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250 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 751 to 1000 (Cumulative)
abstruse
dissonant
advocate
hubris
difficult to understand
harsh and disagreeable in sound
to speak in support of something
excessive pride
abstruse
difficult to understand
dissonant
harsh and disagreeable in sound
250 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1751 to 2000 (Cumulative)
scenario
ponder
euphemism
legacy
an outline for a planned series of events, either real or ima…
to think over with great care
the substitution of an agreeable word or phrase to replace on…
something passed down to a descendant
scenario
an outline for a planned series of events, either real or ima…
ponder
to think over with great care
250 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1251 to 1500 (Cumulative)
overwrought
recapitulate
transparent
rhapsody
extremely nervous or excited
to summarize; to paraphrase
obvious; undisguised
a state of great happiness; such a state expressed in speech…
overwrought
extremely nervous or excited
recapitulate
to summarize; to paraphrase
250 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 251 to 500 (Cumulative)
ineffable
revere
forage
scale
incapable of being expressed
to honor
to search for food or provisions
to climb
ineffable
incapable of being expressed
revere
to honor
250 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 501 to 750 (Cumulative)
fruitless
callous
noisome
culminate
without results; unprofitable
lacking pity or mercy; unfeeling
disgustingly offensive; foul (esp. in reference to an odor)
to reach the highest point
fruitless
without results; unprofitable
callous
lacking pity or mercy; unfeeling
1,000 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1001 to 2000 (Cumulative)
lucrative
uncanny
utopia
hue
producing wealth; profitable
strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
an ideally perfect place
a shade of color
lucrative
producing wealth; profitable
uncanny
strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
1,000 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1 to 1000 (Cumulative)
rouse
piquant
endow
xenophobia
to wake or provoke
agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably stimulat…
to provide with material goods, talents, or qualities
fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners
rouse
to wake or provoke
piquant
agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably stimulat…
250 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1 to 250 (Cumulative)
scrutiny
elude
nuance
cosmopolitan
close examination; minute inspection; a careful watch
to escape from, as by daring or skill; to escape the understa…
variation of meaning; subtlety
having worldwide scope; so sophisticated as to be at home in…
scrutiny
close examination; minute inspection; a careful watch
elude
to escape from, as by daring or skill; to escape the understa…
250 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1001 to 1250 (Cumulative)
lucrative
uncanny
utopia
hue
producing wealth; profitable
strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
an ideally perfect place
a shade of color
lucrative
producing wealth; profitable
uncanny
strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
1,000 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary 2015: 1001 - 2000 cumulative
Lucrative
Uncanny
Utopia
Hue
adj. producing wealth; profitable
adj. strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
n. an ideally perfect place
n. a shade of color
Lucrative
adj. producing wealth; profitable
Uncanny
adj. strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
125 terms
SAT Elite Vocabulary #751-875 [Cumulative]
savor
fluster
relief
habitat
to taste or smell, esp. with pleasure; the taste or smell
to make nervous or upset
a distinction or prominence due to contract
the place where a person or thing is ordinarily found; a part…
savor
to taste or smell, esp. with pleasure; the taste or smell
fluster
to make nervous or upset
125 terms
SAT Elite Vocabulary [Cumulative] #376-500
headstrong
euphony
vortex
aviary
determined to have one's own way; stubbornly willful
pleasing sound, esp. of words
a flow of fluid around an axis, like a whirlpool
a large enclosure for keeping birds
headstrong
determined to have one's own way; stubbornly willful
euphony
pleasing sound, esp. of words
125 terms
SAT Elite Vocabulary #501-625 [Cumulative]
wizend
corrode
florid
enervate
wrinkled from aging
to eat into; destroy gradually, as by a chemical process
flushed with rosy color; overdecorated
to weaken
wizend
wrinkled from aging
corrode
to eat into; destroy gradually, as by a chemical process
125 terms
SAT Elite Vocabulary #126-250 [Cumulative]
deference
salient
unseemely
remorse
yielding an opinion, desire, or position to another out of re…
important, prominent, most noticeable
not decent or proper
sadness or regret for what one has done
deference
yielding an opinion, desire, or position to another out of re…
salient
important, prominent, most noticeable
125 terms
SAT Elite Vocabulary #251-375 [Cumulative]
metamorphosis
prestige
duplicity
peruse
a transformation, as by magic; a marked change in appearance…
fame or importance based on reputation or achievements
deception; deceitfulness; double-dealing
to read carefully
metamorphosis
a transformation, as by magic; a marked change in appearance…
prestige
fame or importance based on reputation or achievements
125 terms
SAT Elite Vocabulary #626-750 [Cumulative]
bleak
comprise
denounce
recrimination
gloomy and somber; dreary
to include; to contain; to be composed of
to speak out against; to accuse publically
a reply to one charge with a countercharge
bleak
gloomy and somber; dreary
comprise
to include; to contain; to be composed of
