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Group 5 Vocabulary SAT
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconce
Forgiveness; Pardon; Release
Obvious
Praiseworthy
Establish firmly in a position
Absolution
Forgiveness; Pardon; Release
Blatant
Obvious
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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
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SAT & Idioms Vocabulary 5
Wane... Jack WANED into his seat, embarra…
Abhor... To ABHOR insects is to find them…
Bleak... The game looked BLEAK with our t…
Capacious... The old castle has a CAPACIO…
to decrease gradually
to hate very much, to detest utterly
depressing, discouraging, harsh, cold, barren, raw
roomy, able to hold much
Wane... Jack WANED into his seat, embarra…
to decrease gradually
Abhor... To ABHOR insects is to find them…
to hate very much, to detest utterly
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 5
premise
ideology
cynical
ambivalent
n. an assumption; the basis for a conclusion
n. a consistent set of beliefs by groups/individuals
adj. doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of…
adj. having opposing attitudes or feelings toward a person, t…
premise
n. an assumption; the basis for a conclusion
ideology
n. a consistent set of beliefs by groups/individuals
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SAT Vocabulary Unit 5
ambivalence
audacious
belie
complacency
the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional at…
daring; bold
contradict; give a false statement
self-satisfaction; smugness
ambivalence
the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional at…
audacious
daring; bold
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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
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SAT Vocabulary List 5
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconsce
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious
praiseworthy
establish firmly in a position
Absolution
forgiveness; pardon; release
Blatant
obvious
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SAT Vocabulary List 5
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Fake;False
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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
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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
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
acquiesce
bombastic
capitulate
deflate
To accept without protest; to agree or submit
Pompous in speech and manner
To surrender
To make smaller, make less
acquiesce
To accept without protest; to agree or submit
bombastic
Pompous in speech and manner
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
Depravity
Banal
Temper
Censure
moral corruption
overused, lacking originality
to moderate
to criticize severely
Depravity
moral corruption
Banal
overused, lacking originality
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SAT vocabulary #5
acrimonious
admonish
clandestine
concur
caustic, bitter
to scold, warn
hidden, secret
agree
acrimonious
caustic, bitter
admonish
to scold, warn
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IVYBound 5-Week SAT Vocabulary - Week 5
Adverse
Advocate
Aerial
Aesthetic
(adj.) antagonistic, unfavorable, dangerous
1. (v.) to argue in favor of something 2. (n.) a person... who a…
(adj.) somehow related to the air
(adj.) artistic, related to the appreciation of beauty
Adverse
(adj.) antagonistic, unfavorable, dangerous
Advocate
1. (v.) to argue in favor of something 2. (n.) a person... who a…
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
ramification
redundant
requisite
reparation
A related or derived development; consequence; implication
Characterized by unnecessary repetition in expressing ideas;…
Required; necessary
The making of amends for wrong or injury done
ramification
A related or derived development; consequence; implication
redundant
Characterized by unnecessary repetition in expressing ideas;…
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Sat vocabulary 5
Benign
Credulous
Disparage
Eccentric
Kindly; good-natured
Gullible; ready to believe
To speak poorly of
Off; out of the ordinary; quirky
Benign
Kindly; good-natured
Credulous
Gullible; ready to believe
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SAT Vocabulary: Week 5
augment
insidious
kismet
enmity
(verb): to grow/increase something in number, amount, size, s…
(adj): slowly and subtly harmful or destructive
(noun): fate or destiny
(noun): extreme hatred, particularly between enemies
augment
(verb): to grow/increase something in number, amount, size, s…
insidious
(adj): slowly and subtly harmful or destructive
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SAT Vocabulary List 5 Synonyms
conviction
zealot
coherence
cohesion
guilty sentence, condemnation, opinion, persuasion
fanatic, militant
consistency, intelligibility, logic
unity, union, solidity
conviction
guilty sentence, condemnation, opinion, persuasion
zealot
fanatic, militant
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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
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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
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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
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SAT Vocabulary - 5
amiable(쾌활한, 정감 있는)
amorous(육욕적인 애정을 보이는)
amorphous(확실한 형태가 없는, 무정형의)
anachronistic(시대착오의, 시대에 뒤진)
friendly(우호적인), amicable(원만한)
showing love, particularly sexual(애정을 보이는, 특별히 성적인)
without definite shape or type(확실한 모양 또는 형태가 없는)
being out of correct chronological order(정확한 시대적 순서를 벗어난)
amiable(쾌활한, 정감 있는)
friendly(우호적인), amicable(원만한)
amorous(육욕적인 애정을 보이는)
showing love, particularly sexual(애정을 보이는, 특별히 성적인)
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
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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
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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
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
(adj.) giving freely, extravagant; ple…
(adj.) having or making a harsh sound;…
(v.) to deliver; to deliver as goods t…
(adj.) very poisonous or harmful; dead…
profuse
strident
consign
virulent
(adj.) giving freely, extravagant; ple…
profuse
(adj.) having or making a harsh sound;…
strident
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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
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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
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SAT VOCABULARY (lesson #5)
Cajole
Callous
Capricious
Carping
Convince, persuade
Insensitive, cruel
Changeable
Difficult to please
Cajole
Convince, persuade
Callous
Insensitive, cruel
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SAT Vocabulary #5
Anecdote
Celerity
Dexterous
Extraneous
a brief amusing story
speed
skillful with hands
irrelevant
Anecdote
a brief amusing story
Celerity
speed
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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
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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 #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…
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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
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SAT Vocabulary #5
Alleviate
Beneficial
Cathartic
Curative
To ease a pain or burden
Producing or promoting a favorable result; helpful
Relaxing after an emotional outburst
Able to heal or cure
Alleviate
To ease a pain or burden
Beneficial
Producing or promoting a favorable result; helpful
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SAT VOCABULARY -5
clandestine
ethereal
expunge
buffoon
Kept or done in secre
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
to cause something to be forgotten
a person who does silly things, usually to make other people…
clandestine
Kept or done in secre
ethereal
Of the celestial spheres; heavenly.
