160 likes | 289 Views
Most commonly used Act words . # 31-45. Exemplary. Adjective Worthy of imitation; praiseworthy . Fallacious . Adjective Containing a mistake; not true or accurate Think Fallacy: FALSE. Florid. Adjective Reddish or rosy; excessively ornate or flowery. Foster. Verb
E N D
Most commonly used Act words #31-45
Exemplary • Adjective • Worthy of imitation; praiseworthy
Fallacious • Adjective • Containing a mistake; not true or accurate • Think Fallacy: FALSE
Florid • Adjective • Reddish or rosy; excessively ornate or flowery
Foster • Verb • To promote the growth or development of.
Holistic • Adj. • Emphasizing the whole and the interdependence of parts.
idiosyncrasy • Noun • A Habit, Mannerism, or Characteristic that is peculiar to an individual. • Example: Some people walk really fast all of the time. • They aren’t in a rush but they constantly walk like they have somewhere to be.
Ineffable • Noun • Defying expression; inexpressible. • You can’t find the correct word to describe it.
Intemperate • Adjective • Given to or characterized by excessive indulgence. • Not Moderate
Irreverent • Adjective • Showing lack of due respect; impertinent
Lament • Verb • To feel or express grief or regret; to mourn for.
laudatory • Adj. • Containing or expressing praise
Lucid • Adj. • Clear • Easy to explain • Easily understood.
Magnanimous • Adjective • Generous in forgiving; free of resentment
mock • Verb • To Ridicule • To Imitate or Mimic
Mundane • Adjective • Common or ordinary • AKA: Boring or unexciting