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EHS Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 16
ardent
avid
ebullient
effervescent
full of passion and emotion
showing enthusiasm; ardent
filled with a bubbly excitement, as if boiling over with exci…
lively; full of uplifted spirit; vivacious
ardent
full of passion and emotion
avid
showing enthusiasm; ardent
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EHS Hot Words for the SAT Lesson 16
ardent
avid
ebullient
effervescent
full of passion and emotion
showing enthusiasm; ardent
filled with a bubbly excitement, as if boiling over with exci…
lively; full of uplifted spirit; vivacious
ardent
full of passion and emotion
avid
showing enthusiasm; ardent
528 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstract
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate. Concerned whe…
adj. Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational. To him,…
abate
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
abridge
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
86 terms
SAT Official Vocabulary #1
accolade
allusion
ambivalence
analogy
praise
indirect reference
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
comparison
accolade
praise
allusion
indirect reference
100 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary
abbreviate (v)
abstinence (n)
adulation (n)
adversity (n)
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate (v)
to shorten, abridge
abstinence (n)
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eating…
Official SAT Vocabulary List
Aesthetic
ambivalent
anecdote
belied
a set of principles underlying and guiding the work of a part…
having mixed feelings about someone or something; being unabl…
A short account of a particular incident or event, especially…
to show to be false; contradict; to misrepresent
Aesthetic
a set of principles underlying and guiding the work of a part…
ambivalent
having mixed feelings about someone or something; being unabl…
100 terms
Official Tests SAT Vocabulary
ENJOIN
SANCTION
FACILE
PUNCTILIOUS
(v.) to direct or order; to prohibit
V. TO APPROVE; RATIFY; PERMIT, N. ; RATIFICATION; PENALIZE
(adj.) easily done or attained; superficial; easily shown but…
(adj.) very careful and exact, attentive to fine points of et…
ENJOIN
(v.) to direct or order; to prohibit
SANCTION
V. TO APPROVE; RATIFY; PERMIT, N. ; RATIFICATION; PENALIZE
528 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstract
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate. Concerned whe…
adj. Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational. To him,…
abate
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
abridge
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
528 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary List
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstract
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
adj. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate. Concerned whe…
adj. Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational. To him,…
abate
v. subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately…
abridge
v. condense or shorten, Because the publishers felt the publi…
#New Sat Vocabulary OFFICIAL
Abnormal
Absorb
Discreet
Elaborate .v
Unusual, deviating from normal, aberrant
To soak up or drink in
Careful, unnoticeable to avoid offense or draw attention, cau…
Explain in more detail
Abnormal
Unusual, deviating from normal, aberrant
Absorb
To soak up or drink in
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SAT Vocabulary Official Guide
folly
artistry
foresight
intricate
foolish or senseless behavior
a superior skill learned by study and practice and observation
ability to foresee future happenings; prudence in providing f…
Complicated; difficult to understand
folly
foolish or senseless behavior
artistry
a superior skill learned by study and practice and observation
253 terms
Hot Vocabulary Words for the SAT
brevity
concise
laconic
pithy
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
using few words in speaking or writing
using few words in speech
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
concise
using few words in speaking or writing
51 terms
Official SAT Comprehension Vocabulary Test 2
WISTFUL
EMPHATIC
APOLOGETIC
INVALUABLE
having or showing bad thoughts and feelings about something a…
speaking or acting in a forceful way.
feeling or showing regret; expressing an apology.
extremely valuable or useful.
WISTFUL
having or showing bad thoughts and feelings about something a…
EMPHATIC
speaking or acting in a forceful way.
Official SAT Study Guide Vocabulary
corpulence
redolent
redouble
conciliate
obesity, fatness, bulkiness
having a pleasant odor; suggestive or evocative
make twice as great or intense
to overcome the distrust of, win over; to appease, pacify; to…
corpulence
obesity, fatness, bulkiness
redolent
having a pleasant odor; suggestive or evocative
191 terms
The Official SAT Study Guide Vocabulary
Idiosyncratic
Ossified
Bureaucratization
Unsubstantiated
Peculiar to one person; highly individualized
Become fixed and rigid
A complicated organized system; rules and regulations
Not supported or proven by evidence
Idiosyncratic
Peculiar to one person; highly individualized
Ossified
Become fixed and rigid
191 terms
Official SAT Comprehension Vocabulary Tests 1 to 3
Accolade
Allusion
Ambivalence
Ambivalent
praise
indirect reference
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
unable to decide
Accolade
praise
Allusion
indirect reference
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SAT VOCABULARY LIST OFFICIAL (1)
ambivalence
ambivalent
anomalous
apparition
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
unable to decide
odd; not fitting the pattern
ghost; something that appears
ambivalence
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
ambivalent
unable to decide
58 terms
Official SAT Vocabulary (T. Chung)
Benefactor
Rebellious
Impulsive
Industrious
A person who confers a benieft; kindly helper
Defying or resisting some established authority, goverment, o…
Actuated or swayed by emotional or involuntary impulses
Working energentically and devotedly; hard-working; diligent:…
Benefactor
A person who confers a benieft; kindly helper
Rebellious
Defying or resisting some established authority, goverment, o…
SAT Vocabulary: The Official SAT Study Guide
Ostentatious
Convulted
Capricious
Loquacious
Characterized by vulgar or pretentious display
Extremely complex and difficult to follow
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior
Talkative
Ostentatious
Characterized by vulgar or pretentious display
Convulted
Extremely complex and difficult to follow
Hot SAT words vocabulary
Brevity (pos)
Brevity
Concise (pos)
Concise
Noun
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
Adjective
Using few words in speaking or writing
Brevity (pos)
Noun
Brevity
Briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
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HOT WORDS SAT VOCABULARY !!!!!!
