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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. Difficult to capture - as in something actually fleeting






2. A crafty trick






3. An ungrateful person






4. Characteristic of an earlier period; old-fashioned






5. Hard-working






6. Extremely or deliberately shocking or noticeable






7. Producing a deep or full sound






8. A judge who decides a disputed issue






9. Describing a category of artistic endeavor






10. (n.) an economic or military measure put in place to punish another country






11. Passing away with time; passing from one place to another






12. Awareness; insight






13. Hatefully evil; abominable






14. An artistic work that imitates the style of another work for comic effect






15. A union of two or more groups






16. Energy; power to survive






17. A fixed or strong belief






18. An example or model






19. Inborn; built-in






20. (adj.) softening and soothing (n.) something that softens or soothes






21. No longer in use; old-fashioned






22. Rotten






23. Highly respected






24. Extreme ill will or spite






25. Worthy of blame






26. The ability to form or understand an idea






27. Hateful; marked by deep seated ill-will






28. Subdued; kept from being circulated






29. Arrogant; vainly proud






30. One with an amateurish or superficial understanding of a field of knowledge






31. Without decoration; strict






32. The act of passing off the ideas or writing of another as one's own






33. Uninteresting; unchallenging






34. To avoid making a definite statement






35. Supported with proof or evidence; verified






36. False charges and malicious oral statements about someone






37. Trustworthiness; completeness






38. Lacking sophistication






39. Easily broken when subjected to pressure






40. To grow or increase rapidly






41. Exhibiting a display of great wealth






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






43. Not straightforward; crafty






44. The art of using language effectively and persuasively






45. Extremely careful and precise






46. Timid; fearful about the future






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






48. One who is independent and resists adherence to a group






49. Extremely dull






50. Extra; unnecessary