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SAT Common Vocabulary Words Set 13
amalgam
antipodes
bereft
bungler
合并
相对极
被剥夺的;缺少的
笨拙的人
amalgam
合并
antipodes
相对极
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Common SAT Vocabulary Words
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade ... (After being overthrown and abase…
(v.) to reduce, lessen ... (The rain poured down for a while, th…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership ... (When…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force ... (The evildoers abducted the fa…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade ... (After being overthrown and abase…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen ... (The rain poured down for a while, th…
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13. More Common SAT Words
aphorism
apprise
arbitrary
attire
a brief expression of a truth or general principle
to inform or notify
determined by chance or individual preference, not by reason,…
clothes, esp. fancy or elaborate apparel
aphorism
a brief expression of a truth or general principle
apprise
to inform or notify
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Common SAT Vocabulary Words
Affable
Assiduous
Obdurate
Astute
easygoing; friendly
hard-working
stubbornly persevering
shrewd; clever
Affable
easygoing; friendly
Assiduous
hard-working
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13. More Common SAT Words
aphorism
apprise
arbitrary
attire
a brief expression of a truth or general principle
to inform or notify
determined by chance or individual preference, not by reason,…
clothes, esp. fancy or elaborate apparel
aphorism
a brief expression of a truth or general principle
apprise
to inform or notify
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SAT Vocabulary *Common Words*
Candid
Conjecture
Didactic
Euphemism
completely honest; straightforward
interference; guesswork
instructive
a mild, indirect, or vague term substituting for a harsh, blu…
Candid
completely honest; straightforward
Conjecture
interference; guesswork
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Common SAT Words
Confirm
Substantiate
Support
Establish
to show that something is true or correct
to prove the truth of something
to agree with or approve of something
to cause something to be widely known and accepted
Confirm
to show that something is true or correct
Substantiate
to prove the truth of something
Common SAT Vocabulary Words
Affable
Assiduous
Astute
Caustic
Easygoing; friendly
Hard- working
Shrewd; clever
Bitingly sarcastic or witty
Affable
Easygoing; friendly
Assiduous
Hard- working
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words
Quandary
Steadfast
Squander
Indigenous
(N)Uncertainty, dilemma
(AJ)Unwavering, adherence
(N)Wasteful, extravagant
(AJ)Native to
Quandary
(N)Uncertainty, dilemma
Steadfast
(AJ)Unwavering, adherence
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SAT: common vocabulary words
austere
meticulous
taciturn
amorphous
severe, rigid
very careful, exacting
quiet
without shape
austere
severe, rigid
meticulous
very careful, exacting
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words
Abstract
Acclaim
Acquiensce
Advocate
Theoretical; lacking substance
Praise; aplause; admiration
Sharp; shrewd
To speak in favor for; to support
Abstract
Theoretical; lacking substance
Acclaim
Praise; aplause; admiration
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1000 Common SAT Words (Volume 13) [N]
nadir
nascent
nebulous
nefarious
(n.) the lowest point of something (My day was boring, but th…
(adj.) in the process of being born or coming into existence…
(adj.) vaguely defined, cloudy (The transition between govern…
(adj.) heinously villainous (Although Dr. Meanman's nefarious…
nadir
(n.) the lowest point of something (My day was boring, but th…
nascent
(adj.) in the process of being born or coming into existence…
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Common SAT vocabulary Words
Affable
Assiduous
Astute
Caustic
Easygoing; friendly
Hard-working
Shrewd; clever
Bitingly sarcastic or witty
Affable
Easygoing; friendly
Assiduous
Hard-working
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1000 Common SAT Words (Volume 13) [N]
nadir
nascent
nebulous
nefarious
(n.) the lowest point of something (My day was boring, but th…
(adj.) in the process of being born or coming into existence…
(adj.) vaguely defined, cloudy (The transition between govern…
(adj.) heinously villainous (Although Dr. Meanman's nefarious…
nadir
(n.) the lowest point of something (My day was boring, but th…
nascent
(adj.) in the process of being born or coming into existence…
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Common SAT Vocabulary Words
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
(v.) to reject, renounce (To prove his honesty, the president…
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority (The Bill of Rights ass…
(adj.) biting, bitter in tone or taste (Jill became extremely…
(n.) bitterness, discord (Though they vowed that no girl woul…
abjure
(v.) to reject, renounce (To prove his honesty, the president…
abrogate
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority (The Bill of Rights ass…
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words
Vilify (v)
Tangible (adj)
Remorse (n)
Wistful (adj)
to criticize harshly or to defame
that which can be touched or felt by touch
a deep sense of guilt or regret felt over doing wrong
expressing vague longings or having desires tinged with sadness
Vilify (v)
to criticize harshly or to defame
Tangible (adj)
that which can be touched or felt by touch
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words
vilify
Tangible
Remorse
wistful
to defame to criticize
that which can be touched or felt by touch
a deep sense of guilt
having desires tinged with sadness
vilify
to defame to criticize
Tangible
that which can be touched or felt by touch
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SAT Vocabulary Common Words
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
to represent by drawing, potray; to characterize in words, de…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
depict
to represent by drawing, potray; to characterize in words, de…
controversy
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words
abate
aberrant
abridge
abstemious
subside or moderate
abnormal or deviant
condense or shorten
sparing in eating and drinking; temperate
abate
subside or moderate
aberrant
abnormal or deviant
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SAT Vocabulary: Common Words-1
Avarice
Obstinate
Placid
Profuse
noun: greed (one of the seven deadly sins)
adjective: resistant to guidance or discipline; stubbornly pe…
adjective: not easily irritated/calm
adjective: plentiful; pouring out or flowing in abundance
Avarice
noun: greed (one of the seven deadly sins)
Obstinate
adjective: resistant to guidance or discipline; stubbornly pe…
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words
Vilify
Tangible
Remorse
Wistful
To criticize harshly or defame.
