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SAT PREP VOCABULARY WORDS
Abhor
Abridge
Aesthetic
Ambiguous
to loath or detest
to shorten
pertaining to beauty
unclear, having more than one meaning
Abhor
to loath or detest
Abridge
to shorten
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 23 - Vocabulary
ephemeral (adj.)
evanescent (adj.)
fleeting (adj.)
itinerant (adj.)
lasting a short time; fleeting
vanishing quickly; fleeting
short-lived
wandering about; tending to move around, trael
ephemeral (adj.)
lasting a short time; fleeting
evanescent (adj.)
vanishing quickly; fleeting
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 25 - Vocabulary
clandestine (adj)
covert (adj)
furtive (adj)
inconspicuous (adj)
hidden, secret, concealed
secret, hidden
sneaky
hardly noticeable
clandestine (adj)
hidden, secret, concealed
covert (adj)
secret, hidden
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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
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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
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 26 - Vocabulary
adversary (noun)
advocate (noun)
artisan (noun)
ascetic (noun)
an opponent
a supporter; proponent
a person who is skillful with his or her hands
a person who refrains from indulging in earthly pleasures
adversary (noun)
an opponent
advocate (noun)
a supporter; proponent
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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
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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
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 24 - Vocabulary
antediluvian (adj.)
antiquated (adj.)
antiquity (noun)
archaic (adj.)
very, very old; antiquated
very old and no longer in use; obsolete
ancient times
old; from a much earlier time; antiquated
antediluvian (adj.)
very, very old; antiquated
antiquated (adj.)
very old and no longer in use; obsolete
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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
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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
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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
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SAT Prep Vocabulary Words
Engender
Vitiate
Pacify
Dearth
To bring into existence; to cause to exist
To reduce the value of; to make impure or cheap
To ease the anger or to calm someone down
A scarce supply; a lack of
Engender
To bring into existence; to cause to exist
Vitiate
To reduce the value of; to make impure or cheap
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SAT Prep Vocabulary C words
concurrent
comestible
contort
crux
happening at the same time
food
twist, bend
the main point
concurrent
happening at the same time
comestible
food
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SAT PREP vocabulary words
Abyss
Accolade
Castigate
Catapult
Deep dark trench. Bottomless pit
Achievement. Awards. Honors
Yelled at. Punishment. Scolded
To launch (verb). Device used for launching (noun)
Abyss
Deep dark trench. Bottomless pit
Accolade
Achievement. Awards. Honors
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Sat prep vocabulary words
Arid
Assiduous
Asylum
Benevolent
Extremely dry
Hard-working
Sanctuary
Friendly helpful
Arid
Extremely dry
Assiduous
Hard-working
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SAT Prep Vocabulary Words
Euphony
Philanthropy
Heed
Belittle
Pleasing and harmonious (n)
Practice of giving money and time to help a life better for o…
Advice or warning (v)
Someone or something (v)
Euphony
Pleasing and harmonious (n)
Philanthropy
Practice of giving money and time to help a life better for o…
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SAT prep vocabulary words
vindictive
tenet
entrusted
defunct
revengeful
principle, doctrine, dogma.
to give over something for protection.
not in use anymore.
vindictive
revengeful
tenet
principle, doctrine, dogma.
