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sat common words 1
emulate
fortright
sordid
commendable
strive to equal or match, especially by imitating; compete wi…
characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subt…
involving ignoble actions and motives; arousing moral distast…
worthy of high praise
emulate
strive to equal or match, especially by imitating; compete wi…
fortright
characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subt…
SAT Common Words 1
steadfast
relegate
quandary
vie
unwavering հաստատուն
lower in position
uncertainty
compete for
steadfast
unwavering հաստատուն
relegate
lower in position
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Sat common words 1
Hodgepodge
Resignation
Stem
Benign
A confusing mixture or jumble
The acceptance of something unpleasant that can't be avoided
To hold back or limit the flow or growth of something
Kind
Hodgepodge
A confusing mixture or jumble
Resignation
The acceptance of something unpleasant that can't be avoided
25 terms
SAT common word1
Deter
Surly
Differentiate
Creditable
turn away from by persuasion ... Try to prevent show opposition…
Inclined to anger or bad feelings with overtones of menace... 乖戾…
Be a distinctive feature ,attribute, or trait (sometimes in p…
Deserving of praise but not that amazing... 可信的,声誉好的
Deter
turn away from by persuasion ... Try to prevent show opposition…
Surly
Inclined to anger or bad feelings with overtones of menace... 乖戾…
100 terms
1000 Most Common SAT Words 1-100
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade
to reduce, lessen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
to kidnap, take by force
abase
to humiliate, degrade
abate
to reduce, lessen
20 terms
SAT Words-Most Common #1
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to 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) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
SAT Vocabulary: Common Words-1
Avarice
Obstinate
Placid
Profuse
noun: greed (one of the seven deadly sins)
adjective: resistant to guidance or discipline; stubbornly pe…
adjective: not easily irritated/calm
adjective: plentiful; pouring out or flowing in abundance
Avarice
noun: greed (one of the seven deadly sins)
Obstinate
adjective: resistant to guidance or discipline; stubbornly pe…
35 terms
SAT common words 1
resignation
melancholy
elaborate
emulate
the acceptance of something unpleasant that can't be avoided
a deep, long-lasting sadness
marked by complexity; to explain in more detail
strive to equal or match, especially by imitating; complete w…
resignation
the acceptance of something unpleasant that can't be avoided
melancholy
a deep, long-lasting sadness
17 terms
Common SAT Words
Confirm
Substantiate
Support
Establish
to show that something is true or correct
to prove the truth of something
to agree with or approve of something
to cause something to be widely known and accepted
Confirm
to show that something is true or correct
Substantiate
to prove the truth of something
SAT common words 1
Dispute
Compromise
Enforce
Divisive
Tranh luận
Sự thỏa hiệp
Bắt buộc
Gây bất hoà
Dispute
Tranh luận
Compromise
Sự thỏa hiệp
20 terms
SAT Common Vocabulary Words. 1
Vilify
Tangible
Remorse
Wistfull
To criticize harshly
That which can be touched
Deep sense of guilt or regret
Expressing vague longings or sadness
Vilify
To criticize harshly
Tangible
That which can be touched
50 terms
SAT Vocab (common words 1)
embellish
obliging
hodgepodge
disheartened
Verb: make more attractive by adding ornament; make more beau…
adjective: showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for ot…
noun: a confusing mixture or jumble ... (n) mixture of different…
adjective: made less hopeful or enthusiastic ... (adj.) feeling…
embellish
Verb: make more attractive by adding ornament; make more beau…
obliging
adjective: showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for ot…
20 terms
1-20 Common SAT Word
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
abstinence
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity
10 terms
Common SAT Words Lesson 1
abrasive
abasement
abrogatre
abstain
rough; coarse; harsh
humiliation; degradation
cancel, deny, repeal
desist; go without; withdraw
abrasive
rough; coarse; harsh
abasement
humiliation; degradation
50 terms
SAT 1-50 most common words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge : a brief "he ate"
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge : a brief "he ate"
abstinence
act of refraining from
10 terms
Common SAT words - set 1
sanguine
deferential
deprecate
laconic
(adj) hopeful, cheerful, optimistic
(n) respectful and polite
(v) to strongly disapprove, to criticize
(adj) using words briefly and to the point
sanguine
(adj) hopeful, cheerful, optimistic
deferential
(n) respectful and polite
20 terms
Common SAT Words part 1
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
abstinence
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity
The 1000 Most Common SAT Words #1-60
Abase
Abate
Abdicate
Abduct
To humiliate, degrade (v)
To reduce, lessen (v)
