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ENGLISH SAT WORDS PART1
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous.
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
lean; sharp cornered; gaunt
overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
Altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous.
Ambivalent
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
20 terms
English SAT part 1 words
Equivocate
Assiduous
Aptitude
Circumspect
Say confusing things
Hard working
Natural ability
Cautious
Equivocate
Say confusing things
Assiduous
Hard working
Unit 1 English SAT words
Admonish
Breach
brigand
circumspect
to caution or advice aganist something, to scold
a gap
a bandit
careful, cautious
Admonish
to caution or advice aganist something, to scold
Breach
a gap
English SAT Words part 1
Delineate
Nefarious
vernacular
brawn
to describe accurately
extreme wickedness
everyday speech; slang
muscular strength
Delineate
to describe accurately
Nefarious
extreme wickedness
english sat words set 1
cupidity
demure
dither
exigent
(n.) greed, strong desire
(adj.) quiet, modest, reserved
(v.) to be indecisive
(adj.) urgent, critical
cupidity
(n.) greed, strong desire
demure
(adj.) quiet, modest, reserved
12 terms
English SAT Words: Set 1
aesthetic
eclectic
enigma
anomalous
appealing to the sense of beauty
choosing from a variety of sources
a puzzle; a riddle
deviating from a general rule, out of place, incongruous
aesthetic
appealing to the sense of beauty
eclectic
choosing from a variety of sources
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english sat words part 1
abjure
cogent
enervate
harangue
to reject, renounce
intellectually convincing
to weaken, exhaust
a ranting speech, to guve such a speech
abjure
to reject, renounce
cogent
intellectually convincing
English SAT Words Pt1
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
lean; sharp cornered; gaunt
overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
ambivalent
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
20 terms
English 1 SAT Volume 1 Vocabulary Words
delineate
nefarious
vernacular
brawn
to describe accurately
extreme wickedness; evil
everyday speech; slang
muscular strength
delineate
to describe accurately
nefarious
extreme wickedness; evil
English: SAT words part 1
Lucid
Verbose
Copious
Writhe
(adj) transparently clear; easily understandable.
(adj.) wordy, long winded.
(adj.) abundant; plentiful.
(v.) to twist or bend in pain.
Lucid
(adj) transparently clear; easily understandable.
Verbose
(adj.) wordy, long winded.
10 terms
English SAT words lesson 1
Aberration
Abstinence
Abstract
Acclaim
N. A deviating from the right path or usual course of action;…
N. The giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
Adj. theoretical, not applied or practical; not concrete; har…
N. Loud applause: approval (v. : to applaud; to praise)
Aberration
N. A deviating from the right path or usual course of action;…
Abstinence
N. The giving up of certain pleasures such as food or drink
10 terms
SAT Word Set # 1
abhorrent (adj.)
adulation (n.)
amicable (adj.)
anachronism (n.)
disgusting
excessive flattery or admiration
friendly
chronologically incorrect; an error in order of time
abhorrent (adj.)
disgusting
adulation (n.)
excessive flattery or admiration
199 terms
SAT words 1-199 English 10
Delineate
Nefarious
Vernacular
Brawn
to describe accurately ... He delineated his project at the scie…
extreme wickedness ... Hitler was thought to be the cause of man…
everyday speech; slang... Medical vernacular is very difficult f…
muscular strength... Working as a bodybuilder requires a lot of…
Delineate
to describe accurately ... He delineated his project at the scie…
Nefarious
extreme wickedness ... Hitler was thought to be the cause of man…
15 terms
English SAT\ACT words #1
affable
Amenable
Amiable
Apt
Easy going , friendly
Favorably disposed, willing to change
Good natured and likeable
Suitable, appropriate, to the point
affable
Easy going , friendly
Amenable
Favorably disposed, willing to change
13 terms
English 11 - NEW SAT/ACT words #1
adhere
adhere
adhere
adhere
to stick
united force
devoted
follow a plan
adhere
to stick
adhere
united force
15 terms
English: SAT Words List 1.1
enthralled
insidious
dispatched
shrouding
(adj.) held as if by a charm or spell
(adj.) 1. awaiting a chance to trap; 2. harmful but attractive
(v.) 1. to send away quickly to a particular place or for a p…
(adj.) as if covering by a dark cloth used to cover a dead bo…
enthralled
(adj.) held as if by a charm or spell
insidious
(adj.) 1. awaiting a chance to trap; 2. harmful but attractive
10 terms
SAT Words - Week 1
abstract
abstruse
acclaim
accolade
theoretical; not concrete
