SAT Vocabulary Words 5

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Approximately 5000 vocabulary words that should be memorized before taking the SAT. This lesson is broken into 26 parts.

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coddle

coddle (v)
To treat as a baby or an invalid.

codicil

codicil (n)
A supplement adding to, revoking, or explaining in the body of a will.

coerce

coerce (v)
To force.

coercion

coercion (n)
Forcible constraint or restraint, moral or physical.

coercive

coercive (adj)
Serving or tending to force.

cogent

cogent (adj)
Appealing strongly to the reason or conscience.

cognate

cognate (adj)
Akin.

cognizant

cognizant (adj)
Taking notice.

cohere

cohere (v)
To stick together.

cohesion

cohesion (n)
Consistency.

cohesive

cohesive (adj)
Having the property of consistency.

coincide

coincide (v)
To correspond.

coincidence

coincidence (n)
A circumstance so agreeing with another: often implying accident.

coincident

coincident (adj)
Taking place at the same time.

collaborate

collaborate (v)
To labor or cooperate with another or others, especially in literary or scientific pursuits.

collapse

collapse (v)
To cause to shrink, fall in, or fail.

collapsible

collapsible (adj)
That may or can collapse.

colleague

colleague (n)
An associate in professional employment.

collective

collective (adj)
Consisting of a number of persons or objects considered as gathered into a mass, or sum.

collector

collector (n)
One who makes a collection, as of objects of art, books, or the like.

collegian

collegian (n)
A college student.

collide

collide (v)
To meet and strike violently.

collier

collier (n)
One who works in a coal-mine.

collision

collision (n)
Violent contact.

colloquial

colloquial (adj)
Pertaining or peculiar to common speech as distinguished from literary.

colloquialism

colloquialism (n)
Form of speech used only or chiefly in conversation.

colloquy

colloquy (n)
Conversation.

collusion

collusion (n)
A secret agreement for a wrongful purpose.

colossus

colossus (n)
Any strikingly great person or object.

comely

comely (adj)
Handsome.

comestible

comestible (adj)
Fit to be eaten.

comical

comical (adj)
Funny.

commemorate

commemorate (v)
To serve as a remembrance of.

commentary

commentary (n)
A series of illustrative or explanatory notes on any important work.

commingle

commingle (v)
To blend.

commissariat

commissariat (n)
The department of an army charged with the provision of its food and water and daily needs.

commission

commission (v)
To empower.

commitment

commitment (n)
The act or process of entrusting or consigning for safe-keeping.

committal

committal (n)
The act, fact, or result of committing, or the state of being

commodity

commodity (n)
Something that is bought and sold.

commotion

commotion (n)
A disturbance or violent agitation.

commute

commute (v)
To put something, especially something less severe, in place of.

comparable

comparable (adj)
Fit to be compared.

comparative

comparative (adj)
Relative.

comparison

comparison (n)
Examination of two or more objects with reference to their likeness or unlikeness.

compensate

compensate (v)
To remunerate.

competence

competence (n)
Adequate qualification or capacity.

competent

competent (adj)
Qualified.

competitive

competitive (adj)
characterized by rivalry.

competitor

competitor (n)
A rival.

complacence

complacence (n)
Satisfaction with one's acts or surroundings.

complacent

complacent (adj)
Pleased or satisfied with oneself.

complaisance

complaisance (n)
Politeness.

complaisant

complaisant (adj)
Agreeable.

complement

complement (v)
To make complete.

complex

complex (adj)
Complicated.

compliant

compliant (adj)
Yielding.

complicate

complicate (v)
To make complex, difficult, or hard to deal with.

complication

complication (n)
An intermingling or combination of things or parts, especially in a perplexing manner.

complicity

complicity (n)
Participation or partnership, as in wrong-doing or with a wrong-doer.

compliment

compliment (v)
To address or gratify with expressions of delicate praise.

component

component (n)
A constituent element or part.

comport

comport (v)
To conduct or behave (oneself).

composure

composure (n)
Calmness.

comprehensible

comprehensible (adj)
Intelligible.

comprehension

comprehension (n)
Ability to know.