150 terms
SAT Elite Vocabulary #1-150 [Cumulative]
bide
consent
volition
nascent
to remain in a condition or state; to wait
to approve; to agree; to yield
a conscious choice or decision
coming into being; being born
bide
to remain in a condition or state; to wait
consent
to approve; to agree; to yield
40 terms
Elite SAT Vocab Cumulative
Bide
Consent
Volition
Nascent
(v) to remain in a condition or state; to wait
(v) to approve; to agree; to yield
(n) a conscious choice or decision
(adj) coming into being; being born
Bide
(v) to remain in a condition or state; to wait
Consent
(v) to approve; to agree; to yield
9 terms
SAT Vocab (Elite Cumulative)
vagary
congenital
kindred
entail
an erratic notion or action
present since birth; being an essential characteristic
related or similar in origin or nature
to have as a necessary result
vagary
an erratic notion or action
congenital
present since birth; being an essential characteristic
1,000 terms
Elite SAT Cumulative Vocabulary (6/22-7/20) 1-1000
rouse
piquant
endow
xenophobia
to wake or provoke
agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably stimulat…
to provide with material goods, talents, or qualities
fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners
rouse
to wake or provoke
piquant
agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably stimulat…
400 terms
Elite WBC Cumulative Vocabulary
pretense
negligent
alacrity
dilemma
n. a false or misleading show of something
adj. careless; inattentive
n. cheerful willingness; swiftness
n. a situation in which one must choose between two equally b…
pretense
n. a false or misleading show of something
negligent
adj. careless; inattentive
1,000 terms
Elite SAT Cumulative Vocabulary (7/21-8/14) 1001-2000
lucrative
uncanny
utopia
hue
producing wealth; profitable
strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
an ideally perfect place
a shade of color
lucrative
producing wealth; profitable
uncanny
strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
250 terms
Elite SAT Vocab 1-250 for Cumulative Quiz
rouse
piquant
endow
xenophobia
v. to wake or provoke
adj. agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably sti…
v. to provide with material goods, talents, or qualities
n. fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners
rouse
v. to wake or provoke
piquant
adj. agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably sti…
250 terms
Elite SAT: 126-250 Cumulative A & B
benevolent
idyllic
preposterous
sanction
adj. characterized by doing good
adj. pleasing and simple
adj. absurd; ridiculous; senseless; irrational
v. to give official approval
benevolent
adj. characterized by doing good
idyllic
adj. pleasing and simple
250 terms
Elite SAT: 1-125 Cumulative A & B
castigate
induct
trivial
corollary
v. to criticize severely, esp. in public
v. to place formally in office; to admit as a member
adj. of little worth or importance
n. a natural consequence or effect; a deduction or an inference
castigate
v. to criticize severely, esp. in public
induct
v. to place formally in office; to admit as a member
500 terms
Elite Boot Camp SAT Vocab Cumulative 1-500
rouse
piquant
endow
xenophobia
v. to wake or provoke
adj. agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably sti…
v. to provide with material goods, talents, or qualities
n. fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners
rouse
v. to wake or provoke
piquant
adj. agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably sti…
250 terms
Elite Boot Camp SAT Vocab 1251-1500 for Cumulative
overwrought
recapitulate
sedulous
transparent
adj. extremely nervous or excited
v. to summarize; to paraphrase
adj. working hard and steadily; diligent
adj. obvious; undisguised
overwrought
adj. extremely nervous or excited
recapitulate
v. to summarize; to paraphrase
1,000 terms
Elite Boot Camp SAT Vocab 1-1000 For Cumulative
rouse
piquant
endow
xenophobia
v. to wake or provoke
adj. agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably sti…
v. to provide with material goods, talents, or qualities
n. fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners
rouse
v. to wake or provoke
piquant
adj. agreeably pungent or sharp in taste; tart; agreeably sti…
250 terms
Elite Boot Camp SAT Vocab 1001-1250 for Cumulative
lucrative
uncanny
utopia
hue
adj. producing wealth; profitable
adj. strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
n. an ideally perfect place
n. a shade of color
lucrative
adj. producing wealth; profitable
uncanny
adj. strangely unsettling, as if of supernatural origin
250 terms
Elite Boot Camp SAT Vocab 501-750 for Cumulative Quiz
fruitless
callous
noisome
culminate
adj. without results; unprofitable
adj. lacking pity or mercy; unfeeling
adj. disgustingly offensive; food (esp. in reference to an od…
v. to reach the highest point
fruitless
adj. without results; unprofitable
callous
adj. lacking pity or mercy; unfeeling
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1201 to 1250
hypothesis
homogeneous
vanguard
prominent
a tentative explanation; something assumed true for the sake…
uniform; of the same kind
the leading position in an army or fleet; the leading positio…
noticeable; widely known
hypothesis
a tentative explanation; something assumed true for the sake…
homogeneous
uniform; of the same kind
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1701 to 1750
sanctimonious
pusillanimous
mar
scapegoat
pretending holiness; hypocritically devout
cowardly
to damage
one who takes blame
sanctimonious
pretending holiness; hypocritically devout
pusillanimous
cowardly
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1801 to 1850
incarnate
pallid
adhere
subsume
in human form and shape
faint in color; pale
to stick to; to be a firm follower
to include as part of a larger group
