Could You Pass The SAT Test Today?

Have you retained all your vocabulary, or has it slowly disappeared? See if you can pick the right definition for these 12 English vocabulary words.
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Question 1/12

skill-guru.com
AUTODIDACT
a self taught person
a pompous person
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poetsandquants.com
DOTARD
a weak old person
a crazy person
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stanford.edu
PERUSE
to read carefully, scrutinize
to read casually, skim
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minnpost.com
STEVEDORE
a liar
a dockworker
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blackenterprise.com
PENULTIMATE
amazing, fantastic
second-to-last
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hubspot.net
JAUNDICED
bitter, resentful
immature, young
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newrepublic.com
SYBARITIC
extravagant, self-indulgent
mysterious, unknown
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huffpost.com
MUNIFICENT
astounding, incredible
generous, philanthropic
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Question 9/12

sungardk12.com
LUGUBRIOUS
gloomy, melancholy
sticky, viscous
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Question 10/12

muftah.org
GUILELESS
naive, innocent
deceitful, mendacious
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Question 11/12

foxnews.com
RAZE
raise, lift
destroy, demolish
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Question 12/12

wordpress.com
DELETERIOUS
harmful, damaging
lascivious, lustful
Result
You no know lots of words.

C+, Community College

alamy.com
Right!
Nice going! Okay, you got a few wrong, but who uses those words anyway?

B+, Ivy Leaguer

brown.edu
Right!
Wow! You've got an impressive vocabulary, getting all or most of these words right. You're obviously not at a loss for words.

A+, Harvard Bound

blogspot.com
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1
AUTODIDACT
a self taught person
a pompous person
2
DOTARD
a weak old person
a crazy person
3
PERUSE
to read carefully, scrutinize
to read casually, skim
4
STEVEDORE
a liar
a dockworker
5
PENULTIMATE
amazing, fantastic
second-to-last
6
JAUNDICED
bitter, resentful
immature, young
7
SYBARITIC
extravagant, self-indulgent
mysterious, unknown
8
MUNIFICENT
astounding, incredible
generous, philanthropic
9
LUGUBRIOUS
gloomy, melancholy
sticky, viscous
10
GUILELESS
naive, innocent
deceitful, mendacious
11
RAZE
raise, lift
destroy, demolish
12
DELETERIOUS
harmful, damaging
lascivious, lustful