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Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Title: Quiz on 'SAT Word List'

Question 1
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1. Frivolity
1adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
2adj. Dark; not transparent.
3n. Lack of seriousness.
4n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
5n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
2. Pragmatic
1adj. Practical; concerned with practical values.
2v. Charge with a crime.
3n. Fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal.
4v. Confirm; support.
5n. Something that discourages; a hindrance.
3. Indict
1n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
2The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
3v. Charge with a crime.
4v. Confirm; support.
5v. Assent, agree passively.
4. Zealot
1n. Lack of seriousness.
2n. Standard used in judging.
3Causing or characterized by delay; tardy; slow.
4n. Fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal.
5adj. Uncertain how to act; weak.
5. Reprehensible
1Causing or characterized by delay; tardy; slow.
2adj. Deserving blame.
3n. Standard used in judging.
4n. Lack of seriousness.
5adj. Abundantly fruitful.
Question 6
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Answer
6. Profusion
1n. Lack of proper respect.
2adj. Uncertain how to act; weak.
3adj. Abundantly fruitful.
4The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
5n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
7. Affirmation
1adj. Fickle; arbitrary
2n. Something that discourages; a hindrance.
3n. Lack of seriousness.
4n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
5adj. Brief and to the point in speaking.
8. Disparity
1n. Difference; condition of inequality.
2adj. Abundantly fruitful.
3adj. Fickle; arbitrary
4adj. Dark; not transparent.
5v. Confirm; support.
9. Opaque
1n. Fanatic; person who shows excessive zeal.
2adj. Uncertain how to act; weak.
3Causing or characterized by delay; tardy; slow.
4n. Lack of proper respect.
5adj. Dark; not transparent.
10. Dilatory
1n. Something that discourages; a hindrance.
2v. Assent, agree passively.
3The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
4adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
5Causing or characterized by delay; tardy; slow.
Question 11
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Answer
11. Nepotism
1n. Lavish expenditure; large amount.
2adj. Abundantly fruitful.
3Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
4v. Assent, agree passively.
5n. Standard used in judging.
12. Prolific
1adj. Abundantly fruitful.
2adj. Brief and to the point in speaking.
3Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
4adj. Deserving blame.
5The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
13. Deterrent
1n. Something that discourages; a hindrance.
2adj. Abundantly fruitful.
3adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
4adj. Fickle; arbitrary
5Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
14. Irreverence
1n. Lack of proper respect.
2Causing or characterized by delay; tardy; slow.
3adj. Excessively careful; fastidious.
4n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
5v. Charge with a crime.
15. Capricious
1v. Assent, agree passively.
2adj. Uncertain how to act; weak.
3adj. Fickle; arbitrary
4n. Something that discourages; a hindrance.
5n. Difference; condition of inequality.
Question 16
Choices
Answer
16. Criterion
1v. Charge with a crime.
2n. Standard used in judging.
3The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
4n. Difference; condition of inequality.
5adj. Uncertain how to act; weak.
17. Laconic
1v. Charge with a crime.
2adj. Brief and to the point in speaking.
3n. Something that discourages; a hindrance.
4Favoritism shown to relatives, especially in job appointments.
5adj. Deserving blame.
18. Morose
1adj. Ill-humored; sullen.
2Without effect; ineffectual; useless.
3adj. Uncertain how to act; weak.
4n. Standard used in judging.
5adj. Brief and to the point in speaking.
19. Irresolute
1n. Lack of proper respect.
2v. Assent, agree passively.
3adj. Abundantly fruitful.
4adj. Uncertain how to act; weak.
5n. Positive assertion; confirmation.
20. Futile
1The state of being sober serious or temperate; abstinence from intoxicating substance.
2v. Charge with a crime.
3Without effect; ineffectual; useless.
4adj. Uncertain how to act; weak.
5n. Lack of proper respect.
 

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