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11 terms
Princeton Review SAT Hit Parade Words: Are you talkin' to me?
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
completely honest; straightfoward
inference; guesswork
instructive
showing excessive emotion; overflowing
candid
completely honest; straightfoward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
11 terms
Lesson 20 SAT Vocabulary: "How Wonderful You Are!"
esteem
extol
laud
acclaim
to hold in great respect; to value highly
to praise highly; synonym of laud
to praise highly; synonym of extol
to express strong praise, to give recognition, to hail
esteem
to hold in great respect; to value highly
extol
to praise highly; synonym of laud
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SAT: ARE YOU TALKIN ' TO ME
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
Completely honest, straightforward
inference; guesswork
instructive
A mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
candid
Completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
inference; guesswork
11 terms
Sat you are sorry
Absoleved
Concede
Contrition
Implore
Free from guilt or blame
To give in or surrender
Deep regret for doing something wrong
To beg
Absoleved
Free from guilt or blame
Concede
To give in or surrender
11 terms
Hit Parade: "Are You Talkin' to Me?"
assertion
cogent
coherent
cohesive
a declaration or a statement... "We could not believe John's as…
convincing; reasonable... "Christina's argument was so cogent t…
logically connected... "The old prospector's story was not cohe…
condition of sticking together... "Eric's essay was cohesive be…
assertion
a declaration or a statement... "We could not believe John's as…
cogent
convincing; reasonable... "Christina's argument was so cogent t…
28 terms
SAT Vocabulary-The Hit Parade
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicity
depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
247 terms
SAT Vocabulary - SAT Hit Parade
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not caring one way or the other
lack of emotion or interest
unclear
unbaised
indifferent
not caring one way or the other
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary- Week 1 Day 1- "Are you talkin' to me?"
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Effusive
Completely honest; straightforward
Inference; guesswork
Instructive
Showing excessive emotion; overflowing
Candid
Completely honest; straightforward
Conjecture
Inference; guesswork
11 terms
SAT Vocabulary Day 1: Are You Talkin' to Me?
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
Completely honest, straightforward
Inference; guesswork
Instructive
Showing excessive emotion; overflowing
candid
Completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
Inference; guesswork
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SAT how wonderful you are
Acclaim
Accolade
Adulate
Esteem
To express strong approval or praise ; hail
An award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
To praise or flatter too greatly ; fawn over
To value highly ; to have great regard for
Acclaim
To express strong approval or praise ; hail
Accolade
An award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
1,019 terms
SAT Vocabulary - SAT Hit Parade
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not caring one way or the other
lack of emotion or interest
unclear
unbaised
indifferent
not caring one way or the other
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
249 terms
Hit Parade SAT Vocabulary
abase
abstruse
acumen
adroit
to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem
difficult to understand
quickness and accuracy of judgement
dextrous
abase
to lower in rank, prestige, or esteem
abstruse
difficult to understand
12 terms
Princeton SAT Vocabulary Week 1- "Are you talking to me?"
assertion
clarity
cogent
coherent
a declaration or statement... "we could not believe John's asser…
clearness in thought or expression ... "Carol spoke with such cl…
convincing; reasonable ... "his argument was so cogent that even…
logically connected ... "his story was no coherent; he rambled o…
assertion
a declaration or statement... "we could not believe John's asser…
clarity
clearness in thought or expression ... "Carol spoke with such cl…
11 terms
SAT - Are you talking to me?
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Effusive
completely honest, straightforward
inference, guesswork
instructive
showing excessive emotion; overflowing
Candid
completely honest, straightforward
Conjecture
inference, guesswork
150 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hit List
engender
vitiate
pacify
dearth
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
to ease the anger or agitation of; calm someone down
a scarce supply; a lack; lack
engender
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
vitiate
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
150 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hit List
engender
vitiate
pacify
dearth
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
to ease the anger or agitation of; calm someone down
a scarce supply; a lack; lack
engender
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
vitiate
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
150 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hit List
engender
vitiate
pacify
dearth
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
to ease the anger or agitation of; calm someone down
a scarce supply; a lack; lack
engender
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
vitiate
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
15 terms
SAT Hit Parade vocabulary
Depict
Controversy
Undermine
Advocate
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert
to support or urge by argument, especially pubically
Depict
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
Controversy
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
150 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hit List
engender
vitiate
pacify
dearth
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
to ease the anger or agitation of; calm someone down
a scarce supply; a lack; lack
engender
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
vitiate
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
8 terms
SAT: Are you talkin' to me?