comprehensive

comprehensive (adj)
Large in scope or content.

compress

compress (v)
To press together or into smaller space.

compressible

compressible (adj)
Capable of being pressed into smaller compass.

compression

compression (n)
Constraint, as by force or authority.

comprise

comprise (v)
To consist of.

compulsion

compulsion (n)
Coercion.

compulsory

compulsory (adj)
Forced.

compunction

compunction (n)
Remorseful feeling.

compute

compute (v)
To ascertain by mathematical calculation.

concede

concede (v)
To surrender.

conceit

conceit (n)
Self-flattering opinion.

conceive

conceive (v)
To form an idea, mental image or thought of.

concerto

concerto (n)
A musical composition.

concession

concession (n)
Anything granted or yielded, or admitted in response to a demand, petition, or claim.

conciliate

conciliate (v)
To obtain the friendship of.

conciliatory

conciliatory (adj)
Tending to reconcile.

conclusive

conclusive (adj)
Sufficient to convince or decide.

concord

concord (n)
Harmony.

concordance

concordance (n)
Harmony.

concur

concur (v)
To agree.

concurrence

concurrence (n)
Agreement.

concurrent

concurrent (adj)
Occurring or acting together.

concussion

concussion (n)
A violent shock to some organ by a fall or a sudden blow.

condensation

condensation (n)
The act or process of making dense or denser.

condense

condense (v)
To abridge.

condescend

condescend (v)
To come down voluntarily to equal terms with inferiors.

condolence

condolence (n)
Expression of sympathy with a person in pain, sorrow, or misfortune.

conduce

conduce (v)
To bring about.

conducive

conducive (adj)
Contributing to an end.

conductible

conductible (adj)
Capable of being conducted or transmitted.

conduit

conduit (n)
A means for conducting something, particularly a tube, pipe, or passageway for a fluid.

confectionery

confectionery (n)
The candy collectively that a confectioner makes or sells, as candy.

confederacy

confederacy (n)
A number of states or persons in compact or league with each other, as for mutual aid.

confederate

confederate (n)
One who is united with others in a league, compact, or agreement.

confer

confer (v)
To bestow.

conferee

conferee (n)
A person with whom another confers.

confessor

confessor (n)
A spiritual advisor.

confidant

confidant (n)
One to whom secrets are entrusted.

confide

confide (v)
To reveal in trust or confidence.

confidence

confidence (n)
The state or feeling of trust in or reliance upon another.

confident

confident (adj)
Assured.

confinement

confinement (n)
Restriction within limits or boundaries.

confiscate

confiscate (v)
To appropriate (private property) as forfeited to the public use or treasury.

conflagration

conflagration (n)
A great fire, as of many buildings, a forest, or the like.

confluence

confluence (n)
The place where streams meet.

confluent

confluent (n)
A stream that unites with another.

conformance

conformance (n)
The act or state or conforming.

conformable

conformable (adj)
Harmonious.

conformation

conformation (n)
General structure, form, or outline.

conformity

conformity (n)
Correspondence in form, manner, or use.

confront

confront (v)
To encounter, as difficulties or obstacles.

congeal

congeal (v)
To coagulate.

congenial

congenial (adj)
Having kindred character or tastes.

congest

congest (v)
To collect into a mass.

congregate

congregate (v)
To bring together into a crowd.

coniferous

coniferous (adj)
Cone-bearing trees.

conjecture

conjecture (n)
A guess.

conjoin

conjoin (v)
To unite.

conjugal

conjugal (adj)
Pertaining to marriage, marital rights, or married persons.

conjugate

conjugate (adj)
Joined together in pairs.

conjugation

conjugation (n)
The state or condition of being joined together.

conjunction

conjunction (n)
The state of being joined together, or the things so joined.

connive

connive (v)
To be in collusion.

connoisseur

connoisseur (n)
A critical judge of art, especially one with thorough knowledge and sound judgment of art.

connote

connote (v)
To mean; signify.

connubial

connubial (adj)
Pertaining to marriage or matrimony.

conquer

conquer (v)
To overcome by force.

