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ACT Vocab. 5
context
controversial
conversely
convey
1. The parts before or after a word or statement that influen…
arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement
(adv) in an opposite way; on the other hand
(v.) to transport; to transmit; to communicate, make known; t…
context
1. The parts before or after a word or statement that influen…
controversial
arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement
10 terms
ACT Vocabulary 5
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... "The chur…
equally skilled with either hand... "His solo playing became tr…
delayed... "I sent a __________ apology, but had no reply."
to give life or motion to... "The student gave an __________ pr…
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building... "The chur…
ambidextrous
equally skilled with either hand... "His solo playing became tr…
10 terms
ACT 5
quell
rant
salient
taciturn
Put an end to; subdue by force
use bombastic language; diatribe; tirade
prominent; of notable significance
Quiet; reserved; withdrawn; reticent to speak
quell
Put an end to; subdue by force
rant
use bombastic language; diatribe; tirade
13 terms
ACT #5
ardent
quiescent
effervescent
quandary
passionate
inactive
bubbly
confused
ardent
passionate
quiescent
inactive
10 terms
Act 5
misadventure
haughty
inauspicious
discern
unlucky accident; mishap
Arrogant
unfavorable, unlucky, suggesting bad luck for the future
(v.) to see clearly, recognize
misadventure
unlucky accident; mishap
haughty
Arrogant
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ACT List 5
acceleration
acceleration due to gravity
accuracy
acid
The rate at which velocity changes
9.8 m/s^2
A description of how close a measurement is to the true value…
A substance that increases the hydrogen ion concentration of…
acceleration
The rate at which velocity changes
acceleration due to gravity
9.8 m/s^2
10 terms
ACT #5
circa
doldrums
embody
generalize
at, in or of approximately; at an estimated historical time p…
1. a period or condition of depression or inactivity; 2. a pa…
to give bodily form to; to personify; to make part of a system
general rather than specific; to form a general conclusion
circa
at, in or of approximately; at an estimated historical time p…
doldrums
1. a period or condition of depression or inactivity; 2. a pa…
25 terms
ACT Vocabulary Set #5
Accompany
Aggregrate
Antagonist
Cajole
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion
formed by the conjunction or collection of particulars into a…
opponent
to coax, persuade through flattery or artifice; to deceive wi…
Accompany
to go with, or be associated with, as a companion
Aggregrate
formed by the conjunction or collection of particulars into a…
ACT 5
Aesthetic
Camaraderie
Congregation
Emulate
Pertaining to beauty
Trust among Friends
Crowd of people
Follow an example
Aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty
Camaraderie
Trust among Friends
15 terms
ACT #5
Anomaly
Compendium
Comprise
Consternation
(n.) an aberration; an irregularity; a deviation
(n.) a summary; an abridgment
(v.) to include or contain; to be made up of
(n.) dismay, confusion
Anomaly
(n.) an aberration; an irregularity; a deviation
Compendium
(n.) a summary; an abridgment
24 terms
ACT PREP VOCABULARY #5
SARDONIC
MALADY
OAFISH
PALMISTRY
BITTERLY SARCASTIC, SCORNFUL OR MOCKING. DERISIVE
ANY BODILY DISORDER OR DISEASE; SICKNESS
VERY STUPID OR CLUMSY. IDIOT; DOLT
THE SUPPOSED ARE OF TELLING A PERSON'S FORTUNE FROM THE LINES…
SARDONIC
BITTERLY SARCASTIC, SCORNFUL OR MOCKING. DERISIVE
MALADY
ANY BODILY DISORDER OR DISEASE; SICKNESS
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ACT Vocab #5
aloof
burgeon
contradict
depict
not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
to begin to grow or increase rapidly; flourish
to be in conflict with; to go against
to show or represent
aloof
not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
burgeon
to begin to grow or increase rapidly; flourish
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ACT Vocab 5
Omit
Orient
Paradox
Pensive
leave out or exclude (someone or something), either intention…
align or position (something) relative to the points of a com…
a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently…
engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious thought.
