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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. The power of knowing things without thinking; sharp insight






2. A selected part of a passage or scene






3. Rotten






4. Timid; fearful about the future






5. Informative; contributing the one's awareness






6. Current - modern; from the same time






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






8. A clever trick used to deceive or outwit






9. Not straightforward; crafty






10. Freed from blame






11. Strikingly new or unusual






12. Anxiety or fear about the future






13. Cunning






14. Quiet or humble in manner or appearance






15. Rudely abrupt






16. Equipment; a group of machines






17. Easily understood; clear






18. The philosophy or science of law






19. Highly respected






20. Without decoration; strict






21. An example or model






22. Stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proved beliefs






23. To hide by blending in with surroundings






24. Of or occurring in the night






25. Not migratory; settled






26. Difficult to capture - as in something actually fleeting






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






28. Treating people as weak or inferior






29. False charges and malicious oral statements about someone






30. Point of view






31. Conspicuously bad or offensive






32. The practice of pretending to be something one is not; insincerity






33. Inequality in age - rank - or degree; difference






34. Expressing remorse for one's misdeeds






35. Courageous; fearless






36. Referring to the Middle Ages - old-fashioned






37. Spread or flowing throughout






38. Extreme ill will or spite






39. Open to more than one interpretation






40. To put up with to survive a hardship






41. Possessed at birth; inborn






42. A brilliantly executed plan






43. The quality of being calm and even-tempered; composure






44. Done or achieved with little effort; easy






45. Easily shaped or formed; easily influenced






46. Unimportant






47. A tremendously skilled artist






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






49. Habitually late






50. Describing a category of artistic endeavor