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SAT WORDS, set 7
catharsis
caucus
cerebral
certify
emotional release
a meeting of local party members to choose party officials or…
brainy; intellectually refined
to prove good or true; to declare correct
catharsis
emotional release
caucus
a meeting of local party members to choose party officials or…
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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…
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SAT Words Set 7
expiate
expunge
expurgate
extant
(v.) to make amends for, atone
(v.) to obliterate, eradicate
(v.) to remove offensive or incorrect parts, usually of a book
(adj.) existing, not destroyed or lost
expiate
(v.) to make amends for, atone
expunge
(v.) to obliterate, eradicate
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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
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
Novel... (noun)
Novelty... (noun)
Reconcile... (verb)
Scrupulous... (adj)
strikingly new, unusual, or different
something new, fresh or unusual
restore friendly relations between; make or show to be compat…
diligent and through; very concerned to avoid doing wrong
Novel... (noun)
strikingly new, unusual, or different
Novelty... (noun)
something new, fresh or unusual
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SAT vocabulary words [set 7]
ignoramus
imbroglio
impinge
impugn
an ignorant or stupid person
an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation
to have an effect or impact, especially a negative one
to dispute the truth, validity, or honesty of a statement or…
ignoramus
an ignorant or stupid person
imbroglio
an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation
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SAT Vocabulary Words Set 7
Eyesore
Decimate
Libel
Coerce
something that is unpleasant or offensive to view
to destroy or kill a large part of (a group)
a false written statement that damages a person's reputation
to force by threat or intimidation
Eyesore
something that is unpleasant or offensive to view
Decimate
to destroy or kill a large part of (a group)
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
adroit
macroscopic
fatuous
bovine
skillful; clever
visible to the naked eye
foolish; inane
pertaining to cows or cattle
adroit
skillful; clever
macroscopic
visible to the naked eye
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
undulate
loath
slough
tenacious
to move with a sinuous or wavelike motion; to display a smoot…
unwilling, reluctant, disinclined
an area of soft, muddy ground; swamp or swamp-like region
holding fast; characterized by a firm hold; highly retentive
undulate
to move with a sinuous or wavelike motion; to display a smoot…
loath
unwilling, reluctant, disinclined
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SAT Vocabulary Words - Set 7
Banish
Narrate
Gusto
Unsightly
To compel to depart, send, drive, or out away
To give an account or tell the story of
Hearty or keen enjoyment; taste or liking
Distasteful or unpleasant to look at
Banish
To compel to depart, send, drive, or out away
Narrate
To give an account or tell the story of
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SAT Vocabulary Words:Set 7
Demagogue
Harangue
Hyperbole
Infamy
A leader who tells people what they want to hear and plays on…
A long, lecturing speech.
Wild exaggeration.
Evil reputation; famous for a bad reason.
Demagogue
A leader who tells people what they want to hear and plays on…
Harangue
A long, lecturing speech.
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SAT Vocabulary 2400 Set 7
arrogant
haughty
hubris
ostentatious
(adj.) conceited, self-important
(adj.) arrogant, conceited, proud
(n.) arrogance, excessive pride
(adj.) showy
arrogant
(adj.) conceited, self-important
haughty
(adj.) arrogant, conceited, proud
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SAT words set 7
cantankerous (adj)
laconic (adj)
mercurial (adj)
implacable (adj)
bad-tempered; not easygoing
speech or style of writing that uses very few words
characterized by unpredictable changes of mood or mind
relentless or unstoppable
cantankerous (adj)
bad-tempered; not easygoing
laconic (adj)
speech or style of writing that uses very few words
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SAT Words Set 7
Catharsis
Caucus
Cerebral
Certify
Cleansing that brings relief or renewal.
A meeting of the members of a political party to make decisio…
Relating to the brain.
To confirm formally.
Catharsis
Cleansing that brings relief or renewal.
