SAT Vocabulary Quiz 4
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Here’s another scorer for your SAT vocabulary improvement regimen. You have to find the correct meaning/nearest correct meaning of the italicized word given in context from the options mentioned below. The key can be found at the end of the post –
1. I was so abhorrent of snakes I would almost faint if I saw one.
- utterly opposed
2. He abstracted the damaging letters from the files.
- take away, separate
3. “You’ve got to accentuate the positive in your resume.”
4. We acquiesced in his plans, although we were too tired to take interest in them.
5. An army activates a unit by assigning it troops and equipment necessary for war strength and training.
- make more active
- trigger off
6. He adduced several instances of their disobedience as reasons for punishing them.
- bring forward
7. His affable greeting put the visitor at ease at once.
8. Certain foods seem to have an affinity for each other, like ham and eggs or pancakes and syrup.
9. The affluence of the community attracted a number of exclusive shops.
10. The aggregate of the donations turned in was beyond their expectations.
11. Speed and agility are essential for a tennis player.
12. Her odd behavior gradually alienated all her friends.
13. The jury could not accept the allegation of Communism without unquestionable evidence.
14. Many drugs are now available to alleviate pain.
15. It is an ambiguity to say that an insect is a feeling creature.
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