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ACT Vocab. 2
authoritative
auxiliary
coherence
collaborating
Commanding and self-confident; likely to be respected and obe…
(adj.) giving assistance or support; (n.) a helper, aid
the quality of being logical, orderly, and clearly connected
working together to maximize the attainment of goals for all…
authoritative
Commanding and self-confident; likely to be respected and obe…
auxiliary
(adj.) giving assistance or support; (n.) a helper, aid
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ACT week 2 "A"
Alleviate
Allusion
Ameliorate
Amicable
To relieve, make more bearable
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
To make better; to improve
Friendly, agreeable
Alleviate
To relieve, make more bearable
Allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
10 terms
ACT Vocabulary 2
expedite
temperate
shrewd
convention
speed up the progress of; to make something go faster... -We'll…
having temperatures that are not too hot or too cold; not ext…
clever in practical matters; cunning; mentally sharp or cleve…
a generally agreed-upon practice or attitude... -We went to a w…
expedite
speed up the progress of; to make something go faster... -We'll…
temperate
having temperatures that are not too hot or too cold; not ext…
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ACT List 2
When are the next 3 ACT test dates for…
What is the order of the ACT sections?
How many minutes and questions is the…
How many minutes and questions is the…
April 9, June 11, September 10
English, Math, Reading, Science, Writing
75 questions, 45 minutes
60 questions, 60 minutes
When are the next 3 ACT test dates for…
April 9, June 11, September 10
What is the order of the ACT sections?
English, Math, Reading, Science, Writing
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ACT PREP Word Wall #2
Abbreviate
Adulation
Adversity
Ameliorate
to shorten or abridge
high praise
trouble or misfortuen
get better; to make better
Abbreviate
to shorten or abridge
Adulation
high praise
ACT Intensive Vocab List2
ingenuity
erudition
throes
thrive
cleverness, inventiveness, resourcefulness
deep, extensive learning
a violent struggle; in agony
prosper; flourish
ingenuity
cleverness, inventiveness, resourcefulness
erudition
deep, extensive learning
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ACT 2
labyrinth
malady
nadir
obfuscate
a complicated network of winding passages; a maze
a sickness, illness, disease, disorder
The lowest point
to confuse or make obscure
labyrinth
a complicated network of winding passages; a maze
malady
a sickness, illness, disease, disorder
10 terms
Act 2
adjacent
discourse
enmity
repose
(adj) near, next to, adjoining.
Conversation
(n.) hatred, ill-will
(v.) to rest; lie; place; (n.) relaxation, peace of mind, cal…
adjacent
(adj) near, next to, adjoining.
discourse
Conversation
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ACT Vocab 2
consensus
gratuitous
gratification
proponent
General agreement or concord; collective judgment, opinion or…
Given, received or obtained without charge or obligation; fre…
Something that gives pleasure by satisfying desires; source o…
An advocate for or an adherent to a cause or doctrine; a pers…
consensus
General agreement or concord; collective judgment, opinion or…
gratuitous
Given, received or obtained without charge or obligation; fre…
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ACT 2
Anachronism
Holistic
Laudatory
Commendable
person or thing that is chronologically out of place
relating to the complete system, not individual parts
expressing praise
deserving praise
Anachronism
person or thing that is chronologically out of place
Holistic
relating to the complete system, not individual parts
act 2
reproach
finicky
onslaught
transfusion
TO FIND FAULT WITH; BLAME
too particular; fussy; difficult to please; too concerned wit…
A violent attack
transferring blood from one person to another
reproach
TO FIND FAULT WITH; BLAME
finicky
too particular; fussy; difficult to please; too concerned wit…
Act 2
ameliorate
avid
crone
flailing
make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better.
desirous to the point of greed : urgently eager
a cruel or ugly old woman
a hand threshing implement consisting of a wooden handle at t…
ameliorate
make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better.
avid
desirous to the point of greed : urgently eager
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Macbeth Act 2
Which character provides comic relief…
Why does Lady Macbeth say that she cou…
Who are Malcolm and Donalbain?
Name one of the effects of alcohol as…
the porter
the king reminded her of her father as he slept
Duncan's sons
sleep, urination, lechery/impotence, red nose
Which character provides comic relief…
the porter
Why does Lady Macbeth say that she cou…
the king reminded her of her father as he slept
Act 2
ameliorate
avid
crone
flailing
make something better
having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for someth…
an old woman who is thin and ugly
wave or swing wildly
ameliorate
make something better
avid
having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for someth…
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Blood Type- Act. 2
A
A and B
A positive
AB negative
What antigen is present in type A blood?
What antigen is present in type AB blood?
A
What antigen is present in type A blood?
A and B
What antigen is present in type AB blood?
