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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Haphazard
1Quickly evaporating; unstable; quickly changeable; influenced easily; fickle.
2n. Conciseness.
3v. Improve.
4v. Weaken.
5adj. Random; by chance.
2. Expedient
1adj. Conscientious; extremely thorough.
2Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
3n. Conciseness.
4v. Weaken.
5adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
3. Trepidation
1n. Fear; trembling.
2Use too many words
3adj. Tasteless; dull.
4v. Rival; imitate.
5adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
4. Volatile
1Use too many words
2v. Rival; imitate.
3Quickly evaporating; unstable; quickly changeable; influenced easily; fickle.
4Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
5n. Fear; trembling.
5. Unbridled
1Use too many words
2adj. Brief and compact.
3Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
4adj. Tasteless; dull.
5Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
Question 6
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6. Virulent
1adj. Extremely poisonous.
2v. Rival; imitate.
3n. Belief.
4n. Conciseness.
5Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
7. Nepotism
1Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
2n. Dilemma.
3adj. Generous.
4Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
5Quickly evaporating; unstable; quickly changeable; influenced easily; fickle.
8. Credulity
1Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
2n. Belief.
3adj. Extremely poisonous.
4v. Improve.
5adj. Brief and compact.
9. Lethargic
1Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
2adj. Drowsy; dull; tired.
3n. Fear; trembling.
4Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
5Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
10. Enervate
1Use too many words
2Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
3v. Weaken.
4adj. Conscientious; extremely thorough.
5n. Dilemma.
Question 11
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11. Inalienable
1v. Rival; imitate.
2Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
3v. Improve.
4adj. Conscientious; extremely thorough.
5n. Belief.
12. Magnanimous
1adj. Brief and compact.
2Use too many words
3n. Belief.
4adj. Generous.
5Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
13. Laconic
1adj. Drowsy; dull; tired.
2adj. Generous.
3adj. Brief and to the point in speaking.
4adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
5adj. Extremely poisonous.
14. Arbitrary
1n. Dilemma.
2v. Rival; imitate.
3adj. Unreasonable or capricious; imperious; tyrannical.
4Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
5n. Belief.
15. Concise
1n. Fear; trembling.
2Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
3v. Come together.
4adj. Brief and compact.
5Use too many words
Question 16
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16. Scrupulous
1adj. Conscientious; extremely thorough.
2adj. Tasteless; dull.
3adj. Random; by chance.
4Not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed
5adj. Unreasonable or capricious; imperious; tyrannical.
17. Capitulate
1Use too many words
2adj. Conscientious; extremely thorough.
3adj. Tasteless; dull.
4v. Weaken.
5To surrender on certain terms; to give in; to acquiesce.
18. Emulate
1v. Rival; imitate.
2Quickly evaporating; unstable; quickly changeable; influenced easily; fickle.
3n. Dilemma.
4Use too many words
5adj. Unreasonable or capricious; imperious; tyrannical.
19. Verbose
1Use too many words
2v. Rival; imitate.
3v. Weaken.
4adj. Brief and compact.
5v. Improve.
20. Ameliorate
1adj. Unreasonable or capricious; imperious; tyrannical.
2adj. Tasteless; dull.
3adj. Random; by chance.
4v. Rival; imitate.
5v. Improve.