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Effusive
Honest
Inference
Instructive
Showing emotion
Candid
Honest
Conjecture
Inference
59 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hit List
tenacious
nostalgia
pragmatic
esoteric
tough; hard to defeat
a sentimental longing for the past; homesickness
practical; down to earth; based on experience rather than the…
hard to understand; understood by only a select few
tenacious
tough; hard to defeat
nostalgia
a sentimental longing for the past; homesickness
150 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hit List
engender
vitiate
pacify
dearth
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
to ease the anger or agitation of; calm someone down
a scarce supply; a lack; lack
engender
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
vitiate
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
150 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hit List
engender
vitiate
pacify
dearth
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
to ease the anger or agitation of; calm someone down
a scarce supply; a lack; lack
engender
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
vitiate
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
150 terms
SAT Vocabulary Hit List
engender
vitiate
pacify
dearth
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
to ease the anger or agitation of; calm someone down
a scarce supply; a lack; lack
engender
to bring into existence; give rise to; cause to exist
vitiate
to reduce the value or impair the quality of; make impure
248 terms
SAT Vocabulary [Hit List]
Depict (v)
Controversy (n)
Undermine (v)
Advocate (v)
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument... Example: con…
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicly... Example:…
Depict (v)
to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
Controversy (n)
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument... Example: con…
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Hit Parade (Are You Talkin' To Me?)
Assertion
Cogent
Coherent
Cohesive
A declaration or statement
Convincing; reasonable
Logically connected
Condition of sticking together
Assertion
A declaration or statement
Cogent
Convincing; reasonable
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Hit parade- Are you talking to me?
Assertion
Cogent
Coherent
Cohesive
A declaration or statement
Convincing; reasonable
Logically connected
Condition of sticking together
Assertion
A declaration or statement
Cogent
Convincing; reasonable
Hit Parade - Are you talking to me?
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
completely honest, straightforward ... Candice's candidness over…
inference; guesswork ... At this point, Kimaya's hypothesis abou…
instructive... The tapes were entertaining and didactic; they bo…
a mild, indirect or vague term substituting for a harsh, blun…
candid
completely honest, straightforward ... Candice's candidness over…
conjecture
inference; guesswork ... At this point, Kimaya's hypothesis abou…
11 terms
Sat Are you talking to me.
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Effusive
Honest, straightforward
Guesswork, infer
Instructive
Overflowing, exessive emotion
Candid
Honest, straightforward
Conjecture
Guesswork, infer
11 terms
SAT Are You Talkin' to Me
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Effusive
Honest.
Guess.
Instructive.
Overflowing.
Candid
Honest.
Conjecture
Guess.
11 terms
The Hit Parade: Are You Talkin' To Me?
assertion
cognet
coherent
cohesive
a declaration or statement ... "We could not believe John's asse…
convincing; reasonable ... "Christina's argument was so cognet t…
logically connected... "The old prospector's story was not coher…
condition of sticking together... "Eric's essay was cohesive bec…
assertion
a declaration or statement ... "We could not believe John's asse…
cognet
convincing; reasonable ... "Christina's argument was so cognet t…
611 terms
SAT Direst Hit Vocabulary
ambivalent
anomaly
atypical
sarcastic
模棱两可的
不规则的,异常的
不规则的,异常的
讽刺的
ambivalent
模棱两可的
anomaly
不规则的,异常的
39 terms
The Hit Parade: SAT vocabulary
pragmatic (most common)
ambivalent (most common)
reticence (most common)
reticent (most common)
adj... practical, sensible, logical
adj... simultaneously experiencing opposing feelings, uncertain
n-... the quality or state of keeping silent; reserve
adj... not willing to tell people about things; inclined to be s…
pragmatic (most common)
adj... practical, sensible, logical
ambivalent (most common)
adj... simultaneously experiencing opposing feelings, uncertain
25 terms
Vocabulary (The sat hit parade)
Provocative
Advocate
Arrogant
Contempt
Exciting (On the one hand it was blamed as provocative, on th…
To support (Be an advocate of her privacy, not her identifica…
Snooty (You tried to tell me, but I was too arrogant to belie…
Reproachful (It also indicates how much contempt might be ass…
Provocative
Exciting (On the one hand it was blamed as provocative, on th…
Advocate
To support (Be an advocate of her privacy, not her identifica…
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"Hit Parade" SAT Vocabulary
Contempt
Disparage
Futile
Tenacious
the feeling that a person or thing is beneath consideration;…
regard or represent as being of little worth
Incapable of producing any useless result; pointless
Tending to keep a firm hold of something; clinging or adherin…
Contempt
the feeling that a person or thing is beneath consideration;…
Disparage
regard or represent as being of little worth
14 terms
SAT "Hit Parade" Vocabulary
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
v. to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words…
n. a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
v. to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
v. to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
depict
v. to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words…
controversy
n. a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
SAT Hit Parade/Vocabulary
Depict (depicition)
Controversy (controversial)
Undermine
Advocate (advocacy)
(V.) to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in wor…
(N.) a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
(V.) to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
(V.) to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
Depict (depicition)
(V.) to represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in wor…
Controversy (controversial)
(N.) a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
58 terms
The Hit Parade: Are you talkin to me?-Overkill.
