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Freshman English SAT words
Apathy
Austere
Digress
Facilitate
N. Lack of emotion or feeling
Adj. Strict self discipline
V. to wander from the subject temporarily
V. To make easy or easier
Apathy
N. Lack of emotion or feeling
Austere
Adj. Strict self discipline
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English Sat Words 1-25
abstract
aesthetic
alleviate
ambilvalent
not concrete
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
to ease a pain or a burden
simultaneously feeling opposing feelings, uncertain
abstract
not concrete
aesthetic
having to do with the appreciation of beauty
English SAT words 1-30
Abate
Benevolent
Camaraderie
Empathy
Reduce or lesson
Friendly, helpful
Togetherness, trust, group dynamic of trust
Feeling someone else's feelings
Abate
Reduce or lesson
Benevolent
Friendly, helpful
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Honors English SAT words 1
Acumen
Adulation
Attenuate
Austere
Keenness of insight
Excessive praise
Weaken
Severe, stern, harsh; morally strict
Acumen
Keenness of insight
Adulation
Excessive praise
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English Unit 1 SAT Words
altruistic
reticence
discern
aversion
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others
restraint in speech
differentiate between two or more things
strong disinclination
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others
reticence
restraint in speech
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English 10 Honors SAT Word Study #1
acquisitive
banal
carping
encomium
able to retain information
trite; commonplace
tending to find fault in a petty way
a formal expression of praise
acquisitive
able to retain information
banal
trite; commonplace
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English SAT words chp 1
abate
abide
ablution
abstract
v. to reduce
v. to remain, continue; endure
n. a cleansing with water or other liquid, especially as a re…
adj. difficult to understand; abstruse (not easy to understan…
abate
v. to reduce
abide
v. to remain, continue; endure
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English for College SAT Words #1
Bombastic
Circumlocution
Colloquial
Diffuse
Using language in a pompous, showy way; speaking to impress o…
Speaking in circles, roundabout speech.
Pertaining to common everyday speech; conversational.
Spread out, not concise; wordy.
Bombastic
Using language in a pompous, showy way; speaking to impress o…
Circumlocution
Speaking in circles, roundabout speech.
English SAT words Week 1
Enigma
Apathy
Indifferent
Revere
A riddle.
Lack of emotion or interest.
Having no preference.
To worship; to honor.
Enigma
A riddle.
Apathy
Lack of emotion or interest.
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English SAT Words 1-13
Abstract
acclaim
acquiescent
adamant
(adj) theoretical; not concrete
(verb) praise;applaud
(adj) reluctantly agreeable; compliant
(adj) refusing to change; stubborn, unyielding
Abstract
(adj) theoretical; not concrete
acclaim
(verb) praise;applaud
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SAT Word list 1 English
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
Abbreviate
shorten, abridge
Abstinence
act of refraining from
English 1 SAT Words #1
Ambiguous
Amulet
Baleful
Boisterous
Having more than one meaning;unceartain
A charm or ornament worn to protect against evil
Destructive or deadly
Rowdy,rough,stormy
Ambiguous
Having more than one meaning;unceartain
Amulet
A charm or ornament worn to protect against evil
English SAT Words Group 1
Abstract
Acclaim
Acquiesce
Adamant
adj. -- not easy to understand; theoretical
n. -- loud approval; applause
v. -- agree or consent to an opinion
adj. -- not yielding; firm
Abstract
adj. -- not easy to understand; theoretical
Acclaim
n. -- loud approval; applause
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Honors English - SAT Words #1
Aberration
Belittle
Cache
Dearth
(n.) deviating from the right path or usual course of action;…
(v.) to make something seem less important;... to degrade or dim…
(n.) a hiding place;... something hidden in a hiding place
(n.) shortage
Aberration
(n.) deviating from the right path or usual course of action;…
Belittle
(v.) to make something seem less important;... to degrade or dim…
English 11 SAT Words 1
Alleviate
Allusion
Apathetic
Apparition
To lighten or lessen (physical or mental troubles); to mitiga…
1.) A passing or casual reference; an incidental mention of s…
1.) Void of feeling; passionless. 2.) Showing a lack of inter…
1.) A supernatural appearance of a person or thing; a ghost;…
Alleviate
To lighten or lessen (physical or mental troubles); to mitiga…
Allusion
1.) A passing or casual reference; an incidental mention of s…
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English SAT word list 1
absent-minded
brigadier
clemency
embargo
adj-lacking in attention to immediate surroundings or busines…
n-General officer who commands a brigade, ranking between a c…
n-mercy Example: the judge showed the women clemency
n- authoritative stoppage of foreign commerce or of any speci…
absent-minded
adj-lacking in attention to immediate surroundings or busines…
brigadier
n-General officer who commands a brigade, ranking between a c…
English Journalism (SAT words) #1
Adage
Bonanza
Churlish
Citadel
(n.) a proverb , wise saying ... A TRADITIONAL SAYING EXPRESSING…
(n.) a rich mass of ore (metal -bearing rock) in a mine , som…
(adj.) Lacking politeness or good manners; lacking sensitivit…
(n) a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strong…
Adage
(n.) a proverb , wise saying ... A TRADITIONAL SAYING EXPRESSING…
Bonanza
(n.) a rich mass of ore (metal -bearing rock) in a mine , som…
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English SAT Vocabulary Words #1
Abhorrence (noun)
Bibliomania (noun)
Codicil (noun )
Cacophony (noun)
the act or state of disliking someone or something very much.
