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The 500 Most Common SAT Words
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aberration abeyance abstemious abstruse accolade acerbic acrimonious acuity acute adept adherent adjunct admonish adroit adulation adulterate advocate aesthete aggrandize alacrity altruistic ambivalence ambulatory ameliorate amiable amorphous animate anomaly antediluvian antipathy apathy aperture apocryphal

Deviation from what is correct or right. Suspension of an activity; postponement. Sparing in use of food or drink; moderate. Concealed; difficult to comprehend; obscure. Embrace; award; commendation. Bitter; harsh; caustic. Sarcastic; caustic; angry; mordant. Sharpness; acuteness; keenness. 1. Perceptive. 2. Excruciating. Proficient; masterful; expert. Believer; supporter; devotee. 1. Attachment; appendage. 2. Subordinate or auxiliary capacity. Caution; reprove mildly; reprimand. Dexterous; proficient; skillful. Excessive flattery; adoration; idolization. Make impure or inferior by adding improper ingredients; contaminate; pollute. 1. Argue for a cause; defend. 2. Support; uphold. Person who cultivates beauty or art; connoisseur. Make more powerful; amplify; increase. Eagerness; zeal; speed. Concerned about the general welfare of others; charitable; generous. Uncertainty; doubt; indecisiveness. Able to walk; not stationary. Make better; improve. Cordial; of pleasant disposition; friendly. Without structure; shapeless; nebulous.

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apotheosis appease approbatory arable arrogant ascetic assuage atrophy audacity authoritarian avarice aviary avouch avow baleful balm banal bane barbarity barren befuddle belated beleaguer belittle bemoan bemused bilk blandishment bliss blithe boisterous boorish brevity broach browbeat

1. Essence; epitome. 2. Canonization. Satisfy; make peace; placate. Expressing approval. Suitable for cultivation or plowing. Feeling superior to other people; egotistical. Strict; austere. Ease; make less burdensome; mitigate. Waste away from lack of use; degenerate. Boldness or adventurousness; gall. 1. Person who acts like a dictator; tyrant. 2. Disciplinarian. Extreme desire for wealth; greed; acquisitiveness. Large enclosure confining birds. Guarantee; take responsibility for; affirm. Affirm; assert; declare; acknowledge. Sorrowful; sinister; evil. Soothing ointment for pain or healing; salve. Trite; insipid; ordinary. Deadly affliction; curse; plague. Cruel action; inhuman act; harsh conduct. 1. Infertile; impotent. 2. Arid; unproductive. Stupefy or confuse; misconstrue. Tardy; overdue. Besiege; surround. Humiliate; tease; diminish in importance. 1. Experience pain or distress. 2. Express pity for; mourn. Preoccupied by thought; bewildered; perplexed. Defraud; deceive; hoodwink. Cajolery; enticement. Gaiety; happiness; enjoyment. Happy; pleased; delighted. Noisy; loud; violent; rowdy. Ill-mannered; rude; gauche. Briefness; succinctness; terseness. Introduce; bring up; mention. Intimidate; harass; dominate.

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Energize; enliven.
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Abnormality; deviation from the general rule; irregularity. Ancient; antiquated; obsolete. Feeling of opposition or repugnance; aversion; dislike. Lack of concern; emotion or interest; indifference. Gap; opening; orifice. False; unauthenticated; disputed.

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bungle buttress cacophonous callow candid carouse cease celerity censorious charlatan chary chasten cherubic chimerical chronic churlish circuitous clamor clandestine clemency cloister coagulate coalesce coddle coercion cognate commensurate compile concomitant concordance confluence confound conglomerate conjugal constrict contentious contrite

