← Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 11 and 12 practice Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All pyrotechnics Everyone oohed and aahed at the display of (fireworks). incense Unfairness may (infuriate) the people who are victims. flagrant Showing (outright) disobedience, the student refused to take his seat. cauterize The medic knew how to (sear) the wound to prevent the infection. scintilla "You will find not on (iota) of evidence against me," said the suspect. effervescent My sister attracts friends with her enthusistic manner and (bubbly) personality. incendiary Her (inflammatory) comments caused a stir in the audience. flamboyant The performes wore (showy) costumes and tall hats with pink plumes. caustic The boy's (sarcastic) comment was more hurtful than witty. scintillate The singer's magnificent voice is sure to (glitter) as brilliantly as her necklace. pyre The shipwrecked sailors tended the (bonfire), hoping it would be seen from afar. inflammatory The authorities viewed him as a troublemaker who made (incendiary) remarks. conflagration An undoused campfire led to a (fire) that spread through acres of forest. pyromania The pyschological problem of (fire-setting) is similar to other compulsions. fervid Some of the most (zealous) supporters of the candidate volunteered more than 15 hours a ay. undulations We relaxed in the boat, enjoying the restful (undulations/inundations) of the water. marinade According to the recipe, the fish should soak in the (marinade/effluence) for an hour. cormorants They had more money than they could possibly need, but were (cormorants/naves) in their bussiness dealings. nauseated The garbage truck overturned , and for days the smell (dehydrated/nauseated) everyone in the neighborhood. pontiff The (pontification/pontiff) is the leader of Roman Catholics worldwide. redound The cynical saying, "No good deed goes unpunished" describes generous efforts that (redound/inundate) in negative ways. redundancy Because all gifts are free, advertisements that offer "free gifts" contain a (redundancy/pontification). hydrology The ways in which water collects underground is part of a region's (effluence/hydrology). confluence Because water trade has always been important to human settlement, cities are likely to be found at the (confluence/flux) of two or more rivers. dehydration Drink plenty of water on hot days to avoid (hydrology/dehydration). effluent After a week of steady rain, the (marinade/effluent) from the river had poured into the streets. inundated After finishing her CPR course, the girl put an ad in the newspaper offering her babysitting service, and was soon (undulated/inundated) with calls. flux A successful inventor has an endless (inundate/ flux) of ideas. pontificate Speakers who (marinate/pontificate) tend to annoy or bore their listeners. nave The largest area in a church is the (pontiff/nave).