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SAT Word Power

Subjects : sat, english, vocabulary
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
  • Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

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. Charming - interesting






2. To open up a subject for discussion






3. Constant - lasting a long time






4. Extravagant - exceeding what is usual






5. A strong like for something - a predilection






6. Something handed down from the past - a bequest






7. To raise high - to glorify






8. Uncertain - temporary not fully worked out






9. A tiny or insignificant amount - meager - scant






10. Extremely bad - flagrant






11. The study of God or religion






12. Self-involved - selfish






13. Careless - remiss






14. To lessen in value - to belittle






15. Unceasing - never-ending - flowing without interruption






16. Greatly demanding - requiring close attention






17. Similar - of the same kind - uniform in nature






18. To erase - to rub away the features - to obscure






19. An emotional purification - an emotional release






20. To eject - to banish - to expel






21. A break or interruption from work or any other established routine






22. To deceive - to trick






23. Making sense - organized and logical






24. To forgive or free from blame






25. To make clear






26. Drawn from many sources






27. To get in the way of - to hinder - to block






28. Careless - too relaxed






29. Workable - capable of living and growing - able to succeed






30. Conversational - used in informal speech






31. Indifferent - a lack of energy - spiritless






32. To come together as one - to fuse or unite






33. A long difficult journey marked by changes in fortune






34. Extremely wretched - bottomless






35. To move to a new country - to move to a new place






36. To be indecisive or inconstant - to fluctuate in opinion






37. Clumsy - awkward - incompetent






38. An outcast






39. Standard for judging (plural: criteria)






40. Exposure to danger - peril






41. To make great






42. (adj.) invigorating; (v.) to prepare






43. A short pleasure trip






44. To praise - to applaud - to extol






45. The full range of something






46. To brag publicly - to praise highly






47. A rule or principle to guide conduct






48. A long and angry speech






49. Disdainful - scornfully mocking






50. Minimal - hardly sufficient