Assertion
Cogent
Coherent
Cohesive
A declaration or statement
Convincing, reasonable
Logically connected
Condition of sticking together
Assertion
A declaration or statement
Cogent
Convincing, reasonable
13 terms
The Hit Parade: Are You Talkin' To Me?
assertion
clarity
cogent
coherent
a declaration or statement
clearness in thought or expression
convincing; reasonable
logically connected
assertion
a declaration or statement
clarity
clearness in thought or expression
247 terms
SAT Vocabulary - SAT Hit Parade
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not caring one way or the other
lack of emotion or interest
unclear
unbaised
indifferent
not caring one way or the other
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
623 terms
SAT Vocabulary - SAT Hit Parade
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not caring one way or the other
lack of emotion or interest
unclear
unbaised
indifferent
not caring one way or the other
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
247 terms
SAT Vocabulary - SAT Hit Parade
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not caring one way or the other
lack of emotion or interest
unclear
unbaised
indifferent
not caring one way or the other
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
247 terms
SAT Vocabulary - SAT Hit Parade
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
not caring one way or the other
lack of emotion or interest
unclear
unbaised
indifferent
not caring one way or the other
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
12 terms
Hit Parade Vocabulary Lists 7 and 8- "You Are so Beautiful", "Overkill"
Embellish
Florid
Opulent
Ostentatious
Make more attractive
Flowery; excessively ornate; showy
Wealthy, rich, or affluent
Intended to attract notice
Embellish
Make more attractive
Florid
Flowery; excessively ornate; showy
30 terms
Vocabulary Were are you?
corner
entrance
firefigther
fire station
the point or angle formed when two lines or surfaces meet.
a door, gate, etc., by which you can enter a building or place.
someone whose job is to stop fires and to save people and pro…
a building where equipment used to stop fires is kept and whe…
corner
the point or angle formed when two lines or surfaces meet.
entrance
a door, gate, etc., by which you can enter a building or place.
11 terms
SAT Words: How Wonderful You Are
esteem
extol
laud
acclaim
to hold in great respect, to value highly
to praise highly
to praise highly
to express strong praise, to give up recognition, to hail
esteem
to hold in great respect, to value highly
extol
to praise highly
12 terms
Hit Parade (You're so Vain & You are so Beautiful)
Condesending
Disparity
Impinge
Sanction
Treating people as weak or inferior
Inequality in age, rank, or degree
Hinder; interfere with
An economic or military measure put in place to punish anothe…
Condesending
Treating people as weak or inferior
Disparity
Inequality in age, rank, or degree
9 terms
List 1: Are you talkin' to me? (SAT Vocab)
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphemism
(adj) completely honest, straightforward... Because she was ___…
(n) inference; guesswork... Kim's hypothesis is still ______; s…
(adj) instructive... Barney is both entertaining and _____; the…
(n) a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh,…
candid
(adj) completely honest, straightforward... Because she was ___…
conjecture
(n) inference; guesswork... Kim's hypothesis is still ______; s…
11 terms
Hot SAT Words-Lesson 19-How wonderful you are!
acclaim
accolade
exalt
laud
v. to express strong approval or praise; hail
an award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
to praise or glorify; to lift up status, dignity, power
v. to praise; extol
acclaim
v. to express strong approval or praise; hail
accolade
an award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
11 terms
SAT VOCAB-- ARE YOU TALKIN' TO ME?
candid
conjecture
didactic
effusive
straightforward
guesswork
instructive
showing excessive emotion
candid
straightforward
conjecture
guesswork
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