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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book V, Unit 9

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solipsism
the theory that the self is the only reality
desolate
deserted and lonely
soliloquy
a literary or dramatic speech spoken by a solitary character
monotonous
unvarying; lacking in variety
monosyllabic
having only one syllable
monotone
sameness of sound, style, manner, or color
divulge
to make public
vulgar
of the common people
polymath
a person with knowledge of many subjects
hoi polloi
the common people; the masses
polyglot
a person with a knowledge of several language