SAT- V Flashcards Preview

SAT > SAT- V > Flashcards

Flashcards in SAT- V Deck (43):
1

Vacillate

to waver, show indecision

2

Vacuous

empty, void, lacking intelligence, purposeless

3

Vapid

tasteless, dull

4

Variegated

varied, marked with different colors

5

Vaunted

boasted about, bragged about

6

Veer

to change direction of course

7

Vehemently

marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions

8

Velocity

quickness of motion

9

Venerable

respected because of age

10

Venerate

to respect deeply

11

Veracity

accuracy, truth

12

Verbatim

in the exact words

13

Verbose

wordy

14

Verboten

forbidden, especially by rule or law

15

Verdant

green with vegetation, inexperienced

16

Verisimilitude

quality of appearing true or real

17

Veritable

being without question, often used figuratively

18

Vernacular

everyday language used by ordinary people, specialized language of a profession

19

Vernal

related to spring, fresh

20

Vestige

trace, remnant

21

Vex

to annoy, irritate, puzzle, confuse

22

Vicariously

felt or undergone as if one were taking part in the experiaence or feelings of another

23

Vicissitude

change or variation, ups and downs

24

Vie

to strive for superiority

25

Vilify

to slander, defame

26

Vim

vitality and energy

27

Vindicate

to clear from blame, support a claim

28

Virtuoso

someone with mastery skill, expert musician

29

Virulent

extremely poisonous, malignant, hateful

30

Visceral

instinctive, not intellectual, deep, emotional

31

Viscid

being of a thick, adhesive consistency

32

Viscous

thick and adhesive, like a slow-flowing fluid

33

Vitiate

to make faulty or defective

34

Vitriolic

burning, caustic, sharp, bitter

35

Vituperate

to abuse verbally, berate

36

Vociferous

loud, noisy

37

Volatile

easily aroused or changeable, lively or exoplosive

38

Volition

the power to make a choice or decision

39

Volley

a flight of missiles, round of gunshots

40

Voluble

talkative, speaking easily, glib

41

Voracious

having a huge appetite

42

Vouchsafe

to furnish as a special favor

43

Vulgarian

a vulgar person