Free Online Vocabulary Test
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 SAT Vocabulary Test by Dynamic Sheets  
1. Overview

SAT General Test is for high school students who plan to apply to colleges and universities in the USA. To get better scores, some students enhance their vocabulary skills as a part of the effort to prepare SAT exam because vocabulary level plays a vital role in all SAT sections, either reading or writing.

The SAT Vocabulary Test Online web app makes SAT word question sheets for test-takers to build a more robust vocabulary.

Its primary function is to produce SAT vocabulary question sheets in dynamic and random; it also provides SAT vocabulary test sheets to host questions and your answers online. The test questions are based on a middle-level SAT word list, a high-frequency SAT word collection that has proven to be very helpful for test-takers.

If you think the tested words aren't fit your scenario, you can try Test Your Vocabulary Online. It's a generic online English vocabulary test app with Basic, Middle, and High level SAT words.


2. Test Sheet Demo

It is a test sheet sample to get a quick experience; however, you cannot submit answers here. By Create test sheet you can create a real SAT vocabulary test sheet to answer and submit. Besides, if you want to save your results for future reference, you must own an account and log in. Details are in Questions and Answers.

anarchy
 
 
(1)
n.  E.g. One might say that eastern Congo is already in anarchy, but Congo has faded from the headlines in recent months.
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story; art, technique, or process of telling story
mistaken opinion or idea; delusion; illusory perception
absence of governing body; state of disorder; political disorder and confusion
point or respect in which things differ; difference
government under a single ruler
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brittle
 
 
(2)
a.  E.g. My employer's self-control was as brittle as an egg-shell.
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coming from side; situated at or extending to the side
easily broken; having little elasticity
lively; vigorous; inducing enthusiasm or excitement; stirring
quick or willing to receive ideas, suggestions; capable of receiving
near at hand; close in time; about to occur
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degenerate
 
 
(3)
v.  E.g. Not to appear to disgrace his family, to degenerate from the popular qualities, or lose the influence.
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stop flow of a liquid; make headway against
gaze intently; stare; scrutinize; read or study carefully and attentively
become worse; decline; fall
pay attention to; listen to and consider
provide written evidence; record in detail
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entrepreneur
 
 
(4)
n.  E.g. Opponents of our present tax program argue that it discourages entrepreneur from trying new fields of business activity.
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stealing; fraudulent appropriation of property
one who studies history and science of mankind
law enacted by legislature; decree or edict, as of a ruler
person who organizes and operates a business; contractor
extreme edge or margin; border; enclosing boundary; space enclosed by such a boundary
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ford
 
 
(5)
n.  E.g. Half a mile beyond the ford is a collection of three or four huts, called Rancho Grande.
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table with food set out for people to serve themselves; meal at which people help themselves to food that's been set out
irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
place where a river can be crossed on foot; shallow place
moderation or limitation; controlling force; loss of freedom; control of feelings
faithfulness to obligations, duties, or observances
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induce
 
 
(6)
v.  E.g. He was as a dog that had been terribly scorched, and nothing would again induce him to go near the fire.
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persuade; bring about; reason or establish by induction
reckon; make mathematical calculation
make longer; draw out; lengthen
make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred
make fit for; change to suit a new purpose
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lunar
 
 
(7)
a.  E.g. A successful launch will make India the third Asian nation to place a satellite in lunar orbit.
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practical or workable; capable of maintaining life; capable of continuing effectiveness
shy and reserved; modest
having no particular interest or concern; being neither good nor bad
pertaining to the moon; affecting the moon
wise or keen; shrewd; with sharp intelligence
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metaphor
 
 
(8)
n.  E.g. While maybe the metaphor is a little stretched, Sharon's comparison is mostly brilliant.
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corpse; dead body, especially one intended for dissection
one who puts on a false appearance of virtue; one who pretends to hold beliefs
breaking of contract or duty
token; reminder of past; hint, suggestion, notice, or memorial to awaken memory
implied comparison; one thing conceived as representing another; symbol
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pretentious
 
 
(9)
a.  E.g. In the old world, Munich offers the closest analogy to St. Petersburg, that not only by half-occupied areas, but by pretentious and pseudo-classic architecture.
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clearly apparent to understanding; obvious
deep and resonant; flourishing; thriving
intended to attract notice and impress others; making unjustified claims; overly ambitious
frenzied; excessively agitated
easily understood; clear; intelligible
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residue
 
 
(10)
n.  E.g. The presence of plastic residue is nothing more than an indication of possible doping.
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area of theater or concert hall where audience sits
poison; poisonous secretion of animal, such as snake or spider; spite
remainder of something after removal of parts or a part; balance
conceited person; someone in love with himself or herself; person full of egoism and pride
legal delay of payment; suspension of an ongoing or planned activity
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succulent
 
 
(11)
a.  E.g. Beyond, the blue smoke of the sugar house curled into the bluer skies, and the odor of the kettles reached in succulent deliciousness far and wide.
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full of juicy; full of richness; highly interesting or enjoyable; delectable
relating to, or suggestive of war; connected with the armed forces
sticking together; stubbornly unyielding; holding together firmly
associated with a divine power; made holy; worthy of religious veneration
having no previous example; novel; unparalleled
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vent
 
 
(12)
v.  E.g. The angry teacher will vent his wrath on his class.
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express, especially forcefully; release or discharge through an opening; rise to surface of water to breathe
secure or fasten firmly; be fixed in place; narrate or coordinate
withdraw; take back; draw back or in
void or annul by recalling, withdrawing, or reversing; cancel; retract
reckon; make mathematical calculation
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3. Result and Statistics

Through the app, you can challenge the built-in words list and familiarize yourself with them; every practice will improve your SAT vocabulary level. The app also offers other fantastic merits; for example, you can save each test's result and then analyze or compare it with previous data to evaluate your progress. Such as:

SAT vocabulary test result report
SAT vocabulary test result report
SAT vocabulary test mark distribution
SAT vocabulary test mark distribution
SAT vocabulary test time distribution
SAT vocabulary test mark distribution
SAT vocabulary test mark and time
SAT vocabulary test mark and time
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Questions and Answers