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SET5 SAT VOCABULARY WORDS
Anecdote
Celerity
Dexterous
Extraneous
a brief amusing story... He told us all sorts of humorous anecd…
speed... People choose to travel by air because of the celerity…
skilful with hands... Because Harold is a dexterous pool player…
irrelevant... She sped up the application reviewing process by…
Anecdote
a brief amusing story... He told us all sorts of humorous anecd…
Celerity
speed... People choose to travel by air because of the celerity…
15 terms
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
13 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
brevity
circumscribe
circumspect
coherent
the use of few words to say something; briefness
to limit the size or amount of something; restrict
thinking carefully about possible risks before doing or sayin…
arranged logically, fitting together well; clear
brevity
the use of few words to say something; briefness
circumscribe
to limit the size or amount of something; restrict
10 terms
SAT WORDS, set 5
beleaguer
bereave
bludgeon
bucolic
to surround; to besiege; to harass
suffering the death of a loved one; left alone
a short club used as a weapon; to strike with a heavy club; t…
suggesting a peaceful and pleasant view of rural, country life
beleaguer
to surround; to besiege; to harass
bereave
suffering the death of a loved one; left alone
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Foster... (verb)
Gregarious... (adj)
Mitigate... (verb)
Paradox... (noun)
to help develop; promote
fond of the company of others; sociable; ( of animals) living…
make less severe, serious, or painful
a statement that seems contradictory, but may be true in fact
Foster... (verb)
to help develop; promote
Gregarious... (adj)
fond of the company of others; sociable; ( of animals) living…
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary - Set 5
Expunge, Excise, Expurgate
Eccentric
Extricate
Exemplary
To take out; to delete; to remove
Literally OUT of the center; departing from a recognized conv…
To get OUT of a difficult situation or entanglement
Standing OUT from the norm; outstanding; worthy of imitation
Expunge, Excise, Expurgate
To take out; to delete; to remove
Eccentric
Literally OUT of the center; departing from a recognized conv…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
obscure
slander
tirade
pompous
hazy; unfamiliar; difficult to understand or see
negative remarks about another person that are untrue
a long and bitter speech
filled with self-importance; arrogant
obscure
hazy; unfamiliar; difficult to understand or see
slander
negative remarks about another person that are untrue
10 terms
SAT/ACT Set 5
Exemplary
Extenuating
Florid
Fortuitous
Outstanding
Guilt-reducing
Flushed, ornate
Lucky
Exemplary
Outstanding
Extenuating
Guilt-reducing
10 terms
SAT Vocab (Set 5)
combustible
compatible
compile
comply
able to catch fire easily
1. able to co-exist peacefully 2. mention as an example
assemble, collect
go along with rules
combustible
able to catch fire easily
compatible
1. able to co-exist peacefully 2. mention as an example
14 terms
SAT Set 5
Enact
Supreme
Manufacture
Legal
to make legal or official
highest in rank or authority
to make, create, or produce
permitted by law
Enact
to make legal or official
Supreme
highest in rank or authority
10 terms
SAT vocabulary - set 5
Abasement
Billowing
Plaudit
Tardy
Humiliation
Swelling
Statement giving strong praise
Late
Abasement
Humiliation
Billowing
Swelling
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
defoliate
desist
destitute
detain
verb- to cause the leaves of (a plant, tree, or forest) to fa…
verb- to stop or delay: The teacher desisted us from going to…
adjective- completely impoverished: The destitute man didn't…
verb- to keep in custody or temporary confinement: They detai…
defoliate
verb- to cause the leaves of (a plant, tree, or forest) to fa…
desist
verb- to stop or delay: The teacher desisted us from going to…
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
fop
imprecation
non sequitur
sanguine
an excessively fashion-conscious man
a curse
something that does not logically follow
cheerful; optimistic
fop
an excessively fashion-conscious man
imprecation
a curse
87 terms
SAT Vocabulary Words Set 5
Anecdote
Celerity
Dexterous
Extraneous
a brief amusing story
speed
skillful with hands
irrelevant
Anecdote
a brief amusing story
Celerity
speed
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Aptitude
Cower
Chronic
Endure
(noun) natural ability
(verb) to cringe from fear
(adj) continuous
(verb) put up with hardships
Aptitude
(noun) natural ability
Cower
(verb) to cringe from fear
18 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
recrimination
relegate
reprehensible
requisite
An accusation made in reply; a counter charge
Consign or dismiss to an inferior rank or position.
(adj.) deserving blame or punishment
(adj.) needed, necessary, regarded as essential or indispensa…
recrimination
An accusation made in reply; a counter charge
relegate
Consign or dismiss to an inferior rank or position.
