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English 10 Honors SAT Vocabulary
epiphany
indigent
expurgate
facetious
(n.) a sudden, intuitive perception of the essential meaning…
(adj.) very poor
(v.) to amend by removing words, passages, etc. to be deemed…
(adj.) note meant to be taken seriously or literally
epiphany
(n.) a sudden, intuitive perception of the essential meaning…
indigent
(adj.) very poor
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English vocabulary sat 10
Creed
Enumerate
Infirmity
Latent
A faith or religious belief
Mention one by one (number of things)
Physical or mental weakness
Hidden or concealed
Creed
A faith or religious belief
Enumerate
Mention one by one (number of things)
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English SAT Vocabulary 10
Idolatry
Adulterate
Emanate
Garish
Excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
To make impure; to contaminate ... Syn: taint; corrupt... Ant: refi…
To come forth; to send forth ... Syn: rise; emerge
Tasteless gaudy ... Syn: showy; glaring; flashy... Ant: sedate; con…
Idolatry
Excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
Adulterate
To make impure; to contaminate ... Syn: taint; corrupt... Ant: refi…
English 10 SAT Vocabulary
mentor
mundane
bizarre
charlatan
wise advisor
typical of the ordinary
strikingly unusual, fantastic
fake
mentor
wise advisor
mundane
typical of the ordinary
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SAT English 10 Vocabulary
Abased
Acquiesced
Aversion
Benevolent
V. To reduce or lower in rank
V. Submit or comply without protest
N. A strong feeling of dislike
Adj. Characterized by goodwill
Abased
V. To reduce or lower in rank
Acquiesced
V. Submit or comply without protest
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English 10 SAT vocabulary
abstemious
acquiesce
ameliorate
apprise
self-denial
to submit
to relieve
to inform
abstemious
self-denial
acquiesce
to submit
English 10 SAT Vocabulary
Insolent
augment
precursor
charisma
insulting manner of speech
to increase, to make larger
a person or thing that comes before another of the same kind;…
compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion…
Insolent
insulting manner of speech
augment
to increase, to make larger
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English 10 SAT Vocabulary
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
give voting rights
Abhor
hate
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
English 10 SAT Vocabulary
Abstract
Aesthetic
Ambivalent
Alleviate
Relating to or involving general ideas or qualities rather th…
Of or relating to art or beauty.
Simultanious and contradictory attitudes of feelings (as attr…
To make (something) less painful, difficult, or severe.
Abstract
Relating to or involving general ideas or qualities rather th…
Aesthetic
Of or relating to art or beauty.
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SAT Vocabulary-English 10
Brevity
4 types of Sentences
Pithy
Succinct
noun means; briefness or conciseness in speech or writing... Ex:…
-Exclamatory (!)... -Imperative-command(!.)... -Interrogative (?)... -…
(adj.) ... Denotation: Brief and full of meaning and substance... S…
(adj.): clearly and briefly stated... Derivatives:succinctly(adv…
Brevity
noun means; briefness or conciseness in speech or writing... Ex:…
4 types of Sentences
-Exclamatory (!)... -Imperative-command(!.)... -Interrogative (?)... -…
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English- SAT Vocabulary 10
dia
diachronic
diadem
dianoetic
across; through; apart
something happening over time
a jeweled crown or headband worn as a symbol of sovereignty
relating to the operation of the mind through logical rather…
dia
across; through; apart
diachronic
something happening over time
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English- SAT Vocabulary 10
dia
diachronic
diadem
dianoetic
across; through; apart
something happening over time
a jeweled crown or headband worn as a symbol of sovereignty
relating to the operation of the mind through logical rather…
dia
across; through; apart
diachronic
something happening over time
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English 10 SAT Vocabulary Sentences
I could glean ______ pleasure from the…
His disappearance is an _______ that h…
My grandmother was a very religious wo…
The minister called me an upstart when…
vicarious
enigma
adulate
orthodox
I could glean ______ pleasure from the…
vicarious
His disappearance is an _______ that h…
enigma
English SAT Vocabulary: Week 10
Disparity
Emotive
Ethos
Acquitted
contrast, dissimilarity
appealing to or expressing emotion
beliefs or character of a group
to release from blame
Disparity
contrast, dissimilarity
Emotive
appealing to or expressing emotion
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English SAT Prep Vocabulary 10
Dawdle
Berate
Enigmatic
Nebulous
(Verb) To waste time // My mom told me not to dawdle with my…
(Verb) To scold or rebuke severely and at length // After I l…
(Adjective) Puzzling or mysterious // Sasha's mom often calls…
(Adjective) Unclear, hazy // After she had her wisdom teeth t…
Dawdle
(Verb) To waste time // My mom told me not to dawdle with my…
Berate
