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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Connoisseur
1v. Scatter (like seeds) or news.
2n. One who is peaceful or opposed to use of force.
3n. Lack of proper respect.
4An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
5adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
2. Verbose
1An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
2adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
3Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
4adj. Differing; deviating.
5Use too many words
3. Berate
1Sharply painful or saddening to the feelings; emotionally affective; piercing; sharp; cutting in effect.
2Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
3To scold severely; Rebuke harshly
4Speaking or writing in several languages; multilingual; a mixture of languages.
5n. Seriousness; gravity.
4. Solemnity
1adj. Inconspicuous; not blatant.
2n. Seriousness; gravity.
3adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
4v. Scatter (like seeds) or news.
5To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
5. Precocious
1Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
2A swinging back and forth; in decision or wavering.
3n. Controlling influence; domination
4An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
5v. Overlook; forgive.
Question 6
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6. Astute
1Sharply painful or saddening to the feelings; emotionally affective; piercing; sharp; cutting in effect.
2v. Assent, agree passively.
3To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
4n. Lack of proper respect.
5adj. Wise; shrewd; clever
7. Sinister
1v. Assent, agree passively.
2Tending toward disaster; threatening; foreboding; evil; wicked; (literally: left or left - hand)
3Use too many words
4v. Overlook; forgive.
5adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
8. Oscillation
1To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
2adj. Known only to the chosen few.
3n. Lack of proper respect.
4A swinging back and forth; in decision or wavering.
5Speaking or writing in several languages; multilingual; a mixture of languages.
9. Unobtrusive
1n. Lack of proper respect.
2v. Assent, agree passively.
3adj. Wise; shrewd; clever
4adj. Inconspicuous; not blatant.
5adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
10. Discordant
1v. Scatter (like seeds) or news.
2Use too many words
3adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
4n. Controlling influence; domination
5adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
Question 11
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11. Disseminate
1n. Lack of proper respect.
2adj. Wise; shrewd; clever
3Speaking or writing in several languages; multilingual; a mixture of languages.
4v. Scatter (like seeds) or news.
5adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
12. Poignant
1Sharply painful or saddening to the feelings; emotionally affective; piercing; sharp; cutting in effect.
2adj. Known only to the chosen few.
3Use too many words
4n. Controlling influence; domination
5n. Seriousness; gravity.
13. Divergent
1An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
2v. Bring up; feed; educate.
3v. Assent, agree passively.
4Tending toward disaster; threatening; foreboding; evil; wicked; (literally: left or left - hand)
5adj. Differing; deviating.
14. Plausible
1adj. Known only to the chosen few.
2v. Overlook; forgive.
3adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
4Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
5adj. Wise; shrewd; clever
15. Polyglot
1Sharply painful or saddening to the feelings; emotionally affective; piercing; sharp; cutting in effect.
2Speaking or writing in several languages; multilingual; a mixture of languages.
3adj. Known only to the chosen few.
4Use too many words
5adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
Question 16
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16. Nurture
1v. Bring up; feed; educate.
2To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
3adj. Differing; deviating.
4n. Seriousness; gravity.
5n. Controlling influence; domination
17. Capitulate
1adj. Wise; shrewd; clever
2Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
3n. Seriousness; gravity.
4To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
5n. Controlling influence; domination
18. Ascendancy
1n. Seriousness; gravity.
2Use too many words
3To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
4A swinging back and forth; in decision or wavering.
5n. Controlling influence; domination
19. Acquiesce
1v. Overlook; forgive.
2v. Scatter (like seeds) or news.
3An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
4Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
5v. Assent, agree passively.
20. Eclectic
1To scold severely; Rebuke harshly
2adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
3adj. Inconspicuous; not blatant.
4v. Scatter (like seeds) or news.
5An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.