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Essential SAT Vocabulary ( 2nd set)
contrive
conventional
convey
convoluted
to plan or scheme
conforming to accepted standards
to bring or communicate
intricately involved
contrive
to plan or scheme
conventional
conforming to accepted standards
Essential SAT Vocabulary (3rd Set)
erroneous
erudite
estrangement
evasive
containing an error
learned or scholarly
state of being separated or kept at a distance
intentionally vague or ambiguous
erroneous
containing an error
erudite
learned or scholarly
Essential SAT Vocabulary (4th set)
Mercenary
Metaphor
Meticulous
Misanthrope
Motivated purely by money
A direct comparison between two dissimilar things
Showing extreme care about small details
One who hates mankind
Mercenary
Motivated purely by money
Metaphor
A direct comparison between two dissimilar things
Essential SAT Vocabulary (5th set)
Renowned
Repress
Repudiate
Repulsive
Celebrated, famous
To keep under control
To reject as false
Causing repugnance or aversion
Renowned
Celebrated, famous
Repress
To keep under control
500 terms
Word SAT Vocabulary Essentials
Abase
Abstinence
Abstract
Abstruse
Deprived of confidence;... Dennis felt _______ after his parent…
Self-restraining... While in training for the marathon, Elsa's…
Unspecific; general... The essay would of been much better if t…
Hard to understand; vague... The assigned homework task was to…
Abase
Deprived of confidence;... Dennis felt _______ after his parent…
Abstinence
Self-restraining... While in training for the marathon, Elsa's…
134 terms
SAT Essentials (Vocabulary)
Deprecate
Acquiesce
Belie
Contentious
(v.) to express mild disapproval; to belittle
(v.) to accept relunctantly but without protest; to agree or…
(v.) to give a false impression of, to misrepresent
(adj) argumentative; quarrelsome; causing controversy or disa…
Deprecate
(v.) to express mild disapproval; to belittle
Acquiesce
(v.) to accept relunctantly but without protest; to agree or…
7 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary 2-3 Review Set
corroborate
deplore
conflated
chronicle
confirm
feel or express disapproval
...
...
corroborate
confirm
deplore
feel or express disapproval
68 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary Review Set 4-8
tentative
unscrupulous
tenacity
tractable
not fully worked out, lack of confidence
dishonest
firmness
easily managed
tentative
not fully worked out, lack of confidence
unscrupulous
dishonest
25 terms
American Literature Essential/SAT Vocabulary (Set 1)
Abhor
Abject
Abstract
Acrimony
verb. to dislike (someone or something) very much
adjective. extremely bad or severe
adjective. relating to or involving general ideas or qualitie…
noun. angry and bitter feelings
Abhor
verb. to dislike (someone or something) very much
Abject
adjective. extremely bad or severe
25 terms
American Literature Essential/SAT Vocabulary (Set 5)
Eradicate
Erratic
Evanescent
Exculpate
verb. destroy completely; put an end to
adjective. not even or regular in pattern or movement; unpred…
adjective. soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence
verb. show or declare that (someone) is not guilty of wrongdo…
Eradicate
verb. destroy completely; put an end to
Erratic
adjective. not even or regular in pattern or movement; unpred…
25 terms
American Literature Essential/SAT Vocabulary (Set 6)
Gratuitous
Hackneyed
Harangue
Harassing
adjective. not necessary or appropriate
adjective. not interesting, funny, etc., because of being use…
noun. a forceful or angry speech
verb. to annoy or bother (someone) in a constant or repeated…
Gratuitous
adjective. not necessary or appropriate
Hackneyed
adjective. not interesting, funny, etc., because of being use…
25 terms
American Literature Essential/SAT Vocabulary (Set 3)
Consecrate
Contemporary
Contemptuous
Conundrum
verb. to announce something is sacred or devoted to a specifi…
adjective. happening or beginning now or in recent times
adjective. feeling or showing deep hatred or disapproval
noun. a confusing or difficult problem
Consecrate
verb. to announce something is sacred or devoted to a specifi…
Contemporary
adjective. happening or beginning now or in recent times
25 terms
American Literature Essential/SAT Vocabulary (Set 4)
Disapprobation
Discern
Discourse
Disingenuous
noun. the act or state of disapproving
verb. to recognize or perceive (something)
noun. written or spoken communication or debate
adjective. not truly honest or sincere
Disapprobation
noun. the act or state of disapproving
Discern
verb. to recognize or perceive (something)
25 terms
American Literature Essential/SAT Vocabulary (Set 2)
Assuage
Auspicious
Autonomous
Banality
verb. to make (something, such as an unpleasant feeling) less…
