RHR: quer, ques, quir, quis, rog

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Draze, Dianne. Red Hot Root Words: Mastering Vocabulary with Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press Inc, 2005. Print.

rog

ask, seek

acquistion

(n) the act of getting, earning, or acquiring something

arrogant

(adj) conceited, giving oneself undeserved importance

derogate

(v) to lessen especially in authority

derogatory

(adj) belittling; discrediting; humiliating

inquest

(n) a legal investigation, especially involving a jury; a coroner's investigation

inquistion

(n) an examination or investigation; an interrogation

inquisitive

(adj) asking a lot of questions; extremely curious

prerogative

(n) a right or privilege, especially acquired through rank or class

quest

(n) a search to find or obtain something; a crusade

questionable

(adj) of doubtful homesty or morality; disputable

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