Root Words Set 2
|Root: AG||Do, go, lead, drive.|
|Agitate (v)||1. To move something with an irregular, rapid, violent action. 2. To stir up or excite.|
|Litigate (v)||To carry on a lawsuit by judicial process.|
|Prodigal (adj)||Recklessly or wastefully extravagant; spend thrift.|
|Synagogue (n)||The center of worship and communal life of a Jewish congregation; temple.|
|Advent (n)||A coming or arrival; a coming into use.|
|Provenance (n)||Origin or source.|
|Venturesome (adj)||Inclined to seek out risk or danger; bold, daring, adventurous.|
|Venue (n)|| 1. The place where a trial is held. |
2. The locate of an event.
|Root: CAP/CEP/CIP||Take, seize.|
|Reception (n)|| 1. The act of receiving.|
2. A social gathering where guests are formally welcomed.
|Incipient (adj)||Starting to come into being or to become evident.|
|Perceptible (adj)||Noticeable or able to be felt by the senses.|
|Susceptible (adj)|| 1. Open to some influence; responsive.|
2. Able to be submitted to an action or process.
|Root: FIN||End, boundary.|
|Affinity (n)|| 1. Sympathy; attraction. |
|Definitive (adj)|| 1. Authoritative and final. |
2. Specifying perfectly or precisely.
|Infitiesimal (adj)||Extremely or immeasurably small.|
|Finite (adj)||Having definite limits.|
|Root: JAC/JEC||Throw, hurl.|
|Adjacent (adj)|| 1. Near, neighboring.|
2.Sharing a common boundary or border.
|Conjecture (v)||To guess.|
|Dejected (adj)||Downcast, depressed.|
|Trajectory (n)||The curved path that an object makes in space, or that a thrown object follows as it rises and falls to earth.|
|Root: TRACT||Drag, draw.|
|Detract (v)||To decrease the importance, value, or effectiveness of something.|
|Protracted (adj)||Drawn out, continued, or extended.|
|Retraction (n)||Attacking back or withdrawal; a denial or what one has previously said.|
|Intractable (adj)||Not easily handled, led, taught, or controlled.|
|Root: DUC||To lead.|
|Conductive (adj)||Tending to promote, encourage, or assist; helpful.|
|Deduction (n)|| 1. Subtraction.|
2. The reaching of a conclusion by reasoning.
|Induce (v)|| 1. Persuade; influence.|
2. Bring about.
|Seduction (n)|| 1. Temptation to wrong, especially temptation from the opposite sex. |
2. Attraction or charm.
|Root: SEC/SEQU||To follow.|
|Consequential (adj)|| 1. Resulting.|
|Execute (v)|| 1. To carry out or perform.|
2. To put to death legally or formally.
|Obsequious (adj)||Excessively submissive, obedient, or flattering.|
|Sequential (adj)|| 1. Arranged in order on in a series.|
2. Following in a series.