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S.A.T. Vocabulary. Week #1. S.A.T. Stands for: Scholastic Aptitude Test Standardized college admissions test Approx. 4 hours It’s incorrect to say, “S.A.T. test.” Why?. 1. Abhor. To hate Verb (action word) “I abhor the way…”. 2. Bigot. A narrow-minded or prejudice person

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s a t
S.A.T.
  • Stands for: Scholastic Aptitude Test
    • Standardized college admissions test
    • Approx. 4 hours
  • It’s incorrect to say, “S.A.T. test.”
    • Why?
1 abhor
1. Abhor
  • To hate
    • Verb (action word)
    • “I abhor the way…”
2 bigot
2. Bigot
  • A narrow-minded or prejudice person
    • Noun (person, place, or thing)
    • “I could tell the old woman was a bigot because…”
3 counterfeit
3. Counterfeit
  • Fake; false
    • Adjective (descriptor)
    • “I knew the checks were counterfeit because…”
4 enfranchise
4. Enfranchise
  • To give voting rights
    • Verb (action word)
    • “When countries enfranchise their people…”
5 hamper
5. Hamper
  • Hinder; obstruct; to stop from doing something
    • Verb (action word)
    • “Do not hamper with my good mood or I’ll…”
6 noxious
6. Noxious
  • Harmful; poisonous; lethal
    • Adjective (descriptor)
    • “We knew the food was noxious because…”
7 placid
7. Placid
  • Calm; peaceful
    • Adjective (descriptor)
    • “The lake was so placid that…”
8 talisman
8. Talisman
  • A lucky charm; an object with magic
    • Noun (person, place or thing)
    • “Around the man’s neck hung a talisman that he believed…”
9 covert
9. Covert
  • Hidden; undercover
    • Adjective (descriptor)
    • “I have a covert job; I’m a …”