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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Profusion
1To persuade not to do something.
2adj. Weighty; heavy.
3n. Standard used in judging.
4n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
5Distorted; strangely ugly; outlandish; bizarre.
2. Sinister
1Tending toward disaster; threatening; foreboding; evil; wicked; (literally: left or left - hand)
2adj. Generous.
3A paid position that requires little or on work or responsibility.
4v. Slander.
5adj. Mentally quick and observant; having insight.
3. Placate
1adj. Weighty; heavy.
2v. Slander.
3v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
4v. Come together.
5n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
4. Superfluous
1adj. Excessive; overabundant; unnecessary.
2v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
3That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
4n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
5adj. Weighty; heavy.
5. Euphemism
1n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
2n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
3Of great importance or consequence.
4v. Revere.
5Talkative; given to continual talking
Question 6
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6. Momentous
1n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
2v. Free; disentangle.
3n. Double-dealing; guile.
4adj. Generous.
5Of great importance or consequence.
7. Fanaticism
1n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
2adj. Excessive; overabundant; unnecessary.
3Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
4To persuade not to do something.
5v. Come together.
8. Criterion
1v. Revere.
2n. Standard used in judging.
3v. Slander.
4That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
5Talkative; given to continual talking
9. Ponderous
1v. Slander.
2v. Revere.
3adj. Capable of maintaining life.
4v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
5adj. Weighty; heavy.
10. Aggrandizement
1n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
2v. Pacify; conciliate; mitigate; appease.
3That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
4adj. Capable of maintaining life.
5To persuade not to do something.
Question 11
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Answer
11. Magnanimous
1adj. Generous.
2v. Come together.
3Distorted; strangely ugly; outlandish; bizarre.
4A paid position that requires little or on work or responsibility.
5Of great importance or consequence.
12. Viable
1Talkative; given to continual talking
2Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
3That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
4n. Double-dealing; guile.
5adj. Capable of maintaining life.
13. Venerate
1v. Revere.
2That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
3Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
4n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
5n. Double-dealing; guile.
14. Grotesque
1v. Revere.
2adj. Excessive; overabundant; unnecessary.
3n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
4n. Standard used in judging.
5Distorted; strangely ugly; outlandish; bizarre.
15. Converge
1To persuade not to do something.
2v. Come together.
3adj. Capable of maintaining life.
4adj. Generous.
5adj. Weighty; heavy.
Question 16
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Answer
16. Vilify
1v. Come together.
2v. Slander.
3adj. Weighty; heavy.
4adj. Excessive; overabundant; unnecessary.
5A paid position that requires little or on work or responsibility.
17. Precocious
1adj. Weighty; heavy.
2v. Free; disentangle.
3Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
4adj. Generous.
5adj. Excessive; overabundant; unnecessary.
18. Ironic
1That which makes richer or greater; the state results of such.
2adj. Resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner.
3Tending toward disaster; threatening; foreboding; evil; wicked; (literally: left or left - hand)
4Talkative; given to continual talking
5v. Come together.
19. Dissuade
1v. Slander.
2v. Come together.
3n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
4n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
5To persuade not to do something.
20. Duplicity
1n. Double-dealing; guile.
2n. Mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
3v. Free; disentangle.
4Prematurely developed; matured earlier than is normal; mentally advanced beyond one's years.
5A paid position that requires little or on work or responsibility.