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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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allot: Read
v. Syn. distribute
parcel out in parts or portions; distribute to each individual concerned; assign as a share or lot

allude: Read
v. Syn. imply; refer
refer casually or indirectly, or by suggestion

allusion: Read
n. Syn. metaphor
indirect reference; symbolical reference or comparison; metaphor

ally: Read
n. Syn. confederate; partner; collaborator
confederate; partner; collaborator

aloof: Read
a. Syn. apart; distant
apart; remote in manner; distant physically or emotionally; reserved and remote

altar: Read
n.
raised structure on which sacrifices are offered or incense burned to a deity

alter: Read
v. Syn. modify; change; convert
modify; cause to change; make different; convert

alteration: Read
n. Syn. renovation; change
passage from one form or state to another; change

alternate: Read
a. Syn. substitute
happening or following in turns; succeeding each other continuously; substitute

alternative: Read
a.
one of two or more things, ideas or courses of action that may be used; option; choice

altitude: Read
n. Syn. elevation; height
elevation especially above sea level; height

amalgamate: Read
v. Syn. combine; mix
combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury

amateur: Read
a. Syn. nonprofessional; inexpert
nonprofessional; lacking the skill of a professional, as in an art

ambidextrous: Read
a.
capable of using either hand with equal ease

ambiguous: Read
a.
unclear or doubtful in meaning

ambitious: Read
a. Syn. aspiring; enterprising
aspiring; having a strong desire for success or achievement

ambulance: Read
n.
field hospital organized as to follow an army in its movements; wagon for conveying the wounded to hospital

ambush: Read
n.
disposition or arrangement of troops for attacking an enemy unexpectedly from a concealed station

ameliorate: Read
v. Syn. improve
make or become better; improve; grow better

amenable: Read
a. Syn. responsible; accountable
responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable

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 3000 SAT Words - QuizMore Quizzes Show Quiz 
abdicate  Read
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quickly perceptive; keen; having a sharp point or tip; extremely sharp or severe
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border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent
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make impure by adding inferior or tainted substances
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give up, renounce, abandon, lay down, or withdraw from, as a right or claim
absorb  Read
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a scholar who is skilled in academic disputation
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assimilate or incorporate; suck or drink up; occupy full attention
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quickly perceptive; keen; having a sharp point or tip; extremely sharp or severe
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preposterous; ridiculously incongruous or unreasonable; foolish
absurd  Read
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preposterous; ridiculously incongruous or unreasonable; foolish
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bitterness of speech and temper; sourness or acidness of taste, character, or tone
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assimilate or incorporate; suck or drink up; occupy full attention
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act of playing honor to a divine being; worship paid to God; act of addressing as a god
accelerate  Read
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aid, usually in doing something wrong; encourage
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the highest point or level, as of achievement or development; maturity or perfection of animal
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move faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expected
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quickly perceptive; keen; having a sharp point or tip; extremely sharp or severe
actuate  Read
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move faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expected
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state of being allied; act of allying or uniting; a union or connection of interests between families, states, parties
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put into motion or action; activate
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doing; bother; troublesome business; fuss; bustle
adamant  Read
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extremely hard; inflexible; stubbornly unyielding
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bitter and sharp in language, tone, or manner
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assimilate or incorporate; suck or drink up; occupy full attention
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preposterous; ridiculously incongruous or unreasonable; foolish
addendum  Read
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something added or to be added, especially a supplement to a book
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quickly perceptive; keen; having a sharp point or tip; extremely sharp or severe
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doing; bother; troublesome business; fuss; bustle
Exercise
process of absorbing nutrients into the body after digestion; state of mental concentration
adjacent  Read
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gentle or friendly reproof; cautionary advice or warning
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adjoining; neighboring; close to; lying near
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extremely hard; inflexible; stubbornly unyielding
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obscure; profound; difficult to understand.
adjunct  Read
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something added on or attached generally nonessential or inferior
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moving quickly and lightly; mentally quick
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muddle; drive crazy; become confused
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move faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expected
alchemy  Read
Exercise
quickly perceptive; keen; having a sharp point or tip; extremely sharp or severe
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medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
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put into motion or action; activate
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nonprofessional; lacking the skill of a professional, as in an art
 3000 SAT Words - SpellMore Exercises Show Exercise 
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n.
belly, or that part of the body between the thorax and the pelvis


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n. Syn. approach
approach; entry; entrance


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v. Syn. applaud
applaud; announce with great approval


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v. Syn. equip
equip; provide with military equipment


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v. Syn. authorize; commission
authorize; commission; give credit for


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v. Syn. collect
pile up; collect; mount up; increase


Spelling Word: accumulate
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n. Syn. apex; apogee; climax; summit
the highest point or level, as of achievement or development; maturity or perfection of animal


Spelling Word: acme
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a. Syn. rancorous
bitter and sharp in language, tone, or manner


Spelling Word: acrimonious
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v. Syn. muddle; confuse
muddle; drive crazy; become confused


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n.
one who manages a government agency or department


Spelling Word: administrator