That which can be touched or felt by touch.
A deep sense of guilt or regret felt over doing wrong.
Expressing vague longings or desires tinged with sadness.
Vilify
To criticize harshly or defame.
Tangible
That which can be touched or felt by touch.
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words
Vilify
Tangible
Remorse
Wistful
To criticize harshly or defame
That which can be touched or felt by touch
A deep sense of guilt or regret felt over doing something wrong
Expressing vague longings or having desires tinged with sadness
Vilify
To criticize harshly or defame
Tangible
That which can be touched or felt by touch
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words
Vilify
Tangible
Remorse
Wistful
To criticize harshly or to defame
That which can be touched or felt by touch
A deep sense of guilt or regret felt over doing wrong
Expressing vague longings or having desires tinged with sadness
Vilify
To criticize harshly or to defame
Tangible
That which can be touched or felt by touch
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Wk. 3 Day 13 SAT common words
digress
disavow
discern
discretion
temporary departure from subject
deny support
perceive
cautious
digress
temporary departure from subject
disavow
deny support
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100 Most Common SAT Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to shorten, abridge
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
(n) high praise
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
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SAT practice vocabulary: Common SAT Word Roots
a-
ab-/abs-
ambi-
ami-
lack of
away from; separation
both
friend
a-
lack of
ab-/abs-
away from; separation
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SAT Most Common Vocabulary Words
abate
abdicate
aberration
abhor
reduce or lessen
give up a position
something unusual, different from the norm
to really hate
abate
reduce or lessen
abdicate
give up a position
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Common SAT/ACT Vocabulary Words
abbreviate
adulation
amicable
anachronistic
Shorten, abridge
high praise; flattery
agreeable
out-of-date
abbreviate
Shorten, abridge
adulation
high praise; flattery
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1000 most common SAT words part 13
aspersion
aspire
assail
assess
a curse
to long for
to attack
to evaluate
aspersion
a curse
aspire
to long for
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SAT Vocabulary - Common Words I
elaborate
qualm
hodgepodge
indigenous
adjective: marked by complexity and richness of detail... ... Thom…
noun: uneasiness about the fitness of an action... While he cou…
noun: a confusing mixture or jumble... Those in attendance repr…
adjective: originating in a certain area ... ... The plants and an…
elaborate
adjective: marked by complexity and richness of detail... ... Thom…
qualm
noun: uneasiness about the fitness of an action... While he cou…
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new vocabulary ( common SAT words)
abase
abate
abdicate
aberration
sỉ nhục
làm dịu đi
từ bỏ
lệch lạc
abase
sỉ nhục
abate
làm dịu đi
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words 23
impervious
polymath
pedant
aspersion
(液体、气体)不能渗透的
博学者
书呆子
诽谤
impervious
(液体、气体)不能渗透的
polymath
博学者
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SAT Vocabulary: Common Words II
Taxing
Meander
Smattering
Tirade
adjective: Use to the limit; Exhaust
verb: To wander aimlessly
noun: A slight or superficial understanding of a subject, a…
noun: An angry speech
Taxing
adjective: Use to the limit; Exhaust
Meander
verb: To wander aimlessly
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Common SAT Words
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
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SAT Vocabulary: Common Words I
Affluent
Animosity
Antiquated
Apprehension
adjective: Wealthy
noun: Intense hostility
adjective: Old-fashioned; belonging to an earlier period in…
noun: Fearful expectation
Affluent
adjective: Wealthy
Animosity
noun: Intense hostility
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1000+ Common SAT Words
nefarious
hiatus
pugnacious
obscure
(adj.) evil, wicked (Although Dr. Meanman's nefarious plot to…
(n.) a break or gap in duration or continuity; vacation (The…
eager to fight
(adj.) unclear, partially hidden, hard to understand (Because…
nefarious
(adj.) evil, wicked (Although Dr. Meanman's nefarious plot to…
hiatus
(n.) a break or gap in duration or continuity; vacation (The…
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SAT 100 most common words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
act of refraining from
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Common Sat Vocabulary Words- "A"
Abject
Aberration
Abscond
Accost
"The worst kind", adj.
