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SAT Prep vocabulary
aviary
lionize
halcyon
regimen
noun... place where birds are kept
verb... teat as highly important
adjective... calm; peaceful
noun... set of rules (especially to improve ones health)
aviary
noun... place where birds are kept
lionize
verb... teat as highly important
SAT Vocabulary Prep
Ambivalent adjective
Anomaly noun
Snide adjective
Paucity noun
having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or exp…
derogatory or mocking in an indirect way. "snide remarks abou…
the presence of something in only small or insufficient quant…
Ambivalent adjective
having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
Anomaly noun
something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or exp…
200 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary
abridge
incompatible
incongruous
abstract
condense; shorten
so opposed in nature as to be unable to coexist; unable to wo…
inappropriate; incompatible; logically inconsistent; not fitt…
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
abridge
condense; shorten
incompatible
so opposed in nature as to be unable to coexist; unable to wo…
SAT prep vocabulary 1A
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded person
Fake
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded person
14 terms
SAT prep vocabulary
Egalitarian
Capricious
Diffident
Dilettante
Pertaining to equal political, social, and economical rights…
Changeable; fickle; volatile; mercurial
Lacking confidence in oneself; inclined to be shy
One who dabbles in the arts and sciences but is an expert in…
Egalitarian
Pertaining to equal political, social, and economical rights…
Capricious
Changeable; fickle; volatile; mercurial
48 terms
SAT PREP - VOCABULARY
Abase
Antiquity
Zeal
Expedite
Degrade
Of ancient history
Intense devotion, passion, eagerness or enthusiasm towards a…
To quicken
Abase
Degrade
Antiquity
Of ancient history
150 terms
Sat Prep Vocabulary
decry
puerile
persiflage
miasma
publicly denounce
childishly silly
light and slightly contemptuous mockery
highly unpleasant smell or vapor
decry
publicly denounce
puerile
childishly silly
134 terms
SAT vocabulary prep
indignation
repose
repose
effects
a feeling of righteous anger
the act of resting, or the state of being at rest
a state of mind: freedom from worry
portable personal property used for business
indignation
a feeling of righteous anger
repose
the act of resting, or the state of being at rest
24 terms
SAT Prep
Abstract Ex: Your abstract art is beau…
Acclaim Ex: The acclaim at the concert…
Acquiescence Ex: The acquiescence of a…
Acute Ex: I got a an acute sickness ov…
thought of apart from concrete realities
To welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy
Agreement without protest
A condition with a rapid onset with a short course.
Abstract Ex: Your abstract art is beau…
thought of apart from concrete realities
Acclaim Ex: The acclaim at the concert…
To welcome or salute with shouts or sounds of joy
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 19 - Vocabulary
acclaim (verb)
accolade (noun)
adulate (verb)
esteem (verb)
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 (verb)
to express strong approval or praise; hail
accolade (noun)
an award given as a sign of appreciation or respect
13 terms
SAT PREP VOCABULARY
Nolo contendere
Zeitgeist
Nemesis
Quid pro quo
a plea by which a defendant in a criminal prosecution accepts…
The defining spirit or mood of a particular time period shown…
Something or someone whom a person cannot best or overcome
This for that; substitute
Nolo contendere
a plea by which a defendant in a criminal prosecution accepts…
Zeitgeist
The defining spirit or mood of a particular time period shown…
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 20 - Vocabulary
ample (adj)
copious (adj)
lavish (adj)
myriad (adj)
abundant; plentiful; enough or more than enough
abundant; much; plentiful
abundant; in excess
countless; a very large number
ample (adj)
abundant; plentiful; enough or more than enough
copious (adj)
abundant; much; plentiful
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 21 - Vocabulary
abstemious (adj.)
alimentary (adj.)
culinary (adj)
delectable (adj)
holding back from eating or drinking too much
relating to food and nourishment
having to do with cooking, preparing meals
delicious
abstemious (adj.)
holding back from eating or drinking too much
alimentary (adj.)