Words Related to Enthusiasms and Passi…
Showing enthusiasms-
Filled with bubbly excitement-
Filled with enthusiasms-
avid, ebullient, fanatical, impassion and vibrant.
avid
ebullient
fanatical
Words Related to Enthusiasms and Passi…
avid, ebullient, fanatical, impassion and vibrant.
Showing enthusiasms-
avid
16 terms
"HOT" SAT Vocabulary Terms
conflagration
decree
devoid
exhilarating
inferno, fire
proclamation, ruling, declaration; an official statement that…
lacking, deficient, without
thrilling, elating
conflagration
inferno, fire
decree
proclamation, ruling, declaration; an official statement that…
28 terms
SAT Official Practice Test Vocabulary
Garnished
Efficacious
Complacent
Abstemious
Decorated
Effective; producing results
Self-satisfied; smug
Eating and drinking in moderation
Garnished
Decorated
Efficacious
Effective; producing results
19 terms
Official Tests SAT Vocabulary 2
IRREPROACHABLE
PERQUISITE
ARBOREAL
VENALITY
blameless; impeccable
a privilege that goes along with a job; a "perk"
living in trees
openness to bribery or corruption
IRREPROACHABLE
blameless; impeccable
PERQUISITE
a privilege that goes along with a job; a "perk"
SAT official practice tests vocabulary
Ostentatious
Convoluted
Jingoism
Venerable
...designed to impress
...extremely complex and difficult to follow
...extreme patriotism
...commanding great respect due to old age or impressive dign…
Ostentatious
...designed to impress
Convoluted
...extremely complex and difficult to follow
201 terms
Hot Words for the SAT - vocabulary
brevity
laconic
pithy
quiescent
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
using few words in speech
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
quiet; still; inactive
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
laconic
using few words in speech
49 terms
Vocabulary Hot Sat List
Fortify
Dictate
Diminutive
Goad
to strengthen
to pronounce, command, prescribe
miniature,small
tourge,to provoke into into
Fortify
to strengthen
Dictate
to pronounce, command, prescribe
25 terms
SAT HOT 100 VOCABULARY
enigma
apathy
indifferent
revere
a riddle
lack of emotion of interest
lack of preference
to honor; to worship
enigma
a riddle
apathy
lack of emotion of interest
77 terms
Official SAT Guide Test 1 Vocabulary
keen
nostalgia
folly
artistry
having a sharp edge; intellectually sharp; perceptive
(n.) a longing for something past; homesickness
lack of good sense; foolishness
creative skill or ability
keen
having a sharp edge; intellectually sharp; perceptive
nostalgia
(n.) a longing for something past; homesickness
SAT Hot Word Vocabulary #1
abhor
bigot
disenfranchise
hamper
regard with disgust and hatred
a person who is intolerant towards those holding different op…
to deprive (a person) of a right of citizenship, as of the ri…
to hold back
abhor
regard with disgust and hatred
bigot
a person who is intolerant towards those holding different op…
605 terms
SAT Vocabulary Official (http://www.majortests.com/sat/wordlist.php)
Accolade
Allusion
Ambivalence
Ambivalent
Praise
Indirect reference
Uncertainy; having mixed feelings
Unable to decide
Accolade
Praise
Allusion
Indirect reference
SAT Vocabulary Hot List 119-140
Temperament
Exasperating
Depose
Avowal
a person's character or natural personality
intensely irritating
remove from office or to testify and give evidence
an open declaration or acknowledgement
Temperament
a person's character or natural personality
Exasperating
intensely irritating
SAT Hot-list Vocabulary Words 101-118
Fortify
Sacrilege
Raucous
Chaos
to make strong; impart strength or rigor to (verb)
the violation or profanation of anything sacred or held sacre…
rowdy; disorderly (adjective)
a state of utter confusion or disorder, a total lack of organ…
Fortify
to make strong; impart strength or rigor to (verb)
Sacrilege
the violation or profanation of anything sacred or held sacre…
Hot Words for the SAT: Vocabulary List #5
quiescent
digress
disdainful
insipid
quiet
to stray from the main subject
full of bitter scorn and pride
lacking interest or flavor
quiescent
quiet
digress
to stray from the main subject
SAT Hot-List Vocabulary Words 119-140
Temperament
Exasperating
Depose
Avowal
a person's character or natural personality (noun)
intensely irritating (adj.)
remove from office or to testify and give evidence (verb)
an open declaration/acknowledgement (noun)
Temperament
a person's character or natural personality (noun)
Exasperating
intensely irritating (adj.)