"Not normal", noun.
"Run away", verb.
"Aggressively approach", verb
Abject
"The worst kind", adj.
Aberration
"Not normal", noun.
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SAT VOCABULARY COMMON WORDS I
paucity
quip
discreet
inarticulate
缺乏
名言; 諷刺
小心的
不善於表達的
paucity
缺乏
quip
名言; 諷刺
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SAT Vocabulary Common Words II
erratic
pugnacious
profuse
sanguine
unpredictable; strange... and unconventional
eager to fight or argue; verbally combative
plentiful; pouring out in... abundance
cheerful; optimistic
erratic
unpredictable; strange... and unconventional
pugnacious
eager to fight or argue; verbally combative
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words ~ROE
Vilify
Tangible
Remorse
Wistful
To criticize harshly or to defame
That which can be touched or left by touch
A deep sense of guilt or regret felt over doing wrong
Expressing vague longings or having desires tinged with sadness
Vilify
To criticize harshly or to defame
Tangible
That which can be touched or left by touch
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SAT Common Vocabulary Words. 1
Vilify
Tangible
Remorse
Wistfull
To criticize harshly
That which can be touched
Deep sense of guilt or regret
Expressing vague longings or sadness
Vilify
To criticize harshly
Tangible
That which can be touched
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SAT Vocabulary- 323 common words
conventional
undermine
dismissive
aesthetic
Based on accepted practice / traditional / orthodox
to hurt / belittle
rejecting someones ideas or worth / contemptuous
relating to beauty / beautiful
conventional
Based on accepted practice / traditional / orthodox
undermine
to hurt / belittle
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Most Common Sat Vocabulary Words
abdicate
aberration
abstruse
adage
to yield, give up
abnormality, deviation
hard to understand
a familiar saying
abdicate
to yield, give up
aberration
abnormality, deviation
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SAT Vocabulary: Common Words 1
Cumbersome
Commendable
Candidness
Hamper
Adj: ... Difficult to handle or use especially because of size o…
Adj: ... Worthy of high praise
Noun: ... The quality of being honest and straightforward in att…
Verb: ... Prevent the progress or free movement of
Cumbersome
Adj: ... Difficult to handle or use especially because of size o…
Commendable
Adj: ... Worthy of high praise
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SAT Vocabulary: Common Words 1
Paucity
Stem
Indigenous
Insolvent
noun: a lack of something
verb: to hold back or limit the flow or growth of something
adjective: originating in a certain area
adjective: unable to pay one's bills; bankrupt
Paucity
noun: a lack of something
Stem
verb: to hold back or limit the flow or growth of something
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SAT Vocabulary Common Words 1
commendable
inadvertent
patronize
resignation
worthy of high praise
happening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally
treat condescendingly
the acceptance of something unpleasant that can't be avoided
commendable
worthy of high praise
inadvertent
happening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally
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SAT more common vocabulary words
abhor
acclaim
accoutrements
adept
detest, hate
approval, praise
equipment
skilled at
abhor
detest, hate
acclaim
approval, praise
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Common SAT vocabulary words - Set 1
valid
superficial
disdain
obscure
adj/verb -- a true statement; legally acceptable, accurate, t…
adj -- on the surface; of little meaning or importance
vb.tense -- to scorn or despise, to treat poorly; to hold lit…
adj/vb.tense -- to make unclear, to blur; to be blurred, to b…
valid
adj/verb -- a true statement; legally acceptable, accurate, t…
superficial
adj -- on the surface; of little meaning or importance
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SAT VOCABULARY #13
abstract
elegant
apprehension
nonverbal
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
Graceful or refined in appearance or behavior
anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen
All communication between people that does not involve words.
abstract
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
elegant
Graceful or refined in appearance or behavior
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