Omit
leave out or exclude (someone or something), either intention…
Orient
align or position (something) relative to the points of a com…
7 terms
ACT Vocab #5
Allude
Exemplary
Misconstrue
Placate
To refer to casually or indirectly
Worthy of imitation; serving as a model
To interpret incorrectly; to mistake the meaning of something
To appease, soothe, or pacify
Allude
To refer to casually or indirectly
Exemplary
Worthy of imitation; serving as a model
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ACT Vocab #5
resilient
restrained
reverence
sagacity
(adj) able to return to an original shape or form; able to re…
(adj) controlled, repressed, restricted
(n) honor or respect felt or shown
(n) ability to make good judgments; wisdom
resilient
(adj) able to return to an original shape or form; able to re…
restrained
(adj) controlled, repressed, restricted
13 terms
ACT 5
Base
Churlish
Conjuration
Perdition
The lowest of bottom part
Difficult to work with
Influence of effect by a supernatural power
Loss of the soul, eternal damnation
Base
The lowest of bottom part
Churlish
Difficult to work with
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Act 5
Presage
Ensign
Consorted
Demeanor
Warn of a future event
Old word for a standard bearer; one who carries a flag
Joined
Behavior
Presage
Warn of a future event
Ensign
Old word for a standard bearer; one who carries a flag
Act 5
Mars
Peril
Anon
Fie
Damage, marks
Danger
Soon
Used to express distaste or disapproval
Mars
Damage, marks
Peril
Danger
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ACT List 5
exemplary
extenuating
florid
fortuitous
outstanding
guilt diminishing
flushed, ornate
lucky
exemplary
outstanding
extenuating
guilt diminishing
15 terms
ACT 5
propensity
puerile
portent
myriad
(n) an inclination, preference
(adj) juvenile, immature
(n) an omen
(adj) consisting of a very great number
propensity
(n) an inclination, preference
puerile
(adj) juvenile, immature
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act 5
perturbation
murky
mar
upbraid
an unhappy and worried mental state
dark or gloomy
render imperfect
express criticism towards
perturbation
an unhappy and worried mental state
murky
dark or gloomy
ACT 5
regal
carnival
contrapuntal
inexplicably
Royal
entertaining place
having two or more independent but harmonically related melod…
Unexplainably; mysteriously
regal
Royal
carnival
entertaining place
Act 5
remnants
penury
disperse
haughty
a small remaining quantity of something
extreme poverty; destitution
distribute or spread over a wide area
arrogantly superior and disdainful
remnants
a small remaining quantity of something
penury
extreme poverty; destitution
ACT 5
Brilliant
sad
disloyal
cool
resplendent
morose
disaffected
awesome
Brilliant
resplendent
sad
morose
act 5
mourning
intrude
remedy
lurk
to grieve
to barge in
make things better
to be sneaky
mourning
to grieve
intrude
to barge in
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WYHS English ACT 5
enhance
evolution
evolve
exemplary
improve, augment
Change over time
to develop gradually
outstanding
enhance
improve, augment
evolution
Change over time
16 terms
Act 5
presage
penury
obsequy
aloof
v: to give an omen or warning of : FORESHADOW... n: something th…
extreme poverty
a funeral or burial rite —usually used in plural
removed or distant either physically or emotionally
presage
v: to give an omen or warning of : FORESHADOW... n: something th…
penury
extreme poverty
7 terms
act 5
wretched
poverty
tomb
womb
In a very unhappy or unfortunate state.
The state of being extremely poor.
A large vault,typically underground, for burying the dead.
The uterus; place of development.
wretched
In a very unhappy or unfortunate state.
poverty
The state of being extremely poor.
Act 5
Remnants
Penury
Disperse
Haughty
a remaining, usually small part, quantity, number, or the like.
extreme poverty; destitution.
to drive or send off in various directions; scatter
disdainfully proud; snobbish; scornfully arrogant; supercilious
Remnants
a remaining, usually small part, quantity, number, or the like.
Penury
extreme poverty; destitution.
14 terms
Act 5
Antic
Bodements
Entrails
Resolute
a childish act or gesture
foreshadowing
internal organs
having or motivated by determination
Antic
a childish act or gesture
Bodements
foreshadowing
11 terms
Act 5
Audacious
Beguile
Discretion
Eloquence
Without fear bold daring
To pass time in a pleasant way
The good judgement and sensitivity needed to avoid embarrassi…
Ability to speak forcefully, expressively, and persuasively
Audacious
Without fear bold daring
Beguile
To pass time in a pleasant way
Act 5
remnants
penury
disperse
haughty
a fragment or scrap
extreme poverty ; destitution
to drive or send off in various directions
disdainfully proud
remnants
a fragment or scrap
penury
extreme poverty ; destitution
15 terms
Act 5
Presage
Apothecary
Penury
Pestilence
Predict
Pharmacist
Deprivation, neediness
Disease
Presage
Predict
Apothecary
Pharmacist
ACT #5
Prudent (adjective)
Renovation (noun)
Prosperity (noun)
Reclusive (adjective)
wise,careful, cautious
state of being renewed
wealth, success
withdrawn, hermit-like
Prudent (adjective)
wise,careful, cautious
Renovation (noun)
state of being renewed
25 terms
ACT (5)
torrid
sophistry
reprehensible
burgeon
(adj)... (1) intensely hot; burning; ... (2) passionate; rapid
(n) A deliberately deceptive or misleading argument
(adj.) deserving blame or punishment
(v) to grow and flourish
torrid
(adj)... (1) intensely hot; burning; ... (2) passionate; rapid
sophistry
(n) A deliberately deceptive or misleading argument
115 terms
ACT Intensive Vocab List5
crocheting
yarn
stitch
minimal
to make a garment with yarn
material used for crocheting
a loop of thread or yarn
smallest in amount, least possible
crocheting
to make a garment with yarn
yarn
material used for crocheting
Act 5
exigent
parley
presage (vb.)