9 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
servile
subservient
sycophant
taody
slave-like; very humble and submissive
obedient;obsequious
a self server who tries to gain the favor of others through t…
a flatterer
servile
slave-like; very humble and submissive
subservient
obedient;obsequious
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary - Set 5
Laconic
Harrowing
Aptitude
Endure
Brief, using few words
Extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
Capacity for learning; natural ability
To carry on despite hardships; to put up with
Laconic
Brief, using few words
Harrowing
Extremely distressed; disturbing or frightening
10 terms
SAT/ACT Set 5
Exemplary
Extenuating
Florid
Fortuitous
Outstanding
Guilt-reducing
Flushed, ornate
Lucky
Exemplary
Outstanding
Extenuating
Guilt-reducing
50 terms
SAT VOCAB SET 5
expunge
excise
expurgate
extricate
to erase
to remove by cutting
to censor
to free from difficulty
expunge
to erase
excise
to remove by cutting
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
pretense
preclude
precept
pomp
n. false intention or purpose... synonyms: cover, charade... The…
v. to rule out in advanced... synonyms: prevent, hinder... "Havin…
n. a general rule of action... synonyms: rule, axiom... All the s…
n. showy display... synonyms: pageantry, grandeur... Jan couldn't…
pretense
n. false intention or purpose... synonyms: cover, charade... The…
preclude
v. to rule out in advanced... synonyms: prevent, hinder... "Havin…
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Set 5)
caustic (adj.)
cauterize (v.)
cavil (v.)
celerity (n.)
burning; characterized by a bitter wit
to burn tissue (usually because a wound isn't clotting)
to raise unnecessary or trivial objections
swiftness; speed
caustic (adj.)
burning; characterized by a bitter wit
cauterize (v.)
to burn tissue (usually because a wound isn't clotting)
100 terms
YFU SAT Set 5
Anecdote
Celerity
Dexterous
Extraneous
a brief amusing story
speed
skilful with hands
irrelevant
Anecdote
a brief amusing story
Celerity
speed
20 terms
Sat words Set 5
impetuous
exemplary
extenuating
florid
acting or done quickly and without thought or care
(adj.) worthy of imitation, commendable; serving as a model
guilt diminishing
RUDDY; REDDISH; FLOWERY
impetuous
acting or done quickly and without thought or care
exemplary
(adj.) worthy of imitation, commendable; serving as a model
10 terms
SAT set 5
intuitive
longevity
novice
ostentatious
instinctive, untaught
long life
apprentice, beginner
showy, displaying wealth
intuitive
instinctive, untaught
longevity
long life
12 terms
SAT Vocab: Social_Psychology_Phobia (Set5)
acquisition
evolutionary
mechanism
entrapment (n.)
การได้มา
วิวัฒนาการ,ซึ่งค่อยเป็นค่อยไป,ซึ่งค่อยๆเจริญขึ้น
กลไก,
กลุ่มอาการกดประสาทส่วนปลาย
acquisition
การได้มา
evolutionary
วิวัฒนาการ,ซึ่งค่อยเป็นค่อยไป,ซึ่งค่อยๆเจริญขึ้น
5 terms
Set 5 in your SAT vocabulary ( 3rd preparatory)
Vacillate ( verb )
Satiate ( verb )
Supplant ( verb )
Opulent ( Adj
To hesitate in a choice ... يتردد
To fully satisfy ... يشبع
Substitute ... يحل محل
Wealthy / extremely rich... باهظة الثنمن/ غني
Vacillate ( verb )
To hesitate in a choice ... يتردد
Satiate ( verb )
To fully satisfy ... يشبع
10 terms
SAT Words Set 5
Frenetic (adj)
Concur (v) ... He concurred with his moth…
tangible (adj) ... The writer was so skil…
truncate(v) ... He planned to give an hou…
Fast-paced
to agree
touchable, capable of being held
to shorten, cut off
Frenetic (adj)
Fast-paced
Concur (v) ... He concurred with his moth…
to agree
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary 2400 Set 5
abridge
curtial
diminutive
ephemeral
v. shorten, condense
v. limit, cut short
adj. tiny, small, little
adj. short-lived, transient, fleeting
abridge
v. shorten, condense
curtial
v. limit, cut short
12 terms
SAT words set 5
manifestation (n)
blemish (n)
detritus (n)
sprawl (v)
the action of showing an abstract data; a symptom of an ailme…
a small mark or flaw; a moral defect
waste or debris of any kind
to stretch or spread out in an unnatural manner
manifestation (n)
the action of showing an abstract data; a symptom of an ailme…
blemish (n)
a small mark or flaw; a moral defect
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Foil
Vilify
Grapple
Grandiloquent
Hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of.
Spread negative information about.
Coming to terms with.
Pompous or extravagant in language, style, or manner, especia…
Foil
Hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of.
Vilify
Spread negative information about.
