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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Plausible
1Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
2Complete or ridiculous failure.
3n. Puzzle.
4adj. Depressed; gloomy.
5Happening by chance; accidental.
2. Ostentatious
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2adj. Showy; pretentious; too fancy.
3Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
4n. Seriousness; gravity.
5Harshness or bitterness of speech or manner; expression of great dislike or deep resentment.
3. Trepidation
1Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected; unreceptive; immune.
2A mixture of various things or subjects.
3n. Fear; trembling.
4v. Praise.
5Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
4. Prodigal
1A mixture of various things or subjects.
2v. Praise.
3adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
4Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
5adj. Known only to the chosen few.
5. Potpourri
1Complete or ridiculous failure.
2n. Puzzle.
3adj. Showy; pretentious; too fancy.
4Harshness or bitterness of speech or manner; expression of great dislike or deep resentment.
5A mixture of various things or subjects.
Question 6
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6. Satirical
1v. Revere.
2n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
3adj. Mocking; ridiculing; sarcastic.
4Happening by chance; accidental.
5adj. Known only to the chosen few.
7. Fortuitous
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2Happening by chance; accidental.
3v. Revere.
4adj. Tasteless; dull.
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
8. Fiasco
1Without effect; ineffectual; useless.
2Complete or ridiculous failure.
3n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
4Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
5Happening by chance; accidental.
9. Solemnity
1adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
2Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
3Complete or ridiculous failure.
4n. Puzzle.
5n. Seriousness; gravity.
10. Acrimony
1adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
2Harshness or bitterness of speech or manner; expression of great dislike or deep resentment.
3An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
4Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
5Complete or ridiculous failure.
Question 11
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11. Despondent
1Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
2adj. Mocking; ridiculing; sarcastic.
3n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
4v. Praise.
5adj. Depressed; gloomy.
12. Protagonist
1The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
2n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
3An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
4Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
5adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
13. Simulated
1adj. Mocking; ridiculing; sarcastic.
2Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
3Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
4The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
14. Haughtiness
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2v. Revere.
3n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
4Wasteful; recklessly extravagant.
5adj. Depressed; gloomy.
15. Connoisseur
1An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
2Without effect; ineffectual; useless.
3Harshness or bitterness of speech or manner; expression of great dislike or deep resentment.
4n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
5The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
Question 16
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16. Fastidious
1n. Puzzle.
2v. Praise.
3n. Fear; trembling.
4adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
5Happening by chance; accidental.
17. Esoteric
1adj. Known only to the chosen few.
2Harshness or bitterness of speech or manner; expression of great dislike or deep resentment.
3n. The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes.
4adj. Mocking; ridiculing; sarcastic.
5n. Puzzle.
18. Impervious
1Happening by chance; accidental.
2Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.
3Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
4An expert in distinguishing and judging values, especially in arts, fine foods, wines, etc.
5Completely resistant to penetration; unaffected; unreceptive; immune.
19. Venerate
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2adj. Difficult to please; squeamish.
3v. Revere.
4Seeming to be probable or likely; apparently trustworthy or believable.
5The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
20. Insipid
1adj. Tasteless; dull.
2adj. Mocking; ridiculing; sarcastic.
3v. Praise.
4The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
5Had the appearance but not the actuality of; imitated; pretended; feigned.