consort (v.)
pressing, demanding
a conference between opposing sides in a dispute
(of an event) to be a sign or warning that (something, typica…
to habitually associate with someone, typically with the disa…
exigent
pressing, demanding
parley
a conference between opposing sides in a dispute
Act 5
Remnants
Penury
Disperse
Haughty
what is left over
extreme poverty
spread about;break up and scatter in directions
arrogant
Remnants
what is left over
Penury
extreme poverty
Act 5
remnants
penury
disperse
haughty
what is left over remainders
extreme poverty
to break up and scatter in all directions
arrogant
remnants
what is left over remainders
penury
extreme poverty
10 terms
ACT 5
abridge
altercation
condone
eminent
to make shorter
an angry argument
to pardon or overlook
famous, outstanding, distinguished
abridge
to make shorter
altercation
an angry argument
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Act 5
Avail
Equivalent
Evince
Prevail
Use, benifit, advantage
Equal in quality
To show or exhibit, demonstrate clearly
To be greater in strength, or influence , become effective
Avail
Use, benifit, advantage
Equivalent
Equal in quality
ACT 5
jaded
gist
advocate
efface
worn out; dulled , as from overindulgence
the main point
to recommend; to speak in favor of
to obliterate; to wipe out
jaded
worn out; dulled , as from overindulgence
gist
the main point
11 terms
ACT5
Impetuous
impute
incompatible
inconsquential
Rash impulsive
to attribute
unable to work together
trivial
Impetuous
Rash impulsive
impute
to attribute
12 terms
ACT # 5
aspiration
repellent
homogenous
esprit
A strong desire, longing or hope; ambition; a goal or objecti…
Tending to drive away or ward off; resistant or impervious; c…
Composed of parts or elements that are all of the same kind;…
Liveliness of expression, mind, spirit or wit; dynamic intell…
aspiration
A strong desire, longing or hope; ambition; a goal or objecti…
repellent
Tending to drive away or ward off; resistant or impervious; c…
ACT Reading Vocabulary 5
compare
longevity
revisionist
actual
(v.) to give an account of the similarities between two (or m…
(n.) length of life or duration
(n.) person who rewrites or reassesses (especially in histori…
(adj.) existing in fact or reality; de facto
compare
(v.) to give an account of the similarities between two (or m…
longevity
(n.) length of life or duration
20 terms
ACT Vocabulary - Set 5 of 5
resilient
restrained
reverence
sagacity
quick to recover
controlled, restricted
profound respect
wisdom
resilient
quick to recover
restrained
controlled, restricted
ACT Vocabulary- Set 5
jaded
gist
advocate
efface
worn out; dulled, as from overindulgence... -exhausted, wearied…
the main point... -idea, essence
to recommend; to speak in favor of... -promote, encourage... -oppos…
to obliterate, wipe out... -erase... -enshrine
jaded
worn out; dulled, as from overindulgence... -exhausted, wearied…
gist
the main point... -idea, essence
act 5
remnants
penury
disperse
haughty
something left over; a remainder
Extreme poverty
scatter, spread far and wide
Arrogant
remnants
something left over; a remainder
penury
Extreme poverty
20 terms
ACT week 5 "c"
Chicanery
Chide
Chimerical
Choleric
deception by means of craft or guile
Scold
imaginary; fantastic
Easily angered
Chicanery
deception by means of craft or guile
Chide
Scold
10 terms
ACT 5
Inversely Proportional (adj.)
Anecdote (noun)
Compose (verb)
Devoid (adj.)
A relationship between 2 connected amounts, factors or quanti…
A short and amusing or interesting story about a real inciden…
1. To write or create 2. constitute, makeup
Entirely lacking or free from
Inversely Proportional (adj.)
A relationship between 2 connected amounts, factors or quanti…
Anecdote (noun)
A short and amusing or interesting story about a real inciden…
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