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
altruistic (adj)
anarchist (n)
ascendancy (n)
articulate (adj)
unselfishly generous; concerned for others
person who seeks to overturn the established government; advo…
controlling influence; domination
effective; distinct
altruistic (adj)
unselfishly generous; concerned for others
anarchist (n)
person who seeks to overturn the established government; advo…
50 terms
SAT Words Set 5
disavow
discern
disclose
discomfit
(v.) to deny knowledge of or responsibility for
(v.) to perceive, detect
(v.) to reveal, make public
(v.) to thwart, baffle
disavow
(v.) to deny knowledge of or responsibility for
discern
(v.) to perceive, detect
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
adverse
anachronistic
asunder
callow
unfavorable, unlucky; harmful
outdated
into different parts
immature, lacking sophistication
adverse
unfavorable, unlucky; harmful
anachronistic
outdated
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Futile
Dichotomy
Deference
Infatuation
having no useful result
separation of two contrasting things
respect
passion
Futile
having no useful result
Dichotomy
separation of two contrasting things
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Deprecate
Commodious
Fetid
Rue
To belittle.
Roomy.
Foul-smelling.
To regret.
Deprecate
To belittle.
Commodious
Roomy.
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
compelling (adjective)
complacent (adjective)
complement (verb)
compliant (adjective)
having a powerful or irresistible effect (impelling, urging)
pleased with oneself (self-satisfied)
something that completes or makes perfect (enhancement)
complying or yielding in a submissive way (submissive)
compelling (adjective)
having a powerful or irresistible effect (impelling, urging)
complacent (adjective)
pleased with oneself (self-satisfied)
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Cajole
Callous
Capitulate
Capricous
Persuade someone to do something
Having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others
Cease to resist an opponent
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior
Cajole
Persuade someone to do something
Callous
Having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others
20 terms
Sat vocabulary set 5
Flagrant
Guile
Homogeneous
Impassive
Outrageous; glaringly offensive
Crafty deceit; cunning
Similar; uniform in nature
Without feelings or emotion; insensible
Flagrant
Outrageous; glaringly offensive
Guile
Crafty deceit; cunning
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
grandiose
gravity
hedonism
heed
with an affectation of grandeur
importance, significance
belief that pleasure is the sole aim of life
to pay attention to
grandiose
with an affectation of grandeur
gravity
importance, significance
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Exhaustive
Exonerate
Expedient
Expedite
(adj.) treating all aspects of a subject or topic; thorough
(v.) clear from blame
(adj.) governed by self-interest
(v.) speed up the progress of (a process); accomplish with pr…
Exhaustive
(adj.) treating all aspects of a subject or topic; thorough
Exonerate
(v.) clear from blame
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Disdain
Unkempt
Mortify
Gawky
To look on with scan, to reject or refrain from because of di…
Not combed, uncared for or neglected; unpolished; rough or cr…
To humiliate or shame,as by injury to ones' pride or self res…
Awkward; ungainly; clumsy
Disdain
To look on with scan, to reject or refrain from because of di…
Unkempt
Not combed, uncared for or neglected; unpolished; rough or cr…
100 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Anecdote
Celerity
Dexterous
Extraneous
a brief amusing story
speed
skillful with hands
irrelevant
Anecdote
a brief amusing story
Celerity
speed
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary set 5
Acrimonious
Affinity
Buttress
Circumspect
Angry and bitter
A natural liking towards someone or something
A support or prop
Wary or unwilling to take risks
Acrimonious
Angry and bitter
Affinity
A natural liking towards someone or something
30 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Equanimity
Opulence
Allay
Corpulence
The quality of remaning calm and even tempered
Wealth, abundance
To calm or pacify
Extreme fatness, obesity
Equanimity
The quality of remaning calm and even tempered
Opulence
Wealth, abundance
10 terms
SAT Set 5
censure
renounce
conciliatory
indict
blame; criticize
to give up (a title, for example), especially by formal annou…
appeasing; soothing; pleasant
to accuse of wrongdoing; charge
censure
blame; criticize
renounce
to give up (a title, for example), especially by formal annou…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Advocate
Comply
Deride
Divert
(v) to speak in favor of; recommend; support... (n) a person who…
(v) to act in accordance with a command, request, rule, wish,…
(v) to speak of or treat with contemptuous mirth; to scoff at
(v) to turn aside from a course or direction; to deflect; to…
Advocate
(v) to speak in favor of; recommend; support... (n) a person who…
Comply
(v) to act in accordance with a command, request, rule, wish,…
10 terms
SAT Vocab Set 5
Fathom
Entreat
Guise
Harangue
to understand
ask, beg
appearance, look like (disguise)
lecture, long speech
Fathom
to understand
Entreat
ask, beg
30 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
Byzantine
Cajole
Callous
Callow
adj. excessively complex, decorative
v. to persuade
adj. cruelly insensitive
adj. immature, inexperienced
Byzantine
adj. excessively complex, decorative
Cajole
v. to persuade
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 5
abash
aesthetic
affluent
animosity
to make or become ashamed or embarrassed
realting to art or beauty; the appreciation of art or beauty
wealthy; rich
hatred; enmity
abash
to make or become ashamed or embarrassed
aesthetic
realting to art or beauty; the appreciation of art or beauty
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