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ENG 1 PREAP SAT Vocab 6
accomplice
annihilate
arbitrary
brazen
Definition: a person who works with or helps someone who is d…
Definition: to destroy someone or something completely (verb)…
Definition: not planned or chosen for a particular reason (ad…
embarrassment (adjective); to continue in a confident way wit…
accomplice
Definition: a person who works with or helps someone who is d…
annihilate
Definition: to destroy someone or something completely (verb)…
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Preap vocabulary 5th 6 weeks
Apprise
Derisive
Risible
Felicitous
To make aware of;to notify
Treating with ridicule; scornful
Drawing laughter or amusement;ridiculous
Perfectly suitable; appropriate
Apprise
To make aware of;to notify
Derisive
Treating with ridicule; scornful
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Preap Biology Ch.6 Vocabulary
Cell Fractionation
Cell wall
Central vacuole
Centriole
The disruption of a cell and separation of its parts by centr…
A protective layer external to the plasma membrane in the cel…
A membranous sac in a mature plant cell with diverse roles in…
A structure in the centrosome of an animal cell composed of a…
Cell Fractionation
The disruption of a cell and separation of its parts by centr…
Cell wall
A protective layer external to the plasma membrane in the cel…
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SAT VOCABULARY #6
subversion
enroachment
astute
inquest
a systematic attempt to overthrow a government by using perso…
intrusion on a person's territory, rights
(adj.) shrewd, crafty, showing practical wisdom
Legal or judicial inquiry, especially before a jury and espec…
subversion
a systematic attempt to overthrow a government by using perso…
enroachment
intrusion on a person's territory, rights
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SAT Vocabulary Group 6
Abstain (v.)
abstainer(n.)
Blighted (adj.)
blight (n.)
1. 戒; 避免; 避開... 2. 棄權(v.)
戒酒者; 節制者
damaged,ruined(adj.)
導致毀滅的事物; 破壞希望(或計劃)的因素; 禍害(n.)
Abstain (v.)
1. 戒; 避免; 避開... 2. 棄權(v.)
abstainer(n.)
戒酒者; 節制者
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SAT Vocabulary 6-10
admonish
buffoon
capricious
delineate
(v) to advise against something; to warn
(n) a clown; someone who amuses with tricks and jokes
(adj) changeable, fickle, can't make up his or her mind
(v) to describe in words; to sketch
admonish
(v) to advise against something; to warn
buffoon
(n) a clown; someone who amuses with tricks and jokes
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April 6 SAT Vocabulary
astute
authenticity
atypcial
augment
having practical intelligence
the quality of being authentic or genuine
not typical; not conforming to type
to make larger
astute
having practical intelligence
authenticity
the quality of being authentic or genuine
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SAT Vocabulary 6
Choleric (adj.)
Cavalier (adj./n.)
Chastise (v.)
Cataclysm (n.)
hot-tempered, quick to anger
casual; carefree and nonchalant; arrogant disregard; a gallan…
to discipline; to criticize severely
a violent upheaval or change
Choleric (adj.)
hot-tempered, quick to anger
Cavalier (adj./n.)
