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SAT 5 Ayjshia Stevens Travon Epps
Chronic: Of long duration; continuing
Intermittent: adj. Stopping and staring at intervals.
Incidental: adj. Occurring or likely to occur as an unpredictab le or minor accomplani ment.
Habitual: adj. Established by long use. Frequent Repetition.
Oscillate: intr.v to swing back and forth with a steady uninterrupted rhythm.
Insistent: Adj. firm in asserting a demand or an opinion.
Spasmodic: Adj. relating to, affected by, or having the characteristic of spasm.
Perpetual: Adj. lasting for eternity.
Persistent: Adj. refusing to give up, or let go.
Sporadic: Adj. occurring irregularly, having no pattern or order in time.
~For the ladies~ ~For the guys~
Resistant: Noun The act or the instance of resisting.
Contingent: Adj. 1.Liable to occur but unlikely or unplanned event. 2.Dependent on condition or occurrences not established; conditional.
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