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Grade Ten SAT Vocabulary. Mrs. Blaber Quiz 1. Condone (v). After hearing about her hard day, Lani condoned Tali’s rude behavior. Condone (v). To forgive or overlook an offense. Nuance (n). There was a nuance between the twins’ appearance. Nuance (n). A slight difference.

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Grade ten sat vocabulary

Grade Ten SAT Vocabulary

Mrs. Blaber

Quiz 1


Condone v
Condone (v)

After hearing about her hard day, Lani

condoned Tali’s rude behavior.


Condone v1
Condone (v)

To forgive or overlook an offense


Nuance n
Nuance (n)

There was a nuance between the twins’ appearance.


Nuance n1
Nuance (n)

A slight difference


Connoisseur n
Connoisseur (n)

The connoisseur judged the cookie baking contest.


Connoisseur n1
Connoisseur (n)

Expert in matters of food and culture


Enigma n
Enigma (n)

The solution to the problem was an enigma to all; no one could solve it.


Enigma n1
Enigma (n)

A mystery; something unexplainable


Apathy n
Apathy (n)

The participation in the election was at an all time low because of voter apathy.


Apathy n1
Apathy (n)

lack of interest; state of not caring


Officious adj
Officious (adj)

Katrina was officious in science class; she thought her peers needed her help, but they did not.


Officious adj1
Officious (adj)

Giving unwanted help probably because one is conceited


Credence n
Credence (n)

Elie had credence in his Jewish faith.


Credence n1
Credence (n)

Belief or trust


Jaunty adj
Jaunty (adj)

The Waveriders’ win against a strong OIA team this weekend had each player walking in a jaunty manner after the game.


Jaunty n
Jaunty (n)

Confident, proud demeanor


Dilettante n
Dilettante (n)

The dilettante did not feel qualified to judge the surfing contest alongside Kelly Slater.


Dilettante n1
Dilettante (n)

One who dabbles in art and science


Cult n
Cult (n)

The members of the cult were asked to wear masks for seven days; they could not take the masks off for any reason before the end of the seven days.


Cult n1
Cult (n)

An organized group of people with an obsessive devotion to a person or set of principles


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