m…
SAT Vocabulary 5
Jaded
Gist
advocate
efface
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
The Main Point
to recommend; to speak in favor of
to obliterate; to wipe out
Jaded
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
Gist
The Main Point
SAT Vocabulary 5
Jaded... Negative
Gist... Neutral
Advocate... Positive
Efface... Negative
Tired, boring, or lacking enthusiasm
the substance or essence of a speech or text
A person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause
Erase from a substance
Jaded... Negative
Tired, boring, or lacking enthusiasm
Gist... Neutral
the substance or essence of a speech or text
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
Jaded ... Negative
Gist ... Poistive
Advocate ... Positive
Efface... Negative
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
the main point
to recommend; to speak in favor of
to obliterate; to wipe out
Jaded ... Negative
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
Gist ... Poistive
the main point
SAT Vocabulary- List 5
anecdote
celerity
dexterous
extraneous
a brief, amusing story
speed
skillful with hands
irrelevant; unnecessary; extra
anecdote
a brief, amusing story
celerity
speed
SAT Vocabulary #5
jaded
gist
advocate
efface
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
the main point
to recommend; to speak in favor of
to obliterate; to wipe out
jaded
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
gist
the main point
SAT Vocabulary #5
jaded... negative
gist... neutral
advocate ... positive
efface... negative
worn out; dulled, as from overindulgence.
the main point.
to recommend; to speak in favor of.
to obliterate; wipe out.
jaded... negative
worn out; dulled, as from overindulgence.
gist... neutral
the main point.
12 terms
SAT Lists #5 Vocabulary
deftly
frenzy
invigorating
vitality
done in a quick and skillful way, carefully
wild, chaotic or out of control behavior madness, rage
filled with energy; enliven rejuvenating; refreshing
exuberant physical strength or mental vigor; a person of grea…
deftly
done in a quick and skillful way, carefully
frenzy
wild, chaotic or out of control behavior madness, rage
SAT 2.5 Vocabulary
joust
infamy
nepotism
fleece
a combat with lances between two knights
an evil reputation
favors shown by those in high positions to relatives and frie…
to defraud, swindle
joust
a combat with lances between two knights
infamy
an evil reputation
SAT #5 Vocabulary
Jaded
Gist
Advocate
Efface
worn-out, dulled... Negative... My pencil was jaded after I used it…
main point... Neutral... Do you get the gist of this lesson?
To speak in favor of; Support... Positive... I am an advocate for m…
(v.) to wipe out; to keep oneself from being noticed... Neutral…
Jaded
worn-out, dulled... Negative... My pencil was jaded after I used it…
Gist
main point... Neutral... Do you get the gist of this lesson?
SAT Vocabulary #5
Jaded... Negative
Gist... Neutral
Advocate... Positive
Efface... Negative
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
the main point
to recommend; to speak in favor of
to obliterate; to wipe out
Jaded... Negative
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
Gist... Neutral
the main point
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary 5
Zany
Withering
Wistfuly
Surmise
crazy or wacky
sneering or hateful
sadly or regrettfully
guess
Zany
crazy or wacky
Withering
sneering or hateful
SAT Vocabulary 5
medley
mural
opulent
ornate
an assortment or a mixture, especially of musical pieces
a big painting applied directly to a wall
exhibiting a display of great wealth
elaborately ornamented
medley
an assortment or a mixture, especially of musical pieces
mural
a big painting applied directly to a wall
SAT Vocabulary #5
Lucid
Enigma
Maudlin
Mellifluous
Easy to understand
A mystery
Wallowing in self-pity
Sweetly flowing
Lucid
Easy to understand
Enigma
A mystery
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary List 5
altruism
amass
caldron
callow
n. The belief in or practice of putting others first; being s…
v. to accumulate; gather; collect
n. huge cooking pot
adj. immature; adolescent; naive
altruism
n. The belief in or practice of putting others first; being s…
amass
v. to accumulate; gather; collect
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
archaic
chary
ephemeral
epicurean
old; from a much earlier time
cautious; wary
lasting a short time; fleeting
relishing the pleasure of eating and drinking
archaic
old; from a much earlier time
chary
cautious; wary
SAT Vocabulary 5
Decorum
Deference
Degradation
Deleterious
An order or politeness
A respectful submission; yielding
To be humiliated; humiliation
Very harmful
Decorum
An order or politeness
Deference
A respectful submission; yielding
SAT Vocabulary #5
coerce
adorn
terse
erudite
to force to act or think in a given number; control by force
to enchance
