24 terms

Week XXII

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jud
to judge
leg
law, to read
mod
model, moderate, mode
biblio
book
prejudice
a negative opinion formed beforehand or without thought
judiciary
the judicial branch of government
legalistic
a strict, literal adherence to the law
legislate
to make or enact laws
allegiance
the loyalty or devotion to some person, group or cause
privilege
an advantage granted to a person
legible
able to be read or deciphered
legend
a collection of stories about an admirable person
legion
any great number of persons or things; multitude
bibliography
a list of writings used by an author in preparing a particular work
bibliomania
an exaggerated preoccupation with the acquisition and ownership of books
moderate
of medium quantity, extent, or amount
mode
a manner of acting or doing; method; way
modern
about the present and recent time; not ancient or remote
modality
one of the primary forms of sensation, as vision or touch
accommodate
to do a kindness or a favor to; oblige
adequate
barely sufficient or suitable
ambitious
strongly desirous of fame, money, success, etc.; eager
appreciate
to be grateful or thankful for
breathe
to take air into the lungs and expel it; inhale and exhale; respire