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English 11 SAT List #2 Vocabulary Words
Acrimonious
Assiduous
Cacophony
Cursory
Angry and Bitter. POS- Adjective
Showing great care, attention, and effort. POS- Adjective
Unpleasant loud noises. POS- Noun
Done or made hastily (not thorough or detailed). POS- Adjective
Acrimonious
Angry and Bitter. POS- Adjective
Assiduous
Showing great care, attention, and effort. POS- Adjective
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English 11: SAT Vocab: List 3
analogous
candor
decorum
enigma
similar, corresponding in certain ways
frankness; outspoken and honest
proper behavior
a baffling matter or person
analogous
similar, corresponding in certain ways
candor
frankness; outspoken and honest
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English 11: SAT Vocab: List 2
imply
infer
immigrate
emigrate
to indicate or suggest
to derive by reasoning
to come to a new country
to leave one country for another
imply
to indicate or suggest
infer
to derive by reasoning
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English 11 SAT Vocab List 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
knead
n. a large, elaborate structure or building
adj. equally skillful with either hand
adj. delayed
v. to work dough or clay into a uniform mixture
edifice
n. a large, elaborate structure or building
ambidextrous
adj. equally skillful with either hand
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English 2, Honors-SAT Word List #3
Adversity (n)
Ambivalence (n)
Benevolent (adj)
Consensus (n)
misfortune; poverty
the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional at…
generous; charitable [the word beneficent means the same thing]
general agreement
Adversity (n)
misfortune; poverty
Ambivalence (n)
the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional at…
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SAT English Word Lists 2 & 3
abrupt
abstract
affect
alternate
sudden; curt; steep
theoretical; a summary
to influence
take turns; a replacement; every other
abrupt
sudden; curt; steep
abstract
theoretical; a summary
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English 11 - SAT words Finals List
brevity
succinct
terse
concise
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
clearly and briefly stated; concise
using only the words that are needed to make the point; very…
using few words in speaking or writing
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
succinct
clearly and briefly stated; concise
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11 English SAT list 3
Bucolic
Pretentious
Gullible
Convivial
Charmingly rural
Making ridiculous claims
Easily deceived
Find of partying; festive
Bucolic
Charmingly rural
Pretentious
Making ridiculous claims
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English 11 sat list 2
restrained
reverence
sagacity
scrutinize
(adj) controlled, repressed, restricted
(n) worship, profound respect
(n) wisdom
(v) to observe carefully
restrained
(adj) controlled, repressed, restricted
reverence
(n) worship, profound respect
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English 11 SAT Vocab list 3
Demure
Derisive
Despair
Despondent
Adj-Shy/reserved (She was a demure wife who preferred to stay…
Adj- Expressing contempt or ridicule... (The derisive bully made…
N- A state where all hope is lost.... (Handcuffed, drugged up, a…
Adj- Without or almost without hope;discouraged.... (They all st…
Demure
Adj-Shy/reserved (She was a demure wife who preferred to stay…
Derisive
Adj- Expressing contempt or ridicule... (The derisive bully made…
English 3 SAT List2
Diffident, Self-Effacing
Pragmatic
Evocation
Presumptuous
Hesitant due to a lack of self-confidence;unassertive;shy; re…
Practical; sensible; NOT idealistic or romantic
An imaginative re-creation of something; a calling forth
Taking liberties; brashly overstepping one's place; impertine…
Diffident, Self-Effacing
Hesitant due to a lack of self-confidence;unassertive;shy; re…
Pragmatic
Practical; sensible; NOT idealistic or romantic
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SAT List #2, English 3
Diffident, Self-Effacing
Pragmatic
Evocation (Evoke)
Presumptuous
hesitant due to a lack of self-confidence; unassertive; shy;…
practical; sensible; NOT idealistic or romantic
an imaginative re-creation of something; a calling forth
taking liberties; brashly overstepping ones place; impertinen…
Diffident, Self-Effacing
hesitant due to a lack of self-confidence; unassertive; shy;…
Pragmatic
practical; sensible; NOT idealistic or romantic
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english SAT words, list 3
abscond
accede
bilk
candor
leave hurriedly or secretly
agree to command; take over position
cheat or defraud someone
quality of being open & honest in expression
abscond
leave hurriedly or secretly
accede
agree to command; take over position
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English- SAT Words- List #3
altruistic
ambivalent
antithesis
autonomous
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous, (b…
having contrary feelings, uncertain as to course of action, (…
a direct opposite, a contrast, (counter)
independent, self-contained, (sovereign)
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous, (b…
ambivalent
having contrary feelings, uncertain as to course of action, (…
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English SAT word list 3
Ephemeral
Erroneous
Erudition
Esoteric
short-lived
wrong
great knowledge or learning
obscure
Ephemeral
short-lived
Erroneous
wrong
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SAT word list 8 english 11
affinity
blasphemous
corroboration
deplete
a likeness, a natural relationship, a kinship
irreverent, profane, sacrilegious
confirmation
to use up gradually, to lessen in amount or value
affinity
a likeness, a natural relationship, a kinship
blasphemous
irreverent, profane, sacrilegious
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English SAT Word List #3
affluent
pellucid
egregious
confluence
to flow in abundance
transparent
out of the group
to flow together
affluent
to flow in abundance
pellucid
transparent
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English SAT words list #3
Aggrandize
Buttress
Querulous
Facade
To increase or make greater
To support or hold up
Whiny; complaining
A false front; a deceptive appearance or attitude
Aggrandize
To increase or make greater
Buttress
To support or hold up
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English SAT words- list 3
despot
sycophant
glutton
hedonist
ruler with total control
one who flatters others
overly hungry
living for pleasure
despot
ruler with total control
sycophant
one who flatters others
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SAT English words list 3
amenities
amiable
amicable
amiss
convenient features
agreeable
politely friendly
wrong
amenities
convenient features
amiable
agreeable
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SAT word list 11 - English (Jordan)
Eulogy
Fastidious
Fidelity
Formidable
Praise; high praise or commendation.
