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ACT vocabulary

This set contains hard vocabulary that you must be familiar with.

TermDefinition
Pontificating Express one's opinion in a grand way
diverging Go in separate ways
saturating cause something to dissolve in water
proliferating Increase rapidly in number; Multiply
dissipating disappear or cause to disappear
prophetic accurately predicting what will happen in the future
prescience the fact of knowing something in advance; foreknowledge
premeditated think out or plan before hand (action, especially a crime)
predilection your liking for something
dismissive showing negativity or lack of interest
omniscience Infinite-knowledge; GOD
preeminent surpassing all other; greater;major;important
reluctance lack of enthusiasm; unwillingness to do something
insolvent ruined; unable to pay debts
foresight the ability to predict what will happen or be needed in the future
plausible believable; likely;logical
chimerical imaginary;illusory
obsequious dependent; sneaky, smooth-spoken
itinerant
sporadically
gluttonously
meticuosly
munificently
revered
conservation
overlooked
rehabilitation
incarcerated
perseverence
championed
tolerance
independence
criticized
Created by: MandeepKaur