casual; carefree and nonchalant; arrogant disregard; a gallan…
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sat vocabulary 6
servile
clique
miscellany
captivate
SUBMISSIVE; OBEDIENT
a small, exclusive group... coterie
mixture of writtings on various subjects
to fascinate; to enchant; to enrapture... to capture; to charm;…
servile
SUBMISSIVE; OBEDIENT
clique
a small, exclusive group... coterie
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SAT Vocabulary List #6
hackneyed
mundane
vacuous
prosaic
overused; trite
ordinary; typical
lacking substance
unimaginative; ordinary
hackneyed
overused; trite
mundane
ordinary; typical
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SAT Vocabulary 6 and 7
adroit
macroscopic
fatuous
bovine
adj. skillful; clever
adj. visible to the naked eye
adj. foolish; inane
adj. pertaining to cows or cattle
adroit
adj. skillful; clever
macroscopic
adj. visible to the naked eye
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SAT Vocabulary Unit 6
CAMARADERIE
CHASTISE
CATACLYSM
CARRION
comradeship; friendship
to discipline; to criticize severely
a violent upheaval or change
dead and rotting flesh
CAMARADERIE
comradeship; friendship
CHASTISE
to discipline; to criticize severely
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SAT Vocabulary 6
antiquated
arable
ascendancy
atrophy
obsolete, out of fashion, no longer usable
fit for plowing, tillable
domination, growing power
to waste away; wither
antiquated
obsolete, out of fashion, no longer usable
arable
fit for plowing, tillable
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SAT Vocabulary Set 6
sensible
Dictum
Respite
Stimulus
reasonable
authoritative statement
A period of relief or rest
Something that causes a physiological response
sensible
reasonable
Dictum
authoritative statement
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SAT Vocabulary List#6
discriminating... Babies can discriminat…
disseminate... The Associated Press diss…
domestic... The President of the United…
dominant... After the decline of the pow…
(adj.) having or showing refined taste or good judgment OR (v…
(v.) spread or disperse (something, especially information) w…
(adj.) relating to the running of a home or to family relatio…
(adj.) most important, powerful, or influential OR relating t…
discriminating... Babies can discriminat…
(adj.) having or showing refined taste or good judgment OR (v…
disseminate... The Associated Press diss…
(v.) spread or disperse (something, especially information) w…
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SAT Vocabulary 6-10
admonish
buffoon
capricious
delineate
to warn
a clown
fickle, indecisive
to describe in words
admonish
to warn
buffoon
a clown
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Sat Vocabulary 6
prospective
quagmire
procure
profane
adj. thuộc tương lai
n. tình huống khó
v. kiếm được
adj. ngoại đạo
prospective
adj. thuộc tương lai
quagmire
n. tình huống khó
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SAT Vocabulary #6
evanescent
exculpate
exigent
exonerate
ephemeral, fading, brief
to clear of blame, or fault, vindicate
pressing, insistent, urgent
acquit, vindicate, free from responsibility
evanescent
ephemeral, fading, brief
exculpate
to clear of blame, or fault, vindicate
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SAT Vocabulary 6
mundane
naïve
negligent
notorious
ordinary and somewhat boring
inexperienced and gullible
careless and neglectful
well-known for unfavorable reasons
mundane
ordinary and somewhat boring
naïve
inexperienced and gullible
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SAT Vocabulary #6
Abate
Callousness
Collusion
Discord
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
cruelty; unfeeling behavior
collaboration; complicity; conspiracy
disagreement
Abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
Callousness
cruelty; unfeeling behavior
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Quack SAT Vocabulary #6
foible
lacerate
harangue
exact
a minor weakness or failing of character; slight flaw or defect
To tear rudely or raggedly;, deeply hurt the feelings of
a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
demand and obtain by force or authority
foible
a minor weakness or failing of character; slight flaw or defect
lacerate
To tear rudely or raggedly;, deeply hurt the feelings of
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sat vocabularies 6
absurd
attribute
bucolic
chic
...
...
...
absurd
attribute
...
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SAT Vocabulary #6
prehistoric
byzantine
adroit
conscientious
Before written history
excessively complicated, typically involving a great deal of…
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind
characterized by extreme care and great effort
prehistoric
Before written history
byzantine
excessively complicated, typically involving a great deal of…
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SAT Vocabulary 6
abundant (adj)
angular (adj)
assent (v)
brusque (adj)
occurring in profusion; easily and often found
having sharp corners or many angles
to agree
the quality of being short or rude, especially in speech
abundant (adj)
occurring in profusion; easily and often found
angular (adj)
having sharp corners or many angles
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List 6 SAT Vocabulary
amiable
gratis
impartial
jaded
(adj.) friendly, good-natured
(adj/adv) done or given without payment
(adj.) just, unbiased, fair, not taking sides
(adj.) Dulled or wearied by excess or overindulgence.
