Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book IV, Unit 14

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virile

masculine; manly

virtue

right action; moral goodness

virtuoso

someone extraordinarily skilled in a particular art

demagogue

a leader who appeals to people's emotions to gain power

demographic

having certain characteristics in common, such as age, race, or gender

pandemic

having an effect on a large area or region

cosmopolitan

worldly or sophisticated

politicize

to give a political character to something

apolitical

having no interest in politics; not political

civility

politeness; courteousness

civic

having to do with the business of a town or community

civilize

to make more cultured or refined

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