Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15

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LOQ, LOC

to speak

magniloquent

high-flown and elevated in speech

loquacious

very talkative

circumlocution

roundabout or overlong long way

colloquy

formal conversation or dialogue

obloquy

harsh criticism; abuse

consign

to deliver, especially to a negative fate or outcome

resignation

acceptance of something that cannot be

signatory

a party to a contract, treaty or other legal document

SCRIB

to write, draw

proscribe

to forbid; to outlaw

ascribe

to think of as belonging to or coming from; to assign

circumscribe

to tightly limit or restrict

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