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25 terms
SAT Vocabulary (Set 1)
abase (v.)
abash (v.)
abate (v.)
abominate (v.)
to lower; to humiliate
to embarrass
to lessen
to loathe; to hate
abase (v.)
to lower; to humiliate
abash (v.)
to embarrass
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 1
altruistic
amorphous
anarchist
antediluvian
unselfishly generous; concerned for others
formless; lacking shape or definition
a person who seeks to overturn the established government; an…
antiquated; extremely old
altruistic
unselfishly generous; concerned for others
amorphous
formless; lacking shape or definition
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 2
eclectic
emulate
ephemeral
equivocal
composed of elements drawn from diverse sources
imitate; strive to equal or excel
short-lived; fleeting
unclear in meaning; intentionally misleading
eclectic
composed of elements drawn from diverse sources
emulate
imitate; strive to equal or excel
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 2
antithesis
benevolence
eclectic
gregarious
direct opposite, contrast (noun)
kindness, generosity (noun)
coming from a variety of diverse sources (adj)
sociable, outgoing, talkative (adj)
antithesis
direct opposite, contrast (noun)
benevolence
kindness, generosity (noun)
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary set 7
Indigence
Ambivolent
Supposition
Unintelligible
poverty
uncertain and unable to decide; ... Having conflicting feeling o…
something that is assumed or taken for granted without conclu…
Not able to be understood
Indigence
poverty
Ambivolent
uncertain and unable to decide; ... Having conflicting feeling o…
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary set 4
deficient
Nuance
Plagiarism
Renown
lacking an essential part
a subtle difference or distinction in expression, meaning, re…
copying.
widespread and high repute; fame.
deficient
lacking an essential part
Nuance
a subtle difference or distinction in expression, meaning, re…
7 terms
SAT Vocabulary Class 9
aberration
aghast
appellation
bewilder
(n) a variation or change from what is normal or right; somet…
(adj) shocked; terrified or amazed
(n) a name or title; a word used to identify a person or thing
(v) to perplex or confuse; to disorder a person's thinking
aberration
(n) a variation or change from what is normal or right; somet…
aghast
(adj) shocked; terrified or amazed
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 6
sensible
Dictum
Respite
Stimulus
reasonable
authoritative statement
A period of relief or rest
Something that causes a physiological response
sensible
reasonable
Dictum
authoritative statement
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
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 3
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly…
a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, be…
made in imitation so as to be passed off fraudulently or dece…
to grant a franchise to; admit to citizenship, especially to…
Abhor
to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly…
Bigot
a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, be…
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 3
cache
bucolic
bleak
blather
a hiding place, especially one in the ground, for ammunition,…
Archaic. a farmer; shepherd; rustic.... During the day, shops we…
bare, desolate, and often windswept:; without hope or encoura…
to talk or utter foolishly; blither; babble:... His speech was f…
cache
a hiding place, especially one in the ground, for ammunition,…
bucolic
Archaic. a farmer; shepherd; rustic.... During the day, shops we…
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary set 2
Distort
keeness
folly
nostalgia
to twist awry or out of shape; make crooked or deformed
characterized by strength and distinctness of perception; ext…
foolishness
longing for the past
Distort
to twist awry or out of shape; make crooked or deformed
keeness
characterized by strength and distinctness of perception; ext…
15 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 1
prohibitive (adj)
phlegmatic (adj)
pundit (n)
enervate (v)
tending to prevent or discourage something's purchase or use;…
not easily disturbed or excited; calm; composed; unruffled; s…
learned authority; authoritative critic or commentator; schol…
weaken; debilitate; render feeble; drain
prohibitive (adj)
tending to prevent or discourage something's purchase or use;…
phlegmatic (adj)
not easily disturbed or excited; calm; composed; unruffled; s…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 4
compliant
fawning
languor
lassitude
yielding, submissive
gaining the favor of another by acting overly or by using fla…
a weak or lifeless feeling
a tired feeling, usually resulting from depression or too muc…
compliant