amiable
(adj.) friendly, good-natured
gratis
(adj/adv) done or given without payment
SAT Vocabulary 6
bicameral... adjective
cosmopolitan... adjective
encroachment... noun
histrionic... adjective
two branches or chambers... our congress is bicameral
sophisticated... some societies are sophisticated
gradual intrusion... us gradually taking over america is an enc…
hysterical, crazy-acting... i can get histrionic
bicameral... adjective
two branches or chambers... our congress is bicameral
cosmopolitan... adjective
sophisticated... some societies are sophisticated
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Week 6 SAT Vocabulary
Belittle
Benevolent
Candid
candor
dismiss as unimportant
well meaning and kindly
truthful and straight-foward
the quality of being open and honest
Belittle
dismiss as unimportant
Benevolent
well meaning and kindly
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SAT Vocabulary List #6
Accede
Brandish
Comprise
Deft
agree or give in to someone else's opinion or request
wave something around aggressively
to include as an ingredient, or to be made up of
skillful in physical movements
Accede
agree or give in to someone else's opinion or request
Brandish
wave something around aggressively
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SAT Vocabulary Week 6
censure
cliché
coercion
cogent
harshly criticize
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition; trite theme; person w…
use of force to compel someone to obey; threat of violence or…
strongly appealing to reason; well argued
censure
harshly criticize
cliché
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition; trite theme; person w…
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SAT Vocabulary Words #6
commodious
compel
complicit
compliment
Roomy, spacious
To force or strongly persuade
Association or participation in a wrongful act
A statement of admiration or praise
commodious
Roomy, spacious
compel
To force or strongly persuade
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SAT Vocabulary, List 6
rivet
harangue
consecrate
torpid
to hold the attention of; something that fastens two parts to…
n. a long, strongly expressed speech or lecture; v. verb... to…
to make sacred, hallow; to set apart for a special purpose
slow and apathetic; inactive, sluggish, dull
rivet
to hold the attention of; something that fastens two parts to…
harangue
n. a long, strongly expressed speech or lecture; v. verb... to…
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5000 SAT Vocabulary #6
anagram
analogous
analogy
analyst
n. The letters of a word or phrase so transposed as to make a…
adj. Corresponding (to some other) in certain respects, as in…
n. Reasoning in which from certain and known relations or res…
n. One who analyzes or makes use of the analytical method
anagram
n. The letters of a word or phrase so transposed as to make a…
analogous
adj. Corresponding (to some other) in certain respects, as in…
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SAT Vocabulary Unit 6
aloof
ardent
cordial
depravity
adj. apart; reserved
adj. intense; passionate; zealous
adj. gracious; heartfelt
n. extreme corruption; wickedness
aloof
adj. apart; reserved
ardent
adj. intense; passionate; zealous
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SAT Vocabulary Week 6
amalgamate
amateurish
ambiguity
ameliorate
to bring or combine together or with something else
lacking professional skill or expertise
unclearness by virtue of having more than one meaning
to make better
amalgamate
to bring or combine together or with something else
amateurish
lacking professional skill or expertise
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SAT Vocabulary List 6 Definitions
catalyst
capitulate
devious
devise
something that causes an event or change to occur
giving up resisting
not straightforward; departing from accepted conduct
form in one's mind; a plan, method, or invention
catalyst
something that causes an event or change to occur
capitulate
giving up resisting
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SAT Vocabulary List 6
Myriad
Accolade
Grandiloquent
Caucus
an extremely large number
an award, an honor; approval, praise
attempting to impress with big words or grand gestures
a meeting of the members of a political party to make decisions
Myriad
an extremely large number
Accolade
an award, an honor; approval, praise
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SAT Prep Week 6 Vocabulary
aloof
anticipate
bear
coherent
withdrawn, standing apart from others (usually as a matter of…
to expect beforehand; to regard something as probable or likely
to produce, to carry; to show; to endure
holding or sticking together; making a logical whole; compreh…
aloof
withdrawn, standing apart from others (usually as a matter of…
