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English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #4
Irrefutable (adj.)
Irrelevant (adj.)
Jargon (n.)
Judicious (adj.)
cannot be disproved
not to the point; not relating to the subject
the specialized vocabulary of members of a group
wise; careful; showing sound judgement, prudent
Irrefutable (adj.)
cannot be disproved
Irrelevant (adj.)
not to the point; not relating to the subject
English SAT Word List 4
specious
placid
dispirited
impugn
seemingly fair or true
to be calm
defeat, dejected
to challenge the accuracy or honesty of something
specious
seemingly fair or true
placid
to be calm
SAT Word List 4 with English definition
abrogate
blasphemy
credible
enigma
cancel; deny; repeal
speech which offends religious sentiments
believable
puzzle; mystery
abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
blasphemy
speech which offends religious sentiments
25 terms
English SAT Word List 4
querulous
rancorous
reclusive
reconciliation
irritable
hateful
withdrawn, hermit-like
agreement after a quarrel
querulous
irritable
rancorous
hateful
20 terms
SAT Word List 4
arable
arbiter
archeology
aristocracy
fit for cultivation
a judge; someone with the power to make decisions
the scientific study of historic or prehistoric peoples and t…
a class of persons holding exceptional rank and privileges, e…
arable
fit for cultivation
arbiter
a judge; someone with the power to make decisions
15 terms
English SAT Word list 4
Impugned
Incorrigible
Indigenous
Ineffable
challengeable; attacked in words
cannot be corrected
native to a particular place
cannot be expressed in words
Impugned
challengeable; attacked in words
Incorrigible
cannot be corrected
15 terms
SAT Word List #4
aesthetic
antagonist
clairvoyant
compromise
(adj) pertaining to beauty or the arts
(n) foe, opponent, adversary
(adj) exceptionally insightful, able to foresee the future
(v) to settle a dispute by terms agreeable to both sides
aesthetic
(adj) pertaining to beauty or the arts
antagonist
(n) foe, opponent, adversary
English 4 SAT Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraing from
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive
Hardship; misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
act of refraing from
32 terms
English SAT List 4
Ambiguous
Ambivalent
Apathetic
Arbitrary
Having more than one meaning; (Finding an ______ test questio…
Having mixed or conflicting emotions about something (I am __…
lacking interest, concern, or emotion (He gave an ______ look…
Determined by impulse rather than reason (We just need someth…
Ambiguous
Having more than one meaning; (Finding an ______ test questio…
Ambivalent
Having mixed or conflicting emotions about something (I am __…
11 terms
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
SAT Word List 4
hackneyed
haughty
hedonist
hypothesis
overused, clichéd
arrogant, condescending
pleasure seeker
an educated guess, theory requiring proof
hackneyed
overused, clichéd
haughty
arrogant, condescending
English IV SAT List #4
Abrogate
Bi-polar
Capricious
Demagogue
to cancel, destroy, revoke, or void
having two opposite or contradictory ideas
whimsical; changeable
a leader who tries to stir up people by appeals to emotion, p…
Abrogate
to cancel, destroy, revoke, or void
Bi-polar
having two opposite or contradictory ideas
21 terms
AP English List 4 SAT Words
Tentative
Deference
Fervor
Dispassionate
Not final
A show of respect
Passion
Without passion
Tentative
Not final
Deference
A show of respect
50 terms
SAT Word List #4
adulation
bristle
decoy
erratic
strong admiration; worship
to show irritation
lure; trap; trick
wandering; irregular
adulation
strong admiration; worship
bristle
to show irritation
English SAT list 4
Contempt
Convivial
Credulous
Degeneration
Scorn, extreme dislike
Fond of good company and of festivity
Believing on slight evidence, gullible
A state of decline
Contempt
Scorn, extreme dislike
Convivial
Fond of good company and of festivity
English SAT List 4
Novel
Philanthropy
Tentative
Deference
New, original
Love of mankind, donating to charity
Temporary, uncertain
Submission to another's will, respect
Novel
New, original
Philanthropy
Love of mankind, donating to charity
SAT Words List 4
discursive`
disdain
dormant
drone
rambling
intense dislike
inactive; sleeping
to speak in a monotone; to buzz
discursive`
rambling
disdain
intense dislike
10 terms
SAT Word List 4
Abrogate
Blasphemy
Credible
Enigma
cancel; deny; repeal
speech which offends religious sentiments
believable
puzzle; mystery
Abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
Blasphemy
speech which offends religious sentiments
12 terms
ENGLISH - SAT words 4
zephyr
collusion
miscreant
quagmire
a gentle, mild breeze
a secret agreement, especially for fraudulent or treacherous
purposes; conspiracy
an area of miry or boggy ground whose surface yields under th…
zephyr
a gentle, mild breeze
collusion
a secret agreement, especially for fraudulent or treacherous
20 terms
SAT Word List 4
appellation
prosaic
rectitude
spurious
Part of Speech: noun... Definition: a name or title.... Example:…
Part of Speech: adjective ... Definition: having the style or d…