relating to food and nourishment
40 terms
SAT Vocabulary Prep Definitions
Dilettante
Pilfer
Prevaricator
Raconteur
a person whose interest in an art or an area of knowledge is…
to steal, especially in small quantities
a person who speaks falsely or a person who speaks to avoid t…
a person who is skilled in relating stories and anecdotes int…
Dilettante
a person whose interest in an art or an area of knowledge is…
Pilfer
to steal, especially in small quantities
Vocabulary SAT Prep
Abridgement
Baleful
Complacent
Detriment
A condensed form as of a book or a play
Malignant
Pleased or satisfied with oneself
Something that causes damage, depreciation, or loss
Abridgement
A condensed form as of a book or a play
Baleful
Malignant
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 16 - Vocabulary
ardent (adj)
avid (adj)
ebullient (adj)
effervescent (adj)
full of passion and emotion
showing enthusiasm; ardent
filled with bubbly excitement, as if boiling over with excite…
lively; full of uplifted spirit; vivacious
ardent (adj)
full of passion and emotion
avid (adj)
showing enthusiasm; ardent
989 terms
SAT Prep - Vocabulary
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 17 - Vocabulary
adamant (adj.)
dogmatic (adj.)
hidebound (adj.)
intractable (adj.)
unwilling to bend; unyielding
strongly opinionated; rigid; dictatorial
strongly opinionated; narrow-mindedly stubborn
stubborn; hard to manage
adamant (adj.)
unwilling to bend; unyielding
dogmatic (adj.)
strongly opinionated; rigid; dictatorial
SAT Prep Vocabulary
philanthroph
heed
inadvertent
jargon
the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especi…
pay attention to; take notice of
not resulting from or achieved through deliberate planning
special words or expressions that are used by a particular pr…
philanthroph
the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especi…
heed
pay attention to; take notice of
500 terms
SAT Prep
repulsed
placid
irritated
curt
cause (someone) to feel intense distaste and aversion.
(of a person or animal) not easily upset or excited.
showing or feeling slight anger; annoyed.
rudely brief.
repulsed
cause (someone) to feel intense distaste and aversion.
placid
(of a person or animal) not easily upset or excited.
11th Grade SAT Prep Vocabulary
Pugnacious
Duplicity
Impunity
Perfunctory
Quarrelsome, fond of fighting
(n.) Treachery, deceitfulness
(n.) Immunity from punishment or penalty
(adj.) Done superficially, without much care, or merely as ro…
Pugnacious
Quarrelsome, fond of fighting
Duplicity
(n.) Treachery, deceitfulness
SAT Prep Course Vocabulary
augment
lucrative
terse
conviction
enlarge
a lot of money
abrupt, rude
strong drive
augment
enlarge
lucrative
a lot of money
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 18 - Vocabulary
acoustics (noun)
cacophony (noun)
clamor (noun)
din (noun)
the quality of sound, pertaining to how it is heard based on…
lack of harmony; loud and unpleasant noise; a racket
unpleasant sound; noise
ongoing loud sound; noise
acoustics (noun)
the quality of sound, pertaining to how it is heard based on…
cacophony (noun)
lack of harmony; loud and unpleasant noise; a racket
989 terms
SAT Prep - Vocabulary
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
20 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary #1
vigil
decree
collaborate
rubble
On the alert; watchful
(n.) an order having the force of law; (v.) to issue such an…
to work together
(n.) broken stone or bricks; ruins
vigil
On the alert; watchful
decree
(n.) an order having the force of law; (v.) to issue such an…
Olutosin SAT Vocabulary Prep
abase
abate
abstruse
acclivity
lower; humiliate
to lessen
profound; difficult to understand
an upward slope (as in a hill)
abase
lower; humiliate
abate
to lessen
61 terms
College Prep. SAT Vocabulary
Front: word... part of speech ... pic