adjective. showing or suggesting that future success is likely
adjective. existing or acting separately from other things or…
noun. something that is boring or ordinary
Assuage
verb. to make (something, such as an unpleasant feeling) less…
Auspicious
adjective. showing or suggesting that future success is likely
44 terms
SAT Essentials - Vocabulary - Week 1
abscond
access
anarchy
arduous
(v) to run off and hide
(n) approach or admittance to places, persons, things, an inc…
(n) a lack of government
(adj) hard to do, requiring much effort
abscond
(v) to run off and hide
access
(n) approach or admittance to places, persons, things, an inc…
52 terms
SAT Essentials - Vocabulary - Week 3
aspire
bleak
chide
despicable
(v) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
(adj) bare, dreary, dismal
(v) to blame, scold
(adj) worthy of scorn, comtemptible
aspire
(v) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
bleak
(adj) bare, dreary, dismal
34 terms
Essentials C 2016 SAT Vocabulary List
abstruse
fraught
doldrums
commodious
hard to understand
teeming with; laden; full; involving; accompanied by
a period or condition of depression or inactivity; a part of…
spacious, roomy, capacious
abstruse
hard to understand
fraught
teeming with; laden; full; involving; accompanied by
44 terms
SAT Essentials - Vocabulary - Week 5
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
(v) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of le…
(adj) able to use both hands equally well... (adj) very skillful…
(v) to make larger, increase
(adj) deprived of, made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
(v) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of le…
ambidextrous
(adj) able to use both hands equally well... (adj) very skillful…
55 terms
SAT Essentials - Vocabulary - Week 4
ad infinitum
apportion
bona fide
buoyant
(adj) endlessly
(v) to divide and give out in shares
(adj) genuine, sincere
(adj) able to float easily, able to hold things up, cheerful,…
ad infinitum
(adj) endlessly
apportion
(v) to divide and give out in shares
58 terms
SAT Essentials - Vocabulary - Week 7
abhor
buffet
chaos
commodious
(v) to regard with horror or loathing, to hate deeply... Syn: de…
(v) to slap or cuff, strike repeatedly... Syn: batter, sock, thu…
(n) great confusion, disorder... Syn: anarchy, turmoil, pandemon…
(adj) roomy, spacious... Syn: ample, capacious... An: cramped, clau…
abhor
(v) to regard with horror or loathing, to hate deeply... Syn: de…
buffet
(v) to slap or cuff, strike repeatedly... Syn: batter, sock, thu…
50 terms
SAT Essentials - Vocabulary - Week 8
acquiesce
askew
blithe
contentious
(v) to accept without protest, to agree or submit
(adj) twisted to one side, crooked, disapprovingly
(adj) cheerful, lightened, casual, unconcerned
(adj) quarrelsome, inclined to argue
acquiesce
(v) to accept without protest, to agree or submit
askew
(adj) twisted to one side, crooked, disapprovingly
54 terms
SAT Essentials - Vocabulary - Week 6
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
(adj) associated, connected
(v) to find out
(n) an accomplishment, the act of achieving
(v) to give or pass on as an inheritance
affiliated
(adj) associated, connected
ascertain
(v) to find out
47 terms
SAT Essentials - Vocabulary - Week 2
adieu
advent
apex
assimilate
(int) Farewell... (n) a farewell
(n) an arrival; a coming into place or view
(n) the highest point, tip
(v) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own;…
adieu
(int) Farewell... (n) a farewell
advent
(n) an arrival; a coming into place or view
776 terms
Essential SAT Vocabulary
abash
abate
abdicate
aberration
(v.) to make ashamed; to embarrass... John felt abashed by hi…
(v.) to reduce; to subside ... After Mary twisted her ankle, th…
(v.) to step down from a position of authority or responsibil…
n. something not typical, unusual... Peter's bad behavior was a…
abash
(v.) to make ashamed; to embarrass... John felt abashed by hi…
abate
(v.) to reduce; to subside ... After Mary twisted her ankle, th…
500 terms
Essential SAT Vocabulary
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
(verb)... deprive of self-esteem, confidence
(noun)... denial of an indulgence or appetite
(adjective)... apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or ev…
(adjective)... hard to understand
abase
(verb)... deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
(noun)... denial of an indulgence or appetite
79 terms
Essential Vocabulary for the Redesigned SAT List 1
earthly
amoral
abject
ethical
worldly
lacking a sense of right and wrong
MISERABLE; PITIFUL
(adj.) Having to do with morals, values, right and wrong; in…
earthly
worldly
amoral
lacking a sense of right and wrong
75 terms
Essential Vocabulary for the Redesigned SAT List 2
