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    CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
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    SAT #7 Definition Match -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: MATCH the SAT vocabulary list with its definition. Use the pull down menu bar to select the letter match for the SAT word puzzle with 18 vocabulary words.
    When you hit "Submit," you will get back the correct SAT definition match #7 answers, the percentage score for the correct answers and a sentence.
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    Word List
     
    1) conspicuous
    2) deviate
    3) surreptitious
    4) alacrity
    5) rectify
    6) palpable
    7) judicious
    8) disparage
    9) pandemonium
    10) erudite
    11) incorrigible
    12) ostensible
    13) acrimonious
    14) extricate
    15) conjecture
    16) indolent
    17) mitigate
    18) exonerate
    Definition List
     
    A)  bitter and ill-natured in language and tone
    B)  speed and willingness in acting or responding; cheerful readiness; eagerness
    C)  the act of forming an opinion from incomplete evidence; guesswork
    D)  attracting attention by being unusual or remarkable
    E)  to differ or move away from a specified course or prescribed mode of behavior
    F)  to speak of as unimportant or inferior; belittle
    G)  possessing deep and extensive learning, esp. learning gotten from books; learned
    H)  to free from a charge; to declare blameless
    I)  to free or release from entanglement or difficulty; to disengage
    J)  incapable of being corrected or reformed
    K)  reluctant to exert oneself; habitually lazy
    L)  having or exhibiting sound judgment; sensible; wise
    M)  to make less severe or intense; to moderate
    N)  representing or appearing in a certain way, but often not actually so; seeming
    O)  easily perceived by any of the senses or by the mind; obvious; noticeable
    P)  Wild uproar or noise; tumult; frantic disorder and confusion
    Q)  To set right; to remedy; to correct by calculation or adjustment
    R)  Done or acting in secret; sneaky; stealthy; furtive; concealed