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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Verbatim
1Heavy gluey quality.
2A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
3adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner.
4n. Unwillingness.
5Word for word; in the exact words.
2. Brevity
1n. Unwillingness.
2n. Conciseness.
3n. Standard used in judging.
4To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
5To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
3. Disinclination
1n. Conciseness.
2v. Free; disentangle.
3v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
4n. Unwillingness.
5adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
4. Prolific
1Elegant in manner; well bred; refined; polite.
2adj. Abundantly fruitful.
3To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
4adj. Reconciling; soothing; apologetic.
5n. Conciseness.
5. Placate
1v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
2A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
3Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
4adj. Reconciling; soothing; apologetic.
5v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
Question 6
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6. Stupefy
1adj. Lazy
2Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
3v. Make numb; stun; amaze.
4adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
5To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
7. Discordant
1To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
2A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
3v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
4n. Unwillingness.
5adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
8. Fastidious
1adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
2adj. Reconciling; soothing; apologetic.
3n. Conciseness.
4To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
5n. Unwillingness.
9. Indolent
1Of great importance or consequence.
2To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
3adj. Lazy
4v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
5v. Make numb; stun; amaze.
10. Ironic
1adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner.
2n. Standard used in judging.
3n. Conciseness.
4Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
5Of great importance or consequence.
Question 11
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11. Extricate
1adj. Lazy
2v. Free; disentangle.
3Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
4Of great importance or consequence.
5Heavy gluey quality.
12. Viscosity
1v. Make numb; stun; amaze.
2v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
3Heavy gluey quality.
4Of great importance or consequence.
5To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
13. Criterion
1n. Conciseness.
2Word for word; in the exact words.
3n. Standard used in judging.
4n. Disrepute; ill fame.
5v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
14. Bequeath
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
3v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
4n. Conciseness.
5adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
15. Precocious
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
3n. Disrepute; ill fame.
4Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
5n. Standard used in judging.
Question 16
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Answer
16. Abrogate
1n. Unwillingness.
2To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
3n. Standard used in judging.
4adj. Lazy
5Word for word; in the exact words.
17. Exemplary
1Word for word; in the exact words.
2Of great importance or consequence.
3Heavy gluey quality.
4adj. Serving as a model.
5adj. Reconciling; soothing; apologetic.
18. Urbane
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2n. Standard used in judging.
3n. Disrepute; ill fame.
4Word for word; in the exact words.
5Elegant in manner; well bred; refined; polite.
19. Capitulate
1n. Unwillingness.
2v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
3A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
4To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
5Elegant in manner; well bred; refined; polite.
20. Notoriety
1v. Free; disentangle.
2n. Unwillingness.
3Heavy gluey quality.
4adj. Serving as a model.
5n. Disrepute; ill fame.