(Verb) To scold or rebuke severely and at length // After I l…
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English 10 SAT roots/Vocabulary
Dis-
Disavow
Disburden
Disburse
Apart , asunder, away, or having a private negative or revers…
To disclaim responsibility for
To disencumber
To pay out or expand as money from a fund
Dis-
Apart , asunder, away, or having a private negative or revers…
Disavow
To disclaim responsibility for
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English 10 SAT Vocabulary #1-10
aberration
belittle
cache
dearth
noun - deviating from the right path or usual course of actio…
verb - to make something seem less important (downgrade)... ex:…
noun - a hiding place; something hidden in a hiding place... ex:…
noun - shortage (lack)... ex: The dearth of citrus fruits led to…
aberration
noun - deviating from the right path or usual course of actio…
belittle
verb - to make something seem less important (downgrade)... ex:…
SAT VOCABULARY #10
constancy
verify
extrapolate
degradation
the quality of staying the same : lack of change
(v.) to establish the truth or accuracy of, confirm
to form an opinion or to make an estimate about something fro…
the act or process of damaging or ruining something
constancy
the quality of staying the same : lack of change
verify
(v.) to establish the truth or accuracy of, confirm
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English SAT 10 Vocabulary Words
Acumen (n)
Cajole (v)
Egregious (adj)
Paragon (noun)
Keen insight
To urge, coax
Extremely bad (error)
A model of excellence or not perfection
Acumen (n)
Keen insight
Cajole (v)
To urge, coax
English SAT Vocabulary 17-10
Antithesis
Commiserate
Disdain
Evanescent
Direct opposite
To sympathize with
A feeling of contempt for anything that is regarded as unworthy
Gradually disappearing
Antithesis
Direct opposite
Commiserate
To sympathize with
SAT Vocabulary- English 10 H
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
give voting rights
Abhor
hate
Bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
English 10 SAT Vocabulary Words
Vicarious
Enigma
Adulate
Orthodox
adj. experienced or felt by watching, hearing, about, or read…
n. mystery, puzzle adj. mysterious, adv. mysteriously
v. to praise excessively
adj. conservative; fundamental n. the established beliefs of…
Vicarious
adj. experienced or felt by watching, hearing, about, or read…
Enigma
n. mystery, puzzle adj. mysterious, adv. mysteriously
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English SAT vocabulary 1-10
Aberration
Belittle
Cache
Dearth
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a me…
To make something seem less important.
A hiding place; something hidden in a hiding place.
Shortage.
Aberration
Deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a me…
Belittle
To make something seem less important.
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English 10 Honors SAT Vocabulary
antiquated
choleric
diorama
fecund
so old as to be useless or unsuitable: obsolete
easily angered
a three-dimensional miniature with modeled figures and a pain…
intellectually productive
antiquated
so old as to be useless or unsuitable: obsolete
choleric
easily angered
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English 10 SAT Vocabulary 1
Aberration
Acerbic
Acquiesce
antipathy
Something different from the usual
Bitter, sharp in taste or temper
To agree; to comply quietly
dislike hostility extreme opposition or aversion
Aberration
Something different from the usual
Acerbic
Bitter, sharp in taste or temper
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SAT English Vocabulary List 10
Halcyon
Zenith
Nadir
Oblique
Peaceful, blissful, carefree
Highest point
Lowest point
Not direct
Halcyon
Peaceful, blissful, carefree
Zenith
Highest point
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english 10 SAT vocabulary 1
admonish
castigate
chastise
curtail
express disapproval gently
reprimand severely
punish;criticize severely
shorten
admonish
express disapproval gently
castigate
reprimand severely
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English 10 SAT Vocabulary Words
insolent
augment
precursor
charisma
presumptuous and insulting manner of speech
to increase, to make larger
one that precedes and indicates or announces another
a special quality of personal magnetism
insolent
presumptuous and insulting manner of speech
augment
to increase, to make larger
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English III SAT Vocabulary #10
Tryst (N)
Truism (N)
Efficacious (Adj)
Placid (Adj)
An appointment to meet, especially a secret meeting between l…
A undoubtedly or self evident truth
Effective; producing a desired effect
Pleasantly calm or peaceful l; unruffled
Tryst (N)
An appointment to meet, especially a secret meeting between l…
Truism (N)
A undoubtedly or self evident truth
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SAT english vocabulary 10-12
affable
bolster
expletive
idiomatic
friendly and easy to talk to
support or strengthen
an oath or swear word
peculiar to or characteristic of a particular language or dia…
affable
friendly and easy to talk to
bolster
support or strengthen
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[English] SAT Vocabulary Set #10
