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ACT Prep Vocabulary 3
Astute
Bellicose
Capricious
Elusive
having or showing an ability to notice and understand things…
having or showing a tendency to argue or fight.
changing often and quickly; often changing suddenly in mood o…
hard to find or capture.
Astute
having or showing an ability to notice and understand things…
Bellicose
having or showing a tendency to argue or fight.
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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 Prep Vocabulary
absolute value
consecutive
decimal
difference
the distance from zero on the number line
in increasing order
a way of expressing a fraction in which numbers are divided b…
the result of subtraction
absolute value
the distance from zero on the number line
consecutive
in increasing order
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ACT Prep - Vocabulary Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
Shorten,abridge
act of refraing from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
Shorten,abridge
abstinence
act of refraing from
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ACT Prep Vocabulary
Expunge
Prodigy
Circuitous
Indignant
To erase; to wipe out.
A person with extraordinary talent or ability.
Roundabout; not direct.
Feeling strong displeasure at something considered unjust or…
Expunge
To erase; to wipe out.
Prodigy
A person with extraordinary talent or ability.
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ACT Prep Science Vocabulary
adverse
extrapolation
optimum
proponent
acting against or in an opposite direction
estimation of value for one characteristic that is beyond the…
the best or most favorable degree, condition, or amount
one who supports a cause
adverse
acting against or in an opposite direction
extrapolation
estimation of value for one characteristic that is beyond the…
70 terms
ACT Prep Vocabulary
Abnegate
advocate
alienate
ambidextrous
To give up; To deny to oneself ... abjure, surrender, renounce
to recommend; to speak in favor of... Syn-promote, encourage... Ant…
to turn away feelings or affections... Synonym-estrange, set aga…
equally skilled with either hand
Abnegate
To give up; To deny to oneself ... abjure, surrender, renounce
advocate
to recommend; to speak in favor of... Syn-promote, encourage... Ant…
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ACT Prep Vocabulary 4
Aberration
Belligerant
Cognizant
Deluge
something (such as a problem or a type of behavior) that is u…
angry and aggressive : feeling or showing readiness to fight.
aware of something.
a large amount of rain that suddenly falls in an area.
Aberration
something (such as a problem or a type of behavior) that is u…
Belligerant
angry and aggressive : feeling or showing readiness to fight.
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ACT Prep Vocabulary Words
Acceleration
Acceleration due to Gravity
Accuracy
Acid
The rate that velocity changes per unit time and direction it…
The acceleration of an object that is only acted on by the fo…
The closeness of an experimental measurement to the excepted…
The pH is less than 7.
Acceleration
The rate that velocity changes per unit time and direction it…
Acceleration due to Gravity
The acceleration of an object that is only acted on by the fo…
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ACT Vocabulary Prep
aloof
adhere
ambiguous
anecdote
not friendly; cool and distant
stick completely to a substance or surface; follow the practi…
having a double meaning; unclear; contradictory
an interesting short story about a real person or incident
aloof
not friendly; cool and distant
adhere
stick completely to a substance or surface; follow the practi…
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ACT Prep August Vocabulary
Abbreviate
Benevolent
Censure
Digression
(v) to shorten, abridge
(adj) kindly, charitable... Characterized by or suggestive of do…
Strong disapproval or official reprimand (n); to issue such d…
(Noun) Straying from the main point... A temporary departure fro…
Abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
Benevolent
(adj) kindly, charitable... Characterized by or suggestive of do…
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ACT Vocabulary Prep
approbation (noun)
assuage (verb)
coalition (noun)
decadence (noun)
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose (al…
decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period of de…
approbation (noun)
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
assuage (verb)
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
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ACT PREP VOCABULARY #7
mundane
nonchalant
novice
opulent
ordinary, common
calm, casual
beginner
wealthy
mundane
ordinary, common
nonchalant
calm, casual
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ACT Prep Vocabulary 2011
compound
elite
grueling
inevitable
a fenced or walled-in area containing a group of buildings
the best or most distinguished members of a group
exhausting; requiring extreme effort
impossible to avoid or sure to happen
compound
a fenced or walled-in area containing a group of buildings
elite
the best or most distinguished members of a group
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ACT Prep Math Vocabulary
AVERAGE
AREA
BASE
COEFFICIENT
Average = sum of terms / number of terms
The number of square units needed to cover a flat surface
The bottom side of a geometric figure
A number in front of a variable, A number multiplied by a var…
AVERAGE
Average = sum of terms / number of terms
AREA
The number of square units needed to cover a flat surface
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ACT Prep Math Vocabulary
Average
Area
Base
Coefficient
Average = sum of terms / number of terms
The number of square units needed to cover a flat surface
The bottom side of a geometric figure
A number in front of a variable, A number multiplied by a var…
Average
Average = sum of terms / number of terms
Area
The number of square units needed to cover a flat surface
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ACT #6 Prep Vocabulary
arbitrary
consequently
definitive
eminent
(adj.) unreasonable; based on one's wishes or whims without r…
(adv) as a result, effect, or outcome
(adj.) final, representing the limit of what can be done
(adj.) famous, outstanding
arbitrary