ACT Vocab. List 2
exhort
lassitude
precipitate
millennium
to urge strongly, advise earnestly
weariness of body or mind, lack of energy
to fall as moisture; to bring about suddenly; to hurl down fr…
a period of one thousand years; a period of great joy
exhort
to urge strongly, advise earnestly
lassitude
weariness of body or mind, lack of energy
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Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
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ACT reading words-B2
barbaric
barrel
basalt
basement
a.野蛮的,粗野的
n 桶
n. 玄武岩
n.地下室
barbaric
a.野蛮的,粗野的
barrel
n 桶
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ACT reading words-F2
fatuous
favor
feeble
feign
愚蠢的;傻的
adj. 有利的;有助的;赢得赞扬的
adj. 微弱的;衰弱的
v.假装,伪装
fatuous
愚蠢的;傻的
favor
adj. 有利的;有助的;赢得赞扬的
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Act. 2- Nerve Cells
A
A
Astrocytes
Axon
The largest and most numerous neuroglia; secrete chemicals ne…
Part of the neuron that carries outgoing signals
A
A
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ACT reading words-A2
abstruse
absurd
abstemious
abundance
adj.难以理解的,深奥的 obscure; profound; difficult to understand.
a.荒谬的,荒诞的,荒唐可笑的;不合理的
adj.有节制的,节俭的
n. 大量;充足
abstruse
adj.难以理解的,深奥的 obscure; profound; difficult to understand.
absurd
a.荒谬的,荒诞的,荒唐可笑的;不合理的
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ACT Vocabulary #2
abridgment
baleful
complacent
detriment
a condensed form as of a book or play
malignant
pleased or satisfied with oneself
something that causes damage, depreciation, or loss
abridgment
a condensed form as of a book or play
baleful
malignant
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ACT #2
allure
cower
duress
expunge
to entice with something desirable; tempt; power of attraction
to cringe in fear; to shrink away
restraint, confinement, intimidating pressure, threatening, c…
to remove; to delete; to erase
allure
to entice with something desirable; tempt; power of attraction
cower
to cringe in fear; to shrink away
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Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary
ominous
foreboding
apocalyptic
anthropomorphism
adjective-suggesting danger
adjective-a feeling that something bad will happen
adjective-describing the complete destruction of the world
abstract noun- the process of giving human characteristics to…
ominous
adjective-suggesting danger
foreboding
adjective-a feeling that something bad will happen
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ACT reading words-D2
deduce
de-emphasize
defection
defective
vt. 推论,推断;演绎出
不再重视
n.缺点;逃跑,叛逃
adj.有错误的; 有缺陷的,有瑕疵的;
deduce
vt. 推论,推断;演绎出
de-emphasize
不再重视
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ACT reading words-C2
capillary
capitulate
capricious
captivate
n.毛细血管
投降,默许
a.变化无常的,任性的
v.迷惑,吸引
capillary
n.毛细血管
capitulate
投降,默许
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ACT Vocabulary 2/22
Solipsistic
Repudiate
Pithy
Obfuscate
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists
(v.) to reject, refuse to accept
(adj.) concisely meaningful; short but full of meaning
(v.) to render incomprehensible
Solipsistic
(adj.) believing that oneself is all that exists
Repudiate
(v.) to reject, refuse to accept
25 terms
ACT Vocabulary Set #2
Abnormal
Advocate
Anachronistic
Assiduous
departing from the normal, i.e. in intelligence and development
to be in favor of something
out-of-date
hard-working
Abnormal
departing from the normal, i.e. in intelligence and development
Advocate
to be in favor of something
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ACT #2
Abstemious
Archaic
Atelier
Axiom
moderate in appetite
ancient; old-fashioned
an artist's or a designer's workshop
a universally recognized principle; a generally accepted or c…
Abstemious
moderate in appetite
Archaic
ancient; old-fashioned
8 terms
Act 2
augmented
visage
affability
ingrafted
made greater in size, extent or quanity
face
friendliness; graciousness
planted firmly; established
augmented
made greater in size, extent or quanity
visage
face
20 terms
Macbeth vocabulary Act 2
ominous
foreboding
apocalyptic
menacing
(adj) - suggesting danger
(adj) - a feeling that something bad will happen
(adj) - describing the complete destruction of the world
(adj) - suggesting danger or harm
ominous
(adj) - suggesting danger
foreboding
(adj) - a feeling that something bad will happen
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Crucible Act 2
partisan
prodigious
defamation
bemuse
one who exhibits loyalty to a group or cause
enormous
act of harming another's reputation
to confuse
partisan
one who exhibits loyalty to a group or cause
prodigious
enormous
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ACT Word List 2
arid
assiduous
asylum
benevolent
extremely dry
hard-working
sanctuary
friendly, helpful
arid
extremely dry
assiduous
hard-working
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ACT Vocab 2
truncate
onerous
acrimonious
squander
to shorten by cutting off a part, cut short
burdensome, oppressive or troublesome, causing hardship
stinging or bitter
to spend or use extravagantly or wastefully
truncate
to shorten by cutting off a part, cut short
onerous
burdensome, oppressive or troublesome, causing hardship
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The Crucible Act 2
