Tiny Word - Vocabulary Quiz
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This "vocabulary quiz" -- "word quiz" is dynamically generated from an assortment of common SAT vocabulary.
 
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1.   animate (v.):
      To undo or dissolve the connection or association of.
      To make alive.
      To remind oneself.
      To drive from one's own country.
2.   confide (v.):
      To reveal in trust or confidence.
      To clear from involvement.
      To predict.
      To speak or write a laudation of a person's life or character.
3.   prerogative (adj.):
      Descended from the same parent or ancestor.
      Having superior rank or precedence.
      Obese.
      Employing harsh words or ill treatment.
4.   prelacy (n.):
      A system of church government.
      One who attends to correspondence, keeps records. or does other writing forothers.
      A low tract of land between hills, especially along a river.
      A person nominated by the will of another to execute the will.
5.   surmise (v.):
      To regard with suspicion or jealousy.
      To put ashore and abandon (a person) on a desolate coast or island.
      To put in some relation of connection or correspondence.
      To conjecture.
6.   prescient (adj.):
      Cruel.
      Sunk to a low condition.
      Foreknowing.
      Able to be kept under restraint or control.
7.   fervid (adj.):
      Pertaining or relating to electricity produced by chemical action.
      Befuddled with drinks.
      Intense.
      A full and formal style of utterance.
8.   inestimable (adj.):
      Above price.
      Recurring every seven years.
      Quarrelsome.
      Indefinitely extensive.
9.   incarcerate (v.):
      To get as one's own.
      To regard or worship as a god.
      To imprison.
      To reproach as deserving blame.
10.   redemption (n.):
      An undue display of modesty or delicacy.
      The recovery of what is mortgaged or pledged, by paying the debt.
      One who receives a nomination.
      The coalescence of two vowels or syllables, as e'er for ever.


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By: Vladimir Sutskever
Last modified on 01-06-2006
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