Study Difficult SAT Words Online
"I know SAT is critical for me to apply to top-rank universities. I am working hard to prepare for my SAT exam and build a robust high school vocabulary. Now I am looking for a difficult SAT word list to enhance my SAT vocabulary level."
Yes, you get to the right place! Hard SAT Words Study Online is a great tool and is precisely designed for students like you. It has more than 1000 hard SAT words, which are valuable for improving reading skills.
Besides a proven challenging vocabulary, it also leverages modern information technology to help you study and review these difficult words efficiently. With this app, you can learn more with less time and won't waste even one minute.
This web app is for hard SAT vocabulary, not daily reading and writing. If you feel it is too difficult, for example, if you cannot understand half of the explanations or example sentences, you probably need to choose another vocabulary.
The web app is intelligent and easy to understand; SAT takers should run it without training. In the Question and Answer section, we have a brief introduction about essential features. You may also view all words quickly by groups to decide if the word list fits you.
Last but not least, the app relies on cloud technology. To enjoy the full features of Hard SAT Words Study Online, you had better sign on before studying and reviewing. If you don't have an account at www.examword.com, please create one, which can be activated in minutes.
Below 50 words and their meanings are from Group 5.
|fluency||n. quality of smoothness of flow; quality of being fluent in language|
|fluster||v. confuse; hot and rosy, as with drinking; be in a heat or bustle; be agitated|
|foible||n. weakness or failing of character|
|foment||v. try to stir up public opinion; promote growth of; apply warm lotion to|
|foray||n. sudden raid or military advance; venture or initial attempt, especially outside one's usual area|
|forebear||n. ancestor; person from whom one is descended|
|forebode||v. foretell; tell in advance; indicate likelihood of; portend|
|forensic||a. relating to the use of science or technology in the investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in a court of law|
|foreshadow||v. give indication beforehand; indicate by signs|
|formative||a. developing; forming; capable of forming or molding|
|formidable||a. arousing fear, dread, or alarm|
|forswear||v. renounce or deny something, especially under oath; swear falsely, usually under pressure|
|fracas||n. noisy, disorderly fight or quarrel; disturbance|
|fractious||a. inclined to make trouble; disobedient; irritable|
|framework||n. structure for supporting or enclosing something else, a fundamental structure for written work|
|franchise||n. privilege or right officially granted a person or a group by a government; business or group of businesses established or operated under such authorization|
|fraternize||v. associate with others in brotherly or friendly way|
|frenetic||a. excessively agitated; transported with rage or other violent emotion|
|frenzied||a. madly excited; in state of hurry, panic or wild activity|
|frolicsome||a. full of high-spirited fun; gay; given to merry|
|frond||n. fern leaf, especially compound leaf; palm or banana leaf|
|frugality||n. thrift; prudent economy; sparing use|
|fulsome||a. offensively flattering or insincere; offensive; disgusting|
|furor||n. great excitement; public disorder or uproar|
|gadfly||n. any of various flies, that bite or annoy livestock and other animals; irritating person|
|gait||n. manner of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while moving; walk; rate of moving|
|galaxy||n. any of large-scale aggregates of stars, gas, and dust that constitute the universe; assembly of brilliant or distinguished persons or things|
|galleon||n. large sailing ship, usually having two or more decks and carrying guns|
|galvanize||v. stimulate by shock; stir up; stimulate to action|
|gambol||v. dance and skip about in sport; leap playfully|
|gamely||ad. bravely; in game manner; in willing and spirited fashion|
|gantry||n. a mount for a traveling crane consisting of a large frame to move along a set of tracks; supporting framework for a barrel|
|gargantuan||a. of immense size, volume, or capacity; gigantic|
|gauche||a. awkward or lacking in social graces; coarse and uncouth|
|gendarme||n. armed policeman in France; French policeman|
|generality||n. quality of being general; an idea having general application|
|geniality||n. warmth of disposition and manners; kindliness; sympathy|
|gentility||n. quality of being well-mannered; refinement; people of good birth|
|gentry||n. the most powerful members of society|
|germinal||a. containing seeds of later development; creative|
|germinate||v. cause to sprout or grow; come into existence|
|gesticulation||n. deliberate, vigorous motion or gesture|
|gibe||v. mock; laugh at with contempt and derision|
|gingerly||ad. with great care or delicacy; cautiously|
|girder||n. beam of steel, wood, or reinforced concrete, used as main horizontal support in building|
|glacial||a. like a glacier; extremely cold; lacking warmth and friendliness|
|glacier||n. large body of ice which flows under its own mass, usually downhill|
|glean||v. gather grain left behind by reapers; collect bit by bit|
|glitz||n. brilliant showiness|
|glossary||n. brief explanation of words, often placed at back of book|
Q & A
How many words have been selected in Hard SAT Words Study Online? And what criteria are followed to select words for this web app?
This web app includes 1000+ difficult words. Because we usually adjust the word bank per 6 months so that the vocabulary size may change slightly. This web app is designed for students working hard to get high scores on SAT tests. The words are usually less frequent daily but occasionally appear in the SAT exam, especially in the reading section. If you are ready for basic vocabulary, this is an excellent option to enrich your hard SAT words.
What are the special features of Hard SAT Words Study Online?
This web app isn't only a word list. It lets students manage each word with one of three statuses: New, Known, and Review. So you can skip known words, review half-known words, and focus on new words. This mechanism ensures you never waste time on known words, keep a fast pace, and have high productivity in your SAT test preparation.
How can I save word status for future use?
The statues are always kept on your local device when running Hard SAT Words Study Online app. Before saving to the server, you should sign on. You can manage this through the Note or Panel page. The 'Save' button will send the current statuses to the cloud, and you can access them anytime and anywhere online. If you don't have an account with examword.com yet, please register one. An examword.com account is suitable for all web apps on this site.
When do I use the Save button?
After you change any word status when running Hard SAT Words Study Online app, you will see a new status immediately. However, these changes aren't saved in the cloud automatically. To sync the new word status, you have to save them. Save only impacts words on the current page.
When do I use the Refresh button?
The refresh button will retrieve statuses that are kept in the cloud for the Hard SAT Words Study Online app. If you doubt the current page isn't consistent with the values you saved before, or you want to restore the previous statuses on a new device, the 'Refresh' button can help you. Refresh only impacts words on the current page.
Why are the statuses not as same as my previous practice?
If you doubt any error of your SAT data on the local device, please use the 'Refresh' button to update statuses on demands.
Do I have to be a VIP to access all groups of the Hard SAT Words Study Online?
No. Except for group 1 and group 2, to run full features of other groups, you need a VIP account; however, even if you aren't VIP, you still can access all groups, just a few features (like print SAT PDF and Cards) are limited.
Can I load word statuses from the previous version?
Yes. You can load the previous statuses to this version. Your current SAT data will be overwritten with previous ones.
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