Extreme preoccupation with collecting books. Also a disorder.
A document that adds or changes something in a will.
Unpleasant loud screams
Abhorrence (noun)
the act or state of disliking someone or something very much.
Bibliomania (noun)
Extreme preoccupation with collecting books. Also a disorder.
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English SAT words (1-24)
Abase
Abstruse
Acumen
Adroit
To lower in rank, prestige, or esteem
Difficult to understand
Quickness, accuracy, and keenness of judgement or insight
Dexterous; deft
Abase
To lower in rank, prestige, or esteem
Abstruse
Difficult to understand
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English: SAT Words 2.1
lament
aghast
decamp
mediocrity
(v.) to mourn aloud; to wail; to express sorrow for
(adj.) horrified; amazed; stunned
(v.) to escape; to abscond; to run away
(n.) the state of being average; poorness; weakness
lament
(v.) to mourn aloud; to wail; to express sorrow for
aghast
(adj.) horrified; amazed; stunned
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English: SAT Words 1.2
excessive
preserve
afflict
remarkably
(adj.) more than is necessary, normal, or desirable; extravag…
(v.) to maintain (something) in its original or existing state
(v.) to cause pain or suffering to; to affect or to trouble
(adj.) attracting notice as being unusual or extraordinary
excessive
(adj.) more than is necessary, normal, or desirable; extravag…
preserve
(v.) to maintain (something) in its original or existing state
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English 11R Unit 1 SAT words
candid
conjecture
didactic
euphermism
(adj) completely honest, straightforward
(noun) Inference; guesswork
(adj) instructive
(noun) a mild, indirect or vague term substituting for a hars…
candid
(adj) completely honest, straightforward
conjecture
(noun) Inference; guesswork
English IV: "Hot SAT" Words List #1
hedonist
heretic
hierarchy
homogeneous
(n) one who lives solely for pleasure
(n) a person who upholds religious doctrines contrary to the…
(n) organization by rank, class, or grade
(adj.) similar; uniform in nature
hedonist
(n) one who lives solely for pleasure
heretic
(n) a person who upholds religious doctrines contrary to the…
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English Vocab 1 - SAT Words
Concise (adj.)
Laconic (adj.)
Quiescent (adj.)
Reticent (adj.)
Using few words in speaking and writing
Using few words in speech
Quiet; still; inactive
Not talking much; reserved
Concise (adj.)
Using few words in speaking and writing
Laconic (adj.)
Using few words in speech
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English 4 #1-30 SAT Words
convergence
deleterious
demagogue
digression
joining of parts
harmful
rabble-rousing leader
straying from main point
convergence
joining of parts
deleterious
harmful
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English 1 ACT\SAT Vocabulary I
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
(n.) a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
cautious; aware of potential consequences... (adj.) careful, cau…
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
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English SAT words unit 1
meticulous
assailed
loitered
avidity
extremely careful about small details
to be attacked with force and violence
to linger idly or aimlessly
extremely eager or a strong desire
meticulous
extremely careful about small details
assailed
to be attacked with force and violence
SAT Word List 1 English with definition
abhor
bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake; false
give voting rights
abhor
hate
bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
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English SAT words List 1
Abhor
Abstraction
Acme
Affluence
Hates
Idea
Top
Rich
Abhor
Hates
Abstraction
Idea
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SAT English 1 Words #13
Insurgent
Judicious
Listless
Misconstrue
noun/adjective- (n) rebel; (adj.) rebellious... A battalion of i…
adjective- wise; carefully thought out; having good judgement…
adjective- wise; carefully thought out; having good judgement…
verb- to misunderstand; to misinterpret... Gil misconstrued Bev'…
Insurgent
noun/adjective- (n) rebel; (adj.) rebellious... A battalion of i…
Judicious
adjective- wise; carefully thought out; having good judgement…
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English SAT Words Semester 1
amend
anarchist
antagonist
appease
correct or change
a person who rebels against the establishment
hostile or opposed
to calm or soothe
amend
correct or change
anarchist
a person who rebels against the establishment
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English SAT Words WEEK 1
brevity
concise
laconic
quiescent
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing (noun)
using few words in speaking and writing (adj)
using few words in speech (adj)
quiet, still, inactive (adj)
brevity
briefness or conciseness in speech or writing (noun)
concise
using few words in speaking and writing (adj)
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SAT English 1 Words #11
Insipid
Interrogate
Laudable
Mundane
adjective- dull; uninteresting; flat... Maribelle found the insi…
verb- to examine by questioning; to question... The police inter…
adjective - praiseworthy; deserving, commendation... The student…
