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SPARKNOTES The 1000 Most Common SAT Words



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下面整理了《SPARKNOTES The 1000 Most Common SAT Words》,如果你是刚接触到SAT的同学,不推荐使用这个词表。这个词表主要是针对美国学生而设立的。这1000词语满足两个条件,第一是SAT常出现,第二是美国学生不知道的。但是,SAT中容易出现,但是美国学生知道,但是国际学生不知道的单词,就没有被这个词表收录。所以,这份资料可以留到最后使用。我觉它是我所用的所有单词表中最难的一个。

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SAT Vocabulary A

abhor (v.) to hate, detest (Because he always wound up kicking himself in the head when he tried to play soccer, Oswald began to abhor the sport.)

abide 1. (v.) to put up with (Though he did not agree with the decision, Chuck decided to abide by it.) 2. (v.) to remain (Despite the beating they’ve taken from the weather throughout the millennia, the mountains abide.)

abject (adj.) wretched, pitiful (After losing all her money, falling into a puddle, and breaking her ankle, Eloise was abject.)

abjure (v.) to reject, renounce (To prove his honesty, the President abjured the evil policies of his wicked predecessor.)

abnegation (n.) denial of comfort to oneself (The holy man slept on the oor, took only cold showers, and generally followed other practices of abnegation.)

abort (v.) to give up on a half-nished project or effort (After they ran out of food, the men, attempting to jump rope around the world, had to abort and go home.)

abridge 1. (v.) to cut down, shorten (The publisher thought the dictionary was too long and abridged it.) 2. (adj.) shortened (Moby-Dick is such a long book that even the abridged version is longer than most normal books.)

abrogate (v.) to abolish, usually by authority (The Bill of Rights assures that the government cannot abrogate our right to a free press.)

abscond (v.) to sneak away and hide (In the confusion, the super-spy absconded into the night with the secret plans.)

absolution (n.) freedom from blame, guilt, sin (Once all the facts were known, the jury gave Angela absolution by giving a verdict of not guilty.)

abstain (v.) to freely choose not to commit an action (Everyone demanded that Angus put on the kilt, but he did not want to do it and abstained.)

abstruse (adj.) hard to comprehend (Everyone else in the class understood geometry easily, but John found the subject abstruse.)

accede (v.) to agree (When the class asked the teacher whether they could play baseball instead of learn grammar they expected him to refuse, but instead he acceded to their request.)

accentuate (v.) to stress, highlight (Psychologists agree that those people who are happiest accentuate the positive in life.)



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