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726 terms
SAT Low Frequency Vocabulary
ABERRATION
ABRASIVE
ABSOLVE
ABSTEMIOUS
a departure from the correct method
aggressive or annoying
to free from guilt
moderate in eating or drinking
ABERRATION
a departure from the correct method
ABRASIVE
aggressive or annoying
12 terms
High Frequency Vocabulary of SAT
abash
abate
acerbity
acrid
(v./adj./adv./n.)
(v.) To ​become less ​strong.
(n.) used to ​describe something that is ​spoken or written i…
(adj.) An acrid ​smell or ​taste is ​strong and ​bitter and ​…
abash
(v./adj./adv./n.)
abate
(v.) To ​become less ​strong.
306 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words By Frequency
predict
neglect
avoid
substance
to foretell or estimate
to disregard
to keep from doing
a material with distinct properties
predict
to foretell or estimate
neglect
to disregard
64 terms
SAT Vocabulary by Frequency
reticent (adjective)
circumvent (verb)
partisan (noun/adjective)
pedant (noun)
not revealing ones thoughts or feelings easy
to find away around; avoid
noun- strong supporter of a party or cause... adjective- strongl…
someone obsessed with minute details or rules
reticent (adjective)
not revealing ones thoughts or feelings easy
circumvent (verb)
to find away around; avoid
28 terms
High frequency SAT vocabulary
Ephemeral
Esoteric
alleviate
mitigate
brief (not long lasting)
beyond normal human understanding
to make better (relieve pain)
to make better (relieve pain)
Ephemeral
brief (not long lasting)
Esoteric
beyond normal human understanding
40 terms
SAT [Highly Frequency Vocabulary]
Accentuate
Adament
Adhere
Affront
To make more noticeable or prominent
Refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
To stick to something, to attach firmly to something
To insult especially to the face by behavior or language
Accentuate
To make more noticeable or prominent
Adament
Refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
130 terms
SAT High Frequency Vocabulary
aberrant
abstract
accolade
acquiesce
abnormal
theoretical
award
agree
aberrant
abnormal
abstract
theoretical
20 terms
SAT Frequency List #17
Impregnable
Incidental
Incontrovertible
Indefatigable
Impregnable
Incidental
156 terms
SAT High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
To shorten by omissions while retaining the basic contents.
Sparing or moderate in eating and drinking; temperate in diet.
Thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects, o…
Hard to understand; recondite; esoteric.
Abridge
To shorten by omissions while retaining the basic contents.
Abstemious
Sparing or moderate in eating and drinking; temperate in diet.
20 terms
SAT High Frequency #14
To repel
Reprehensible
Reprimand
Reprove
To repel
Reprehensible
25 terms
SAT High Frequency words #2
Augment
Austere
Authoritarian
Autonomous
Augment
Austere
46 terms
SAT Medium Frequency Vocabulary: Part III
INDIGNANT
INEPT
INNOVATION
INSCRUTABLE
expressing strong displeasure
without skill
something new
incapable of being analyzed
INDIGNANT
expressing strong displeasure
INEPT
without skill
20 terms
SAT High Frequency List #10
Intervene
Intimidate
Intrepid
Inundate
To get in the middle
To scare someone
Fearless
To flood or overwhelm
Intervene
To get in the middle
Intimidate
To scare someone
45 terms
SAT Medium Frequency Vocabulary: Part IV
PRECOCIOUS
PRECURSOR
PREDILECTION
PRESUMPTUOUS
exhibiting skill or intelligence at an early age
a thing or person which comes before another
preference
making assumptions
PRECOCIOUS
exhibiting skill or intelligence at an early age
PRECURSOR
a thing or person which comes before another
20 terms
SAT High Frequency List #8
1. Hamper
2. Hardy
3. Haughtiness
4. Hedonist
to obstruct
Able to stand inclement weather
Arrogance
pleasure seeker
1. Hamper
to obstruct
2. Hardy
Able to stand inclement weather
12 terms
English SAT high frequency vocabulary
Peruse
Ponderous
Pragmatic
Precept
To read or examine closely
Large, heavy, dull, boring, and labored
Practical (as opposed to theoretical)
Rule guiding conduct or action
Peruse
To read or examine closely
Ponderous
Large, heavy, dull, boring, and labored
12 terms
SAT high frequency vocabulary #2
Predetermined
Predilection
Prerequisite
Profound
Decided in advance
Preference, liking, tendency to favor
Something required as a qualification
Deep
Predetermined
Decided in advance
Predilection
Preference, liking, tendency to favor
26 terms
SAT vocabulary- high frequency 2
Braggart
Brevity
Cajole
Capricious
N. Boaster
N. Conciseness
V. To urge gently
Adj. unpredictable
Braggart
N. Boaster
Brevity
N. Conciseness
102 terms
SAT High-Frequency Vocabulary List
ascendancy
ascetic
astute
braggart
controlling influence; domination
practicing self-denial; austere
wise; shrewd; keen
boaster
ascendancy
controlling influence; domination
ascetic
practicing self-denial; austere
365 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
25 terms
SAT High Frequency List #1
[Animosity]
[Ambiguous]
[Altruistic]
[Advocate]
1. active enmity
2. Unclear
3. Generous
4. To plead for
[Animosity]
1. active enmity
[Ambiguous]
2. Unclear
20 terms
SAT High Frequency List #18
To meander
Mercenary
Mercurial
Mirth
To meander
Mercenary
20 terms
SAT High Frequency List #16
Aviary
To beguile
To bequeath
Bleak
Aviary
To beguile
20 terms
SAT High Frequency List #20
Verbose
Vigor
Vilify
To vindicate
Verbose
Vigor
798 terms
High Frequency SAT Vocabulary-7/15
abate
aberrant
abrasive
abridge
to subside or moderate
abnormal, unusual
rubbing away; harsh
condense or shorten
abate
to subside or moderate
aberrant
abnormal, unusual
370 terms
SAT High Frequency Words
abridge
abstemious
abstract
abstruse
shorten
moderate
theoretical
complicated
abridge
shorten
abstemious
moderate
20 terms
SAT High Frequency Word List #15
To abate
Accolade
Acquiesce
Acrid
To decrease
An award of merit
To give in
Bitter
To abate
To decrease
Accolade
An award of merit
365 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
240 terms
SAT/ACT Vocabulary High Frequency Words
aberrant
aberration
abet
abeyance
Markedly different from an accepted norm
deviation from a right, customary, or prescribed course
To aid, promote, or encourage the commission of (an offense).