To give up a position, usually one of leadership (v)
To kidnap, take by force (v)
Abase
To humiliate, degrade (v)
Abate
To reduce, lessen (v)
25 terms
Most Common SAT Words 1-25
abate
abdicate
aberration
abhor
become less in amount or intensity
give up a position
something unusual, different from the norm
to really hate
abate
become less in amount or intensity
abdicate
give up a position
114 terms
1000 Common SAT Words (Volume 1)
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
The Most Common SAT Words 1-20
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
to shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, such as eati…
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
to shorten, abridge
abstinence
the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, such as eati…
25 terms
Club 100's Most Common SAT Words 1-25
abate
abdicate
aberration
abhor
become less in amount or intensity
give up a position
something unusual, different from the norm
to really hate
abate
become less in amount or intensity
abdicate
give up a position
Most Common SAT Words (1)
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
the act of refraining from pleasure activity, e.g., eating or…
high praise
misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
the act of refraining from pleasure activity, e.g., eating or…
50 terms
Mongoosh SAT Common Words 1
paucity (n)
stem (v)
indigenous (adj)
insolvent (adj)
a lack of something
to hold back or limit the flow or growth of something
originating in a certain area
unable to pay one's bills; bankrupt
paucity (n)
a lack of something
stem (v)
to hold back or limit the flow or growth of something
common sat words 1-20
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
verb... shorten
noun... to void something purposefully that you enjoy
noun... high praise
noun... negative things
abbreviate
verb... shorten
abstinence
noun... to void something purposefully that you enjoy
56 terms
magoosh common words 1 (SAT)
paucity
stem
indigenous
insolvent
noun: a lack of something
verb: to hold back or limit the flow or growth of something
adjective: originating in a certain area
adjective: unable to pay one's bills; bankrupt
paucity
noun: a lack of something
stem
verb: to hold back or limit the flow or growth of something
100 terms
1000 Most Common SAT Words 1-100
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade
to reduce, lessen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
to kidnap, take by force
abase
to humiliate, degrade
abate
to reduce, lessen
SAT Words (Common Words 1)
Guffaw
Apprehension
Emulate
Embellish
laugh boisterously
1.understanding (n)... ... 2.fearful expectation (n)
strive to equal or match, especially by imitating; compete wi…
make more attractive by adding ornament, color, etc.; make mo…
Guffaw
laugh boisterously
Apprehension
1.understanding (n)... ... 2.fearful expectation (n)
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary Common Words 1
commendable
inadvertent
patronize
resignation
worthy of high praise
happening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally
treat condescendingly
the acceptance of something unpleasant that can't be avoided
commendable
worthy of high praise
inadvertent
happening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally
114 terms
1000 Common SAT Words (Volume 1) [A]
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
6 terms
SAT Common words (1-10)
Wry (adj.)
Recluse (n.)
Relent (v.)
Spartan (adj.)
Dryly humorous; slightly ironic
A person who hides from the world; a hermit; a very shy person
to give in; to become less severe
very plain; not luxurious or lavish; extremely harsh; discipl…
Wry (adj.)
Dryly humorous; slightly ironic
Recluse (n.)
A person who hides from the world; a hermit; a very shy person
sat common words 1-20
aberration
abhor
supercilious
supersede
(n) a departure from what is normal or typical
(v) to dislike intensely; loathe; despise
(adj) thinking one is above others; arrogant; haughty
(v) to replace; to take the place of
aberration
(n) a departure from what is normal or typical
abhor
(v) to dislike intensely; loathe; despise
30 terms
SAT common words 1-30
Conventional
Undermine
Dismissive
Aesthetic
based on accepted practice; traditional; customary; normal
to hurt, weaken, or destroy, often in an underhanded or sneak…
rejecting another's thoughts or ideas, usually as not worthy…
relating to what is beautiful; beautiful; pleasing
Conventional
based on accepted practice; traditional; customary; normal
Undermine
to hurt, weaken, or destroy, often in an underhanded or sneak…
1,020 terms
1,020 Common SAT Words ed9s
nefarious
hiatus
pugnacious
obscure
(adj.) evil, wicked (Although Dr. Meanman's nefarious plot to…
(n.) a break or gap in duration or continuity; vacation (The…
eager to fight
(adj.) unclear, partially hidden, hard to understand (Because…
nefarious
(adj.) evil, wicked (Although Dr. Meanman's nefarious plot to…
hiatus
(n.) a break or gap in duration or continuity; vacation (The…
Common SAT Word List #1
Undermine (Verb)
Innovation(Noun)
Conventional (Adj.)