Caucus
A meeting of the members of a political party to make decisio…
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SAT Words Set 7
melodramatic
lash
beseem
queel
exaggerated or emotional or sentimental
to strike or beat, as with a whip or something similarly slen…
to be fit or worthy of, to be suitable or fitting
to suppress, put an end to, extinguish
melodramatic
exaggerated or emotional or sentimental
lash
to strike or beat, as with a whip or something similarly slen…
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Sat words set 7
Courier(n)
Covert(adj)
Crony(n)
Crux(n)
A messenger
Secret; hidden; concealed
A close friend or companion
Main point; the heart of the matter
Courier(n)
A messenger
Covert(adj)
Secret; hidden; concealed
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SAT Words set 7
meticulous
opportunist
partisan
quixotic
fussy
takes advantage of any opportunity without regard
one who strongly supports a party or cause
idealistic but impratical
meticulous
fussy
opportunist
takes advantage of any opportunity without regard
SAT words set 7
Empathy
Hedonist
Impute
Lobbyist
Feeling someone else's feeling
Person who acts in pursuit of pleasure
To assign or attribute to someone
Person who takes one sidw or the other, and persuades governm…
Empathy
Feeling someone else's feeling
Hedonist
Person who acts in pursuit of pleasure
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SAT VOCABULARY (SET 7) S WORDS
sagacious
salutary
sanctimonious
sarcasm
having more practical sense
promoting health or some beneficial purpose
making a false show of religious devotion
sneering or cutting remarks
sagacious
having more practical sense
salutary
promoting health or some beneficial purpose
SAT Words Set 7
Ornate
Austere
Cerebral
Incommodious
Elaborately decorated, excessive
Stern, severely plain and simple, without excess
Of or relating to the brain; intellectual in nature
Lacking space; uncomfortable
Ornate
Elaborately decorated, excessive
Austere
Stern, severely plain and simple, without excess
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
Craven
Vestige
Plumb
Propensity
Lacking even the rudiments of courage, abjectly fearful.
An indication that something has been present, but is disappe…
To examine thoroughly and in great depth.
An inclination to do something.
Craven
Lacking even the rudiments of courage, abjectly fearful.
Vestige
An indication that something has been present, but is disappe…
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SAT Words: Set 7
Negotiate
Temper
Pedestrian
Cavalier
To successfully travel through, around, or over and obstacle…
To soften, to moderate, to mitigate.
Undistinguished, ordinary, conventional.
Having an arrogant attitude or a haughty disregard for others.
Negotiate
To successfully travel through, around, or over and obstacle…
Temper
To soften, to moderate, to mitigate.
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SAT Words-Set 7
Banish
Narrate
Gusto
Unsightly
To force someone away. Synonym-Deport
To give an oral or written account of something. Synonym-Tell
Active strength of mind; energy and enthusiasm. Synonym-Energy
Unpleasant to look at. Synonym-Hideous
Banish
To force someone away. Synonym-Deport
Narrate
To give an oral or written account of something. Synonym-Tell
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SAT Words (Set 7)
Haughty
Hubris
Ostentatious
Salient
Arrogant
Arrogant
Showy
Noticable
Haughty
Arrogant
Hubris
Arrogant
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SAT words Set 7
Banish
Narrate
Gusto
Unsightly
To force someone to leave a country as punishment. Verb . Syn…
To tell a story Verb. Synonym: describe
Great enjoyment,energy,and enthusiasm. Noun . Synonym: bounce
Not pleasant to look at. Adjective. Synonym: ugly
Banish
To force someone to leave a country as punishment. Verb . Syn…
Narrate
To tell a story Verb. Synonym: describe
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SAT Words Set 7
ameliorate
bane
dire
exacerbate
to improve
a deadly, poison
causing fear
to aggravate
ameliorate
to improve
bane
a deadly, poison
sat words set 7
arrogant
ellusive
efface
taciturn
feeling better than others
tough to catch
erase
quiet
arrogant
feeling better than others
ellusive
tough to catch
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SAT WORDS SET 7
Abstemious
Blithe
Crepuscular
Enunciation
self denying; refraining from indulging
free-spirited; carefree
active at dawn and dusk
clear pronunciation; accent; articulation
Abstemious
self denying; refraining from indulging
Blithe
free-spirited; carefree
Sat words set 7
Ineffable
Inexorable
Ingenious
Inimical
Unspeakable, not able to express
Incapable of being persuaded
Clever, resourceful
Hostile, enemy like
Ineffable
Unspeakable, not able to express
Inexorable
Incapable of being persuaded
SAT WORDS SET 7
affable
coalition
conflagration
dearth
the affable celebrity let her fans come up to her and take pi…
the coalition of the army helped them defeat the other army.
the conflagration spread through the forest burning most of t…
there is a dearth of women engineers in american
affable
the affable celebrity let her fans come up to her and take pi…
coalition
the coalition of the army helped them defeat the other army.
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SAT Word Set7
turbid
belligerent
relevant
epoch
muddy; having the sediment disturbed (생각 등이 어지러운, 탁한, 흐린)
quarrelsome (호전적인)
pertinent; referring to the case in hand (관련된)
period of time (시대)
turbid
muddy; having the sediment disturbed (생각 등이 어지러운, 탁한, 흐린)
belligerent
quarrelsome (호전적인)
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SAT Words Set 7
Catharsis
Caucus
Cerebral
Certify
...
A meeting of members of a political members party to mak
Of or relating to the brain, an intellectual person... Adjectiv…
To confirm formally, verity ... Verb... The valuable papers arriv…
Catharsis
...
