Quiz 1 of 50 -- SAT Words

Number Question Answer Your answer
1 sincerity; openness 1 candor
2 enmity
3 transitory
4 sonorous
5 idyllic
2 laziness; inactivity; dullness 1 mundane
2 mitigate
3 torpor
4 pejorative
5 impromptu
3 easily flowing 1 despotic
2 conscientious
3 ample
4 fastidious
5 fluid
4 simultaneously feeling opposing feelings, such as love and hate 1 harbinger
2 ruse
3 trite
4 ambivalent
5 conscientious
5 moderate; mild 1 ornate
2 ostentatious
3 terse
4 temperate
5 paucity
6 describing a category of artistic endeavor 1 pervasive
2 didactic
3 eclectic
4 genre
5 aberration
7 to draw or extract profit or advantage from 1 milk
2 malfeasance
3 stratagem
4 farce
5 dogged
8 an ungrateful person 1 ingrate
2 catalog (v)
3 remote
4 heinous
5 unfettered
9 expanding or growing rapidly 1 catalog (v)
2 arid
3 dilettante
4 epiphany
5 burgeoning
10 quick and changeable in mood 1 wane
2 mercurial
3 heinous
4 unfettered
5 abstruse
Number Question Answer Your answer
11 knowing or perceiving quickly and readily 1 malevolent
2 toxic
3 intuitive
4 notorious
5 trepidation
12 an opinion that disagrees with established, dearly held beliefs 1 truncated
2 benevolent
3 heresy
4 maverick
5 trite
13 a sudden burst of understanding or discovery 1 farce
2 affable
3 gratuitous
4 epiphany
5 slander
14 made up of a variety of sources or styles 1 eclectic
2 paucity
3 novel
4 alleviate
5 unpalatable
15 poisonous 1 tenacity
2 toxic
3 coup
4 medley
5 aesthetic
16 not migratory; settled 1 sedentary
2 copious
3 vindicated
4 plagiarism
5 laudatory
17 mutual hatred or ill-will 1 ambivalent
2 emollient
3 enmity
4 amiable
5 novice
18 the act of passing off as one's own the ideas or writings of another 1 dilatory
2 zealous
3 incorrigible
4 tenuous
5 plagiarism
19 to look or stare angrily or sullenly 1 liquid
2 burgeoning
3 glower
4 mollify
5 opulent
20 freed from blame 1 auspicious
2 reticent
3 lampoon (n) or (v)
4 vindicated
5 asylum
Number Question Answer Your answer
21 responsive; agreeable 1 feral
2 farce
3 amenable
4 conflagration
5 deleterious
22 set free from restrictions or bonds 1 frank
2 unfettered
3 spurious
4 reclamation
5 incorrigible
23 to destroy completely 1 annihilate
2 epiphany
3 decorous
4 wary
5 amenable
24 incapable of being understood 1 heresy
2 mercurial
3 ambivalent
4 ingrate
5 impenetrable
25 causing sleep or sleepiness 1 apt
2 furtive
3 adamant
4 omnipotent
5 soporific
26 done or achieved with little effort; easy 1 didactic
2 implacable
3 facile
4 decorous
5 urbane
27 doubtful; of unlikely authenticity 1 dubious
2 affable
3 annihilate
4 itinerant
5 laudatory
28 secretive, especially in regards to concealing an illicit purpose 1 garrulous
2 propriety
3 clandestine
4 haughty
5 ostentatious
29 implied but not actually expressed 1 benign
2 tacit
3 curtailed
4 cogent
5 stupor
30 kind; generous 1 benevolent
2 laudatory
3 enervate
4 gratuitous
5 exculpate
Number Question Answer Your answer
31 promoting good health 1 wane
2 exemplary
3 disdain
4 indigenous
5 salutary
32 practical 1 sonorous
2 reticent
3 sanction (v)
4 pragmatic
5 curtailed
33 having the quality or tendency to be everywhere at the same time 1 adamant
