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SAT Vocab - 2

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. A fake; a fraud; a cheat






2. Disposed to seek revenge; revengeful; spiteful.






3. To repel or drive back; to reject






4. Plain; simple






5. A funeral hymn; mournful music






6. To drive away; scatter






7. Showy; intended to attract notice; pretentious






8. Idyllically calm and tranquil






9. Lying; untrustful






10. Very concise; brief






11. Unclear; not definitive






12. An inference






13. Immoral - debauched






14. Excessive and therefore lacking restraint






15. Abrupt in manner or speech: discourteously blunt






16. Careful; cautious






17. Great bitterness






18. Treating serious manners with light-hearted humor or lack of respect






19. Highly injurious - destructive - deadly






20. Characterized by or suffering from dizziness; having vertigo






21. To give a definite form to an idea or plan






22. To beset; to surround with problems






23. A doubter






24. A deliberately misleading argument






25. Exercising moderation






26. The final ending of something; the downfall






27. To electrify; to stir into action






28. Harsh - clashing - jarring - grating sounds; disharmony






29. A general agreement






30. Promptly obedient - submissive - marked by or exhibiting fawning






31. Something performed in a spiritless - mechanical - and routine manner






32. To rise again; surge back






33. Extremely complicated or devious






34. To cut short or reduce






35. Readily taking on various forms and meanings






36. Agonizing physical or mental pain






37. The study of characteristics of human population






38. Combined action or operation






39. A beginner






40. Excessive desire for wealth






41. Marked by precise accordance with details






42. Too overwhelming to be put into words; indescribable; inexpressible






43. Very stubborn - defiant






44. To level to the ground; demolish






45. To force or act by using pressure






46. A small - moderate - or token amount






47. An accidental but fortunate discovery






48. A speaker who appeals to emotions - fears or prejudices






49. Relentless - unstoppable






50. To avoid by artful maneuvering