Botch; mismanage; spoil. Truss; foundation; support. Discordant; dissident; harsh. Inexperienced; immature; naive. Frank; blunt; open. Drink to excess; live it up. Stop; end; halt. Swift motion; speed; alacrity. Critical; attacking; denouncing. Fraud; person claiming knowledge he/she does not have; humbug; fake; hustler. Careful; cautious. Castigate; punish; reprove. Sweet; kind; innocent. Fanciful; whimsical; playful. Compulsive; typical; habitual; inveterate. Selfish; rancorous; surly. Indirect; roundabout; rambling. Loud noise or complaint; commotion; din. Furtive; surreptitious; secret. Lenience; mercy; compassion. Convent; monastery; religious place. Congeal; curdle; clot. Combine; incorporate; merge. Pamper; overindulge; baby; spoil. Intimidation; duress; force; compulsion. Related by blood; having the same origin. Equal in measure; of the same duration or size. Collect data; accumulate; amass. Concurrent; attendant; occurring with something else. Agreement; treaty; accord. Nexus; union; meeting; conflux. Perplex; baffle; confuse. Corporation; partnership; firm. Matrimonial; nuptial; marital. Squeeze; pinch; obstruct; block. Argumentative; pugnacious; quarrelsome. Penitent; apologetic; remorseful.

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conundrum convoke copious corpulence coterie crass credulous cryptic ctenoid cuboid cucullate curmudgeon daub dawdle dearth debased decipher declivity decorum delectable deleterious delineate delusion demagogue denounce depravity deprecatory desecrate desist desolate despoil despot diatribe didactic diffidence

Mystery; puzzle. Convene; assemble. Plentiful; ample; profuse. Stoutness; obesity. Small group of people who share interests and meet frequently. Vulgar; grossly ignorant; indelicate. Gullible; unsuspecting; naive. Enigmatic; obscure; secret; puzzling. Comblike; having narrow segments. Having the shape of a cube. Hood-shaped. Cantankerous person. Blur; smear; spread. Procrastinate; loiter; idle; dally. Paucity; shortage; deficiency. Lowered in status or character; degenerate. Solve or figure out a puzzle; translate; untangle. Downward slope. Appropriate conduct; polite or proper behavior; protocol. Delicious; delightful; savory. Destructive; poisonous; unhealthy. Describe; outline; depict. Untrue belief; hallucination; fallacy; misconception. Incendiary; agitator; opportunist. Reprove; accuse; condemn. Perverted disposition; wickedness; vileness; corruption. Disapproving; belittling; Contaminate; profane; defile. Discontinue or stop; cease; renounce. Alone; without hope or comfort; forsaken. Ravage; rob; loot. Dictator; tyrant; totalitarian. Extreme, bitter, and abusive speech; vituperation; tirade. Pedantic; academic; for teaching. Self-doubt; timidity; shyness.

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dilatory diligent diminution disaffected disapprobation disband discontent discursive dishearten disinterment disoblige disparage dispassionate disputatious dissemble dissension dissonant dissuade distend dither divination dolt dotard dubious duplicity edify efface effervescent effigy effrontery egregious elegiac elucidate emanate emasculate embroil emcee

Lackadaisical; lazy; remiss. Assiduous; studious; hard-working. Decrease; reduction. Disillusioned; dissatisfied; discontented. Dislike; reservation; denunciation. Disperse; dissipate; scatter; dispel. Unhappy; displeased; miserable. Circuitous; digressive; rambling. Dismay; daunt; depress. Exhumation; removal of a body from a grave. Slight or offend. Deprecate; belittle or abuse. Imperturbable; unemotional; calm; composed. Quarrelsome; contentious; argumentative. Disguise; conceal; mask; camouflage. Conflict; disagreement; strife. Cacophonous; inharmonious; discordant; strident. Obstruct; hinder; deter. Bloat, bulge; swell; stretch. Commotion; turmoil. Prediction; prophecy; forecast. Cretin; fool; dimwit; idiot. Senile person. Irresolute; uncertain; moot. Cunning; fraud; trickery; deception. Instruct; enlighten; educate. Cancel; delete; obliterate. Lively; volatile. Mannequin; likeness; image. Impudence; nerve; gall. Flagrant; glaring; outrageous. Mournful; sorrowful; sad.

