GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13

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GACS lclab - English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13

aberrant

adj. Deviating from a pattern or rule

circumvent

v. To avoid by going around; bypass

congress

n. A coming together

covenant

n. A mutual or legal agreement

convene

v. To call together, to assemble

cursory

adj. Hasty and superficial

degrade

v. To lower in dignity or esteem; insult

egress

n. Act of going out; exit

errant

adj. Wandering or straying

erroneous

adj. Wrong or inaccurate

incursion

n. An attack on another's territory; a raid

precursor

n. That which comes before; forerunner

recourse

n. Help for a problem; solution

err

Latin errare, erratum "to wander"

grad/gress

Latin gradi, gressum "to go forth, to proceed"

ven/vent

Latin venire, ventum "to come"

cur/curs

Latin currere, cursum "to run"

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