ACT PREP VOCABULARY WEEK 6

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Affluent

Rich

Feasible

Possible

Discern

Perceive

Sally

Suddenly rush forth

Consternation

Dismay

Percocious

reaching maturity early

Perfunctory

done without care, superficial

Chagrin

feeling of disappointment, humiliation

Perverse

contrary, persisting in error

Deride

to ridicule, scoff at

Disparage

to discredit; to belittle

Laudable

praiseworthy

Fiasco

complete failure

Masticate

to chew up

Eschew

to avoid

Quell

put an end to

Voluble

talkative

Confidant

One to whom you confide your secrets

Obsolescence

the process of wearing out

Dubious

doubtful

I'm from Missouri

A skeptic, one who is not easily convinced

Red-Letter Day

Day of happiness, time for rejoicing

To let sleeping dogs lie

To let well enough alone

Thumb's down

Signal of rejection

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