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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Prolific
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane.
3n. Deceit; duplicity.
4n. Wealth.
5v. Rival; imitate.
2. Regression
1Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected; unreceptive; immune.
2n. Wealth.
3Excessively dismal; mournful.
4A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
5adj. Known only to the chosen few.
3. Impervious
1adj. Deserving blame.
2Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected; unreceptive; immune.
3n. Deceit; duplicity.
4n. Sternness; severity; lack of luxuries.
5v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
4. Relegate
1adj. Lazy
2v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
3Excessively dismal; mournful.
4adj. Mysterious; puzzling; secret.
5v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
5. Cryptic
1Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
2v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
3adj. Mysterious; puzzling; secret.
4n. Deceit; duplicity.
5adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
Question 6
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6. Ruminate
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2Sharply painful or saddening to the feelings; emotionally affective; piercing; sharp; cutting in effect.
3v. Rival; imitate.
4To think about carefully; to ponder over; to meditate.
5n. Deceit; duplicity.
7. Flagrant
1n. Wealth.
2v. Rival; imitate.
3adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
4Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected; unreceptive; immune.
5v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
8. Reprehensible
1adj. Deserving blame.
2Excessively dismal; mournful.
3Baffled; confused; puzzled
4v. Rival; imitate.
5adj. Lazy
9. Emulate
1Reminding or suggestive of the past; remembering; dwelling on the past.
2v. Rival; imitate.
3adj. Lazy
4v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
5To think about carefully; to ponder over; to meditate.
10. Indolent
1n. Deceit; duplicity.
2adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
3adj. Lazy
4n. Wealth.
5Of an earlier or primitive time; ancient; no longer in popular use; outdated.
Question 11
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11. Sinister
1Tending toward disaster; threatening; foreboding; evil; wicked; (literally: left or left - hand)
2v. Rival; imitate.
3adj. Abundantly fruitful.
4Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected; unreceptive; immune.
5v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
12. Guile
1v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
2adj. Lazy
3Sharply painful or saddening to the feelings; emotionally affective; piercing; sharp; cutting in effect.
4v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
5n. Deceit; duplicity.
13. Esoteric
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2n. Sternness; severity; lack of luxuries.
3adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
4adj. Deserving blame.
5adj. Known only to the chosen few.
14. Nemesis
1n. Sternness; severity; lack of luxuries.
2adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
3adj. Mysterious; puzzling; secret.
4Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
5To think about carefully; to ponder over; to meditate.
15. Opulence
1Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane.
2n. Wealth.
3To think about carefully; to ponder over; to meditate.
4v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
Question 16
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16. Archaic
1adj. Deserving blame.
2A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
3adj. Known only to the chosen few.
4Of an earlier or primitive time; ancient; no longer in popular use; outdated.
5Reminding or suggestive of the past; remembering; dwelling on the past.
17. Verbatim
1Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected; unreceptive; immune.
2Word for word; in the exact words.
3Tending toward disaster; threatening; foreboding; evil; wicked; (literally: left or left - hand)
4n. Wealth.
5v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
18. Nonplussed
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2adj. Mysterious; puzzling; secret.
3adj. Known only to the chosen few.
4Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane.
5Baffled; confused; puzzled
19. Debonair
1Excessively dismal; mournful.
2Pleasant and gracious; refined; suave; urbane.
3Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected; unreceptive; immune.
4adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
5adj. Deserving blame.
20. Preclude
1adj. Mysterious; puzzling; secret.
2v. Make impossible; prevent or eliminate.
3adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
4n. Deceit; duplicity.
5A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)