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SAT Prep Week 7 Vocabulary
confide
promulgate
impart
unveil
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
make (information) known; communicate; to transmit, relay
reveal, disclose, uncover
confide
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
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SAT Prep Vocabulary 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
Skillful; clever
Visible to the naked eye
Foolish; inane
Pertaining to cows or cattle
Adroit
Skillful; clever
Macroscopic
Visible to the naked eye
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SAT Prep - Vocabulary 7
amenable
amplify
beget
beleaguer
Easy going.
To make louder.
Give birth to, create.
To harass, to upset, beset.
amenable
Easy going.
amplify
To make louder.
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SAT Prep Vocabulary Unit 7
astute
exacerbate
dogmatic
credulity
wise; shrewd; keen
worsen; embitter
opinionated; arbitrary; doctrinal
belief on slight evidence; gullibility; naivete
astute
wise; shrewd; keen
exacerbate
worsen; embitter
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SAT Prep Vocabulary 7
Elusive
Efface
Taciturn
Ameliorate
Hard to pin down; evasive
To erase; to rub away the features of
Untalkative by nature
To make better or more tolerable
Elusive
Hard to pin down; evasive
Efface
To erase; to rub away the features of
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SAT Prep Week 7 Vocabulary
confide
promulgate
impart
unveil
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
make (information) known; communicate; to transmit, relay
reveal, disclose, uncover
confide
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
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SAT PREP VOCABULARY 7
alacrity
blasphemy
contrite
egregious
cheerful readiness
the disrespect of something sacred
remorseful
extremely bad
alacrity
cheerful readiness
blasphemy
the disrespect of something sacred
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Sat prep vocabulary 7
Abase
Deride
Derogatory
Disparage
To lower in rank, prestige, or esteem
To mock contemptuously
Insulting or intending to insult
To speak of negatively; to belittle
Abase
To lower in rank, prestige, or esteem
Deride
To mock contemptuously
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SAT Prep Vocabulary 7
Citadel
Catharsis
Caucus
Cerebral
Stronghold
Psychological Renewal
Political Meeting
Relation to intellect
Citadel
Stronghold
Catharsis
Psychological Renewal
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SAT Prep Vocabulary 7
Daub
Admonish
Obeisance
Cache
v. to paint coarsely or unskillfully... ex.) Painting requires p…
v. to warn; to caution in council... ex.) The lifeguard admonish…
n. a bow or similar gesture expressing deep respect... ex.) The…
n. a concealed store of goods or valuables... ex.) While the cam…
Daub
v. to paint coarsely or unskillfully... ex.) Painting requires p…
Admonish
v. to warn; to caution in council... ex.) The lifeguard admonish…
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SAT Prep Vocabulary 7
Abstruse
Affable
Audacity
Contrite
(adj) difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
(adj) friendly, courteous, amiable
(n) excessive boldness, rashness, daring
(adj) extremely apologetic, remorseful, repentant
Abstruse
(adj) difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
Affable
(adj) friendly, courteous, amiable
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SAT Prep: Vocabulary 7
Feasible
Fervor
Flaunt
Florid
(adj) easily/conveniently
(n) intense and passionate feeling
(v) display something to attract notice
(adj) having a red or flushed complexion
Feasible
(adj) easily/conveniently
Fervor
(n) intense and passionate feeling
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SAT Prep Vocabulary #7
Amenable
Amplify
Beget
Beleaguer
agreeable; easygoing
to make louder
to create
to beset; to harass; to aggravate
Amenable
agreeable; easygoing
Amplify
to make louder
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SAT Prep Week 7 Vocabulary
confide
promulgate
impart
unveil
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
make (information) known; communicate; to transmit, relay
reveal, disclose, uncover
confide
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 7 Vocabulary
confide
promulgate
impart
unveil
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
make (information) known; communicate; to transmit, relay
reveal, disclose, uncover
confide
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 7 Vocabulary
confide
promulgate
impart
unveil
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
make (information) known; communicate; to transmit, relay
reveal, disclose, uncover
confide
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 7 Vocabulary
confide
promulgate
impart
unveil
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
make (information) known; communicate; to transmit, relay
reveal, disclose, uncover
confide
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 7 Vocabulary
confide
promulgate
impart
unveil
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
make (information) known; communicate; to transmit, relay
reveal, disclose, uncover
confide
to tell something in secret;the act of holding information in…
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially; to make known far and wide
50 terms
Sat prep vocabulary 7-8
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
Praise, an award
One who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
To hand down, to give or to leave in a will
Abhor
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
Accolade
Praise, an award
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SAT Prep Week 7 Vocabulary
Depose
Deprecate
Derivative
Derogatory
to remove from office or position, especially high office
to express earnest disapproval of
not original; secondary