Caucus
A meeting of members of a political members party to mak
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SAT Words Set#7
Burnish
Discursive
Florid
Inimical
To polish,shine
Rambling, lacking order
Flowery, ornate
Hostile
Burnish
To polish,shine
Discursive
Rambling, lacking order
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SAT Words set 7
Dint
vicarious
lassitude
licentious
force of power/attack
experienced in the imagination through feelings or actions of…
noun- lack of energy; mental weariness
immature about sexual matters; disregarding accepted rules or…
Dint
force of power/attack
vicarious
experienced in the imagination through feelings or actions of…
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SAT Words Set 7
Abjure
Alleviate
Anonymous
Arbitrary
solemnly renounce
to make easier to endure
no name acknowledged
based on random choice
Abjure
solemnly renounce
Alleviate
to make easier to endure
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SAT Words: Set 7
heinous
abrogate
desolate
expedient
shockingly wicked, repugnant
to abolish, usually by authority
deserted, dreary, lifeless
advisable, advantageous, serving one's self-interest
heinous
shockingly wicked, repugnant
abrogate
to abolish, usually by authority
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
Euphoric
Livid
Pretext
Watershed
Overjoyed
Showing great rage
An excuse; an alleged reason
A turning point; an even that is of critical importance
Euphoric
Overjoyed
Livid
Showing great rage
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SAT WORD SET 7
Austere
Beneficent
Cadaverous
Concot
Adj- severe or stern manner; simple, plain, harsh in favor
Adj- performing acts of kindness or charity
Adj- pale, resembling a corpse
V- to prepare by combining ingredients; make-up; invent
Austere
Adj- severe or stern manner; simple, plain, harsh in favor
Beneficent
Adj- performing acts of kindness or charity
SAT Vocabulary Set 7
Amass
Asset
Annex
Sedate
To collect, accumulate
Anything owned that is valuable
To add or attach
Dignified and composed, calm
Amass
To collect, accumulate
Asset
Anything owned that is valuable
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SAT Words (Set 7)
inconsequential
orator
assiduous
haughty
trivial
speaker
hard-working
arrogant, condescending
inconsequential
trivial
orator
speaker
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
amiable
authentic
brawn
contrite
(adj) pleasantly disposed; good-natured; agreeable; cordial;…
(adj) worthy of trust, reliance, or belief; having an undispu…
(n) solid and well-developed muscles; muscular strength and p…
(adj) humbled by guilt and repentant
amiable
(adj) pleasantly disposed; good-natured; agreeable; cordial;…
authentic
(adj) worthy of trust, reliance, or belief; having an undispu…
SAT Words Set 7
Acuity
Braggart
Debunking
Epitomized
Sharpness (mental or visual)
Someone who boasts
Exposing false claims or myths
Typified;... Characterized;... Personified
Acuity
Sharpness (mental or visual)
Braggart
Someone who boasts
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
Archetype
Clemency
Disinterested
Flout
classic example of
mercy
unbiased
defy; reject
Archetype
classic example of
Clemency
mercy
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
expedite
extol
fetter
galleon
verb- make faster: He had to expedite the process of making t…
verb- to praise: The group extolled and gave accolades to the…
verb- to restrict the freedom of:I had to fetter the insane c…
noun- a large 3-masted ship used in the 15th-17th centuries e…
expedite
verb- make faster: He had to expedite the process of making t…
extol
verb- to praise: The group extolled and gave accolades to the…
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Top 250 SAT Vocabulary Words Sparknotes
abjure
abrogate
acerbic
acrimony
(v.) to reject, renounce
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority
(adj.) biting, bitter in tone or taste
(n.) bitterness, discord
abjure
(v.) to reject, renounce
abrogate
(v.) to abolish, usually by authority
ACT/SAT words set 7
Discrepancy
Disposition
Engross
Facilitate
a lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more facts
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character, an incli…
absorb all the attention or interest of
make an action or process easy or easier
Discrepancy
a lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more facts
Disposition
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character, an incli…
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Sat vocabulary set 7
Jaragon
Demagogue
Harangue
Hyperbole
Specialized language
A leader who tells people what they want to hear and plays on…
Long lecturing speech
Wild exaggeration
Jaragon
Specialized language
Demagogue
A leader who tells people what they want to hear and plays on…
6 terms
SAT Vocabulary Set 7
instrinsic
innocuous
encroach
serendipity
adj. basic or essential constitution of something, inherent
adj. harmless, innocent, inoffensive
v. intrude, trespass, infringe
n. fortunate chance, luck
instrinsic
adj. basic or essential constitution of something, inherent
innocuous
adj. harmless, innocent, inoffensive
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SAT Top 100 Vocabulary Words Set 7
mundane
nonchalant
novice
opulent
ordinary, commonplace
calm, casual, seeming unexcited
apprentice, beginner
wealthy
mundane
ordinary, commonplace
nonchalant
calm, casual, seeming unexcited
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SAT Vocabulary Set 7
ques
qui
rect
sanct
ask, seek
quiet
straight
sacred
ques
ask, seek
qui
quiet
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