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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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Answer
1. Pragmatic
1adj. Practical; realistic.
2The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
3n. Hesitancy to respond.
4adj. Not fitting; absurd.
5Doubtful; unbelieving.
2. Notoriety
1v. Rival; imitate.
2n. Person who sows no emotions.
3To scold severely; Rebuke harshly
4n. One who is peaceful or opposed to use of force.
5n. Disrepute; ill fame.
3. Implication
1n. That which is hinted at or suggested.
2adj. Practical; realistic.
3adj. Random; by chance.
4That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement.
5n. Wealth.
4. Affirmation
1n. Wealth.
2n. Person who sows no emotions.
3Offense; resentment
4n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
5n. Highly skilled artist.
5. Stoic
1adj. Not fitting; absurd.
2n. Person who sows no emotions.
3n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
4n. Disrepute; ill fame.
5adj. Brief; compact.
Question 6
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Answer
6. Bequeath
1adj. Random; by chance.
2v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
3adj. Practical; realistic.
4Doubtful; unbelieving.
5adj. Commonplace; trite.
7. Umbrage
1Offense; resentment
2n. Disrepute; ill fame.
3adj. Tasty; pleasing, attractive, or agreeable.
4v. Rival; imitate.
5n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
8. Commensurate
1adj. Easily understood.
2Equal in measures; properly proportionate.
3adj. Deserving blame.
4v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
5The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
9. Virtuoso
1v. Rival; imitate.
2adj. Easily understood.
3adj. Tasty; pleasing, attractive, or agreeable.
4n. Highly skilled artist.
5That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement.
10. Incongruous
1n. That which is hinted at or suggested.
2adj. Brief; compact.
3v. Leave to someone by a will; hand down.
4adj. Not fitting; absurd.
5To scold severely; Rebuke harshly
Question 11
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Answer
11. Protagonist
1n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
2To scold severely; Rebuke harshly
3adj. Brief; compact.
4The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
5adj. Easily understood.
12. Reprehensible
1adj. Not fitting; absurd.
2n. That which is hinted at or suggested.
3n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
4adj. Commonplace; trite.
5adj. Deserving blame.
13. Emulate
1n. Disrepute; ill fame.
2n. Person who sows no emotions.
3adj. Tasty; pleasing, attractive, or agreeable.
4That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement.
5v. Rival; imitate.
14. Skeptical
1n. Wealth.
2Doubtful; unbelieving.
3n. One who is peaceful or opposed to use of force.
4Offense; resentment
5Equal in measures; properly proportionate.
15. Paradox
1Offense; resentment
2adj. Deserving blame.
3Doubtful; unbelieving.
4That which may be true but which seems to be contradictory, false or absurd; a self-contradictory statement.
5n. Highly skilled artist.
Question 16
Choices
Answer
16. Reticence
1To scold severely; Rebuke harshly
2adj. Random; by chance.
3adj. Brief; compact.
4n. Hesitancy to respond.
5n. Highly skilled artist.
17. Savory
1Offense; resentment
2Equal in measures; properly proportionate.
3adj. Tasty; pleasing, attractive, or agreeable.
4n. Wealth.
5Doubtful; unbelieving.
18. Opulence
1n. Wealth.
2n. Person who sows no emotions.
3adj. Deserving blame.
4The leading or central character in a play or story; a person most concerned and active in resolving a situation.
5adj. Tasty; pleasing, attractive, or agreeable.
19. Berate
1n. Person who sows no emotions.
2n. One who is peaceful or opposed to use of force.
3adj. Not fitting; absurd.
4Equal in measures; properly proportionate.
5To scold severely; Rebuke harshly
20. Haphazard
1v. Rival; imitate.
2adj. Random; by chance.
3n. That which is hinted at or suggested.
4adj. Deserving blame.
5adj. Practical; realistic.