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Caesar's English II - Lessons 1-20

STUDY
PLAY
ad
to
alter
other
audible
able to be heard
benevolent
charitable
cent
one hundred
com
together
contra
against
derision
ridicule
fer
carry
intra
within
loco
place
matri
mother
pater
father
placate
to appease
pop
people
procure
to acquire
profuse
abundant
prostrate
lying flat
retort
a quick, witty remark
somber
gloomy
stell
star
sur
over
vid
look
vita
life
vivacious
full of life
ostentatious
showy
inexorable
inevitable
indolent
lazy
doleful
mournful
alacrity
eagerness
amat
love
luna
moon
greg
group
clam
cry out
tang
touch
pensive
thoughtful
importune
to pester
oblique
indirect or slanting
magnanimous
generous
peremptory
imperious
mar
sea
junct
join
luc
light
medi
middle
tempor
time
tacit
unspoken
affable
friendly
sanguine
cheerfully confident
torpid
sluggish
mortify
profoundly humiliate
grat
pleasing
curr
run
trans
across
migr
wander
rupt
break
clude
close
se
apart
plu
more
germ
vital
fus
pour
obsequious
cringing
ignominy
disgrace
acquiescence
passive compliance
impassive
expressionless
impending
about to happen
pugn
fight
numer
number
per
through
tort
twist
voc
voice
verdure
vegetation
orthodox
traditional
tumult
disturbance
malevolence
ill will
felicity
great happiness
culp
blame
urb
city
acr
sharp
anim
mind
sanct
holy
adjacent
adjoining
latent
present but inactive
censure
strong critisism
equivocal
ambiguous
profane
irreverent
incongruous
incompatible
ambiguous
uncertain
irrevocable
unalterable
transient
existing briefly
livid
bruised or pale
punct
point
trib
pay
cap
take
pond
weight
rect
right
epithet
a charactizing term
abject
miserable
eccentric
unconventional
imperious
overbearing
solicitude
concern