hard to understand
praise; applaud
an award, or praise
abstract
theoretical; not concrete
abstruse
hard to understand
SAT Words 1-16 - PAP English
delineate (v)
nefarious (adj)
vernacular (n)
brawn (n)
to describe accurately
extreme wickedness
everyday speech; slang
muscular strength
delineate (v)
to describe accurately
nefarious (adj)
extreme wickedness
20 terms
English words for SAT1 lesson 1-2
Aberration
Abstinence
Abstract
Acclaim
The deviating from the right path usual course of action; a m…
The giving up of a certain pleasures such as food or drink
Theoretical not applied or practical; not concrete; hard to u…
Loud applause; approval
Aberration
The deviating from the right path usual course of action; a m…
Abstinence
The giving up of a certain pleasures such as food or drink
10 terms
Chapter #1 SAT Vocab Words English Class
Aesthetic
Conventional
Mitigate
Pragmatic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
customary; conforming to established practices
to make less severe or harsh; to moderate; to lessen; to reli…
practical; realistic; down to earth
Aesthetic
characterized by a sensitivity to beauty in art and taste
Conventional
customary; conforming to established practices
10 terms
English - SAT Word Test 1
Perusal
Sophomoric
Heresy
Bellicose
A careful examination/review
Juvenile, immature
Against orthodox opinion
Willingness to fight; eager for war
Perusal
A careful examination/review
Sophomoric
Juvenile, immature
SAT WORDS ~English 1 Honors Group 2
Abrasive
Bilk
Covert
Engender
Rough; coarse; harsh
Cheat; defraud
Hidden; undercover
Cause
Abrasive
Rough; coarse; harsh
Bilk
Cheat; defraud
English SAT words - Test 1
aesthetic
advocate
adversity
adversary
pertaining to art or beauty
urge ; plead for
poverty ; misfortune
opponent
aesthetic
pertaining to art or beauty
advocate
urge ; plead for
English SAT Words Quiz 1
Placid
Capricious
pragmatic
augment
Peaceful or calm
Unpredictable or sudden
opinionated
to make greater or more numerous
Placid
Peaceful or calm
Capricious
Unpredictable or sudden
English SAT Words Quiz 1
A basement
Adbicate
Cacophony
Deprecate
Humiliation; degradation
To fail to fulfill or undertake (a responsibility or duty)
Harsh, disharmonious sound
To belittle; to undervalue
A basement
Humiliation; degradation
Adbicate
To fail to fulfill or undertake (a responsibility or duty)
English 1 Vocabulary Ch. 16+SAT words
unique
devise
vivid
subtle
One of a kind
create
Striking
not obvious
unique
One of a kind
devise
create
10 terms
English SAT words test 1
AESTHETE
ALACRITY
APHORISM
APPROPRIATE
ONE WHO LOVES BEAUTY
CHEERFUL READINESS
A WISE SAYING
TO TAKE ANOTHERS PROPERTY
AESTHETE
ONE WHO LOVES BEAUTY
ALACRITY
CHEERFUL READINESS
20 terms
English 1 SAT Volume 2 Vocabulary Words
corroborate
amorous
decorous
expedite
to confirm; to back up with evidence
feeling love; especially in a sexual sense
proper; in good taste
to speed up the progress of
corroborate
to confirm; to back up with evidence
amorous
feeling love; especially in a sexual sense
20 terms
English 1 SAT Volume 3 Vocabulary Words
bucolic
pretentious
gullible
convival
charmingly rural
making ridiculous claims
easily deceived
fond of partying; festive
bucolic
charmingly rural
pretentious
making ridiculous claims
PAP English 1- SAT Words: Lesson 2
affable
aloof
aversion
banal
friendly, courteous
apart
strong disinclination, disliking
common, ordinary, lacking freshness, hackneyed
affable
friendly, courteous
aloof
apart
10 terms
SAT Vocab Words #1 - English 11
rigid
dissipate
sinuous
transcendent
adj. not easy to bend; firm; inflexible
(v.) to cause to disappear; to scatter, dispel; to spend fool…
(adj.) winding, having many curves; lithe and flexible
(adj.) beyond or above the range of normal or merely physical…
rigid
adj. not easy to bend; firm; inflexible
dissipate
(v.) to cause to disappear; to scatter, dispel; to spend fool…
20 terms
AP English SAT Words List 1
acerbic
acumen
ameliorate
cognate
tart
keenness of intellect
improve
of a similar nature
acerbic
tart
acumen
keenness of intellect
10 terms
SAT Words - Week 1
abstract
abstruse
acclaim
accolade
(adj) theoretical; not concrete
(adj) hard to understand
(v) praise; applaud
(n) an award, or praise
abstract
(adj) theoretical; not concrete
abstruse
(adj) hard to understand
50 terms
50 SAT Vocabulary Words (English 1 Honors)
abate
abdicate
aberration
abstain
become less in amount or intensity
give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
choose not to consume
abate
become less in amount or intensity
abdicate
give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors
SAT -- 5000 Collegiate Words with Brief Definitions (1~10) English<=>English
abase (v.)
abbess (n.)
abbey (n.)
abdicate (v.)
To lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade.
The lady superior of a nunnery.
The group of buildings which collectively form the dwelling-p…
To give up (royal power or the like).
abase (v.)
To lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade.
abbess (n.)
The lady superior of a nunnery.
10 terms
SAT Words Set 1: English 1 Honors
Apex
Appease
Armament
Ascribe
(n) The highest point; peak.... Syn. Climax Ant. Canyon
(v) To smooth; to pacify or relieve by giving into.... Syn. Comp…
(n) Military supplies and weapons; arming for war.... Syn. Munit…
(v) To attribute to a specific cause, source, or origin... Syn.…
Apex
(n) The highest point; peak.... Syn. Climax Ant. Canyon
Appease
(v) To smooth; to pacify or relieve by giving into.... Syn. Comp…
10 terms
English vocab 1.5 SAT WORDS
Absolution
Blatant
Creditable
Ensconce
Forgiveness, pardon, release
Obvious (bad)
Praiseworthy
Establish firmly in a position
Absolution
Forgiveness, pardon, release
Blatant
Obvious (bad)
20 terms
IB English 1-20 SAT words
Abhor
Hoard
Presumptuous
Subtle
To loathe
To stash away
Behold to the point of rudeness
Difficult to perceive
Abhor
To loathe
Hoard
To stash away
25 terms
English Sat vocab 1
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Def- Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generou…
Def- Having contrary my feelings or attitudes, uncertain as t…
Def- Lean; sharp-cornered; grant... Antonym- Rotund
Def- Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud... Synonyms- Pres…
Altruistic
Def- Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generou…
Ambivalent
Def- Having contrary my feelings or attitudes, uncertain as t…
AP English Lit SAT Word List #1
detriment
dexterous
discretion
facetious
(n.) harm or loss; injury, damage; a disadvantage; a cause of…
(adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever... Ex: Micha…
(n.) the quality of being reserved in speech or action; good…
(adj.) humorous; not meant seriously... Ex: Eric, not certain of…
detriment
(n.) harm or loss; injury, damage; a disadvantage; a cause of…
dexterous
(adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever... Ex: Micha…
40 terms
English Vocab SAT Words Acts 1 & 2
Partisan
Pernicious
Covert
Portent
A weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on t…
Very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental
Secret, stealthy, concealed.
A sign of forewarning; omen, warning.
Partisan
A weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on t…
Pernicious
Very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental
16 terms
H English 11 SAT Vocab Words (1)
accolade
allusion
ambivalence
anomalous
(n.) praise, honor
(n.)indirect reference
(n.) the state of having uncertain or mixed feelings about so…
(adj.) odd or not fitting the norm
accolade
(n.) praise, honor
allusion
(n.)indirect reference
16 terms
H English 11 SAT Vocab Words (1)
accolade
allusion
ambivalence
anomalous
(n.) praise, honor
(n.)indirect reference
(n.) the state of having uncertain or mixed feelings about so…
(adj.) odd or not fitting the norm
accolade
(n.) praise, honor
allusion
(n.)indirect reference
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
26 terms
Honors English Sem 1 SAT words
Mundane
Alacrity
Abhor
Mettle
...
A cheerful readiness or willingness, often with a promt respo…
to dislike intensely
courage; fortitude
Mundane
...
Alacrity
A cheerful readiness or willingness, often with a promt respo…
20 terms
English 2, Honors-SAT Word List #1
anachorism
analogous
belie
cacophonous
an error involving time in a story (n)
comparable (adj)
to contradict; to give a false impression (v)
discordant, inharmonious (adj)
anachorism
an error involving time in a story (n)
analogous
comparable (adj)
10 terms
SAT Words, List 1
scrutinize
egalitarian
surfeit
potentate
to examine or look at very closely
one who advocates the doctrine of equal rights
an overabundance of something
a powerful ruler or an important person
scrutinize
to examine or look at very closely
egalitarian
one who advocates the doctrine of equal rights
20 terms
AP English Language: week 1 SAT Words
Voracious
Indiscriminate
Eminent
Steeped
wanting or devouring great quantities
done at random without careful selection
a high reputation, outstanding
soaked, drenched, saturated
Voracious
wanting or devouring great quantities
Indiscriminate
done at random without careful selection
10 terms
English SAT - Week 1
Abhor
Abominate
Abridge
Abstruse
To hate very much, to detest utterly
To dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loath…
To shorten; to condense; to diminish; to curtail
Hard to Understand
Abhor
To hate very much, to detest utterly
Abominate
To dislike strongly, to regard with intense aversion or loath…
SAT words 1-10
abate
aberration
abstain
adversity
become less in amount or intensity
a state or condition markedly different from the norm.
choose not to consume.
a state of misfortune or affliction
abate
become less in amount or intensity
aberration
a state or condition markedly different from the norm.
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