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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Antithesis
1In name only, not in fact; relatively trifling or quite small in value.
2Excessively dismal; mournful.
3n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
4n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to.
5A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
2. Pragmatic
1v. Overlook; forgive.
2n. Partiality; preference; liking; tendency.
3adj. Practical; concerned with practical values.
4n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
5adj. Harmless
3. Nominal
1That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
2adj. Brief and to the point in speaking.
3adj. Commonplace; trite.
4In name only, not in fact; relatively trifling or quite small in value.
5Excessively dismal; mournful.
4. Ingenuous
1n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
2Without effect; ineffectual; useless.
3adj. Na?ve; young; unsophisticated.
4adj. Commonplace; trite.
5That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
5. Trepidation
1n. Fear; trembling.
2That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
3adj. Na?ve; young; unsophisticated.
4adj. Commonplace; trite.
5v. Scatter; break up.
Question 6
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6. Condone
1v. Charge with a crime.
2n. Belief.
3In name only, not in fact; relatively trifling or quite small in value.
4adj. Commonplace; trite.
5v. Overlook; forgive.
7. Debacle
1n. Fear; trembling.
2Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
3v. Charge with a crime.
4In name only, not in fact; relatively trifling or quite small in value.
5A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
8. Lugubrious
1v. Overlook; forgive.
2Excessively dismal; mournful.
3n. Partiality; preference; liking; tendency.
4adj. Na?ve; young; unsophisticated.
5Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
9. Solemnity
1A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
2n. Discord; disagreement.
3n. Seriousness; gravity.
4n. Fear; trembling.
5v. Charge with a crime.
10. Profusion
1In name only, not in fact; relatively trifling or quite small in value.
2v. Charge with a crime.
3A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
4n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
5adj. Commonplace; trite.
Question 11
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11. Laconic
1adj. Brief and to the point in speaking.
2n. Fear; trembling.
3Without effect; ineffectual; useless.
4Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
5That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
12. Predilection
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2adj. Harmless
3n. Nearness.
4v. Overlook; forgive.
5n. Partiality; preference; liking; tendency.
13. Hackneyed
1n. Seriousness; gravity.
2Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
3v. Scatter; break up.
4adj. Commonplace; trite.
5adj. Abundantly fruitful.
14. Acrimony
1Deserved punishment or its source; anything or anyone that always seems certain to defeat to frustrate.
2adj. Na?ve; young; unsophisticated.
3In name only, not in fact; relatively trifling or quite small in value.
4Harshness or bitterness of speech or manner; expression of great dislike or deep resentment.
5adj. Commonplace; trite.
15. Futile
1v. Charge with a crime.
2n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
3adj. Harmless
4Without effect; ineffectual; useless.
5adj. Commonplace; trite.
Question 16
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Answer
16. Indict
1n. Nearness.
2n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to.
3adj. Brief and to the point in speaking.
4v. Charge with a crime.
5In name only, not in fact; relatively trifling or quite small in value.
17. Prolific
1Excessively dismal; mournful.
2n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to.
3v. Overlook; forgive.
4n. Partiality; preference; liking; tendency.
5adj. Abundantly fruitful.
18. Proximity
1n. Seriousness; gravity.
2n. Nearness.
3adj. Abundantly fruitful.
4A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
5n. Belief.
19. Disperse
1n. Discord; disagreement.
2Excessively dismal; mournful.
3adj. Na?ve; young; unsophisticated.
4v. Scatter; break up.
5A sudden and utter breakdown; an overwhelming and ruinous turn of events; a rout; a calamity.
20. Innocuous
1adj. Harmless
2adj. Practical; concerned with practical values.
3n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
4n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to.
5Without effect; ineffectual; useless.