Part of Speech: noun... Definition: morally correct behavior or…
Part of Speech: adjective ... Definition: not being what it pur…
appellation
Part of Speech: noun... Definition: a name or title.... Example:…
prosaic
Part of Speech: adjective ... Definition: having the style or d…
10 terms
SAT word list 4
abrogate
blasphemy
credible
enigma
cancel; deny; repeal
An act, utterance, or writing showing contempt for something…
Believable
a puzzle; a mystery
abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
blasphemy
An act, utterance, or writing showing contempt for something…
SAT Word List 4
Apathy
Benevolent
Callous
Cohesive
(noun) Lack of interest or concern, especially regarding matt…
(adj) Characterized by or suggestive of doing good
(adj) Emotionally hardened; unfeeling
(adj) Tending to cohere or stick together
Apathy
(noun) Lack of interest or concern, especially regarding matt…
Benevolent
(adj) Characterized by or suggestive of doing good
15 terms
SAT Word List #4
Abrogate
Blasphemy
Credible
Enigma
cancel; deny; repeal
speech which offends religious sentiments
believable
puzzle; mystery
Abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
Blasphemy
speech which offends religious sentiments
10 terms
SAT Word List 4
abrogate
blasphemy
credible
enigma
cancel; deny; repeal
speech which offends religious sentiments
believable
puzzle; mystery
abrogate
cancel; deny; repeal
blasphemy
speech which offends religious sentiments
9 terms
SAT Words List 4
divulge
dormant
dour
pert
to reveal something secret
sleeping, temporarily inactive
stern, joyless
flippant, bold
divulge
to reveal something secret
dormant
sleeping, temporarily inactive
English SAT Words 4
Farce (noun)
Frenetic (adj)
Garrulous (adj)
Gratuitous (adj)
An absurdly ridiculous situtation
Wildly excited or active
Given to excessive, rambling talk
Given freely, unearned; unwarranted
Farce (noun)
An absurdly ridiculous situtation
Frenetic (adj)
Wildly excited or active
English 11: SAT Vocab: List 4
antiquated
augment
cajole
derivative
old or obsolete
to increase; supplement; add to
to coax
not original
antiquated
old or obsolete
augment
to increase; supplement; add to
16 terms
SAT Word list 4
winsome
loathsome
propitious
evanescent
charming, attractive, favorable
hated, despicable, repugnant
auspicious, favorable
fleeting, passing, brief, ephemeral
winsome
charming, attractive, favorable
loathsome
hated, despicable, repugnant
10 terms
SAT Words, List 4
atypical
badger
astute
askew
not typical, unusual, abnormal
to tease, annoy, harass, pester, or nag persistently
quick in discernment; shrewd, clever, keen
crooked; off to one side
atypical
not typical, unusual, abnormal
badger
to tease, annoy, harass, pester, or nag persistently
10 terms
Honors English 9 SAT Vocabulary List 4
autonomy
aversion
belittle
bequeath
An independence
A strong or fixed dislike
To make something seem less important
To pass along
autonomy
An independence
aversion
A strong or fixed dislike
15 terms
SAT Word List #4
aesthetic
antagonist
clairvoyant
compromise
(adj) pertaining to beauty or the arts
(n) foe, opponent, adversary
(adj) exceptionally insightful, able to foresee the future
(v) to settle a dispute by terms agreeable to both sides
aesthetic
(adj) pertaining to beauty or the arts
antagonist
(n) foe, opponent, adversary
AP English Lit SAT Word List #4 - Word Parts
anti-, ante-
chron, chrono-
-cide
de-
Prefix:... Before
Prefix:... Time
Suffix:... Kill
Prefix:... Remove
anti-, ante-
Prefix:... Before
chron, chrono-
Prefix:... Time
SAT Words List 4
sanguinary
malicious
abject
glut
cruel, blood-thirsty
spiteful, hateful
miserable, pitiful
to eat or drink to excess
sanguinary
cruel, blood-thirsty
malicious
spiteful, hateful
15 terms
SAT word list 4
Benevolent
Piety
Conciliatory
Resigned
(adj) Kind; good-hearted; generous
(noun) Devoutness; state of being deeply religious
(adj) Soothing; ending a dispute
(verb) Accepting of a situation; to give up
Benevolent
(adj) Kind; good-hearted; generous
Piety
(noun) Devoutness; state of being deeply religious
20 terms
SAT Words List 4
Abashed
Apprise
Ardor
Audacity
ashamed or embarrassed (adj)
give notice to, inform (v)
passion, enthusiasm, zeal (n)
daring or boldness (n)
Abashed
ashamed or embarrassed (adj)
Apprise
give notice to, inform (v)
15 terms
SAT word list 4
Benevolent
Piety
Conciliatory
Resigned
Kind; good-hearted; generous
Devoutness; state of being deeply religious
Soothing; ending a dispute
Accepting of a situation; unresisting
Benevolent
Kind; good-hearted; generous
Piety
Devoutness; state of being deeply religious
12 terms
English SAT list 4
Amiable
Authentic
Brawn
Contrite
Good natured; friendly
Genuine; worthy of trust
Solid well developed muscles
Sorry; humbled by guilt and repentant for one's sins
Amiable
Good natured; friendly
Authentic
Genuine; worthy of trust
10 terms
English SAT list 4
Amiable
Brusque
Collaborate
Empathy
Friendly
Short or rude
To work together
Feeling someone else's feelings
Amiable
Friendly
Brusque
Short or rude
25 terms
English SAT List 4
Frolic
Jubilant
Ecstasy
Tangent
play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energetically.