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
censure severely or angrily
a state of conflict between two persons
an expression of strong disapproval
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof
reprimand
censure severely or angrily
friction
a state of conflict between two persons
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ACT Vocabulary Unit 2
ubiquitous
latent
pragmatic
naive
(adj.) present everywhere
(adj.) hidden, but capable of being exposed
(adj) practical, sensible, logical
(adj.) innocent, showing lack of worldly knowledge and experi…
ubiquitous
(adj.) present everywhere
latent
(adj.) hidden, but capable of being exposed
The Crucible Vocabulary Act 2
ameliorate
avidly
base
blasphemy
To improve
Enthusiastically
lowly, evil
Speech which offends religious sentiments
ameliorate
To improve
avidly
Enthusiastically
ACT Vocabulary- Set 2
amalgamate
demented
hone
beleaguer
to combine... -unite, merge... -splinter, disunite
mentally ill; insane... -deranged, insane... -sane
to sharpen... -dull
to besiege by encircling... -surround, annoy... -evade
amalgamate
to combine... -unite, merge... -splinter, disunite
demented
mentally ill; insane... -deranged, insane... -sane
ACT Book2 Lesson 9
enhance
magnanimous
contrite
collaborate
to increase the value or beauty of something
noble; generous in forgiving
feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing
to work with another toward a goal
enhance
to increase the value or beauty of something
magnanimous
noble; generous in forgiving
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Christmas Carol Act 2
holly
cap
dim the lights
apprentice
plant used to decorate at Christmas
hat
turn the lights down
a person who is training to do a specific job
holly
plant used to decorate at Christmas
cap
hat
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Blood Type- Act. 2
antigen A
antigen A and B
A positive
AB negative
What antigen is present in type A blood?
What antigen is present in type AB blood?
antigen A
What antigen is present in type A blood?
antigen A and B
What antigen is present in type AB blood?
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ACT/SAT Vocab #2
Bellicose
Disparage
Droll
Edict
Warlike in manner or temperment; Quarrelsome
To belittle or speak ill of; to undervalue
Amusingly odd
An order issued by someone in authority
Bellicose
Warlike in manner or temperment; Quarrelsome
Disparage
To belittle or speak ill of; to undervalue
20 terms
The Crucible Act 2 Vocabulary
reprimand
friction
condemnation
conviction
(v) to censure severely or angrily
(n) a state of conflict between persons
(n) an expression of strong disapproval
(n) an unshakable belief in something w/out need for proof or…
reprimand
(v) to censure severely or angrily
friction
(n) a state of conflict between persons
ACT Book 2 Lesson 7
ambivalent
demagogue
demure
intrepid
opposing attitudes or feelings toward something; unable to de…
a leader who appeals to citizens' emotions; to obtain power
quiet and modest; reserved
without fear; brave
ambivalent
opposing attitudes or feelings toward something; unable to de…
demagogue
a leader who appeals to citizens' emotions; to obtain power
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Macbeth: Act 2 Vocab
augment
clamored
consort
entreat
enlarge; increase
made a lof of noise
associate or partner with
request; implore
augment
enlarge; increase
clamored
made a lof of noise
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Julius Caesar Act 2
disjoin
ascend
instigate
petition
Disconnected
To move upward, to rise from a lower station
(v.) to urge on; to stir up, provoke, start, incite
A formal request.
disjoin
Disconnected
ascend
To move upward, to rise from a lower station
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Act 2
Hear it not, Duncan, for it is a knell…
Had he not resembled my father as he s…
But wherefore could not I pronounce 'A…
Infirm of purpose! Give me the daggers.
Macbeth soliloquy, before killing Duncan
Lady Macbeth, "[I would have killed him]"
Macbeth, no amen
Lady Macbeth, Asking Macbeth to get daggers while calling him…
Hear it not, Duncan, for it is a knell…
Macbeth soliloquy, before killing Duncan
Had he not resembled my father as he s…
Lady Macbeth, "[I would have killed him]"
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ACT 2
How many degrees in a circle?
How many degrees in a half circle?
Ratio
Proportion
360 degrees
180 degrees
An equation stating that two ratios are equal. Cross multiply…
How many degrees in a circle?
360 degrees
How many degrees in a half circle?
180 degrees
ACT Words Set 2
Intrepid
Clairvoyant
Extenuating
Scrutinize
Fearless, adventurous
Insightful, to foresee the future
Lessening of a serious crime, excuses
To observe carefully
Intrepid
Fearless, adventurous
Clairvoyant
Insightful, to foresee the future
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Julius Caesar Act 2
Augment
Insurrection
Affable
Visage
To enlarge; to increase in amount or intensity, to make greater
Rebellion or revolt against a government or similarly establi…
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
A face or facial expression, appearance
Augment
To enlarge; to increase in amount or intensity, to make greater
Insurrection
Rebellion or revolt against a government or similarly establi…
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