SAT High-Frequency Word List Part 4

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SAT High-Frequency Word List Part 4
2012-08-06 20:33:03

This is a breakdown of the SAT High-Frequency word list, my original is comprised of all the words this on is just Part 4 of 7. i Broke it down because this is the best way to learned the words using the "Thorough Mode"
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  1. Frivolous
    adj. lacking seriousness; self-indulgently carefree; relatively unimportant. frivolity, n.
  2. Frugality
    n.[froo-gal-i-tee] thrift; economy; prudent in saving; the lack of wastefulness. frugal, adj.
  3. Furtive
    adj. stealthy; sneaky.
  4. Garrulous
    adj.[gar-uh-luhs] loquacious[loh-kwey-shuhs]; wordy; talkative. garrulity, n.
  5. Glutton
    n. someone who eats too much. gluttonous, adj.
  6. Gratify
    v. please.
  7. Gratuitous
    adj.[gruh-too-i-tuhs] given freely; unwarrented; uncalled for.
  8. Gravity
    n. seriousness. grave, adj.
  9. Gregarious
    adj. sociable.
  10. Guile
    n.[gahyl] deceit; duplicity; wiliness[wahy-lee-nes]; cunning.
  11. Gullible
    adj. easily deceived.
  12. Hamper(V)
  13. Hardy
    adj. sturdy; robust; able to stand inclement weather.
  14. Haughtiness
    n. pride; arrogance.
  15. Hedonist
    n.[heed-n-ist] one who belives that pleasure is the sole aim in life.
  16. Heresy
    n.[her-uh-see] opinion contrary to popular belief; opinion contrary to accepted religion. heretic, n.
  17. Hierarchy
    n. arrangement by rank or standing; authoritarian body divided into ranks.
  18. Homogeneous
    adj.[hoh-muh-jee-nee-uhs] of the same kind. homogenize, v.
  19. Hypocritical
    adj. pretending to be virtuous; deceiving. hypocrisy, n.
  20. Hypothetical
    adj. based on assumptions or hypotheses; supposed. hypothesis, n.
  21. Idiosyncrasy
    n.[id-ee-uh-sing-kruh-see] individual trait, usually odd in nature; eccentricity. idiosyncratic, adj.
  22. Illusory
    adj.[ih-loo-suh-ree] deceptive; not real.
  23. Immutable
    adj.[ih-myoo-tuh-buhl] unchangeable.
  24. Impair
    v. injur; hurt;
  25. Impeccable
    adj. faultless.
  26. Impede
    v. hinder; block; delay.
  27. Implausible
    adj. unlikely; unbelievable.
  28. Implement(V)
    v. put into effect; supply with tools.
  29. Impudence
    n.[im-pyuh-duhns] impertinence; insolence.
  30. Inadvertent
    adv. unintentionally; by oversight; carelessly.
  31. Inane
    adj. silly; senseless.
  32. Incisive
    adj.[in-sahy-siv] cutting; sharp.
  33. Incite
    v. arouse to action; goad; motivate; induce to exit.
  34. Inclusive
    adj. tending to include all.
  35. Incongruous
    adj.[in-kong-groo-uhs] not fitting; absurd. incongruity, n.
  36. Inconsequential
    adj. insignificant; unimportant.
  37. Incorrigible
    adj.[in-kawr-i-juh-buhl] not correctable.
  38. Indict
    v.[in-dahyt] charge. indictment, n.
  39. Indifferent
    adj. unmoved or unconcerned by; mediocre.
  40. Indiscriminate
    adj. choosing at random; confused.
  41. Induce
    v. persuad; bring about. inducement, n.
  42. Inert
    adj. inactive; lacking power to move.
  43. Ingenious
    adj.[in-jeen-yuhs] clever; resourceful. ingenuity, n.
  44. Inherent
    adj.[in-heer-uhnt] firmly established by nature or habit.
  45. Innate
    adj. inborn.
  46. Innocuous
    adj.[ih-nok-yoo-uhs] harmless.
  47. Innovation
    n. change; introduction of something new. innovate, n.
  48. Insipid
    adj. lacking in flavor; dull.
  49. Instigate
    v. urge; start; provoke.
  50. Insularity
    n. narrow-mindedness; isolation. insular, adj.
  51. Integrity
    n. uprightness; wholeness.
  52. Intervene
    v. come between.
  53. Intimidate
    v. frighten.
  54. Intrepid
    adj. fearless.
  55. Inundate
    v.[in-uhn-deyt] overwhelm; flood; submerge.