(adj.) unreasonable; based on one's wishes or whims without r…
consequently
(adv) as a result, effect, or outcome
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ACT Prep - Vocabulary Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
Shorten,abridge
act of stopping from doing something
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
Shorten,abridge
abstinence
act of stopping from doing something
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Science Vocabulary (ACT prep)
Absolute Zero
pH
Acid
Base
temperature of -273.16 C, the hypothetical point at which all…
the symbol for the logarithm of the reciprocal of hydrogen io…
a compound usually having a sour taste and capable of neutral…
a compound that reacts with an acid to form a salt, as ammoni…
Absolute Zero
temperature of -273.16 C, the hypothetical point at which all…
pH
the symbol for the logarithm of the reciprocal of hydrogen io…
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ACT Test Prep Vocabulary
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
Adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from certain acitivty
high praise
misfortune
Abbreviate
shorten, abridge
Abstinence
act of refraining from certain acitivty
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Act Prep Vocabulary
Adulation
Amicable
Asylum
Clairvoyant
excessive admiration or praise, flattery
characterized by or showing goodwill; friendly
an institution for the maintenance and care of the mentally ill
claiming to have the power of seeing objects or actions beyon…
Adulation
excessive admiration or praise, flattery
Amicable
characterized by or showing goodwill; friendly
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ACT Prep Nine Weeks Exam - Latin/Greek Root Words
geo
phobia
path
theo
earth
fear
disease or feeling
God
geo
earth
phobia
fear
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ACT Prep Vocabulary
apprehensive
condescending
cumbersome
disposition
uneasy or fearful about something that might happen:
showing or implying a usually patronizing descent from dignit…
burdensome; troublesome
The predominant or prevailing tendency of one's spirits; natu…
apprehensive
uneasy or fearful about something that might happen:
condescending
showing or implying a usually patronizing descent from dignit…
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Vocabulary ACT Prep
Abet
Brazen
Cavort
Defile
(v.) To aid, to help, encourage.
(adj.) Excessively bold, brash.
(v.) To leap about, behave boisterously.
(v.) To make unclear, impure.
Abet
(v.) To aid, to help, encourage.
Brazen
(adj.) Excessively bold, brash.
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act prep vocabulary
Abet
Brazen
Cavort
Defile
(Verb)To aid, help, encourage (the spy succeeded only because…
(Adj.)excessively bold,brash... (Critics condemned the novelist'…
(v.) to leap about, behave boisterously(The adults ate their…
(v.) to make unclean, impure(She defiled the clam of the reli…
Abet
(Verb)To aid, help, encourage (the spy succeeded only because…
Brazen
(Adj.)excessively bold,brash... (Critics condemned the novelist'…
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ACT Prep Vocabulary #8
Acrid
Adamant
Brawny
Brevity
Having a strong and unpleasant taste or smell
Refusing to be persuaded
Muscular or physically strong
Concise and exact use of words in writing or speech
Acrid
Having a strong and unpleasant taste or smell
Adamant
Refusing to be persuaded
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ACT Prep Vocabulary
Conversely
Convey
Correlate
Cosmopolitan
In the opposite order.
To make known; to serve as a means of communication.
To show how one thing relates to another.
Wordly ; educated in the ways of the world.
Conversely
In the opposite order.
Convey
To make known; to serve as a means of communication.
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ACT prep vocabulary
analogous
extrapolation
ethical
mechanism
similar or comparable in some way.
estimation of a value for one characteristic that is beyond t…
following accepted rules of behavior.
the parts or steps that make up a process or activity.
analogous
similar or comparable in some way.
extrapolation
estimation of a value for one characteristic that is beyond t…
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Act Prep Vocabulary
Analogous
Ethical
Pheonomenon
Proponent
Similar or comparable in some way
Following accepted rules of behavior
An observable fact or event
One who supports a cause
Analogous
Similar or comparable in some way
Ethical
Following accepted rules of behavior
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ACT Prep Vocabulary
absolute value
consecutive
decimal
difference
the distance from zero on the number line
in increasing order
a way of expressing a fraction in which numbers are divided b…
the result of subtraction
absolute value
the distance from zero on the number line
consecutive
in increasing order
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Act Prep Vocabulary Words
absolute
Accuracy
Adverse
Analogue
not mixed
the given measurement agrees with the standard value for that…
opposed or opposing
something having analogy to something
absolute
not mixed
Accuracy
the given measurement agrees with the standard value for that…
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ACT Prep Vocabulary
Improper
Inebriated
Ingredient
Innocuous
Not in accordance with excepted rules or standards
Make someone drunk; intoxicate
Any of the foods or substances their combined to make a parti…
Not harmful or offensive
Improper
Not in accordance with excepted rules or standards
Inebriated
Make someone drunk; intoxicate
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ACT Prep Vocabulary
Absolute
Accuracy
Adverse
Analouge
Not qualified or diminished in any way
The quality or state of being correct or precise
Preventing success or development
A person or thing seen as comparable to another
Absolute
Not qualified or diminished in any way
Accuracy
The quality or state of being correct or precise
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ACT PREP VOCABULARY
Abet
Brazen
Cavort
Defile
To aid; help, encourage
Excessively bold, brash
To leap about, behave boisterously
To make unclean, impure
Abet
To aid; help, encourage
Brazen
Excessively bold, brash
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ACT PREP Vocabulary
Rage
Burden
Scurry
Divulge
Violent, explosive anger; a fad or craze.