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empathize emulate enervate engender enigmatic enmesh ennui enthrall entrench ephemeral epicure epithet equilibrium equivocate erudition escapade esoteric espouse ethereal eulogy euphonic evanescent exigent exonerate exorcise expatriate expedite expunge expurgate extemporaneous extol extradite

Identify with; understand. Model; pattern. Exhaust or weaken; debilitate. Generate; produce; cause. Cryptic; baffling; mysterious. Tangle or involve. Dullness; boredom; monotony. Mesmerize; captivate; thrill. Fortify; reinforce; secure. Transitory; fleeting; passing; temporary. Person devoted to luxurious living; person with refined tastes. Word used to describe or characterize a person or thing. Balance; stability; poise. Prevaricate; dodge; evade; hedge. Learning; knowledge; enlightenment. Adventurous conduct; unusual behavior. Confidential; personal; private; privileged. Embrace; defend; support. Incorporeal; intangible; airy. Commendation; speech giving great tribute. Agreeable to the ear. Ephemeral; fading; brief. Pressing; insistent; urgent. Acquit; vindicate; free from responsibility. Cast out evil spirits; expel demons. Send into exile; renounce one's own country. Speed up matters; accelerate; quicken. Obliterate; remove; erase; exterminate. Remove erroneous or objectionable material; delete; edit. Spontaneous; impromptu. Praise; laud; hail; glorify. Transfer a person to another jurisdiction for possible prosecution for an alleged offense. Remove; loosen; untie.

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Interpret; define; clarify; explain.
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Radiate; flow from; emit.
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Deprive of strength. Implicate; enmesh; involve. Master of ceremonies.
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extricate

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fallible fallow fastidious fathom fatuous fecund felicity fetid fetter fickle fledgling flippant florid flout foible forswear fulsome fume furtive gambol garble garish garner giddy goad grandiloquence grisly grovel guile guzzle hackneyed haggle hallow hamper harbor hardy

Faulty; imperfect. Idle; dormant. Meticulous; exacting. Measure; discover; perceive. Ludicrous; inane; idiotic; silly. Prolific; productive; fruitful. Great happiness; bliss. Possessing an offensive smell; malodorous; foul; gamey. Restrain; restrict; curb. Capricious; erratic; spasmodic. Young or inexperienced person; young bird. Nonchalant; frivolous; superficial; light. Ornate; flushed with rosy color; ruddy. Ridicule; scoff; mock; scorn. Frailty; imperfection; weakness. Repudiate; forsake; eschew. Loathsome; excessive. Gas; vapor; harmful or irritating smoke. Clandestine; secretive; surreptitious; covert. Play; frolic; romp. Confuse; scramble; distort. Gaudy; ostentatious; excessive. Collect; receive; attain; acquire. Scatterbrained; silly; frivolous. Incite; pressure; irk; arouse; awaken. Pompous or bombastic speech; lofty, welling language. Frightening; ghastly; gory; hideous. Act in a servile way; cringe; kneel. Wiliness; deceit; cunning. Gulp; swill; consume to excess. Trite; common; overdone; banal. Dicker; barter; make a deal. Make holy; consecrate; sanctify. Hinder; frustrate; impede. Preserve; conceal; secure; shelter. Stalwart; robust; sturdy.

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haughty hearten hedge hedonism herald heretic hiatus hilarity histrionic hoary hyperbole iconoclasm ignoramus immutable impecunious imperturbable impervious impetuous impregnable impromptu improvident impugn inaudible inauspicious incipient incisive inclusive incoherent incongruous incorrigible indecorous indefatigable indenture indolence inebriation

Arrogant; disdainful; blatantly proud; contemptuous. Encourage; give strength. Enclose; surround; fence. Intemperance; self-indulgence; excess. Announce; broadcast; report. Nihilist; infidel; radical; dissenter. Interruption; pause; gap. Boisterous merriment; enjoyment. Pertaining to actors; melodramatic. Frosted; grey; grizzled. Exaggeration; fanciful statement; enhancement. Attack on religious values or symbols. Moron; fool; dimwit. Incorruptible; enduring; unchanging. Poor; destitute; penniless. Even-tempered; level-headed; calm. Airtight; sealed; impenetrable. Hasty; rash; impulsive. Invincible; invulnerable; unable to be captured or entered. Makeshift; spontaneous. Reckless; rash. Denounce; censor; attack. Faint; soft; hard to hear. Unfavorable. Embryonic; developing; in the beginning stages. Perceptive; astute. All-encompassing; broad in scope; comprehensive. Illogical; inconsistent. Inconsistent; unsuitable; contradictory. Unruly; delinquent; incapable of reform. Inappropriate; indelicate; unseemly. Diligent; persistent; inexhaustible. Contract binding a person to work for another. Lethargy; idleness; sloth. Drunkenness; intoxication.

