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ACT Prep Vocab Test

abound existing in great number
annals historical records
automaton machine that behaves like a person
badger to continually nag
compound to add to
drudgery dull, difficult work
eminent of outstanding reputation
implore beg for assistance
indiscriminate carelessly chosen
interminable unending
matron a mature woman
paradox seemingly self-contradictory situation
perceive to come to have an understanding of
prognosticate to be able to tell what will happen in the future
realm someone's special field
replete completely filled with
steeped to be completely soaked in something
technology related to science of engineering
tinge small amount of
voracious desiring huge amount
to eat humble pie admit to defeat
a pig in a poke a blind item; poor purchase
a flash in the pan a star today; a flop tomorrow
to pour oil on troubled waters to try to make peace
Created by: carlst