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King James Dictionary

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Greek - act like men
Greek - act unbecomingly, acting unbecomingly
Greek - act in an undisciplined manner
Greek - in the very act
Greek - act of righteousness, righteous acts
Greek - act, acted, acting, acts, practice, practices, practicing
Greek - act immorally
Greek - exact, act, acted, practice, practiced, practices, practicing
Hebrew - rebellious act, rebellious acts
Hebrew - act wickedly, acted wickedly
Hebrew - act so wickedly, act wickedly, acted wickedly, practiced evil
Hebrew - act the madman
Hebrew - act as my accusers
Hebrew - act
Hebrew - act presumptuously, acted arrogantly, acted presumptuously, acts presumptuously
Hebrew - act, acted, acts, committed and practices, practice, practiced, practices, practicing, take action, truly practice
Hebrew - acts, act, actions, activities, activity, practices
Hebrew - abominable act, detestable act
Hebrew - act
Hebrew - act of folly, disgraceful act, disgraceful acts
Hebrew - act
Hebrew - act, acting
Hebrew - act, acted, acted treacherously, acting, acting treacherously, acting unfaithfully, acts
Hebrew - unfaithful act
Hebrew - act, acted
Hebrew - act, activity
Hebrew - act foolishly
Hebrew - act wisely, acts wisely
Hebrew - acts, act
Hebrew - act quickly
Hebrew - act corruptly, acted corruptly, acting corruptly
Hebrew - act promptly

ACT, v.i. Gr., Lat. to urge, drive, lead, bring, do, perform, or in general to move, to exert force.

1. To exert power; as, the stomach acts upon food; the will acts upon the body in producing motion.
2. To be in action or motion; to move

He hangs between in doubt to act or rest.

3. To behave, demean, or conduct, as in morals, private duties, or public offices; as, we know not why a minister has acted in this manner. But in this sense, it is most frequent in popular language; as, how the man acts or has acted.

To act up to, is to equal in action; to fulfil or perform a correspondent action; as he has acted up to his engagement or his advantages.

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Dictionary of Words from the King James Bible. Public Domain. Copy freely.
Material presented was supplied by Brandon Staggs and was derived from the KJV Dictionary found on his website located at
The unabridged 1828 version of this dictionary in the SwordSearcher Bible Software at

Bibliography Information
"Entry for 'Act'". "King James Dictionary".


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