A state of suspension or temporary inaction.
aberrant
Markedly different from an accepted norm
aberration
deviation from a right, customary, or prescribed course
370 terms
SAT High Frequency Words
abridge
abstemious
abstract
abstruse
shorten
moderate
theoretical
complicated
abridge
shorten
abstemious
moderate
10 terms
Madron Honors English SAT-High Frequency Vocabulary
Placid
Phlegmatic
Obstrusive
Mitigated
peaceful
calm; imperturbable
easily seen; 'sticking out'
made less severe
Placid
peaceful
Phlegmatic
calm; imperturbable
25 terms
SAT High Frequency List #7
Expedite
Explicit
Exploit
Extol
to bring about quickly
Totally clear
To make use of
To praise
Expedite
to bring about quickly
Explicit
Totally clear
100 terms
SAT High Frequency Vocabulary Set 1
abate
aberrant
abrasive
abridge
subside or moderate
abnormal or deviant
rubbing away
condense or shorten
abate
subside or moderate
aberrant
abnormal or deviant
20 terms
SAT High Frequency List #9
Incisive
Incite
Inclusive
Incongrous
Cutting sharp
arouse to action
Tending to include all
Not matching or absurd
Incisive
Cutting sharp
Incite
arouse to action
28 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words by Frequency Part 1
predict
neglect
avoid
substance
to foretell or estimate
to disregard; to fail to take care of... the state of being unca…
to keep from doing; to prevent from happening; to keep away f…
a material with distinct properties... base in reality; validity…
predict
to foretell or estimate
neglect
to disregard; to fail to take care of... the state of being unca…
15 terms
Vocabulary 2: High Frequency SAT Words
affable
audacious
capriciously
commiserated
cooperative, agreeable, goodnatured
brave, daring, and/or adventurous
impulsive and careless manner
feel or express pity of empathy for another
affable
cooperative, agreeable, goodnatured
audacious
brave, daring, and/or adventurous
25 terms
SAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 2
Conditional
Conformist
Conundrum
Convergence
Depending on or containing a condition
Someone who conforms to established standards of conduct
A difficult problem
The act of converging (coming closer)
Conditional
Depending on or containing a condition
Conformist
Someone who conforms to established standards of conduct
20 terms
Vocabulary 1: High Frequency SAT Words
abate
aberrant
abeyance
abscond
to lower, reduce, subside, or limit
unusual, rare abnormal, deviant
put on hold; suspend action
run away, escape persecution, depart secretly; usually to avo…
abate
to lower, reduce, subside, or limit
aberrant
unusual, rare abnormal, deviant
367 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
24 terms
SAT High Frequency Vocabulary List 1
abate
abdicate
aberration
abstain
Become less in amount or intensity
give up, such as power
a condition different from the norm
choose not to consume
abate
Become less in amount or intensity
abdicate
give up, such as power
367 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
365 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
365 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking, adj…
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure, a.难解的,深奥的
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking, adj…
365 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
364 terms
SAT Vocabulary High Frequency Word List
abridge
abstemious
abstract
abstruse
v. condense or shorten
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate
adj. theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
adj. obscure; profound; difficult to understand
abridge
v. condense or shorten
abstemious
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate
365 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
365 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
370 terms
SAT High Frequency Words - Daily Words
abridge
abstemious
abstract
abstruse
condense or shorten
স্বল্পাহারী... MODERATE IN APPETITE... Self denying; refraining fr…
theoretical
complicated
abridge
condense or shorten
abstemious
স্বল্পাহারী... MODERATE IN APPETITE... Self denying; refraining fr…
365 terms
SAT Vocabulary: High-Frequency Word List
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Abstruse
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
Abridge
(v.) shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without l…
Abstemious
(adj.) not self-indulgent, esp. when eating and drinking
78 terms
SAT Week 2 High Frequency Vocabulary
ethereal
evanescent
excerpt
explicate
extremely delicate and refined, almost heavenly
vanishing, fading quickly, short-lived
passage or quotation taken from a book; an extract
to explain in detail
ethereal
extremely delicate and refined, almost heavenly
evanescent
vanishing, fading quickly, short-lived
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