SAT Verbal Section – Words to Remember

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Here’s a word, Noteworthy. What does it mean though? The definition is: Something worth nothing or paying attention to; significant; meaningful. A sentence can help you also. A sentence is: It was a noteworthy occasion

Noteworthy; adj.
Something worth nothing or paying attention to; significant; meaningful.
It was a noteworthy occasion when the teacher didn’t give her classmates homework.

Profound; adj.
Weighty; insightful; intense; full of meaning or significance.
People who open a Chinese fortune cookie, get really excited but are disappointed when the promise never comes true.

Rarefied; adj.
Belonging to a select or even lofty group; elevated in character; esoteric.
I got pick to be in a club so rarefied that only three other kids made the cut.

Significant; adj.
Of considerable importance or weighty concern.
My little brother being born was a significant memory in my life.

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