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3000 Most Common SAT Words is a serious vocabulary for SAT test takers. It includes meanings and examples for each word. To learn new SAT word, students usually use example sentence to help understand the word’s meaning. So for this list of 3000 words, every word has example, and most of them are from English media. These examples show you how the 3000 SAT words used in real English. This vocabulary, especially its examples, is great asset in writing and reading test. If you want to get a high mark and are ready to spend enough time on your SAT vocabulary building and preparation, this word list can help you. In fact, it is not only a list, but a set of online worksheets. Thousands of students get this resources to improve their SAT vocabulary level. We believe it can assist your SAT test too.


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admonition: Read
n. Syn. warning
gentle or friendly reproof; cautionary advice or warning

adoration: Read
n.
act of playing honor to a divine being; worship paid to God; act of addressing as a god

adulterate: Read
v.
make impure by adding inferior or tainted substances

advent: Read
n. Syn. arrival
coming or arrival, especially of something extremely important

adversity: Read
n. Syn. poverty; misfortune
state of misfortune, hardship, or affliction; misfortune

advocacy: Read
n.
support; active pleading on behalf of something

aerial: Read
a.
of the air or atmosphere; produced by or found in the air; performed in the air

affect: Read
v.
have an emotional or cognitive impact upon

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abridge  Read
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muddle; drive crazy; become confused
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calm; pacify; reduce the intensity of; relieve
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condense; shorten; reduce length of written text
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something added or to be added, especially a supplement to a book
accusation  Read
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indictment; charge of wrongdoing that is made against a person or other party
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muddle; drive crazy; become confused
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increase scope of; extend; intensify; make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation
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modify; cause to change; make different; convert
actuate  Read
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calm; pacify; reduce the intensity of; relieve
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belly, or that part of the body between the thorax and the pelvis
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put into motion or action; activate
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dissimilar, inconsistent, or opposed in nature; very different place, society, or person
addendum  Read
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north temperate shrubs or trees having toothed leaves and cone like fruit
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something added or to be added, especially a supplement to a book
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detestable; extremely unpleasant; very bad
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scratch; friction
addle  Read
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easily approached or entered; obtainable; easy to talk to or get along with
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detestable; extremely unpleasant; very bad
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nonprofessional; lacking the skill of a professional, as in an art
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muddle; drive crazy; become confused
adoration  Read
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confirmative; ratifying; giving assent or approval; confirming
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act of playing honor to a divine being; worship paid to God; act of addressing as a god
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related to school; not practical or directly useful; relating to scholarly organization; based on formal education
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modify; cause to change; make different; convert
adroit  Read
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medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
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exhibiting friendliness or goodwill; not quarrelsome
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sparing or moderation in eating and drinking; temperate
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skillful and adept under pressing conditions
adverse  Read
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responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
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in opposing direction; harmful or unfavorable; acting or serving to oppose
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field hospital organized as to follow an army in its movements; wagon for conveying the wounded to hospital
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modify; cause to change; make different; convert
aggregate  Read
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belly, or that part of the body between the thorax and the pelvis
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act of playing honor to a divine being; worship paid to God; act of addressing as a god
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state of being absent; state of being away
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gather into a mass, sum, or whole; amount to
allege  Read
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refrain; hold oneself back voluntarily from an action or practice
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muddle; drive crazy; become confused
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state without proof; assert to be true
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declare to be true or admit; express obligation, thanks
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v. Syn. renounce
give up, renounce, abandon, lay down, or withdraw from, as a right or claim


Spelling Word: abdicate
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v. Syn. encourage
aid, usually in doing something wrong; encourage


Spelling Word: abet
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v. Syn. scrape; erode
wear away by friction; scrape; erode


Spelling Word: abrade
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v. Syn. condense; shorten
condense; shorten; reduce length of written text


Spelling Word: abridge
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a. Syn. plentiful
plentiful; possessing riches or resources


Spelling Word: abundant
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v. Syn. agree; assent; concede
agree; give consent, often at insistence of another; concede


Spelling Word: accede
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v.
travel with; be associated with


Spelling Word: accompany
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v. Syn. authorize; commission
authorize; commission; give credit for


Spelling Word: accredit
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v. Syn. collect
pile up; collect; mount up; increase


Spelling Word: accumulate
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v. Syn. assent
assent; agree without protesting


Spelling Word: acquiesce