Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book V, Unit 19

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decorum

appropriateness of behavior or conduct

decorous

proper; mannerly

adorn

to decorate; heighten the beauty of

suborn

to convince someone to lie or commit a crime

ornate

heavily decorated; intricate

formulaic

done according to an overused method; trite

formality

something done only for show or ceremony

formulate

to come up with; devise

inordinate

too abundant; excessive

ordain

to formally order; command

preordained

determined in advance

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