SAT L 1 Set #1 Vocabulary

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SAT L 1 Set #1 Vocabulary
2011-10-16 21:13:20
vocab vocabulary set number one abhor alacrity animosityaugment censure concur congenial cursory digress elated epemeral fallible gratis homogeneous infirmity innocuous instigate labyrinth renegade revere seclude supersede transgression viable

Vocabulary Words in the SAT Level 1 Set #1 cards
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  1. abhor
    (v) to hate; to dislike intensely
  2. alacrity
    (n) promptness; quick willingness
  3. animosity
    (n) strong hatred; feeling of hostility
  4. augment
    (v) to ingrease or enlarge
  5. censure
    • (v) to disapprove; to scold
    • (n) negative judgment; a rebuke
  6. concur
    (v) to agree; to coincide
  7. congenial
    (adj) friendly and sociable; compatible
  8. cursory
    (adj) hasty and inattentive; quick and shallow
  9. digress
    (v) to stray from the main topic while speaking or writing
  10. elated
    (adj) delighted; joyful; elevated in mood
  11. ephemeral
    (adj) temporary; fleeting; short-lived
  12. fallible
    (adj) liable to make an error or mistake
  13. gratis
    (adv) free; without charge or payment
  14. homogeneous
    (adj) unvarying; uniform; of a single type or nature
  15. infirmity
    (n) a physical or mental weakness; feebleness
  16. innocuous
    (adj) harmless; not hurtful
  17. instigate
    (v) to provoke; to incite; to urge forward
  18. labyrinth
    (n) maze; a structure with complex, hard-to-follow passageways
  19. renegade
    • (n) one who violates the rules; a deserter
    • (adj) wild; uncontrollable
  20. revere
    (v) to honor and admire profoundly
  21. seclude
    (v) to isolate; to make inaccessible; to shut apart
  22. supersede
    (v) to replace; to substitue something superior in place of
  23. transgression
    (n) crossing over a boundary or limit; violation of a rule or custom
  24. viable
    (adj) possible; workable; able to be accomplished