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The SAT Practice Test - Sentence Completion III has been designed to test the important aspects of sentence completion. The test determines the test taker's strength in vocabulary and problem solving while filling up the missing words in a given sentence.
1. Right from the start, it was apparent that Jack regarded the forthcoming _________ as a\an _________ of his father's life and dedication.
a.analogy . . perpetration
b.ordination . . perpetuation
c.tryst . . precipitation
d.catastrophe . . emulation
e.predicament . . corollary
2. Ridden with a guilty conscience, a ________ part of his hoped that perhaps his father would have taken an early night.
3. Julia was as much in awe of her husband as were her children but she hid it under a veneer of __________, slightly _________ calm.
a.effervescence . . ominous
b.malice . . timorous
c.hatred . . tentative
d.impenetrable . . dour
e.indifference . . abashed
4. With a _________ rustling, the students shuffled the sheets of paper to one side so that elbows could be __________ placed on the desk.
a.strident . . subtly
b.deafening . . ostensibly
c.histrionic . . dramatically
d.muted . . surreptitiously
e.mutant . . superciliously
5. She used her beauty for getting what she wanted without _________, but she herself was never __________ by it.
a.qualms . . fazed
b.injunctions . . deterred
c.compunction . . enamored
d.hesitation . . dissuaded
e.scruples . . unshackled
6. The thing that the diplomat liked best about Washington was the __________ of lovely women.
b.distinct elusiveness
c.veritable cornucopia
d.abundant superfluity
e.inevitable effacing
7. She felt as if an enormous weight _______ her being, maybe a leaving behind of childhood, a _______ of what it was to be a woman.
a.forsook . . precipitation
b.beleaguered . . denunciation
c.settled upon . . presage
d.inundated . . vouching
e.entranced . . premonition
8. She grew very quiet, but in a manner quite different from a ________ isolation, hers was the _______ freezing of an animal caught in the serpent's basilisk stare.
a.rigorous . . canny
b.dreamy . . abject
c.dreaded . . voluntary
d.tranquil . . petrified
e.idyllic . . traumatic
9. Only the infinite patience of a  subtle, _______ man kept his _______ against her possessiveness hidden from her.
a.devious . . rebellion
b.facetious . . proclivity
c.capricious . . predilection
d.whimsical . . pestilence
e.insinuating . . nerve
10. A famous writer once said that art is the recreation of reality according to an artist's __________ value judgments.
11. Tim was adamant about not having a _______or ________introduction to his book.
a.euphemistic . . servile
b.subjective . . historical
c.didactic . . laudatory
d.retrospective  . . edifying
e.sycophantic . . assertive
12. Man's _______for his own highest potentiality is diametrically opposed to _______ of mankind as a collective.
a.diffidence . . perambulations
b.premises . . phenomenon
c.confidence . . acceptance
d.propinquity . . pestilence
e.deference . . veneration
13. Little did he realize that his being inconspicuous would prove to be _________ .
14. The professor was, by nature, ________ but eager and even _________ while discussing his favorite artists.
a.laconic . . verbose
b.disarming . . extroverted
c.terse . . succinct
d.tacit . . volatile
e.voluble . . self-assertive
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By: hamza on Sep 12, 2009
  well its pretty high level vocabulary for a non english person. but thats a great way to improve ur vocabulary skillz

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