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Sat Prep Vocabulary Words
Steadfastly
Absolutist
Openness
Enthralled
firm in belief, determination, or adherence : loyal
government by an absolute ruler or authority : despotism
Relatively free of obstructions to sight, movement, or intern…
capture the fascinated attention of
Steadfastly
firm in belief, determination, or adherence : loyal
Absolutist
government by an absolute ruler or authority : despotism
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SAT prep vocabulary words
acrimonious
oblique
inane
debase
caustic
misleading
lacking significance
to reduce in dignity or quality
acrimonious
caustic
oblique
misleading
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SAT Prep Vocabulary Words
Ambivalent
Candidacy
Caravanserai
Cloisters
(adj): not sure wether you want or like something or not
(noun): the position of being one of the people who are compe…
(noun): a hotel with a large open central area, used in the p…
(noun): A covered passage that surrounds one side of a square…
Ambivalent
(adj): not sure wether you want or like something or not
Candidacy
(noun): the position of being one of the people who are compe…
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 15 - Vocabulary
compliant (adj)
fawning (adj)
obsequious (adj)
servile (adj)
Yielding, submissive
Gaining the favor of another by acting overly kind or by usin…
Obeying or performing a service for someone in an overly atte…
Slave-like; very humble and submissive
compliant (adj)
Yielding, submissive
fawning (adj)
Gaining the favor of another by acting overly kind or by usin…
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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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Vocabulary Words SAT Prep
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
Shorten, abridge
Act of refraining from
High praise
Mistfortune
Abbreviate
Shorten, abridge
Abstinence
Act of refraining from
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SAT Prep Week 2 Vocabulary
adhere
anecdote
burgeon
consecutive
(v.) to stick to, remain attached; to be devoted or loyal as…
short, amusing, or interesting narrative that focuses on a pa…
to expand, grow; flourish; put forth new shoots (blossom)
Following one after another in order, successive
adhere
(v.) to stick to, remain attached; to be devoted or loyal as…
anecdote
short, amusing, or interesting narrative that focuses on a pa…
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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 Week 4 Vocabulary
assertive
courteous
delirious
immune
acting with confidence and force; sure of one's self
polite and gracious; considerate toward others; well-mannered
extreme mental confusion or excitement; disturbed state of mind
not affected or influenced by something; protected or exempt;…
assertive
acting with confidence and force; sure of one's self
courteous
polite and gracious; considerate toward others; well-mannered
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SAT Prep Week 5 Vocabulary
abnormal
accommodation
brittle
component
not usual, not typical, strange; aberrant; anomalous
a convenient arrangement; a settlement or compromise; a place…
easily broken; not flexible; fragile
A part or element of a larger whole
abnormal
not usual, not typical, strange; aberrant; anomalous
accommodation
a convenient arrangement; a settlement or compromise; a place…
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 33 - Vocabulary
querulous (adj)
recount (verb)
rigor (noun)
saturate (verb)
whining; complaining
to tell a story
harshness; severity; strict adherence to standards
to wet or soak completely; to totally fill up
querulous (adj)
whining; complaining
recount (verb)
to tell a story
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 32 - Vocabulary
hamper (verb)
hardy (adj)
homogeneous (adj)
integrity (noun)
to hinder; to prevent something from happening
healthy and strong; robust
of the same kind; alike; uniform
holding firmly to values, such as honesty; completeness
hamper (verb)
to hinder; to prevent something from happening
hardy (adj)
healthy and strong; robust
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 36 - Vocabulary
aplomb (noun)
axion (noun)
capricious (adj.)
cavalier (adj)
social poise; composure; skill in challenging situations
a true or wise saying; a maxim
changeable; fickle; volatile; mercurial (n. caprice, a whim o…
arrogant; showing a lack of respect toward someone or something
aplomb (noun)
social poise; composure; skill in challenging situations
axion (noun)
a true or wise saying; a maxim
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 35 - Vocabulary
insuperable (adj)
lithe (adj)
misanthrope (noun)
pitfall (noun)
unable to be overcome
nimble and flexible; agile; supple
someone who dislikes all people
an unseen danger, risk, or drawback
insuperable (adj)
unable to be overcome
lithe (adj)
nimble and flexible; agile; supple
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 28 - Vocabulary
acute (adj)
astute (adj)
discerning (adj)
erudite (adj)
keen-minded; sharp
sharp-minded; very clever
able to judge people and situations clearly
wise due to much reading and studying; scholarly
acute (adj)
keen-minded; sharp
astute (adj)
sharp-minded; very clever
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 34 - Vocabulary
aggregate (noun)
audacious (adj)
aviary (noun)
complementary (adj)
a sum total or mixture
very bold
an enclosed space for birds
serving to complete another
aggregate (noun)
a sum total or mixture
audacious (adj)
very bold
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 39 - Vocabulary
anomalies (noun)
bias (noun)
paragon (noun)
prototype (noun)
rarities; things or people that deviate from the normal; devi…
an opinion or one-sided outlook
someone or something that is the very best model or example;…
the original form of something that has essentially the same…
anomalies (noun)
rarities; things or people that deviate from the normal; devi…
bias (noun)
an opinion or one-sided outlook
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 27 - Vocabulary
extraneous (adj.)
