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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

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Question 1
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1. Incontrovertible
1adj. Short-lived; fleeting; temporary.
2Undermining and destructive or corruptive; a person who acts.
3Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
4n. Expressiveness; persuasive speech.
5adj. Indisputable.
2. Precocious
1Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
2v. Make numb; stun; amaze.
3Undermining and destructive or corruptive; a person who acts.
4adj. Indisputable.
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
3. Morose
1adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
2v. Snub; reject.
3v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
4To imprison; to confine
5Talkative; given to continual talking
4. Loquacious
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
3adj. Thin and wasted from lack of nourishment.
4Talkative; given to continual talking
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
5. Haughtiness
1Talkative; given to continual talking
2One who lives shut off from others; a hermit
3n. Pride; arrogance.
4v. Confirm; support.
5adj. Thin and wasted from lack of nourishment.
Question 6
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6. Exorbitant
1One who lives shut off from others; a hermit
2v. Scatter; break up.
3adj. Indisputable.
4Beyond reasonable limits; excessive.
5n. Pride; arrogance.
7. Undulation
1A wave - like rising and falling or bending; a wave
2adj. Short-lived; fleeting; temporary.
3Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
4v. Scatter; break up.
5adj. Secret.
8. Incarcerate
1Beyond reasonable limits; excessive.
2n. Pride; arrogance.
3To imprison; to confine
4Talkative; given to continual talking
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
9. Pragmatic
1adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
2v. Scatter; break up.
3adj. Thin and wasted from lack of nourishment.
4Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
5adj. Practical; realistic.
10. Ephemeral
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2n. Expressiveness; persuasive speech.
3Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
4adj. Short-lived; fleeting; temporary.
5Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane.
Question 11
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11. Debonair
1Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
2v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
3Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane.
4v. Confirm; support.
5v. Make numb; stun; amaze.
12. Simulated
1To imprison; to confine
2v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
3v. Snub; reject.
4v. Confirm; support.
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
13. Disperse
1adj. Secret.
2v. Scatter; break up.
3Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane.
4Beyond reasonable limits; excessive.
14. Rebuff
1v. Snub; reject.
2Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
3v. Scatter; break up.
4Undermining and destructive or corruptive; a person who acts.
5n. Expressiveness; persuasive speech.
15. Recluse
1Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
2v. Snub; reject.
3One who lives shut off from others; a hermit
4Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
5adj. Indisputable.
Question 16
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16. Stupefy
1adj. Practical; realistic.
2v. Make numb; stun; amaze.
3v. Confirm; support.
4adj. Indisputable.
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
17. Nemesis
1adj. Short-lived; fleeting; temporary.
2adj. Indisputable.
3v. Make numb; stun; amaze.
4Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
5One who lives shut off from others; a hermit
18. Eloquence
1adj. Secret.
2v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
3n. Expressiveness; persuasive speech.
4adj. Short-lived; fleeting; temporary.
5adj. Practical; realistic.
19. Subversive
1Beyond reasonable limits; excessive.
2adj. Short-lived; fleeting; temporary.
3Talkative; given to continual talking
4v. Free; disentangle.
5Undermining and destructive or corruptive; a person who acts.
20. Corroborate
1Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane.
2v. Confirm; support.
3adj. Indisputable.
4v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.