2 sedentary
3 implacable
4 pervasive
5 tenacity
34 to calm or soothe 1 prudent
2 innate
3 fastidious
4 mollify
5 emphatic
35 intricate; complex 1 convoluted
2 disparage
3 didactic
4 reclamation
5 affable
36 attended by favorable circumstances 1 decorous
2 auspicious
3 torpor
4 lament
5 rapport
37 to speak of in a slighting way or negatively; to belittle 1 feasible
2 deleterious
3 disparage
4 parsimonious
5 dogged
38 seemingly valid or acceptable; credible 1 na´ve
2 stratagem
3 trepidation
4 conflagration
5 plausible
39 thwarted; stumped; blocked 1 notorious
2 obdurate
3 abstruse
4 stymied
5 ample
40 having the ring of truth or plausibility but actually false 1 decorous
2 emphatic
3 sanction (n)
4 specious
5 paucity
Number Question Answer Your answer
41 easily understood 1 plausible
2 lucid
3 imperious
4 incontrovertible
5 pervasive
42 an absurdly ridiculous situation 1 reclamation
2 staid
3 farce
4 ingrate
5 insightful
43 impulsive and unpredictable 1 asylum
2 capricious
3 stymied
4 specious
5 laudatory
44 fewness; an extreme lack of 1 incorrigible
2 enmity
3 pristine
4 paucity
5 dilettante
45 not planned in advance; spur of the moment 1 replete
2 prodigious
3 impromptu
4 fluid
5 impinge
46 intended to instruct 1 innate
2 parochial
3 florid
4 punctilious
5 didactic
47 traveling from place to place 1 patronizing
2 unpalatable
3 itinerant
4 lament
5 convoluted
48 excessively cheap 1 facile
2 rancorous
3 parsimonious
4 dogged
5 apt
49 characterized by stealth; sneaky 1 surreptitious
2 furtive
3 laudatory
4 stoic
5 harbinger
50 to formally give up power 1 cantankerous
2 hackneyed
3 reclamation
4 abdicate
5 toxic
Number Question Answer Your answer
51 possessed at birth; inborn 1 dogmatic
2 substantiated
3 heinous
4 lampoon (n) or (v)
5 innate
52 using few words 1 pragmatic
2 tenet
3 mitigate
4 lampoon (n) or (v)
5 laconic
53 difficult; painstaking 1 disdain
2 arduous
3 contemptuous
4 wry
5 emulate
54 to make less severe or painful 1 vindicated
2 hackneyed
3 truncated
4 patronizing
5 mitigate
55 prejudiced 1 debunk
2 aesthetic
3 mural
4 quandary
5 biased
56 hateful; marked by deep seated ill-will 1 replete
2 rancorous
3 genre
4 austere
5 parochial
57 shy; timid 1 emphatic
2 transitory
3 assiduous
4 prodigious
5 timorous
58 to make an itemized list of 1 haughty
2 propriety
3 candor
4 catalog (v)
5 vacuous
59 indifferent to pleasure or pain; impassive 1 stoic
2 emulate
3 cantankerous
4 decorous
5 deleterious
60 exhibiting a display of great wealth 1 salutary
2 mercurial
3 vindicated
4 laconic
5 opulent
Number Question Answer Your answer
61 simple and carefree 1 insightful
2 idyllic
3 permeated
4 pristine
5 obdurate
62 suitable; appropriate 1 candor
2 apt
3 cordial
4 clarity
5 inveterate
63 overfamiliar through overuse; trite 1 mollify
2 malice
3 plausible
4 abdicate
5 hackneyed
64 bitingly sarcastic or witty 1 gratuitous
2 repugnant
3 caustic
4 sanguine
5 novel
65 appropriateness of behavior 1 curtailed
2 propriety
3 cohesive
4 dubious
5 stupor
66 cunning 1 disdain
2 wily
3 cohesive
4 liquid
5 nocturnal
67 describing one who habitually delays or is tardy 1 permeated
2 dilatory
3 enmity
4 dilettante
