CSET - subtest I (vocabulary)

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CSET - subtest I (vocabulary)
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  1. to regard with horror
    abhor
  2. an addition to an established group or collection
    acquisition
  3. to correct firmly but kindly
    admonish
  4. skillful or nimble in difficult circumstances
    adroit
  5. a foe or enemy
    adversary
  6. to do with the emotional or feeling aspect of learning
    affective
  7. open to many interpretations
    ambiguous
  8. absence of passion or emotion
    apathy
  9. the ability to gain from a particular type of instruction
    aptitude
  10. to affirm or certify
    attest
  11. to increase or add to
    augment
  12. to shore up, support
    bolster
  13. direct and outspoken
    candid
  14. a person who judges the morality of other; act on that judgment
    censor
  15. expression of disapproval, reprimand
    censure
  16. the act of ceasing or halting
    cessation
  17. concealed or secret
    clandenstine
  18. intellectually convincing
    cogent
  19. unaware self-satisfaction
    complacent
  20. nigh
    regarding space and time
  21. existing at birth but nonhereditary
    congenital
  22. argumentative
    contentious
  23. to make certain with other information, to confirm
    corroborate
  24. claim to acceptance or trustworthiness
    credence
  25. surface, not in depth
    cursory
  26. disastrous collapse
    debacle
  27. condition of decline/decay
    decadent
  28. to send around, scatter
    disseminate
  29. thinking that extends in many directions, is not focused
    divergent
  30. coercion
    duress
  31. from observation or experiment
    empirical
  32. a mystery or puzzle
    enigma
  33. uncertain, capable of multiple interpretations
    equivocal
  34. to speed up, facilitate
    expedite
  35. take max advantage of, perhaps unethically
    exploit
  36. coming from outside
    extrinsic
  37. a mockery
    farce
  38. marked by intense feeling
    fervent
  39. difficult to surmount
    formidable
  40. a noisy quarrel or a scrap
    fracas
  41. complete range or extent
    gamut
  42. quickness suggesting insincerity
    glib
  43. cunning, crafty, duplicitous
    guile
  44. a group with normal variation in ability or performance
    heterogenous
  45. a group with little variation in ability or performance
    homogenous
  46. fair and objective
    impartial
  47. situation with no workable solution
    imasse
  48. understood but not directly stated
    implicit
  49. inherent, the essential nature
    intrinsic
  50. to overwhelm, flood
    inundate
  51. characterized by joking or good nature
    jocular
  52. clear and easily understood
    lucid
  53. generous in forgiving
    magnanimous
  54. a money hoarder
    miser
  55. understood rules of society
    mores
  56. agreeable, acceptable
    palatable
  57. the science of teaching
    pedagogy
  58. to continue or cause to be remembered
    perpetuate
  59. an act or instance that sets the standard
    precedent
  60. to act or make impossible or impracticable
    preclude
  61. very early development
    precocious
  62. abundant producer
    prolific
  63. predicament or difficult situation
    quagmire
  64. feeling of doubt or misgiving
    qualm
  65. a dilemma
    quandary
  66. bitter continuing resentment
    rancor
  67. to prove false
    refute
  68. designed to compensate for learning deficits
    remedial
  69. criticize gently
    reprove
  70. to reject or disown
    repudiate
  71. to hold in the highest regard
    revere
  72. to issue authoritative approval or penalty
    sanction
  73. comfort in misfortune
    solace
  74. financial assistance
    subsidy
  75. a deceptive strategy
    subterfuge
  76. not spoken; inferred
    tacit
  77. classification of levels of thinking or organisms
    taxonomy
  78. persistent and determined
    tenacious
  79. apprehension, state of dread
    trepidation
  80. everywhere, omnipresent
    ubiquitous
  81. to wrongfully and forcefully seize and hold, particularly power
    usurp
  82. to swing indecisively
    vacillate
  83. forceful, passionate
    vehement
  84. a sign of something no longer there or existing
    vestige
  85. very poisonous
    virulent
  86. to write or speak in a misleading way
    waffle
  87. an idyllic, perfect place; paradise
    Xanadu
  88. diligent devotion to a cause
    zeal

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