24 terms
Vocabulary Hot Words for Sat #1&2
brevity
concise
laconic
pithy
the attribute of being brief or fleeting
expressing much in few words
brief and to the point
concise and full of meaning
brevity
the attribute of being brief or fleeting
concise
expressing much in few words
50 terms
Vocabulary 2 (Hot SAT Words) 51-100
abridge
abstemious
banal
baneful
1. (v.) To shorten, to cut down (The publisher thought the di…
(adj.) moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); charact…
dull, commonplace. (The client rejected our proposal because…
(adj.) causing ruin; harmful; pernicious. (A teacher's banefu…
abridge
1. (v.) To shorten, to cut down (The publisher thought the di…
abstemious
(adj.) moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); charact…
30 terms
Hot Words for the SAT: Vocabulary List #5
quiescent
digress
disdainful
insipid
quiet
to stray from the main subject
full of bitter scorn and pride
lacking interest or flavor
quiescent
quiet
digress
to stray from the main subject
139 terms
new SAT vocab revised till 75 from Official SAT Comprehension Vocabulary Tests 1 to 3
Accolade
Allusion
Ambivalence
Ambivalent
praise
indirect reference
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
unable to decide
Accolade
praise
Allusion
indirect reference
139 terms
NEW SAT Vocabulary from Official Comprehension Test 1 to 3 (revised till 75) NEW
ACCOLADE
ALLUSION
AMBIVALENCE
AMBIVALENT
PRAISE
INDIRECT REFERENCE
UNCERTAINTY; HAVING 'MIXED' FEELINGS
UNABLE TO DECIDE
ACCOLADE
PRAISE
ALLUSION
INDIRECT REFERENCE
SAT Vocabulary Hot List with Definitions 141-160
forbearance
vis-a-vis
prudent
detached
patience, restraint, tolerance
in relation to, as compared with
cautious
disconnected, dispassionate,
forbearance
patience, restraint, tolerance
vis-a-vis
in relation to, as compared with
SAT Vocabulary Hot List with. Definitions- 1-20
Patent
Prowess
Pandemonium
Pinnacle
Verb: to establish as one's own... Adjective: readily open to no…
Exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat…
Wild uproar it unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos
The highest or culminating point, as of success, power, fame,…
Patent
Verb: to establish as one's own... Adjective: readily open to no…
Prowess
Exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat…
SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 5: 81-100)
indomitable
officious
pungent
tentative
that cannot be subdued or overcame, as persons, will, or cour…
objectionably aggressive in one's unrequested and unwanted se…
sharply affecting the organs of one's taste and smell, as if…
unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant
indomitable
that cannot be subdued or overcame, as persons, will, or cour…
officious
objectionably aggressive in one's unrequested and unwanted se…
SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 6: 101-118)
fortify
sacrilege
raucous
chaos
to make strong; impart strength or vigor to
the violation or profanation of anything sacred or held sacred
rowdy; disorderly
a state of utter confusion or disorder; a total lack of organ…
fortify
to make strong; impart strength or vigor to
sacrilege
the violation or profanation of anything sacred or held sacred
English SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 2: 21-40)
comprise
ascertain
accede
adulterate
to include or contain
to make certain, clear, or definitely known
to give consent, approval, or adherence; agree; assent
to debase or make impure by adding inferior materials or elem…
comprise
to include or contain
ascertain
to make certain, clear, or definitely known
English SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 1: 1-20)
patent
prowess
pandemonium
pinnacle
(take either definition) VERB: to originate and establish as…
exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat…
wild uproar or unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos
the highest or culminating point, as of success, power, fame,…
patent
(take either definition) VERB: to originate and establish as…
prowess
exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat…
SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 8: 141-160)
forbearance
vis-à-vis (viz.)
prudent
detached
(n.) patience, restraint, tolerance
(prep.) in relation to, as compared with
(adj.) cautious
(adj.) disconnected, dispassionate
forbearance
(n.) patience, restraint, tolerance
vis-à-vis (viz.)
(prep.) in relation to, as compared with
SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 9 - 161-180)
devotee
pretext
to temper
disparate
(n.) someone who is devoted or committed to something
(n.) an excuse, false justification, alleged reason
(v1.) to strengthen... (v2.) to neutralize or counterbalance
(adj.) different, incomparable
devotee
(n.) someone who is devoted or committed to something
pretext
(n.) an excuse, false justification, alleged reason
SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 4: 61-80)
dearth
glutton
goad
abrasive
an inadequate supply; scarcity; lack
a person with a remarkably great desire or capacity for somet…
to prick or drive with, or as if with; prod; incite
tending to annoy or cause ill will; overly aggressive
dearth
an inadequate supply; scarcity; lack
glutton
a person with a remarkably great desire or capacity for somet…
SAT Vocabulary Hot List (List 3: 41-60)
concur
encompass
cumbersome
renegade
to accord in opinion; agree
encircle; surround; to include comprehensively
burdensome; troublesome; unwieldy; clumsy
a person who deserts a party or cause for another
concur
to accord in opinion; agree
encompass
encircle; surround; to include comprehensively
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