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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Dissuade
1adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
2To persuade not to do something.
3n. Glowing ardor.
4v. Start; initiate; install in office.
5Beyond reasonable limits; excessive.
2. Lugubrious
1Excessively dismal; mournful.
2n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
3The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
4A mental disorder causing delusions of grandeur or power; a tendency to grossly exaggerate
5v. Weaken; enfeeble.
3. Enervate
1Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
2v. Weaken.
3n. Pride; arrogance.
4To persuade not to do something.
5v. Weaken; enfeeble.
4. Fervor
1Equal in measures; properly proportionate.
2v. Come together.
3v. Weaken.
4n. Glowing ardor.
5adj. Inborn. Natural.
5. Regression
1A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
2The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
3Excessively dismal; mournful.
4adj. Based on assumptions or hypotheses.
5adj. Brief and compact.
Question 6
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6. Debilitate
1adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
2A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
3v. Weaken; enfeeble.
4v. Weaken.
5The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
7. Indict
1The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
2Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
3v. Weaken.
4n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
5v. Charge with a crime.
8. Converge
1v. Weaken.
2v. Come together.
3n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
4Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
5Excessively dismal; mournful.
9. Concise
1v. Weaken.
2n. Glowing ardor.
3The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
4Excessively dismal; mournful.
5adj. Brief and compact.
10. Exonerate
1Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
2v. Start; initiate; install in office.
3v. Acquit; free from guilt or responsibility.
4A mental disorder causing delusions of grandeur or power; a tendency to grossly exaggerate
5v. Come together.
Question 11
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11. Ambivalence
1v. Weaken; enfeeble.
2n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
3Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
4adj. Based on assumptions or hypotheses.
5Influenced by desire for money; acting only for pay; greedy; one who is hired, esp.: A soldier hired by a foreign government.
12. Mercenary
1Influenced by desire for money; acting only for pay; greedy; one who is hired, esp.: A soldier hired by a foreign government.
2Excessively dismal; mournful.
3adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
4v. Start; initiate; install in office.
5n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
13. Euphemism
1Beyond reasonable limits; excessive.
2Excessively dismal; mournful.
3A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
4n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
5n. Pride; arrogance.
14. Hypothetical
1Influenced by desire for money; acting only for pay; greedy; one who is hired, esp.: A soldier hired by a foreign government.
2adj. Based on assumptions or hypotheses.
3Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
4v. Weaken.
5n. Pride; arrogance.
15. Meticulous
1adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
2Beyond reasonable limits; excessive.
3n. Glowing ardor.
4To persuade not to do something.
5n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
Question 16
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16. Inaugurate
1Excessively dismal; mournful.
2n. Pride; arrogance.
3v. Start; initiate; install in office.
4v. Charge with a crime.
5A mental disorder causing delusions of grandeur or power; a tendency to grossly exaggerate
17. Megalomania
1A mental disorder causing delusions of grandeur or power; a tendency to grossly exaggerate
2To persuade not to do something.
3Excessively dismal; mournful.
4adj. Inborn. Natural.
5v. Charge with a crime.
18. Haughtiness
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2adj. Inborn. Natural.
3n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
4To persuade not to do something.
5A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
19. Spontaneous
1v. Charge with a crime.
2Equal in measures; properly proportionate.
3Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
4Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
5v. Weaken; enfeeble.
20. Prodigal
1Excessively dismal; mournful.
2Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
3The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
4v. Start; initiate; install in office.
5A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)