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Englishi Q 4 week 5

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Perceive
to understand; grasp mentally
Perceptive
having keen insight, or intuitive understanding
Percolate
to cause a liquid to pass through a porous body, to filter
Peregrination
travels, wanderings
Peremptory
irrevocable, decisive, final,dictatorial
Perennial
perpetual, everlasting, enduring,continual
Perfidy
treachery;treason, disloyalty, faithlessness
Perforated
to make a hole by boring, punching, or piercing
Perfunctory
indifferent, apathetic, unenthusiastic, careless
Peripatetic
wandering, traveling continually, roving
Peripheral
not central or of main importance; not essential; external
Periphery
the outermost part within a boundary, the outside edge
Perjury
false testimony under oath
Permeate
to flow or spread through; penetrate
Pernicious
extremely destructive or harmful, deadly; fatal
Perorate
to lecture, give a sermon, to speak formally
Perpendicular
upright or vertical; being at right angles to the plane of the horizon
Perpetrate
to be responsible for or guilty of a misdeed
Perpetuate
to cause to continue or to be remembered
Perplex
to bewilder; to confuse, mystify
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