SAT Vocab Quiz | SAT 2022 OCT





A. The _______ people of Australia have a rich cultural heritage that dates back thousands of years.
B. The protection of _______ languages is crucial for preserving cultural diversity.

a) indigenous
b) indigent
c) indignant
d) immerse



A. Heavy traffic _______ our journey to the airport, causing us to miss our flight.
B. The language barrier may _______ effective communication between people from different cultures.

a) impel(led)
b) implode(d)
c) implore(d)
d) impede(d)


A. One of the _______ of his personality was his obsession with collecting antique toys.
B. The architecture of the building displayed _______ rarely seen in modern design.

a) normalities
b) commonalities
c) conformities
d) peculiarities


To include or contain within a larger scope or range.

A. The curriculum _______ various subjects, ensuring a well-rounded education.
B. The book’s storyline _______ multiple generations, spanning several decades.

a) compensates
b) embraces
c) encompasses
d) compresses


A. The celebrity arrived at the event _______ dressed in a vibrant red gown.
B. The error in the report was _______ highlighted in red ink.

a) conspicuously
b) suspiciously
c) prestigiously
d) viciously



A. She tends to _______ her accomplishments to impress others.
B. The medias often _______ the impact of minor incidents, sensationalizing the news.

a) exacerbate
b) exaggerate
c) erudite
d) exonerate



A. The jazz musician showcased his talent by _______ an incredible solo during the performance.
B. In cooking, _______ with available ingredients can lead to surprisingly delicious dishes.

a) scripted
b) rehearsing
c) planning
d) improvising



A. The research findings are _______ to the current scientific debate.
B. The lecturer provided examples that were directly _______ to the topic being discussed.

a) revelry
b) relevant
c) reliant
d) revelatory


A. She has an _______ towards art and spends most of her free time painting.
B. The child showed an early _______ for music, playing the piano at a young age.

a) inclination
b) declination
c) inclinometer
d) aversion


A. The actor received critical _______ for his outstanding performance in the movie.
B. The novel was met with widespread _______ and quickly became a bestseller.

a) reclaim
b) exclaim
c) acclaim
d) claim



A. The guitarist _______ the couple with a beautiful love song at their wedding.
B. As they strolled through the park, a street musician _______ them with a melodious tune.

a) serenaded
b) spectated
c) speculated
d) disregarded


A. She managed to _______ tickets to the sold-out concert through a friend.
B. The company hired a professional negotiator to _______ the best deal with the supplier.

a) procrastinate
b) relinquish
c) repudiate
d) procure



A. The scientist discussed the _______ of the research findings on climate change.
B. The politician’s statement had unintended _______ and sparked a public debate.

a) insignificance
b) disregard
c) complications
d) implications



A. The mirror shattered into _______ pieces after it fell from the wall.
B. Her memories of the accident were _______, making it difficult to recall the details.

a) fragile
b) fragrant
c) fragmented
d) intact



A. The changes in the painting were so _______ that only an art expert could notice them.
B. His slight smile was _______ to others, but she could read the happiness in his eyes.

a) imperceptible
b) impetuous
c) apparent
d) noticeable


A. She was appointed the _______ leader of the organization, but the decision-making power rested with others.
B. He held a _______ position in the company, with no real responsibilities or authority.

a) numerical
b) nominal
c) nominative
d) normal



A. Happiness is an _______ feeling that cannot be measured by material possessions.
B. The artist tried to capture the _______ beauty of nature through her abstract paintings.

a) inadequate
b) palpable
c) paltry
d) intangible



A. The garden was filled with _______ flowers and the soothing sounds of birds.
B. The couple spent an _______ evening stargazing on the beach.

a) repellent
b) enchanting
c) dullsville
d) impetuous



A. The celebrity arrived at the event _______ dressed in a bright red suit.
B. The store displayed its sale items _______ at the entrance to attract customers.

a) conspicuously
b) suspiciously
c) consciously
d) preciously



A. The spy wore a clever _______, blending in perfectly with the crowd at the masquerade ball.
B. The children dressed in costumes as a _______ to go trick-or-treating on Halloween night.

a) discrete
b) discourse
c) disguise
d) discern




1. “Indigenous”
Originating or occurring naturally in a particular place or region; native.

2. “Impede”
To hinder, obstruct, or slow down the progress or movement of something or someone.

3. “Peculiarity”
A distinctive or unusual feature or characteristic that sets someone or something apart.

4. “Encompass”
To include or contain within a larger scope or range.

5. “Conspicuously”
In a way that is easily noticeable or attracts attention.

6. “Exaggerate”
To overstate or magnify something, making it appear larger, more important, or more intense than it actually is.

7. “Improvising”
Creating or performing something on the spot without preparation or planning.

8. “Relevant”
Closely connected or appropriate to the matter at hand; applicable or significant.

9. “Inclination”
A natural tendency or preference towards something; a liking or propensity.


10. “Acclaim”
Enthusiastic approval, recognition, or praise.


11. “Serenade”
To perform music or sing for someone as a gesture of love or admiration.

12. “Procure”
To obtain or acquire through effort, action, or request.

13. “Implications”
The potential consequences, effects, or interpretations of something.

14. “Fragmented”
Broken or divided into smaller pieces or parts; incomplete or disjointed.

15. “Imperceptible”
Impossible or difficult to perceive or detect; extremely subtle or slight.

16. “Nominal”
Existing in name only; very small or insignificant in comparison to the actual value or importance.

17. “Intangible”
Not able to be touched or grasped; abstract or immaterial.

18. “Enchanting”
Delightfully charming or captivating.

19. “Conspicuously”
“conspicuously” is an adverb that means in a noticeable or striking manner, attracting attention or standing out.

20. “Disguise”
“disguise” is a noun or verb that refers to altering one’s appearance, behavior, or identity to conceal or deceive.