feeling or expressing great happiness and triumph.
an overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful exciteme…
a completely different line of thought or action.
Frolic
play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energetically.
Jubilant
feeling or expressing great happiness and triumph.
25 terms
English SAT List #4
Frolic
Jubilant
Ecstasy
Tangent
Play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energetically.
Feeling or expressing great happiness and triumph.
An overwhelming feeling of happiness and or excitement.
A straight line.
Frolic
Play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energetically.
Jubilant
Feeling or expressing great happiness and triumph.
100 terms
English: SAT List 4
Analogous
Caustic
Detrimental
Extol
comparable
burning
harmful
praise
Analogous
comparable
Caustic
burning
SAT List #4 English
Candor
Coalesce
Destitute
Envoy
the state or quality of being open and honest in expression;…
to grow together or come together as a whole
utterly impoverished, no food, no house, extreme proverty
one on a political journey of representation
Candor
the state or quality of being open and honest in expression;…
Coalesce
to grow together or come together as a whole
38 terms
SAT English List 4
caesura
chiasmus
enjambment
apostrophe
a break, or pause in the text (-)
a reversal in the order of words in two otherwise parallel ph…
the running on of the thought from one line, couplet, or stan…
a digression in the form of an address to someone not present
caesura
a break, or pause in the text (-)
chiasmus
a reversal in the order of words in two otherwise parallel ph…
38 terms
Honors English SAT List 4
abate
astute
autonomous
belie
to subside, decrease, lessen
keen, wise, shrewd
self-governing
to contradict, give a false impression
abate
to subside, decrease, lessen
astute
keen, wise, shrewd
51 terms
SAT Word List 4
Advocate
Ambiguous
Animosity
Boorishness
support
vague
hostility; hatred
rudeness; ill-mannered behavior
Advocate
support
Ambiguous
vague
57 terms
SAT Word List 4
acute
astute
acumen
acerbic
sharpness or severity
clever
sharp mental powers
harsh (kind of like of acid)
acute
sharpness or severity
astute
clever
18 terms
SAT Words List #4
abject
aberration
abjure
abrogate
Miserable, pitiful; The abject boy was silently crying at his…
something not typical; a deviation from the standard;
(v.) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun; We ab…
revoke formally;... The school abrogated Silly Bands when they b…
abject
Miserable, pitiful; The abject boy was silently crying at his…
aberration
something not typical; a deviation from the standard;
20 terms
SAT Words List 4
aloof
assauge
belie
contentious
not friendly; cool and distant
to make an unpleasant feeling less intense
to disguise; to fail to give a true impression of something
likely to cause an argument
aloof
not friendly; cool and distant
assauge
to make an unpleasant feeling less intense
SAT Word List #4
Avouch
Avow
Baleful
Balm
Guarantee; take responsibility for; affirm
Affirm; declare; acknowledge
Sorrowful; sinister; evil
Soothing ointment for pain or healing; salve
Avouch
Guarantee; take responsibility for; affirm
Avow
Affirm; declare; acknowledge
English SAT Vocab List 4
Acclaim
Callous
Deference
Effervescent
Loud applause; approval
Unfeeling; insensitive
Great respect
Lively; giving off bubbles
Acclaim
Loud applause; approval
Callous
Unfeeling; insensitive
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