SAT Vocab Crossword 6

Take a break from your reading and flashcards to review words that you are bound to see on the SAT.

In this crossword, the clues are the parts of speech and definitions for the words. You will find a word list at the bottom to help. If you want to know the answer to a row or column, leave a comment with the number and the word you think works, and I’ll let you know if you are right.

These words are from our SAT Flashcard Deck which you can download on your Android or iPhone. We also have a web version.



7. adjective: making a show of being pious; holier-than
8. noun: a hater of mankind
9. adjective: dull and lacking excitement
10. adjective: openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
12. adjective: marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable
13. adjective: making less guilty or more foran
14. verb: be a hindrance or obstacle to
17. adjective: (sometimes followed by “to”) causing harm or injury
18. verb: gnaw into; make resentful or angry
21. adjective: without fault or error
23. adjective: two things are fundamentally different
24. verb: expose as false ideas and claims, especially while ridiculing
25. verb: collect information bit by bit



1. adjective: revealing
2. verb: hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of
3. noun: the highest point; culmination
4. verb: expel from a community, residence, or location; drive away
5. adjective: seemingly contradictory but nonetheless possibly true
6. adjective: unreasonable; unscrupulous; excessive
11. adjective: showing understanding and ready comprehension of other peoples’ states and emotions
15. adjective: fraught with danger
16. adjective: warlike; inclined to quarrel
19. adjective: completely stocked or furnished with something
20. noun: belief in something
22. adjective: friendly


Word List


The crossword puzzle was created with the help of Discovery Education’s Puzzlemaker Tool.

Thanks! 🙂



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