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SAT VOCABULARY #5
superbly
wholly
foe
arduous
extremely well; wonderfully
Completely
enemy
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
superbly
extremely well; wonderfully
wholly
Completely
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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…
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
Decadent
Demagogue
Demeanor
Discrepancy
adj. decaying in morals
n. an evil leader
n. a person's behavior and appearance
n. a difference; a disagreement
Decadent
adj. decaying in morals
Demagogue
n. an evil leader
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SAT Vocabulary #5
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
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
immutable
metamorphosis
rupture
transmute
unchangeable
a transformation
to break open
to transform
immutable
unchangeable
metamorphosis
a transformation
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SAT Vocabulary List 5
laconic
harrowing
aptitude
endure
brief, using few words
extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
capacity for learning; natural ability
to carry on through despite hardships; to put up with
laconic
brief, using few words
harrowing
extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
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
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SAT Vocabulary 5-10
acquiesce
bombastic
capitulate
deflate
v- to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others; to gi…
adj- high-sounding; marked by use of language without much re…
v- to surrender; to cease resisting
v- to let air out of; to reduce in size or importance
acquiesce
v- to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others; to gi…
bombastic
adj- high-sounding; marked by use of language without much re…
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SAT Vocabulary List 5
balm
beget
beleaguer
bereave
soothing, healing influence... something that relieves pain
to give birth to; to create; to lead to; to cause
to surround; to besiege; to harass
Suffering the death of a loved one; left alone
balm
soothing, healing influence... something that relieves pain
beget
to give birth to; to create; to lead to; to cause
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sat vocabulary 5
contentious
shambles
promontory
viable
Quarrelsome
utter disorder
a high point of land extending into water
able to live
contentious
Quarrelsome
shambles
utter disorder
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SAT Vocabulary #5-H
abstracted
adulation
adversity
burgeon
removed in thought from the immediate situation; lost in one'…
extreme praise or admiration... Antonym: defamation; slander
misfortune; unfavorable happening... Antonym: prosperity
to sprout; to newly emerge... Antonym: to shrivel and die; to w…
abstracted
removed in thought from the immediate situation; lost in one'…
adulation
extreme praise or admiration... Antonym: defamation; slander
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SAT Vocabulary Set 5
variegated
anomalous
palpable
iconoclast
varied; marked with different colors
abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual
(adj.) capable of being touched or felt; easily seen, heard,…
one who opposes established beliefs, customs, and institutions
variegated
varied; marked with different colors
anomalous
abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual
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SAT Vocabulary List#5
depose... The dictator was deposed by a…
deprecate... She had a tendency to self-…
derivative... The derivative of a functi…
derogatory... Chelsea made derogatory co…
(v.) remove from office suddenly and forcefully OR testify to…
(v.) express disapproval of OR to play down
(adj.) imitative of the work of another person, and usually d…
(adj.) showing a critical or disrespectful attitude.
depose... The dictator was deposed by a…
(v.) remove from office suddenly and forcefully OR testify to…
deprecate... She had a tendency to self-…
(v.) express disapproval of OR to play down
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SAT 2.5 Vocabulary
joust
infamy
nepotism
fleece
a combat with lances between two knights
an evil reputation
favors shown by those in high positions to relatives and frie…
to defraud, swindle
joust
a combat with lances between two knights
infamy
an evil reputation
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SAT Vocabulary 5-10
acquiesce
bombastic
capitulate
deflate
to give consent by keeping silent
high sounding
to give up
to lower in size
acquiesce
to give consent by keeping silent
bombastic
high sounding
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SAT Vocabulary 5
bolster (v./n.)
bombastic (adj.)
boon (n.)
boorish (adj.)
to support, as in a group; to give a boost; a large pillow
high sounding; use of language without much real meaning
a timely benefit; a blessing
unmannered; crude; insensitve
bolster (v./n.)
to support, as in a group; to give a boost; a large pillow
bombastic (adj.)
high sounding; use of language without much real meaning
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SAT Vocabulary #5
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
23 terms
SAT Vocabulary #5
Caricature
Circuitous
Consummate
Derivative
(n.) a representation (especially in drawing) in which the su…
(adj.) roundabout, not direct
(adj.) complete or perfect in the highest degree; (v.) to bri…
Unoriginal
Caricature
(n.) a representation (especially in drawing) in which the su…
Circuitous
(adj.) roundabout, not direct
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SAT Vocabulary #5
disrepute
eclectic
edify
effrontery
disgrace, dishonor
selecting from various sources
instruct, enlighten
impudence, nerve
disrepute
disgrace, dishonor
eclectic
selecting from various sources
SAT Vocabulary 5
cajole (v)
callous (adj)
capitulate (v)
capricious (adj)
to persuade by pleasant words or false promises.
