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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Cajole
1v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
2One who lives shut off from others; a hermit
3n. Lover of mankind; doer of good.
4v. Coax; wheedle; flatter.
5adj. Uncorrectable.
2. Incontrovertible
1adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
2v. Charge with a crime.
3adj. Indisputable.
4adj. Uncorrectable.
5That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement.
3. Inalienable
1Word for word; in the exact words.
2Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
3v. Coax; wheedle; flatter.
4Making a show of learning; being formal or precise about minor matters in scholarship.
5adj. Deserving blame.
4. Modicum
1One who lives shut off from others; a hermit
2A small quantity or portion
3adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
4adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
5adj. Stingy; mean; excessively cheap in nature.
5. Paradox
1v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
2n. Glowing ardor.
3That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement.
4adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
5Word for word; in the exact words.
Question 6
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6. Incorrigible
1adj. Uncorrectable.
2adj. Indisputable.
3v. Charge with a crime.
4Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
5v. Rival; imitate.
7. Meticulous
1v. Coax; wheedle; flatter.
2v. Rival; imitate.
3adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
4adj. Widespread; generally accepted.
5adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
8. Euphemism
1One who lives shut off from others; a hermit
2adj. Uncorrectable.
3adj. Indisputable.
4Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
5n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
9. Eclectic
1adj. Indisputable.
2adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
3n. Lover of mankind; doer of good.
4adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
5v. Charge with a crime.
10. Spontaneous
1Excessively dismal; mournful.
2Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
3n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
4adj. Uncorrectable.
5adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
Question 11
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11. Verbatim
1n. Lover of mankind; doer of good.
2Word for word; in the exact words.
3adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
4v. Charge with a crime.
5adj. Deserving blame.
12. Miserly
1v. Coax; wheedle; flatter.
2adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
3adj. Stingy; mean; excessively cheap in nature.
4adj. Commonplace; trite.
5A small quantity or portion
13. Prevalent
1v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
2adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
3adj. Widespread; generally accepted.
4v. Coax; wheedle; flatter.
5Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
14. Indict
1v. Charge with a crime.
2Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
3Making a show of learning; being formal or precise about minor matters in scholarship.
4Word for word; in the exact words.
5Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
15. Philanthropist
1adj. Uncorrectable.
2Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
3A small quantity or portion
4n. Lover of mankind; doer of good.
5adj. Stingy; mean; excessively cheap in nature.
Question 16
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16. Fervor
1That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement.
2A small quantity or portion
3n. Lover of mankind; doer of good.
4n. Glowing ardor.
5adj. Deserving blame.
17. Emulate
1adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
2v. Rival; imitate.
3adj. Stingy; mean; excessively cheap in nature.
4adj. Indisputable.
5n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
18. Hackneyed
1adj. Widespread; generally accepted.
2adj. Commonplace; trite.
3Unplanned; acting from a natural impulse; self - generated.
4Word for word; in the exact words.
5Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
19. Recluse
1adj. Representing a wide variety of types or styles.
2Word for word; in the exact words.
3One who lives shut off from others; a hermit
4v. Coax; wheedle; flatter.
5adj. Widespread; generally accepted.
20. Pedantic
1Making a show of learning; being formal or precise about minor matters in scholarship.
2n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
3adj. Deserving blame.
4n. Glowing ardor.
5That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement.