SAT Words and Quiz Dates

SAT WORDS - Quiz, Friday, January 30
VERBS: 
ransack - to search thoroughly, pillage
Write a sentence using "ransack."
lambaste - to scold
Write a sentence using "lambaste."
eschew - to avoid or shun; abstain from
Write a sentence using "eschew."
appease - to soothe
Write a sentence using "appease."

NOUNS:Write each word in a sentence
fray - a fight or scuffle; brawl
parley - a conference
diatribe - a bitter verbal attack
boon - a blessing
conundrum - a problem
paragon - a model or ideal

ADJECTIVES:Write each word in a sentence
covert - concealed, secret, hidden
brazen - bold, with defiance and disrespect


SAT WORDS - Quiz, Friday, January 23 - all classes

1.      tangential

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2.      subsidiary 

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3.      irrelevant

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4.      superfluous

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5.      referable

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6.      correspondent

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7.      incidental

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8.      essential

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9.      explanations

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10.   exposition

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11.   under consideration

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SAT WORDS - Quiz, Thursday, January 15, all classes
1. amazement
2. shortened
3. support
4. altered
5. disapproval
6. eradicated
7. outcry
8. reinstated
9. regligence
10. upgraded
11. prompted
12. subsequent
 
SAT words for later...
1. notoriously-

2. temperamental -

3. apologies -

4. musings -

5. inequities -

6. histrionics

7. philosophies

SAT WORDS: Quiz, Monday September 16 -

A.      redundant – exceeding what is necessary; superfluous

B.      obsolete - no longer in use or no longer useful

C.      unnecessary – not needed

D.      renewable - capable of being replaced by natural ecological cycles or sound management practices; renewed

E.      valuable - worth a good price; having desirable or esteemed characteristics or qualities

F.      manifest – readily perceived by the sense of sight;

G.      dilatory - tending or intended to cause delay

H.      insidious – spreads slowly; having a gradual and cumulative effect

I.      aggressive – marked by combative readiness

 
SAT WORDS: Week of August 19-23 - Quiz Monday, August 26 - Matching and application.
1. rigid -
2. inert-
3. erratic-
4. keen-
5. innate-
6. capable-
7. distinguishing-

 

 








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