unfeeling; insensitive
to surrender; to cease resisting
changeable; fickle; unpredictable
cajole (v)
to persuade by pleasant words or false promises.
callous (adj)
unfeeling; insensitive
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SAT Vocabulary 5
hierarchy
idiosyncrasy
impetuous
incompetent
a ranking system
characteristic that is peculiar to a specific person
impulsive
incapable; not qualified
hierarchy
a ranking system
idiosyncrasy
characteristic that is peculiar to a specific person
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SAT Vocabulary Group 5 (English <=> English)
absolution (n.)
blatant (adj.)
blatantly (adv.)
blatancy (n.)
forgiveness; pardon; release
obvious; (of bad behavior) done openly and unshamedly
The adverb of blatant
The noun of blatant
absolution (n.)
forgiveness; pardon; release
blatant (adj.)
obvious; (of bad behavior) done openly and unshamedly
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List 5 SAT Vocabulary
aversion
behemoth
contemporary
fickle
(n.) a particular dislike for something (Because he's from Ha…
(n.) something of enormous size, power, or appearance
(adj) belonging to the present time
(adj) likely to change on a whim or without apparent reason
aversion
(n.) a particular dislike for something (Because he's from Ha…
behemoth
(n.) something of enormous size, power, or appearance
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List 5 SAT vocabulary
dogmatic
duplicity
eclectic
egotism
opinionated and arbitrary; expressing personal opinions or be…
deliberate deceptiveness; dishonest behavior that is meant to…
composed of elements drawn from diverse sources; including th…
excessive self-importance; conceit; the feeling or belief tha…
dogmatic
opinionated and arbitrary; expressing personal opinions or be…
duplicity
deliberate deceptiveness; dishonest behavior that is meant to…
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SAT Vocabulary Week 5
benevolent
benign
bleak
bolster
disposed to do good
gentle in disposition; not malignant
barren and lacking in warmth
support or prop up
benevolent
disposed to do good
benign
gentle in disposition; not malignant
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Quack Sat Vocabulary #5
lucid
enigma
diverse
maudlin
easy to understand
a mystery
different, various
wallowing in self-pity
lucid
easy to understand
enigma
a mystery
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SAT Vocabulary #5
endorse
carnage
snivel
sentinel
give support or one's approval to
Bloody and extensive slaughter
cry or whine with snuffling
A person or thing that watches
endorse
give support or one's approval to
carnage
Bloody and extensive slaughter
SAT Vocabulary 5
adventitious... adjective
affront... noun
amalgamate... verb
capacious... adjective
accidental... our meeting was adventitious
an intentional act of disrespect... throwing water at someone i…
to unite one body... the 2 metals were amalgamated
spacious... the apartment was capacious
adventitious... adjective
accidental... our meeting was adventitious
affront... noun
an intentional act of disrespect... throwing water at someone i…
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SAT Vocabulary #5
conflagration
induce
soporific
anarchy
huge fire: inferno
cause to happen
causing sleep; very boring
lawlessness; absence of government/ control
conflagration
huge fire: inferno
induce
cause to happen
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SAT VOCABULARY #5
abate
adulterate
allure
animosity
(v) to make less in amount, degree, etc.
(v) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of le…
(v) to entice, tempt, to be attractive to
(n) strong dislike, bitter hostility
abate
(v) to make less in amount, degree, etc.
adulterate
(v) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of le…
15 terms
Vocabulary: Lesson 6 + 5 SAT
pacifist
queue
restrict
sage
(n.) one who is against violence
(n.) a line of people or some things (v.) to form a line
(v.) to keep within set limits; to confine
(n.) a very wise person
pacifist
(n.) one who is against violence
queue
(n.) a line of people or some things (v.) to form a line
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SAT Vocabulary 5
acrimonious
ameliorate
amenable
amorphous
angry, bitter, and caustic
to make better, to relieve, to improve
open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tractable,…
shapeless, having no definite form
acrimonious
angry, bitter, and caustic
ameliorate
to make better, to relieve, to improve
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SAT Vocabulary Week 5
benevolent
benign
bleak
bolster
disposed to do good
gentle in disposition; not malignant
barren and lacking in warmth
support or prop up
benevolent
disposed to do good
benign
gentle in disposition; not malignant
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SAT Vocabulary # 5
canvas
capricious
captivate
carouse
a piece of cloth on which an artist paints
impulsive, unpredictable
to hold the interest of, to gain the attention of
to revel, to party
canvas
a piece of cloth on which an artist paints
capricious
impulsive, unpredictable
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Sat Vocabulary List 5-10
acquiesce
bombastic
capitulate
deflate
verb- to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others; to…
adjective- high-sounding; marked by use of language without m…
verb- to surrender; to cease resisting.
