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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Relegate
1n. Dilemma.
2n. Seriousness; gravity.
3n. Active enmity; hatred.
4v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
5n. Belief.
2. Fiasco
1Complete or ridiculous failure.
2n. Discord; disagreement.
3adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
4adj. Ordinary; worldly as opposed to spiritual.
5adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner.
3. Oblivion
1n. Forgetfulness.
2n. Puzzle.
3v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
4n. Discord; disagreement.
5adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
4. Solemnity
1adj. Humoring; yielding; lenient.
2n. Discord; disagreement.
3n. Seriousness; gravity.
4v. Appease; mollify; ease or quiet.
5Complete or ridiculous failure.
5. Gregarious
1To persuade not to do something.
2n. Tyrant; harsh, authoritarian ruler.
3adj. Sociable.
4n. Pride; arrogance.
5adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
Question 6
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6. Haphazard
1v. Slander.
2n. Active enmity; hatred.
3n. Dilemma.
4v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
5adj. Random; by chance.
7. Polyglot
1n. Tyrant; harsh, authoritarian ruler.
2n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to.
3n. Discord; disagreement.
4Speaking or writing in several languages; multilingual; a mixture of languages.
5n. Puzzle.
8. Mundane
1adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
2n. Belief.
3n. Seriousness; gravity.
4Speaking or writing in several languages; multilingual; a mixture of languages.
5adj. Ordinary; worldly as opposed to spiritual.
9. Animosity
1n. Puzzle.
2To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
3adj. Humoring; yielding; lenient.
4n. Active enmity; hatred.
5n. Forgetfulness.
10. Mitigate
1adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
2n. Discord; disagreement.
3n. Active enmity; hatred.
4adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner.
5v. Appease; mollify; ease or quiet.
Question 11
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Answer
11. Abrogate
1n. Belief.
2Speaking or writing in several languages; multilingual; a mixture of languages.
3To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
4adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
5n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to.
12. Antithesis
1n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to.
2n. Seriousness; gravity.
3v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
4adj. Humoring; yielding; lenient.
5adj. Sociable.
13. Despot
1adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner.
2To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
3adj. Ordinary; worldly as opposed to spiritual.
4n. Tyrant; harsh, authoritarian ruler.
5v. Appease; mollify; ease or quiet.
14. Morose
1v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
2adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
3Complete or ridiculous failure.
4adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
5v. Slander.
15. Haughtiness
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
3v. Appease; mollify; ease or quiet.
4n. Discord; disagreement.
5n. Dilemma.
Question 16
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Answer
16. Ironic
1adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner.
2Complete or ridiculous failure.
3adj. Random; by chance.
4n. Discord; disagreement.
5n. Puzzle.
17. Indulgent
1adj. Random; by chance.
2To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
3adj. Humoring; yielding; lenient.
4Complete or ridiculous failure.
5n. Contrast; direct opposite of or to.
18. Vilify
1n. Pride; arrogance.
2adj. Suitable; practical; politic.
3adj. Random; by chance.
4v. Slander.
5adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner.
19. Dissuade
1adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
2n. Tyrant; harsh, authoritarian ruler.
3To Annul; repeal; abolish; cancel.
4To persuade not to do something.
5v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
20. Credulity
1adj. Humoring; yielding; lenient.
2v. Banish; demote; consign to inferior position.
3n. Forgetfulness.
4n. Belief.
5n. Active enmity; hatred.