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ingenuous inimical innocuous inscrutable insipid insolvent intercede intonate intractable intrinsic inveigh inveterate irascible issue jettison jollity judicious juncture juxtapose kinetic kiosk kitsch knave knoll knotty kudos labyrinth lachrymose laconic lamentation lampoon languish largess lassitude laudable laxity lethargy

Genuine; open; candid; frank. Antagonistic; hurtful; harmful; adverse. Dull; harmless; innocent. Mysterious; perplexing. Dull; banal; tasteless. Bankrupt; unable to pay debts. Intervene; negotiate. Speak or utter with a particular tone. Unruly; disobedient. Inherent; natural; innate. Abuse; criticize; rebuke. Habitual; chronic. Testy; touchy; irritable. Discharge; emerge; emanate. Eliminate; discharge. Gaiety; merriment. Logical; reasonable; clever. Joint; seam; intersection; joining. Place side by side. Caused by motion; dynamic. A small structure used as a newsstand, bandstand, etc. Art or writing of a pretentious but shallow nature. A dishonest, deceitful person; a rogue. Hillock; mound. Snarled; tangled. Credit or praise for an achievement; glory. Maze; network; puzzle. Weepy; tearful. Concise; terse; curt. Complaint; moan. Mock; ridicule. Decline; diminish; weaken. Charity; philanthropy; gift. Fatigue; weariness; debility. Commendable; admirable; exemplary. Carelessness; indifference. Idleness; listlessness; passivity.

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levity linger lithe loutish ludicrous lurid maladroit malapropism malevolent malinger marred maudlin meander mendicant meticulous mettle mince mire moribund motley multifarious mundane munificent nadir naive nascent nebulous needle nefarious nemesis neologism noisome noxious obdurate obsequious obviate odious officious

Lightness; frivolity. Loiter; remain; hesitate. Flexible; agile; mobile; bendable. Clumsy; idiotic; buffoonlike. Outlandish; silly; ridiculous. Shockingly vivid; horrifying; sensational. Clumsy; unskilled. Inappropriate or ludicrous use of a word. Venomous; spiteful; malignant. Feign illness to escape work; shirk. Having blemishes; damaged; defaced. Overemotional; mushy. Twist; bend; zigzag. Almsman; beggar; leech; parasite. Precise; scrupulous; particular. Stamina; bravery; courage. Chop; mitigate. Mud; slime; muck. Failing; waning; ailing. Multicolored; spotted; mixed. Diverse; many-sided; multiple. Boring; ordinary; typical; tedious. Generous; extravagant; philanthropic. Lowest point. Foolishly simple; childlike. Beginning; embryonic; incipient. Unclear; vague; indefinite. Provoke. Evil; vile; sinister; wicked. Just punishment; retribution. Newly coined phrase or expression. Noxious to health. Harmful; malignant. Stubborn; intractable. Servile; groveling. Make unnecessary. Detestable; loathsome; revolting; sickening. Meddlesome.

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opaque optimum opulent ostentatious ostracize palpable paltry panegyric paragon pariah parochial parsimony partisan pastiche paucity peccadillo pedantic peevish pejorative percipient perfidy peripheral perspicacious philistine pique pithy placid plaintive platitude plaudit pliable poignant polemical polyphony porous

Impenetrable by light; dull; dark; obscure. Peak or prime; ideal. Affluent; well-to-do; plentiful. Conspicuous; showy. Exclude; isolate; bar; shun. Noticeable; obvious; apparent. Minor; petty; insignificant. Elaborate praise, public compliment. Model or standard of excellence. Outcast; misfit; refugee. Religious; restricted. Miserliness; unusually excessive frugality. Fan or supporter; enthusiast supporting a particular cause or issue. Hodgepodge; literary or musical piece imitating other works. Scarcity; shortage; dearth. Small sin or fault. Stuffy or dogmatic; meticulous; academic. Irritable; grouchy; ill-tempered. Degrading; derogatory; negative. Able to perceive or see things as they actually are. Deliberate breach of faith or trust; treachery.