brief and to the point; concise
very learned; scholarly
coerce
to force to act or think in a given number; control by force
adorn
to enchance
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Ch. 5
dormant
disseminate
irrevocable
proliferation
Inactive; alive but not actively growing, as if asleep
To spread or scatter widely; distribute
Not able to be canceled or undone; irreversible
A rapid spread or increase
dormant
Inactive; alive but not actively growing, as if asleep
disseminate
To spread or scatter widely; distribute
55 terms
SAT Vocabulary 5: FLO+CAB
collusion
exigent
confluence
discrete
a conspiracy, a secret agreement
critical, urgent
a convergence, a coming together
separate, distinct, individual
collusion
a conspiracy, a secret agreement
exigent
critical, urgent
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary 5
Assuage
Blasphemous
Celestial
Dialogue
To make less severe or painful
Disrespectful towards what is considered sacred
Of or relating to the skies or heavens
Conversation between two or more people as a feature of a boo…
Assuage
To make less severe or painful
Blasphemous
Disrespectful towards what is considered sacred
SAT Prep Vocabulary 5
lucid
enigma
diverse
maudlin
easy to understand; clear
a mystery
different; various
wallowing in self-pity
lucid
easy to understand; clear
enigma
a mystery
SAT VOCABULARY (lesson #5)
Cajole
Callous
Capricious
Carping
Convince, persuade
Insensitive, cruel
Changeable
Difficult to please
Cajole
Convince, persuade
Callous
Insensitive, cruel
40 terms
SAT Vocabulary 5
laconic
Benjamin's _____ speech habits gave hi…
The doctor was _____ with his patients…
The fictional heroes of the old west w…
brief, using few words
laconic
laconic
laconically
laconic
brief, using few words
Benjamin's _____ speech habits gave hi…
laconic
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
Abrogate
Blasphemy
Credible
Enigma
cancel; deny; repeal
speech which offends religious sentiments
believable
puzzle; mystery
Abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
Blasphemy
speech which offends religious sentiments
100 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
Anecdote
Celerity
Dexterous
Extraneous
a brief amusing story
speed
skillful with hands
irrelevant
Anecdote
a brief amusing story
Celerity
speed
SAT Vocabulary #5
cajole
callous
capitulate
capricious
to persuade someone by making promises or saying nice things
not feeling or showing concern about the problems or sufferin…
to stop fighting an enemy or opponent; to admit that an enemy…
changing often and quickly, especially suddenly in mood or be…
cajole
to persuade someone by making promises or saying nice things
callous
not feeling or showing concern about the problems or sufferin…
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary -- Clodfelter (5 & 6)
adamant
cajole
complacent
despondent
(adj.) unwilling to change in one's opinion
(v.) to persuade with flattery
(adj.) pleased with one's situation
(adj.) sad; depressed
adamant
(adj.) unwilling to change in one's opinion
cajole
(v.) to persuade with flattery
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Cartoons #5
Balm
Beget
Beleaguer
Bereave
Something that heals of comforts; soothing; an oil or ointment
To give birth to; to create
To besiege; beset, surround, harass
To deprive and make desolate, especially be death; to deprive…
Balm
Something that heals of comforts; soothing; an oil or ointment
Beget
To give birth to; to create
SAT Vocab 5
corroborate
Amorous
Decorous
expedite
Verify
love
proper
speed
corroborate
Verify
Amorous
love
19 terms
SAT Vocabulary 5
Desiccate
Loquacious
Maudlin
Farcical
(Verb) To dry out.
(Adjective) Talking to much; talking a lot.
(Adjective) Wallowing in self pity.
(Adjective) Absurd; ludicrous.
Desiccate
(Verb) To dry out.
Loquacious
(Adjective) Talking to much; talking a lot.
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary List # 5
Atrophied
Ominous
Palette
Mirth
Wasted Away
Threatening
Range of colors
Gladness accompanied by laughter
Atrophied
Wasted Away
Ominous
Threatening
13 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
brevity
circumscribe
circumspect
coherent
the use of few words to say something; briefness
to limit the size or amount of something; restrict
thinking carefully about possible risks before doing or sayin…
arranged logically, fitting together well; clear
brevity
the use of few words to say something; briefness
circumscribe
to limit the size or amount of something; restrict
50 terms
Sat 5 vocabulary
Malice, malicious
Malign
Malignancy, malignant
Mendicant
The desire to do bad to others; spite
To say bad things about; slander
A malevolent and malicious act
(N.) A beggar... (Adj.) practicing begging
Malice, malicious
The desire to do bad to others; spite
Malign
To say bad things about; slander
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