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ACT/SAT Vocabulary: 10/5
Exemplary
Incorrigible
Query
Substantiate
(adj.) serving as a model; outstanding
(adj.) not able to be corrected; beyond control
(n.) 1. a question, inquiry. 2. a doubt in the mind; a mental…
(v.) established by evidence; verify; support.
Exemplary
(adj.) serving as a model; outstanding
Incorrigible
(adj.) not able to be corrected; beyond control
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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
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SAT Vocabulary List # 5
Atrophied
Ominous
Palette
Mirth
Wasted Away
Threatening
Range of colors
Gladness accompanied by laughter
Atrophied
Wasted Away
Ominous
Threatening
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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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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
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
Altruism
Admissions
Advantageous
Destabilizing
feelings and behavior that show a desire to help other people…
the act of admitting or allowing something
helpful or favorable
to cause something to be unable to work in the usual or desir…
Altruism
feelings and behavior that show a desire to help other people…
Admissions
the act of admitting or allowing something
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
Prosaic
Phlegmatic
Alias
Diminutive
Dull, Unimaginative
Unemotional
Additional name
Tiny , Small
Prosaic
Dull, Unimaginative
Phlegmatic
Unemotional
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
Autonomy
Connoisseur
Complacency
Anachronism
Independence; Self Determination
An expert judge in an art or matters of taste
A feeling of quiet pleasure or security, often while unaware…
The representation of something as existing or happening in t…
Autonomy
Independence; Self Determination
Connoisseur
An expert judge in an art or matters of taste
SAT Vocabulary List #5
Adventitious
Affront
Amalgamate
Capacious
Accidental... POS: Adjective... Sentence: The adventitious car wrec…
An intentional act of disrespect.... POS: Noun... Sentence: I was o…
To unite in one body.... POS: Verb... Sentence: I had to amalgamate…
Spacious... POS: Adjective... Sentence: The capacious ball room had…
Adventitious
Accidental... POS: Adjective... Sentence: The adventitious car wrec…
Affront
An intentional act of disrespect.... POS: Noun... Sentence: I was o…
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SAT Vocabulary Words #5
jaded
gist
advocate
efface
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
the main point
to recommend; to speak in favor of... growth, or causes devaluat…
to oliterate; to wipe out
jaded
worn out; dulled, as from... overindulgence
gist
the main point
SAT Vocabulary #5
Natoriety
Ominous
Persevere
Poach
infamy, known in bad regard
foreboding or foreshadowing evil, portentous
to persist remain constant
to hunt or fish illegally
Natoriety
infamy, known in bad regard
Ominous
foreboding or foreshadowing evil, portentous
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Lesson 5: SAT Vocabulary
Qualify
Concede
Rebut
Refute
To limit, modify, or restrict.
To acknowledge or admit, to make confessions, to surrender.
To attempt to prove that an accusation or theory is false.
To disprove an an accusation or theory.
Qualify
To limit, modify, or restrict.
Concede
To acknowledge or admit, to make confessions, to surrender.
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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
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SAT Vocabulary List 5
varied; mixed; consisting of different…
unable to erase or remove; permanent... M…
unfairness; injustice... It is an inequit…
to act or make a request in behalf of…
Heterogeneous-adjective
Indelible- adjective
Inequity- noun
Intercede- verb
varied; mixed; consisting of different…
Heterogeneous-adjective
unable to erase or remove; permanent... M…
Indelible- adjective
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