Obscure(Adj. & Verb)
erode the base or foundation of (a rock formation); weaken gr…
A new method, idea, product, etc. {}The Iphone was a innovati…
Conforming to established practice or accepted standards; tra…
adj. Not discovered or known about; not well known; not clear…
Undermine (Verb)
erode the base or foundation of (a rock formation); weaken gr…
Innovation(Noun)
A new method, idea, product, etc. {}The Iphone was a innovati…
20 terms
The 1000 Most Common SAT Words - A1
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade
to reduce, lessen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
to kidnap, take by force
abase
to humiliate, degrade
abate
to reduce, lessen
Common SAT Words List #1
UNDERMINE
INNOVATION
CONVENTIONAL
OBSCURE
erode the base or foundation of (a rock formation); weaken gr…
a new method, idea, product, etc.... EX} This innovation will he…
conforming to established practice or accepted standards; tra…
adj.: not discovered or known about; not well known; not clea…
UNDERMINE
erode the base or foundation of (a rock formation); weaken gr…
INNOVATION
a new method, idea, product, etc.... EX} This innovation will he…
10 terms
Common SAT Words(set 1)
abbreviate
Abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
Abstinence
act of refraining from
11 terms
Common SAT Words (set 1)
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten,abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
shorten,abridge
abstinence
act of refraining from
Common SAT Words List #1
Undermine (verb)
Innovation (noun)
Conventional (adjective)
Obscure (adgective & verb)
Erode the base or foundation of (a rock formation); weaken gr…
A new method, idea, product, etc. ... Example sentence: His chei…
conforming to established practice or accepted standards; tra…
Adjective: not discovered or known about; not well known; not…
Undermine (verb)
Erode the base or foundation of (a rock formation); weaken gr…
Innovation (noun)
A new method, idea, product, etc. ... Example sentence: His chei…
Common SAT words list #1
undermine V.
Innovation N.
Conventional Adj.
Obscure Adj.
erode the base or foundation of a rock formation; weaken grad…
A new product, idea, method, etc. (The iphone, taking part of…
conforming to established practice or accepted standards; tra…
not discovered or known about; not well known; not clearly ex…
undermine V.
erode the base or foundation of a rock formation; weaken grad…
Innovation N.
A new product, idea, method, etc. (The iphone, taking part of…
52 terms
1000 Common SAT Words: "A" Part 1
Abase(v)
Abate(v)
Abdicate(v)
Aberration(n)
- to humiliate/degrade
- to reduce/lessen
- to give up a position, usually one of leadership
- something that differs from the norm
Abase(v)
- to humiliate/degrade
Abate(v)
- to reduce/lessen
Most Common SAT Words 1-100
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade
to reduce, lessen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
to kidnap, take by force
abase
to humiliate, degrade
abate
to reduce, lessen
Common SAT Words Unit #1
Abbreviate
Adversity
Amicable
Benevolent
(V): to shorten, abridge
(N): misfortune, hardship
(Adj) peaceable, friendly, agreeable
(Adj): kindly, charitable, helpful
Abbreviate
(V): to shorten, abridge
Adversity
(N): misfortune, hardship
100 terms
1000 Most Common SAT Words 1-100
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade
to reduce, lessen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
to kidnap, take by force
abase
to humiliate, degrade
abate
to reduce, lessen
10 terms
100 Most Common SAT Words 1-10
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to shorten, abridge
(n) the act of refraining or not doing activities that give y…
(n) high praise or a lot of attention
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining or not doing activities that give y…
100 terms
100 Most Common SAT Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to 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) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
15 terms
Most Common SAT Words part 1
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to 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) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
1,020 terms
1,020 Common SAT Words ed9s
nefarious
hiatus
pugnacious
obscure
(adj.) evil, wicked (Although Dr. Meanman's nefarious plot to…
(n.) a break or gap in duration or continuity; vacation (The…
eager to fight
(adj.) unclear, partially hidden, hard to understand (Because…
nefarious
(adj.) evil, wicked (Although Dr. Meanman's nefarious plot to…
hiatus
(n.) a break or gap in duration or continuity; vacation (The…
100 terms
1000 Most Common SAT Words 1-100
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
to humiliate, degrade
to reduce, lessen
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
to kidnap, take by force
abase
to humiliate, degrade
abate
to reduce, lessen
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