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ACT Vocabulary List 1 December 1,2014

TermDefinition
Appall (n.) to fill with dismay or horror
Cardiac (adj.) pertaining to the heart
Craving (n.) a vehement desire
Divulge (v.) to tell or make known,as something previously private or secret
Fallacious (adj.) Illogical
Humanize (v.) to make gentle or refined
Intervene (v.) to interfere for some end.
Material (n.) that of which anything is composed or may be constructed
Omission (n.) exclusion
Pledge (n.) the person to whom anything is pledge
Recognizance (n.) an acknowledgement entered into before a court with condition to do some particular act.
Siren (n.) a sea-nym, desired by Homer as swelling between the Island of Cirec and Scylla.
Trebly (adv.) Triply
Created by: iam_mahogany_