to lie down
to fix; to fasten
frange, fringe, fract
sec, seg, sect
volv, volum, volut
*To turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, convey
*To give way to superior force, yield
*break (a bone)
*a state that is intermediate between extremes
*feeling of pleasure or fulfillment; to do enough
*a harmful or corrupting agency
*a thing fastened in place
*having to do with money
*a part into which something naturally divides
*the gradual change in a species over time
natural to, not transferable
to fill completely
noxious, malignant, poisonous
insect killer; sect-to cut & cid-to kill
"to fasten on a cross"
cruc-cross & fix-to fix/fasten
Labor and management desperately needed an impartial party to _______ their disputes.
*to resolve (arguments or disputes) by working with the conflicting parties
It appears that Henry VIII had (a, an) __________ appetite, since he is often portrayed at a table full of food
*Impossible to satisfy
Some people feel that the _________ President has the advantage in an election because he is well-known to voters.
*currently holding an office
There was no glue on the stamp that Joe tried to _____ to the envelope.
Many people forget that speeding is (a,an) __________ of the law.
Lisa was so ________ in the book that she couldn't put it down long enough to eat.
The curious seventh grade science student could scarcely wait to _______a frog in biology class.