SAT Vocabulary Week 4 Question Preview (ID: 41225)


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very talkative; liking to talk; garrulous
a) pugnacious
b) supercilious
c) loquacious
d) convivial

eager to fight; belligerent
a) pugnacious
b) subservient
c) sluggish
d) miserly

sociable, outgoing in a festive way, especially when pertaining to eating and drinking; fond of good company.
a) pugnacious
b) convivial
c) adversity
d) impugn

dishonest or deceptive; tricky
a) impugn
b) impassioned
c) devious
d) subservient

obedient
a) subservient
b) sluggish
c) subservient
d) impassioned

to win a person over through special considerations and persuasive methods
a) adversity
b) devious
c) conciliate
d) pugnacious

filled with passionate emotion
a) lackluster
b) impassioned
c) pugnacious
d) benevolent

to oppose or attack someone or something as false or refutable
a) detached
b) sluggish
c) impugn
d) adversity

careful with how money is spent; thrifty
a) devious
b) sluggish
c) subservient
d) miserly

slow and lazy
a) impugn
b) sluggish
c) impassioned
d) subservient

great trouble or difficulty
a) sluggish
b) impugn
c) adversity
d) impassioned

lacking energy or brightness; boring
a) lackluster
b) convivial
c) pugnacious
d) benevolent

aloof; indifferent
a) detached
b) adversity
c) subservient
d) devious

giving freely and easily to others; charitable; kind
a) adversity
b) devious
c) benevolent
d) impassioned

looking down on others; proud and scornful
a) lackluster
b) conciliate
c) pugnacious
d) supercilious

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