adjective - ordinary; commonplace; earthly... Henrietta resents…
Insipid
adjective- dull; uninteresting; flat... Maribelle found the insi…
Interrogate
verb- to examine by questioning; to question... The police inter…
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english SAT words #1-20
aesthetic
eclectic
enigma
anomalous
appealing to the sense of beauty
choosing from a variety of sources
a puzzle
out of place
aesthetic
appealing to the sense of beauty
eclectic
choosing from a variety of sources
English 1 SAT Words #3
Antipathy
Blunderbuss
Compatriot
Conflagration
A dislike,distaste,or enmity
A clumsy and careless person;an obsolete firearm with a bell…
A fellow countryman
A large fire
Antipathy
A dislike,distaste,or enmity
Blunderbuss
A clumsy and careless person;an obsolete firearm with a bell…
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English SAT words quarter 1
Abstract
Aesthetic
Alleviate
Ambivalent
Not concrete
Having to do with the appreciation of beauty
To ease a pain or a burden
Simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain
Abstract
Not concrete
Aesthetic
Having to do with the appreciation of beauty
English SAT Words List 1
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) 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) shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
25 terms
English SAT Word List 1
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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English SAT words Pt. 1
Aesthetic
Eclectic
Enigma
Anomalous
Appealing to the sense of beauty
Choosing from a variety of sources
A puzzle
Out of place
Aesthetic
Appealing to the sense of beauty
Eclectic
Choosing from a variety of sources
English 1 SAT WORDS #2
Antithesis
Ascend
Austere
Autonomous
A direct opposite,a constrast
To move upward,to rise lower situation
Strict,stern;... unadorned,ascetic
Independent,self contained
Antithesis
A direct opposite,a constrast
Ascend
To move upward,to rise lower situation
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SAT English 1 Words #11
Insipid
Interrogate
Laudable
Mundane
adjective- dull; uninteresting; flat... Maribelle found the insi…
verb- to examine by questioning; to question... The police inter…
adjective - praiseworthy; deserving, commendation... The student…
adjective - ordinary; commonplace; earthly... Henrietta resents…
Insipid
adjective- dull; uninteresting; flat... Maribelle found the insi…
Interrogate
verb- to examine by questioning; to question... The police inter…
15 terms
SAT English 1 Words #12
aggravate
anarchy
audacity
bane
verb- to intensify; to make worse; to annoy or irritate... Don h…
noun- chaos; disorder resulting from a lack of laws or rules…
noun- courage; boldness... The quarterback called a daring last-…
noun- a source of misery; a person or thing that causes woe;…
aggravate
verb- to intensify; to make worse; to annoy or irritate... Don h…
anarchy
noun- chaos; disorder resulting from a lack of laws or rules…
English SAT words 1-20
Indifferent
Apathy
Obscure
Ambiguous
Not caring one way or another, lacking preference, neutral
Lacking of emotion or interest
Unclear, clouded, partially hidden, hard to understand
Unclear in meaning
Indifferent
Not caring one way or another, lacking preference, neutral
Apathy
Lacking of emotion or interest
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English SAT word list 1
Ambivalent
Apathy
Autonomy
Benevolent
undecided; having mixed feelings
lack of energy or interest
self-government
kindly
Ambivalent
undecided; having mixed feelings
Apathy
lack of energy or interest
English SAT words group 1
abject
accolade
abstruse
demagogue
hopeless, extremely sad and servile; defeated
an honor; an award
hard to understand
a leader of the people, but not in a good sense of the word
abject
hopeless, extremely sad and servile; defeated
accolade
an honor; an award
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English: SAT Words 1-13
abstract
acclaim
acquiescent
adamant
theoretical; not concrete
praise; applaud
reluctantly agreeable; complaint
refusing to change; stubborn, unyielding
abstract
theoretical; not concrete
acclaim
praise; applaud
English SAT words 1-8
copious
Tenacious
surreptitious
voracious
abundant: plentiful
tough; stubborn; not letting go
done or acting in a secret, sly manner
an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit; eager to c…
copious
abundant: plentiful
Tenacious
tough; stubborn; not letting go
SAT Words English 1 honors
Apex
Appease
Armament
Ascribe
The highest point; peak (top, peak,point, summit, pinnacle) E…
To soothe, to pacify or relieve by giving into (relieve, soot…
Military supplies and weapons. The process for arming and war…
to attribute to a specific cause, source or origin. Ex: Saman…
Apex
The highest point; peak (top, peak,point, summit, pinnacle) E…
Appease
To soothe, to pacify or relieve by giving into (relieve, soot…
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English: SAT Words Group 1
abhor
bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
hate
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
fake, false
giving voting rights
abhor
hate
bigot
narrow-minded, prejudiced person
SAT Words 1 English 9
accolade
amassed
banal
churlish
tribute
gathered
boring
rude
accolade
tribute
amassed
gathered
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