Roots Test #2 Review

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PEL, PULS

to push

compulsion

An irresistible urge to repeatedly carry out some act that seems strange and unreasonable

compelling

Forceful, demanding attention

dispel

To drive away; scatter, as to dispel a misconception. Push away an idea

repulsive

Disgusting

impulsive

Acting or done without forethought

pulsate

to throb

repel

to push away

propulsion

Forward motion

expel

To send out or away

propeller

a mechanical device that rotates to push against air or water

RUPT

to break, burst

corrupt

Dishonest

disruptive

causing or tending to cause disruption

rupture

To break apart, to burst

erupt

burst or break out

abruptly

Suddenly

eruption

The act of breaking up, appearing, or becoming visible; the appearance of a tooth through the gums.

abruptness

sudden or unexpected

interruption

something that breaks up what you were doing; an unplanned event that breaks up an activity

interrupt

interfere in someone else's activity

corruption

Dishonest or fraudulent conduct

SEC, SECT SEG

to cut or divide

dissect

To cut apart for the purpose of investigation

intersection

A point where lines intersect.

bisect

To divide into two equal parts

sector

A section or division of an area

intersect

the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target's path)

segment

A division or section

insecticide

substance that kills insects

sectional

part of a whole, a couch that is divided into sections

section

part of a whole

dissection

Act of cutting apart.

SENS, SENT, SENTI

to feel, perceive

consensus

General agreement

consent

permission to do something

dissension

A difference of opinion; disagreement

insensitive

not caring; slow to feel or notice

sensation

a feeling

nonsense

Absurdity

sentimental

A term that describes characters' excessive emotional response to experience; also nauseatingly nostalgic and mawkish.

assent

agreement with a statement or proposal to do something

resent

To feel hostility because of a perceived insult or injury

sensible

Smart and practical

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