yielding, submissive
fawning
gaining the favor of another by acting overly or by using fla…
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 1
abase
abeyance
abscission
abstemious
to lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade
state of suspension or temporary inaction
act of cutting off, as in a surgical operation
characterized by self denial or abstinence, as in the use of…
abase
to lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade
abeyance
state of suspension or temporary inaction
24 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 2
acrimonious... The divorce between her p…
anachronistic... The antique furniture f…
blight... The blight taking over the nei…
cantankerous... The old man down the str…
bitter, resentment, hostility
out of place or time
a withering rotting disease
stubborn and cranky, uncooperative
acrimonious... The divorce between her p…
bitter, resentment, hostility
anachronistic... The antique furniture f…
out of place or time
25 terms
SAT Class Set 10
taut
ephemeral
discord
confide
stretched, tense
short-lived, transient, passing
disagreement; inharmonious, cacophony
disclose or entrust a secret
taut
stretched, tense
ephemeral
short-lived, transient, passing
25 terms
SAT Class Set 11
monotonous
vanity
conventional
reverence
dull, uninteresting
excessive pride in attractiveness or abilities, narcissism
conforming or adhering to established standards
respect, admiration, worship
monotonous
dull, uninteresting
vanity
excessive pride in attractiveness or abilities, narcissism
25 terms
SAT Class Set 8
egalitarian
ornate
commissioned
objective
believing in equality; democratic
decorative, lavish, rich
hired
impartial, unbiased, neutral
egalitarian
believing in equality; democratic
ornate
decorative, lavish, rich
25 terms
SAT Class Set 4
discern
enfranchise
crude
estate
notice/perceive/distinguish something unclear
to empower with the right to vote
raw, unpolished, obscene, vulgar
property, land
discern
notice/perceive/distinguish something unclear
enfranchise
to empower with the right to vote
25 terms
SAT Class Set 3
discriminate
cordial
usurp
employ
distinguish, differentiate
pleasant, affable, genial
to seize something without authority, appropriate
to use, to pay for work
discriminate
distinguish, differentiate
cordial
pleasant, affable, genial
25 terms
SAT Class Set 6
condemn
tenet
pacifist
levity
give a legal sentence, convict
principle, belief, rule
believer in opposition to war or violence, peacekeeper
lightheartedness, cheerfulness, humor
condemn
give a legal sentence, convict
tenet
principle, belief, rule
25 terms
SAT Class Set 5
futile
dichotomy
deference
infatuation
having no useful result, pointless, useless, fruitless
separation of two contrasting things
respect, reverence, high esteem
passion, obsession
futile
having no useful result, pointless, useless, fruitless
dichotomy
separation of two contrasting things
25 terms
SAT Class Set 7
intrinsic
innocuous
encroach
serendipity
basic or essential constitution of something, inherent
harmless, innocent, inoffensive
intrude, trespass, infringe
fortunate chance, luck
intrinsic
basic or essential constitution of something, inherent
innocuous
harmless, innocent, inoffensive
25 terms
SAT Class Set 2
oppression
aesthetic
antipathy
acquisition
domination, coercion, tyranny
relating to visual appeal
opposition, hatred
purchase, acquirement
oppression
domination, coercion, tyranny
aesthetic
relating to visual appeal
25 terms
SAT Class Set 1
affluent
contingent
irony
exacerbate
rich, wealthy
dependent on certain conditions
something humorous or interesting due to contradiction
worsen, aggravate, intensify
affluent
rich, wealthy
contingent
dependent on certain conditions
25 terms
SAT Class Set 12
incur
catalyst
endeavor
yearning
experience something unpleasant, suffer
stimulus or substance that accelerates change
effort , enterprise
desire, longing
incur
experience something unpleasant, suffer
catalyst
stimulus or substance that accelerates change
25 terms
SAT Class Set 9
colloquial
dissent
petty
disparate
informal, conversational, everyday
disagree, oppose; opposition, discord
trivial, insignificant, unimportant
dissimilar, different, unequal
colloquial
informal, conversational, everyday
dissent
disagree, oppose; opposition, discord
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 1
kindle
hamper
placid
talisman
set fire to; arouse; inspire
to hinder; obstruct
calm; peaceful
lucky charm
kindle
set fire to; arouse; inspire
hamper
to hinder; obstruct
46 terms
Sat
Integer
Is 0 even or odd?
What is good practice when finding dis…
How do you square fractions
Any whole number ... Including 0
Even
Actually use the numbers to calculate it.
(1/2)^2... 1^2/2^2... 1/4
Integer
Any whole number ... Including 0
Is 0 even or odd?
