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100 SAT Words Beginning with "A"

April 2, 2012
What better way to prepare for the sentence completion and passage-based questions on the SAT than to commit yourself to completing our alphabetically organized SAT lists?

Find lists of SAT words organized by every letter of the alphabet here: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K & L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, and W, X, Y & Z.

abase
She is not abased or dejected, but exalted, rather.
Sinclair, May
aberration
While Tampa Bay has taken a huge nosedive a year after going 10-6, maybe that 2010 success was an aberration.
Seattle Times (Dec 26, 2011)
abhor
There are sane readers who abhor gratuitous violence but love Reacher’s menacing wisecracks.
New York Times (Sep 20, 2011)
abject
Mr. Jobling stood wringing his hands helplessly, his flaccid features expressive of abject despair.
Douglas, Hudson
abrasive
“He has always been focused, driven, demanding and, as a result, very difficult and abrasive,” Mr. Norman said.
New York Times (Oct 7, 2011)
abstain
Griffin felt that he had better abstain from questioning, and let his host run on.
Marsh, Richard
abstract
Presenting an abstract concept, waving our arms trying to describe it, we will lose our audience right away.
Inc (Feb 20, 2012)
abundant
Fringing and barrier reefs are abundant throughout the archipelago, surrounding nearly every island.
Gabel, Norman E.
accentuate
It was a carefully studied costume; and he accentuated its eccentricity by adopting theatrical attitudes and an air of satisfied negligence.
Leblanc, Maurice
acclimate
The Jets will leave Friday for Denver, the better to acclimate to the altitude and change in time zone.
New York Times (Oct 14, 2010)
accomplice
Tiller, the thief, and a supposed accomplice, are under arrest.
Various
accord
Friday's accord removes one of two main sticking points that have been holding up a strategic partnership agreement between the two countries.
Wall Street Journal (Mar 9, 2012)
acerbic
They were complaining, sometimes yelling, and maybe a bit acerbic.
New York Times (Mar 29, 2012)
acme
Paris wholly has got to the acme of its frenzy; whirled, all ways, by panic madness.
Various
acquiesce
I favored building a fire and staying there till morning, but Frank preferred pushing on to camp, so I acquiesced.
Shields, George O.
acquit
He said that in the absence of other evidence, “the accused is acquitted and discharged.”
New York Times (Jan 9, 2012)
acrimonious
At times, the two groups squabble like schoolchildren, and the exchange gets acrimonious.
BBC (Feb 9, 2010)
acute
Labor shortages are already so acute in many Chinese industrial zones that factories struggle to find enough people to operate their assembly lines.
New York Times (Mar 31, 2012)
adamant
But high profile or no, Mr. Kors is adamant about keeping his personal life under wraps — even as his wedding day approaches.
New York Times (Aug 5, 2011)
adept
He proved an adept playmaker, however, making several nice passes and finishing with 7 assists.
New York Times (Jan 7, 2012)
adhere
Adhering to strict safety standards has kept me alive in some very dangerous situations.
Time (Mar 18, 2012)
admonish
"Children, children, stop quarrelling, right here in public!" admonished Mrs. Dering, in a low, shocked tone.
Perry, Nora
adorn
Old master reproductions adorn chianti-colored walls; tapestries hang in the restrooms.
Seattle Times (Feb 9, 2012)
adroit
Neither is he adroit in the exercise of his duty; instead performs it bunglingly; his thoughts preoccupied, and eyes wandering about.
Reid, Mayne
adulation
Taylor, a demagogue of the Democratic party, was hypocritically appealing to his "horny handed neighbors" in language of feigned adulation.
Levy, T. Aaron
adversity
Forty years in the wilderness, meeting adversities together, fighting enemies, marching as one host, made them a nation.
Hurlbut, Jesse Lyman
advocacy
That sentiment faded after the 1930s, he said, as consumer advocacy focused more on protecting shoppers.
New York Times (Nov 11, 2011)
aesthetic
In old-fashioned, aesthetic terms, his glossy, color pictures of modern housing projects in Turkish cities under moody, gray skies are beautiful.
New York Times (Oct 14, 2011)
affable
She is restless, irritable, out of sorts, censorious, complaining at home; animated, gracious, affable, complaisant abroad.
Hyde, William De Witt
affinity
Malaysia has a close affinity with many Middle Eastern nations through their shared religion.
Reuters (Feb 12, 2012)
affliction
Firm and exceptional natures are thus moulded out of miseries, misfortunes and afflictions.
Leonard, Arthur Glyn
affluent
Affluent families can afford guns, which are more efficient for bagging some elusive animals than a poorer household’s typical snare trap.
New York Times (Dec 27, 2011)
aggrandize
Louis XIV. was growing increasingly ambitious of enlarging his domains and aggrandizing his power.
Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot)
agile
Are not many beasts physically stronger, more nimble and agile than man?
Nordau, Max Simon
agrarian
We’re not an agrarian society any longer, where more hands help farm the land.
New York Times (Jun 20, 2011)
alacrity
The men obeyed with alacrity, as all were glad to go, lying in camp so long.
Terrill, J. Newton
alienate
Keeping schools closed and blocking certain public services is not a strategy we support and could alienate public opinion and play into the governor’s hand.
New York Times (Feb 18, 2011)
allege
David is alleged to have written several Psalms, but of this there is little evidence beyond pious assertion.
Bradlaugh, Charles
allegiance
Notwithstanding this good fortune, Pontiac daily saw his followers dropping off from their allegiance; for even the boldest had lost heart.
Parkman, Francis
allegory
Achingly beautiful, quiet and graceful, his award-winning novel Waiting is a love story superimposed on a political allegory.
The Guardian (Feb 16, 2011)
alleviate
Lewis said he got a Synvisc shot – an injection commonly used to alleviate arthritic symptoms – in his left knee on Monday.
Washington Post (Mar 7, 2012)
allude
In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, Mr. Obama turned up the heat, alluding to the plan without fleshing out details.
New York Times (Jan 27, 2012)
aloof
Too much focus on official duties can make an incumbent look isolated and aloof.
New York Times (Mar 12, 2012)
altruistic
The gesture was not necessarily altruistic; he was hoping for a donation in return.
New York Times (Jan 24, 2011)
ambiguous
"The election law in New York is written in an ill-defined, ambiguous way," Goldfeder said, adding that he did not believe any laws were broken.
Reuters (Sep 16, 2011)
ambivalent
"If managers are ambivalent, or wavering, then investor uncertainty increases and the stocks become more volatile."
Reuters (Oct 26, 2011)
ameliorate
Possessed of broadly humanitarian sympathies, he became interested in ameliorating the conditions of imprisoned debtors.
Bolton, Herbert Eugene
amiable
He was also remarkable for his amiable and cheerful manners.
Anonymous
amicable
Thus, by kindness, the natives of this region were won to friendship, and amicable relations were established.
Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot)
amnesty
After three years in prison, he was released last October in an amnesty that freed about 200 political detainees.
Seattle Times (Mar 5, 2012)

