World Literature Units 1-3 game cards

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fract

break

infraction

minor violation of a rule or law

infringe

to intrude on an area belonging to another, to tresspass

incisive

direct and powerful

concise

brief and to the point

epitome

best/most typical example

dichotomy

divided into two opposite parts

anatomy

the structure or parts of a plant or animal

pungent

strong taste or smell

cis

cut, kill

tom

to cut

punct

to sting, pierce

vinc/vict

to conquer

invincible

unable to be conquered

provincial

limited knowledge of the world, narrow minded

duc/duct

to lead

conducive

supportive, encouraging, helping to bring about

deduce

to draw a conclusion from fact, to infer

tract

to drag

protracted

extended in time

retract

to withdraw

peto

to rush, to assail

impetuous

acting passionately and without forethought, rash, impulsive

impetus

that which drives one; momentum

delete

to erase

impartial

fair

integrity

honesty

legitimate

considered proper

lenient

easygoing

menace

a danger

morale

spirit

naive

lacking experience

overt

obvious

undermine

weaken

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