incarnate
in human form and shape
pallid
faint in color; pale
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1851 to 1900
linchpin
assess
esoteric
obviate
a central element that holds other parts together
to estimate
known by or confined to a small number of people
to stop from occurring; to prevent or make unneccesary
linchpin
a central element that holds other parts together
assess
to estimate
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1501 to 1550
metaphysical
kudos
implacable
autocracy
highly abstract or theoretical; lacking physical form
glory; fame
unable to be pacified; relentless
rule by one person with unlimited power
metaphysical
highly abstract or theoretical; lacking physical form
kudos
glory; fame
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1551 to 1600
quaint
mores
perfunctory
civic
odd, esp. in an old-fashioned way
accepted rules of behavior
done without care or interest or merely as a form or routine
pertaining to a city or citizen
quaint
odd, esp. in an old-fashioned way
mores
accepted rules of behavior
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 710 to 750
eulogy
turbulence
overweening
impel
a speech or written tribute in praise of someone who has died
commotion or wild disorder
excessively arrogant; overbearing
to push something into motion
eulogy
a speech or written tribute in praise of someone who has died
turbulence
commotion or wild disorder
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 151 to 200
exacerbate
rue
esteem
foster
to make more violent, bitter, or severe
to regret
high regard; respect | to regard highly
to bring up or nurture
exacerbate
to make more violent, bitter, or severe
rue
to regret
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 201 to 250
scrutiny
elude
nuance
cosmopolitan
close examination; minute inspection; a careful watch
to escape from, as by daring or skill; to escape the understa…
variation of meaning; subtlety
having worldwide scope; so sophisticated as to be at home in…
scrutiny
close examination; minute inspection; a careful watch
elude
to escape from, as by daring or skill; to escape the understa…
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1101 to 1150
pecuniary
flummox
embed
rambunctious
of or involving money
to confuse or perplex
to fix in a surrounding mass
very loud and disorderly
pecuniary
of or involving money
flummox
to confuse or perplex
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 751 to 800
abstruse
dissonant
advocate
hubris
difficult to understand
harsh and disagreeable in sound
to speak in support of something
excessive pride
abstruse
difficult to understand
dissonant
harsh and disagreeable in sound
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 901 to 950
dreary
chronicle
impale
suffrage
depressing and boring
a recording of events in order of time
to pierce with something sharp; to make helpless
the right to vote
dreary
depressing and boring
chronicle
a recording of events in order of time
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1151 to 1200
discrepancy
viable
insipid
paternal
lack of agreement; difference
able to live; capable of success
uninteresting; having no flavor
relating to or characteristic of a father
discrepancy
lack of agreement; difference
viable
able to live; capable of success
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 951 to 1000
treatise
nexus
chronic
forbear
a formal piece of writing, usually long, on a particular subj…
a connection or intersection
continuing for a long time; recurrent
to be patient or avoid doing
treatise
a formal piece of writing, usually long, on a particular subj…
nexus
a connection or intersection
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 251 to 300
ineffable
revere
forage
scale
incapable of being expressed
to honor
to search for food or provisions
to climb
ineffable
incapable of being expressed
revere
to honor
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 351 to 400
abdicate
nimble
aftermath
indict
to willingly give up the position of king, queen, etc.; to ch…
fast and light in motion
a result or consequence
to formally accuse of criminal activity
abdicate
to willingly give up the position of king, queen, etc.; to ch…
nimble
fast and light in motion
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 551 to 600
contract
retire
dowdy
genealogy
to reduce in size by drawing together
to retreat, as from battle
lacking in neatness or style; shabby
the science or study of family descent
contract
to reduce in size by drawing together
retire
to retreat, as from battle
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1351 to 1400
notorious
travesty
sycophant
fertile
having a bad reputation
an imitation that makes a serious thing seem ridiculous
one who seeks favor by flattering people of wealth or influence
producing abundantly; prolific
notorious
having a bad reputation
travesty
an imitation that makes a serious thing seem ridiculous
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1651 to 1700
vestige
pseudonym
itinerary
veritable
a trace of something that once existed but has disappeared
a fictitious name assumed by an author
a route or proposed route for a journey
being truly named; real or genuine
vestige
a trace of something that once existed but has disappeared
pseudonym
a fictitious name assumed by an author
50 terms
Elite SAT Vocabulary - 1401 to 1450
embellish
convalesce
truckle
acerbic
to decorate; to add ornamental or fictitious details to
to recover from illness; to recuperate
to submit in a subservient manner to a superior; to fawn
sharp in smell and taste; harsh in tone
embellish
to decorate; to add ornamental or fictitious details to
convalesce
to recover from illness; to recuperate
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