2010/2011 SAT Vocab List

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Adulation Advocate Ambiguous Amiable Animosity Arable Articulation Autocrat Boorishness Bountiful Callous Censure Cerebral Compendious Conciliatory Concord Conflagration Connoisseurs Consecrated Consummate Contagious Convivial Corpulence Cursory Dalliance Dearth Debacles Deleterious Demonstrative Depreciatory Disparaging Dubious Equitable Eulogy Facile Fastidious

worship; great praise support vague friendly, lovable hostility; hatred can be cultivated ("arable land") 1. joining, 2. speaking clearly absolute ruler; dictator rudeness; ill-mannered behavior generous cruel; hard and unfeeling blame; criticize concerned with thinking containing a lot in a small space/few words bringing together; ending a dispute agreement big fire experts with good taste/judgment dedicated; made holy supremely good passed on through touch; infectious sociable being fat superficial non-serious involvement; toying or playing with something shortage disasters harmful expressing emotion freely devaluing; criticizing critical doubtful fair and equal

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Fidelity Floridity Formidable Futile Haranguing Histrionic Idiosyncratic Imperious Indulgent Ineffable Inscrutable Insufferable Insular Integrity Intemperate Intermittent Intonation Judicious Lavish Legitimate Litigious Magnanimous Mandatory Mercenary Meticulous Momentous Nemesis Opacity Palliative Peer Petulant Polarized Pragmatism Presumptive Profundity

faithfulness; loyalty 1. floweriness in language, 2. redness inspiring awe useless; waste of time and effort attacking verbally melodramatic; expressing exaggerated emotion quirky; eccentric; unique to an individual in a commanding manner kindly; pampering can't be expressed in words not easy to comprehend cannot be tolerated narrow-minded honor; honesty not moderate; excessive on and off; not continuous tone of voice fair; wise 1. (verb) to spend freely, 2. (adj.) opulent; costing a lot to make legal; give approval to seeking legal remedies generous minded; big-hearted (merciful; forgiving) compulsory seeking money above all else thorough; taking care of details of great importance fate, doom lack of transparency; being opaque something that makes better but does not cure 1. (noun) an equal, 2. (verb) to look closely at sulky divided into two extremes practicality presumed depth (of ideas/thought)

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praise
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over-simplified
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very fussy; excessively concerned (esp. about cleanliness)

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Propensity Prosaic Quelled Radical Redolent Regressive Remiss Reprehensible Rhetoric Robust Sedulous Sermonized Shroud Solicitous Somber Steadfastness Succulent Sycophants Temporize Therapeutic Thwarted Toadies Treacly Vacillated Vex Vindication Vindictive Viscous Wistful

tendency; leaning' predilection ordinary suppressed revolutionary smelling of (literal or metaphoric) moving backwards (literal or metaphoric) neglectful very bad persuasive language strong and sturdy thorough; eager gave moral lecture 1. a cover for dead body, 2. to cover expressing care and concern gloomy loyalty; firmness of purpose juicy toadies; flatterers put off; procrastinate medicinal prevented sycophants; flatterers; boot-lickers too sweet; over sentimental wavered; hesitated annoy proving right seeking revenge thick and sticky sad, yearning; longing in a thoughtful way

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