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7th Grade Final SAT

Final SAT Test

QuestionAnswer
Abstruse Difficult to understand
Ambivalence Indecision, feeling of being pulled in two directions
Apathy Lack of interest or concert
Benign Gentle, kind-hearted, mild
Chastise Scold, punish, castigate
Condone Excuse, pardon, overlook
Conviction An opinion that is strongly held
Denounce Criticize, condemn
Dilatory Causing lateness, stalling
Effervescence The quality of being bubbly or full of life
Enhance Intensify, improve
Extol Praise
Flippancy Treating a serious situation with a arrogant humor or disrespect
Germane Relevant, fitting
Hierarchy A group of people in authority, ranked in order of power, a sequential listing
Induce Cause to happen, bring about
Innocuous Harmless, inoffensive
Lucid Easy to understand, transparent, clear
Misconstrue Misunderstand, interpret incorrectly
Obsolete No longer usable, outdated
Partisan Blindly devoted to an organization or cause
Precocious Mature at a young age
Profuse In large amounts or quantities
Quell To calm, pacify
Redolent Strongly scented, fragrant
Viscous Resistant to flow, like a very thick liquid, or sticky
Versatile Having many talents or uses
Wastrel A person who wastes his or her money or resources
Adamant Stubborn, refusing to change, unyeilding
Amity Friendship
Austere Stern, plain, without luxuries
Avarice Greed
Benevolent Good-natured, kindhearted, generous
Cajole Coax, deceive
Concise Short and to the point, terse
Concur Agree
Cupidity Greed, especially for money
Depleted Emptied, drained, used up
Efface Erase
Eloquence Powerfully effective speech
Enigma Mystery, puzzle
Extricate To free from a trap to difficult situation, to distie
Garish Flashy, gaudy
Harangue A long, lecturing speech
Indolent Lazy
Infallible Incapable of making a mistake
Inspid Dull, flat, without sparkle or flavor
Irreverent Disrespectful
Juncture Point in time, especially a cruel one, joint or connection
Languish Lose energy or motivation, become weak or depressed
Legacy Something inherited, either from an ancestor or from the past itself
Minute Very small in size
Obliterate Remove or destroy completely, erase
Opaque Too thick or dark for light to pass through
Preclude Prevent, make impossible
Prodigous Very large
Qualify To limit the meaning or a previous statement, to modify
Recant Take back something you've said, withdraw a statement or belief
Sardonic Humorous, but humor tinged with sarcasm or disdain, cynical
Vilify Attack someone's reputation, defame
Warranted Justified, athourized
Adroit Skillful in physical activities or in handling difficult situations
Advocate Support, plead for, speak on behalf of
Appease Calm, pacify
Banal Boring, trite, insipid
Blight Disease, decay, widespread death
Capacious Large, roomy, spacious
Conundrum Riddle, mystery
Converge Move together to meet at a common point
Deference The act of yielding to someone else out or respect
Efficacy The ability to produce desired results
Elated Extremely happy, overjoyed
Ephemeral Short-lived, temporary
Foment To stir into action, rouse, incite
Foresight The ability to see ahead, predict, anticipate
Genial Friendly, kind, gracious
Harbor To provide shelter or refuge, hide
Hardy Bold, brave, capable of withstanding harsh conditions
Incessant Continuous, endless
Irascible Easily angered
Irony An unexpected outcome or the use of a word that is the opposite of its literal meaning
Latent Existing but inactive, such as a certain quality, dormant
Malleable Able to be reshaped by force, pliable, imressionable
Mitigate Make less severe, mollify
Opportunist Someone who takes advantage of the situation
Pecuniary Having to do with money, financial
Prodigal Wasteful, especially of money, extravagant
Quarentine Forced isolation to prevent the spread of disease
Seditious Trying to stir up a revolt against an authority figure
Tenacious Strong, persistent, determined to hold on
Vestige Something left behind, a visible trace or evidence of something that has vanished
Wizened Old and wrinkled, withered
Ameliorate To make an unpleasant situation better, to improve
Assiduous Persistent, hard-working, diligent, attentive to detail
Auspicious Taking place under promising conditions, likely to understand
Candor Honesty, frankness
Chasten Punish, discipline, castigate
Clemency Mercy
Criteria Standards or requirements used to make a decision
Diatribe Bitterly critical speech
Disperse Spread out, scatter
Enmity Mutual hatred
Extraneous Unnecessary, irrelevant
Exuberant Uncontrollably joyous
Garner Collect, gather, accumulate, earn
Hamper Interfere with movement or progress
Impasse A situation from where you cannot escape, stalemate
Haphazard Without plan or action
Inert Lacking movement, inactive, sluggish
Infamy A bad reputation
Jargon Specialized language used by a particular group
Ludicrous Absurd, ridiculous
Lugubrious Mournful
Mollify Lessen anger, soothe, placate
Optimist Someone who always believes things will turn out okay
Paucity Too few, scarcity
Profound Penetrating beyond the superficial, filled with wisdom and insight, deep
Recluse Person who prefers to be alone all the time, someone withdrawn from the rest of society
Recondite Hidden, difficult to understand, profound
Usury The practice of charging a very high rate of interest on loans
Virulent Poisonous or destructive, filled with anger or hate, harsh
Wane Grow gradually smaller
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