consanguineous

consanguineous (adj)
Descended from the same parent or ancestor.

conscience

conscience (n)
The faculty in man by which he distinguishes between right and wrong in character and conduct.

conscientious

conscientious (adj)
Governed by moral standard.

conscious

conscious (adj)
Aware that one lives, feels, and thinks.

conscript

conscript (v)
To force into military service.

consecrate

consecrate (v)
To set apart as sacred.

consecutive

consecutive (adj)
Following in uninterrupted succession.

consensus

consensus (n)
A collective unanimous opinion of a number of persons.

conservatism

conservatism (n)
Tendency to adhere to the existing order of things.

conservative

conservative (adj)
Adhering to the existing order of things.

conservatory

conservatory (n)
An institution for instruction and training in music and declamation.

consign

consign (v)
To entrust.

consignee

consignee (n)
A person to whom goods or other property has been entrusted.

consignor

consignor (n)
One who entrusts.

consistency

consistency (n)
A state of permanence.

console

console (v)
To comfort.

consolidate

consolidate (v)
To combine into one body or system.

consonance

consonance (n)
The state or quality of being in accord with.

consonant

consonant (adj)
Being in agreement or harmony with.

consort

consort (n)
A companion or associate.

conspicuous

conspicuous (adj)
Clearly visible.

conspirator

conspirator (n)
One who agrees with others to cooperate in accomplishing some unlawful purpose.

conspire

conspire (v)
To plot.

constable

constable (n)
An officer whose duty is to maintain the peace.

constellation

constellation (n)
An arbitrary assemblage or group of stars.

consternation

consternation (n)
Panic.

constituency

constituency (n)
The inhabitants or voters in a district represented in a legislative body.

constituent

constituent (n)
One who has the right to vote at an election.

constrict

constrict (v)
To bind.

consul

consul (n)
An officer appointed to reside in a foreign city, chiefly to represent his country.

consulate

consulate (n)
The place in which a consul transacts official business.

consummate

consummate (v)
To bring to completion.

consumption

consumption (n)
Gradual destruction, as by burning, eating, etc., or by using up, wearing out, etc.

consumptive

consumptive (adj)
Designed for gradual destruction.

contagion

contagion (n)
The communication of disease from person to person.

contagious

contagious (adj)
Transmitting disease.

contaminate

contaminate (v)
To pollute.

contemplate

contemplate (v)
To consider thoughtfully.

contemporaneous

contemporaneous (adj)
Living, occurring, or existing at the same time.

contemporary

contemporary (adj)
Living or existing at the same time.

contemptible

contemptible (adj)
Worthy of scorn or disdain.

contemptuous

contemptuous (adj)
Disdainful.

contender

contender (n)
One who exerts oneself in opposition or rivalry.

contiguity

contiguity (n)
Proximity.

contiguous

contiguous (adj)
Touching or joining at the edge or boundary.

continence

continence (n)
Self-restraint with respect to desires, appetites, and passion.

contingency

contingency (n)
Possibility of happening.

contingent

contingent (adj)
Not predictable.

continuance

continuance (n)
Permanence.

continuation

continuation (n)
Prolongation.

continuity

continuity (n)
Uninterrupted connection in space, time, operation, or development.

continuous

continuous (adj)
Connected, extended, or prolonged without separation or interruption of sequence.

contort

contort (v)
To twist into a misshapen form.

contraband

contraband (n)
Trade forbidden by law or treaty.

contradiction

contradiction (n)
The assertion of the opposite of that which has been said.

contradictory

contradictory (adj)
Inconsistent with itself.

contraposition

contraposition (n)
A placing opposite.

contravene

contravene (v)
To prevent or obstruct the operation of.

contribution

contribution (n)
The act of giving for a common purpose.

contributor

contributor (n)
One who gives or furnishes, in common with others, for a common purpose.

contrite

contrite (adj)
Broken in spirit because of a sense of sin.

contrivance

contrivance (n)
The act planning, devising, inventing, or adapting something to or for a special purpose.

contrive

contrive (v)
To manage or carry through by some device or scheme.

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