Very fussy; excessively particular, critical, or demanding; h…
Faithfulness; loyalty.
inspiring awe; causing fear, apprehension, or dread.
Eulogy
Praise; high praise or commendation.
Fastidious
Very fussy; excessively particular, critical, or demanding; h…
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English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #3
Incorrigible (adj.)
Indefatigable (adj.)
Indigent (adj.)
Ingratiate (v.)
too firmly fixed to be reformed or changed
tireless
poverty-stricken or impoverished
to make oneself acceptable
Incorrigible (adj.)
too firmly fixed to be reformed or changed
Indefatigable (adj.)
tireless
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SAT Vocab Words #3 - English 11
Hypothetical
Irrelevant
Obstreperous
Outlandish
involving ideas or possibilities
Not applicable
noisy; unruly
very peculiar; alien
Hypothetical
involving ideas or possibilities
Irrelevant
Not applicable
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English SAT word list 2
Decimation
Deft
Delinquency
Depravity
extensive destruction
skillful
wrong-doing
moral corruption
Decimation
extensive destruction
Deft
skillful
SAT Word List 3 with English Definition
abasement
billowing
cower
enhance
humiliation; degradation
swelling; fluttering; waving
recoil in fear or servility; shrink away from
improve; make better or clearer
abasement
humiliation; degradation
billowing
swelling; fluttering; waving
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English 11 - SAT words Finals List
brevity
succinct
terse
concise
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
clearly and briefly stated; concise
using only the words that are needed to make the point; very…
using few words in speaking or writing
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
succinct
clearly and briefly stated; concise
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English SAT word list 2
convergence
deleterious
demagogue
digression
joining of parts
harmful
rabble rousing leader
straying from the main point
convergence
joining of parts
deleterious
harmful
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English SAT words- list 2
overused
concise
a nice word
brief
banal
terse
euphemism
succinct
overused
banal
concise
terse
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English Sat Words List 2
didactic
lucid
acumen
adroit
adj. in the manner of a teacher; a teacher ... Dora the explorer…
adj. expressed clearly; easy to understand ... the concept of 2+…
noun the ability to make good judgement and quick decisions…
adj. clever or skillful in using the hands or mind ... an Olympi…
didactic
adj. in the manner of a teacher; a teacher ... Dora the explorer…
lucid
adj. expressed clearly; easy to understand ... the concept of 2+…
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English SAT Word List #2
benevolent
untenable
abhor
malediction
an inclination to do good
that which cannot be defended
to dislike intensely
to say bad things
benevolent
an inclination to do good
untenable
that which cannot be defended
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SAT word list 2: English
phenomena
delineate
accolade
clemency
observable facts
portray
award of merit
mercy; leniency; mildness, as of the weather
phenomena
observable facts
delineate
portray
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SAT English word list 2
adultion
adulterate
advent
adversary
flattery
make impure by adding inferior
arrival
oppent
adultion
flattery
adulterate
make impure by adding inferior
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AP English 11 SAT List 3 Asgill
Cajole
Callous
Capitulate
Capricious
To persuade by pleasant words oe false promises
Unfeeling; insensitive
To surrender; to stop resisting
Changeable; fickle
Cajole
To persuade by pleasant words oe false promises
Callous
Unfeeling; insensitive
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English 2 SAT List 3
Abate
Culpable
Desultory
Divest
Becoming less intense or widespread
Deserving blame
Lacking a plan, purpose, or enthusiasm
Deprive (someone) of power, rights, or possessions
Abate
Becoming less intense or widespread
Culpable
Deserving blame
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English 2 Honors: SAT List 11
Alienate verb
Celestial adjective
Desecrate verb
Enervate verb
To turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone; t…
Having to do with the heavens; device
To treat with disrespect
To weaken; to lessen the strength of
Alienate verb
To turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone; t…
Celestial adjective
Having to do with the heavens; device
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English 2 H SAT Vocab List 11
alienate
celestial
desecrate
enervate
v. to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone…
adj. having to do with the heavens; divine.... "The new astronau…
v. to treat with disrespect.... "The young troublemakers planned…
v. to weaken; to lessen the strength of.... "Strenuous dieting w…
alienate
v. to turn away the normal feelings of fondness toward anyone…
celestial
adj. having to do with the heavens; divine.... "The new astronau…
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English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #2
immutable
impartial
