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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.

  • disregarded
  • utterly opposed
  • aberrant
  • admirable

2.       He abstracted the damaging letters from the files.

  • take away, separate
  • combined
  • engaged
  • abridged

3.       “You’ve got to accentuate the positive in your resume.”

  • alliterate
  • provolone
  • emphasize
  • mask

4.       We acquiesced in his plans, although we were too tired to take interest in them.

  • dissented
  • acceded
  • clangorous
  • complied

5.       An army activates a unit by assigning it troops and equipment necessary for war strength and training.

  • make more active
  • impeded
  • trigger off
  • clamps

6.       He adduced several instances of their disobedience as reasons for punishing them.

  • impeded
  • bring forward
  • routed
  • forwent

7.       His affable greeting put the visitor at ease at once.

  • introverted
  • antagonistic
  • approachable
  • cacophonous

8.       Certain foods seem to have an affinity for each other, like ham and eggs or pancakes and syrup.

  • affirmation
  • relation
  • coalition
  • discord

9.       The affluence of the community attracted a number of exclusive shops.

  • excitable
  • untypical
  • opulent
  • debonair

10.   The aggregate of the donations turned in was beyond their expectations.

  • aggravate
  • aggression
  • dissipation
  • accumulation

11.   Speed and agility are essential for a tennis player.

  • adroitness
  • aghast
  • enervation
  • virulence

12.   Her odd behavior gradually alienated all her friends.

  • aliased
  • disarmed
  • estranged
  • alerted

13.       The jury could not accept the allegation of Communism without unquestionable evidence.

  • assertion
  • exculpation
  • allegiance
  • denial

14.       Many drugs are now available to alleviate pain.

  • unmitigate
  • palliate
  • aggravate
  • assuage

15.       It is an ambiguity to say that an insect is a feeling creature.

  • doubtful
  • doubly
  • lucidity
  • security

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Key :

1 b) 2 a) 3 c) 4 b) 5 a) 6 b) 7 c) 8 b) 9 c) 10 d) 11 a) 12 c) 13 a) 14 d) 15 a)

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