impugn
usher
swirl
spike
(v.) to call into question; to attack as false
(v) to show someone where they should go, or to make someone…
move in a circular pattern
A large heavy nail
impugn
(v.) to call into question; to attack as false
usher
(v) to show someone where they should go, or to make someone…
50 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary (1)
Articulate
Coherent
Cohesive
Connoissuer
Adjective... Using language easily or clearly... Synonym: Eloquent
Adjective... Logically connected or consistent... Synonym: clear
Adjective... United, integrated, or unified... Synonym: Integrated
Noun... A person with expert knowledge... Synonym: Expert, buff
Articulate
Adjective... Using language easily or clearly... Synonym: Eloquent
Coherent
Adjective... Logically connected or consistent... Synonym: clear
60 terms
Essential SAT Vocabulary
Erudite
Enumerate
Ephemeral
Erroneous
To be learned or scholarly
To number or list
Lasting a short time... (Francium lasts a short time)
Containing an error; incorrect
Erudite
To be learned or scholarly
Enumerate
To number or list
150 terms
Essential SAT Vocabulary
Presumption
Nebulous
Mollify
Empirical
Assumption or Supposition
Hazy, vague or indistinct
To soften in feeling or temper
Provable from experiment or experience
Presumption
Assumption or Supposition
Nebulous
Hazy, vague or indistinct
57 terms
Essential SAT Vocabulary
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abstruse
abstinence
accessible
n.... Deprive of self-esteem... Lack of confidence
adj. ... Hard to understand, complex
n. ... Denial of an indulgence or appetite.
adj. ... Easy to approach or enter ... something that is attainable…
abase
n.... Deprive of self-esteem... Lack of confidence
abstruse
adj. ... Hard to understand, complex
404 terms
Essential SAT Vocabulary
Altruistic
Diffident
Reticent
Antithetical
characterized by unselfish concern for the welfare of others;…
timid; lacking self-confidence; shy and reserved
reluctant to publicly discuss one's thoughts, feelings, and p…
characterized by an extreme contrast or polar opposites
Altruistic
characterized by unselfish concern for the welfare of others;…
Diffident
timid; lacking self-confidence; shy and reserved
SAT Vocabulary: The Essential 500 Words
aesthetic
conventional
mitigate
pragmatic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
customary; conforming to established practices
to make less severe or harsh; to moderate; to lessen; to reli…
pratical; realistic; down to earth
aesthetic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
conventional
customary; conforming to established practices
SAT Vocabulary: The Essential 500 Words
aesthetic
conventional
mitigate
pragmatic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
customary; conforming to established practices
to make less severe or harsh; to moderate; to lessen; to reli…
pratical; realistic; down to earth
aesthetic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
conventional
customary; conforming to established practices
150 terms
Essential SAT Vocabulary Part 1
Aesthetic
Conventional
Mitigate
Pragmatic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
customary; conforming to established practices
to make less severe or harsh; to moderate; to lessen; to reli…
practical; realistic; down to earth
Aesthetic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
Conventional
customary; conforming to established practices
Essential SAT vocabulary
abase
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
apart from actual, specific, concrete ideas or evernts
hard to understand
abase
deprive of self-esteem, confidence
abstinence
denial of an indulgence or appetite
500 terms
Princeton 500 Flashcards Essential SAT Vocabulary
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
97 terms
The Essential 500 SAT Vocabulary
Qualify
Reticent
Vignette
Sanguine
to limit, modify, or restrict
Reserved
a brief literary sketch
confidently cheerful and optimistic
Qualify
to limit, modify, or restrict
Reticent
Reserved
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary Essential 2
abnegation
acerbic
acute
asile
(n.) denial of comfort to oneself
(adj.) biting, bitter in tone or taste
1. (adj.) sharp, severe... 2. (adj.) having keen insight
(n.) a passageway between rows of seats
abnegation
(n.) denial of comfort to oneself
acerbic
(adj.) biting, bitter in tone or taste
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary Essential 1
accost
affluent
aggrandize
ambiguous
(v.) to confront verbally
(adj.) rich, wealthy
(v.) to increase or make greater
(adj.) uncertain, variably interpretable
accost
(v.) to confront verbally
affluent
(adj.) rich, wealthy
63 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary Week 4
abridged (adj.)