impassive
imperturbable
(adj.) never changing
(adj.) fair; just; showing no favoritism
(adj.) without feeling or emotion; insensible
(adj.) not easily excited or disturbed
immutable
(adj.) never changing
impartial
(adj.) fair; just; showing no favoritism
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SAT LIST 2 English 3
ANECDOTE
APPREHENSIVE
APPROPRIATE (as verb)
AUTHORITARIAN (adj. & n
a short entertaining story about a real incident or person
anticipating something with anxiety or fea
take for one's own use without permission; devote (money) to…
adj.: favoring or enforcing strict obedience to authority... nou…
ANECDOTE
a short entertaining story about a real incident or person
APPREHENSIVE
anticipating something with anxiety or fea
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SAT Vocab Words #2 - English 11
Pragmatic
Kindred
Postulate
Girth
concerned with practical results; relating to philosophical p…
similar to somebody or something; of the same family
assume something; claim something
distance around something; saddle band
Pragmatic
concerned with practical results; relating to philosophical p…
Kindred
similar to somebody or something; of the same family
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11 AP English SAT Words List
indifferent
apathy
obscure
impartial
(adj) not caring, having no interest; unbiased, impartial
lack of emotion or interest
unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
unbiased; neutral
indifferent
(adj) not caring, having no interest; unbiased, impartial
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
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English 11 SAT Words List #1
abdicate (v)
aberration (n)
altruism (n)
blithe (adj)
fail to fulfill or undertake
departure from what is normal or usual, one that is unwelcome
selfless (overly) concern for the well-being of others
showing a casual, cheerful, and carefree indifference conside…
abdicate (v)
fail to fulfill or undertake
aberration (n)
departure from what is normal or usual, one that is unwelcome
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Sat Words 11-4-15 List 2
temperate
tenaciously
tonic
bossom
Mild, moderate
with great determination; holding on to something that is val…
a refreshing drink, something that invigorates
the chest or breasts of a human being
temperate
Mild, moderate
tenaciously
with great determination; holding on to something that is val…
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Ap English 3 SAT Vocabulary List 11
Aesthetic
Catalyst
Disparage
Ingratiate
characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
something that causes an important event to happen
express a negative opinion of
gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts
Aesthetic
characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
Catalyst
something that causes an important event to happen
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AP English 11 SAT List 2 Asgill
Antithesis
Apocryphal
Arduous
Assuage
The direct opposite; a sharp contrast
Fictitious, false, wrong
Hard to do; requiring much effort
To make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
Antithesis
The direct opposite; a sharp contrast
Apocryphal
Fictitious, false, wrong
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English 3-4 SAT word list #3
Aesthetic
Expiate
Exude
Fidelity
Pertaining to beauty or art
To atone for, make ammends for
To give off, ooze
Loyalty
Aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty or art
Expiate
To atone for, make ammends for
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English 3; SAT Words #2
Morsel
Perishable
Medley
Quench
Small piece or bite of food
Subject to spoling
Assortment
Satisfy or extinguish
Morsel
Small piece or bite of food
Perishable
Subject to spoling
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English SAT words 2&3
Jocund
Levity
Quixotic
Indurate
High-spirited
Lightness of manner
Caught up in the romance of noble deeds
Physically or morally hardened, Latin, indurare
Jocund
High-spirited
Levity
Lightness of manner
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MHS - AP3 SAT Words List 11
aesthetic
catalyst
disparage
ingratiate
characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
something that causes an important event to happen
express a negative opinion of
gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts
aesthetic
characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
catalyst
something that causes an important event to happen
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SAT Words List 1, SAT list 3, SAT list 2
Abbreviate
Anachronistic
Asylum
Collaborate
(V) to shorten, abridge
(Adj) out-of-date, not attributed to the correct historical p…
(N) sanctuary, shelter, place of refuge
(V) to cooperate, work together
Abbreviate
(V) to shorten, abridge
Anachronistic
(Adj) out-of-date, not attributed to the correct historical p…
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English 11 CB SAT vocabulary list 2
antagonist
arid
assiduous
benevolent
foe, opponent, adversary
extremely dry or deathly boring
persistent, hard-working
friendly and helpful
antagonist
foe, opponent, adversary
arid
extremely dry or deathly boring
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