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
(v.) to accept without protest, to agree or submit
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked disapprovingly
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest, to agree or submit
allure
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
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English 11 - SAT Words #10
adversity
conflagration
confounding
cryptic
hardship, misfortune
a large, destructive fire
puzzling; baffling
having a secret or hidden meaning
adversity
hardship, misfortune
conflagration
a large, destructive fire
SAT vocabulary words Benere english 10
Asylum
circuitous
Clairvoyant
Convergence
a temporary refuge granted political offenders, ... especially i…
roundabout; not direct
having or to have the power to see objects beyond "natural" s…
act or tendency to meet in a point or line
Asylum
a temporary refuge granted political offenders, ... especially i…
circuitous
roundabout; not direct
English 10 SAT Vocabulary week #2
Antecedent
Elude
Incorrigible
Diplomatic
what came before
escape from; avoid
incapable of being corrected or improved
tactful, sensitive, polite
Antecedent
what came before
Elude
escape from; avoid
English 10 SAT vocabulary week 6
Contingency
Deficit
Hierarchy
Hospitable
A possible future event to be prepared for or guarded against
Lack, shortage
Ranking, classification
Welcoming, friendly
Contingency
A possible future event to be prepared for or guarded against
Deficit
Lack, shortage
English 10 SAT Vocabulary Week 7
Catalyst
Affluent
Explicit
Exploit
something that brings about a change in something else
wealthy
definite, clearly stated
a daring act of courage; also used as to
Catalyst
something that brings about a change in something else
Affluent
wealthy
English 10 SAT vocabulary week 5
Equitable
Derogatory
Apparatus
Arbitrary
fair; equal; just
Insulting; disrespecting
Device; equipment
Random
Equitable
fair; equal; just
Derogatory
Insulting; disrespecting
English 10 SAT vocabulary week 3
Atypical
Comply
Comprehensive
Devoid
not normal
go along with rules
thorough
lacking
Atypical
not normal
Comply
go along with rules
English 10 SAT Vocabulary- Week 19
Lucid
Pragmatic
Remote
Sensational
clear, easily understood
practical
distant, far
amazing
Lucid
clear, easily understood
Pragmatic
practical
English SAT Vocabulary Set 10
Belie
Benevolent
Bolster
Braggart
Contradict; give a false impression
Generous; charitable
Support; reinforce
Boaster
Belie
Contradict; give a false impression
Benevolent
Generous; charitable
English 10- SAT Vocabulary Week 16
Irony
Notorious
Profane
Regressive
difference between what is expected and what actually happens
famous for something bad
not sacred or religious
backward-looking, becoming less advanced
Irony
difference between what is expected and what actually happens
Notorious
famous for something bad
English 10: Unit 9 SAT Vocabulary
Allocate
Ardent
Assiduous
Brash
verb; to set apart for a special purpose; to distribute
verb; very enthusiastic, impassioned
Adjective; Persistent, attentive
Adjective; Prone to act in a hasty manner; impudent
Allocate
verb; to set apart for a special purpose; to distribute
Ardent
verb; very enthusiastic, impassioned
English 10- SAT vocabulary week 8
Efface
Discredit
Discrepancy
Florid
Erase; wipe out
Harm someone's reputation
Difference; lack of agreement
1. Having a red or flushed face 2. Flowery, elaborate
Efface
Erase; wipe out
Discredit
Harm someone's reputation
English 10-- SAT Vocabulary Week 4
Discount
Discourse
Apathetic
Charismatic
reduce in price; ignore;disregard
written or spoken communication or debate
lacking interest
charming
Discount
reduce in price; ignore;disregard
Discourse
written or spoken communication or debate
English 10- SAT vocabulary week #1
Acclaim
Convoluted
Criterion
Deter
praise
complicated;twisted
standard by which things are judged or measured
prevent;discourage
Acclaim
praise
Convoluted
complicated;twisted
English 10- SAT Week 15- Vocabulary
Inudate
Nonchalant
Perennial
Rectify
flood, overwhelm
lack of concern
long-lasting, continual
put right, correct
Inudate
flood, overwhelm
Nonchalant
lack of concern
English 10- SAT vocabulary Week 20
Lurid
Opportunist
Renounce
Subjugate
Sensational, shocking
A person who takes advantage of opportunities, often unethica…
Reject, abandon
Conquer, dominate, control
Lurid
Sensational, shocking
Opportunist
A person who takes advantage of opportunities, often unethica…
English 10- SAT Vocabulary Week 18
Lofty
Poignant
Remission
Scope
majestic, noble
emotionally touching
reduction or decrease, particularly of a debt or medical symp…
opportunity, possibility
Lofty
majestic, noble
Poignant
emotionally touching
English 10- SAT Vocabulary Week 17
Laborious
Procure
Rejuvenate
Stock
Involving hard work
Get or provide
Make young again
Standard, usual, automatic
Laborious
Involving hard work
Procure
Get or provide
English 10- SAT Week 14 vocabulary
Integrity
Nebulous
Recourse
Stagnant
honestly, dignity
vague, cloudy
the act of turning to someone or something for assistance
not moving
Integrity
honestly, dignity
Nebulous
vague, cloudy
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