Even
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 3
reprove
aloof
apathetic
impassive
to speak to in a disapproving manner; to scold
uninterested; showing no concern; emotionally removed or dist…
indifferent; showing no caring, interest, or concern; lacking…
not feeling or showing emotion
reprove
to speak to in a disapproving manner; to scold
aloof
uninterested; showing no concern; emotionally removed or dist…
20 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 3
acumen
aerial
assent
gossamer
noun:... the ability to think clearly and make good decisions
adjective:... 1) performed in the air... 2) performed using an airp…
verb:... to agree to or approve of something (such as an idea or…
noun:... 1) a piece of a spider's web... 2) a very light or delicat…
acumen
noun:... the ability to think clearly and make good decisions
aerial
adjective:... 1) performed in the air... 2) performed using an airp…
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 1
reconciliation
prevaricator
raconteur
patronizing
(n) agreement after an argument
(n) someone who speaks falsely; a lier
(n) a person really good at telling stories
(adj) condescending, having a superior manner, treating as an…
reconciliation
(n) agreement after an argument
prevaricator
(n) someone who speaks falsely; a lier
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary - Set 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
Fake; false
Give voting rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded, prejudiced person
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 3
ambiguous
amorphous
arbitrary
austere
unclear, vague; having several different possible interpretat…
without form, shape, or definition; sometimes also without ch…
without a rational reason; according to choice or impulse
stern, plain, severe, self-denying; without luxuries
ambiguous
unclear, vague; having several different possible interpretat…
amorphous
without form, shape, or definition; sometimes also without ch…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 2
acquiesce
ameliorate
benevolent
eminent
to give in, or agree, peaceably in a reluctant way
to make something better; to improve a bad situation
showing goodwill; being kindhearted or good-natured
distinguished; highly respected and well-known
acquiesce
to give in, or agree, peaceably in a reluctant way
ameliorate
to make something better; to improve a bad situation
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 7
demagogue
harangue
hyperbole
infamy
a leader who tells people what they want to hear and plays on…
long, lecturing speech
wild exaggeration
evil reputation
demagogue
a leader who tells people what they want to hear and plays on…
harangue
long, lecturing speech
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 10
eclectic
enigma
ephemeral
erratic
being carefully chosen from many different sources
mystery; a riddle whose answer is hard to figure out or may n…
fleeting; here one moment and gone the next
unpredictable; differing from what is expected
eclectic
being carefully chosen from many different sources
enigma
mystery; a riddle whose answer is hard to figure out or may n…
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
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 8
hiatus
hierarchy
mundane
obscure
break, interruption
a series arranged by rank, sometimes used to refer to the gro…
ordinary, everyday
vague, mysterious; not prominent or well-known
hiatus
break, interruption
hierarchy
a series arranged by rank, sometimes used to refer to the gro…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 6
cacophony
chicanery
decadence
euphemism
a loud, harsh noise made up of sounds that don't blend very w…
trickery, deceit
moral decay or decline
a pleasant or neutral word or expression used instead of an u…
cacophony
a loud, harsh noise made up of sounds that don't blend very w…
chicanery
trickery, deceit
13 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 4
anachronism
anomaly
criteria
exacerbate
something that is out of place in time
something that doesn't fit in with the norm or within a parti…
standards used to make a judgment
to make a problem or condition worse
anachronism
something that is out of place in time
anomaly
something that doesn't fit in with the norm or within a parti…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 1
abhor
censure
chastise
coerce
to hate, loathe, or detest
to condemn in a stern fashion
to scold or criticize severely
to force someone against his or her will, either by means of…
abhor
to hate, loathe, or detest
censure
to condemn in a stern fashion
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 9
frugal
garrulous
impetuous
impudent
careful with resources; unwilling or unable to spend money
talkative
impulsive, acting without thinking
rude in a bold, daring way, often to one's superiors or elders
frugal
careful with resources; unwilling or unable to spend money
garrulous
talkative
60 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set #1
accentuate
accomplish
achieve
alter
verb... make more noticeable or prominent.... "his jacket unfortuna…
verb... achieve or complete successfully.... "the planes accomplish…
verb... To do what one sets out to do.... "He achieved the level of…
verb... change or cause to change in character or composition, t…
accentuate
verb... make more noticeable or prominent.... "his jacket unfortuna…
accomplish
verb... achieve or complete successfully.... "the planes accomplish…
SAT Vocabulary Set Lesson 2
abdicate
affectation
arbitrary
beseech
to decline or reject a powerful position, such as a kingship
an exaggerated or deliberate mannerism
done or chosen without a reason; random
to beg or plead
abdicate
to decline or reject a powerful position, such as a kingship
affectation
an exaggerated or deliberate mannerism
55 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set #2
Argue
Arrange
Assert
Assess
verb... to give reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea,…
verb... to put (things) in a neat, attractive, or required order…
Verb... state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully... "the c…
Verb... evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of.…
Argue
verb... to give reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea,…
Arrange
verb... to put (things) in a neat, attractive, or required order…
14 terms
SAT Vocabulary (third set)
beguile
benevolent
belligerent
belie
To cheat or deceive, usually through charm; also, to amuse
Kindhearted; good-natured; generous
Having a strong tendency to argue and fight
To give an impression that is the opposite of the way things…
beguile
To cheat or deceive, usually through charm; also, to amuse
benevolent
Kindhearted; good-natured; generous
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…
50 terms
SAT class 8 vocabulary
Diabolical
discern
disseminate
distraught
fiendish:devilish;nastily scheming
to detect by the use of senses
to dispense objects, such as seeds, newspapers; to distribute
anxious;worried;distressed
Diabolical
fiendish:devilish;nastily scheming
discern
to detect by the use of senses
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