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01/23/2013

Today's SAT word is "ponderous" which means very dull.

For example:

Jamie always found the news to be ponderous and loved to read fantasy novels instead.

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01/22/2013

Today's SAT word is "castigate" which means to punish.

For example:

Legislators are hoping to make new laws to castigate those who allow children to access drugs.

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01/17/2013

Today's SAT word of the day is "bequeath" which means to pass down.

For example:

My most treasured possession is a nineteenth century wooden desk, bequeathed to to me by my grandfather.

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01/16/2013

Today's SAT word of the day is "ineffable" which means unspeakable, or unable to be expressed in words.

For example:

I couldn't express the ineffable gratitude I felt for all the support, so I just said "thank you" and I hoped it did the trick.

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01/14/2013

Today's SAT word of the day is "mitigate" which means to lessen in severity.

For example:

Melissa was able to mitigate the conflict between her two friends so they could at least be civil to one another.

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01/11/2013

Today's SAT word of the day is "lugubrious" which means sad and dismal.

For example:

There was a lugubrious air in the community after the tragedy.

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01/10/2013

Today's SAT word of the day is "insuperable" which means impossible to overcome.

For example:

The college admissions process may seem daunting and insuperable, but New York Test Prep will help make it easier for you.

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01/10/2013

Today's SAT word of the day is "pedagogue" which means a strict or boring teacher.

For example:

Fortunately, New York Test Prep's tutors are not pedagogues; they are friendly and make lessons interesting.

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01/08/2013

Today's SAT word of the day is "accolade" which is an award or praise.

For example:

To a political activist, the Nobel Peace Prize is the ultimate accolade.

Or

The author's new book received an accolade in the NY Times book review.

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12/20/2012

Today's SAT word is "intrepid" which means fearless.

For example:

The intrepid soldier did not think twice about entering the bunker to rescue his comrade even though he knew he might get killed.

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12/19/2012

Today's SAT word is "penitent" which means regretful.

For example:

It was not until the criminal felt truly penitent for her actions that her conscience was clear.

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12/14/2012

Today's SAT word is "eschew" which means avoid.

For example:

If you want to lower your cholesterol, you should eschew red meat and fried food.

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12/03/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "prosaic" which means ordinary or commonplace.

For example:

The anthropologist did not study the lives of the powerful or the famous but rather the everyday people who lived prosaic lives.

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11/30/2012

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11/27/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "truncated" which means shortened.

The Oscar winner did not get to say his most important thank-yous because the producers truncated his speech at the end.

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11/15/2012

Today’s SAT word of the day is “derivative” which means unoriginal.

For example:

Although critics seemed to love new mystery novel, I found it to be very derivative. It was no different from any other detective story.

11/14/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "resigned." You've probably heard this word used as a verb when someone steps down or retires from their position, but often on the Critical Reading section it is used as an adjective meaning accepting or submissive, usually to something unpleasant or undesirable.

For example:

When Katie finally resigned to the fact that she was never going to win the lottery, she decided to earn her fortune the old-fashioned way: through hard work and prudent budgeting.

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11/09/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "obstreperous" which means noisy and rowdy.

When Marissa threw a wild party, her neighbors called the police to subdue the obstreperous crowd.

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11/07/2012

Today’s SAT word of the day is “enigma” which means a riddle or a mystery. It is usually used to describe an idea or a person.

For example:

The serial killer was an enigma. Several psychiatrists interviewed him but none were able to understand his mindset.

10/26/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "aberration" which means something different from what is normal.

For example:

Don't stress too much about your failing test grade, it is probably just an aberration since you normally get A's and B's.

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10/25/2012

Today’s SAT word of the day is “perspicacious” which means insightful and wise.

For example:

The novel gave a perspicacious picture of the modern American family. The author managed to capture the issues of an entire generation.

10/24/2012

Today’s SAT word of the day is “clandestine” which means secret.

For example:

The officers kept their meetings clandestine until they were ready to reveal their investigation to the public.

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10/22/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "venerable" which means worthy of respect.

For example:

Once upon a time, politicians were considered venerable because people believed politicians were working for the greater good. Now, most people believe politicians are only interested in gaining power.

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10/19/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "vacillate" which means to be indecisive.

For example:

I have always been indecisive but I hope that I will be able to make a decision and not vacillate if I am ever in a crisis situation.

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10/19/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "dogmatic" which means very strongly opinionated, usually thinking that one's own opinions are facts.

It is frustrating to have a conversation with Craig because he has become so dogmatic lately, he thinks that his own opinions are the only important ones.

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10/17/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "bellicose" which means eager to fight.

For example:

Everyone was shocked when Eva, who is normally very quiet and polite, displayed her bellicose side and threatened to hit Mary.

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10/16/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "expunge" which means to get rid of.

For example:

Afraid of getting caught, Lenny tried to expunge all evidence of his wrongdoing before people began to suspect him.

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10/15/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "evanescent" which means short-lived and quickly fading.

For example:

I've never understood the attraction to gambling. The regret of losing money lasts far longer than the evanescent thrill of winning.

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10/11/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "ascetic" which describes a person who is very morally strict on himself or herself for discipline.

For example:

Tracy was ascetic in training for her marathon; she ran at 5:00 am every morning and ate a diet of only protein and carbohydrates. She never touched dessert or alcohol.

Be careful not to confuse this word with "aesthetic" which means relating to beauty.

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10/10/2012

We hope everyone who took the SAT on Saturday did well!

Today's SAT word of the day is "diaphanous" which means light and transparent or translucent. It is usually used to discuss fabric.

For example:

Although masters were obliged to provide slaves with clothes, many slave garments were so diaphanous and poorly made that they could hardly be considered clothing at all. They certainly would not have helped keep slaves warm.

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10/05/2012

Good Luck to everyone taking the SAT tomorrow! Don't forget your admissions ticket, a no. 2 pencil, a bottle of water and snacks!

10/05/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "charlatan" which means a fraud or an imposter.

For example:

I can't believe what a Charlatan Mary is! She told the college admissions representative she is a top ten student and is involved in student council when we all know she is an average student with no extracurricular activities.

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10/04/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "sanctimonious" which means acting superior, especially to someone else.

For example:

By going on about what a good Christian he is, the politician came off as sanctimonious rather than humble.

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10/03/2012

Today's SAT word of the day is "cantankerous" which means irritable or prone to fighting.

For example:

Joey was in a cantankerous mood today; he snapped at me twice and almost got into a fight when when a customer asked him to calm down.

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