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ACT prep 2

QuestionAnswer
Depression sadness, gloom, dejection
Discrimination the act of favoring or disfavoring on a basis other than individual merit
Discipline obedience training
earnest serious in intention, purpose, or effort
energetic possessing or exhibiting energy
enhance to increase or improve in value
eradicate to destroy thoroughly
evolve to develop gradually
excess that which passes the ordinary, proper, or required limit, measure, or experience
excruciating causing mental or physical anguish; greatly irritating
illicit not permitted; unlawful
immune exempt, as from disease
impair to cause to become less or worse
improper not appropriate, suitable, or becoming
incentive motivation to take action
inebriated intoxicated; drunk
inseparable incapable of being separated
irreversible not reversible; incapable of being changed
interact act together, toward, or with others
Created by: hpeine