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SAT Vocab Most Important Words

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Hinder; interfere with






2. Concerned only with what is on the surface or obvious; shallow






3. Goodwill between friends






4. (adj.) relatively unknown (v.) to conceal or make indistinct






5. Persistence






6. To make beautiful by ornamenting; to decorate






7. Copied or adapted from a source






8. Extremely or deliberately shocking or noticeable






9. A declaration or statement






10. Informative; contributing the one's awareness






11. A collection of literary pieces






12. Awareness; insight






13. A group organized by rank






14. Hateful; marked by deep seated ill-will






15. Of little importance or significance






16. A place of retreat or security






17. Wildly excited or active






18. Feeling or showing little emotion






19. Strikingly new or unusual






20. Condition of sticking together






21. Something that indicates what is to come; a forerunner






22. Having great depth or seriousness






23. Extreme ill will or spite






24. A crafty trick






25. Made; concocted in order to deceive






26. To hide by blending in with surroundings






27. The ability to speak vividly or persuasively






28. Unplanned; naturally occurring






29. Easily broken when subjected to pressure






30. Submissive; like a servant






31. Possessed at birth; inborn






32. Forceful; urgently demanding attention






33. Plentiful; having a large quantity






34. The philosophy or science of law






35. To grow or increase rapidly






36. An incorrect understanding or interpretation






37. Unimportant






38. Logically connected






39. Express grief for; mourn






40. Referring to the Middle Ages - old-fashioned






41. An authority who expresses his/her opinions






42. A large painting applied directly to a wall or ceiling surface






43. A widespread fire






44. To put up with to survive a hardship






45. Made up of a variety of sources or styles






46. Highly respected






47. An assortment or a mixture - especially of musical pieces






48. Shrewd; clever






49. Lacking sophistication






50. Courageous; fearless