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posthumous potable prattle precocious precursor prescient primeval primordial proclivity procrastinate prodigious proficient progeny prolific rescind resilient resonant resplendent restive retrospection reverent ribald rudiment ruffian ruminate saccharine savant scanty scoff sequester soporific spurious spurn squalor stratagem strident strife

Arising or continuing after someone's death. Drinkable. Gab; babble. Showing premature development. Forerunner. Showing foresight; predicting events before they occur. Belonging to a primitive age. Belonging to a primitive age; first in time. Tendency; inclination; propensity. Postpone; stall; defer. Exceptional; impressive; of huge quantity; immense. Skillful; masterful; expert. Heir; descendant; offspring. Fruitful; abundant; fertile. Cancel; repeal; veto. Elastic; stretchy; rebounding. Reverberant; ringing. Dazzling; glorious; intense. Nervous; restless; uneasy. Contemplation of past things. Devout; solemn; worshipful. Lewd; obscene; irreverent. Beginning; foundation or source. Brutal person; cruel and sadistic person. Contemplate; think about. Sugary; syrupy. Intellectual; scholar; philosopher. Meager; scarce. Mock; ridicule. Separate; isolate; segregate. Hypnotic; lethargic; causing sleep. Bogus; false. Defy; reject. 1. Severe poverty. 2. Filthiness. Plot; tactic; deception. Discordant; harsh; piercing. Conflict; turmoil; struggle.

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Marginal; outer; surrounding.
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Astute; keen; perceptive.
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Barbarian; person lacking artistic judgment. Irritate; miff; offend. 1. Substantial; profound. 2. Brief; concise. Sincere; tranquil; composed; sedate. Sad; mournful; pathetic. 1. Triteness. 2. Cliche; trivial remark. Enthusiastic expression. Limber; malleable; flexible. Intense; powerful; biting; piercing. Controversial; argumentative; debatable. Music with two or more melodies blended together. Permeable; absorbent; having holes.

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stultify supercilious surfeit surly surreptitious svelte sybarite sycophant taciturn tantamount taper tawdry temerity tensile tenuous tirade torpor trepidation truant turgid turpitude undulate unfathomable unkempt unscathed unwieldy upbraid upshot vacillate variegated vehement venerate veracity verbose verdant viable vigilance vilify

Inhibit; make ineffective; cripple. Egotistic; proud; arrogant. Overabundance; excess; surplus. Choleric; rude; sullen. Covert; furtive; acquired by stealthy means. Graceful; slim. Someone devoted to luxury; pleasure-seeker. Flatterer. Reserved; shy; uncommunicative. Indistinguishable; equivalent. Diminish; thin; narrow. Gaudy; showy; loud. Rashness; audacity; recklessness. Pertaining to tension; stretchable; ductile. Attenuated; flimsy; thin. Diatribe; angry speech. Lethargy; apathy; dormancy. Anxiety; alarm; apprehension. Indolent; absent; idle. Swollen; bombastic; distended. Depravity; baseness; shamefulness. Move in a wavy manner. Baffling; puzzling; incomprehensible. Uncombed; messy; untidy. Unhurt; uninjured. Clumsy; awkward; unmanageable. Rebuke; scold; criticize. Final result; conclusion; end. Hedge; waver; fluctuate. Multicolored; polychromic; varied. Fierce; emphatic; intense. Admire; show respect. Truth; sincerity; honesty; candor. Wordy; talkative; profuse. Lush; thick with vegetation; leafy. Living; alive; feasible. Attentiveness; prudence; care. Defame; denigrate.

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virulent vitriolic vociferous voluble voluminous voracious vouchsafe wan waver whet wistful woe writhe xenophobe yeoman yore yowl zealot zenith

Fatal; lethal; toxic. Scathing; caustic. Clamorous; outspoken; noisy; vocal. Verbose; wordy; garrulous. Huge; immense; bulky. 1. Enthusiastic; overly eager. 2. Starving. Confer; grant; permit. Anemic; colorless; pale. Totter; fluctuate. Stimulate; sharpen; intensify. Yearning; pensive; sad. Anguish; grief; affliction. Squirm; twist. One who dislikes strangers or foreigners. Peasant; ordinary person. Time long past. Long, mournful cry or howl. Fanatic; radical; enthusiast. Apex; summit; peak.


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