Accede ... verb
Acclaim ... verb or noun
Acquiesce ... verb
Back: defintion ... antonyms/synonyms ... demonstrative sentence
to agree, take office ... decline, disagree / concede, accept... Th…
praise ... blame, disapproval / applause, recognition ... The teach…
to accept without protest, agree or submit ... deny, oppose / yi…
Front: word... part of speech ... pic
Back: defintion ... antonyms/synonyms ... demonstrative sentence
Accede ... verb
to agree, take office ... decline, disagree / concede, accept... Th…
61 terms
College Prep SAT Vocabulary
Front: Word... Part of Speech... Picture
accede... verb
acclaim... noun/verb
acquiesce... verb
Back: Definition... Antonym/Synonym... Demonstrative Sentence
1. give in, agree to 2. take office ... Synonym: acquiesce, agre…
Praise... Synonym: glory, applause. Antonym: blame, reproach... Sen…
To give in... Synonym: accede, agree. Antonym: refuse, deny.... Sen…
Front: Word... Part of Speech... Picture
Back: Definition... Antonym/Synonym... Demonstrative Sentence
accede... verb
1. give in, agree to 2. take office ... Synonym: acquiesce, agre…
SAT Prep Vocabulary 5
lucid
enigma
diverse
maudlin
easy to understand; clear
a mystery
different; various
wallowing in self-pity
lucid
easy to understand; clear
enigma
a mystery
24 terms
SAT Prep: English Vocabulary
Burnish
Bursar
Cache
Cacophony
to polish; to make smooth and straight
a treasurer or keep of funds
a hiding place; stockpile
a jarring, unpleasant noise
Burnish
to polish; to make smooth and straight
Bursar
a treasurer or keep of funds
20 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary #3
indulgence
pragmatism
codification
culmination
is the act of doing something that you enjoy even if it has n…
To describe a person or a solution that takes a realistic app…
systematic organization; the act of organizing something acco…
the end point or final stage of something you've been working…
indulgence
is the act of doing something that you enjoy even if it has n…
pragmatism
To describe a person or a solution that takes a realistic app…
25 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 14
adulterate
animosity
apocryphal
avarice
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
of doubtful origin or authenticity, not genuine
greed for wealth
adulterate
to make impure by adding lesser substances; to corrupt
animosity
harsh feelings, enmity, resentment, hatred
25 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 11
abet
agile
antidote
ascertain
to encourage or to assist (usually an offense against justice…
characterized be ability to move quickly with suppleness and…
something that relieves the effects of poison
to find out definitely, to determine
abet
to encourage or to assist (usually an offense against justice…
agile
characterized be ability to move quickly with suppleness and…
40 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary
pithy
rhetorical
taciturn
insipid
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
a question asked for an effect, and not actually requiring an…
Habitually silent or quiet, inclined to talk very little
lacking flavor or taste; unexciting
pithy
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
rhetorical
a question asked for an effect, and not actually requiring an…
25 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 15
Abate
Antecedent
Arid
Baneful
to reduce in intensity or amount
preceding a cause
very dry
a source of harm or destruction; harmful, destructive
Abate
to reduce in intensity or amount
Antecedent
preceding a cause
25 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 12
Abridge
Alacrity
Antipathy
Augment
to shorten, to diminish
prompt and cheerful response
a dislike, distaste, or enmity
to make greater or to supplement
Abridge
to shorten, to diminish
Alacrity
prompt and cheerful response
SAT Prep.