tending to lessen the merit or reputation of a person or thin…
Depose
to remove from office or position, especially high office
Deprecate
to express earnest disapproval of
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SAT Prep: Lesson 7 Vocabulary
sanguine
phlegmatic
melancholy
choleric
cheerfully optimistic
sluggish
sad, depressed
easily angered
sanguine
cheerfully optimistic
phlegmatic
sluggish
SAT Prep Vocabulary - Week 7
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconce
forgiveness, pardon, release
obvious
praiseworthy
establish firmly in a position
Absolution
forgiveness, pardon, release
Blatant
obvious
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SAT Prep List 7 Vocabulary
blunder
bode
bolt
bowdlerize
error
foreshadow; portend
door bar; fastening pin or screw; length of fabric
expurgate; to amend by removing words
blunder
error
bode
foreshadow; portend
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SAT Prep: Vocabulary List 7
Advocate
Antipathy
Concord
Concur
To speak or write in favor of; support or urge by argument; r…
Natural, basic, or habitual repugnance; aversion
Agreement
To agree
Advocate
To speak or write in favor of; support or urge by argument; r…
Antipathy
Natural, basic, or habitual repugnance; aversion
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SAT Prep List 7 Vocabulary
Blunder
Bode
Bolt
Bowdlerize
error
foreshaodw
dash or dart off
remove
Blunder
error
Bode
foreshaodw
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SAT prep list 7 vocabulary
Blunder
Bode
Bolt
Bowdlerize
error
foreshadow;portend
door bar ; fastening pin or screw
expurgate; to ammend
Blunder
error
Bode
foreshadow;portend
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List 7 Vocabulary SAT Prep
analgesic
causus
deteriorate
expostition
remedy that relives or allays pain
meeting of political party leader to discuss candidates elect…
to make or become worse or inferior in quality
large scale public exhibition of art or manufactured products
analgesic
remedy that relives or allays pain
causus
meeting of political party leader to discuss candidates elect…
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SAT VOCABULARY #7
entrainment
brittle
synthesis
evolution
the process of synchronizing a biological rhythm to an enviro…
easily broken
Combining of small molecules or substances into larger, more…
Change in a kind of organism over time; process by which mode…
entrainment
the process of synchronizing a biological rhythm to an enviro…
brittle
easily broken
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English SAT Prep Vocabulary 7
Curtail
Scruple
Havoc
Mentor
(Verb) Shorten; reduce; lessen // She thought she needed to c…
(Noun) Doubt or uneasiness as to what is right or proper // S…
(Noun) Great destruction or confusion // After Rome attacked…
(Noun) Wise; trusted teacher or counselor // My eldest sister…
Curtail
(Verb) Shorten; reduce; lessen // She thought she needed to c…
Scruple
(Noun) Doubt or uneasiness as to what is right or proper // S…
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SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 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 prep vocabulary 7-8
Abhor
Accolade
Ascetic
Bequeath
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
Praise, an award
One who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
To hand down, to give or to leave in a will
Abhor
To regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
Accolade
Praise, an award
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Vocabulary Set 7- SAT Prep
subtle
disparity
curtail
innocuous
(adj.)... hard to notice or see, not obvious... having or marked b…
(adj.)... different from each other... markedly distinct in qualit…
(verb)... to reduce or limit (something)
(adj.)... not likely to bother or offend anyone... causing no injury
subtle
(adj.)... hard to notice or see, not obvious... having or marked b…
disparity
(adj.)... different from each other... markedly distinct in qualit…
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SAT Prep Vocabulary Week 7
Decree
Deduce
Entreat
Erudite
order from authority
figure out
begged; plead
showing or having knowledge
Decree
order from authority
Deduce
figure out
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SAT/ACT prep Vocabulary #7
penurious
periodic
placebo
plaudits
extremely stingy... synonyms: frugal, parsimonious
occurring at regular interval... synonyms: repeated, recurrent
an inactive substance used in medical testing
enthusiastic approval... synonyms: kudos, acclaim
penurious
extremely stingy... synonyms: frugal, parsimonious
periodic
occurring at regular interval... synonyms: repeated, recurrent
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SAT Prep List 7 Vocabulary
adulation
arbitrary
bolster
coalesce
(N) flattery; admiration
(ADJ) capricious; randomly chosen
(V) support; reinforce
(V) combine; fuse
adulation
(N) flattery; admiration
arbitrary
(ADJ) capricious; randomly chosen
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Week 7 SAT Prep Vocabulary
mitigate (v.)
relegate (v.)
repress (v.)
indolence (n.)
make less severe.... "he wanted to mitigate misery in the world"
to dismiss an inferior rank or position.... "After the lead acto…
to overcome (someone or something) by force.... "Her parents rep…
laziness.... "my failure is probably due to my own indolence"
mitigate (v.)
make less severe.... "he wanted to mitigate misery in the world"
relegate (v.)
to dismiss an inferior rank or position.... "After the lead acto…
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SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
praise, an award
one who leads a life self-denial and contemplation; absent of…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
accolade
praise, an award
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(For Final) SAT PREP VOCABULARY #7
Gird
Daunt
Flux
Hovel
To prepare for an event or an action.