verb- to let air out of; to reduce in size or importance.
acquiesce
verb- to accept the conclusions or arrangements of others; to…
bombastic
adjective- high-sounding; marked by use of language without m…
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SAT Vocabulary List #5
Altruistic
Assent
Benefactor
Chivalrous
showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others
agreement to a statement or proposal
a person who helps others, usually financially
acting with courtesy and good manners, like an ideal knight
Altruistic
showing unselfish concern for the welfare of others
Assent
agreement to a statement or proposal
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SAT Vocabulary 5
laconic
harrowing
aptitude
endure
brief, using few words
extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
capacity for learning; natural ability
to carry on through despite hardships; to put up with
laconic
brief, using few words
harrowing
extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 5
acrimonious
languid
ephemeral
impervious
angry in tone
slow
lasting a short time
incapable of being penetrated
acrimonious
angry in tone
languid
slow
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SAT Vocabulary 5
cajole
callous
capitulate
capricious
to persuade by pleasant words or false promises
unfeeling; insensitive
to surrender; to cease resisting
changeable; fickle
cajole
to persuade by pleasant words or false promises
callous
unfeeling; insensitive
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5000 SAT Vocabulary #5
allegory
alleviate
alley
alliance
n. The setting forth of a subject under the guise of another…
v. To make less burdensome or less hard to bear
n. A narrow street, garden path, walk, or the like
n. Any combination or union for some common purpose
allegory
n. The setting forth of a subject under the guise of another…
alleviate
v. To make less burdensome or less hard to bear
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SAT Vocabulary List 5 Definitions
conviction
zealot
coherence
cohesion
verdict that someone is guilty of a crime; strongly held belief
person who shows excessive religious or political fervor
logical consistency; quality of sticking together
tendency to keep together
conviction
verdict that someone is guilty of a crime; strongly held belief
zealot
person who shows excessive religious or political fervor
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SAT Vocabulary: Week 5
compatible
compile
comply
comprehensive
able to get along or work well together; well suited; consist…
assemble; gather; accumulate
go along with rules
thorough
compatible
able to get along or work well together; well suited; consist…
compile
assemble; gather; accumulate
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SAT Vocabulary Week 5
exhume
The medical examiner requested that au…
laudable
The body is deserves being ___________…
dig out of the ground; remove from a grave
exhume
Worthy of praise... Deserving praise
Laudable
exhume
dig out of the ground; remove from a grave
The medical examiner requested that au…
exhume
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary List #5
reiterate
conflagration
abridge
soporific
to say again; to repeat
a huge fire; inferno
to shorten or condense
causing sleep; very boring
reiterate
to say again; to repeat
conflagration
a huge fire; inferno
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SAT Vocabulary Week 5
adultory
agile
agitate
agitation
obsequiously complimentary
moving quickly and lightly
move or cause to move back and forth
a mental state of extreme emotional disturbance
adultory
obsequiously complimentary
agile
moving quickly and lightly
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Week 5 SAT Vocabulary
concur
rampant
clandestine
inane
to agree
widespread, going unchecked
secret, undercover
foolish, silly
concur
to agree
rampant
widespread, going unchecked
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Week 5 SAT Vocabulary
Foster(Verb)
Gregarious(Adjective)
Mitigate(Verb)
Paradox(Noun)
to help develop; promote
fond of the company of others
make less severe, serious, or painful
a statement that seems contradictory, but maybe true in fact
Foster(Verb)
to help develop; promote
Gregarious(Adjective)
fond of the company of others
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LTF SAT Vocabulary #5
acrimonious
ameliorate
amenable
amorphous
caustic, marked by strong resentment or cynicism
to make better, to relieve, to improve
open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tractable,…
shapeless, having no definite form
acrimonious
caustic, marked by strong resentment or cynicism
ameliorate
to make better, to relieve, to improve
20 terms
#5 SAT vocabulary
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
adj. unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
verb: to express agreement... noun: agreement
noun: one who does good to others
adj. marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly
altruistic
adj. unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
assent
verb: to express agreement... noun: agreement
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5000 SAT Vocabulary #5
allegory
alleviate
alley
alliance
n. The setting forth of a subject under the guise of another…
v. To make less burdensome or less hard to bear
n. A narrow street, garden path, walk, or the like
n. Any combination or union for some common purpose
allegory
n. The setting forth of a subject under the guise of another…
alleviate
v. To make less burdensome or less hard to bear
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