Logos
Pathos
Ethos
Affect
The appeal to logic means to convince an audience by use of l…
The emotional appeal, means to persuade an audience by appeal…
The ethical appeal, means to convince an audience of the auth…
means to influence something
Logos
The appeal to logic means to convince an audience by use of l…
Pathos
The emotional appeal, means to persuade an audience by appeal…
25 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 10
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration
misfortune, unfavorable happening
to sprout, to newly emerge
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation, lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration
14 terms
2016 SAT Vocabulary Prep
Blandishment
Corpulence
Spurious
Renovation
Flattery intended to persuade
The property of excessive fatness
Phony, False
State of being renewed
Blandishment
Flattery intended to persuade
Corpulence
The property of excessive fatness
989 terms
SAT Prep - Vocabulary
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
25 terms
SAT Prep Vocabulary Lesson 9
Ambiguous
Amiable
Crass
Discursive
Having more than one meaning; unclear, uncertain
Friendly, sociable and congenial; civil urbane
Coarse, crude, and unrefined
Rambling, moving from one topic to another randomly
Ambiguous
Having more than one meaning; unclear, uncertain
Amiable
Friendly, sociable and congenial; civil urbane
29 terms
Vocabulary 6th SAT Prep
negligence
conspicuous
profound
ironic
carelessness... careless
standing out; obvious... different... Waldo isn't conspicuous.
deep; insightful... heartfelt... the advice was profound.
satiric; unexpected... random... Oh.. It's ironic that we'll be goi…
negligence
carelessness... careless
conspicuous
standing out; obvious... different... Waldo isn't conspicuous.
SAT Prep: Vocabulary 11
Paragon
Paramount
Patronize
Perfidious
(n) a person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a part…
(adj) more important than anything else; supreme
(v) treat with apparent kindness which betrays a feeling of s…
(adj) deceitful and untrustworthy
Paragon
(n) a person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a part…
Paramount
(adj) more important than anything else; supreme
SAT Prep Words - Lesson 14 - Vocabulary
enervated (adjective)
indolent (adjective)
languor (noun)
lassitude (noun)
tired, lacking energy; spent of energy, dissipated
lazy; not wanting to do any work
a weak or lifeless feeling
a tired feeling, usually resulting from depression or too muc…
enervated (adjective)
tired, lacking energy; spent of energy, dissipated
indolent (adjective)
lazy; not wanting to do any work
SAT Prep Vocabulary List
Aberration
Acrimonious
Approbation
Belligerent
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
Angry and bitter (speeches and debates)
Approval
Aggressive and hostile
Aberration
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
Acrimonious
Angry and bitter (speeches and debates)
SAT PREP Vocabulary
Aberration
Acrimonious
Approbation
Belligerent
A departure from normal... "Unicorns are an aberration"
Angry or bitter... "The losing team was acrimonious"
Approval or praise... "The winning team got approbation"
Hostile or aggressive... "The coach was belligerent"
Aberration
A departure from normal... "Unicorns are an aberration"
Acrimonious
Angry or bitter... "The losing team was acrimonious"
SAT prep- Vocabulary list
Abberation
Acrimonious
Approbation
Belligerent
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
(typically of speech or a debate) angry and bitter... Sentence:…
approval or praise... Sentence: The teacher gave approbation to…
hostile and aggressive.... He received a belligerent phone call…
Abberation
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
Acrimonious
(typically of speech or a debate) angry and bitter... Sentence:…
Vocabulary for SAT prep
advocate
apologisst
appease
bolster
Definition: to provide public support for a person, cause, or…
Definition: one who argues for a particular, often controvers…
Definition: to yield to demands in order to conciliate. ... Sent…
Definition: to strengthen or support. ... Sentence: The case was…
advocate
Definition: to provide public support for a person, cause, or…
apologisst
Definition: one who argues for a particular, often controvers…
SAT Prep Vocabulary #3
Innocuous
Emaciated
Arcane
Adversary
Not harmful or offensive
Abnormally thin or weak
Known or understood by few; mysterious or secret
A person, group, or force that opposes or attacks; opponent
Innocuous
Not harmful or offensive
Emaciated
Abnormally thin or weak
SAT Prep Vocabulary #1
Potent
Apprehensive
Erode
Immune
Having great power, influence, or effect
Anxious or fearful that something bad or unpleasant will happen
Gradually wear away
Resistant to a particular infection or toxin owing to the pre…
Potent
Having great power, influence, or effect
Apprehensive
Anxious or fearful that something bad or unpleasant will happen
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