May 2011 SAT Vocabulary: Insipid Purveyors of Daunting Mischief


Sometimes, seeing what’s on the SAT can prepare us for future tests.  Since vocabulary is so important, we got a couple of word nerds together to go through the May 2011 SAT test and pull out the most notorious words –  a task they performed with celerity.

  • Forbidden
  • Mischief
  • Daunting
  • Abominable
  • Congenial
  • Belied
  • Defiled
  • Embedded
  • Deployed
  • Impunity
  • Celerity
  • Ambivalent
  • Presumptuous
  • Censorious
  • Didactic
  • Plangent
  • Florid
  • Idiosyncratic
  • Archaic
  • Purveyors
  • Vestiges
  • Figments
  • Harbingers
  • Insipid
  • Derivatives
  • Bewildered
  • Contemptuous
  • Critical
  • Neutral
  • Nostalgic
  • Volatile
  • Insular
  • Affluent
  • Apathy
  • Charismatic
  • Notorious
  • Lenient
  • Dictatorial
  • Enervated
  • Marginalized
  • Lauded
  • Irrelevant
  • Allusion
  • Anomaly
  • Misnomer
  • Epigram
  • Platitude
  • Irreconcilable
  • Assimilate
  • Divergent
  • Mitigate
  • Iconoclast
  • Misanthrope
  • Equanimity
  • Capriciousness
  • Banal
  • Mawkishness
  • Serendipity
  • Munificence

You should take advantage of our equanimity and learn these words, because if they’ve used a word once, they’ll eventually use it again!

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