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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Reprobate
1n. Deceit; duplicity.
2One whose conduct is reproachful, a scoundrel; unprincipled; depraved.
3n. Fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal.
4adj. Harmless
5adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
2. Lucid
1One whose conduct is reproachful, a scoundrel; unprincipled; depraved.
2adj. Brief and compact.
3n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
4adj. Easily understood.
5n. Fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal.
3. Unbridled
1Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
2Of great importance or consequence.
3To think about carefully; to ponder over; to meditate.
4adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
5n. Seriousness; gravity.
4. Fanaticism
1n. Controlling influence; domination
2A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
3To think about carefully; to ponder over; to meditate.
4n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
5Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
5. Flagrant
1n. Seriousness; gravity.
2adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
3n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
4adj. Periodic; occasional
5n. Double-dealing; guile.
Question 6
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Answer
6. Insipid
1adj. Brief and compact.
2adj. Periodic; occasional
3adj. Tasteless; dull.
4adj. Conspicuously wicked; obvious.
5n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
7. Viscosity
1n. Double-dealing; guile.
2Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
3n. Seriousness; gravity.
4Use too many words
5Heavy gluey quality.
8. Gravity
1adj. Easily understood.
2n. Seriousness.
3A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
4The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
5Heavy gluey quality.
9. Momentous
1A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
2Of great importance or consequence.
3The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
4n. Controlling influence; domination
5n. Seriousness.
10. Zealot
1n. Fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal.
2n. Controlling influence; domination
3One whose conduct is reproachful, a scoundrel; unprincipled; depraved.
4adj. Trite; ordinary; common.
5adj. Easily understood.
Question 11
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Answer
11. Banal
1adj. Trite; ordinary; common.
2Of great importance or consequence.
3Use too many words
4n. Deceit; duplicity.
5adj. Brief and compact.
12. Regression
1A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
2adj. Easily understood.
3Of great importance or consequence.
4The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
5n. Seriousness.
13. Hypothetical
1Use too many words
2adj. Based on assumptions or hypotheses.
3A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
4n. Deceit; duplicity.
5Of great importance or consequence.
14. Ascendancy
1The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
2n. Double-dealing; guile.
3n. Controlling influence; domination
4n. Seriousness; gravity.
5Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
15. Duplicity
1To think about carefully; to ponder over; to meditate.
2n. Fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal.
3A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
4adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
5n. Double-dealing; guile.
Question 16
Choices
Answer
16. Innocuous
1adj. Brief and compact.
2Of great importance or consequence.
3adj. Harmless
4n. Double-dealing; guile.
5Use too many words
17. Concise
1Not held in check; unrestrained; uncontrolled.
2A going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression)
3adj. Brief and compact.
4Heavy gluey quality.
5n. Seriousness; gravity.
18. Sobriety
1One whose conduct is reproachful, a scoundrel; unprincipled; depraved.
2n. Controlling influence; domination
3adj. Trite; ordinary; common.
4adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
5The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
19. Discordant
1Of great importance or consequence.
2adj. Periodic; occasional
3n. Excessive emotion for an issue or cause.
4n. Deceit; duplicity.
5adj. Inharmonious; conflicting.
20. Solemnity
1n. Seriousness.
2n. Deceit; duplicity.
3n. Seriousness; gravity.
4adj. Trite; ordinary; common.
5adj. Brief and compact.