anticipate
to expect beforehand; to regard something as probable or likely
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SAT Vocabulary Week 6
censure
cliché
coercion
cogent
harshly criticize
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition; trite theme; person w…
use of force to compel someone to obey; threat of violence or…
strongly appealing to reason; well argued
censure
harshly criticize
cliché
phrase dulled in meaning by repetition; trite theme; person w…
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SAT Vocabulary: Week 6
contemptuous
contingency
convoluted
criterion
lacking respect; scornful
A possible future event that must be prepared for or guarded…
complicated; twisted
standard by which things are judged or measured
contemptuous
lacking respect; scornful
contingency
A possible future event that must be prepared for or guarded…
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SAT Vocabulary 6
myriad
accolade
grandiloquent
caucus
an extremely large number
an award, an honor; approval, praise
attempting to impress with big words or grand gestures
a meeting of the members of a political party to make decisio…
myriad
an extremely large number
accolade
an award, an honor; approval, praise
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SAT Vocabulary 6-6
succor
fowl
runt
prevail
help; relief; assistance
any type of bird; the meat of that bird
undersized; a small animal or person
to be victorious; to persuade
succor
help; relief; assistance
fowl
any type of bird; the meat of that bird
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SAT Vocabulary 6
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
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5000 SAT Vocabulary #6
anagram
analogous
analogy
analyst
n. The letters of a word or phrase so transposed as to make a…
adj. Corresponding (to some other) in certain respects, as in…
n. Reasoning in which from certain and known relations or res…
n. One who analyzes or makes use of the analytical method
anagram
n. The letters of a word or phrase so transposed as to make a…
analogous
adj. Corresponding (to some other) in certain respects, as in…
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SAT Vocabulary #6
myriad
accolade
grandiloquent
caucus
a very great number
An award or honor
Attempting to impress with big words or grand gestures
A private meeting of members of a political party to select c…
myriad
a very great number
accolade
An award or honor
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SAT Vocabulary List 6
ambiguous
salient
appellation
lithe
Part of Speech: adjective... Definition: open to more than one…
Part of Speech: adjective... Definition: very important or noti…
Part of Speech: noun... Definition: a name or title.... Example:…
Part of Speech: adjective ... Definition: (especially a person'…
ambiguous
Part of Speech: adjective... Definition: open to more than one…
salient
Part of Speech: adjective... Definition: very important or noti…
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SAT Vocabulary List #6
fallacious
intangible
solicit
flagrant
misleading, deceptive
airy, elusive
to entreat, respectfully request, entice
bold, obvious
fallacious
misleading, deceptive
intangible
airy, elusive
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SAT #6 Vocabulary
to plead in favor of
holding fast; holding together firmly
artistic; dealing with or capable of a…
to arouse to action
advocate
tenacious
aesthetic
incite
to plead in favor of
advocate
holding fast; holding together firmly
tenacious
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SAT Vocabulary Set #6
xenophile
sanguine
loquacious
incognito
A person who is attracted to foreign people, cultures, or cus…
Cheerfully optimistic, hopeful or confident; reddish; ruddy (…
Characterized by excessive talk; garrulous; wordy (adjective)
With one's identity hidden, disguised or unknown (adjective)
xenophile
A person who is attracted to foreign people, cultures, or cus…
sanguine
Cheerfully optimistic, hopeful or confident; reddish; ruddy (…
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SAT Vocabulary List #6
admonish
buffoon
capricious
delineate
To caution or advise against something
a clown; a fool
Changing suddenly, fickle
to describe or picture in words; to detail.
admonish
To caution or advise against something
buffoon
a clown; a fool
SAT Vocabulary List 6
pervasive
cryptic
inherent
altruistic
spread throughout every part
mysterious, hidden, having a secret meaning
fixed from the beginning
unselfishly generous, concerned about others
pervasive
spread throughout every part
cryptic
mysterious, hidden, having a secret meaning
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