frivolous (adj.)
incidental (adj.)
inconsequential (adj)
not necessary; not an essential part; not relevant
not having substance, a sense of importance, or seriousness;…
less important; minor
irrelevant; of no significance; unimportant
extraneous (adj.)
not necessary; not an essential part; not relevant
frivolous (adj.)
not having substance, a sense of importance, or seriousness;…
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 31 - Vocabulary
abridge (verb)
accessible (adj.)
antidote (noun)
aspire (verb)
shorten
available; ready for use
something that relives or prevents; a remedy that counteracts…
to work toward or to have a goal
abridge (verb)
shorten
accessible (adj.)
available; ready for use
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 30 - Vocabulary
imprudent (adj)
impudent (adj)
indigenous (adj)
indigent (adj)
careless; rash
rude; disrespetful
native; originating in a specific country of region
poor; impoverished; needy
imprudent (adj)
careless; rash
impudent (adj)
rude; disrespetful
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 29 - Vocabulary
acrid (adj)
arid (adj)
aesthetic (adj)
ascetic (noun)
bitter, harsh
dry, lacking water
having to do with artistic beauty
a person who refrains from indulging in earthly pleasures
acrid (adj)
bitter, harsh
arid (adj)
dry, lacking water
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SAT Prep Week 1 Vocabulary
accessible
acumen
agitate
beneficial
approachable, attainable, reachable
keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
to excite, disturb, or trouble; worry
helpful; useful; advantageous
accessible
approachable, attainable, reachable
acumen
keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
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SAT Prep Words - Lesson 22 - Vocabulary
chary (adj.)
circumspect (adj.)
conscientious (adj.)
exacting (adj.)
cautious; wary
careful and cautious before acting
relating to doing what one knows is right; scrupulous
requiring a great deal of care or effort; painstaking
chary (adj.)
cautious; wary
circumspect (adj.)
careful and cautious before acting
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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…
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SAT Prep - Vocabulary
abate
abdicate
abhor
abnegation
(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 hate, detest (Because he always wound up kicking hims…
(n.) denial of comfort to oneself (The holy man slept on the…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
abdicate
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
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Final SAT Prep Vocabulary Words
omit
orient
paradox
pensive
v: leave out of exclude (someone or something), either intent…
v: align or position something relative to a known point of l…
n: an idea that, despit sounds (or apparently sound) reasonin…
adj: engaged in, involved, or reflecting deep or serious thou…
omit
v: leave out of exclude (someone or something), either intent…
orient
v: align or position something relative to a known point of l…
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SAT Prep: Vocabulary Unit 1
PHOT / PHOS
PHOTOTROPIC
PHOSPHORESCENT
PHOTOGENIC
Greek meaning "light"
(adj) Tending to grow or move towards light
(adj) Giving off light without heat
(adj) Attractive in pictures or photographs
PHOT / PHOS
Greek meaning "light"
PHOTOTROPIC
(adj) Tending to grow or move towards light
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SAT Prep 500 Vocabulary Words
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or events
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
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SAT Prep Vocabulary 2015
zeal
audacious
laudable
adulterate
a strong eagerness
excessively bold; insolent
deserving appreciation or praise
to contaminate something
zeal
a strong eagerness
audacious
excessively bold; insolent
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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 Unit 8
terse
partial
innate
hypocritical
concise; abrupt; pithy
not complete or whole; favoring one side over another; partic…
inborn; something you are born with
pretending to be virtuous; deceiving
terse
concise; abrupt; pithy
partial
not complete or whole; favoring one side over another; partic…
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SAT Prep words
affiliated
ascertain
cogent
expunge
(adj, part) associated, connected
(v) to find out
(adj) forceful, convincing; relevant, to the point
(v) to erase, obliterate, destroy
affiliated
(adj, part) associated, connected
ascertain
(v) to find out
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