Weighed down; an oppressive load; something to be endured.
To run quickly
To tell, reveal; to make known.
Rage
Violent, explosive anger; a fad or craze.
Burden
Weighed down; an oppressive load; something to be endured.
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ACT Prep Vocabulary
Acceleration
Igneous Rock
Density
Oscillation
A positive or negative change in direction or speed
Pre-existing rocks are melted and then allowed to cool, volca…
The ratio of an object's mass to its volume
When an object moves back and forth in a particular pattern
Acceleration
A positive or negative change in direction or speed
Igneous Rock
Pre-existing rocks are melted and then allowed to cool, volca…
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Act prep vocabulary
Abet
Brazen
Cavort
Defile
(v.) to aid, help, encourage
(adj.) excessively bold, brash
(v.) to leap about, behave boisterously
(v.) to make unclean, impure
Abet
(v.) to aid, help, encourage
Brazen
(adj.) excessively bold, brash
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ACT Prep Vocabulary Words
Dissension
Eclectic
Electorate
Emancipate
disagreement that causes the people in a group to argue about…
Obtaining something from ideas, style, or taste from abroad a…
all the people in a country or area who are entitled to vote…
set free, esp. from legal, social, or political restrictions
Dissension
disagreement that causes the people in a group to argue about…
Eclectic
Obtaining something from ideas, style, or taste from abroad a…
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ACT Prep Vocabulary
Contradict
Correlate
Cumbersome
Depict
Be in conflict with
Have a mutual relationship or connection
Difficult, slow, clumsy
Show or represent
Contradict
Be in conflict with
Correlate
Have a mutual relationship or connection
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Act prep vocabulary
Acumen
Chicanery
Deleterious
Facetious
The ability to make good jugdements
The use of trickery to achieve a political fonamcial or legal…
Causing harm or damage
Treating issues with innapropriate humor
Acumen
The ability to make good jugdements
Chicanery
The use of trickery to achieve a political fonamcial or legal…
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ACT Prep vocabulary
abbreviate
abject
abstinence
acquiesce
to shorten
sunk to a low condition
to refrain from a pleasurable activity
to agree or express agreement
abbreviate
to shorten
abject
sunk to a low condition
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ACT PREP Vocabulary
morass
multifarious
munifence
myraid
a wet swampy bog; figuratively
having great diversity or variety
generosity in giving
consisting of a very great number
morass
a wet swampy bog; figuratively
multifarious
having great diversity or variety
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ACT Prep vocabulary
Abet
Brazen
Cavort
Defile
To aid help encourage
Excessively bold or brash
To leap about, behave boisterously
To make clean impure
Abet
To aid help encourage
Brazen
Excessively bold or brash
20 terms
Act Prep Vocabulary
Abet
Brazen
Cavort
Defile
To aid, help, encourage
Excessively bold, brash
To leap about, behave boisterously
To make unclean, impure
Abet
To aid, help, encourage
Brazen
Excessively bold, brash
100 terms
ACT Prep - Vocabulary Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
Shorten,abridge
act of refraing from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
Shorten,abridge
abstinence
act of refraing from
39 terms
Act prep vocabulary
adhere
aloof
ambiguous
analyze
stick completely to a surface or substance or believe in and…
not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning
examine in detail, typically for purposes of explanation and…
adhere
stick completely to a surface or substance or believe in and…
aloof
not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
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ACT PREP VOCABULARY
alacrity
arrogate
assiduous
boon
(noun)eagerness,speed
(verb) take without justification
(adj) hard working, diligent
(noun) a gift or blessing
alacrity
(noun)eagerness,speed
arrogate
(verb) take without justification
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Act prep vocabulary 9
Ambivalence (n.)
Amorphous (adj.)
Capitulate (v.)
Caustic (adj.)
The state of having mixed or contridictory feelings about som…
Without a clearly defined shape or form
Cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand
Able to burn or corrode organic tissue by chemical reaction
Ambivalence (n.)
The state of having mixed or contridictory feelings about som…
Amorphous (adj.)
Without a clearly defined shape or form
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Act prep vocabulary 8
Acrid (adj.)
Adamant (adj.)
Brawny (adj.)
Brevity (n.)
Having a strong and unpleasant taste or smell
Refusing to be persuaded
Muscular or physically strong
Concise and exact use of words in writing or speech
Acrid (adj.)
Having a strong and unpleasant taste or smell
Adamant (adj.)
Refusing to be persuaded
20 terms
Act prep vocabulary 5
Anecdote (n.)
Anonymous (adj.)
Antagonist (n.)
Compromise (n.)
A short or amusing story about a real person or incident
Something not identified by name
A person who actively opposes or is hostile towards someone
A settlement that is reached by each side making agreements
Anecdote (n.)
A short or amusing story about a real person or incident
Anonymous (adj.)
Something not identified by name
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