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Sunday April 22nd 2012, 4:30 AM
Comment by: Pawan B.
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Monday July 2nd 2012, 5:41 PM
Comment by: Triet L.
I wonder if we have to learn some of the words form the SAT lists again if we have already completed some of them. Anyway, how many points do you guys have? I have played at Vocabulary.com for two weeks already and I have 100,000 points so far. I am hoping to get the Verbisaur achievement over the the summer, that would be 300,000 more points to go!
Tuesday July 3rd 2012, 9:05 AM
Comment by: Vocabulary.com (NY)Visual Thesaurus Moderator
Hi Triet,

We have as many points as you can earn! Scroll down your "My Progress" page and you will see all of the achievements you can earn.

The SAT lists are designed so that once you finish the A words, you can move on to the B words, then the C words, etc. If you keep making your way alphabetically through the SAT lists, I am sure you will reach your Verbivore goal in no time!

Kudos!
Tuesday July 3rd 2012, 1:06 PM
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Thank you for making this list, it will help in my SAT very much!
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how do you restart the game from the begining?
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Comment by: Vocabulary.com (NY)Visual Thesaurus Moderator
Hi Virginia,

If you want to play or learn a list of words again, you will have that opportunity AFTER you have mastered the list the first time. Once you see your final score, you will see the "play again" button in the bottom right corner of the box.

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Comment by: c.neisha S.
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Saturday July 7th 2012, 7:08 PM
Comment by: Vocabulary.com (NY)Visual Thesaurus Moderator
Hi c.neisha,

Here is the B list: www.vocabulary.com/lists/148713

When you finish each SAT list, the link to the next letter's list is in the description box at the top of the list (when you click on "Review Mode").

Keep going!
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Monday September 10th 2012, 7:18 AM
Comment by: Vocabulary.com (NY)Visual Thesaurus Moderator
Hi John S,

We would recommend beginning with the Challenge to let Vocabulary.com start doing its work at assessing your level and sending appropriate words your way, and then start mastering these A,B,C SAT lists. Play the Challenge until you challenge 5-10 words, and then master all the SAT lists. You can always return to the Challenge once you have completed the SAT word lists. Let us know how it goes!
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Comment by: virginia F.
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Hi Virginia F.,

Yes! Login and go to "My Account." Then click "Application Settings," and you will see the reset option.
Warning: hitting "reset" wipes away all of your prior points and achievements.

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I would like to go over the words I got wrong before proceeding to too many other words.
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I cannot understand what they say on twenty of the words. She says ambulant, and the word is ambivalent.
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Wednesday May 14th, 12:54 PM
Comment by: Daphne B.
I can't seem to master the last two words on this list - "Acute" is stuck at 50% and "Accord" is stuck at 85%, no matter how many times I answer those questions correctly! Has anyone else had this problem?
Wednesday May 14th, 1:08 PM
Comment by: Daphne B.
Ah, I finally got to 60% on "Accord" - I guess this is just going to take a VERY long time, since I may not see the word for 10-15 rounds...
Wednesday May 14th, 1:09 PM
Comment by: Daphne B.
Whoops, I meant "Acute".
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Comment by: SCH (GA)
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