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ACT Vocabulary 5-8

Review of ACT vocabulary words

TermDefinition
peril serious and immediate danger
perpetual occurring repeatedly
ponder think about something carefully
potent having great power; influence or effect
precede come before something in time
principle a fundamental truth that serves as the foundation for a belief
proficient competent or skilled in doing or using something
profound very great or intense
pungent having an intensely strong taste or smell
redundant no longer needed or useful
relevant closely connected or appropriate to the matter at hand
resent feel bitterness at a circumstance, action or person
revive to regain life, consciousness or strength
rudimentary limited to basic principles
skeptical not easily convinced
solemn formal and dignified
static lacking movement or change
superlative of the highest degree or quality
sustainable able to be maintained at a certain rate or level
trivial of little value
Created by: bjsmith