aesthetic (adj.)
altruistic (adj.)
antagonist(ic) (adj.)
(used for texts) shortened by condensing or rewriting
having to with beauty or the appreciation of beauty
unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
hostile; opposed
abridged (adj.)
(used for texts) shortened by condensing or rewriting
aesthetic (adj.)
having to with beauty or the appreciation of beauty
500 terms
The Princeton Review Essential SAT Vocabulary
culpable
curt
dearth
decry
(adj.) deserving blame
(adj.) rudely brief or abrupt in speech or manner
(adj.) an inadequate supply (lack)
(v.) to denounce as faulty or worthless
culpable
(adj.) deserving blame
curt
(adj.) rudely brief or abrupt in speech or manner
20 terms
SAT VOCABULARY ESSENTIALS 500 #161-180
CAPRICIOUS
FICKLE
ENMITY
ANIMUS
very changeable and impulsive
very changeable and impulsive
a feeling of intense dislike and ANIMOSITY; ANTIPATHY
a feeling of intense dislike and ANIMOSITY; ANTIPATHY
CAPRICIOUS
very changeable and impulsive
FICKLE
very changeable and impulsive
100 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary #6
accentuate
affordable
agenda
aggrieve
강조하다, 두드러지게 하다
줄 수 있는, 알맞은, 가능한
일정, 계획, 해야 할 일
학대하다, 괴롭히다
accentuate
강조하다, 두드러지게 하다
affordable
줄 수 있는, 알맞은, 가능한
100 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary #21
adroit
affliction
affront
aggregate
노련한
고통, 병, 크나 큰 괴로움
모욕, 상처
전체의, 종합하다
adroit
노련한
affliction
고통, 병, 크나 큰 괴로움
100 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary #3
administrator
affable
affiliate
amateur
관리자, 행정인
상냥한, 사근사근한
친분을 맺다
비전문가
administrator
관리자, 행정인
affable
상냥한, 사근사근한
100 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary #1
abnegate
accord
allege
annex
어떤것을 자제하다, 거절하다, 포기하다
일치하다, 조화되다
제기하다
더하다, 첨부하다
abnegate
어떤것을 자제하다, 거절하다, 포기하다
accord
일치하다, 조화되다
100 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary #2
abdicate
abridge
acumen
agility
책임이나 권력의 지위를 버리다, 양위하다
요약하다
감각
민첩, 명민함
abdicate
책임이나 권력의 지위를 버리다, 양위하다
abridge
요약하다
100 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary #25
absolute
acerbic
advocacy
allude
완전한, 제한 없는
가혹한
지지, 옹호
암시하다
absolute
완전한, 제한 없는
acerbic
가혹한
100 terms
SAT Essential Vocabulary #20
abbreviate
admonition
adversary
aftermath
줄여 쓰다
책망, 경고
상대방
결과, 영향
abbreviate
줄여 쓰다
admonition
책망, 경고
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