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SAT Vocab High Frequency Words

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
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1. Reserve; uncommunicativeness; inclination to silence

2. Overflowing abundance; joyful enthusiasm; flamboyance; lavishness

3. General agreement

4. Silly; senseless

5. Worldly as opposed to spiritual; everyday

6. Censure; rebuke

7. Blame; criticize

8. Make something last; preserve from extinction

9. Clever; resourceful

10. Changeable; explosive; evaporating rapidly

11. Belief on slight evidence; gullibility; naivete

12. Mental calmness

13. Excessive zeal; extreme devotion to a belief or cause

14. Brief; tense; compact

15. Shorten; reduce

16. Examine closely and critically

17. Confuse; puzzle

18. Impertinence; insolence

19. Excessive interest in one's self; belief that one should be interested in one's self rather than in others

20. False; misleading

21. Overconfident; impertinently bold; taking liberties

22. Settle down; descend; grow quiet

23. Hateful; spiteful

24. Very high

25. Mentally quick and observant; having insight

26. Pacify; conciliate

27. Cautious; careful

28. Wandering away from the subject

29. Refutation; response with contrary evidence

30. Conspicuously wicked; blatant

31. Belittle

32. Wordy; rambling; spread out (like a gas)

33. Determination; firmness of purpose

34. Seize another power or rank

35. Great commotion and confusion

36. Able to see differences; prejudiced

37. Steadiness of effort; persistent hard work

38. Ambiguous; intentionally misleading

39. Damaged; disfigured

40. Persuade; bring about

41. Unnecessary; excessive; overabundant

42. Old-fashioned; obsolete

43. Think up; invent; plan

44. Quarrelsome

45. Controlling influence; domination

46. Weaken; sap

47. Acquit; exculpate

48. Extreme corruption; wickedness

49. Urge; start; provoke

50. Destroy completely