All SSAT Upper Level Verbal Resources
Example Question #32 : Using Prefixes, Suffixes, And Roots To Identify Synonyms
Synonyms: choose the answer closest in meaning to the word in question.
"Lifeless" means dead or deceased. "Abundant" means a lot or plentiful. "Intimidating" means causing fear or terror in a person. "Insane" means crazy or mentally ill. "Adept" means very skilled in something.
Example Question #33 : Using Prefixes, Suffixes, And Roots To Identify Synonyms
Select the word or phrase whose meaning is closest to the word in capital letters.
“Slavish” means slave-like, as in slave-ish, and unoriginal or mindless. This is most similar in meaning to servile which means servant-like, obedient. For clarification, haughty means arrogant; mollify means calm; juxtapose mean compare and contrast.
Example Question #34 : Using Prefixes, Suffixes, And Roots To Identify Synonyms
Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.
The words "abode" and "residence" are synonymous nouns referring to domiciles. The other words do not have meanings that are well aligned with that of "abode."