To make afraid; to discourage.
A state of continual change or movement.
A wretched living place; an open shed.
Gird
To prepare for an event or an action.
Daunt
To make afraid; to discourage.
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SAT Prep. Vocabulary: Test 7
Elusive
Efface
Taciturn
Ameliorate
Hard to pin down; evasive.
To erase; to rub away the features of.
Untalkative by nature.
To make better or more tolerable.
Elusive
Hard to pin down; evasive.
Efface
To erase; to rub away the features of.
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SAT PREP VERBAl Vocabulary Groups 7 & 8
Amorphous
Catharsis
Deter
Expedite
Lacking in shape
Purging of pent-up emotion
Put off; prevent
Make faster
Amorphous
Lacking in shape
Catharsis
Purging of pent-up emotion
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SAT Prep Unit 7 Vocabulary
mitigate
relegate
repress
indolence
verb;... make less severe, serious, or painful.
verb;... consign or dismiss to an inferior rank or position.... the…
verb;... subdue (someone or something) by force.... feelings
noun;... avoidance of activity or exertion; laziness.... students s…
mitigate
verb;... make less severe, serious, or painful.
relegate
verb;... consign or dismiss to an inferior rank or position.... the…
33 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 7
qualm
quandary
querulous
quiescent
(n) a sudden feeling of uneasiness or doubt; misgiving
(n) a stated of uncertainty; perplexing situation or position…
(adj) habitually complaining
(adj) quiet; still; inactive
qualm
(n) a sudden feeling of uneasiness or doubt; misgiving
quandary
(n) a stated of uncertainty; perplexing situation or position…
10 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Set 7
Congenial (adj)
Levity (n)
Contentious (adj)
Polemical (adj)
Compatible; having kindred needs or tastes; sympathetic
Lightheartedness; gaiety; carefree disposition, particularly…
Quarrelsome; belligerent
Inclined to argue or debate; controversial
Congenial (adj)
Compatible; having kindred needs or tastes; sympathetic
Levity (n)
Lightheartedness; gaiety; carefree disposition, particularly…
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SAT Prep Unit 7 Vocabulary
appease (v.)
ascetic (n.)
augment (v.)
authoritarian (adj.)
relieve or satisfy a demand or feeling.
a person who practices severe self-discipline and abstention.
to make something greater by adding to it; increase.
favoring or enforcing strict obedience to authority, especial…
appease (v.)
relieve or satisfy a demand or feeling.
ascetic (n.)
a person who practices severe self-discipline and abstention.
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Sat-Prep Set 7
Abstemious
Blithe
Crepuscular
Enunciation
moderate in appetite
Carefree
Active at dawn and dusk
Clear pronunciation
Abstemious
moderate in appetite
Blithe
Carefree
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SAT prep. Vocabulary Words List 7
Abstemious
Blithe
Crepuscular
Enunciation
marked by restraint especially in the consumption of food or…
showing a lack of proper thought or care : not caring or worr…
of, relating to, or resembling twilight... occurring or active…
to make a clear statement of (ideas, beliefs, etc.)... to prono…
Abstemious
marked by restraint especially in the consumption of food or…
Blithe
showing a lack of proper thought or care : not caring or worr…
25 terms
Prep Expert SAT Vocabulary Set #7
intrinsic
innocuous
encroach
serendipity
(adj) basic or essential constitution of something; inherent
(adj) harmless; innocent; inoffensive
(v) intrude; trespass; infringe
(n) fortunate chance; luck
intrinsic
(adj) basic or essential constitution of something; inherent
innocuous
(adj) harmless; innocent; inoffensive
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SAT Vocabulary 7
abhor
accolade
ascetic
bequeath
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
praise, an award
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent…
to hand down, to give or to leave in a will
abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance; to detest utterly; to loathe
accolade
praise, an award
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Vocabulary for SAT Prep
abscond
abstruse
abject
aberrant
to depart secretly and hide (I love this word!)
obscure, profound, difficult to understand
wretched; lacking pride
abnormal or deviant
abscond
to depart secretly and hide (I love this word!)
abstruse
obscure, profound, difficult to understand
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SAT Prep Words #7
amend
corrosive
discern
implicate
(v) to change in a formal way; to change for the better
(adj) eating away gradually, bitterly sarcastic
(v) to see clearly, recognize
(v) to involve in; connect with or be related to
amend
(v) to change in a formal way; to change for the better
corrosive
(adj) eating away gradually, bitterly sarcastic
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