5 superfluous
68 lacking energy; lazy 1 listless
2 dubious
3 benevolent
4 embellish
5 immutable
69 profoundly moving; touching 1 archaic
2 austere
3 genre
4 incontrovertible
5 poignant
70 marked by painstaking effort; hard-working 1 plagiarism
2 enmity
3 eclectic
4 diligent
5 dilettante
Number Question Answer Your answer
71 exercising good judgment or common sense 1 soporific
2 superfluous
3 sanction (v)
4 serene
5 prudent
72 originating and living in a particular area 1 equanimity
2 indigenous
3 ephemeral
4 stratagem
5 dogmatic
73 to give official authorization or approval to 1 egregious
2 dubious
3 sanction (v)
4 asylum
5 fractious
74 not straightforward; crafty 1 parody
2 fabricated
3 dogmatic
4 disingenuous
5 inveterate
75 to prevent the occurrence of 1 wane
2 capacious
3 portend
4 nocturnal
5 thwart
76 flowing readily 1 lampoon (n) or (v)
2 facile
3 glower
4 vindicated
5 liquid
77 grumpy; disagreeable 1 cordial
2 milk
3 hackneyed
4 cantankerous
5 permeated
78 coming into existence; emerging 1 medley
2 egregious
3 nascent
4 purist
5 urbane
79 open and sincere in expression; straightforward 1 frank
2 equanimity
3 feasible
4 innate
5 spurious
80 plentiful; having a large quantity 1 rapport
2 epiphany
3 lament
4 superfluous
5 copious
Number Question Answer Your answer
81 not able to be changed 1 immutable
2 recalcitrant
3 caustic
4 tenacity
5 pugnacious
82 a state of uncertainty or perplexity 1 amiable
2 curtailed
3 aberration
4 quandary
5 pervasive
83 to make vicious statements about 1 prosaic
2 staid
3 vilify
4 disparate
5 obsolete
84 persistent adherence to a belief or a point of view 1 heresy
2 tenacity
3 urbane
4 archaic
5 purist
85 arrogantly domineering or overbearing 1 imperious
2 heresy
3 amenable
4 ample
5 furtive
86 forceful; urgently demanding attention 1 innate
2 compelling
3 amiable
4 decorous
5 incontrovertible
87 to try to equal or excel, especially through imitation 1 annihilate
2 emulate
3 repugnant
4 egregious
5 wry
88 reluctant to speak 1 reticent
2 impetuous
3 prophetic
4 mollify
5 inconsequential
89 characterized by sudden energy or emotion 1 impetuous
2 burgeoning
3 idyllic
4 imperious
5 enervate
90 to expose the falseness of 1 amiable
2 incorrigible
3 debunk
4 egregious
5 hackneyed
Number Question Answer Your answer
91 unimportant 1 assiduous
2 capacious
3 inconsequential
4 mitigate
5 sanguine
92 all-powerful 1 ambivalent
2 sanction (n)
3 purist
4 omnipotent
5 reclamation
93 extreme ill will or spite 1 wily
2 capricious
3 trenchant
4 malice
5 tacit
94 a place of retreat or security 1 mundane
2 squalor
3 asylum
4 patronizing
5 curtailed
95 unable to be reformed 1 farce
2 pristine
3 furtive
4 incorrigible
5 liquid
96 expressing great praise 1 wary
2 conscientious
3 slander
4 laudatory
5 mundane
97 to ease a pain or a burden 1 facetious
2 alleviate
3 farce
4 ominous
5 inconsequential
98 hard-working 1 convoluted
2 timorous
3 assiduous
4 clandestine
5 debunk
99 stubbornly persevering 1 haughty
2 dogged
3 stoic
4 capricious
5 debunk
100 subdued; kept from being circulated 1 suppressed
2 pander
3 facetious
4 arbiter
5 fractious
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